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"garland texas" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

02:53 min | 8 months ago

"garland texas" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"So that's another wha when you hear a culture thing. is, tall even like. The Jim. Jones. One is a Jim Jones or is it? Yeah. But some of these other ones there's just like wild and some of the tactics they use is crazy. So let's you gotta run down. Let me see what? Let's see. Here we go. Here we go. Here we go. My first backed was a bout. Heaven's Gate and five dollars and seventy five cents and taking their money to the next level and castrating motherfuckers. Eddie Hi Matt Factors. Any did his first one was the weight loss. Lady named Gwen. Shirvani. Whatever because I thought wins the Ron Hustler. Second one was then a bow children, of God, and how they were flirting fishing getting members in their with little girls and then Eddie second one was about the tactics particularly love bombing about all the compliments and how we've seen it used with pimps and fuck boys today as it stands in my one was about the Peoples Temple Jim Jones bringing a bunch of people killing a total of nine, hundred, eighteen people and Eddie's last one into you just heard was about Garland Texas. The Chin Chin Cal Colts ten thousand and he said God's going to God's GonNa show up on TV and there was like, no where is he? Maybe meant Pacific Time. Oh what a great episode what a great episode much by Yeah we had a great, and if you the listener had a great time to listen to this podcast as much as we love talking about all these random facts, let us know give us a rating review on Apple podcasts. Every review helps a podcast grow it gets algorithm lets people D- aware and it's good for ratings as well. US on social media instagram twitter all that stuff it can be found in the podcast description We got horrible decisions listen to that every Monday disgusting it's fun. I've been on. It's great time and I got a new communist when you can find on Apple an I tunes spotify. And the link will be in the podcast description. Oh, what a great time? This was a this was a juicy one we did over an hour and. Long. No it's called little. Journey. I'll take a little devil. Okay come in various But what a great episode, a lot of fun and we thank so much over the leading get one, hundred, thousand downloads. Thank you. Thank you so much. We will talk to everybody in a week. They say..

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"garland texas" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

ARRL Audio News

02:11 min | 10 months ago

"garland texas" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

"Its first exam since February with the help of several other clubs with the covid nineteen precautions in place, the June session was held outdoors, according to Larry mcaliskey W two eljay member of the piscataway. Amateur Radio Club quote we had. Had to have two sessions because we had twenty candidates on our waiting list, we have the candidates lineup in their vehicles on one side of the parking lot directly across from them where vehicles of the vs they were given the option of taking the exam inside their vehicles, or if they wanted, they could bring a chair and a clipboard and take the exam in front of their vehicles. Each vehicle was checked for compliance as we collected exam fees and checked photo I. D.'s on quote. The teams from the Tri. County Amateur Radio Club the Raritan Valley Radio Club the South Plainfield Amateur Radio Club the new Providence, Amateur Radio, club and the fair lawn amateur radio club all pitched in to help. On the same Saturday in Florida. Doug Wiles W.. F. Four. Be reports that the Saint Augustine. Amateur Radio Society. V team held its first exam session. In six months, the session took place in an outdoor pavilion and test areas were disinfected prior to the candidates arrivals face masks were distributed and social distancing was practiced during the session. All three candidates passed on June fourteenth in Georgetown. Kentucky V. E. Ron Malachowski w x four GPS with the Scott County Amateur Radio Club said fourteen candidates pass their tests during an indoor session held there. A. R. L. V. E. Team Liaison Janet. Crenshaw WBZ, nine said Ph in Garland Texas, told A. R. L. that a trucker signed up for a recent remote exam session quote he had a Wi fi hotspot in the cab of his truck, so he found a parking space, pulled out his IPAD and iphone and we had our zoomed test right there, unquote..

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Bottle containing man's ashes continues journey across Gulf of Mexico

The Answer Programming

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Bottle containing man's ashes continues journey across Gulf of Mexico

"Roster a bottle containing the ashes of a garland Texas man man along with his some out hand written notes from loved ones have been returned to the Gulf of Mexico resuming its ocean journey after washed up on the Florida panhandle beach the beach gore who found the bottle near Miramar beach handed over to local authorities

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"garland texas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

16:13 min | 2 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Stimulating talk. And welcome back. Linda Moulton Howe with us with the three special reports now on incredible UFO abduction cases. Go ahead. Linda, thanks, George. You know for the over the last forty years, I've interviewed at least sixteen hundred people in the human of duck shin syndrome, and this story that I'm going to get into now has some of the most extraordinary evidence in terms of x rays that I or others have ever seen. And it is like one of those moments where we've all wanted something that could possibly be definitive, and that doctors could look at and say, this is extraordinarily. And this is this story. It's start in devil's den state park in Missouri. That's a park that covers two thousand five hundred acres in Washington county near west fork in north western Arkansas and the ground is largely sandstone. In fact, it's the largest concentration in the United States. It was built in nineteen thirty three by the civilian conservation corps, and it was named after a local cave called devil's den that twentieth century name echoed what the region have become in the nineteenth century all the sandstone. Caves, the bluffs the ravines and crevices or perfect hideouts for outlaws in the eighteen hundreds until the American civil war the began in eighteen sixty one and that's when guerrilla fighters in the confederacy hit out and attack union army, supply, lines and civilians, even the only town ever built a devil's. Dan was destroyed by a flood in eighteen ninety three Lee. Only the cemetery. But by the nineteen seventies devil's den state park was renovated with pavilions cabins trails the dam and spillway on Lee creek that forms lake devil. And that's when to US air force buddies living in Missouri and serving Whiteman air force base decided that June nineteen seventy seven in their early. Twenties would be a perfect time to try camping devil's den park. That's summer. Terry loveless was in his fourth year of a six-year term with the US air force from October twenty fifth nineteen seventy three to October twenty fourth nineteen seventy nine. So that was the term of his service. Carey was happily married and best friends with a colleague he calls Toby who was also happily married, but for this first camping trip the two men decided it would be safer and. Easier to go on their own without their what? Well, what happened in their first hours at their campsite is now the subject of a twenty eighteen book entitled incident at devil's den. A true story by Terry loveless Esquire. He doesn't attorney became an attorney after his air force years. Carey is now sixty three years old, and that juris doctor degree that here in from western university of Michigan law school after us air force days was put him into a legal career in private practice in civil litigation and criminal defense. He entered public service as an assistant attorney general and later as general counsel for LBJ tropical medical center in the US territory of American Samoa. And then later he was an assistant attorney general for the state of Vermont until his retirement in twenty twelve. The following interview begins with what happened after those two men set up their tent, and we're looking at the night sky when Toby was first to see three stars in a triangular pattern that his amateur astronomer is do not recognize here. Now is attorney Terry loveless from garland, Texas, Toby turns over there the street stars. What are they? And then they moved. They won't take it first. Turn it actress, and they won't eat it almost three hundred sixty degrees. We were excited pave. Oh. Stop. And then he started to move straight up in the air the higher than you got further apart in three points of the triangle park, and you could see the inside the three stars of the triangle. It was jet black as opposed to the night sky outside which was dark blue this is solitary object, and we saw. U S stars. And they would link out until it passed. And then Starwood blink back on the net confirms. Yeah, we're looking at one solid objects. And this thing's eventually moves and stops directly over our heads. And it is enormous guessing three thousand year any sound from this huge thing. We didn't hear any anything and the tree frogs and the normal. Sounds of the forest was very very still and Toby said cheap flashlight, and he said I'm going to signal it any held the flashlight up over his head. And he flashed it three times. As soon as he brought his hand down and lay the flashlight down directly from the center and underneath this thing. There came a column of white light. And it was only about six inches in diameter. And it was centered directly in the middle of our campfire, which was just pretty much embers. Anyway. A pencil thin. Blue Ridge publish light came on from underneath dead center of the triangle. And it hits the campsite and this little beam of light. It was like some the switch. It would be harmed for milliseconds and they switch off and then and then put it back on. So we never saw the light. We just saw turn on. And it could be hearing the narrative here in the near and dancing all around the campsite and that stop, and we both just later and Toby I guess shows over and I grabbed my air mattress ski at his and we dragged them into our little tents, and I didn't bother to entrust that anybody would take my boss and I sell on the air mattress. And the last thing I remember was hearing Toby snoring. Softly. And I was just out. My next memory is. Noise. And this is like an engine running much loud as it is powerful. If you've ever stood next to a train locomotive. There's that strong pulsing race in your chest. I could hear this noise on the weight, but I'm not with I'm trying to claw my way back into consciousness, and there's this flood of greenish white and occasionally yellow, but mostly greenish your white life lashing in the work and lighting it off like a three hundred watt bulb in these clashes. I get up, and I realized that I'm in a lot of pain every muscle in my body hers. That's to my knees. And that's what I could see the Toby had been crying tracks secures down. What could move this man to cheers? You were shaking realized I was trembling too. So something was out there. Obi's on his knees. He's peeking out through this pet through the little flap pull the flap back, and I look out, and I see these little kids, and there's about a dozen maybe fifteen and they're paired up Susan threes kinda wondering around metal, and that's obesity does. Kids. It took us cherry. Remember, terry? They took us hurt us. I was absolutely terrified out of my with never in my life and I've done so scared. This thing that we watched that we saw earlier in the evening head descended. It's now thirty feet over the metal. So now, we could see because it was so close how big this thing actually was the city block on each leg of the triangle estimated it's at five stories. It was like someone had levitated a five story office building and spend it at thirty feet over metal coma. White lie about thirty feet. Diane training down from the center of this thing. And we're watching these guys clearly these were not human. These been backward. Venise were hinged both ways. You saw their knees. Swivel from front to back to front to back. Yeah. Yes. This was not the gate human being also the tips of their hands was with their knees. Their arms for longer than they should have done their heads were disproportionately large, but not grotesquely. So we weren't close enough that I could see clearly there is or facial features. But these guys walks in pairs and threes into this column light and stuff, and then they would dissolve in a stand of about two seconds in the slides. They would just disappear I can recall the sensation of leaving the ten and that was a brilliant white flash in a twirling station. And then it was like, boom, we're in there in that big triangular craft when I found myself inside the interior gave the impression that it was twice as large. The interior is did not match the exterior signs, and what were you seeing in that huge interior space? First thing that I noticed the life. They were life hamels all over the place, and it was brilliantly lit on the inside so much. So that it hurt my eyes. My eyes were nearly swollen shut as Toby's after the sensitive. But the inside of the place is just incredibly rightly lift, everything was stainless steel or white light panels on the floor and the walls and on the ceiling emitted light, I saw three flying saucers read this and they were lined up in a neat little world. Just like your craft little carrier deck. Joe was the legs sporting them dome in the center that was kind of smoothly molded into the top of the thing. There were channels that I thought were windows what were their shape? Perfectly square. What happens Hobie, and I were standing next to one another and we will paralyzed. All I could do with my eyes. And I saw this will be could move. I'm straining my eyes to look at these sauces s when I noticed there were a group of people that were all news, and they were frozen like us these are other humans. They are other human beings there nude, and it's a mixture of men women and children. They're close enough that you could see the terror in there. I they were as afraid as we were. But they were segregated from us. We weren't a part of their Bruce. Did you have any instinct to Paul to them? I couldn't I couldn't speak. There were two other things that happened there that will bury. And that was I noticed the guys that were other human beings. They wore distinctive uniforms Chan uniforms around patch insignia on their shoulders, and they were five or six one of them was a woman who appeared to be Hispanic or Latino shedder Erin ponytail. The other men that we saw we're all guys are age twenty two with military haircut. Trim instead completely ignored wouldn't that look in our direction? Wouldn't that look in the direction of the other people Terry am, I understanding that you had the impression that in addition to you? And Toby a group of humans that are all nude paralyzed male female and children that there were five or six what look to you like human beings in these beige jump uniforms with a perhaps range round patch on these uniforms that these humans in uniform seem to be working independent of you. And Toby and this other group of humans in this huge ship. They did not seem to be hybrid. They just state media impression that they were human beings. Why would human beings from earth be working in a capacity that looks on us military like inside of a huge triangle that at devil's den. In Arkansas you and Toby have been picked up by a beam I asked that question every day in huge questions. I can draw the assumption that human beings for working in concert with cvt the little guys, I called them worker bees and the little guys we're gray gray. But there was a taller being about six two tall. Who was not gray was kind of a pink within an ashen color to this had larger than average is black for uniform with a v neck, whatever this thing was was clearly in charge. It carried itself with an air of forty. I never saw communicate with anybody. But my gut told me this. Was the guy that was running the show. How tall was this being in charge? What over six foot tall over six feet? But I can't move my head, but I can move my eyes, and I could see that. There was no Shen, and I live with my eyes as far left as I could. And at that same instant, this guy must have turned to his right? The being raised its hand it raised his hand from down below its waist up about chess type, that's the way that I knew that there were four long fingers because when it turned, and we were blocked is moved its arm across it's upper torso. And that's what I saw four long fingers. And I think it was by accident we locked eyes in that millisecond when we establish contact with our I was in my head felt like it, you me, and my wife is my plan at Newquay secrets is knew everything about me. What I got there from those? Raw intellect. There wasn't an ounce of mercy, or kindness, or empathy or anything. That's good nothing. Good. I got the feeling that it was there collecting information like they were Darwin. Wow. What a great story it is. And I think that there are several insights where we are so far now tonight on coast that tie into some of the other things that I've heard from people who are military or other and one of them is Lynn Buchanan who was one of the remote viewers yet with the Defense Intelligence Agency back in the late nineteen eighties. And that's when they were trying to do remote viewing for the CIA, the NSA DIA on kind of official business, and he told me about three years ago that just in the last..

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"garland texas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

14:36 min | 2 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Back. Linda Moulton Howe with us with the three special reports now on incredible, you Afo abduction cases. Go ahead, Linda. Thanks, george. You know for the over the last forty years, I've interviewed at least sixteen hundred people in the human objection syndrome. And this story that I'm going to get into now has some of the most extraordinary evidence in terms of x rays that I or others have ever seen. And it is like one of those moments where we've all wanted something that could possibly be definitive, and that doctors could look at and say, this is extraordinarily. And this is this story. It's start in devil's den state park in Missouri at the park that covers two thousand five hundred acres in Washington county near west fork and north western Arkansas. And the ground is largely sandstone. In fact, it's the largest concentration in the United States. It was built in nineteen thirty three by the civilian conservation corps, and it was named after a local cave called devil's den that twentieth century name echoed what the region have become in the nineteenth century all the sandstone. Caves, the bluffs the ravines and crevices or perfect hideouts for outlaws in the eighteen hundreds until the American civil war the began in eighteen sixty one and that's when guerrilla fighters in the confederacy hit out and attack union army, supply, lines and civilians, even the only town ever built a devil's den was destroyed by a flood in eighteen ninety three leaving only the cemetery. But by the nineteen seventies devil's den state park was renovated with. Pavilions cabins trails the dam and spillway on Lee creek that forms lake devil. And that's when to US air force buddies living in Missouri and serving Whiteman air force base decided that June nineteen seventy seven in their early. Twenties would be a perfect time to try camping devil's den park that summer Terry loveless was in his fourth year of a six-year term with the US air force from October twenty fifth nineteen seventy three to October twenty fourth nineteen seventy nine. So that was the term of his service. Carey was happily married and best friends with a colleague he calls Toby who was also happily married, but for this first camping trip the two men decided it would be safer and easier to go on their own without their wives. Or what happened in their first hours at their campsite is now. Now, the subject of a twenty eighteen book entitled incident at devil's den. A true story by Terry loveless Esquire. He wasn't attorney became an attorney after his air force years. Carey is now sixty three years old, and that juris doctor degree that here in from western university of Michigan law school after his air force days was put him into a legal career in private practice in civil litigation and criminal defense. He entered public service as an assistant attorney general and later as general counsel for LBJ tropical medical center in the US territory of American Samoa. And then later he was an assistant attorney general for the state of Vermont until his retirement in two thousand twelve the following interview begins with what happened after those two men set up their tent, and we're looking at the night sky. Why when Toby was first to see three stars in a triangular pattern that he's amateur astronomer is did not recognize here. Now is attorney Terry loveless from garland, Texas, Toby turns his head to the left hand over there. Those three stars. What are they? And then they moved. They rotate it. I turn like they wanted access and they won't eat it almost three hundred sixty degrees. We were excited. Hey. Wow. Do you ever seen anything like this? They stop. And then they started to move straight up in the air the higher. They got further apart the three points of the triangle part, and you could see the inside the three stars of this triangle, it was jet black as opposed to the night sky outside which was dark blue this is solitary object. And we saw Newcastle stars and they would leak out until it is moved past. And then star was linked back on the net confirms. Yeah, we're looking at one solid object. And this thing eventually moves and stops directly over our heads. And it is enormous and guessing three thousand the any sound from this huge thing. No, we didn't hear any sound and the tree frogs and the normal sounds of the forest was very very still and Toby said cheap flashlight, and he said I'm going to signal any hold the flashlight up over his head. And he flashed three times as soon as he brought his hand down and lay the flashlight down directly from the center and underneath this thing. There came a column of white light. And it was only about six inches in diameter. And it was centered directly in the middle of our campfire, which was now just pretty much embers. Anyway. A pencil thin. Blue Ridge published light came on from underneath dead center of the triangle, and it hits the campsite and this little beam of light. It was like someone took a switch. It would be on for a millisecond. Then they flip the switch off. And then we moved and then flip it back on. So we never saw the light move. We just saw turn on and it would be hearing the narrative here, and then there and dancing all around the campsite, and in that stop, and we both just later and Toby says, I guess shows over and I grabbed my air mattress at his and we dragged them into our little tents, and I didn't bother to entrust that anybody to take my boots off and I sell on the air mattress. And the last thing I remember was hearing Toby snoring. Softly. And I was just out. My next memory is noise. And this is like an inch. Running. It's so much loud. As it is powerful. If you've ever stood next to a train locomotive. There's that strong pulsing reverberates in your chest. I could hear this noise. I'm awake. But I'm not with it. I'm trying to claw my way back into consciousness, and there's the slut of greenish white and occasionally yellow, but mostly greenish white white flashing in the war. Yeah. And lighting it up like a three hundred watt bulb in these flashes. I get up, and I realized that I'm in a lot of paid every muscle in my body hurt, my knees. And that's when I could see the Toby had been crying 'cause I see tracks secures down my God. What could move this, man? The cheers. You shaking realized I was trembling. So something was out there. These on his knees, he's peeking out through this tenth through the little flap, and I pull back, and I look out, and I see these little kids, and there's about a dozen maybe fifteen and they're paired up groups of twos and threes kinda wondering around the metal, and that's obesity. Those kids it took us, Jerry. You remember Terry? They took us hurt us. I was absolutely terrified out of my wish never in my life. I've done so scared. This thing that we watch that we saw earlier in the evening head descended. It's now thirty feet over the metal. So now, we could see because it was so close all the existing actually was the city block on each leg of the triangle estimated it's tight at five stories. It was like someone had levitated a five story office building and spend at thirty feet over the smell. Coma. White lie about thirty feet. Diane shining down from the center of this thing. And we're watching these little guys clearly these were not human like these been backwards. It was like their niece were hinged both ways. You saw their knees. Swivel from front to back to front to back. Yeah. Kinda yes. This was not the gate of a human being also the tips of their hands was with their knees. Their arms were longer than they should have been their heads were disproportionately large, but not grotesquely. So we weren't close enough that I could see clearly there is or facial features. But these little guys walk in pairs and in trees into this column alight and stuff, and then they would dissolve in about two seconds in the slight. They would just disappear. I can recall the sensation of leaving the tent, and that was a brilliant. I flash in a twirling sensation. And then it was like, oh, we're in there in that big triangular craft when I found myself inside the interior gave the impression that it was twice as large the interior size did not match the exterior size. And what were you seeing in that huge interior space? First thing that I noticed was a life. They were light panels all over the place, and it was brilliantly lit on the inside so much. So that it hurt my eyes. My eyes were swollen shut as Toby's after the sensitive. But the inside of the place was just incredibly rightly lift everything was stainless steel or white. There were light panels on the floor and the walls and on the ceiling omitted light. I saw three flying saucers three this, and they were lined up in a neat little world. Just like your craft below carrier. Deck. There were legs sporting them dome in the center that was kind of smoothly molded into the top of the thing. There were channels that I thought were windows what were their shape swear perfectly square? What happens? We're standing next to one another, and we were paralyzed all I could do with my eyes. And I assume that's all this will be could move. I'm straining my eyes to look at the sauces. That's when I noticed there were a group of people that were all news, and they were frozen like us. These are other humans. They are other human beings, they're nude. And it's a mixture of men women and children. They're close enough that you could see the terror in their eyes. They were as afraid as we were. But they were segregated from us. We weren't a part of their Bruce. Did you have any instinct to Paul to them? I couldn't I couldn't speak. There were two other things that happened there that were very important. And that was I noticed the guys that were other human beings, they wore distinctive, uniforms Chan's uniforms with around patch insignia on their shoulders, and they were. Five or six one of them was a woman who appeared to be Hispanic or Latino shedder hearing ponytail the other men that we saw were all guys are age twenty two with military haircut trim instead completely ignored ignores. Wouldn't that look at our direction wouldn't that look direction? The other people Terry am, I understanding that you had the impression that in addition to you and Toby a group of humans that are all nude paralyzed male female and children that there were five or six what look to you like human beings in these beige jumped uniforms with a perhaps, orange round patch on these uniforms that these humans in uniform seem to be working independent of you. And Toby and this other group of humans in this huge ship. They did not seem to be hybrid. They just state media impression that they were human beings. Why would human beings from earth be working in capacity that looks on those military like inside of a huge triangle that at devil's den. In Arkansas you and Toby have been picked up by a beam. You know, I asked that question every day huge questions. I control the assumption that human beings for working in concert with TV T, the little guys, I called them worker bees. And the little guys we're grey ashen grey. But there was a polar being about six foot tall who was not great was kind of a pink within an ashen color to it. But this had larger than average is black or uniform with a v neck, whatever this thing was was clearly in charge. It carried itself with an air of authority. I. Never saw communicate with anybody. But my gut told me this was the guy that was running the show. How tall was this being in charge? Little six foot tall over six feet. I can't move my head, but I can move my eyes. And I could see that there was motion, and I live with my eyes as far left as I could. And at that same instant, this guy must have turned to his right? The being raised its hand it raised his hand from down below its waist up about chest height..

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"garland texas" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"So we had a tournament in garland, Texas. We had a tournament in Vegas. Fifteen sixteen hour drive, and it's Minnesota. And that's a twenty a twenty two hour drive. You know lot. Love nyc my dad's a lot to make sure you're ever to make all this turnament and make sure that they would be be put on that national level. You know, the exposed to scout not kind of stuff. So that's a lot. Then, you know, snack bars locker my sister as well. You know, my sister, you know, she wants have regular childhood, but she couldn't do stuff that she went to do because we were always leave for tournaments or we had I had to go to practice. You had to go with us. You know? So it put a whole toll on the family. I mean, obviously, it's all worth it now, and they hell worked out in a in a huge way. But at the time, it's just you're not a normal kid. He's gotta be able to adjust. Yeah. I think that's why whenever guys. Do blow, but I do make it, you know, the first thing they wanna do is, you know, by their parents house or a car and like just almost repay them for years of sacrifices and everything what did it mean for you? I mean, there's so many guys out there that do exactly what you did. And then their career ends at the college level, and they're not able to turn around and support the family. You know, bring things full circle with you being able to be, you know, have the big contract and the chance to pay them back. What did that mean to you? How rewarding was that? Incredible. I can't even put words can't describe what the healing was life. When I actually signed the contract. I was at a loss for words. And like, I was like I was like, you know, shedding tears for just like for no reason. Like, I couldn't even control it like I was just had their like, your joy, so happy for, you know, everything, and, you know, my parents, the they, you know, they they never let me feel the pressure. You know, a lot of people who have like a lot of people come in the situations like buying these were pressured, a, you know, make it and make sure the parents are on good. But you know, my parents would broke like Roka's everybody out there. They were broke his, Yeah. but. But, but they never led the know that or they never let know me are about sister know, how much they were struggling. Wow. Then they friendship for me to go out there and say you have to make it or else, you know, where we're screwed, you know, so they never they never put that on me. So when I actually made it and was able to get back to them, you know, with the contract you Burs contract. You know, it was I mean that Amanda world then just I was able to he just pay the bills for him. You know, get them out of, you know, make it they weren't a dead. New more all that kind of stuff. What when did you realize how bad things were for them financially? It wasn't after you got the contract is that when they finally you went on it. Or is it you know, when you got a little bit older. What did you realize? Oh, wow. Like I actually helped him and I need to help them, man. So I actually it was a it was funny. I was with my junior year at high school. And you know, I never always always got the milk, my family, and and always got the when I got home from school. I always got the nail..

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"garland texas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Disqualified himself that is thirty two days, you're thirty two days away. That is the base of the Democratic Party. That is that is who people like Nancy Pelosi are appealing to Chuck Schumer's appealing to Maxine Waters is appealing to. And of course, Michael avenue, the new face of the Democratic Party. What has happened to the Democratic Party party that once believed in tax? Cut stood up for the working men and women in this country. Didn't believe in socialism believed in civil liberties and the presumption of innocence of due process, where did they go? All right. Joining us. Now, the Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson founder of rebuilding the man by rebuilding. I'm sorry. Rebuilding the family by rebuilding the man, author of the antidote healing America. From the poison of hate blaming victimhood Reverend sale Brian is also with us the race for freedom. Also, a senior fellow at Pritam works. Welcome. Both of you back to the program. Jessie, I guess you're heading out on the road. And you got a big panel. You're going to be a part of where's that on? How you doing Sean over twenty third at seven pm? Nonprofit organization bond of brotherhood organization. New Jessen going to be holding a Tahoe forum panel on the midterm election. And so for more information on that people could go to Jesse Lee Peterson dot com Jesse Lee Peterson dot com, but we're going to be talking with Democrats every public has an independence about this upcoming election because a lot of people really really upset at what happened with Jessica. Dr even people who at one time thought that they were going to be voting for the Democrats decided to rethink their position. And I have to tell you, Sean, I grew up on a pledge hacia down in Alabama. I grew up out born there grew up under the Jim crow laws. I remember black and white size. Only when I voted at eighteen I voted for the Democratic Party. I was growing up on that plantation living under Jim crow laws, and I watch as a democrat. Do you have a crash on white for you to have free box? They don't like to take care of yourself. They lodge you about the Republican party, especially the. Straight white conservative Christian bale? They'll always calling races. And they use those worse to brainwash you in order to his slave you and beauty about if there is a beauty in this about what happened with the judge and a hatred, and anger and accusations, foster, Applegate who doubt, and we have seen over the last couple of weeks or months or so even longer than that, even a lot of black people are starting to think about the Democratic Party. And they're starting to realize especially the Christmas starting to realize maybe they are involved with the wrong party. And that the party the Democratic Party is my life partner that they joined many many years ago. And I think a lot of folks. Being affected by this. You know, see how Brian I if I remember correctly. Aren't you part of the P for a number of years, Sean, I'm a two-term president the NWEA, oh garland, Texas. By the way, you know, it I'm I'm a life member. I became a life member rose at an event in Atlanta. And I it just so happens. I said, please the next time take politics out of a man like Clarence Thomas is advancing and is succeeding at the highest level. Please please support them. I said that when I when I pay it when I paid my membership card here somewhere. Absolutely, right, Shawn. And what we're seeing? Now are the fake activists who are hitting the street. I remember when I was president there. And I'm going to disclose this that there were times when we would load up ten buses full of activists by simply giving him ten dollars and a tuna fish sandwich and a drink to get on the bus to go protest something that they had no clue what it was that. They were going to protest, and that's what you're saying on the streets now and that is fake. It is something that will not stop freedomworks the organization that I am with. We have grassroots activists who are. In the capital right now who are checking on their congressmen and their senators to make certain that they ride herd on this particular vote we want cabin. Oh to come through last week freedomworks. We had two thousand people on the capitol grounds pushing through not only Jim Jordan who I hope can be the next speaker of the house. But also we wanted those elected officials who should be responsible to the American people for the opposite. They old to make sure that they go and do the job that we sent them to do. It's a long way from when I was president of the NWEA c p twenty seven years ago to where I am now and that plantation that Reverend Peterson was talking about the Jesse Lee was talking about by the way, Jesse Lee is in my movie runaway slave Jesse. Lena. Why am I not in your movie what's up with that you and I have to make the next film together? Sean we have to make the next. No, no. I'm just wondering why you picked Jesse and you didn't. Pick your friend, Sean Hannity. Good, buddy. You gotta come on the show, real snow. But that plantation was real. I grew up in Louisiana. Jim crow era. It's very real. But many of us have run away from it. And we encourage many more at this point in time in America. And the president is giving us all the cover. That's necessary to run away from that type of enslavement that this nation had fallen up under. You don't ask who that the beauty of what President Trump is John is that because he lacks fear. He's put the country first he's not afraid to really deal with these people. He's not afraid to use social media to putting the truth out there. And this is a lot of men and women of good to stand up and speak up fight for their country fight for what is right. And when they saw this attack on Judge, Kevin Dr. His wife his daughters while they're saying that they care about women's they care about children. Where's the love and compassion for the judge and his wife? His children are gonna have to deal with these allegations. That this whole thing has the now it look we've got to get through the vote tomorrow and cautiously optimistic that judge Cavanaugh gets to be on the court that he deserves to be on. What if we don't deal with these tactics, the willingness to tear down bludgeon destroy men families kids are obviously impacted by it if they can't even have the most simplest of civility on these issues. You know, the American people need to see it. No, it get it understand it embrace what they are would be voting for it's horrible. You know, destroying people. It's horrible. How many more people have to go through a Clarence Thomas? Judge cavenaugh Robert Bork. How many Republicans are falsely accused of being racist and wanting to kill their grandmothers ridicu-? At this point. And they do it with literally with the immune this total immunity for them or no repercussions for the this conduct. Anyway, Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson. Thank you, Reverend CO, Brian. Thank you. And we wish you both the best as the countdown now continues. We'll know almost this time tomorrow, the judge cavenaugh get on the court looking a lot better than it. Did earlier this week earlier in the week. All right, listen, I want to remind you.

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"garland texas" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Books that is from wild bill donovan the director of the office of strategic services the s the precursor to the cia and that was his big motto is if you fall fall forward in service of the mission great great motto barbara garland texas good afternoon good afternoon how you doing i just called you to make a comment that i'm really enjoying the program i am a librarian is very popular he's very well we don't read in the library system and i am truly enjoying the program i have not read if your title but i'm inspired to read them now i basically read non fiction but i am going to read your titled matter of fact my vote the divert this afternoon i'm going to pick up one so barbara as a librarian spymaster comes out this week will have you already gotten requests for this book a yes we have yes we had there is a waiting list as an author how does that feel well it feels great first of all thank you for your call barbara librarians are such important in special people when i look back on my summer spent up in wisconsin on a lake called lake geneva one of the highlights of my week used to be going to the library and checking out books that i could read for that week and the librarian was my guide to another world the books that she would help me pick out so librarians are super super important people there are so many people that have been led to my books because of wonderful librarians like like barbara and barbara i love that you said that you're a non fiction reader because i have a lot of nonfiction readers i have there's two classes of people i love hearing from people who are non fiction readers and then people who say my husband doesn't read or my wife doesn't read or my son and my uncle and i gave him one of your books and they couldn't put it down and now they're working their way through the through the series i love nonfiction as well and i think that there's so i call what i do this is a great one for you barbara i call it faction where you don't know where the facts end in the book and the fiction begins and we talked earlier about reading with a laptop open people love to do that because there's so many interesting facts that i find during my research that i put in the books that it's almost like entertaining nonfiction a little bit i mean it is it's a thriller it's fiction but i love to hear from people who say i wasn't much of a reader but you change that that's probably the best compliment you can pay an author speaking affection the last patriot the dead poet's society factor fiction so this is in why did i really call something the dead poet's society poets society can this is this is the branch that kills or gets rid of rogue intelligence officers okay so yeah so i gave it the it's funny now i'm in nashville in dead poets society screenwriter actually went to a school in in nashville i went to see a lecture at the school were surprised to see that the writer was there so that's that's pure fiction that's pure fiction dressed up with a fun kind of almost a flip it name as a lot of these operations get interesting name so that's fiction danika dallas good afternoon hi brad i have two questions do you believe in sleepers and what is your definition there is and the next one is you believe in special agents who've been spine around the world and it's ability to have that part of the brain memory a taken away so they don't recall agents except for little things that remind and that they were so number one if you mean sleeper like sleeper agents that are like the tv show the.

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"garland texas" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The first attack has been launched on judge brad kavanagh supreme court nomination democrats making public opinion he wrote years ago about prosecuting a sitting president i two thousand nine law article he wrote arguing that president should not be subject to prosecution or lawsuits quote the indictment and trial of a sitting president moreover would cripple the federal government rendering it unable to function with credibility in either the international or domestic arenas to democrats salivating over the special counsel robert muller's investigation that sentence was blood in the water on mentioned by democrats kavanagh's followup sentence in the same article quote if the president does something dastardly the impeachment process is available in short the constitution establishes a clear mechanism to deter executive malfeasance doug mckelway police in north texas have shot and killed a man who witnesses said was armed with two machetes they kept swinging at passing vehicles police in garland texas northeast of dallas report witnesses said the man was striking cars with machetes service road adjacent to i thirty tuesday ben walk toward officers who responded to the scene ignored their commands to drop the weapons they shot and killed him his name and motivation not known yet five people dead in a home in delaware small town of prices corner delaware facing tragedy after forty two year old matthew edwards allegedly opened fire late monday killing his wife and three young children then taking his own life those children included a six year old boy four year old girl and a three year old boy some neighbors are shocked i've the kids playing companies before mind boggling really other neighbors have been telling local media that matthew had problems with his job joel nato fox news asian stocks are trading lower dow futures are down sharply nearly one hundred eighty points on jack callaghan fox news.

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"garland texas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Information the first attack has been launched on judge brad kavanagh supreme court nomination democrats making public opinion he wrote years ago about prosecuting a sitting president a two thousand nine law article he wrote arguing the president should not be subject to prosecution or lawsuits quote the indictment and trial of a sitting president moreover would cripple the federal government rendering it unable to function with credibility in either the international or domestic arenas to democrats salivating over the special counsel robert muller's investigation that sentence was blood in the water on mentioned by democrats canada's followup sentence in the same article quote if the president does something dastardly the impeachment processes available in short the constitution establishes a clear mechanism to deter executive malfeasance doug mckelway police in north texas have shot and killed a man who witnesses said was armed with two machetes they kept swinging at passing vehicles police in garland texas northeast of dallas report witnesses said the man was striking cars with machetes along a service road adjacent to i thirty on tuesday men walk toward officers who responded to the scene ignored their commands to drop the weapons they shot and killed him his name and motivation not known yet five people dead in a home in delaware small town of prices corner delaware facing tragedy after forty two year old matthew edwards allegedly opened fire late monday killing his wife and three young children then taking his own life those children included a six year old boy four year old girl and a three year old boy some neighbors are shocked the kids playing out in the yard other neighbors have been telling local media that matthews had problems with his job joel nato fox news asian stocks are trading lower dow futures are down sharply nearly one hundred eighty points on jack callaghan fox news.

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"garland texas" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"For me the first attack has been launched on judge brad kavanagh supreme court nomination democrats making public opinion he wrote years ago about prosecuting a sitting president a two thousand nine law article he wrote arguing that president should not be subject to prosecution or lawsuits quote the indictment and trial of a sitting president moreover would cripple the federal government rendering it unable to function with credibility in either the international or domestic arenas to democrats salivating over the special counsel robert muller's investigation that sentence was blood in the water on mentioned by democrats kavanagh's followup sentence in the same article quote if the president does something dastardly the impeachment processes available in short the constitution establishes a clear mechanism to deter executive malfeasance fox's doug mckelway police in north texas have shot and killed a man who witnesses said was armed with machetes they kept swinging at passing vehicles police in garland texas northeast of dallas report witnesses said the man was striking cars with machetes along a service road adjacent to i thirty on tuesday and walk toward officers who responded to the scene ignored their commands to drop the weapons they shot and killed him his name and motivation not known yet five people dead in a home in delaware small town of prices corner delaware facing tragedy after forty two year old matthew edwards allegedly opened fire late monday killing his wife and three young children then taking his own life those children included a six year old boy four year old girl and three year old boy some neighbors are shocked i've seen the kids playing more out in the yard mindboggling other neighbors have been telling local media that matthews had problems with his job joel nato fox news asian stocks are trading lower futures are down sharply nearly one hundred eighty points on jack callaghan fox news.

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City of Phoenix moves forward on proposal to study police shootings

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

City of Phoenix moves forward on proposal to study police shootings

"And traffic now it oh to i'm ashley flood here's our top story the phoenix police department is a step closer to finding out what's causing the numbers of violent police citizen encounters to go up the public safety and veterans subcommittee has agreed to ask the city council for one hundred and fifty thousand dollars for study on that police chief jerry williams says it will be conducted by the national police foundation just to give me intel and information on the who what where when wise what is going on with the suspect prior to many commenters at today's meeting opposed this saying another study won't improve police citizen relations the next city council meeting wednesday june twentieth kathy klein ktar news the valley man convicted of helping to plot the two thousand fifteen attack at a prophet mohammed cartoon contest in garland texas is seeking a new trial attorneys for abdulmalik abdulkarim claim it was never revealed in his first trial that an undercover fbi agent who witnessed the shooting had communicated with an accused recruiter for isis before the contest and his presence was only revealed after their client was convicted of the attack that left two people dead mesa police say a man posing as a painter is likely casing retirement communities in the east valley nick rush shutt with mesa police say the man is facing charges for burglarizing a home last month probable cause to charge him for burglary based on this incident happened near main and hegley police say the suspect is forty nine year old william donohue police say he was seen inside the victim's home before fleeing was stolen items it might seem like a no brainer in the hot weather but put your shoes on if you're going outside for can get to be really really hot sometimes sixty to one hundred and seventy degrees fahrenheit plaque asshole can sometimes get to be one hundred and eighty degrees kevin foster with arizona burn center at miracle but integrated health system says you can get up to second degree burns he also says folks have to be careful drinking water from a hose or even touching it the water can heat up to at least one hundred eighty degrees let's get a check.

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"garland texas" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Usually to deepen the ground planted too deep in the ground and that that can lead to some of the bud name boarding problems that you're seeing there so if you look at my website dr dot com that we even have some photographs of cried models that have that are exposed properly in there and you'll see that the flare goes out to where you could stand on it and it actually on a lot of cried morals will turn into an apron that goes as really a pretty part of the tree that's normally buried in the ground okay that's no chances are if you just do that work it'll solve your problem but the rest i would recommend to you is to look at the site and you look down below the photograph that's their that's rotating you'll see a bunch of words in columns those are all buttons it take you to different areas of the website and the one that is guides in capital letters g u i click on that and in there all the formulas and all my basic programs that are recommend including what's called the sick tree tree if you do treatment the first step will be the flare exposure and then the second part will be explaining there for you terrorisation and the use of organic amendments and i think you'll see your crepe myrtle turnaround around dramatically without any problem the other possibility is that you have a variety that's just not very happy there and you'll find out after doing the signature even if it doesn't make any improvement in may be that you need to plant some other varieties okay the shot i think i'll take care of you let's see what's up with jane in garland texas moved back to the dfw area for many hotel jayne good morning i just had rats to the electrical system in my car and it was a very expensive repair and i've repaired the whole that they chewed through the sheet rock in the garage and.

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"garland texas" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on WGTK

"Mike gallagher past the hour boy there's a bombshell happening in this trial of the widow of the guy who massacred forty nine people in orlando and the bombshell is that you know prosecutors sent an email on saturday that stated that and it was revealed in the in the trial of this woman who is being charged with of course accessory to this horrific horrific attack that the f b i used the killers father as a confidential f b i source for eleven years now the father is a very interesting character you may remember this guy hosts a program on a california based satellite afghan tv station show called the durand jirga show the show was watched by moans mostly ethnic pashtoon afghans the taliban islamic extremist movement is comprised almost entirely of pashtoons and this guy show takes a decidedly protaliban slant full of anti us rhetoric now you wanna make this even weirder he showed up at a hillary rally weeks after the massacre the father weeks after his son slaughtered forty nine people at the pulse nightclub he's standing there at hillary rally now i'm not into conspiracy theories are you know me there are other people who do this better than i do but you don't think dishes amazing and chilling that the f b is this another hit you know fbi failure is this another failure of law enforcement you want to talk about what kind of guns were supposed to be allowed to carry how about the fbi how about the garland texas drama hamad near terror attack remember that the two guys that showed up at the the two guys that showed up at the drama hamad contest in garland texas and they came out guns blazing and a cop killed them both they were being tailed at that time by an fbi agent now this is stuff over and over we see you know now mixed in the whole hillary email scandal komi the i mean it's just one thing after another after another and it almost makes me wonder i don't know about first of all you gotta look at the leadership of james komi all during this time does that not have to be questioned komi has emerged from this whole trump chapter as some kind of a hero he's just a he's just an innocent bystander me thinks this guy's got you know it's not quite as innocent as he's portrayed what open line eight hundred six five five mike eight hundred six.

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"garland texas" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Mike gallagher twenty past the hour boy there's a bombshell happening in this trial of the widow of the guy who massacred forty nine people in orlando and the bombshell is that prosecutors sent an email on saturday that stated that and it was revealed that in the in the trial of this woman who is being charged with of course accessory to this horrific horrifying attack that the f b i used the killers father as a confidential f b i source for eleven years now the father is a very interesting character you may remember this guy host program on a california based satellite afghan tv station show called the durand jirga show the show was watched by most mostly ethnic pashtoon afghans the taliban islamic extremist movement is comprised almost entirely of pashtoons and this guy show takes a decidedly protaliban slant full of anti us rhetoric now you wanna make this even weirder he showed up at a hillary rally weeks after the massacre the father weeks after his son slaughtered forty nine people at the pulse nightclub he's standing there at a hillary rally now i'm not into conspiracy theories are you know me there are other people who do this better than i do but you don't think dishes amazing and chilling that the fbi is this another you know fbi failure is this your failure of law enforcement you want to talk about what kind of guns were supposed to be allowed to carry how about the fbi how about the garland texas drama hamad near terror attack remember that the two guys that showed up at the the two guys that showed up at the drama hamad contest in garland texas and they came out guns blazing and a cop killed them both they were being tailed at that time by an fbi agent now this is stuff over and over we see you know now in the whole hillary email scandal komi the i mean it's just one thing after another after another and it almost makes me wonder i don't know about first of all you gotta look at the leadership of james comey all during this time does that not have to be questioned komi has emerged from this whole trump chapter as some kind of a hero he's just a he's just an innocent bystander me thinks this guy's got it's not quite as innocent as he's portrayed what open line eight hundred six five five mike eight hundred six.

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"garland texas" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"All contributions most of them from texas texans believing this is possible that's all encouraging and they just did a poll last week for for whatever polls count four today that shows us eight points behind ted cruz single digits and that they points though it's eight points but when respondents no just one additional fact which is that i don't take pack money were head in that poll by two points but those are things you you might be able to measure here's something that you can't but is far more powerful for me friday night we were in garland texas for a town hall meeting dallas morning news estimated two thousand people came out that town hall nine and a half months away from the november election two days ago at two a m in austin texas we're at the kirby lane diner three hundred people show up for a town hall are we going area at a monday morning we were doing a twenty four hour live stream extravaganza have in their your stops for the 24 hours if he can so we started at six am in memorial park in houston with 100 people who joined is for a run town hall we went to when we were running ta you ran through a jogging of i was running core miles stopped at the halfway point her took questions here uh people's ideas their best suggestions for how we're going to be able to move yeah this country forward so that six am he said arctic am uh go back showered the hotel go to a a doughnut shop media young entrepreneurs which done in houston it was called glazed cut donut cafe annahda met met with the owner learn how to make a donor we sat down and heard from him what it was like to start his business and um from there we went to beacon which is a service centre for homeless who stones and got to serve a launch to those who are a little bit down on their luck got to hear some of their stories meet these extraordinary volunteers uh went to a town hall off the katie free way to talk to those who lost their worldly possessions in harvey and how we're going to work together to rebuild houston in southeast.

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"garland texas" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on KOIL

"The victim of another terrorist attack on united states soil is speaking out attempting to hold the fbi accountable for the suffering he's endured you may remember the garland attacks the garland texas attacks in may of 2015 two men opened fire outside of a provocative drama hamad event in garland texas while the suspects were ultimately the only casualties the attack his daughter will in that it became the first isis claimed attack on american soil it's also notable because of the close proximity between an fbi agent and one of the suspects both before and during the attack bruce joyner a security guard who was shot and wounded after elton simpson and now dear sufi opened fire outside of the event is now suing the fbi for eight million dollars he's filed a lawsuit claiming that the fbi agents solicited encouraged erected in aided members of isis in planning and carrying out the may third attack if joyner does not reach a settlement with the federal bureau of investigation the case could shake loose hundreds of documents from both local and federal officials about what happened that day i could answer the question of why an fbi agent was in a car directly behind the attackers did nothing as the events unfolded in texas elton simpson game the fbi's attention a few years before the attack as a muslim who they say was vulnerable to radicalization in fact fbi agents were reportedly monitoring him in the weeks leading up to the attack and there was even an agent in a car following him to the scene but he did nothing to prevent the crime according to a report from cbs news court records revealed that the fbi agent who was in the car directly behind simpson and sufi during the.

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"garland texas" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Idea that he's taking photographs of the two people who happened to be attacked moments before they're attacked his stunning i mean tug of being in the right or the wrong place at the writer the wrong time the idea that he's right there thirty seconds before the attack happens is just incredible to me what would you wanna ask the undercover agent i would love to ask the undercover agent are these the only communications that you had with simpson did you have more communications with simpson how is it that you ended up coming to garland texas why are you even there we wanted to ask the fbi those same questions but the bureau would not agree to an interview all the fbi would give us was this email statement reids there was no advance knowledge of a plot to attack the cartoon drawing contest in garland texas if you're wondering what happened to the fbi's undercover agent he fled the scene but was stopped at gunpoint by garland police this is video of him in handcuffs recorded by a local news crew blurred his face to protect his identity i can't tell you where the whether the fbi knew the attack was going to occur i would i don't like to think that they let it occur but it is shocking to me that are now under coverage and cs fellas jumping out of a car and he drives on uh i find that shocking that he didn't try to stop aid and try to stop all marie didn't do something i mean he's an agent for god's sakes if this attack had gone a different way and lots of people had been killed would the fact that an undercover fbi agent was on the scene had become centrally scandal would have been a bigger story i think he would've to rational investigating and things like that lucky for the fbi and for the participants they event hailing you're in texas veterans had shot there the fbi's actions around this foiled attack offer a rare glimpse since the complexities faced by those fighting whom grown extremism today.

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"garland texas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"garland texas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The fringe magazine shirley hebdo brew you don't have to say that he wrote you know what happened in paris so that goes without saying no need to be direct but it turns out the undercover agent did more than just communicate online with elton simpson in an affidavit filed in another case the government disclosed that the fbi undercover agents had actually travel to girl in texas and was present at the event i was shocked i mean i was shocked that the government had turned this over a wanted to know when did he get there why was he there and this past november maynard was given another batch of documents by the government revealing the biggest surprise of all the undercover agent was in a court directly behind elton simpson and nodar sufi when they started shooting this cell phone photo of school security guard bruce joyner and police officer greg stevens was taken by the undercover agent seconds before the attack the idea that he's taking for graf of the two people who happened to be attacked moments before they're attacked his stunning i mean tug of being in the right or the wrong place at the writer the wrong time the idea that he's right there thirty seconds before the attack happens is just incredible to me what would you wanna ask the undercover agent i would love to ask the undercover agent are these the only communication set your head with simpson did you have more communications with simpson how is it that you ended up coming to garland texas why are you even there we wanted to ask the fbi those same questions with the bureau would not agree to an interview all the fbi would give us was this email statement it it reads there was no advance knowledge of a plot to attack the cartoon drawn contest in garland texas if you're wondering what happened to the fbi's undercover agent he fled the scene but were stopped at gunpoint by garland police this is video of him in handcuffs recorded by a local news crew we've blurred his face to protect his identity i can't tell you where the whether the.

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