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Politico: Judge Tosses Obstruction Charge Against Jan. 6 Defendant
"But here's another one in Politico Judge tosses obstruction charge against January 6th defendant The judge ruled that ambiguities in the federal law required him to narrow the case against Garrett Miller Whose facing multiple felony charges connected to the attack on the capitol The federal judge has thrown out an obstruction charge about breaching the capital on January 6th a ruling that could reverberate across hundreds of cases Under the narrow interpretation judge Nichols ruled defendants can be charged with obstruction only if they directly attempt to affect a document record or other object on quote in order to hamper the ability of Congress to count electoral votes Nicole said that because prosecutors are not alleged that Miller took such direct action rather the department says he simply joined the large mob on January 6th The obstruction charge against and must be dismissed In other words you have to take specific actions Among the people nickel cited to bolsters interpretation as president Joe Biden the judge noted that Biden said the lawn question passed on 2002 following the enron scandal was aimed at making a crime to shred documents
"Unprecedented" What we know about the Capitol riot arrests
"Also have new reporting tonight. Investigation into the capital riot with former president. Trump's senate impeachment trial now just days away. What happened earlier that day is. Abc news now obtains new video. Showing trump confidante roger stone flanked by members of militia group. The day of the deadly siege at giancarl. Here tonight. i'm what else we've learned about the hours before the riots. Abc news has learned this house. Prosecutors prepare to make the case that donald trump is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors. They're reviewing videos of trump associates. In the hours before the riot including this video from that morning i brought to light today by abc news. It shows longtime trump confidante roger stone who was pardoned by trump flanked by members of a militia group. So hopefully we have this today right. She'll say we shall see. We don't know what the men were referring to and stone has maintained that he played no role whatsoever in january sixth events and said quote. I had no advanced knowledge of the riot at the capitol. These men near stone clearly wearing the insignia of the keepers extremist group known to have been involved in the capital siege. The same manner later seen in news photographs that the capital confronting capitol police officers house prosecutors will attempt to convince senators that the president incited the riot with his words and actions. And if you don't fight like hell you're not gonna have a country anymore in this video shot by new yorker reporter luke wilson. Some of the rioters make it clear. They believe they're carrying out the wishes of donald trump jacob chan's lead the arizona man who wore face paint and horns and who allegedly left a note on the vice president's desk toy matter time justice he's coming says that he was there because president trump wanted him there. He walked down constitution avenue and entered the capital. He was there at the invitation of end request of our president of the one hundred. Eighty two accused rioters facing federal charges for their involvement in the capital riot. Abc news has identified more than a dozen who have said they were just doing what. President trump wanted them to do like jenna ryan of texas. Who told station. tv t. I thought i was following my president. I thought i was following what we were called to do. Other alleged garrett miller seen here on surveillance video inside the capitol said in a statement released by his lawyer quote. I believe i was following. The instructions of former president trump. His attorney says miller now regrets his actions on january sixth and that they were a misguided effort to show support for
"garrett miller" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"In 19 hospitalizations. Falling now from record highs. Number of covert 19 patients in Texas continues to fall from record highs as the state nears the end of what has been the deadliest month of the pandemic. State health officials Monday reported fewer than 13,000 people being treated for covert across the state. That marks the seventh consecutive day of declining patient loads. Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said the area was starting to see some metrics go in the right direction as the average number of daily new cases fell. By 800. Kim Lab. Ken's K L I. F NEWS North Texas Cities are reopening covert 19 vaccination mega centers this week is more doses arrived. Republican Congresswoman Beth Van Dine is encouraging residents that help is on the way. What I would like to see in the future is it's as easy to get a vaccine for covert as it is for the flu. I think when you start having as many on vaccines manufactured as possible, you will see that Garland plans to hold another mass vaccination event on Thursday. City of Arlington has reopened the East Sports Arena for shots. Collin County expects to receive more than 10,000 total doses for its four hums, A federal judge says the Richardson man accused of breaching the U. S Capitol this month and threatening to assassinate Congresswoman Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez is a flight risk and a danger to the public. Clayton level reports Garrett Miller has issued a public apology to the congresswoman Sharon Miller says he's ashamed by the comments he made online specifically, the post reading Assassinate AOC. The 34 year old shows, remorse and a public statement that says he was led to believe by former President Trump the election was stolen and believed he had to support him. Miller being held now without bond Senator John Cornyn. He is defending senators Ted Cruz and Josh Holly, following an ethics complaint by a group of Senate Democrats over there objecting to electoral college votes in the presidential election. It's not uncommon. It's actually frequent where senators have different points of view. And I might think the point of view of my opponent is wrong and I'm right. But that doesn't mean it's unethical or improper for them to make the argument during the interview with Fox News is America reports corn and called the Ethics complaint bogus. Some Democrats argue that Cruise and Holly paid played a role in inciting the violent reach of the U. S. Capitol City of Fort Worth. Selected Deputy Neil Nokes as its 27th, chief of police has served on the department for 20 years. He's led community engagement. Efforts of Wants to focus on community inclusion, and I can promise you this overs may not agree every day. But as long as we agree to keep coming back to the table as long as we agree to keep collaborating as long as we work together, I don't see anything the city for worth, we can't accomplish together. He calls himself the happiest man in Fort Worth Right now he's humbled honored. And ready to keep moving the department forward Cat Blondes I, er k l i f news. Millions of rural households in Texas could lose Internet and phone service as a state fund that subsidizes services and low lowly populated areas is hemorrhaging money. Last month, Public Utilities Commission of Texas slashed funds paid from the Texas Universal Service Fund to telecom companies by 60 to 70%. Cording to our important W F A A. As a result, some companies have stopped building out networks for new customers, and the ability to maintain existing lines has been affected. A small tax on voice calls typically bees in the fund. But the increased usage of Internet based calling as depleted it, It is 709. Let's get a business update now from network radio's spent to wriggle on morning, Spencer. Good morning, Amy, the Taos up 56 points that's poised to open just below 31,000. West Texas intermediate crude resuming its rally 53 19 a barrel of 42 cents, Exxon Mobil up a point and a half of a percent, a half in pre market trading. They're announcing their results from the fourth quarter as we speak big economic news this week. Home prices today durable goods orders tomorrow. Economic growth comes on Thursday. I'm Spencer McGowan, president Miguel in group Network radio dot com. Coming up on K L i f Cliff notes and we'll go over the latest done the impending impeachment trial of former President Trump Talk about the new.
"garrett miller" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Raskin, march from the House to the Senate to start a second impeachment trial against former president Trump for incitement of insurrection and foreseeably resulted in lawless action at the Capitol. Such as if you don't fight like hell, you're not going to have a country anymore to try a will be the first of its kind for a president already out of office, raising questions from Republicans like John Cornyn. About the legitimacy Well, it used to be that when you lost an election that was punishment enough From a political standpoint. Trial arguments begin in two weeks. On Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News, a federal judge, says the Richardson man accused of participating in the deadly January 6 right at the U. S Capitol and threatening to assassinate Congresswoman lugs Andrea Crazy A Cortez is a flight risk and a danger to the public that will you be a peace? Clayton Nevil reports that Garrett Miller has issued a public apology to quartet. Miller says he's ashamed by the comments he made online specifically, the post reading, Assassinate AOC. The 34 year old shows, remorse and a public statement that says he was led to believe by former president Trump the election was stolen and believed he had to support him. Miller is being held without bond. From the W B A P News desk. I Nicolo say your next update is it's 7 30 24 7 coverage at WB ap dot com. Great individual performance, and in the spirit of your team isn't isn't right then it's very likely you'll be at a deficit. Mavericks head coach shut Rick Carlisle summing up the numbers Luca don to 10 last night. Even though Dallas loses to Denver at the American Airlines Center Good morning from our Mercedes Benz of Plano Sports desk. I'm Steve blaming a dead it again. Another triple double 35 points. 11 rebounds. 16 assists. Madan Tits can't do it all by himself. People we're going to talk about. In this game. The ejection of the Nuggets Jamal Murray, who hit Tim Hardaway in the groin in the second half, prompting Hardaway to double over. Dallas is now lost two in a row will be in the road Wednesday and Friday for a couple games against the Utah Jazz and this crazy schedule that Teams in the NBA or having Theo play on Texas basketball coach Shaka Smart has tested positive for Cove in 19. He's in isolation. His Longhorns ranked fifth in the country in the top 25 pole and S amused coach Tim Jankovich has tested positive for covert 19. Symptoms popped up last Thursday. He tested negative at first, but received a positive test yesterday and after sending a letter of the Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred that suggested The lane spring training to allow for the covert 19 situation to improve in the Arizona Cactus League executives said that the 10 Phoenix area facilities that host teams will be ready to open if game start as scheduled. 15 teams, including the Rangers are scheduled.
"garrett miller" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Front moves through and some cool air arrives. Low fifties on Wednesday, Right now 50 and the DFW airport, Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy was on Fox is news prime time He talked about the executive orders that President Biden has signed so far. President Biden, who's gone back on every promise he made. Just even a week ago about unity. There's no unity coming out of that. He's killing union jobs. He's empowering our adversaries. China is it's now a policy of no longer America. First, it's China. First. Russia is winning because he's fighting the institution of America about our energy independence. Biden team members say those executive orders were part of an effort to reverse The gravest damages what they're calling them of the Trump administration. The House impeachment case against Donald Trump has been delivered to the Senate House. Democratic prosecutors made the ceremonial walk in front of cameras across the capitalists evening they delivered the charge, but some Republican senators are easing off their criticism of the former president. Retired U T. A political science professor Alan Sex, Sachs said. It may be a case of be careful what you wish for. If they do it to a Republican, the Republicans made you the same thing to a Democrat somewhere down the line. So this is too important of an issue to be used as simply a political toy. A trial is expected to begin in about two weeks. Ah, federal judge says the Richardson man accused of breaching the U. S Capitol this month and Threatening to assassinate Congress Woman is a flight risk and a danger to the public and W B. A. P s quite Nevil reports that Garrett Miller has issued a public apology to that person. Garrett Miller says he's ashamed by the comments he made online. Specifically, the post reading Assassinate AOC. The 34 year old shows, remorse and a public statement that says he was led to believe by former president Trump the election was stolen and believed he had the support him. The mayor of Dallas is implementing a study. It's to make recommendations on improving the Dallas police and fire pension system Now is Police Association president Mike Mata hopes to avoid fallout experienced the last time that pensions were on the table. The mayor hopes to reach a consensus before the 88th Texas Legislature, which begins in 2023 you get overnight mostly clear love 40 50, now in Fort Worth. From the W B A P News death Can Mickey Briggs your next update at 12 30 24 7 coverage. WB ap dot com. This is Charles Osgood. We all know because we've been told over and over how important it is to eat a balanced diet and that the nutrients and fresh fruits and veggies are essential to good health. Fine, but for May knowing that and eating as if I knew it are two different things. I'm a meat and potatoes guy and always have been So I was thrilled to find out the balance of nature capsules concentrate 31 different fruits and vegetables with no extracts or fillers. And with all those fighter nutrients we need to be in top form. Balance of nature is well named to touch all the bases. What I do is to take a few of the fruit. Very capsules, the red ones in the morning and the green veggie capsules later in the day, my body and brain never had it so good..
"garrett miller" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"An hour. It's 67 degrees for WB, AP News Meteorologist sparked a video at the Weather Channel News brought to you by a classic Chevrolet van. Richardson, man accused of participating in this month's deadly breach of the U. S. Capitol is being held without bond. The FBI says 34 year old Garrett Miller breached the capital and directed others to assassinate Congresswoman Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez After a hearing in a Dallas federal court, Miller's order to remain behind bars until trial. He said he had never been interested in politics until former President Trump touted claims of election fraud. He said Trump's statements made him believe the election was stolen. But with true No longer President Miller insisted he has no reason to follow his lead plate. Nevil, WB AP News A new mixed use development is moving forward in the Fort Worth Stop six neighborhood. Amy Connelly with Fort Worth Neighborhood services says This is part of a redevelopment program to bring Maura opportunities to the area, according to see more building permits issued in the neighborhood, more investment and single family housing, more business developments and Maura job growth among the resident. From the community, she says. Every year they planned and summary developments to the neighborhood. The first sight will start construction in the spring. Texas business Closing numbers on Wall Street The down finished down 30 points us to be 500 was up 14 NASDAQ was up 93 again. A high of 68. Partly cloudy 66 at DFW Airport News also brought to you by forward gun show. And the law offices of Nickname If from the W B a P News desk. I'm Mike trainer. Your next update, Is it 3 30 24 7 Coverage available at WB ap dot com. This'll is the news and talk of Texas. It's D FW's Court of public opinion with Rick Roberts. No, there's got to be a few 100.
"garrett miller" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Channel forecast for this Monday Partly cloudy this afternoon. A high of 74 right now. Mostly cloudy 66 degrees 7 33 at news radio 1200 W away. I What the hell is planning to deliver its impeachment article today to the Senate? The Senate's new majority leader, says he's ready to move forward with the trial. As the Senate receives the single impeachment article from the House of Representatives. Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer says healing and unity for the nation will only come if there is accountability, which this trial affords. And so way will move forward with the trial. It will be fair, but it will move at a relatively fast pace. The impeachment trial is set to begin on February 8th since former President Trump has left office. A conviction could lead to barring the former president from seeking any other federal office. Three North Texans accused of crimes of the capital riot on January 6 have court hearings today. The FBI says 34 year old Garrett Miller posted images online showing him inside the Capitol, investigators said. Miller also posted threats to kill a police officer in New York Congresswoman Alexandria across Theo Cortes 48 year old Guy. Rathod, who also appear in court today was reported to the FBI by his 18 year old son and 22 year old Nolan Cook of Fannin County, is the other North Texan who has a hearing today. A total of six North Texans are accused of crimes in the DC riot. President Biden is putting covert 19 travel restrictions were sited by former President Trump Back in place. Trump drop restrictions on travelers from Europe, the U. K and Brazil the days before he left office, But Biden will reverse that today. He's also adding South Africa to the travel ban list because of a particularly contagious Corona virus strain. Health officials worry the South African variant could be resistant against the vaccines currently being given Texas is suing the Biden administration over the paws on deportations. Attorney General Kim Paxton filed a lawsuit Friday claiming the 100 Day moratorium is unconstitutional and violate violates an agreement between Texas and the Department of Homeland Security, Paxton says when DHS fails to remove non citizens It's costly for the state. The federal judge did not indicate when he would provide a ruling on the request for a temporary restraining order. All the city of Indianapolis is in shock over a mass shooting that happened early Sunday morning, leaving six dead. What happened this morning was a mass murder anger coming from Indianapolis Mayor Jo Hogg set as he and police chief Randall Taylor updated people about the deadly shooting. A child was also found shot at the scene in the overnight hours and was taken to the hospital in critical condition. He's expected to survive what we saw this morning. Was a different kind of evil. What occurred this morning based on the evidence has been gathered so far. Was a mass murder chief, Taylor says. Among the dead are a pregnant woman and her unborn child. Investigators say This wasn't a random act starting this week. Travelers who have flights into the United States will need a negative covert test before they board the plane. The new CDC rules come on top of a mandatory mask mandate, which is something that flight attendant unions have been pushing for as a way to keep people safe know that when they get on any airline across the industry, there is a uniformed the policy. They have clear expectations of what those rules are. Hard short with the Texas based Association of Professional Flight Attendant says the lack of a mask mandate has created confusion on flights and lead the mid flight arguments. The testing requirements.
"garrett miller" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Daily lives. What can plot twists and surprise endings in movies? Tell us about the human mind all the time. We're making inferences. We're trying to make sense of the world and what stories? Diogo is. They play on these tendencies, the stories we tell and how they connect to our identities. First this news Live from NPR news. I'm nor Rahm. The impeachment charge against former President Trump is said to be delivered to the Senate tomorrow. MPR's Amy held reports, Democrats already have begun laying out their case. Trump incited insurrection in connection with the deadly attack on the capital earlier this month. Congressman Joaquin Castro Democrat from Texas, is one of nine House members presenting the case at the Senate trial beginning the week of February, 8th Castro tells NPR House prosecutors are already beginning their work. We're just focused on getting our case together is dividing up the responsibilities. I'm confident that we've got a strong case and that we can convince those senators, but it's unclear if enough Republicans could be convinced to convict which could bar Trump from holding future office. Conviction requires two thirds of the Senate and several Republicans oppose even holding the impeachment trial trumps second. At the same time, Democrats are trying to maintain a delicate balancing act as they worked to enact President Biden's agenda. Amy Health NPR NEWS. Three More Texans have been charged for their involvement in the attack on the Capitol this month, including a man accused of making online threats against a congresswoman. Texas Public Radio's Jerry Clayton has more, according to the U. S. Department of Justice. 34 year old Garrett Miller of Richardson was arrested last week and is now facing charges in U. S District Court. He appeared before a judge Friday. Miller posted several images and videos of himself inside the Capitol building during the siege. Investigators also found he called for the execution. Representative Alexandria of Cassio Cortez on Twitter. Hearing scheduled for Miller on Monday. He's one of about 120 people so far, who've been charged in connection with the insurrection at the U. S. Capitol building. I'm Jerry Clayton and San Antonio. The NFL's defending champion. Kansas City Chiefs are back in the Super Bowl. After beating the Buffalo Bills 38 to 24 in the A F C championship game today, the Chiefs will play the NFC champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl 55. For Tampa Bay quarterback Tom Brady will be his 10th title game. NPR's Tom Goldman reports Tampa Baby top seeded Green Bay, 31 to 26 in Sunday's NFC Championship game for first year quarterback Tom Brady. New team same and result in his previous years with New England. Brady led the Patriots to nine Super Bowls, winning six. Ladies Buccaneers now will make history the first team to have a home game in the Super Bowl. It will be played in two weeks at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium. Kansas City fell behind Buffalo Sunday nine to nothing but roared back for a comfortable win. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes passed for three touchdowns and showed no effects from the concussion he suffered a week ago. The Chiefs will try to become the first team since the 4 4005 Patriots to win two straight Super Bowls. Tom Goldman NPR NEWS This is NPR. Industry analysts say the average price of regular grade gasoline jumped 10 cents a gallon over the past two weeks. The Lundberg Survey says the average price is now $2.45 a gallon arise attributed to an increase in crude oil prices in November, the price is still 15 cents less than it was a year ago. In Portugal's presidential election, the conservative incumbent has been re elected for a second and final five year term with more than 60% of the vote. Alison Roberts reports from Lisbon president's Marcello Huh Bella, the salsa has secured another term in office with a share of the vote that was around five times that of his nearest rival, A seeker after consensus in his first term, he had the tacit backing of the Socialist government in this election, despite one of his six rivals being a prominent socialist But having faced some criticism that he gave the government to easier ride on its handling of the pandemic, he may now speak out. Mork if turnout held up against the back, drop off the pandemic, it main parts have been because the presence in the race of Andre Vin torta, leader of the populist party, sugar galvanized many to vote both for and against him for NPR news. I'm Allyson Roberts in Lisbon. The charity Oxfam is warning the Corona virus pandemic will lead to more global inequality and richer nations should act soon to counter act ever. That report says the richest people in the world already have recovered their losses. From the early days of the pandemic. While the poor will face years of hardship. Oxfam is calling for higher wealth, taxes and stronger protections for workers..
Man who stormed U.S. Capitol charged with threatening to assassinate Rep. Ocasio-Cortez
"34 year old it. Richardson, Texas man is accused of taking part in the capital riots and threatening New York Congresswoman Alexandria, A Casio Cortez, a Texas man accused of participating in the deadly U. S Capitol riots. Is now facing charges for allegedly posting online death threats against Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez Garrett Miller was arrested in texting Texas Wednesday and made his first court appearance Friday. He's facing several charges, including trespassing offenses and making death threats. Miller is also accused of threatening U. S. Capitol Police Officer Miller has a detention hearing coming up
"garrett miller" Discussed on WTOP
"Is being delivered by the new Democratic leadership in Washington, even as his administration struggles to get more vaccine tomb or people. President Biden also pleads with Americans. Medical experts say that by worrying mash my word mask from now until April, we will save more than 50,000 lives. Speaking by recorded video to a conference of mayors, Mr Biden also promised pandemic help for hard hit localities. We've already instructed the Fed Little emergency management agency FEMA to stand up the first federally supported community vaccination centers with the goal of 100 senators in the next month. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington and the new president is taking some action to extend a federally Vic Shin moratorium. It will give struggling renters time to take advantage of the $25 billion Federal assistance program designed to help people pay rent and utilities during the pandemic. Although needed, the moves are not nearly enough to cover the nation's growing background backlog. More than 10 million households in the U. S or about one quarter of the nation's renters are behind on rent, according to the most recent Census Household poll survey. A Moody's Analytics report this week shows that Americans over collective $57 billion in back rent as of this month. Typical delinquent renter owes $5600 as they're about four months behind. The most vulnerable renters, according to Moody's are between ages, 40 and 54 live in the Northeast Corridor, the South or California. Back. Piper CBS News, A 34 year old Texas man is under arrest for allegedly taking part in the storming of the U. S Capitol this month, then posting violent threats, including a call to assassinate Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez of New York. Prosecutors claim Garrett Miller posted photos and video on his social media that show him inside the Capitol during the January 6th riots. They also say he called for violence in his online posts, one of which simply red, assassinate AOC, a reference to the Progressive New York lawmaker. Attorney tells The Associated Press that Miller regrets the actions he took in a misguided effort to show his support for former President Trump. And former President Trump is reportedly threatening to start his own political party. In an effort to keep others in the Republican Party from expressing opposition to the former president. The Washington Post says he has toyed with the idea of starting up what he called the Patriot Party is. He also works to find challengers to Republican lawmakers who've spoken out against him in recent weeks. Just ahead on w T o p thousands arrested and violent protests in Russia. It's 11 33 high is China thing, cotton and people sometimes ask me what is the good feed store a shoe store? Respond. We're in art support store. Most people don't realize that we have four arches in each foot. Not only that, but there are 26 bones, 33 joints and over 100 tendons and ligaments in each foot. There's no way that a mass produced shoe is going to meet the specific needs of your feet. That's where we come in..
"garrett miller" Discussed on WTOP
"Annika Vela's our producer. Coming up. President Biden outlines more of his covert relief bill. New details about the extent of former President Trump's efforts to overturn the election results. The legacy of Mike Miller, in the words of his colleagues. He was meant to be president Senate in Annapolis on John Doman. 10 31. The new Democratic leadership in Washington is promising covert relief directly to cities and states. Pandemic economic fall out is hitting not only businesses and workers, both localities by pre recorded video President Biden spoke of money marked for state and local governments in his proposed covert relief bill $350 billion for state and local governments to keep educators first responders, cops, firefighters said on the job. Also addressing that same mayor's conference by videos. Senator Chuck Schumer begin my time to Senate Majority Leader. I will make it my mission to give our struggling communities and our cities no matter where they are, they hope they need to get through these hard times. 40. CBS NEWS Washington The U. S. Is nearing a total of 25 million Corona virus cases with more than 417,000 deaths. Amid that backdrop, comes more frustration about the distribution of the vaccines in need. Increasing as other highly contagious strains have now been detected. Relax this as health care workers worry about receiving their second does. I'm feeling so much frustration and so much anxiety of I trusted The officials. I was like, Okay, I am health care worker. I have been going to work every day. Covert is going crazy. But applying for the second vaccine has been a nightmare. This will be a critical week for California. The CDC says the state is nearly last in percentage of shots administered. CBS is Daniel Bacchus reporting from Los Angeles. Before leaving office. President Trump reportedly pressed the Justice Department to go directly to the Supreme Court to overturn the results of the election. Ah, former administration official tells The Wall Street Journal the president one of the United States to sue one or more states directly in the high court. Senior Justice Department officials, including then acting Attorney general, Jeffrey Rosen, former Attorney General William Barr and former Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall refused to file the Supreme Court case. Including that there was no basis to challenge the election outcome. 34 year old Texas man has been arrested for allegedly taking part in the storming of the U. S Capitol this month and posting violent threats, including a call to assassinate Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria, A Casio Cortez of New York. Prosecutors claim Garrett Miller posted photos and videos on social media that show him inside the Capitol during the January 6th riot. They also say he called for violence and online posts, including a tweet that simply red assassinate AOC. His lawyer says that Miller regrets the actions. He took quote in a misguided effort to show his support for former President Trump just ahead widespread protests in Russia this weekend. 10 34 Jonathan Cotton at the Good feed store, and you've heard me talk about how I love my good feed arch support so much that I bought the store. Well, it's true. I never had a product transform my life like good feed, Arch supports, But listen now to what some of your neighbors right here in the D C area are saying Robert says. I have had a hard time moving around, do the lower back problems for the first time in six years I ran around the store, Maria says. For the first time in forever, I was able to work most of the day on my feet without pain. I love these, Michael writes. I waited too long. The results of how much better I feel in such a short time is a blessing. Chrissy says. 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Yesterday, thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia and protest Ng, the jailing of opposition leader of that Alexey Navalny in the city of Tom's Protesters chanted Freedom! And Putin is a thief. Thousands were arrested across the country, including the vault his wife in Moscow. CBS is Adriana de as the U. S. Has condemned the arrests and the tactics used against the demonstrators. The top U. S Military Intelligence agency has acknowledged monitoring the location of US based mobile devices without a warrant..
"garrett miller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Vice president picked up the phone, and she called Um mayors from both parties across the country to preview the legislative package and shortages of the covert 19 vaccine remain a problem all across the country hospital health care facilities among many organizations scrambling to get more with the growing threat of a corona virus variant from the UK, which has now been detected in at least 22 states. CBS is Daniel Bacchus in Los Angeles. New York's governor warned against covert fatigue is he announced another 144 deaths across the state in one day. Don't get cocky with covert. Like so many states. New York is struggling with a shortfall in vaccine Governor Andrew Cuomo says New York gets 240,000 doses each week. It has seven million eligible essential workers in seniors. This is going to take us 15 16 17 weeks, a U. S official says about 200 out of the more than 25,000 National Guard members deployed to Washington. Tested positive for covert 19 overseas Israel expanding its battle against the pandemic, Israel is leading the world's fastest vaccination campaign that is now set to begin vaccinating high school students. The government calls that age group mega spreaders, says kids aged 10 to 19 make up 21% of known infections. Now the country has approved the vaccine for anyone over the age of 16. CBC's Maggie Ruli reporting a Texas man arrested for his role in the capital riot, also accused of posting a threat on social media to assassinate New York congresswoman Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez. Federal prosecutors have Garrett Miller was identified through several posts online in the days following the riot in one of those posts, prosecutors say, Miller said he quote Just wanted to incriminate myself a little. And quote AOC talked about her experience during the siege in an instagram live stream back on the 12th. I had a pretty traumatizing event happened to me. Jarod Miller was also seen on video of the capital rave carrying an American flag. Officials in Arizona investigating the cause of a deadly tour bus crashes it headed to a viewpoint of the Grand Canyon K L. A s televisions or Komano, according to the Mojave County Sheriff's Office. The Tour bus, which is managed by a Las Vegas based company, was carrying at least 48 people, including the driver when it rolled over and landed on its side. One person died at the scene. Kingman Regional Medical Center tells us A total of 44 people were brought to their facility. The identities of those involved have not been really A fire official on the scene said Speed may have been a factor in that accident. 7 51 let's go to the slopes. Hi, I'm Charlie Ross with the WBZ ski report. And we've reached prime time for skiing and riding whether it was the 2 to 3 Ft. Of natural snow that fell in the mountains during the past week or the big time snow making that has pats peak on 26 trails, rag amounts and open a bunch of new trails thanks to their snow making. Including black diamond showboat under their spear Mountain quad. One of my favorites 45 trails for Ragging Waterville Valley. 55 Slopes covered 26 miles for Bretton Woods with lots of glades for tree skiing, too. I'm Charlie Ross for WBZ. Boston's news radio. Make WBZ news radio part of your Morning routine alarm Set for 6 a.m. to WBZ news Radio 10 30 from my Heart Radio Mark speaker When you first wake up pretty easy radio in your car on the way to working for Getting your day started.
Texas man charged for alleged role in Capitol riots, online death threats to Ocasio-Cortez
"Arrest after violent threats fox news. I'm mary core city. Texas man is arrested accused of taking part in the capital riots and threatening new york representative alexandria ocasio cortez attack this man accused of participating in the deadly. Us capitol. riots is now facing charges for allegedly posting online death threats against congresswoman alexandria. Ocasio cortez garrett miller was arrested in texting texas wednesday and made his first court appearance friday. He's facing several charges including trespassing fences and making death. Threats miller is also accused of threatening. Us capitol police
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"I'm Sandy coz l, the local company that helps police departments nationwide closed dozens of cold cases. I'm John Doman. It's 10 31 CBS News Brief. President Joe Biden says more work is being done to distribute additional Corona virus vaccines already instructed the federal emergency agent of the Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA. Stand up the first federally supported community vaccination centers with the goal of 100 centers and next one the next month, former White House coronavirus coordinator Dr Deborah Berg's tell CBS news indication Is absolutely key. And so every time a statement was made by a political leader that wasn't consistent with public health needs that derailed our response, Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny remains in a Russian prison cell. The last communication from the Valley smuggled out of his detention center was ominous, essentially, he said. I am a sound mind. So if something happens to me, don't believe it was suicide Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer. CBS News Brief. I'm Lisa Matteo. It's 10 32 34 year old Texas man has been arrested for allegedly taking part in the storming of the U. S Capitol this month and posting violent threats, including a call to assassinate Democratic representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez of New York. Prosecutors claimed Garrett Miller posted photos and videos on his social media showing him inside the Capitol during the January 6th riots. They also say he called for violence in online posts, including a tweet that simply red assassinate a oh, See a reference to the Progressive New York lawmaker, Ocasio Cortez. Miller is scheduled for a detention hearing on Monday. His attorney tells The Associated Press that Miller regrets the actions he took in Ah, misguided effort to show his support for former President Trump and that he looks forward to putting all this behind him. The words of Donald Trump supporters who are accused of participating in the riot may end up being used against Trump in his Senate impeachment trial. At least five supporters facing federal charges have suggested they were taking orders from then President Trump when they stormed the building. But now those comments captured in interviews with reporters and federal agents are likely to take center stage is Democrats lay out their case. Ah House and Senate Democrats are calling for new national rules to shore up American democracy. After the tumultuous postelection period. The 2020 election featured rules changes aimed at easing voting during the Corona virus pandemic. But those were challenged by a flood of lawsuits from former President Trump and his allies, underscoring the differences from state to state mail in ballots do on Election day or just post sparked by then absentee voting allowed for all or just voters with an excuse. Same day or advanced only registration. The bill being offered by Democrats asserts Congress's constitutional authority to set the time place and manner of federal elections. National rules they say, would make voting more uniforms accessible and fair. Republicans reject many of the proposed reforms as federal overreach bent almost Washington coming up on w T o P. The pandemic has created a backlog of jury trials that just there won't soon be cleared up. It's 10 34. This is.
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"National Guard members who tested positive for covert 19 after being deployed to Washington, D. C will self isolate based on what is required by their home states Governors. That's according to a spokeswoman for the National Guard bureau between 152 100 National Guard members of tested positive for the virus after providing security for President Joe Biden's inauguration. That's less than 1% of the troops who were in Washington. Authorities have charged a 34 year old Texas man, Garrett Miller for his alleged role and storming the U. S Capitol and making death threats against Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez, authorities say Miller posted images on social media showing himself inside the Capitol during the riot. Calling for violence in online posts, including one that read. Quote. Assassinate AOC Wisconsin judge has modified the bond of the 18 year old who shot three people during unrest in Kenosha. Last year, the judge ruled. Kyle Rittenhouse cannot associate associate with known white supremacists and is barred from possessing and drinking alcohol and having guns. This after prosecutors say he visited a bar while out on bail and flash white power signs and photos. Britain House faces multiple charges for killing two people during that protest in Kenosha. He's expected back in court in March. Some bad news for the rest of us, but absolutely great news for the winner of the third largest lottery jackpot in U. S history. The $1 billion mega Millions Prize ticket was sold at a Kroger grocery store in Michigan. The world is remembering broadcast legend Larry King, whose death was announced today. The long time talk show host was.
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"Mr Biden provided update on his relief bill by video to the Conference of Mayors Winter meeting. It's been one year since China first went into quarantine this first anniversary of the lockdown. It's so jarringly normal with people out and about so different from the reality in the United States and so different from many countries around the world. CBS News is Remy Inocencio. Broadcast personality Larry King has died at the age of 87. Just what was it that made him this famous as King of Tom? Larry King did not do a lot of research and That kind of worked for him because he sounded like every man he sounded like the average person. Michael Harrison is the publisher of Talkers. CBS News Brief. I'm Lisa Matteo. It's 9 32, A Texas man is under arrest tonight for allegedly taking part in the storming in the U. S Capitol this month and posting violent threats. Including a call to assassinate Congresswoman Alexandria, A Casio Cortez 34 year old Garrett Miller is named in a five count federal complaint. Authorities allege the Miller posted photos and videos on his social media accounts that show him inside the Capitol during the riot. They also say he called for violence and online posts, including a tweet that simply red Assassinate AOC President Biden has also made his first calls to foreign leaders since taking office calls went to neighbors, Biden dialed up Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andre Manuel Lopez Obrador. The Friday calls come into strange moment for the U. S relationship with both hadn't spoke to Trudeau after the Canadian leader publicly expressed disappointment over Biden's decision to issue an executive order halting construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. The Trudeau also said the new U. S press It is much more aligned with Canadian values cannot depart. This conversation with his Mexican counterpart came a week after Lopez over door accused the U. S Drug Enforcement Administration of fabricating drug trafficking charges against the country's former defense secretary. And Thomas Washington. It's also been a very busy first few days on the job for President Joe Biden. President Biden getting right to work this week signing multiple executive orders focus on a number of different issues from the environment, immigration policies as well as the economy. On Friday, the president having a chance to sign two executive orders, he says he hopes will focus on helping Americans They're still struggling. During this pandemic. One focus on increasing federal food assistance for low income Americans, the other focused on developing ways to increase the minimum wage for federal workers, as well as contractors up to 15 bucks an hour. The president says he's executive orders. You're not going to be enough alone. He wants Congress to pass that $1.9 trillion stimulus package boxes marked MEREDITH Biden, planning to hold a conference call with Republican and Democrat leaders tomorrow to discuss a potential coronavirus released Bill federal judge issuing a temporary order requiring the Treasury Department to give former President Trump's personal lawyers 72 hours notice before providing Trump's tax returns. The House Democrats. The order was issued by Judge Trevor McFadden, who was appointed by President Trump. How Ways and Means Committee wants to get a look at the former president's taxes as part of an investigation. The order last until February 5th. The hearing on the taxes was requested by Trump's lawyers trying to get clarity on the lawsuit. It's seven make that 9 34, now in Washington. Get the top news.
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"Someone bought the ticket out of Kroger Store in Michigan. The ticket is worth a billion dollars. It's the third largest lottery jackpot in U. S history. Former President Trump's second impeachment trial has been scheduled for the second week of February. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says it would be unacceptable for President incite a riot and then not be held accountable. It will be a full trial. Will be a fair trial. But make no mistake. There will be a trial and when that trial ends, senators will have to decide. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will send over the impeachment article on Monday. Charges Trump with the incitement of insurrection for the attack on the Capitol. Florida's excuse me. Flowers have been laid to rest on Larry King Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. King died today at Cedars Sinai in L. A following a more than 50 year career of interviewing everyone. Presidents to movie stars to the Dalai Lama, My number one model. I never learned anything when I was talking King had been getting treatment for covert 19, but no cause of death has been released. King was 87, a man from Texas has been charged with threatening to assassinate New York Democratic representative Alexandra Cossio Cortez Garrett Miller was arrested earlier this week for participating in the storming of the U. S. Capitol on January 6th and tweeting assassinate AOC federal agents say Miller also posted that the officer who shot and killed a trump supporter deserves to die. A judge has modified modified bail conditions for 18 year old Kyle Rittenhouse, who's been charged with shooting and killing two people during a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Went house is free on $2 million bail. The judge granted a request to modify conditions from prosecutors after Rittenhouse was apparently Apparently flashed a gesture known to be used by white supremacists supremacists. The conditions will prohibit Rittenhouse from associating with known white supremacist drinking alcohol or having any weapons. A man in Texas has been arrested during a bizarre fast food run. Looks like ambulance. 82 was still in Birmingham. They stole the ambulance. Police in Houston say a man took a trip to a jack in the box for a late night snack in a stolen ambulance. Police say the man jumped in the ambulance and drove office. Paramedics responded to a call. Police dispatchers used the vehicle's GPS to track the driver,.
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"That's very hard, so we want to do it for them. To radio and media experts reflect on the life of Larry King. Michael Harrison is the publisher of Talkers, Talk to presidents with the same attitude that he talked to sports figures or just everyday people, and as a result, he had the gravitas and credibility to be able to pull it off. King was 87 2. Earthquakes have hit Chilean territory. Chili's Interior Ministry said. The first and an article was a magnitude 7.1. The second was a magnitude 5.6 and struck close to the Capitol Santa Ago. CBS News Brief. I'm Lisa Matteo. It's a 32 the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. He is being delayed the trials now expected to start in February. Through though the article of Impeachment will still be delivered to the Senate next week. We'll get more on this from W. T. O P S. Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. We all want to put this awful chapter In our nation's history behind US. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the article of impeachment will be transmitted to the Senate on Monday night. Lawmakers will then be sworn in for the trial on Tuesday, but the actual trial won't begin until February. 8th. President Biden had indicated he supported a delay in the trial as he moves forward on his administration's initiatives and works to get Cabinet nominees confirmed. Schumer says the delay doesn't mean that lawmakers won't seek to hold Donald Trump accountable for incitement of insurrection. The impeachment charge linked to the January 6th attack on the Capitol, healing and unity. Will on Lee Come if there is truth and accountability on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T O P News the words of Donald Trump supporters accused of participating in the deadly U. S Capitol riot Manda being used against Trump in his Senate impeachment trial. At least five supporters facing federal charges have suggested they were taking orders from then President Trump when they stormed the capital building. But now those comments, captured in interviews with reporters and federal agents are likely to take center stage is Democrats lay out their impeachment case. House and Senate Democrats are calling for new national rules to shore up American democracy after a tumultuous postelection period. The 2020 election featured rules changes aimed at easing voting during the Corona virus pandemic. But those were challenged by a flood of lawsuits from former President Trump and his allies, underscoring the differences from state to state. Mail in ballots do on Election day or just postmarked by then absentee voting allowed for all or just voters with an excuse same day or advanced only registration. The bill being offered by Democrats asserts Congress's constitutional authority to set the time place and manner of federal elections. National rules they say, would make voting more uniforms accessible and fair. Republicans reject many of the proposed reforms as federal overreach. Ben Thomas Washington A 34 year old Texas man has been arrested for allegedly taking part in the storming of the U. S capitol and posting violent threats, including a call to assassinate Democratic representative Alexandria, A Casio Cortez of New York. Prosecutors claim Garrett Miller posted photos and videos on a social media showing him inside the Capitol during the January 6 riots. And they say he called for violence in online posts, including a tweet that simply red assassinate AOC, a reference to the Progressive New York lawmaker Ocasio Cortez Miller, scheduled for a detention hearing on Monday. Still ahead on w T o P a little controversy over some changes President Biden made to the Oval Office. It's a 35. Your favorite things feel made for you. Your education should too. University of Maryland Global Campus, formerly University of Maryland University College was made to serve the.
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"You don't even have to be there for the pick up, Grab your title and call 877 Millwood That's 877 Melwood or go to melwood dot org's It's 7 34, a Texas man under arrest for allegedly taking part of the storming of the U. S capitalist month and posting violent threats, including a call to assassinate Congresswoman Alexandria, a Casio Cortez 34 year old Garrett Miller, his name that a five count federal complaint. Authorities allege the Miller posted photos and videos on his social media account that show him inside the Capitol during the riot. They also say he called for violence in online post, including a tweet that simply red assassinate NAOC. President Biden has been busy since taking office signing and number of executive orders biting getting right to work this week signing multiple executive orders focus on a number of different issues from the environment, immigration policies as well as the economy. On Friday, the president having a chance to sign two executive orders, he says he hopes will focus on helping Americans. They're still struggling during this pandemic. One focus on increasing federal food assistance. Low income Americans, the other focused on developing ways to increase the minimum wage for federal workers, as well as contractors up to 15 bucks an hour now, the president says he's executive orders. You're not going to be enough alone. He wants Congress to pass that $1.9 trillion stimulus package. His Fox is Mark MEREDITH. Biden is planning to hold a conference call with Republican and Democrat leaders tomorrow to discuss that potential coronavirus relief bill. President Biden has also made his first calls to foreign leaders since taking office. Those calls went to neighbors, Biden dialed up Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andre Manuel Lopez Obrador. The Friday calls come into strange moment for the U. S relationship with both spoke to Trudeau after the Canadian leader publicly expressed disappointment over Biden's Vision to issue an executive order halting construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. The true Go, also said the new U. S president is much more aligned with Canadian values cannot pardon. This conversation with his Mexican counterpart came a week after Lopez over door accused the U. S Drug Enforcement Administration of fabricating drug trafficking charges. Against the country's former defense secretary Ben Thomas, Washington coming up after traffic and whether a man.
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"A more than 50 year career of interviewing everyone from presidents to movie stars to the Dalai Lama, my number one model. I never learned anything. When I was talking King had been getting treatment for Cove. It 19 at Cedars Sinai, but no cause of death has been released. He was 87 1 of the stars of Barney Miller has died. Gregory Sierra, died earlier this month after battling cancer. He lived in Laguna Woods. His first break came on Sanford and son. He went on to play Sergeant Miguel Chano Arman Gwala on Barney Miller starting in 1975. He was 83. A man walking on the freeways been hit and killed by a car in downtown L. A. The 23 year old from Long Beach was hit in north bound lanes of the 1 10, just south of the 10 shortly before two this morning. The driver of the car that hit him was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. A man from Texas has been charged with threatening to assassinate New York Democratic representative Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez. Garrett Miller was arrested earlier this week for participating in the storming of the U. S Capitol in January. 6th and tweeting assassinate AOC Federal agents say. He also posted that the officer who shot and killed a trump supporter during the storming of the capital deserves to die. Former President Trump's second impeachment trials been scheduled for the second week of February. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says it would be unacceptable for a president to incite a riot and then not be held accountable. It will be a full trial. Will be a fair trial. But make no mistake. There will be a trial and when that trial ends, senators will have to decide. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will send over the impeachment article Monday. It charges Trump with incitement of insurrection for the attack on the capital. A judge has modified bail conditions for 18 year old Kyle written house who's been charged with shooting and killing two people during a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Over the summer. Rittenhouse is free on $2 million bail. The judge granted a request from prosecutors to keep written house from associating with known white supremacists, drinking alcohol or having weapons. Prosecutors made the request after Rittenhouse was seen at a bar and apparently flashed a gesture. Known to be used by white supremacists. More than 3000 people have been arrested in protests across Russia. ABC is Patrick reveal, says the protestors are demanding the release of Alex Navalny, the Putin critic poisoned with a nerve agent. Protests are one.
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"C at 4 11. Man from Texas is among the latest people to be charges storming the U. S. Capitol. Federal prosecutors say 34 year old Garrett Miller is not only accused of breaking into the building but also for making threats on social media to harm The U. S. Capitol police officer and death threats against Alexandria, a Casio Cortez, a Democratic representative from New York. Investigators also saying social media posts he took credit for storming the Capitol and one post said quote. Next time we bring the guns. His attorney tells the Dallas Morning News that Miller takes responsibility for his actions and that his comments reflect misguided political hyperbole that will not be repeated. More fall out from the incident, where hundreds of National Guardsmen were relocated to parking garages after Inauguration Day guard blames the Capitol police for the garage nephew. The police denied the accusation. President Biden reportedly called the National Guard chief to apologize over the incident. That's Fox is Lucas Tomlinson, who also says many guard members are leaving the D C area, but many will also remain. National Guard says It's cutting its forces from 26,000 down to 7000 by the end of the month that as many as 5000 whole brigade stay through minute March out of concerns. Some protesters might return that historic inauguration date of March forth before 1937 all presidents took office in March over 100 National Guardsmen deployed the Washington tested positive for the coronavirus. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, blasting the incident that happened in the parking garage and how guardsmen were relocated. Virginia State senator has publicly apologized, but she's still facing censure for things, she said and wrote before and after the capital. Right. Republican Senator Amanda Chase has spread unfounded claims that the presidential election was stolen and that members of Antifa stormed the capital. She also wrote on Facebook that Ashley Babbitt, the woman shot and killed by Capitol police was quote brutally murdered. Democrat, Senator John Bell sponsored a resolution to censure Chase but agreed to drop it if she would apologize and condemn the riot. In a floor speech yesterday, Chase said she had condemned the attack before and I will say it again. Today that I condemn violence that occurred at the Capitol. She also apologized to her colleagues. But Bell says Chase did not live up to their agreement. So the move to censure her will go forward on Twitter, Chase wrote. If she is censured, she will wear it like a badge of honor and use it to raise money for her campaign for governor. Michelle Bash. W T O P. NEWS You heard a lot of talk about how different the police respond to us to the January 6 right at the Capitol in comparison to Black lives matter. Protests last year Lafayette Square on this week's episode of W. T O P s podcast colors, a dialogue on race in America. With Chris Corange. AJ Green Rachel, chasing of The Washington Post two covered both events. Says what she saw when she arrived in the capital, told the story immediately think that just struck us again and again. It was just how incredibly different they were. And it sounds simple to say that it feels impossible to sort of overstate what they were wearing. Two was different. They weren't in riot gear it first They were just in their regular uniforms. And that's compared to Lafayette Square. You had police officers and law enforcement officials and riot gear. You had shields you have Fencing is just still vastly different. How? How prepared the two groups were for the two days? Hear.
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"Man from Texas is among the latest people to be charges storming the U. S. Capitol. Federal prosecutors say 34 year old Garrett Miller is not only accused of breaking into the building but also for making threats on social media to harm The U. S. Capitol police officer and death threats against Alexandria, a Casio Cortez, a Democratic representative from New York. Investigators also saying social media posts he took credit for storming the Capitol and one post said quote. Next time we bring the guns. His attorney tells the Dallas Morning News that Miller takes responsibility for his actions and that his comments reflect misguided political hyperbole that will not be repeated.