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Former Gitmo commander found guilty of obstructing justice in civilian's 2015 death

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 11 months ago

Former Gitmo commander found guilty of obstructing justice in civilian's 2015 death

"Two fifty a former Guantanamo commander is convicted of lying about a man's death navy captain John R. Nettleton former commander of the U. S. navy base at Guantanamo bay was convicted by a federal jury in Jacksonville Florida Friday of obstruction of justice concealing material facts falsifying records and making false statements he could get seventy five years in prison prosecutors accused Nettleton of impeding the investigation of the death of a civilian who was the husband of a woman with whom Nettleton was having an affair Christopher jurors body was found floating in waters off Guantanamo bay in January twenty fifteen an autopsy found died from drowning but his ribs had been fractured before he went into the water and his blood was found inside the entryway of metal tunes residents Nettleton was not charged enters

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Former Gitmo commander found guilty of obstructing justice in civilian's 2015 death

Live Abundant Radio

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Former Gitmo commander found guilty of obstructing justice in civilian's 2015 death

"A former Guantanamo bay commander is been convicted of lying about a man's death then John R. Nettleton the former commander of the U. S. navy base at Guantanamo bay was convicted by a federal jury in Jacksonville Florida Friday of obstruction of justice concealing material facts falsifying records and making false statements he could get seventy five years in prison prosecutors accused Nettleton of impeding the investigation of the death of a civilian who was the husband of a woman with whom Nettleton was having an affair Christopher jurors body was found floating in waters off Guantanamo bay in January

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Former Gitmo commander found guilty of obstructing justice in civilian's 2015 death

Radio Yesteryear

00:49 sec | 11 months ago

Former Gitmo commander found guilty of obstructing justice in civilian's 2015 death

"Former Guantanamo bay commander is convicted of lying about a man's death corresponded microchip has the details navy captain John R. Nettleton the former commander of the U. S. navy base at Guantanamo bay was convicted by a federal jury in Jacksonville Florida Friday of obstruction of justice concealing material facts falsifying records and making false statements he could get seventy five years in prison prosecutors accused Nettleton of impeding the investigation of the death of a civilian who was the husband of the woman with whom Nettleton was having an affair Christopher jurors body was found floating in waters off Guantanamo bay in January twenty fifteen an autopsy found died from drowning but his ribs had been fractured before he went into the water and his blood was found inside the entryway of Nettleton as residents Nettleton was not charged

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 What to make of the ISIS bride

Curtis Sliwa

12:42 min | 1 year ago

What to make of the ISIS bride

"A an ISIS bride has been married as many times as I have her name is holding isn't she? The hostess on the today show copy completely different same first name. Right. Yes. But I mean, so your name is Curtis. I if there was a serial killer named Curtis. Nobody's gonna confuse just wanted to clarify Hoda Muthana. She's twenty four years old. Did you say Putina Newton Mouton actually left Alabama four years ago? So she was a little Alabama girl when she was twenty years old. To go to an ISIS enclave in rock, Syria, and she got married, and then she that guy died says fighter and then she got married again in that guy died she got married again. Sweet. And she's got one child issue resulted those from the second husband quick, marriages curse, you know. What happens when you join ISIS, right? Yeah. Whether it is American aircraft rushing aircraft Syria craft. Yeah. Him away. They end up strafing you with that napalm and weapons of mass destruction you go right to Allah and the seventy two. Hoda, and you you I mean what happens? Well, the courage took her captive as they have the remaining women and children of the ISIS fighters, as you know, our allies share of home to this day. I still don't know who they are. Because there's so many of them, but we're prepared to get out, depression, and has shed we get not Assyria. I actually disagree with him on most issues, I'm in support of him on this. But he said to every country that had foreign fighters who came to sharia. And now, the Kurds are keeping them safe and secure. They can't do it anymore. You're going to have to take your own ISIS fighters back, or at least the remaining women and children. And I understand that and Muthana wants to come home. She wants to come back to the United States, despite the fact that she called for the spilling of all the blood. She calls for terror attacks to be launched at Memorial Day events you wanted people to be run over. She wanted people to be. Slaughtered. Their necks slashed here in the United States. She was calling for a wedge Jiangyin spokespersons for her family that would like her to come home to sweet home, Alabama to the state of judge ROY Moore made their plea to all of us through their family spokesperson, recruiters were basically, grooming. Her for this the cut off from her friends from her family from her Moscow. And that does happen. I mean that that does happen. But the fact is that she was a teenager when I was a teenager. I know the difference between right and wrong. And so they're they're trying to say that. Oh, she was brainwashed. I figure out. Well, she deserves to come back and what live her life. Okay. What? No, no, no, no. You don't go. You don't go. Nineteen at the time. Okay. Let's see if we can listen to the young lady herself described to a British media outlet. Why it is she wants to come home? And why it is. She wants all of you out there listening to forgive her. And to give her a second chance. I don't know. I thought I was doing things correctly for the sake of God. And when I came here, and I saw everything with my own eyes. I realize that. Mistake and. My teacher deeply deeply her son's future. So she'd she says it she when she got there. She didn't realize so she didn't know anything about the beheadings the mass beheadings with the guys that were down on their knees and the orange jumpsuits and all that she she just didn't know anything about that. I beg to differ. He's a liar. Hold on. Would you give her an opportunity to make her plea because she's also making a plea not just on behalf of herself. But her eighteen month old Johnny the child's child's fault been planning literally planning to go from once. I got hurt twice money. And I was so scared. I broke my phone from what I heard if they if they were to read my messages, I would have been capable. She she she says towards the end I've as we're moving in she tried to escape to grips of ISIS after her husband's kept on getting blown into pieces. I'm sure that she was probably thinking, maybe not the best place to be Alabama's not looking so bad. Now. What would you do? Ladies and gentlemen, we have to take her back, president has shed. We're out of there. And he's told all of our allies from Europe. Hey, you're gonna have to take your ISIS fighters back their wives their children and figure out what to do with them. What would you do with this young lady young lady who has an eighteen month old, Sean she wants to come to Alabama? What do we do with her? What are we going to do with people here who have husbands that go on these horrible, you know, shooting sprees and murder sprees and they're involved with it. I mean, you boy she's part of that. She's an accomplished to this. She's an accomplished having people, tortured and beheaded. I mean, she she's not innocent. Wait, wait, wait. She said can I quote, what she is shed. And she is released this to the world, not just the United States. She has said, please, please forgive me for having been so ignorant. Hey, I was really young ignorant, and I was nineteen when I decided to leave nineteen is not young nineteen is drinking age nineteen year going to college. I believe that America give second chances. I wanna return on never go back to the Middle East. America can take my passport, and I wouldn't mind in the bit. My god. If I cannot imagine anybody who thinks that it's okay for this girl to come back and just go on like she lived before that. That's outrageous. All right. Well, we'll leave it up to a vast audience. One eight hundred eighty eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two this Andrew in queens. Welcome the Kurdish and Juliette Honey he on WABC. Why think hedgerow was there? Let's go to Chris. Who's actually calling from New Jersey? Welcome the WABC, Chris. Hey, guys. So I think what they should do it. There's one pick that child away from her. Of course, put it up for adoption and have her give her testimony with the noose around her neck and her dangling feet in the air. No, no, no, hold on. Chris no-one said she killed anyone. Went over there to court ISIS. We have. It was a guy would we say? That's okay. Well, we we have them in Gitmo. We haven't we haven't put in front of a firing line. People are animal we have in killed anyone responsible for nine eleven. We haven't killed anyone that we battled in Afghanistan. We caught him. And we put him in Gitmo doesn't mean they don't deserve it. I know, but you're suggesting that she be put in front of the firing squad. Well, kill anybody. She anybody. Fear coast big tingling for life. That's what I was gonna let me let me tell you. This is what she said in in two thousand fifteen she went on her little social media posts. And she said you have much to do while you live under our greatest enemy enough of your sleeping, go on drive bys spill all of their blood or rent a big truck, you know, appealing to her ISIS supporters potentially here in the United States renovate truck and drive over them. Veterans patriots Memorial Day parade go on drive bys and spill all of their blood in the next two years Curtis. You know, what happened in December twenty fifteen fourteen people were killed twenty wounded when a guy attacked a holiday party out in California. Then in two thousand sixteen Omar Mateen, shot forty nine people in their Orlando night. You suggest somehow they will listening to this nineteen year old. I think that's the whole point of. That's the whole point of these people from the United States and other European countries going over and joining ISIS, that's the whole point there. Whatever price to pay, but we haven't killed any of the males who actually killed Americans and others. As far as we know. She didn't kill anybody. And this guy is suggesting should be putting firing squad but adopted kid naturally. Adopt. Take the kid we take the kids fault. Let's go. If we can the Mike was calling from queens walk the Kurdish and Juliet Huddy here on WABC, Mikey. Mike. We're having a bit of a problem here. Let's go to Larry in Brooklyn. Welcome the WABC. First of all Kurdish. She never heard of a firing squad for treason, but second of all what I would do is. I would take a back and give it a title recreation counselor. Okay. Let let a lay down to every convict doing lights in Florence max. And Colorado, if she laid down for ISIS, you could lay down for them to oh man for El Chapo, Pablo shorty goose mine who will be going in foreign this. Well, why would we want to reward them? Why would I want this? I think they're overly cooped up. That's why I don't think twenty three hours a day. And a shell is humane. I think it's more you made the put this woman in front of a firing squad. Wow. Keep it L shop in in in a in a hole for twenty three hours. I don't have a problem with not being humane, El Chapo in this girl. You realize we haven't done anything to any of the males who actually killed people plotted planned organized. She came back here that we should put her into supermax because I do I want to say why not. You wouldn't put them in supermax thinks she's a danger to society leads. Are you joking? She sought there rented telling people telling her followers here or anybody that she could try to entice with the wonderful life ISIS out there. She told him to spill their blood in the name of ISIS and kill Americans patriots veterans. So what are you gonna do Senate Gitmo? I don't believe they have any females on Gitmo stand to be correct. Bring her over to supermax Florence Colorado. That. It'll sell for twenty three hours a day. The problem with that. Let's go to E. Welcome to Curtis said, Juliet Huddy he on WABC in high. I just like to say that she can't come back here. If the military handle it that's one thing, but we have politicians, and we got lawyers that a lawyer Harrap in an instant, and what should happen to these ISIS people's one or two things hand them over to Assad number one. And I don't care what from Britain the British UK America wherever they're from. If they if they did that or the next best better. She just bring him back. Let's use a boat you keep them on the boat. And with us, the most shocks and yo-. Right. Well, Ian, you can't hand them over the Assad. You know that and. Like, I said we only have to date one person we're taking back the rest of the world is taking back multiple fighters who left their country. So they have a bigger problem. So far, it's just this one woman, and you're acting as if she's coming. There's tens of thousands of women who joined the breathing and no more. I don't need tax dollars going towards funding heart when she comes back here. I don't need a jail cell Fredin three hawks and a cot every day. She didn't kill anybody. You realize that? With the terrorists. What curtis? I'm hearing we we have serial killers. We have women who have been serial killer who are not put to death eventually killed people. And we feed them. We take care of all they were meant we had a previous caller, and he's treason, treason, you're fighting for the enemy, it's treason. So what do you do then use? Well, you what what what do we do for treasonous shoot? And kill the mother of the kid. I you sound like you have a problem with this. This is a month. We haven't done that to any of the men we had let's start to leave. Collegiate Mohammed the mastermind of the nine eleven attack. Right. He's the one who convinced Osama bin Laden, you can do it. He's in. Now. You know, he's got his beard. It's orange now these colorful. She's got a little screwy as anybody we go with him. We haven't put in the death. You want to kill her. Let's go to Ray who's calling from Long Island city welcomed the Kurdish and Juliet Huddy Ray. Let me tell you something my two things.

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K-Pop band BTS apologizes for boy-band members' atomic-bomb shirts, swastika hat

PRI's The World

01:30 min | 2 years ago

K-Pop band BTS apologizes for boy-band members' atomic-bomb shirts, swastika hat

"Over two weeks ago on October twenty ninth a seemingly routine lion air flight took off from Jakarta, Indonesia, thirteen minutes later, the Boeing seven three seven crashed into the ocean. There were no survivors. Now experts say Boeing withheld information from the pilots that may have contributed to the crash. Dennis Taylor is a seven three seven pilot. And spokesman for the pilot's union. At American Airlines, I asked him to explain what may have happened in the lion air cockpit. If I take what Boeing has described to us. They've linked the lion air crash to in aronie a away gauge alays the angle of attack gauge instrument that's on all aircraft. And that is the truest measure of what the wing is doing when this gauge fails, it triggers, an incredible amount of alerts and things that get pilots attention. But for the wrong reason, so confusion probably reigned really high in the carpet. You know, there's a human component, you know, just Amelie. Okay. Here's what we have. There's moments of processing what's going on while that's happening as described by bowling, and the FAA the aircraft is starting to take control of itself when that data stream that gauge is in sending proper signals that could trigger a nother automated system that we were not aware of that automatically induces the nose down direction without pilot input in a way that is completely counter to the actual condition of the aircraft in

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"gitmo" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on PRI's The World

"They do not want them going to you know, a portion of the world where there's US forces. This man was held. The the tensions onto here at one time. Obey he was forced fed he made clear his enmity to wards the US military and the goal of these resettlements were to make sure people didn't end up in countries where there were US forces. And the other thing is is that we didn't find that. Every case was disaster. We didn't climb it it, you know, in all these instances, people return to the battlefield what we learned is that some of these deals made by the Obama administration were well intentions, but to countries that were completely culturally compatible, these are Muslim men for Middle East countries who may speak English, you know, don't speak most of the European languages, and in some instances, they just couldn't figure out how to absorb, you know, Carol, I keep thinking this thing. Trump said on the campaign trail this morning. I watched President Obama talking about Gitmo Guantanamo Bay. Which by the way, which by the way, we are keeping open with keeping. And we'll get a load it up with some bad dudes polygamy. We'll get a load it up. Yes. Oh, Carol with former detainees no longer on our radar screen with his office close. What's it like to be in Guantanamo right now, you know, it sometimes feels like the forgotten end of the earth? People don't really remember that there's a terror prison down here. And especially I have to say for those five Ben who in the prison who are cleared to go. It must feel especially so. Carol Rosenberg reports on Guantanamo Bay for McClatchy which owns the Miami Herald, she's been speaking with us from Guantanamo Carol. It's always good to speak with you. Thanks for your time. Thank you. Mark the prison in Guantanamo was set up to keep terror suspects out of the United States and out of the US court system won't concern being that if the detainees were tried in the US, they could become a security risk the secretary of homeland security overseas a lot of the country's safety. The current secretary to Nielsen is reported to be on the outs with President Trump. Why? Julia Qaim is here to explain Cayenne was a homeland security official under President Obama. We used to think during the campaign that the president's talk of a wall was, you know, just as sort of, you know, he didn't really believe in the wall. He couldn't think that immigration enforcement was that easy. And I think it turns out that he actually believes that. And so the challenges of enforcing a border and having lawful migration at the same time make him unhappy. And so he's focusing his. Are on secretary Nielsen. It's still kinda surprising because Nielsen has gone to the met for President Trump last June at the height of the White House is family separation policy on the on the US Mexico border and many Americans calling the policy in Hugh main and cruel and many of them fought Nielsen wasn't personally going to support it. But publicly she came out swinging congress and the courts created this problem in congress alone can fix it until then we will enforce every law. We have on the books to defend the sovereignty and security of the United States. Juliet AM was neilson's defence of the child separation policy. Believable know, she lied then. And she actually ended up having to I guess when we say unli- what she was saying at that moment secretary Nielsen became the spokesperson the enforcer, the enabler of the family separation policy. She denied to the American public that there was in fact, a policy even though everyone knew that there was and she failed. In basic management skills to properly assess and document where these children were going. So that when unification was necessary, we would know where the children are. It was so bad as just a pure management issue that almost several months since the separation policy ended there, so at least about one hundred children who are not unified. So there are these reports you may have seen that Trump is actually be rated Nielsen during cabinet meetings and actually started calling her a bushy. Yeah. What's that about? Well, she had been affiliated with the George Bush administration. She had served and the homeland security staff at the national Security Council. She had been criticized for some of her responsibilities during the Hurricane Katrina response and his frustration with the inability to get money for the wall..

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"gitmo" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I'm Marco werman. The Trump administration shut down an office that used to keep track of former Gitmo detainees after their release. Now, it's not clear where some of the former detainees our office had really done crucial work making sure that people they could in other countries or getting what they needed so that they return to the battlefield one of those ex inmates was tracked down in Syria and later Boeing added a new safety feature to its planes. But didn't tell the pilots bowling said. We did not feel that the average pilot would be served if he was inundated with this information. The result was a crash in Indonesia be blunt our lives, and our passengers that we protect every day count. Honestly airplane those stories today on the world. I'm Marco werman Andrew with the world. Good to have you with us. When's the last time you heard about get mo-? It's been a while. Right. Get mo- is the American military prison in Guantanamo Bay Cuba where the US terrorism suspects in the years after nine eleven including the accused mastermind of the two thousand one terrorist attacks holid- shake Mohammed. He's still get MO along with a couple of other dozen detainees, but hundreds of other former inmates are gone released under the Obama administration as our partners at frontline reported last year. The detainees have been scattered around the globe taking in under secret deals bodyguard for Osama bin Laden is now free after being held for fourteen years. None of the officials involved in these deals. We'll discuss the details. But most of the detainees were sent to Arab countries. Many of those former detainees were repatriated to their home countries. But some were not they were sent instead to third countries that agreed to take them in after negotiations with Washington, the US government used to have an office that kept track of release Guantanamo detainees. But last year, the Trump administration shut it down. Carol Rosenberg of McClatchy has been looking at what's happened to the former detainees since that office was closed. We reached her today in Guantanamo authors had really done crucial work throughout the Obama administration following up on the transfers keeping in touch with government coordinating through the Red Cross making sure that people they put in other countries to give them a new star. Life. We're getting what they need. So that they return to the battlefield and then based on our investigation, the Trump administration lost track of some of them. And we found a couple I want to hear about some of the stories, but just give us a big picture. What did you find? The first thing we found is that there was no one Trump administration to talk to about the follow up. We found that attorneys for these men who are trying to improve arrangements for the men who'd been settled, particularly in Europe. No one on the other end of the phone. We found that the Red Cross was probably filling the breach, but we got no response from the State Department when we would ask about what happened to these people the intelligence community went dark. So we went about trying to track them down ourselves. One of the things. I did is. I went and spoke to the former special envoy for the closure of one ton of mental ambassador Li will ask who had a raise these deals. He said it's one thing for them to decide not to transfer. There's right or wrong. But the office had been following up on these deals, and what he found was when he returned to private life as an attorney in New York City people were calling him to try to solve problems with transfers because there was no one on the other end of the phone at the State Department. He said they called him because they couldn't find anyone. So let's talk about a few examples. There's former captive Abu wile Diab. He's Syrian was released and was living in Uruguay until last summer. Then what happened to him? He vanished. The Uruguayan said that they had established that he walked across the frontier to Brazil and caught a flight the Turkey Syrian intelligence established that he was in south central Turkey, and they say going in and out of it lip Syria. Which as we say in the article is like the perfect storm of what the US does not want for a former Guantanamo detainee..

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Jon Stewart Calls Out Trump For His 'Gleeful Cruelty And Dickishness'

Rush Limbaugh

01:54 min | 2 years ago

Jon Stewart Calls Out Trump For His 'Gleeful Cruelty And Dickishness'

"Free all day long some rite aid storefronts in san diego hollywood and long beach right eight employees say the intended audience is not the customers does it and this is not the first time there's been done they had done it they put classical music out there and hope it drives away people who hate it make it uncomfortable audio warfare so rite aid has been testing since early this year whether playing just a few of the manilow songs cuts down on the riffraff they just play over and over it's kind of like what they do i think it'd get gitmo isn't it the make it less comfortable they figure it would deter loiterers and panhandlers so far they say the plan has worked but it's mystified and annoyed neighbors and shoppers who have been belting out their own feelings to store managers and on youtube and everything else people are worried about the moved into place in long beach this lisa masters detective said that she worried about the noise and local bar scene and said she heard barry manilow at all hours atop value well she needed a valium top volume so that'll make a grown man cry meanwhile jon stewart did they play the distinct breath because he was in that mood last he showed up in one of those kind of used to be funny moments on colbert both of them are a co baron steward you're very funny it's just hard to tell but here's john stewart addressing the president last night just showed up surprises the crowd michael moore talking about rising up donald hello to me guy made sure everyone knew was jewish on twitter i know you're upset about all the criticism even taken in the fake news fake late night shows it's just still having a little trouble adjusting to your presidency as it goes into its five hundred year.

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"gitmo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On the travel ban ki and he was very reluctant in his concurrence to side with the narrow majority in that case but he has been a fifth vote to hold on presidential power and he wrote the barbadian decision on the gitmo detainees giving them the right to habeas corpus has been a critical fifth vote reining in presidential powers on on on the gitmo detainees in with regard to the patriot act not just on president obama but i'm president bush before him so that is going to be very very critically important arena and i'm gonna guess anybody that president trump nominates will give him expansive presidential powers and presidents to come but how far because trump we often see as a wanna be authoritarian hold that thought thought for a minute on terrorism and also the russia investigation because before we lose the thread on abortion i wanna take a caller who's very relevant to that and it's garin in brooklyn guarantee thank you so much for calling in hi how are you so yeah i just wanted to sort of share some perspective and talk about what roe v wade does because a lot of people are framing this issue with regard to you know how it will affect roe v wade sarobi way doesn't really give us the right to an abortion it limits what shapes can do to restrict abortion and and you know it's row and companion cases so a lot of what actually affects your right to get an abortion is state law as as we were talking about it and you had forgive me time is short you had a story that you watch it to tell about your wife right yes my wife and i found out at thirty weeks that are pregnancy was not viable and again we live in new york the new the the cutoff in new york due to a state law which is actually unconstitutional due to the roe v wade ruling state law limits your ability to get an abortion after twenty four weeks even in cases where the fetus is not viable or where the the health of the patient is threatened so again those those those exceptions are protected by a row but new york state law predates row so for instance in new york that big thing we need to do is fix our state law decriminalise abortion if roe fell today it would not affect new yorkers because we are already due to a state law you know not allowed to access abortion after twenty three twenty four weeks and i guess i would have to confirm whether that's the actual limited new york but you're certainly making the point and in very personal terms with your wife having to go to colorado to get the abortion and in her case in your case how much it would be state by state the more the supreme court backs backs off i just want to ask before we run out of time about trump's authoritarian tendencies and the supreme court because i can imagine trump asking his advisers today alexander who on this list of twenty five is going to be loyal to.

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"gitmo" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"They were dancing in jersey city they said that's what that asshole said it goes on and on and on and look this guy's not even on and on and on and on so after the gitmo threat he he allows them to check in and then at the end of this sequence he just goes trash white which is kind of getting wrong trying to call them white trash which is you know what does movie gives his good of the gets right like everyone getting in on this guy got shit on for ten minutes he said one in salt wrong real white trash what is searing burn yeah in reality would be like you oh okay you fat buck in weirdo i would love to later in the movie this dude had an opportunity to kick larry the cable guy and the dick that'd be fucking off like here's your wakeup call motherfucker slam so they go they go back to the room he gets her dinner he's eating chicken or whatever easy she's got the lion of the movie right here y'all oh oh yeah well there's two lines of the movie one we've passed over but it's it's kodo i got a legitimate laugh or he says kiss my black gas very great then here where like he's cup this fucking dip shit dinner and whatnot and she goes stop trying to be romantic shrek amazing i had another legitimate laugh there looks like sure because it does he does he does he looked like cross between shrek and casper ghosts.

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"gitmo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"On talk radio five sixty radio these are harley he has the morning off but he's back tomorrow i'm gary mcnamara well i guess a tweet of the day would have to come from tom cotton and and this is after the story came out yesterday was partly a new york times story that wrote that mohammed atta the mastermind behind the nine eleven attacks who was in gitmo had asked a military judge to share six paragraphs of information on the nomination of gina has built to be c i a director and so he apparently would like to brief congress about her tom cotton from arkansas had this to say khalid sheikh mohammed the nine eleven mastermind can testify to the intelligence committee after every nine eleven widow widower and child testifies about what they think of him and jean hess bill and the cia until then he can rot at gitmo and then he can rotten hell mohammed currently resides at the us detention facility in guantanamo bay so senator cotton firmly in the no group on on that one is you know she has been covert most of her cia a career and i don't know has any as any democrat jumped on that i that would be dangerous territory to jump on the fact yeah i think that khalid sheikh mohammed should be able to testify on the new cia director remember it's trump c i director so yeah the mastermind line eleven should i don't believe but any democrat come out and support this.

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Groupon, Tiffany Haddish and Konya discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Groupon, Tiffany Haddish and Konya discussed on 24 Hour News

"Live looking for that missing springtime in mid town wins news time five thirty five the crowd at the president's weekend rally broke into chance of nobel nobel and now a group of house republicans is lobbying for president trump to get the nobel peace prize for bringing peace to the korean peninsula the gop congress members are sending a letter to the norwegian nobel committee writing peace through strength policies are working bringing north korea to the negotiating table the number of gitmo detainees is down for the first time since president trump took office the defense department announces and al qaeda terrorists has been transferred out bringing the number of detainees in guangdong mm obey to forty the e coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce has turned deadly here's jan johnson the nation's health watchers say one person has died and the total number of states involved as twentyfive the number of illnesses linked to tainted romaine from the yuma arizona growing region has kind do one hundred twenty one health officials are still investigating but the centers for disease control has left this advice in place don't eat or serve any kind of romaine including whole heads hearts and salad mixes with romain unless you're sure it did not come from the yuma area the death was reported in california twenty five states including new york and new jersey have reported illnesses from e coli wins news time five thirty seven and repercussions from the konya controversy next in ten ten wins entertain i'm tiffany haddish and i used groupon so much they made me to spokesperson this mother's day use groupon change the mom look you know the look you get mom says i'm not met just disappointing with groupon you can change the mom look by giving her something she actually wants this mother's day time with their family.

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Jeff Sessions says DOJ will move more prosecutors, judges to border

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Jeff Sessions says DOJ will move more prosecutors, judges to border

"He's joining us on the phone from michigan as he said he's been not shorting the stock tesla shares as i mentioned they've been bouncing around and they are now just up about half a percent here in the after hours back to roll the national news headlines and to nathan hager in our bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in washington dc nathan carroll tuykov is out emmett flood is in president trump is shaking up the top of his legal team in special counsel robert muller's russia investigation flood represented then president bill clinton in his impeachment proceeding cobb commented on the pick shortly before it was made official in an interview with abc news i haven't had any discussions he's a very highly regarded lawyer i assume as portfolio somewhat broader than mine statement white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says flood will represent the president and the administration in the quote russia witchhunt end quote attorney general jeff sessions is sending thirty five federal prosecutors in eighteen immigration judges to the border their goal to help deal with that caravan of about two hundred mostly central american asylum seekers who are now being processed in southern california these are supervisory judges that don't have existing cape caseloads in we'll be able to function fulltime or moving these cases that's we'll be about a fifty percent increase in the number of immigration judges will be handling asylum playing session says the world should know the us has a generous legal system for immigration but he says people need to wait their turn just in the associated press is reporting the us is sending a prisoner from guantanamo bay to saudi arabia to serve the rest of his thirteen year sentence so the first gitmo detainees to leave under president trump global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts from more than one hundred twenty.

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"gitmo" Discussed on The MILO Show

The MILO Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on The MILO Show

"But some good stuff is happening on his wash let's put it like that so he's really it'll off and israel undoubtedly unquestionably the only guy who could have got that tax bill through some good things are happening and the best picture of the night is the congressional black caucus who editing that looking like they want to kill themselves as trump proudly announces that blood burial look at them look at them the desperately miserable that blacks in america or finally off welfare shells you really need to know about their priorities at the congressional black caucus is sitting there desperately unhappy is trump announces that black unemployment is at the lowest levels ever recorded lowest levels for decades now variety of reasons why that's happening but it is obviously not unconnected to the millions of new jobs created in the new optimism in the economy that's been brought about by the trump presidency so they're they're up a seat desperately miserable about that now in this special guantanamo bay appreciation episode you've got stories about people who belong there and we're going to be hearing from somebody who worked at guantanamo bay of course is a beautiful this time of year if you've ever been to cuba and are bad asked military cia agents cia agents can put the waterboard down for a minute go and enjoy the weather you've earned it you deserve it of course trump is continuing obama's legacy of keeping gitmo opet and dumb reaffirming its his commitment to that detention center for for bad dudes for the worst people in the world which is.

"gitmo" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on On The Media

"If there's one thing that all of these years of looking at censored documents about one tana mo has taught me it's that those reductions exist primarily to keep information from us the american people the process of the last fifteen years since the beginning of the torture program has really been of trying to tear down these walls of censorship that had been built specifically to screen from the american people the crimes that have been done to this day no writer journalist has ever been able to speak with a prisoner while they're in guantanamo i could have no communication with muhammadu while i was working with the original manuscript and he was still in prison the american public should be asking the question will wait what am i not being allowed to see here you know larry slavery is over but it is an over it continues to reside in history and in the collective consciousness the trail of tears over but not over to ski over button dover mccarthyism all of these horrific chapters of american history and guantanamo which seems to belong in that conversation of our darkest moments it seems to me already to be fading from the public consciousness it does seem to me that we have a unique cultural challenge when it comes to accountability i think it's partly because we're a country that was founded on this notion of looking forward not backwards but we have compiled an accumulated many many layers of secrets and crimes over the years that we've not fully addressed and we have not learned how important the process of addressing them is for us as individuals and as a culture so i am worried about guantanamo on forty one men are still incarcerated there thousands of american men and women are working there and like you say most of the country is not even thinking about it we should do better in confronting our mistakes because it will make us stronger these crimes are damaging to our character and to our soul the process of illuminating starkness is one of repairing something in ourselves larry thank you.

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"gitmo" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on On The Media

"With support it w in why see studios in his first state of the union this week donald j trump made good on his campaign promises to rescind his predecessors order to close guantanamo bay and instead quote fill it with bad dudes i just signed prior to walking in an order directing secretary mattis do reexamine our military detention policy and to keep open the detention facilities in guantanamo bay the prison camp was first established in two thousand into and for many years lawyers representing the inmates and journalists trying to report on them were kept in the dark about gitmo operations but in 2015 the world did get a peek inside the prison with the publication of guantanamo diary the heavily redacted account of interrogation imprisonment and torture ridden by inmate muhammadu slobby a twenty nine year old mauritanian engineer sly he was first detained in the year two thousand for his suppose it connections to the millennium bomb plot though quickly cleared in that matter if he was nonetheless kept in custody at the prison for fourteen years writer and human rights activist larry seems edited the book ahmadou wrote 'while imprisoned a year later slow he was finally released and he in seems spent months under redacting the manuscript when i spoke to seems last fall i asked him to explain why slot he was originally suspected of trying to blow up la x airport he briefly moved to canada in 1999 got there just about the time that this guy named ahmad ressam was caught coming into the united states with the trunk load of explosives to try to blow up la airport and because they had gone to the same mosque muhammadu fell under suspicion he actually was living working peacefully in mauritania through nine eleven after nine eleven the united states picked up muhammadu and then on november 20th two thousand and one put him on a rendition plain to jordan and that began his ordeal in us custody fourteen years in guantanamo with neither evidence nor even a theory of connection to terrorism or anything else on toured he wasn't just mistreated treated in one tunnel he was one of the two most tortured people in guantanamo uh torture that included extreme.

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"gitmo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"On talk radio vij 60 cancer all appeared before we get to this next caller i just gotta tell you if if if the skies are clear where you live at her on the west coast of just saying before 600 seven there's there's a there's a lunar eclipse taking place it's just flip an awesome um it's first luder clip since september 2015 it's also taking place during a super moon which means that buddhist culture the earth unusual so it's a little bigger a little brighter than the average anyway it's it's awesome too stiff you get a chance if you get a chance at i'm hoping you will cages take a peek outdoors um and if you happen to miss this next interview that's okay 'cause we at the podcast the bear the podcast way up and 603 anywhere that said i i'm so excited last night during the state of the union donald trump talked about gitmo he wants to keep guantanamo bay open he signed an executive order to keep open this detention facility for suspected terrorists at the us naval base in guantanamo bay cuba and um he said quote i'm also asking congress to ensure that the fight against isis or al qaeda that we could to have all the necessary power to detain terrorists wherever we chased them down and wherever we find them at for many cases for them it's now going to be guantanamo bay okay so with that in mind gitmo jim as we like to call him is checked in gm it has become a friend he's a case of a listener gitmo gm used to work at guantanamo in intelligence good morning to you jim how're you doing although a bit i got i got to tell you why earth that speech as he quotas outline i said i got a call bryant the forty well good potential providence chilly it worked out i really so thrill okay yes as you should be now at gm because you worked there because you've seen these bad guys up close and personal why did you explain to our audience why gitmo is a good idea and maybe also you could explain to our listeners how those prisoners of the detainees at get more treated.

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"gitmo" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on WCTC

"Look at it now if you look at how he has evolved that now he is in you know he identified the problem in the campaign which by the way nobody else did before democrats the problem is race uh the transgender and now trans racial movement uh in in in the country trained in climate change f oh and abortion run an and that it that when you look at okay would americans exit think the biggest problems are they don't appear in the top twenty trump won because he first identified the problems at americans went at least somebody could identify the problems okay now was working towards a solution and now trump is in the solution stage whether you agree with what is solutions are going to be or not that's how he is worked through and so i believe that the state of the union address has help him to solidify his base and probably is nificant number of independents who have said okay k like like the uh you know i i liked the tax saying uh you know i heard chuck todd talk about gitmo chuck todd is completely clueless we understand why congress you know stood up in cheered because what trump was saying is my job steep keep american safe and by the way in war uh just because you approve a something does not mean it makes you happy right it means it's what's necessary to be done and making those tough decisions and sticking with those tough decisions that in wartime can be brutal asked any other presidents.

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"gitmo" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Why is that because they still believe those liberal democrats still believe that's going to get them the win in 2006 in 2018 we don't make predictions but we do look at where the people are right now on the issues let's play more of a the analysis on msnbc from last night okay all right sort of it's it's not a happy j to keep gitmo open it should feel like a well unfortunately we have i mean is so yeah i mean i i sort of like that one really sort of startled me what are we cheering about gitmo so great it wasn't the speech that they sold it to be and honestly i just don't you know i go through these things especially these teleprompter speeches he gets it's not here so it is hard to judge these speeches because we know it's not him it's him reading off a teleprompter there there are some things he says that sound like totally you know well throw in a beautiful and an extra totally but you could tallies reading it he doesn't owning their better off i think they would be better off letting them at limit because the authentic and a laughing all right uh by the way w doesn't matter view of speechwriters every president has speechwriters look at the specifics of what he put in there everything is what he believes there isn't anything that he put in you know it in there the the points that he made with the exact same points he might have done it in different style but chuck todd is not being intellectually honest he is saying that that you know donald trump he says later on donald trump is a guy who gives of all you know all of his said nicknames his twitter feed i've read his twitter feed every twitter every tweet is not off the wall you and i go through the twitter feed every day and you see twitter fit that are completely and totally normal and complimentary towards a towards americans yes the wants to get the publicity are the ones that take off the democrats are the ones that they feel may be crude that isn't the totality of his tweets this is further indication that i was right and my theory that i believe the.

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"gitmo" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Big business e ville l satan spot her corporations and business there people people employed i want them to be successful gitmo break while rip they already make too much money will 20minute who's who's the arbiter of that the more money they make the more successful we are the more they can expand uh in the democrats have been been railing against that there is no guarantee no guarantee whatsoever that any of these companies will uh put that money back into the business that will expanded why rent higher or more people there is no guarantee really less than twenty four hours after this bill was passed at and t said it would give one thousand dollar bonuses to more than two hundred thousand employees in the united states not executives were talking about people to go to work for at t everyday punching him punch out they said wants to tax bill has signed into law we promised to invest an additional get this one billion dollars in the us in the fiscal year two thousand eighteen that was from the ceo stevenson they said now we can do it because they're getting a tax break and 200000 rank and file employees or getting a one thousand dollar bonus checked that they wouldn't otherwise of had us pretty good that's less than 24 hours after the bill assign how 'bout boring blowing the aircraft company they announced after the bill passed legspin three hundred million on employee related charitable investments because the tax plan directly because of it the reforms enable us to better compete on the world stage and give us stronger foundation for investment in innovation facilities and skills that support longterm growth that's from lucy yo three hundred million employees related insured aboard investments comcast i'm sure you've heard.

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"gitmo" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And i work on a story about what the the guardian gitmo did a long time ago it's never with stones and not a part of being an investigative journalist is looking for things that others esten i've been blessed to work at places that allow me to do that well do scandal after scandal here isn't there i mean the uranium one scandal is a really really big deal the fujian chief cardiac you bet you've been involved and breaking all easters and i have another one and it is another incredible story i i read these things and i wonder how donald trump got elected prison the united states lisa bloom is the daughter of gloria allred hurt bloom did she seek out these two women were did they seek hera hurt hurt woman brought her out of your heart route actors earned her story started to get scrutiny entry wanted cohen through defender in the public road square and then girl introduce strict of a record woman who were sort of an unwilling on been really wanna come forward january avenue animus against donald trump in fact like donald trump and early on when when um leaked to boost trying to help recover story she actually facts to lend maybe you should get rid of your facebook post supporting donald trump it'll make your story more believable bunch he's like i'm not changing that and died admitted became very insightful so the first woman reached out to bloom nc connected it to the second woman than as the election got closer and closer the second woman watch these authors of money go up first it was ten thousand search than fifty thousand or personal pocketed one hundred thousand interpersonal pocket and two hundred thousand serb personal pocket and then three days before the election got to seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars and when you are reading the text messages it feels a little bit like a really bad game of.

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"gitmo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Stay leave or join him in gitmo the government accounting office accountability office noted in september two thousand seven ten years ago the department of homeland security terrorism experts and federal law enforcement officials familiar with immigration fraud believe that some individuals including terrorists and criminals could use fraudulent means editor or remain in the united states state has taken steps to strengthen the divers heavy visa program but it does not heavy strategy to address the pervasive fraud being reported by consular offices at some posts so if screwed up at the federal level but it gets worse even though we have uh the governor of new york who immediately after this thing with a truck said this is a wakeup call we have to have more serious conversations about gun control i'm still trying to figure out how that works things to truck shouldn't be calling for truck control or at least in what's prevent people from florida from driving in manhattan i mean there's going to be something is vaguely related bill de blasio he said you know we're strong as they strong here's what to blasi has done the crippled efforts ahead of time to spot this time and no you know is this is this making a political those are the left the you tell me now if i making this political i feel really good aggrieved will enduring that but these are the facts last year two blasio than the new far left mayor of new york scrubbed from the new york police department's website in training manual that identified muslim extremism as the allah g under girding militant islam he didn't want to hurt anybody's feelings of here late he he didn't want a local muslims to feel uncomfortable which i guess he should try to balance against the comfort of the twelve men and women who wounded and saipa wounded in the eight families from argentinian elsewhere or not we ping over their loved ones caskets and then de blasio in april 2014 scrapped a new york police department surveillance programme designed to root out building terrorist conspiracies it scrutinized among others the maas jude omar mosque in paris.

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"gitmo" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"But somebody by senator gitmo you know what and the and and then they they rolled out every ill now nosy it's a capital crime and is the federal federal crime is gonna be you prosecuted under criminal statutes blah blah blah blah you know what a what harm would it be to try to put them in front of a militarytribal tribunal as a as a hostile combat and convict them there 'cause i guarantee you the last thing this dude wants to do is go to gitmo and led his rear end wrought there for twenty years as opposed to go get his seventy two virgins in heaven and dis a murder i know that many of you think i'll you know this guy deserves to die and you know what he deserves to be dead but he doesn't deserve the glory of of dying did i make a distinction therefore absolutely that's what he wanted to deal with this although he sitting around their shot out by the cops bragging about you know all i did this for isis and ideally la the there's no remorse let him go there and eat crickets and grubbs and stuff like that of gitmo for awhile by alert listener mike sent me this a couple of days ago and he talks about the term lone wolf and how the lefties all when they see somebody like this even though this was clearly driven but by radical islamist ideology if the the attackers only one guy always alone wolf he's a lone wolf when i got my stuff eight way with the mike writes this he says that's detter is generated by the left to minimize the islamist terrorist threat just because one person executes tear does that mean that they were on their own one terrorist this one terrorist wrath other was moulded by others via print words teaching and other ways that this ideology is transmitted transmitter taught one person just doesn't become this way by themselves this attacker a ties the isis this is me now attack in the right we talked about how isis was was his his puppetmaster if you will he attended a moscow apparently been under surveillance by law enforcement for some some things that seemed radical he apparently was radicalize after his arrival on and the socalled diversity visa in 2010 but.

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"gitmo" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on KOIL

"And and and i look i agree with everything that that the president said yesterday because i know what he said because i'm not taking what he said and changing it until it something that he didn't say and then the president nobody had mentioned gitmo and a reporter mentions gitmo oh says would you consider sent him to go because the reporter stirring up trouble they're all laughing up their sleeves where they ask these questions i assure you from your certainly consider that yes i would certainly consider the seventy well i would certainly consider that yes i would certainly consider that he said three times now he had brought it up nobody brought it up until the reporter brought it up better dominates the news they said he might consider sending them to get more nobody brought up gitmo till the reporter brought up get them in las vegas the president didn't politicize it the news media did by asking the question about guncontrol which is what the democrat party they don't have to tell the reporters to do it they do it by nature they do it automatically they carry the democrat parties talking points with them at all times you know meeker gets her they text her in the morning but the to the obama people all the years that the obama people were in they texture or what to say on the air and she sat there in reddit dutifully is like north korea are amazing arthur so he considers sending him to get more well i'd like to know what would be the legal set him to the brig there is a navy brig and i think it's in south carolina now we get set him to we've sent terrorists there but other like wall but the left says well the civilian justice system is so much faster i don't really care not now speed is the issue is that i mean he's never going anywhere right so why you so concerned with speed wall je waster tournament rozier convention as many people and get more servants civilian courts while it's because leftists are fighting for the terrorists in gitmo every step of the way including eric holder who barack obama picked to be as attorney general not in spite of the fact that he was defending troglodyte said gitmo but because he was volunteering his time to defend troglodyte said gitmo at his law firm as well.

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"gitmo" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"gitmo" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Dog so they found him was impeached went into the water grabbed them and impasse them around everybody to take a selfie what the mentally suffocated and died big i think it's a danger to here i would think cited aged dolphin and they just murdered a always live in those selfie so that's what that's the way they're looking at a live forever infamy tagum donny the dead dolphin unbelievable a people do but if you look at the pictures online with this bear literally 2030 people on a circle china pet dead dolphin kids dan did you kill the it yeah i didn't even a tuneup for the longest time because they catch dolphins in the nets and hit hit in only now i didn't know that i'll i don't need unity said i think it's disgusting lots chunks and galabiya disgusting fish year pass they're disgusting but with a twounder back in that i think it was '80s '90s they were saying that uh they were getting caught in dolphins are getting clinton tuna nets sally had to stop you had a boycott certain tuna factories i guess anna only tall thin safe tuna dolphinsafe tuna alvin save tuna if that happened these days we have a hashtag for we'd have people protesting reward house put you know it's funny is back in the 80s when people were doing stuff like that like fervor for a big time met you are rich and then it has met you were so lists and people from pita would go over with red paint and throw it on i dunno furs worth five ten fifteen grand yet his recco so that's the way we do stuff that would you don't like something to destroy somebody else's property it's fine unbelievable yeah we'll get into the poor little dolphin also the gitmo prisoner.

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