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"gregorio perez" Discussed on KCRW
"Protesters saying and waited outside Hong Kong's legislature after Wednesday's clashes lawmakers suspended debate on the extradition Bill and it's unclear when they might restart liberal lawmakers have urged chief executive Carrie Lam to scrap the Bill altogether. But she says she will push ahead with rights groups. Meanwhile applied to police to hold more demonstrations on Sunday and Monday. And in Beijing, China's vice Foreign Minister Louis Cheung some into senior US diplomat and objected US criticism of the Bill. Anthony Kuhn, NPR news Hongkong seems American shoppers are still willing to spend money retail sales rose a half percent last month. And the Commerce Department says April sales figures were also revised higher. The gains in may were widespread with auto sales rising eight tenths of a percent, and book hobby and sporting goods sales, climbing one point one percent, mostly lower by the closing bell. The Dow down seventeen points, the NASDAQ down forty points, the s&p five hundred down. Down four. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. And this is KCRW news on a Friday June fourteenth. Good evening. I'm very Parrella. Here's what's happening at seven four four members of the Beverly Hills. Police department are suing the agency they testified today in LA superior court in connection with a discrimination and harassment lawsuit wants a billion member of the forces cheese. Sandra spagnuola has made inappropriate comments among them about Jewish men's headwear during a management meeting before the two thousand sixteen Jewish holidays. Another of the plaintiff says he's been the target of anti Latino anti-catholic discrimination under spec Noli says that boiled over when he provided testimony on behalf of former captain, Mark Rosen who also sued the city for discrimination and retaliation, he later settled, his suit for two point three million dollars spec, newly previously was the police chief for the cities of Benicia and San Leandro in northern California. A federal appeals court has ruled that a Mexican man who was arrested during a raid that event is manufacturing plant should not be deported, as KCRW's, Daryl sets been reports the decision is rebuked to immigration authorities, and it may influence how they. Target factories and other workplaces in the future Gregorio Perez was one of one hundred and thirty workers arrested when immigration and customs enforcement agents stormed, micro solutions enterprises a maker of printer cartridges, this was back in two thousand eight Perez, who had entered the country illegally from Mexico disclosed his immigration status during questioning, and he was targeted for deportation. But the American Civil Liberties union took up his case arguing that the search warrant obtained by is only authorized the seizure of documents, not people a panel of nights circuit court judges in San Diego. Agreed that Peres shouldn't be deported because his arrest was outside the parameters of the warrant legal experts say, the decision could force is to more fully disclosed its plans in search warrants at work sites..
"gregorio perez" Discussed on KCRW
"Twenty-nine KCRW. Thanks so much for being with us for all things considered. Roger along for the ride on this beautiful Friday afternoon. Coming up on the program, Catholics in Southern Baptists have faced clergy, sex abuse allegations and leaders of both denominations, met this week that discuss their problems. But how do they plan to prevent abuse in the future? We'll talk more about that. Also coming up Thomson is one of Hollywood's fastest rising stars. More from the actress about being in John realms. Starring new movie men in black international about her diversity initiatives within the entertainment industry and state, and local news, coming up three thirty two why the season benefactor worker from van Nuys could. Shave, how thirties target people for deportation. Migrant advocates say woman has become a symbol of conditions at the border as well after these headlines coming up from NPR stay with us. Live from NPR news, colder City, California. I'm Wayne Brown. They top diplomat for Africa says he heard harrowing counts of Sudanese crackdown on protesters while visiting her tune this week. He says he had a Frank conversation with military ruled government and Michelle, Kellerman reports assistant secretary of state Tibor Nash says he had quite an exchange of us. Dan's transitional military council. He's calling for an independent investigation into last week's deadly crackdown on protesters ended transition to civilian rule. Now fears other possible scenarios. With the type of chaos. That exists in Libya or Somalia, another negative scenario would be the return of the over. Gene Dan's longtime ruler. Omar el-bashir was ousted in April. Assistant secretary notch says the new US on voi- for Sudan, Donald booth continues to work with regional powers to avoid those scenarios. And to advance mediation efforts, Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department. President Trump says the US has evidence Iran was behind explosions, and fires onto oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, Iran. Strongly denied involvement in the alleged attack yesterday, the US military released video that it says shows Iran's revolutionary guard removing and unexploded mind from one of the ships acting Defense Secretary. Patrick Shanahan says the Pentagon is trying to build international consensus by releasing video about Tehran's actions. We have an international situation there in the Middle East. Not a US situation and the focus for myself and Basser. Bulletin secretary pump pale is to build international consensus to this international problem State Department says, Iran is retaliating over economic sanctions. The US imposed after pulling out of the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement. You're listening to NPR news. And this is KCRW. It's a Friday June fourteenth. Good afternoon. I'm Larry Parrella. Here's what's happening at three thirty to a federal appeals court has ruled at a Mexican man, who was arrested during a raid van is manufacturing plant should not be deported. KCRW Daryl, sats been reports the decision is rebuked to immigration authorities, and it may influence how they target factories and other workplaces in the future Gregorio Perez was one of one hundred thirty workers arrested when immigration and customs enforcement agents stormed, micro solutions enterprises a maker of printer cartridges, this was back in two thousand eight Perez, who had entered the country illegally from Mexico disclosed. His immigration status during questioning, and he was targeted for deportation. But the American Civil Liberties union took up his case arguing that the search warrant obtained by is only authorized the seizure of documents, not people, a panel of ninth circuit court judges in San Diego. Agreed that Peres shouldn't be deported because his arrest was outside the parameters of the warrant legal experts say, the decision could force ice to more fully disclosed its plans in search warrants at work sites. At KCRW, Daryl sats reporting Myra advocates are highlighting poor conditions at a Texas border patrol facility. They say the case of a premature baby found with her teen. Mother antisemite is a prime example of what immigrants detained after crossing the US Mexico border facing. The mother is allegedly a seventeen year old from Guatemala who gave birth in Mexico, in may and the border in June. They say she was in a wheelchair in extreme pain. When advocates founder this week at the facility in mcallen, the bid was described as miniscule and advocates say she should have been hospitalized and. And the Santa Clara county district attorney's office says it will no longer file charges against most people arrested or cited slow soley for possessing small amounts of illegal drugs..
"gregorio perez" Discussed on KCRW
"Live from NPR news. In Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. Steps are reported to be underway to move the country closer to settling a wave of lawsuits stemming from the deadly opioid epidemic. North country public radio. Brian man reports attorneys in Ohio, or filing a motion in federal court this hour that they say should lead to billions of dollars in future payouts to more than twenty five thousand communities what we're starting to see here is really the architecture for how tens of billions of dollars in payouts would be handled if settlements are reached with big pharma sources tell NPR that at least some of the drug companies accused of wrongdoing are close to agreeing to pay outs. They want an end to the liability, and the terrible publicity tied to this epidemic, which is killed hundreds of thousands of Americans this plan unveiled today, still needs approval by the federal court in Ohio. President Trump is digging in with the allegation that Iran was behind this week's attacks onto oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, claim the Islamic Republic strongly. Denies other countries are so far stopping short of publicly assigning blame Germany says there needs to be an investigation. The president is standing by his adviser, Kellyanne Conway, after a government watchdog concluded she violated federal law by making political statements while serving in an official capacity, but Trump's not swayed. I'm not gonna fire I think she's a terrific person. She's a tremendous spokesperson Trump speaking to FOX and friends this morning. The Dow is down thirty seven points. You're listening to NPR news from KCRW I'm Cheri Glazer with this local news update. A federal appeals court has ruled that a Mexican man who was arrested during a raid at van is manufacturing plant should not be deported, as KCRW, Daryl Sassaman reports the decision is rebuke to immigration authorities, and it may influence how they target factories and other workplaces in the future Gregorio Perez was one of one hundred and thirty workers arrested when immigration and customs enforcement agents stormed, Microsoft. Solutions enterprises. A maker of printer cartridges this was back in two thousand eight Perez, who had entered the country illegally from Mexico disclosed immigration status during questioning, and he was targeted for deportation. But the American Civil Liberties union took up his case arguing that the search warrant of pained by ice only authorized, the seizure of documents, not people, a panel of ninth circuit court judges in San Diego. Agreed that Peres shouldn't be deported because his arrest was outside the parameters of the warrant legal experts say, the decision could force ice to more fully disclosed its plans in search warrants at work sites. Neither the Justice department Nora ice has commented on the ruling. Meanwhile about three hundred migrants who identify as transgender have been booked into custody by US immigration authorities over the last nine months, that's a highest number since the feds began keeping track for years ago, US immigration and customs enforcement says it's considering opening a second permanent facility where transge. Gender migrants can be detained. The agency has been criticized for the deaths of two transgender women. Shipments of cargo containers into and out of the ports of L A, Long Beach took a sharp drop last month, as KCRW Eric Roy reports some experts say it's part of the ongoing fall out of the trade war between the US and China for much of the last year during the early days of the Trump administration tariffs in Chinese counter tariffs. The movement of goods through America's largest port complex, actually spite as US retailers and their Asian suppliers race to beat even higher tariffs that were on the way. Well, those twenty five percent US tariffs on Chinese products went into effect last month. And Wall Street Journal reports that the number of cargo containers coming into the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach from abroad fell by more than six percent in may exports more than seven percent. The slowdown comes at a time of year when ocean shippers are usually gearing up for the peak shipping season. The head of the port of Long Beach says, warehouses are brimming with inventory, and carriers or managing their vessels to deal with reduced demand..
"gregorio perez" Discussed on 790 KABC
"A sixty four year old man knocked unconscious after a fight real to swap meet has died this happened friday at the riyanto discount mall witnesses tell us that don king got into an argument with another man and that's when the other man's son stepped in and punched king and then left the location witnesses at the mall were stunt and the next thing you know it happened in one second and we're always are in shock being out because switch your like switch when second police later tracked down this man twentyfouryearold gregorio perez and arrested him for felony assault tonight a pastor is in jail accused of running a puppy mill at his high desert home officers seizing dozens of animals living in filthy conditions and right now our tony shin is talking to a woman who bought a puppy from him about a month ago we bought a mini golden doodle jennifer doesn't want us to show her face but she does want others to hear her story she says they named the puppy ginger and claims within days ginger started getting sick so they took her to the vet did a parvo tests making back pasta sadly ginger died jennifer says she bought the puppy from rick kenny and his family anything to say to the victims this morning sheriff's deputies arrested kenny a convicted felon for allegedly possessing firearms it happened as officers with the humane society of san bernardino valley conducted a search warrant at kenny's feeling home accusing him of selling sick puppies for a high price the last that we know of was about eleven to twelve hundred dollars apiece according to officers kennywood offer the dogs for sale on the internet the victims would then meet him or one of his family members at a parking lot to buy the animals but days later the puppies would get sick and often die i'm are you going to read them but when the victims tried to get a refund officers say kenny who claims to be a pastor on facebook would stop communicating or send threatening messages investigators say it's been a tough case to put together because the kennedys would often use fake names and disposable phones during today's raid officers seized more than thirty dogs and puppies with no food no water fell five as vets continued testing the animals for any illnesses jennifer says she is hoping no one else becomes.