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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 10 months ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One, President Biden will visit all three victims Sights Lower Manhattan, the Pentagon and that field in Pennsylvania Patriot writer Jim McGuire has been coming here for the 9 11 remembrance ceremonies for the past 15 years. He has no intention of stopping his annual tradition. Never forget it might be 20 years. Every year when this rolls around it to September. It's like it was yesterday, Family members of the 40 passengers and crew of flight 93 have started arriving at this serene, windswept rolling countryside now considered to be sacred ground. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Shanksville, Pennsylvania ahead of that unforgettable data on the calendar, five of the men who are accused of helping the September 11 hijackers. We're in military court this week in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. They were there for pretrial hearings, also, their family members of the victims to 9 11 family members who were inside the high security court told us it is emotional and triggering to come face to face with defendants. And they said military prosecutors are going to extreme lengths to guarantee their rights. Catherine Herridge CBS NEWS Guantanamo BAY, Cuba, turning to the year and a half old coronavirus pandemic now blamed for about 659,000 American deaths. And the president, making aggressive moves to pressure people to wear masks and get vaccinated that is running into political headwinds. Although many GOP governors vowed to file lawsuits against the vaccine mandate, the White House believes it has the authority to issue one based on an existing law that ensures employees the right to a safe and healthy work space. Legal experts tell CBS News they believe the administration will likely win in court correspondent We Jiujiang facing a recall election. California's governor's cast his ballot at an early voting centre in Sacramento, presumably voting to stay in office. He needs a majority of other voters to Keep him there. Last day of voting is Tuesday. Kpi X TVs. Wilson Walker just over a month ago, polling suggested he was in trouble. Now, the very same poll might have you thinking it's the governor's race to lose. Political experts say This is not a broad change.

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Mid September day in 2000 and one president Biden will visit all three victims Sights Lower Manhattan, the Pentagon and that field in Pennsylvania Patriot writer Jim McGuire has been coming here for the 9 11 remembrance ceremonies for the past 15 years. He has no intention of stopping his annual tradition. Never forget it might be 20 years. Every year when this rolls around to September. It's like it was yesterday. Family members of the 40 passengers and crew of flight 93 have started arriving at this serene, windswept rolling countryside now considered to be sacred ground. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Shanksville, Pennsylvania ahead of that unforgettable data on the calendar, five of the men who are accused of helping the September 11 hijackers. We're in military court this week in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. They were there for pretrial hearings, also, their family members of the victims to 9 11 family members who were inside the high security court told us it is emotional and triggering to come face to face with defendants. And they said military prosecutors are going to extreme lengths to guarantee their rights. Catherine Herridge CBS NEWS Guantanamo BAY, Cuba, turning to the year and a half old coronavirus pandemic noble aim for about 659,000 American deaths and a president making aggressive moves to pressure people to wear masks and get vaccinated. That is running into political headwinds. Although many GOP governors vowed to file lawsuits against the vaccine mandate, the White House believes it has the authority to issue one based on an existing law that ensures employees the right to a safe and healthy work. Space. Legal experts tell CBS News they believe the administration will likely win. In court correspondent We Zhejiang Facing a recall election, California's governor's cast his ballot at an early voting centre in Sacramento, presumably voting to stay in office. He needs a majority of other voters to Keep him there. Last day of voting is Tuesday. Kpi X TVs. Wilson Walker just over a month ago, polling suggested he was in trouble. Now, the very same poll might have you thinking it's the governor's race to lose. Political experts say. This is not a broad change and consensus. But evidence that the enthusiasm gap that we heard so much about was wide enough to skew the voters samples.

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WDRC

"DS Narrative and W Sng Torrington Back in court. I'm Lisa Let Sarah Fox News nearly 20 years later, five suspects in the 9 11 attacks, including the reported mastermind had another hearing at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Ramzi bin al Shiba, showing up in sunglasses. Later seen praying in court. Ramsey, a Yemeni national accused of organizing the Hamburg cell, acting as liaison between suspected 9 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the hijackers. Pretrial hearing stretching nearly a decade to date, no cases have been to trial in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Lucas Tomlinson Fox News, a new Fox news poll finds about two thirds of respondents feel the attacks permanently changed how we live in the US The poll also examine what people thought of the U. S response to the attack. Some say nine Having caused Overreactions in some aspects. 38% say the use of waterboarding, an interrogation and one quarter feel military action in Afghanistan qualifies that we remember 9 11 each year, but America is split on whether it should be a national holiday. 47% Yes, 46% No Grenell Scott Fox New President Biden is said to address the nation tomorrow. Leah what the White House is calling a six point plan to combat the Covid Delta. Arion Press secretary Jen Psaki on the timing of the remark. People are returning to schools. Workplaces are either reopening some brick and mortar or some people are just returning to work. After spending some time with family or loved ones over the summer sake says the president will build on steps already taken in the military, federal agencies and in the private sector. Tropical Storm India's made landfall over ST Vincent Island, Florida, The National Hurricane Center says As much as six inches of rain could fall across the Panhandle and parts of southern Georgia and South Carolina through tomorrow morning, America is listening to Fox News. He raids your fridge to Breda borrows your car without asking scratches. What scratches? He's your brother.

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:03 min | 10 months ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Now back in court. Timely Silva Sarah Fox News nearly 20 years later, five suspects in the 9 11 attacks, including the reported mastermind had another hearing at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Ramzi bin al Shiba, showing up in sunglasses. Later seen praying in court Range, a Yemeni national accused of organizing the Hamburg cell acting as liaison between suspected 9 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the hijackers, pretrial hearing stretching nearly a decade to date, no cases have been to trial in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. U. S response to the attack. Some say 9 11 caused Overreactions in some aspects. 38% say the use of waterboarding, an interrogation and one quarter feel. Military action in Afghanistan qualify as that. We remember 9 11 each year, but America is split on whether it should be a national holiday. 47% Yes. 46% No Grenouille. Scott Fox. New President Biden is set to address the nation tomorrow lay out what the White House is calling his six point plan to combat the Covid. Delta variant press secretary Jen Psaki on the timing of the remarks are returning to schools. Workplaces are either reopening some brick and mortar or some people are just returning to work. After spending some time with family or loved ones over the summer, Zaki says the president will build on steps already taken in the military, federal agencies and in the private sector. Tropical Storm Mindy has made landfall over ST Vincent Island, Florida, The National Hurricane Center says as much as six inches of rain could fall across the Panhandle and parts of southern Georgia and South Carolina through tomorrow morning. America is listening to Fox News. W M L News at.

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Elaine Cobb. CBS NEWS PARIS, The 20th anniversary of 9 11 is just three days away, and the man who says he organized the terror attacks just made his first public appearance in months. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four co defendants are accused of helping hijackers attended military court hearing in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. CBS's Catherine had ridge with more I was about 15 yards from Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. The self described architect of the attacks. He looked much older, thinner, his beard long and grey tinted an orangey red on the sides as the lead defendant. He sits closest to the military judge. I was already out of the courtroom, but at one point, he waved to at least one journalist. The trial for the men comes as New York authorities identify the remains of two more victims of the 9 11 attacks 20 years later. Three communities in western Massachusetts are teaming up to combat allowed and dangerous problem WBZ. John Bay back is in the Springfield bureau, the three community Springfield, Chicopee and Holyoke, all with high volumes of illegal dirt bikers, making life miserable for drivers and even people walking down the middle of the street. The communities, all proposing measures that would allow them to restrict the sale of gasoline for the illegal vehicles. But one gas station owner Bob Baltic of Pride Gas Station, says that while it all sounds reasonable, all gas station owners are united in their opposition. Measure calls for clerks to enforce the ordinance, Baldick says. That's a police duty, though, and something that his teenage clerk should stay far away from no word on when any of the hearing dates have been set for. In the Springfield bureau. John Buyback WBZ Boston's NewsRadio It's 10 20. Britney.

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"At 69 across eight states Today, President Biden is in New Jersey touring, flooded and now gutted homes in Manville. Earlier, he spoke at a briefing, saying Extreme storms are taking their toll. And here to stay with what he says is climate change. Whatever damage done in New Jersey you can't bill back and restoring, but it was Before there's another tornado. Another, uh, 10 inches of rain is going to produce the same kind of results. President will also tour parts of New York. The president urging Congress to pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill and his budget proposal, he says, includes funding for human infrastructure programs to take care of those long term needs in Texas. The Texas election bill that sent Democratic lawmakers fleeing to Washington is now law. Senate Bill. One prohibits drive through and drop off voting for anyone but the disabled in the 2020 election, and it was widely used by shift workers who tended to vote Democrat But Governor Greg Abbott says SP one adds days to the early voting period. It does make it easier than ever before for anybody to go cast a ballot with his signature Republican, Abbott has made Senate Bill one the newest state law in Texas. Jim Ryan. ABC NEWS Dallas, the self confessed mastermind behind the 9 11 terror attacks, appearing in a military court today in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, also known as KSM, and four other detainees had a pretrial hearing. ABC Shannon Crawford has taken so long really underscores what critics say is a fatal flaw of this military war court system. They say that the defendants here don't have access to process..

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"At the US naval Station at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Later today, President Biden will visit parts of New York and New Jersey still reeling in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. At least 50 people were killed in six Eastern states, including 27 in New Jersey as record rainfall hit last Wednesday. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy God rest the souls of those we lost keep their families in your prayers. After touring a neighborhood in hard hit Manville, New Jersey, Biden will visit a neighborhood in Queens, New York on Monday, The president approved major disaster declarations for six counties in New Jersey and five in New York, affected by last week's devastating flooding might cross the Washington and before slamming the Northeast, IDA blasted the south parts of Louisiana and Alabama especially hard hit in Louisiana more than 400,000 homes and businesses are still without power. Wall Street down Features are down eight points. Mast Act futures three points higher. More on these stories. A town hall dot com Philadelphia's AM 9 90 The answer. Mostly sunny. Nice day behind today, 83. We're in a bit more human tonight. Those 68 aren't Li Sunny, breezy, warm and human tomorrow thunderstorm and high 86 allowed to give way to some sun some showers on Thursday. The high Thursday near 80, playing with confidence download the redesigned AccuWeather app Today I'm Steve Williams for Philadelphia's Am 9 90. The answer and 9 90 the answer dot com Me. Me. Me, me, me, but also you.

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Biden Administration Announces First Guantanamo Detainee Transfer

Morning Edition

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Administration Announces First Guantanamo Detainee Transfer

"The Biden administration has transferred a detainee from the U. S military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to Morocco. It's the first such prisoner release since President Biden took office. The 56 year old Moroccan was held at Guantanamo for 19 years without charge. 39 detainees remain at the

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Trump. I'm rich. Dennison Fox News arguments are continuing today in the Senate impeachment trial of the former president for inciting incident. Action charge stemming from the deadly violence at the U. S Capitol, which Democrats say it was sparked by Trump's comments. Today. It's the defense's turn and Trump Attorney Michael Vander Veen says the former president was not promoting violence but simply addressing issues with what he believed were problems with current election systems. The president's remarks explicitly encouraged Those in attendance to exercise their rights. Peacefully and patriotic Lee. Once opening arguments are completed, senators will submit written questions for the attorneys 17 Republicans would need to join Democrats in order to convict the Biden administration is expected to review a possible closure of the federal detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Reports indicate President Biden is expected to use his executive powers to move forward about 40 prisoners are currently being held at the facility, which opened 18 years ago and has held nearly 800 prisoners. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo facing criticism after a name He'd said the state hid data about covert 19 deaths in nursing homes. The New York Post reported that the secretary to the governor Melissa Derosa, allegedly admitted that the Cuomo administration has been withholding the true number of deaths in nursing homes due to covert 19 in a video conference call with state Democratic leaders, According to the most recent numbers released by the state more than 15,000 people died in nursing homes, which is over 6000 more death than previously released by the state prior to the January Attorney general's report. Boxes. Laura Ingle in New York. Two people were killed and two more seriously injured early this morning when their vehicle hit a concrete wall in a Chicago expressway and plunged onto a street. 50 FT below. America is listening to Fox News..

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on KQED Radio

"S. military court in Guantanamo bay Cuba two weeks of important testimony start tomorrow in the government's case against college check Muhammad and for their men charged in the September eleventh two thousand and one terrorist attacks to American psychologist will be on the witness stand their firm was paid eighty million dollars by the CIA to develop its torture program this is the first time they'll testify publicly under oath and Sasha Pfeiffer of in pairs investigations team will be there at listening Hey Sasha hi good morning so first we should say that the actual nine eleven trial has not started yet right yes the nine eleven trial is not scheduled to start until January twenty twenty one but over the next two weeks there's a pre trial hearing where lawyers will be hashing out legal issues that have to be resolved before a trial could begin okay so tell me more about the two psychologists are going to be testifying their names are Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell their Air Force retirees they had a company they got a contract from the U. S. government to design and implement what the CA called enhanced interrogation techniques and those techniques were used in the CIA's secret overseas prisons complex sites and by now we all know that enhanced interrogation techniques is a euphemism for torture like waterboarding yes in fact Mitchell and Justin personally waterboarded some of the prisoners now at Guantanamo they took a military program the trains people to cope with torture and resist interrogation if they're captured and they flipped around so instead the CIA use those methods against prisoners to get them to answer questions that it's like sleep deprivation isolation stress positions flapping so what are these two men expected to say exactly it's hard to predict because the government censors a lot of what happens at Guantanamo now Jim Mitchell has written a book and in interviews and he and Justin gave depositions as part of a lawsuit against them by some former CIA prisoners and in the Mitchell and Justin describe themselves as American patriots who are trying to keep the country safe this site other people use their techniques and correctly and now they are the fall guys getting all the blame no part of those depositions were taped right correct they were videotaped and The New York Times got them and posted excerpts online and at one point in Mitchell's video he downplays the torture here he is talking about walling where you put a collar around someone's neck and slammed them against a wall always discombobulated it's not painful it stars of urinary errors and it's like being on one of those swirly gigs or something you know you move around quite a bit at another point Bruce Jessen talks about preventing prisoners from sleeping by hanging them from a ceiling by hand cuffs and he says they're monitored to make sure they don't get dema if they hang on the cost too much a demon meeting with fluid collects in body tissue in their swelling so it's like he's saying yes we tortured people but also while we were torturing them we were taking care of them basically yes but both of them acknowledge that some interrogations got out of control and they both said that they didn't want to continue some of what they were doing but they were pressured to keep going here's Justin speaking to that they kept telling me every day a nuclear bomb was going to be exploded in the United States and that because I told him to stop I lost my nerve it was gonna be my fault if I didn't continue so he's saying he thought the country security was at stake and so torturing people was justified basically yes I mean I think you probably wouldn't call it torture he would call it extreme pressure and as a result one of the legal issues that has to be resolved before nine eleven truck could happen is that any statements the CA got from the nine eleven defendants now cannot be used at trial so the FBI got new statements from them without using torture but the defense attorneys for the prisoners say the FBI in CA were closely intertwined and to torture someone you can expect what they tell you to be reliable so what happens if a judge goes ahead and decides that with the prisoners told the FBI cannot be a at the trial that means the government would lose its most critical evidence and that would make it harder to successfully prosecute the nine eleven defendants Sacha Pfeiffer of impairs investigations team thank Sasha you're welcome.

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Stage for the impeachment trial next time here and now at eleven o'clock this morning here on KQED mostly so partly to mostly sunny skies by this afternoon after some clouds and fog burn off this morning we'll have highs in the mid to upper fifties around the bay area this afternoon it's four thirty four good morning support for NPR comes from this station and from Dana Farber Cancer Institute developing ways to use the PDL one pathway immuno therapy to treat cancer committed to making contributions in cancer treatment for seventy two years Dana Farber dot org slash everywhere I'm from National Geographic student expeditions offering summer trips for middle and high school students featuring nat geo experts and themes that include conservation photography and community service nat geo dot com slash student this is morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I'm a well can good morning at the US military court in Guantanamo bay Cuba two weeks of important testimony start tomorrow in the government's case against college check Muhammad and four other men charged in the September eleventh two thousand one terrorist attacks to American psychologist will be on the witness stand their firm was paid eighty million dollars by the CIA to develop its torture program this is the first time they'll testify publicly under oath and Sasha Pfeiffer of in pairs investigations team will be there at listening Hey Sasha hi good morning so first we should say that the actual nine eleven trial has not started yet right yes the nine eleven trial is not scheduled to start until January twenty twenty one but over the next two weeks there's a pre trial hearing where lawyers will be hashing out legal issues that have to be resolved before a trial could begin okay so tell me more about the two psychologists are going to be testifying their names are Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell their airforce retirees they had a company they got a contract from the US government to design and implement what the CA called.

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Whistleblower Sites 'Waste Of Funds' At Guantnamo Court And Prison

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:45 min | 3 years ago

Whistleblower Sites 'Waste Of Funds' At Guantnamo Court And Prison

"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity. Some things are slow like a snail races other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply and NPR investigation has uncovered criticism of the US prison at Guantanamo Bay Cuba from the inside NPR has learned that a former top attorney at the military court court there has filed a federal whistle blower complaint alleging gross waste of funds and gross mismanagement forty men are still confined at the prisoner there including holiday Jake Mohammed the alleged mastermind of the eleven of the nine eleven terrorist attacks which happened eighteen years ago today some have been held almost twenty years without being charged. Sasha pfeiffer of NPR's investigation seem has spent months researching the Cossack Guantanamo and found government spending totalling billions and billions more expected to be spent. She's in our studios this morning. Hi Sasha thanks for coming in. You're welcome good morning. What are we say billions. I mean that can wash over people. How many billions are we talking about. Since about two thousand els into it's been six billion dollars spent on the court in the prison together and I want to emphasize that. It's not just that critics say it's expensive. They say that it's wasteful. They told me that every a year hundreds of thousands of dollars of government devices hard drives cell phones laptops are destroyed because of spills of classified information. There are a lot of lawyers working down there hundreds of them. Some of them are death. Penalty specialists who are private attorneys paid by the Pentagon cost more than regular government lawyers some of them bill about a half million dollars a year. There are charter flights that taxpayers pay for that flight to and from the island some lawyers. They're mostly empty. Total legal costs costs about sixty million dollars. A year. That's despite the cases being largely stalled and one key finalized conviction since the beginning so how does the government justify those because they say that's just. That's just what it costs to run this operation. That's basically what they say It's also especially expensive because it's in Cuba so you have to go there and back every time you WANNA hearing. I've spent a week there. July generators air conditioners dehumidifiers humming all the time trying to keep the mold out of the tents in the buildings. They've eighteen hundred guards that are looking over the forty remaining prisoners. You know both sides blame one another for how long this is taking they sometimes it's an intentional delay strategy but and yeah it's really the numbers have really added up over time and the government hasn't responded to your requests for query well. They have provided numbers but the numbers have changed over time. They first told me it's one hundred and eighty million a year three months later. That number jumped to three hundred eighty million a year. I called the House Armed Services Committee last week to see if they had an updated numbers they had the out dated needed one hundred and eighty million dollar number this congress the Pentagon wha for about a month I said. Can you talk to me on tape about this. They said they couldn't provide anyone. the defense attorneys talk a lot so here is John Baker. He's the chief defense counsel. He's a Marine Brigadier General. Here's what he says. Holy Crap people need to know the travesty that is getting you know it's beyond comprehension that it is twenty nineteen people that were accused of crimes that it occurred in two thousand one captured in two thousand and three are nowhere near trial now about a week ago a judge in the nine eleven case did set a trial start date of January twenty twenty one but many lures. I've talked to think that's an unrealistic why I mean after all these all this time all these years and twenty twenty one is still years away. Yeah and you know part of that is because if you look at experience how long this process has taken over the past eighteen years it's hard to believe it can speed up that quickly when I was there in July. They were having these long complicated complicated dense arguments. About how do you define war. They were talking about Pearl Harbor and the lend lease act so that's slowing things down. The island doesn't have enough bathrooms rooms office space and housing for these trials and the number of people that would go there so it's just unprepared and then you know there have been incidents that have actually reversed progress. Sometimes I talked to Guantanamo defense lawyer named Michel Parody he represents the man accused of masterminding the USS Cole naval worship bombing that case has been on pause for almost two years because listening in devices were found an attorney client meeting room so three of the lawyers quit. Here's what Paradise Paradise says about all that the degrees permutation of chaos particularly in these military commission mm proceedings is something that's just unimaginable something. You couldn't make up unless you were the writers for the show veep or something like that who put the listening devices. They aren't sure they. I think the CIA did the prosecution says don't worry that listening devices weren't activated so it's just been it's been it's been a lot of drama. Wow you also heard from a whistle blower. WHO's talking for the first time publicly about all of this who is he. What does he say. His name is Gary Brown. He's a retired air force colonel. He was the legal advisor to the man who ran the war court and he points out a larger context which is that he believes. It's going to be hard to get death penalty convictions because so much evidence was tainted by torture. Even if there are convictions there could be fifteen years worth of appeals which would take another one point five billion dollars if these defendants are found not guilty. The government says it can keep holding them anyway so Brown says why don't we take the death penalty off the table. Settle these cases plea deals the prisoners would plead guilty and get life in prison that would speed things up and lower costs. They haven't been successful. They've stalled hold their incredibly expensive and instead. Wouldn't it be better if we just said you know what they didn't work this time but he got fired his boss before they could advance very much less. A A lot of people didn't want to hear Sasha pfeiffer of N._p._R.'s investigated investigations team. Thank you so much Sasha.

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on KOMO

"Shot video of the attack using her personal camcorder last year she was in the Guantanamo bay Cuba court room and looked directly into the eyes of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed he was looking at me and it was just a little bit of a nod of the head and I was on the victim and the family member side of things in the front row so I think I may have captured his attention as to what my motive was to come there and why it was there the video is considered important evidence in the case we don't know if Tammy will be called to testify when the trial starts in January more than eighteen years after the attacks Charlie harder colonials Amazon is apparently not getting along with thousands of merchants in India como sewer Merrill explains a confederation of all India traders represents about five hundred thousand merchants and traders in India at a meeting with Amazon the group brought up concerns over the company's deep discounting of some of their products which is costing them millions that's according to Reuters corporate counsel for Amazon says the company does not influence prices new economists rules in India are supposed to help small traders by curbing heavy online discounting this latest meeting comes after India warned Amazon and Walmart in June that they need to comply with the new rules Romero como news the city of seatac is in a heated battle with several local businesses details from come most jet boat July several small businesses that have made their homes and see tech center just off of one fifty fourth say they're being evicted the city sold the property so the businesses which are mostly minority owned vacate.

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 Military judge sets 2021 trial date for alleged 9/11 plotters

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Military judge sets 2021 trial date for alleged 9/11 plotters

"After years of legal wrangling a military judge has set a trial date for the men charged with plotting the September eleventh attacks Sheik Mohammed and four other men will appear in a court at the US detention facility at Guantanamo bay Cuba on January eleventh twenty twenty one the first time the trial judge has set a start of trial court date in more than five years Khalid Shaikh Mohammed was transferred to Guantanamo in two thousand six after being arrested by the CIA in Pakistan in two thousand three the twenty twenty one court date will mark nearly twenty years since the deadly plane

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Retired U.S. Justice John Paul Stevens dies, leaving liberal legacy

KQED Radio Show

05:10 min | 3 years ago

Retired U.S. Justice John Paul Stevens dies, leaving liberal legacy

"Retired justice John Paul Stevens served on the Supreme Court for more than thirty years he died of complications following a stroke he suffered on Monday he was ninety nine years old Chief Justice John Roberts announced Stephen's death in a written statement in which he called him quote a son of the Midwest heartland and a veteran of World War two Roberts also said justice Stevens devoted his long life to public service his unrelenting commitment to justice has left us a better nation NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg is on the line with me now good morning and good morning so tell us about John Paul Stevens long life and career Stevens is appointed in nineteen seventy five by president Ford he was a Republican born and bred in Chicago he was a moderate conservative and interestingly president Ford at the time said that he wanted to appoint addresses with no political price because that was just at the beginning of the Ford administration was right after Watergate the resignation of president Nixon and Stevens was a well known very respected appeals court judge in Chicago beloved by his colleagues he was not on the list of likely contenders prior to this but he was a choice of Ford was very happy with spoke with glowingly up until the time of his staff in fact that it decades after pointing Stevens president Ford in two thousand five said you know you you're not usually known by the justice is your point let that not be the case with my presidency for I am prepared to allow history's judgment of my term in office to rest if necessary exclusively on my nomination thirty years of justice John Paul Stevens he has served his nation well at times carrying out his judicial duties as always with dignity intellect and without partisan political concerns and Stevens was a guy who involved right he came in as a moderate conservative but that's not the way he left the court well he would say he didn't involve Ivanov and I actually think he's right he said that he didn't change it was the court the changed he was at the center right of the court when he came on but as more Republican presidents got the opportunity to name Supreme Court nominees and as those nominees were more and more conservative Stephen suddenly found himself at the left end of the court the most liberal and of the court he hated that label because he views himself as a conservative what were some of his notable decisions he wrote about four hundred majority opinion for the court that's a really a lot of majority opinions almost on every imaginable subject from property rights to immigration from abortion to guns to obscenity from school prayer to campaign finance reform from the relationship between the federal and state governments to the power of the presidency I think the decisions that will likely be remembered for are those he wrote about national security and presidential power he wrote the court's five to three decision repudiating George W. bush's assertion of unilateral executive power in setting up war crimes tribunals at Guantanamo bay Cuba and in two thousand four in the six to three decision he wrote that one time detainees could challenge their detention in court and both of those decisions had profound implications for the limits of presidential powers to be clear you know no well bush was not the first president to feel the sting of justice Stevens words he wrote the supreme court's unanimous decision refusing to postpone Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit against president Clinton let's take a listen to Stevens summarizing his decision for the venture in nineteen ninety seven and here is dismissing the notion that the suit would be a burden on the presidency in the entire history of the Republic only three sitting presidents have been subjected to suits for their private action as for the case at hand there's nothing in the record to identify any potential harm that might ensue from scheduling the trial promptly after discovery is included you know when did you last talk with John Paul Stevens I talked to him in April for an interview about one of his three Bucks it was a memoir he took the his as I said he'd written three since leaving office he told me that he was still swimming in the ocean in Florida that he was paying a wicked game of ping pong he bragged about it saying it was nobody his aides that he thought could beat him at the at the condo where he left and he said he he traded in his tennis racket for his ping pong paddle in a conversation I was reminded what a kind gentleman he was and what a sweet and understated temperament he had he sent pictures and a video which we posted online of him playing ping pong with a much younger neighbor NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg thanks Nina thank you

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Former US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens dies

BBC World Service

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Former US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens dies

"Retired US Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens has died of complications from a stroke he was ninety nine NPR's Nina Totenberg reports that Stevens over saw some of the court's most historic decisions Stevens offered hundreds of majority opinion for the court on almost every issue imaginable from abortion to obscenity from school prayer to congressional term limits but the decisions he likely will be remembered for most are those involving presidential power and national security he wrote the court's decision repudiating president bush's assertion of unilateral executive power in setting up war crimes tribunals at Guantanamo bay Cuba and he wrote the court's decision allowing the Guantanamo detainees to challenge their detentions in the U. S. courts Mister bush however was not the first president to feel Stephen staying Stevens also wrote the court's decision refusing to postpone Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit against president Clinton Nina Totenberg NPR news

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:26 min | 3 years ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"On this Memorial Day, twenty nineteen Dominic Carter journalists dominant caught in with you for the next two and a half hours until three PM in for Curtis and Juliet today with talking about the infrastructure. I started to show this way because it's a very important topic, and what we'll discuss Memorial Day in so one, but the meeting didn't go, well the other day, we know the charges and points and counterpoint that were made by Pelosi and President Trump. But I am telling you that I still think that there's a deal to be made as far as the infrastructure we going into an election year. Granted, I'll give you that. And you have the oversight of Democrats out, grant you that and you have the prospects for an infrastructure deal that seem all but decades year. I don't buy it. I still. Think that Washington on each side, Republicans and Democrats can work something out. This was the one area infrastructure that I was really looking forward to when President Trump was elected. This is what he does. He bills things. One eight hundred eight four eight WABC one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two. Let's go to Brooklyn. And let's say good afternoon on this Memorial Day to Judy good afternoon. Judy urine. Seventy-seven WABC. Hi dominic. Thank you for taking my call, quite frankly. I really do. Want to speak a little bit about all pay tribute because of Memorial Day today Dominic okay? Let me tell you freedom deathly comes with a price. Absolutely. There have been heroes that have really paid the open, Oakland Christ for us to be free their lives and their Lynn and I have. To tell you earlier today. I was listening to you with to someone war story, interviewing real, you know, soldiers that served in Vietnam World War, Two Korean won. Whatever and I gotta tell you Dominic it moves me to tears. It still bridge. You it humbles you. You do feel the grief all the all those in the past that fought and were killed and the suffering. In the terrorists, real I have to tell you, I you know, you know, Judy, the reason why I'm letting you go on here is because I agree with everything that you just said, it is quite emotional. When you look back at the history of the country, and what those have done people unsung heroes, if you will snapping up to represent all of us for us to have the freedom of what we celebrate and acknowledge today down. Nick, I just wanna to add war is hell on earth. Earth. I do not want war ever again. And, you know, I'm thinking to myself, the kids today are so spoiled, but I think I'd rather have spoilt in the way the kids of yesterday where they were sent out to battle so innocent, and so many of them, so many inside horrible death. But I wanted to add on on that note, Dominic you'd think that people would learn today and yet, you've got someone on, giving example Assad in Syria, and he does ages kill civilians, a chemical weapons and he gets away with it. Well, you know Judy when when you look at what's going on around the world. And, and let me just make this point. And before I do. So let me give the telephone number. We're on this Memorial Day he had WABC seven seventy AM dominant cauda in four quotas, and Juliet, one eight hundred eight four eight WABC one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two Judy before I let you go out when I turn to your point, as a journalist, I've had the opportunity to travel to Somalia to travel to, to, to Israel numerous times to travel to Guantanamo Bay. Guantanamo Bay Cuba. Of at the time when, when the Haitian refugees were being held in Guantanamo Bay and the first thing that we were told as we were flecked on this Memorial Day. They told us not to make sure that we did not wear a white shirt. And I didn't understand the logic. But the officers in the commanding officer in Guantanamo Bay Cuba told me and told the others that anyone that walks around the grounds. Mea the mea the Bob Dwyer, if you're seeing with a white shirt, they assumed that you're in an American higher up in the military, and they may take a shot at you. And then and then when I when I arrived in Somalia, and, you know, it was quite odd folks, because it was it was about five o'clock in the morning. We went over the military transport transportation unit so on and the airport was serving as the military base and Somalia and they, they told us that if you leave the base, once you leave this base you in Somalia, you're taking your life a within your own hands. Because because there are sharpshooters up on rooftops, the moment that you that would not friendly to Americans so I do not take this day lightly. I understand the people and you should understand the people that have made the sacrifice before us for us to have this opportunity to be here in this great country. And that's how I really feel if you don't think it's a great country. Go to some other places, and then come back and tell me what you think as it relates to America. Let's go to New Jersey before we have news headlines, and let's say could afternoon to John. John urine. Seventy-seven WABC Carter. Nice to talk to you. Thank you. Thank you. Let us know when we talk about infrastructure. And I think that back that at the beginning, or burn, while he was more concerned with trying to by my Cam building the wall with Mexico, of course, not going to pay for it, but he never good put too much attention to the infrastructure. And I think that is moment. Do you think? Do you think do you think John, the deal can be made? I, I believe this possible. What do you think I five about five in fact I playing the game? Oh, exacto. You know, one foot in the auditors. We'll get through the order. And then there's no way I win. About the beginning. They infrastructure very important message. And they should be neglected. Absolutely. It just didn't make too much money right now in our thinking in fucking a bottle. I don't I hear him talking about everything now, Whittingham by good stuff. I'll everything what do. There was there was the meeting the other day. John of with, with the Democrats with things didn't go too well. And now and now and now the president now the president is in Japan. Let's go to I'm at school, and I'm looking here. And it's from it's from, I'm I live in Pomona, New York. And the call is from Pomona, New York. It's from a Stephen on this Memorial Day. Good afternoon. Going, Seventy-seven WABC, excuse me. Good afternoon. I'm making good afternoon. Good afternoon, everyone. And I think all the veterans their service come from a military family and years, if I did not serve, but I wanna say this Dominic, you know, it is I find it unacceptable that I should see school buses. St. Sheba school buses on Memorial Day. Never mind thanksgiving Christmas. All right. This Memorial Day. All right. And if you don't have enough respect to keep those schools closed for one day. All right. Maybe you need to reconsider your policies. Because I, I am nine I am not the only one who finds his deeply offensive. Alright. And dominic. What goes never mind you, you know what's going on around here. All right. It's specially in Rockland county, especially in town of ram appalled. All right. The idea that these Yeshivas we'll send it it is disrespectful. You live in the United States of America. All right. This is not, you know, this is not like the kosher Taliban is something I think it's Wong while I, he used to even and, and I do I do think I do. Thank you for your call on.

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Launchers and would appear to be a new short range ballistic missile, the official Korean Central News agency, says Kim Jong UN expressed great satisfaction with the drills and it stressed that North Korean troops on the front lines should keep a high alert posture, South Korea has expressed concern that the launches which included what it describes as a new technical guided weapon are violation of an agreement between the two Koreas to cease all hostile acts, but secretary of state Mike Pompeo tells ABC's this week the missiles landed in the water, east of North Korea didn't present a threat to the United States to South Korea or Japan. And he says Washington still wants to strike a deal with Kim to get North Korea to denuclearize Ben Thomas, Washington, White House national security adviser, John Bolton said Sunday. The US is deploying the USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN carrier strike group and bomber. Taskforce to the US central command region as a message to Iran without providing any details. Bolton says the move is in response to what he calls a number of troubling and escalatory indications and warnings National Transportation Safety board. Vice chairman Bruce Landsberg says a pilot request as they were approaching the naval air station. Jacksonville, preceded a hard landing before the aircraft went into the water. The pilots requested to change the active runway. We don't know what they were thinking. Or why why they made that choice, and that will be one of the things that we look to find out all one hundred forty three people on board the Boeing seven thirty seven that was coming to the US from Guantanamo Bay Cuba or evacuated safely. Secretary state Mike Pompeo says he's going to speak with Russian Foreign.

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All survive as plane carrying US military crashes into river in Jacksonville

WFTL Programming

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

All survive as plane carrying US military crashes into river in Jacksonville

"Whether could possibly have been a factor in last night's jetliner skidding off a runway into a shallow river in Florida's a federal safety. Investigators NTSB vice chairman Bruce Landsberg at the scene, we'll be looking very closely at that. There were some reports of heavy rain, and we haven't ascertained yet exactly what the weather was at the time of landing the plane chartered by the department of defense was carrying military and civilians from Guantanamo Bay. Cuba to

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Doors on their completely push into the dating. There are back. Wall is battling degrading. Buckle down. This happened at about nine Forty-five last night the sighting from the roughly four story tall building was blown off. There's no word yet on what caused the blast. Containment booms have been placed around the Jeff that ran off a runway and into the Saint John's river in Florida to minimize fuel from spilling into the waterway. Marc Russo is fire chief at the naval air station. Jacksonville. We had over fifty firefighters on scene within fifteen twenty minutes. The the cruise all were able to our crews went in the water immediately to the wing edge and started escorting people that were on the wing edge to the shore, the military charter landed heart and a funder storm carrying one hundred and forty three people from Guantanamo Bay Cuba. No series injuries reported. No word yet on what went wrong investigators have an important clue. They've recovered. The plane's flight data recorder. South Korea says he's very concerned about North Korea's weapons launches calling them a violation of last year's inter-korean agreements to reduce tensions between the countries this afternoon. Government says he urges North Korea to stop committing acts that would raise military tensions and joint efforts to resume nuclear negotiations. They'll standards his White House columnist for the he'll we don't know, exactly. Whether this missile launches aimed, send a message to Washington or to South Korea. But clearly it is a problem in terms of this process. The Trump administration has put quite a lot of store in the idea that it has been able. Able to reinvigorate relations with North Korea. South Korea says it's working with Washington to find out details of launches such as exactly what kind of projectiles North Korea fired today, an executive for the company proposing the keystone excel oil pipeline from Canada's oil sands into the US says it's missed the twenty nine thousand nine construction season because of court delays transcanada's announcement comes after plans to begin construction of the long delayed biplane got blocked when federal judge in Montana ordered additional environmental reviews. President Trump has been trying to push it through issued a new permit for keystone last month. This CBS news with so much change in our world. It's good to know. There's a place to find real answers original reporting every evening on the CBS evening news with Jeff.

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Guantanamo Bay. Cuba crashed into the Saint John's river Friday night. The plane was nuts emerged captain Michael Connor calls. It a miracle hundred and forty three were quickly accounted for and brought to shore. There were no fatalities. The they were minor injuries to some personnel at the last count was twenty one personnel. Minor injuries in terms of you know, bumps and bruises, but no broken bones that I'm aware of or any life threatening injuries. NTSB investigators will be conducting the probe into what happened an explosion north of Chicago and four people to the hospital and level the building the blast that he silicon plant your gurney caused. The ground to shake officials want everyone to stay away from the area for now. South Korea says North Korea lunch several projectiles into the east seats barrage with the South Koreans. Call short range projectiles, and it's important that they're not calling the missiles fired in to the eastern, multiple projectiles. It's not a long range ICBM test that we used to see, but it's clearly a provocative move quick whip of the reaction. Sarah Sanders, we're aware of North Korea's actions. Tonight, we will continue to monitor as necessary Republican Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado. North Korea presents a clear and present danger to US national security, and we must ramp up maximum pressure. Fox's Leland bittered talks continues to bring an end to America's longest military engagement. The Taliban says it's discussing a timetable with the US for the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. The Taliban rejected any ceasefire until you.

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Plane slides off runway into river in Florida

Dennis Prager

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Plane slides off runway into river in Florida

"In Florida say a charter plane carrying one hundred forty three people and travelling from Cuba to north Florida ended up in a river at the end of a runway Jacksonville news release from naval air station. Jacksonville says a Boeing seven thirty-seven arriving from naval station Guantanamo Bay. Cuba crashed into the Saint John's river Friday night. But no critical injuries reported the plane carrying one hundred and thirty six passengers and seven air crew. Members aboard the Jacksonville sheriff's office says the marine unit we sponsored to assist correspondent Andrew Stewart. The plane ended up in a shallow water and not submerged officials say everyone in the plane was alive accounted for

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"WcbMcom. The White House is watching I'm del Walters. Fox News White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, reacting to projectiles launched by North Korea. What the South Koreans, call short range projectiles. And it's important that they're not calling the missiles fired in to the eastern, see multiple projectiles. It's not a long range ICBM test that we used to see, but it's clearly a provocative move quick whip of the reaction. Sarah Sanders, we are aware of North Korea's actions. Tonight, we will continue to monitor as necessary Republican Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado. North Korea presents a clear and present danger to US national security, and we must ramp up maximum pressure. Fox's Leland reporting all of them landing in the Japan slid off the runway plane on its way from Guantanamo Bay. Cuba trying to land in Jacksonville, Florida, avoiding seven thirty seven one hundred forty three on boards chief on scene, and he put it this way. He said I can tell you looking for two dogs and a cat. And if we're looking for two dogs in a cat. This is a better situation than it could have been so everyone can breathe a sigh of relief. It looks like all a hundred and forty two people are. Are. Okay, go again that number now one forty three Russell Coburn, Fox TV affiliate W FOX. They talked President Trump and Russia's President Vladimir Putin President Trump during an hour long phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin said the two leaders discussed among other things the ongoing civil unrest in Venezuela. He is not looking at all to get involved in Venezuela other than he'd like to see something positive happened for Venezuela. And I feel the same way we wanna get some humanitarian aid right now. People are starving. The president has said all options, including the military option are on the table to install opposition leader, one Guadagno as the interim acting president of.

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"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"guantanamo bay, cuba" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"South Korean and US. Authorities or analyzing details of a North Korean missile launch joint. Chiefs of staff is now saying that North Korea has launched several short range missiles off its eastern coast. The military seven the statement Saturday Korean time that the missiles flew up to one hundred twenty five miles before they landed in the sea, the south had previously said that the north had just launched a single missile. That's corresponded, George Pataki. A charter jet has crashed into north Florida river authorities say there are some injuries, but everyone on board survived. It was a Boeing seven thirty-seven jet flying into Jacksonville from the US navy base Guantanamo Bay Cuba, there were dozens of people on board. Wendy officials say the plane crashed into the Saint John's river, they say the jet was in shallow, water and nuts of merged. And that everyone is accounted for Jacksonville. Authorities say the spill of jet fuel into the water is being addressed and flight experts will be investigating. What caused the crash I'm Jacky Quin Republicans say they will appeal a federal ruling that orders Ohio to draw a new congressional map for the twenty twenty elections. More of these stories at townhall dot com. We have to talk about it. I don't want to we have to know. But we need life insurance. I'm not listening to you. Don't love me. Then what old fine we need life insurance. But all the paperwork. It's such a pain. Not with ethos. You those is that some kind of yoga thing now ethos his life insurance for people like us. Why Gus people who don't have time for fine print insurance, jargon and hidden fees? Yeah. I pretty much all that stuff..

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