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UN court to rule on bid for order to Russia to halt invasion
"The United Nations top court is expected to rule on a request by Ukraine full it's judges to order Russia to hold it's devastating invasion as part of a wider case that could take years to complete at the Hague based international court of justice you cranes all judges to order Russia to immediately suspend the military operations launched on February twenty fourth but it remains to be seen if Moscow would comply with any order made by the ICJ which is sometimes known as the world called Russia's
"icj" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"It's always, but the story you told me is about how nothing happened and we just were like, uh, no, we don't recognize that judgment. That's a pretty dismal picture. I'm called upon to optimist prime myself here a little bit. That decision, while we've never paint the reparations, that decision did have consequences in the way in which the United States saw itself and related to the world. We have not subsequently mined harbors, where we could have where we did. We have not subsequently engaged in the same level. You know, you want to talk about the invasion of Iraq. I 100% agree that that was monstrous and awful, but notice that there was zero justification given, right? That at least involved, I can't believe this is going to get taken terribly out of context here. It involved Colin Powell, committing war crimes to the UN Security Council. Going forward. And identifying fake maps where famously a baby formula factory was displayed as a known chemical weapons factory. It involved manufacturing of evidence, the fact that they had to present and manufacture that evidence. In my view, as a step forward, in Nicaragua, it was just no, we don't like the ruling sandinista government is pro Soviet, so we're going to set up and train guerrilla warriors to overturn that despite the fact that they keep getting reelected. Again, maybe I'm too much of an international realist, but to me that represents a real difference. To me that represents a consequence of a type, not enforcing the judgment, but changing including in the recognition of what constitutes appropriate national conduct, the kind of yeah, okay, we're not going to talk about that anymore. And that is at least some progress. And so I don't know that I endorse the idea that it did nothing. I certainly believe it should do more, but I don't know that I endorse that it did nothing. How do you think this will be applied here? What do you think will happen? The questions I was going to ask you heading into this about the international law, the UN, that the framework we're laying out is, okay, that's all well and good to have this law that you described where it comes from. How is it enforced? Who enforces it and I know the veto is always a problem. There's like, if there's enough countries like one or two, I know there's a problem with Israel. You know, it's always like, well, what Israel's doing is horrible to the Palestinians, but there's just the U.S., it's just a permanent veto on any consequences. How does that function here? You could kick Russia off the Security Council. For example, how the hell are they on the Security Council? They possess the seat formerly held by the Soviet Union, established with the founding of the United Nations. And there is a ICJ case waiting to be had that says, the Soviet Union, that thing's gone. That broke up in the early 1990s. And we don't just transfer that out. You now have the Soviet Union is a bunch of independent sovereign nations, each of which have a vote in the General Assembly. That, in my view, represents a valid move forward. At the end of the day, establishing what the consensus of the international community is, is significant. And I think that that remains one option. And again, if that were to go forward, you will hear the whataboutism, right? Shouldn't we also kick the U.S. off for what they did? Yeah. It's not to say that anybody has China for what they're doing to the Uighurs. It isn't that anyone has clean hands. It is, this is a clear violation of principle number one. And if we can't mobilize the entirety of the world unanimously to say, we stand up to this. Then what are we doing here in international law? And look, getting every nation to stand up to it. Like Germany, absolutely needs. Their economy is dependent upon the Ukrainian national gas pipeline. And they've said they will not purchase if Russia seizes the natural gas reserves in Ukraine. They won't buy that on the open market from Russia. Sometimes international agreements sometimes the consensus of world nations actually does matter. And sometimes it matters before going to World War three. I don't know. I don't mean to suggest that I have easy answers for this, but I do have the law. That's the best we can do here. All of this would have applied for Crimea as well, right? And that seemed to just happen and then the time passed. And it's like, all right, well, I guess, I guess Russia just owns Crimea now. It's part of why I feel so urgent about that now. Yeah. What happened in Crimea? And again, you want to talk about U.S. complicity. We've talked about this in connection that Paul Manafort and Ted Devine, U.S. political operatives went over to Ukraine to help elect a pro Soviet stooge as president of Ukraine, and that complicated the issue with Crimea. It complicated the issue given the over 50% majority of individuals of Russian origin, nationality, incredibly. I do not mean to suggest that these are good arguments, but I mean to suggest that these are reasons why it was treated differently than we ought to treat the outright invasion and bombing of Kyiv today. Those fig leaf arguments. There aren't even things anymore with respect to this. And so, you know, you can't you can not fix every historical grievance. You can not ensure right conduct by horrible imperialist nations that include the United States. But we can fix this. We can identify and go, all right, we at least agree that this is an unambiguous violation of the bedrock, the first principle of customary international law. And if I can get people out there to say like, yeah, look, I want to hear all the arguments we want to talk about X and Y and Z, but at the end of the day, this is a thing we can do something about. That's how I want to use my voice on this. All right, well, quite a deep dive, interesting history in there, a lot to learn, and yeah, once again, I guess put out a call if you're in Ukraine and you want to write in and let us know anything like that. Email us our inbox is always open. And hearts go out to you right now. That is a very scary situation. Oh, no social this firm has ever failed the bar exam. No kidding. And now it's time for T three B, Thomas tries to be ethical, taking the ethics exam now and acing it today's question is, should you invade a neighboring sovereign nation as an attorney? I think I'll just answer. No, a, no. Did I pass it? You did, you absolutely passed it. All right, what's our real question? All right, Thomas, an attorney in a 5 lawyer firm, learned that one of her partners had charged personal expenses to a client and had fraudulently represented that the expenses were related to the client's representation. After being confronted with evidence of the fraud, the partner resigned. The attorney disclosed the fraud to the client, directed the law firm's billing department to refund the fraudulent charges to the client, and the attorney then asked the client whether the client wanted to disclose the partner's conduct to the disciplinary authority. The client did not object to the disclosure, but left the decision up to the attorney. Is the attorney required to report the partner's conduct to the disciplinary authority. A, yes, because lawyers must report all violations of the rules of professional conduct to disciplinary authorities. B, yes, because the conduct raised a substantial question as to lawyers honesty, trustworthiness, or fitness as a lawyer. C, no, because the attorney acted promptly to rectify any damage to the client caused by the Parker's conduct, or D, no, because the attorney owes a continuing fiduciary duty to the partner with respect to matters that occurred during the course of their partnership. Okay, tough one, this feels like a specific rule I need to know. I'm going to go ahead and eliminate the no answers. I think you probably do have to report the partner's conduct. I would hope that's the rule because otherwise, you know, they just go out there, essentially, they Catholic Church the whole thing. They just go find another person to defraud. I would hope that that's not how the system is supposed to work. I think with this serious of a violation, I would hope that you're supposed to report it. So I'm going to just eliminate the no answers. And I'm going to guess between the yes answers. A, yes, because lawyers must report all violations of the rules of professional conduct to disciplinary authorities. That's very universal language. Could be true, but also, I don't know, maybe so how would that not be true? Maybe if something's very minor and its remedy really quickly, maybe you don't have to report that. I could imagine that being a way that the sort of the absolute language of a is wrong, or B, yes, because the conduct raised a substantial question as to the partner's honesty, trustworthiness or fitness as a lawyer. I'm gonna go with B I think that with a, there's probably some tiny, you know, there's probably some reasonable circumstances where it's like, all right, you brought a pinhole accidentally and just so you stole a pen..
"icj" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Is, wow. Managua, capital Nicaragua was hit by one of the most powerful earthquakes of the 20th century, 6.3 magnitude earthquake in 1972. Killed 10,000 people, injured tens of thousands more left 300,000 people homeless. There are areas of Managua today that haven't been rebuilt 50 years later. And that's largely because samosa embezzled the funds that were sent internationally to rebuild the city. Plasmapheresis continued to export Nicaraguan blood to Europe in the wake of the earth. I mean, literally I can not imagine worse villainy than this, right? So by 1975, samosas family controlled 60% of the economy of Nicaragua. That's a number that you can not imagine. Three quarters of the population could not read or write and the handful of autocrats owned literally all of the wealth, a majority, I shouldn't say literally all that. But owned 60% of the wealth of this nation. So she's probably not too surprising that in 1979 they were finally overthrown by the Socialist Party, the sandinista national liberation front. That was named after our hero sandino. That lasted for about a year and a half, and then in the United States, we elected Ronald Reagan, Ronald Reagan's CIA immediately organized and began training revolutionaries to overthrow the democratically elected. She's were the contras. Contra meaning against, and this, again, I can not tell you strongly enough, was pure imperialism, right? The FSL in held an election in 1984. They won the U.S. did not care. We sent guns. We sent money. We sent training. We sent officers. That training included explicit instructions to the contras as to how to carry out targeted assassinations against judges, police, governmental officials. It is as corrupt as terrible as bad as you can think, and then we hooked up the contrast with a well-known drug trafficker working for the CIA and contra run drug gangs sold crack in the United States in order to fund their efforts in Nicaragua. I'm not going to talk about the Iran contra scandal because this is already going so long. In addition to all of that, from January to March of 1984, the CIA secretly mined three harbors in Nicaragua. These are the three largest ports in the country. Those mines disrupted Nicaraguan shipping. They had no idea where they were. So the country couldn't export goods, 7 vessels were damaged. Nicaraguan fishing boats would blow up when they would hit the we just killed Nicaraguan fishermen out there. If you want a tiny bit of nostalgia, the mining was actually opposed by some Republicans, including senator Barry Goldwater, a very famously went to the floor of the Senate. He was the chair of the Senate intelligence committee at the time when he read the report. He went to the floor of the Senate and said, I am pissed off. Wow. Back when things would matter. Yeah, but it didn't matter. I mean, they all got away with it. Reagan still revered to this day. Democrats thought and talked about appointing a special prosecutor under the old special prosecutor statute to determine that that violated U.S. law. That went nowhere once Ronald Reagan won 49 states in reelection in the 1984 election. Finally, after 72 years, Nicaragua went to the United Nations. They got a ruling. The UN ruled against the U.S. on 15 counts, ordered the U.S. to pay reparations, and the basis of that ruling was that the United States breached customary international law by violating the sovereignty of Nicaragua, and then there's 15 counts where the multiple ways that we violated their 15. They're like, we there's plenty more, but there's a cap. Of course, training the contrast, laying the mines. The sub activities that relate to that. It was extensive and damning. And the United States under Ronald Reagan responded by saying, yeah, we're not sure that the ICJ has jurisdiction over us. And the ICJ said, oh yeah, no, we definitely do. That's a question for us to decide. And we decide what we do. And we were like, okay, well, agree to disagree. Then the UN Security Council passed multiple measures enforcing the judgment that the U.S. vetoed. Finally, it went to the floor of the United Nations itself and that vote was 94 to three. The three votes to the contrary were the United States, Israel, and El Salvador, which had a right-wing puppet dictatorship that we had successfully managed to prop up in an illustration. Like I could tell the el Salvadoran story and it would be similarly horrible. So 94 to three, so not exactly a great spot for the U.S. to be in. And to this day, we have declined to recognize the authority of that judgment by the ICJ. So I take two principles away from that. The first is the hard lesson right here, and that is, it is very, very difficult to hold a member of the UN Security Council accountable under international law. What we did in Nicaragua was indefensible and horrible and wrong. And if I were president, I would immediately order reparation that we comply with that rule. It's going to be tough. It is going to be unbelievably hard to hold Russia accountable for their naked aggression in Ukraine. But if you think what the U.S. did in Nicaragua was wrong, the legal grounds for that was the violation of the sovereignty of Nicaragua. Nothing else. There's no other violation of international law upon which you can hang your hat. And if you think that nations are sovereign, that deserve not to have an imperialist power come in and say, we don't like this government, we want to put in this guy instead and if you think that there is any ground for that, you have to. You have to be on the side of humanity in opposition to what Russia is doing here. There's no amount of like what about ism or like, I agree like the invasion of Iraq was you would not find somebody more opposed to our efforts to conflate post 9 11 and go into Iraq. It's terrible and it's awful, but one of the reasons why it's terrible and awful is the principle of sovereignty. And that's what I just want to encourage folks to recognize and stand up for and stand up for unambiguously. Are there problems with it? Hell yes, there are problems with it. You know, you ask the right question. Let's talk about Taiwan versus the People's Republic of China. Absolutely. It is not a perfect system. But it is the system, the bare minimum that we've come into agreement that is meant to stop 70 years of atrocities like this. Sure. I hate to be the megatron..
"icj" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Has begun a brutal assault on the people of Ukraine without provocation without justification without necessity. This is a premeditated attack. Okay, on to the main news, the invasion of Ukraine. What can you tell us about this? What's the opening arguments explainer on what's going on? Here's my opening arguments explainer. The principle of national sovereignty is the cornerstone of international law. And so when you say that Russia has committed war crimes and violated international law, that's the basis for saying so. When I said that, late last night, on social media, I got pushback from some of our listeners. And I get one level, the argument that they're making, which is, boy, the U.S. seems to have unclean hands with respect to this. Sure. A colonial monstrous nation and who are we to start talking about sovereignty. And so I want to weave together a story about one of the very worst things the United States has ever done. And bring you around to the point where recognizing that activity requires recognizing the principle that I stated at the outset, which is that the bedrock of international law is sovereignty. And so regardless of how dirty you think our hands are and they are super, wait till you hear the story. You still need to be firmly on the side of this is naked aggression and this needs to be resisted with whatever practically we can organize. It's a complete non sequitur argument. I can't wait for the story of the explainer, but just logically speaking, before even getting to that, because we did bad things, therefore everybody gets to do it. We started it. So anybody gets out, yeah, I guess it's free for all, no more sovereignty because we got away with some terrible crap. And also, I think it matters who we're talking about. You know, it's one thing to say, America, as a unit, did all these bad things throughout the centuries. But I mean, I think that can be a little bit unfair. For one thing, many people out there didn't support the previous day rock war, other invasions never supported it, and are on perfectly fine ethical ground wanting there to be consequences for this invasion of Ukraine. It's not, it would be one thing if George W. Bush was like, hey, man. Come on. Then you can be like, yeah, that's a little hypocritical. George W. Bush, and maybe he is doing that. I don't know. But Bill crystal. Bill crystal is doing it. He's a huge hypocrite and we have called him out as a monster, you know, throughout the duration of opening arguments, right? We prefaced that with God help me. I agree with Bill crystal on the rare occasions where I have. So yeah, excellent point. It's not the George W. Bush administration anymore. It's a new administration, and furthermore, for there to be any help for the people who desperately need it in this world. Unfortunately, it's going to have to come from people with unclean hands because honestly, who has perfectly clean hands, internationally, in any of this. So that's the only way, oh, sorry, the last point I was going to make on that is that's directly Putin's argument as well. His speech. His insane speech. That was a precursor to this. Right before the troops stormed across the border, yeah. Was a litany of and honestly, it's genius in an evil way. I mean, all he did was list the U.S.'s sins in the past and honestly is right about a lot of that. But he's relying on that in order to commit atrocities. So don't let it don't help him with that is all I'm saying. Let me amplify that a little bit because we always get misunderstood when I make this point. I am engaging with the argument being made by some of our listeners as a good faith argument. I do get it. So when I say this, I am not dismissing everyone whose initial reaction is, well, okay, like this is bad, but like the U.S. has been bad. I don't really see why we should get involved. I am not immediately dismissing that as Russian propaganda. Shaking your argument at face value. But I want to tell you this. We know from the Senate intelligence reports that Russian troll farms right now are flooding Facebook and other social media outlets with Russian bots and individuals who are repeating these kinds of arguments. And so I'm not saying you are being disingenuous by making the argument. You may firmly believe it. But you are repeating the same arguments that are being employed by troll farms. And let's not give aid and comfort to our international rival that has just committed a war crime. So what do I mean by has committed a war crime? What does it mean to violate international law? As it turns out, there's a relatively straightforward answer to what that means. The UN charter chapter 14 describes how we know what international law is. And the answer is actually kind of genius in its simplicity. Article 92. The International Court of Justice shall be the principal judicial organ of the United Nations. It shall function in accordance with the annex that means attached statute, which is principles of how it works, which is based upon the previous entity, which was called the permanent court of international justice in a rather abusing the permanent court lasted a very short period of time. So basically, international law is whatever the International Court of Justice says that it is. So, how does that work? Article 93, all members of the United Nations are ipso facto parties to the statute of the International Court of Justice. So in joining the UN, you say we are parties to the ICJ. Article 94, each member of the United Nations undertakes to comply with the decision of the ICJ in any case to which it is a party, okay? So the ICJ has jurisdiction over every member of the UN. Put a pin in that one. Article 95 says nothing in the present charter shall prevent members of the United Nations from entrusting the solution of their differences to other tribunals by virtue of agreements already in existed, which may be concluded in the future. Okay, that is just you can find other ways to solve disagreements. And then article 96, the General Assembly or the Security Council may request the ICJ to give an advisory opinion on any legal question. So that's it. They're a couple other sentences. But basically, that's how the UN says we determine what international law is. So remember that annexed statute, the statute of the International Court of Justice, in turn, describes how the ICJ makes that determination. So okay, the UN says international laws, whatever the ICJ says it is..
"icj" Discussed on UN News
"It's the Silla water. And there is a pending case concerning the construction of a dam between Hungarian Slovakia, but it's an old case. To complete there is also a case concerning the interpretation of a convention, a bilateral convention, and that concerns and United States sensitive matters. But through this bilateral treaty, those two cases came to the court, a case concerning diplomatic relation. That's the move of the embassy, the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem this case brought by Palestinian against United States. And when I refer to human rights, I mentioned three, I should have mentioned four because there is a high profile case also The Gambia versus Myanmar, a case concerning the alleged violation of the convention again genocide. With that human rights, diplomatic relation and wrong manal matters delimitation and interpretation of bilateral treaties, you have to list the result last one because if you add up the case as I've mentioned, you will not reach 15. There is a case of reparation. In the aftermath of conflict, armed conflict, that the case between the Democratic Republic of the Congo versus Uganda and the court already delivered the judgment in the past considered that Uganda was liable because of breach of international law. And the next phase was really to determine the amount of compensation. That's the case under consideration. And the decision should be rendered soon. It gives you, as I said, a map of the issues where which lead to disputes and in respect of which the court may be useful for states. And as a last word, what would you like to tell people are crucial to the work of ICJ is? I think it's important to because we may consider that our clients are the states we need to deal with representatives of states..
"icj" Discussed on UN News
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"icj" Discussed on UN News
"I could say in a provocative way. It's business as usual, which is not entirely false, but I will elaborate in the sense that as far as the core business of the chord. I mean, the judicial activities, I think we have completed the program of work, the number of hearings and cases to court should deal with. There's we there was no real interruption. For two, three weeks, I have to confess we had to adjust and to move to another era, which IT. And there was just one earring postponed, but otherwise we could organize meetings with some platforms, electronic platforms. And thereafter, hearings could be organized first with video link only. And after a while, that's this nice expression hybrid meeting. It means that you are judges in the great hall of justice in The Hague. Some of them participating remotely through videoing. And you are also representatives of the parties to the dispute, appearing in the room with a limited number four 5. And orders, lawyers, pleading from Washington or Paris or other cities. That was quite an achievement. And I have to say the team and the registry was responding in a very positive tone. This recon 14 that faced with the challenge like that, we could give efficient response. Of course, we hope that we are approaching the end of this pandemic and we will live to manage what comes after. There will be some kind of organization before and after. You can not deny that. But we will try to see what is positive in terms of organization. But I would say if you look at the activities of the court, there was no slowdown, not at all..
"icj" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio
"On the was cracked. Everybody how you doing so as you see. We got jason on the screen right now. gonna run doing legendary. You know whether you know. I'm so before we get started with the show Unfortunately we do have to start with sad news and announced passing a former niner light. Linebacker paris Other sound the san francisco forty niners suicide to learn the passing affair At the age of every seven a former linebacker for san francisco. Two thousand sixty two thousand twelve harrison also served as the team's director of player engagement for two years through twenty sixteen through twenty seventeen. The forty nine. The niners released said in a statement. The forty niners are heartbroken and shocked. By the news of peirce ferris's tragic passing was a beloved member of our organization that lived life stored neri amount of passion joy while living in marketable mark on. Everyone he came across. We are going to affairs. Is family loved ones and a nine year. Nfl veteran harrison played for one hundred eighteen games. Eighty stars registered. Three hundred and eighty tackles twenty sacks five fumble recoveries three phone bills and five fast passes defense. He was originally drafted by the niners fifth. Round one hundred fortieth overall the two thousand six. Nfl draft seven seasons with the forty niners in harrison played in a six game sixteenth stars to tell two hundred ninety five tackles swinging and a half sacks four fumble recoveries before fumbles and four. His defense Just a really really sad news to here. I was telling jason off air at. I'll go ahead and share a quick story withdrawal. I was bringing my daughter to levi stadium to go to the forty niners team store one time and they were closed for inventory back. Held a bad because of me and my daughter walked hard to try to get the team store and it was pretty much no sin so i told my daughter i was like well. You know the niners practice right here princess. Let's see if we can look in and maybe see if tap we could see cap or something and cfo come over and say hi and i see parents. You should've manner. I was like i'll see so the ready for the niners any watch over and he was like. Oh i used to our position you put it was linebacker. Was number ninety. Eight and i was out. Paris harrison was like was cracking thoughts. You and i you to my daughter and i for a second and you know it was a really cool dude. You know really was engaged with my daughter and everything and you know you could tell she was how character he's like eight billion type service. Is you know. But he was really cool. It really general was really sweet sore and everything so definitely very sad to hear about his passage. Yeah definitely you know. Don't his family. You know everything. I've read about him off. The field is that he was just like really cool. Dude you care about everybody kind of thing. So you know socks. I haven't heard what happened to him though. Did say that. I think it was nothing officially been released. But i heard Through a podcast jive. Forgive me for not remembering. I listened to frigging podcast but apparently he died in asleep. Icj's bowman a former niner. Cj spillman had apparently said something like that on social media but Definitely sad to hear and we only thirty seven. I mean i was just so jason. I was like a year and a half older than me. i can imagine. I'm off forty two. This is only five years so it's not gonna do far over the number. Yeah exactly. I can't imagine you know being dead in a year and a half and that's now obviously odd of very awkward transition from you know real life situations to football life situations but as everyone. I'm sure knows. Niners won a forty one to thirty three to improve the thirty nine. Twenty eight and one overall i gue- lions including fifteen eighteen on the road. Niners have now won. Eighteen of the last one regular season matches up matches ups matchups in eleven of twelve overall. Shanahan is to versus the lions twenty one. Half point half lead was the third biggest in season opener in franchise history. Twenty one points are. I'm sorry twenty. Five points at dallas in two thousand fourteen was the most Forty one points. Third-most franchise history to open the season. The most was forty nine in two thousand three against chicago and the thirty one points. Were the most by team in the first half since scoring thirty five points in the first half verses. The st louis rams in november of succeeds of two thousand and eighteen so most by any shanahan team that he's coached to yep. Yeah i in the first half by shansi as well. Yeah i guess. I over over skip that note and i wanted to say. Oh wait wait no. That's that's the later out so just. I came on on friday disgusted pretty much. We we figure this game would be like it was at least the first half. I believe that we have to break down the game in almost two parts of the really the first three quarters really the first three and a half quarters and finally the last six minutes first. Three-quarters humming we're going over the low cheer off. Can you say obviously we know about the fumble the first series of according to plan literally after that we literally were. Not unstoppable. here is a list of the drives My back over is this should be this. One off wiseman mobile hotspot for anyway. I know we scored on the rest of the four jives within the Within the first half so the offense was literally stoppable which the legendary To care is not cheap to carries. We saw everything you really felt. Trey got in for a couple of ways. We saw the layup field. I mean that is simply that's.
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"Off the street and practice squatters, the Kick game and the return game have not been up to par for the 40 Niners. This special team's overall has been spotted the first part of the year, which now ski had blocked against these Arizona Cardinals, which Got them back into the game after the 40 Niners. Let's check nothing. Wind up losing opening day. 24 20 Good sign Jeff Wilson. Junior back in. They're going to a true ICJ's under center. Kyle used check directly ahead. Gotta run it coming straight ahead. Good block by use Check, and Jeff Wilson Jr will bang out across the 20 yard line for a good powerful run A little groggy. He was maybe even knocked out cold. And at first half T rack, But he comes right back on the league play and they come right back with here. It is gonna be a nice bag game. I'm gonna be a nice bag second half and we're gonna chop people down and we're gonna move people in the line of scrimmage and Lake and Trent were outstanding and then used check as you As you call just chopped Markus Golden down out on the edge. He was checking on a pro ball for 1/5 straight year. All four has been a 40 Niners He's gonna reported that are Pro Bowl. There's a gunrunner Jeff Wilson Junior cut back at a good run 30 and he's knocked down and around the 34 yard line by Jordan Hickson. Mode of Baker. Great Vision there on the gun run opened up wide. But then he angled out left So too great runs by Jeff to open the second half and again outstanding blocking. And when you can get Trent Williams to take Zack Allan and walk him four yards down the line of scrimmage that is gonna hope it up that natural cutback crease. It was the vision of Jeff Wilson that was able to exploit it. He had nine carries for 59 yards in the first half, had a quick seven yard run Now another good run here..
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"Customer takes bags used by farmers used to carry a prescription drugs and a produce bags for bulk items such as fruits and vegetables are still allowed to ICJ Papa this is fox news warmer high pressure building in for our Sunday and then a front moves in and we will see the rain opportunities start to pick up a bit once we moved towards Tuesday tonight we're partly cloudy will run it back to the mid twenties for our Sunday sunshine a few clouds headed up to around fifty after seeing the upper thirties on Saturday we're looking at partly cloudy skies Sunday night stray shower Monday clouds otherwise low to mid sixties hi I'm Jeff you know for the weather channel for talk radio six eighty WCBS the W. C. B. M. studios are brought to you by safe retirement solutions call rob burrow we four one zero two six six eleven twenty save for retirement solutions dot com listen every Sunday from six oh five to six twenty AM for a broadcast from the internationally known sin chew tried in Baltimore St Jude is the patron Saint of despair and hopeless cases join us in prayer every Sunday from six oh five to six twenty AM on W. CBM hi this is Dave listen to my automotive talk show you want to know every Saturday morning from eight to ten right here on W. CBS export information on the repair of vehicles flea market giving you a chance to sell your car over the year your phone calls and a whole lot more it's every Saturday morning eight to ten AM with plenty of time to talk and figure out what's going wrong with your car talk radio six eighty W. C. B. M. the most powerful names in talk the views and opinions you hear on talk radio six eighty W. C. B. M. and W. C. B. N. dot com are not necessarily those of the owners management employers and advertisers of W. CBM but they should be the Tom Moore show is sponsored by H. B. M. productions welcome to the Tom Moore show this is doctor Tom Roenick again tonight lots and lots of things to talk about what start we can talk with politics and Biden when.
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"News ICJ pop of the defense attorneys are Roger stone demanding a new trial is coming just one day after president trump tweeted that the four person in his trial was biased tone sentencing is next Thursday and the judge gave both sides until Tuesday to file motions stone a buddy Mr trump was found guilty of witness tampering and lying to Congress closing arguments are down at the Harby once in a rape trial the lead prosecutor calling him a serial abuser predator as defense attorney Donna return telling the jury to come up with an unpopular decision to acquit him outside the court she was saying the same things we feel good about where we are this is a case that should be about evidence and in this case the evidence was all on our side the jury will start deliberations on Tuesday and they are building Blasi is backing Bernie Sanders for president the breasts of mayor from New York City will join the center this weekend of Adam America's list now here's your storm team ten forecast we are in for a cold one tonight wind chills down in the single digits and the air temperature down to near ten degrees Saturday morning clear sky mostly sunny force on Saturday hive only thirty one low and mid twenties or early Sunday morning we'll see a few more clouds Sunday afternoon but a milder day afternoon highs in the low and mid forties I'm stormteam tender Altmark sorrels on newsradio nine twenty eight one oh four seven of them it's the use radio and one oh four seven daily rewind with Ron Saint Pierre sponsored by Harris senior care services get in the Providence journal says three men who burst into a Providence full last year and assaulted two occupants before engaging in an armed standoff with the police have been sentenced to prison and boy did they drop an ashcan of these three that's according to the Rhode Island Attorney General the home invasion prompted a tense scene last March when the masked men took a family including an eight year old boy by the way took them hostage for hours before Providence police negotiator sergeant Michael Wheeler was able to convince them to leave the south Providence residents without harming anybody all three of the men pleaded no contest to charges on Wednesday that's according to the attorney general's office and man I'll tell you they were sentenced let's see one guy gets a fifty year full sentence with thirty years to serve at the A. C. I. in twenty years suspended another one pleaded guilty to burglary using a firearm during a crime of violence conspiracy to commit burglary forty year full sentence in twenty five years to serve at the A. C. I. and fifteen years suspended by the way that was the latest of the sentences so these three a sentence in the province home invasion in a standoff with police I remember that that was an awfully tense situation the controversy continues at the state house and this is all over that controversial audit of the Rhode Island convention center here Sam read from NBC ten what is the height of hypocrisy on February six house minority leader Blake Filippi sent letters.
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"Visors we need to know this is news radio WFLA and I heart radio station good morning I'm Chris trying been our top story eleven thirty alcohol is suspected in a crash that killed a jogger in Tampa police believe Benjamin E. Haas was drunk yesterday when he drove his truck on to the sidewalk and Bayshore Boulevard in west Julia street a man jogging died after he was hit and fell into Hillsboro bay the thirty one year old suspect allegedly had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit and he's facing charges including vehicular homicide a Florida Republican congressman has joined ranks with Democrats in the house in voting to support a resolution limiting president trump's war powers Matt gates says he supported trumps attack on an Iranian general but not a long term endless war in the Middle East this resolution offers no criticism of the president no critique it doesn't criticize the president's attack on Seoul Mani matter fact this resolution doesn't even say soul Amani's name it yet it does articulate are very robust basis for self defense at times even preemptory self defense to defend our troops gates was one of three Republicans to join with Democrats in the majority Tampa Bay traffic and weather just moments away with Florida's news might foxnews ICJ Papa circular state Mike Pompeii or treasury secretary Stephen Nugent reveal new sanctions against Iran Sir Terry minu.
Why is Aung San Suu Kyi at the International Court of Justice
"Awarding someone the Nobel Prize for peace is always tempting. Fate saw cha the vagaries of human affairs. Yesterday's warmonger is tomorrow's peacemaker and vice versa. That it's not really the Norwegian Nobel Committees Fault when Pulse Charity Makes Mockery of some of their judgements. When you give a piece Gong to someone like Henry Kissinger oh Yasser Arafat? It's just a risk you run. And it is nevertheless startling to see an actual Nobel peace laureate appearing at the International Court of Justice in The Hague to defend the government they lead against allegations of genocide. It's pretty much the one thing that isn't supposed to happen. History had given us the opportunity to give up our best just for a cause in which we believed when the Nobel Committee chose to honor me. The road had chosen of my own free will aw became less lonely path to follow sang suci daughter of the founder of modern Myanmar Aung San and a formidable politician diplomat and and activist in her own. Right won the Nobel Peace Prize in Nineteen ninety-one at the time she was rivaled only by Nelson Mandela as a universally admired Royat. Avatar of all. That was good displaying exemplary courage in resisting. All that was bad. She led the National League for Democracy as it faced down only terrifying and ruthless military GIONTA which had turned Myanma into North Korea with Palm. Trees saying SUCI spent most of the period between Nineteen nineteen ninety nine and two thousand and ten under house arrest. She was a hero aside from the Nobel Peace Prize. She was awarded the Sakharov Prize. US Congressional Channel Gold Medal and Presidential Medal of freedom an honorary order of Australia. Honorary Citizenship of Canada and Amnesty International's ambassador of conscience since award. Luke pestle made a film about her. U2 wrote a song about and in time she triumphed the NLD won a landslide election victory in two thousand and fifteen though denied the presidency on a technicality. She became state councillor effectively. Myanmar's prime minister it. It was hailed worldwide as a victory for decency determination and patience and now she's denying that she is some kind of an accessory to crimes against humanity he sang Succi has been fair to say on a journey. These ban mind this complex situation and the challenge to sovereignty and security already in our country when you're assessing the intent of those who attempted to deal with the rebellion. Surely under the circumstances genocidal decider intent cannot be only hypothesis loan and it is important to be clear that while Aung Sang. SUCCI is in The Hague. She is not in the dark. She is appearing voluntarily and has not been charged with any crime the allegation before the ICJ EJ is against her country. Not Her the case has been brought by the Gambia. Backed by the fifty-seven members of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation Asian a coterie which includes several nations who might want to pause before mounting their high horses where human rights are concerned. The allegation is essentially essentially that Myanmar's recent persecution of the Hindu people Myanmar's Muslim minority. Who lived mostly in the country's raccoon state amounts to genocide this? This is a term with specific legal meanings and it will be for the court to determine if events in Myanmar meet the threshold. What is known is bad enough? Enough since two thousand and sixteen perhaps a million ranger have fled Myanmar mostly to neighboring Bangladesh journalists NGOs and the UN win have reported a consistent pattern of atrocious violence much of it directed at civilians not excluding children Myanmar's military known as has the top Madore have consistently claimed that they are waging a counter insurgency against Islamist terrorists though Sang Suci does not directly command the Tatmadaw. Aw this is also the line that she has held. The most sympathetic imaginable interpretation of aren't sang Suu Cheese behavior. And it's a reach is that that she is still in some respects the prisoner of the same military which once held her under house arrest. She may have calculated. This is a compromise. She has to to make to maintain such democracy as me unmanned now has that if she takes hold in the military the military will once again take charge of the country. This is a question unlikely to interest the hundreds of thousands over hinge in now wondering if they'll ever be able to go home again and they of course are the ones who have have survived the Tatmadaw's pogroms justice for the victims. If it is coming at all maybe years away
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"Voting begins here in the United Kingdom today we look at what young voters make up the campaign and how significant their votes will be if you want to get in touch yeah you got for us BBC world service on Facebook and Twitter or you can send us a text or what's that message possible for seven seven eight six twenty fifty eighty five yeah mom he's been taken to court on charges of genocide against the minority Muslim range of population and thanks to cheat would attend the international court of justice to lead her country's defense yes the Nobel peace laureate is defending charges of genocide the ICJ in the Hague is in effect the United Nations world court it's not for individuals it's kind of country versus country and the case is being brought initially by the Gambia on behalf it says of all countries concerned about genocide in a surprising move on thanks to Gee herself is going to be in the Hague she doesn't have to but it's apparently going down well at home being seen as defending the homeland also in court will be on next guest international lawyer Philippe sands who's written extensively as a historian about the origins of the concept of genocide it was also at the legal counsel among them for the Gambia the case is brought under the nineteen forty eight convention on genocide the first post second World War human rights treaty which Rockies to prevent and to punish any out to genocide and it gives to the court that convention in article nine the power for the international court of justice to resolve disputes what happened in this case is that the Gambia Ron has taken the view that mayor ma is engaged in genocidal acts against certain members of its population the wrecking your group I'm that it has the right under the convention get the Gambia act is to bring proceedings to the Hague to insure that Myanmar complies with its obligations under the convention ultimately no sanction against them though there is no police force the components for them and if the aim is to try to help lower hinge of what help will be brought by a distance legal case well I mean you're going to go back to the period before the second World War there was no such international convention if individuals or groups were being targeted by their own countries there was actually no place to go walk governments decide to often Aktion forty five is that it was time to change that search actually right there isn't an international police force but what there is is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations which is the international court what it has the power to do is over time in this case given judgment on what is and is not happening but in the meantime the phase that's going to occur over the next three days this quarter provisional measures flies wet down there has made an application that's in the carriage before final judgment is given that Myanmar basically do nothing further to harm it's running your population but that's kind of a statement of opinion isn't it or a sort of a desire again either is there nothing enforceable it in this on to I'm just trying to get to the practicalities of how you were hoping to help that's all what well firstly significant because the decision if the court orders provisional measures those will be legally binding so as a matter of international law men will be compelled to comply with them but it could have all the consequences as you know the role of the proceedings of the international criminal court and also in some domestic courts in Argentina for example if the international court of justice rules that this is going on in the measures to be taken that these genocide lights have to stop that will have the trickle down consequences the hope has to be and the expectation is that if men month get such an order it will comply with the order right it in a certain place this is also giving I'm trying to cheat on her team see it's in which many analysts think they will boost her election prospects next year for standing up firmly for her country having done nothing wrong with position which is reason we've extensively had on this program is actually very popular in Myanmar is that not an issue with if you like the theater of the occasion you end up actually helping the people who were accused well you know one of the things when you're acting as counsel in the case are you focus on the legal issues and the issues you've raised a broader political considerations which is like outside my knowledge my experience and and my direct interest what significant for today is that the international court of justice for only the third time will here because alleging genocide the previous two cases were in relation to Bosnia and Croatia in the balls in the case of course the court ruled that Serbia had failed to prevent genocide from occurring among other places at Srebrenica on that has had significant consequences in trickle down consequences for it it is a legal and a lot of people will be watching it and it's part of the flow step towards the rule of law in international relations not Sir Philip sons international lawyer who's going to be there in the court in the Hague the international court of justice facing and sang soo chi and of the representatives of the Myanmar government now a couple of days to go until.
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"Is disappointed by the results in the general assembly today. But I would like to point out that the large number of abstentions. And the fact that the number of states were absent, and the scores the fact, the states have concerns about the precedent that this. Solution versus setting the UK has previously said it won't bite by the ICJ opinion. BBC news. The governor of fed loss in Russia has ruled out building check on central square and the region's main city after Poland decay. Did that most respondents wanted it built in a different location demonstrators, and you're Katharina have campaigned against constructing the Russian Orthodox cathedral on one of the city's few green spaces? The survey followed intervention by President Putin, he suggested canvassing public opinion as a way to resolve the dispute Roman Catholic bishops in Poland have admitted that they've not done enough to prevent child sex abuse by priests. If I was the release of a documentary, exposing their views out his cover up in the church, Adam. Listen is in Warsaw. Poland's Catholic bishops said there are no words to express our shame in the pastoral letter that will be read out, in churches on Sunday. The bishops said the documentary entitled just don't tell anyone had made them aware of the enormity of the victims suffering the documentary contains. Footage filmed with hidden cameras and shows one priest confessing his crimes in a face to face meeting with his now adult victim. It also highlights how convicted priests were moved between parishes continued to have access to children, the US sportswear giant Nike.