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"james boyd" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Got to put the phone down. You're young Once again. We paid this earlier. This song written. Keep playing this for the folks on United Flight. 93 Bingham team are all those who wrote quotes that storm The cockpit eventually crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. This is Neil Young, but throw This world, I would have beat the crap out of Mohamed Atta would have breaking his face pussy. Well, tough guy. Mohammed Atta Mohammad. Who was that? What wasn't He had a strip club the night before? It wasn't him. But Mr it was it was. I think he was there. But there were his bounds Were there was in Tampa, Florida. Right. Well, so, yes, some of them Sunday night, Right? And they were like, tomorrow We're going to bring your country to your knees and the girls are like, okay, I'm on my knees right now. Like no dummy. We're going to bring the country to their knees. They didn't pay attention. And then the next week to like We did have some guys inside the joint that said, We're gonna bring the country to the knees. Well, I mean, who who could have known? I mean, especially James Woods? No strippers, James, would you know? How did James Woods? No. James Woods was on a flight, by the way, the best, uh, guy on Twitter James Boyd? Yes, since Donald Trump's been taken off, great actor, Big Trump supporter, but he was on a flight from L. A to New York, New York tell I forget the exact deal weeks before. Then he got off the flight. And he said, And he may have even contacted. Uh, the state Department. I don't even know, but he talked to enough people and said, I just saw something really weird. Look like a practice one for a hijacking. Did you know that? I did not. Yes, He saw it like these guys, and he saw the way they were looking at the cockpit and Baba and weeks before he was like These guys are gonna do something to our country. I feel that I know it and sure of you. As you recall as well. They had been taking flight training. Uh, you know, for a while. Yeah, exactly, but not only training, but they like Mohamed Atta, for example, I think was down in Florida. That bastard. They only taught him how to how to, uh, take off, not land. That's all he wanted to learn. Yeah, Nobody put two and two together right in the I mean. It's not. You don't want to laugh about it, but I mean, Jesus, they don't care about landing. That's what they know how to fly the plane. Well, where is it going to lend? Where in the 86th floor of the World Trade Center Anyway, It's been a very emotional morning. All morning from Scott knocks to Rudy Giuliani to Daniel Negro to Frank Siller. Uh, really been an amazing amazing show. We still have beat Bernie 9 11 edition coming up later on this morning. And we've got some more guests. But Constantine Maroulis is a guy that is on every Saturday. And he's that on tomorrow because you're doing a special for 9 11, but he's on every Saturday from 5 to 6. He does a really good job. He's been on Broadway. He's Tony Award guy and American Idol guy. He knows everybody and much like all of us. We all knew somebody in those buildings that day. I knew a lot of people, actually a bunch of kids. Our guys My friends had died in the in the windows of the world. They didn't even work at the World Trade Center. They were actually stock market guys on Bond Street, and they had that huge breakfast that morning, and all the stock guys in and around lower Manhattan had breakfast there that day didn't work at that building. And they all died. I knew a bunch of those guys. But Constantine, of course. Um, he actually had a cousin who are perished in that building that day. So here he is, with his memories of 9 11. Constantine Maroulis. Good morning, Constantine. Good morning, gentlemen. And thank you for such a beautiful show this morning and tribute. It's just so surreal 20 years. And we never forget. It's just it's with us every day. Yes. So tell us I corps aide Constantine, Where were you on 9 11 and it tell us about your cousin who perished that day. Well, thank you and thank you for this opportunity, because it's not something that we talk about where you know I have this sort of out there and fun job and I get to be out in front of people all the time and whatnot. But it's not something we talk about where a modest family my My cousin. My My mother is one of six Children. Her eldest brother, Leon really raised her and her brothers and sisters. Her mother was widowed, Quite young and left with a restaurant and a young family and My uncle. Liens first. Um born son, Constantine. Actually, we called him gusto. After my grandfather Constantine, who came here in the late 18 hundreds, You know, for the first time. Um, you know, we're all from Brooklyn. My cousin Constantine and Gus. We all called him. You know, he was the first college graduate in our family. He was a partner at Sandler O'Neill and he was in the South tower. On 104th floor on that very morning. I was finishing up my last year, actually, just about to start my last year at the Boston Conservatory, Berklee College of Music. And you know, I fell asleep. I often fall asleep to the radio. You know, little sports radio, and I remember just sort of waking up early that morning for a class and hearing some commotion in the background and About. You know, an incident in the city and there was confusion and chaos and no one really knew what was going on. And I just had this feeling. You know that someone I knew was there and I knew my cousin worked there, of course and Sure enough, um, you know, we found out that that that he was in the South tower that morning and You know the first week or two? They were still hope that he might just come home might show up. Remember that, remember? Remember it. Well, I remember. Remember going down to ST Vincent's Hospital in Lower Manhattan and the faces there were nine million pictures. If you see my cousin like in your case, God rest his soul to see my brother. If you see my sister But it didn't take me two weeks to figure out that no one was coming home. Yes, sir. And, you know, I think a family needs that They need that time to sort of process said and such a surreal Um, you know, trauma to go.
"james boyd" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Totally innocuous word that sounds dirty when mike dawson says it load no. Let's get back to the adam. Corolla show reunion with my old pop warner football buddy erik kramer who you guys know of gone through the nfl thirteen years in the nfl played. For many teams won many games tragedy struck his life his Son od back in two thousand and eleven and depression set in attempted suicide a legitimate suicide attempt. Not that some are some are different than others but this was a real attempt. We chronicle that we talked about the article the other day. So welcome. thank you Crazy crazy journey. I'm glad you're able to come in to enough. Yes glad to be here We pulled up old east valley. Trojans pop warner team picture from back in the day and nineteen seventy-three gremlins and i'm looking at undersize. Air kramer in the bottom left of the photograph with the blonde hair number fourteen. I'm number seventy in the middle. And we have all the old coaches. Although i don't see your dad in that picture now. He didn't coach on that team. He coached the year before. Yeah and it was the tro babes. Little eight year old team which i was seven. I pushing the envelope on illegal there. I think i was Seven as well when. I think we can do the math. So renegades nine thousand nine hundred seventy two would have been your first year right. And i don't know based on years but i was born in sixty four that was born in sixty four to and then this is seventy three. That's the second year so the first year must've been seventy two correct so we're just kids. I mean little kids. And i like my hairdos bigger than me. Neither should i just saw a flyer on a telephone pole saying east valley trojans telephone cross street from my house. I just pulled it off like i got. I got a call these guys but your dad was had you not. We wouldn't be sitting here today. I know i learned everything from that. Telephone poll so your dad who. I always always appreciate your dad. Because he was a he always seemed a little country to me back. Then but i've my family was not that at all. But i never really figure out your dad's origins other than i tell the story. All time he told me was tickled pink that i came back the next year after sitting on the bench in seventy tail. Yeah very cool. Is your so you grew up in the san. Fernando valley served out over in whitsett within riverside not too far from cedar park right so i grew up on colefax awareness whitsett and or that area basically riverside colefax. You know that that arizona come from the same area. Your dad was he a jock in high school. What was his football connection none. He plays tennis player and he actually That was and he went to high school. So back when i think he threw some names around like robert redford and stacy keach and don drysdale and another name or two. I don't know that. I don't know if they were all in the same class at the school at the same time but he actually grew up in tulsa and then it came out to live with his dad back later. Maybe that maybe that's sorta tulsa connection. Was that weird. Sorta country vibe could've been. I got from him could've been. Here's a country music fan. So maybe that's what you were picking up on the jimmy. Yeah maybe wearing cowboy boots or something could have been. That was very exotic to me to s- up north hollywood not knowing anybody that even owned a pair boots for he did either but he didn't love country music. Well there's some it's it's an. It's an interesting exercise. Because i basically knew your dad for one year because he didn't go on and coach the next year and i don't know he went and coach him warehouse or a different division. Or you can tell me if you can remember. But that's going back away. But here's here's an interesting thought experiment. I'm on board. I met your dad a handful of times. He was seven seven and a half or eight or whatever he he was the coach He didn't coach me after that. And i somehow gleaned that he had a country vibe even though he wasn't wearing cowboy boots and whatever but somehow hound mike seven or eight year old brain. My memory was air. Kramer's dad is a little bit country. Yeah and a little bit rock and roll so very ounce the dining marie reference so you play the first year with him. they. I was my recollection. You played quarterback. I can't remember actually the first year trojan team. Detroit team rival team but on gremlin. I played tied in with the quarterback. Scott women right blond-haired the and it was number. I knew plane in high school with it. Okay and in in it. I think i find interesting about your story. Is you didn't play quarterback in pop warner and then you didn't start a quarterback in high school but you had play in the pros something like that did play later. Pop warner so like. When the dolphins were formed valued officer formed that was a break off from the trojans and then we used to practice over at Venice park. I think it was so that was like mighty mites on up played a year or two with east valley but then after that was atrocious. So i mean the dolphins valley dolphins were like a new franchise and popcorn football and they had cool looking uniforms right. Cool face masks. We had the old plastic crappy ones with the bar that went down in the middle that you could unscrew like that. You could buy von right the hutch. We had our face basically so old school if you look at pictures of Oj simpson college. That was kind of our facemask by the the valley. Dolphins had a cool uniform and cool face masks and like newer equipment. Because there were new. And i remember a few guys went over to the valley dolphins. The boy brother henry. James boyd who i was friends with and used to hang out with a lot me too and and they lived over procurement and there was Mike phillips is on that team and Kirk half eventually joe. Kelley was cost. Cousin came out Figured we where he started out here. Playing that night often team joe played a little bit for the bengals and so there's some province that started off their me. Yeah yeah it could have been a lot more to then. I got derailed a little bit so you we played.
"james boyd" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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"james boyd" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Come listen to this transcribed the but adam lou costello show senate and sold it to radio stations that weren't directly connected with the abc radio network as such. They got a pretty good amount of clearance. But lou costello's seventy two years ago march twenty fourth nineteen forty nine. We'll have the news from seventy two years ago coming up in just a moment. You're listening to classic radio theater on wednesday on your favorite station. Your struggling with your mortgage you think about it all the time. What are we gonna do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one. Eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit makinghomeaffordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. 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Four th nine nineteen forty nine in the newspapers of that thursday seventy two years ago these were some of the headline the senate last night passed a home rule bill to extend rent controls twelve thirteen months and allow some rent boost up to ten percent. Vote sixty eight to ten under the home row. Provisions states would be permitted to remove rent controls cities and towns would be allowed to decontrol areas when the state governor approved president. Truman had asked for a two year extension of controls but attempt to carry out. His request was swamped. Truman also asked for a general strengthening brent laws to punish violators both the senate and the house measure generally loosen controls winston churchill beaming and puffing on a cigar arrived in new york city yesterday and was greeted by several hundred pickets protesting the atlantic packed. Crowd of some two thousand was on hand. Win the queen elizabeth dock plus the pickets who carried signs reading. We can't be sold on more. Mr churchill and north atlantic pack no sobe of peace pact. Yes to white house. Secret service agents met the line or quarantine and at least eight. Other detectives in police details were on the pier. The seventy four year old states in high spirits met by elder. Statesman bernard ba- ruth who will be his host churchill in the country to make the speech cambridge on march. thirty first. He ended his speech might be as important as fulton missouri address. Three years ago which foreshadowed the atlantic pack and made the phrase iron curtain a byword secretary of state. Dean aitchison warned russia in strong terms yesterday against invading oil-rich iran on the pretext. The us building bases air for an attack on the soviet union. He also cautioned moscow that the serious interest of the us and the north atlantic area as demonstrated by the north atlantic security alliance should not be misinterpreted as indicating lessening american interest in the security of iran greece turkey and other friendly nations british foreign secretary. Ernest bevin declared last night. We are not going to despair of united germany yet. In the speech concluded full dress debate in the house of commons on european affairs. He said i believe eastern and western. Germany will do not will unite. I don't think anyone can stop it. Senate confirmation dr james boyd as head of the. Us bureau mind yesterday. Let the next step in the coal mine shutdown squirrelly up to john l lewis lewis the president of the united mine workers called four hundred sixty three thousand hard and soft coal miners out of the pits. Monday to protest. Boyd's appointment. Lewis considers him unqualified since he never was a minor. The work stoppage was termed a memorial to mine accident. Victims hope pious. The twelfth called yesterday for a return to christian teaching in the home and a greater emphasis on health. Swire preaching in the church preaching appel. He said is more than ever urgent today. And the duty of the church before god and men is to teach it as christ's revealed it. The pontiff spoken his annual audience with pastors and lenton preachers of rome. Once again quoting desire for heaven he said is a more pre perfect modem then fear of eternal punishment but from this does not follow that is the most effective motive to hold the people far.
"james boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"God. That would be horrible, Wouldn't it It like defeat the entire purpose and the fun of doing zoom. All these people are now working from home drinking all day long. It would kind of screw up the whole program. All right. You're an attorney down. Albuquerque. You are a defense attorney. You are You have a you have a fairly large firm correct. I have a firm of nine lawyers on guy. I've got three women law partners. What do you got? What do you focus on? Do you ever do women's law? Well, I don't know what women's lie is well, like harassment. Say somebody is being harassed at work in a very large state institution. Yes, we do. For example. So the last case we tried was for a woman named Cynthia Harold, who was going through the Doing her residency at you and M in anesthesiology and was raped by a senior resident on Gwen. She went to report it. They ran her out of the residency program. And so we sued. Um, um, um, age. Or running, corralled the residency program for basically reporting. What what happened to her and got all the way through the end of try Align the day before closing argument. They settled the case with us. Okay? What kind of radio gives lighting rates for me? You have sliding rates. Um, would know for that. Never mind. Never mind. Never mind. I got in that case late, So I didn't take a fee in that case. Okay. All right. But your your defense attorney, and you've had handled some really, really cold case given the James Boyd cases of kind of a special counsel, special prosecutor for the homeless man who was Shot and murdered in my opinion up in the foothills of Albuquerque. Idea and I'll be glad to tell you how I got involved in that I am had have sued a PD many, many times over the years for police brutality, and when Kari Brandenburg made the decision for the first time Prosecute police officers for an on the job shooting. After that horrible video, everybody saw the police began to investigate her. And then they moved to refuse her saying, You've got a conflict cause we're investigating you now and The judge agreed and kicked her off the case. And she gave me a call and said, Will you come in and be special Counsel and I will tell you, Richard, I said. Absolutely not. I say if this is the first prosecution of cops in Albuquerque, you need to get a real prosecutor. You don't want somebody who sues the police because they say that I just don't like police. And so Kerry went to all of the D A's around the state into the A G and asked them to take a look at the file and to a person, they said, Don't send us the file. We don't want the cops coming after us, and so she came back to me and said Nobody will prosecute this. So will you pick this up in prosecuted? So that's when I got involved. All right, defensive, turning down in Albuquerque with a lot of incredible experience. Random begin well known across the country. Why did you decide that? Throw your hat in the ring for the Congressional District number one seat currently held by Deb Holland. Well rich, That's that's Richard. That's what my friends say. Like. Why would you give up a lucrative law practice to go to Washington to go to Washington and be assaulted and in the United States Capitol? Right, Well, so So here's the answer. Um Guess I'm like many of us was kind of naive. I thought But no matter what party was in power, that the adults in the room would keep people from dismantling our government, and the last four years have disabused all of that of that all of us of that notion. And so When the suit came open for the first time I said, you know, I've got some mad skills that I've learned over the last 40 years. That would be helpful at this particular particular inflection point in history. Maiken Cross examine, like Katie Porter and Kamila Harris. I could hold my job has been holding people accountable for the last 40 years on guy can make laws that protect the country on DNO. The Constitution. On Dr some ideas about that. And so I'm coming off the bench coming out of private practice to go to Washington and hopefully hopefully kick ass and take names. That's That's my plan. Anyway. All right, So you were Senator Harris or Senator Klobuchar. On your questioning. Barf Cavanaugh about his his credentials to be a Supreme Court justice, something you would relish doing? Yeah, I mean, you would be in the house, not the Senate, obviously, but obviously loved doing that, and more so I expect there's going to be some investigations to get to the body of bottom of this corrupt administration. Andhra chance to actually put some of these men on the record and cross examine them and women to Betsy to boss about all the things that happened under this administration and expose that to the public, I think is the only way to make you drag us back from Untruth to truth because the things that come out of their own mouth is I guess the only way people will believe the corruption All right. The vote final vote President Trump has been impede. For the second time Yays were 232 nays were wondered. 97 5, not voting. Last I saw nine Republicans joined with the Democrats to impeach the president. Nice states. Dose. Not the second time, but because he hates you know that the Hispanics, it's impeachment does. All right. So, um I don't know what it would it would there be a non opportunity where you could are also argue in terms of civil rights issues. Sure that's what I've done for much of my career. One of the things that I think we need to eliminate is qualified Immunity. Yeah, which which was invented by judges. It's nowhere in the Constitution. As a way to give police officers who commit your brutality a pass and that needs to be eliminated federal level of state level Off both you There's a bill right now in front of our state Legislature to do exactly that. But we needed at the federal level because most 1983 cases go to federal court, and so on Lee, the Congress can change the rules on unqualified immunity. Our guest is raining again. Give me a turning down Albuquerque. She is running in this weird kind of way for the congressional district number one seed. It's not before the voters have before the State Central Committee who will pick the candidate from the Democratic Party, one from the Republican Party, then I'll go to a special election. You will probably never get the endorsement of Police Officers Association is that that's probably true. Although you know I have many friends who are police officers, and I've always supported good police officers Cups Um and and would support I'm not for de funding police. I think that was a terrible, terrible slogan that somebody came up with, but forgetting them. The kind of resource is so they don't have to do everything get them social workers that can respond to some of these things on band counselors so that the police aren't required to do everything. Bond to make sure there's not a military response to what really is sort of a social situation right where cops showing up gleefully saying out loud to people actually saying in front of lapel cameras. I'm going up going to go get that guy. What a counselor! What a social worker to save the life of James Boy. Yes, And in fact there was there was one officer on duty who was one of the crisis intervention trained officers who who was making progress with him. Win this one for the rope team arrived. The Cowboys from the rope team arrived and pulled him down. And he always felt that had they just let him continue talking to him that James Boyd would still be alive today. Is there a random again campaign website? Areas. McGinn.
"james boyd" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Disguise my who as males who prefer the work of women August are Andrea Fazlur who's written a book about various saw sites in Waikiki. Described as men who dress unless women. Sorry. Yet they all kinda seeing Emma, who as this? Quite. Stressful. Would I guess transfer Conversely. Elliott rushing about Mahu specifically, all things Boyd. Bought I have encountered examples and also camale. Or. Talking about my who Star clan and the Monday like I've mentioned he no one collar as an example often focused on it as being between two agendas. So as I mentioned James Boyd Fast Tim who has on sexed by nature riding in the nineteen seventies. Mary Cohan. Pooku who is a comma camale? An Education Chagas that the first ma who of legend and tradition what evidently physically bisexual persons hermaphrodites. Comments, about. Six not. In a writing and in all the sculpture by I've never seen anyone kind of go into this. Fact that these comments about sex and not gender, and the fact that we might be talking about someone who is not in the sex. So Intersex people as well as people go not in the gender. Binary. I think that's an interesting thing to point out I do have a couple more things to say about that later on. Keeping in mind to this, talking a bit more about my who in general Robert Levi Abuse in American, out apologised who did some field into the Hawaii in the seventies talks about various explanations he heard from taxation and Konica Molly people about why somebody might be. So, Levi, reports, barriers explanations for someone might be. Some people. Who simply on that way although it was because their parents and family dressed them in female clothing in childhood possibly because when I came out children in the One Foment Charleston that Moore who had shorter penises and couldn't have sex with women and therefore they became. There's a lot of fun.
"james boyd" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Pulled it out of his head. It's not Holland. You. it's just an he. There s what surrounds article visited Seoul Sarah Soothsayer. He is kind of pulled out all his mystical magical wads, the scholar Tara to our emaar, who is a Tahitian Skala who's lived in Hawaii and written about Ca- Pie my who specifically Critiques Times buoyed on that point that he uses as words which way as Westerners associate with like fairy tales and stories and stuff. To describe what is like a very serious. And important sacred piece of Hawaiian history. So I just want to say that in mentioning that this I written record and I've also I mentioned that this is where we get my silent information on this Arnold tradition I don't want to imply that the written record is. On more important than the hundreds of years of our record that came before it is however very influential. In Hal this tradition is talked about today and as I mentioned with wizard, you often say the language that James, Boyd choice to use ECKERD throughout the twentieth century and even when I was just kind of googling this reading online articles even today you'll see. Various phrases that directly lifted like not necessarily as quite dislike directly lifted from his lack. What additives they use to describe the he'll the kinds of things on top of that since the eighteen hundreds being a lot of American Protestant missionaries who were arriving in Hawaii. And endeavouring to arrays repressed camale culture aside for a lot of camale people today that turning back to records like James, boys rising as the existing records called reckless may lost. It's impossible fast tonight exactly where James Boyd got the information which he right down obviously he's recording iconic camale earl tradition but we die nice specifically told the to him well, how accurately he interpreted or anything like that interestingly from radiant I would not have guessed that James Boyd, himself had camale ancestry he very much about it. From a distance and using the kind of language that you would expect of a European on look up and I don't know whether he saw himself as an Englishman recording the traditions of this other cultural. If he saw himself as a commodity passing recording his traditions in language that would be understood in this english-language Almanac. He's actual on Sunday. Own. Area. Daughter. But he's I inherent from what I remember both his grandmothers I think we're Kinda camale are K. by his parents had British and comic Camale Ancestry, and so did he? He was born and grew up in Hawaii. But I really don't know how do. We. Just, don't have that information, and obviously that would influence tabby about this and how he related to this but we start nine. Yeah. As far as I read in camale sources since then nineties kind of discredited his retaliate as a whole instead united. This is just wrong. This is misrepresenting what happened. He hasn't been critiqued as we talked about the language he uses. An ulcer comeback to the human sacrifice that we mentioned he refers to the past who is sacrificed as quite a lovely virtuous chief S. Cheap can't chief s yes and kind of building off of that later sources often were to at as being a young woman about attack rice. Do you know anything about? The sacrifice was likely to obtain. Well, according to Morris who I mentioned to is to Haitian scholar writes about Hawaii Hawaii and Tahiti did have traditions of human sacrifice but they will almost exclusively men. Yeah I can't. So there's not really a tradition of sacrificing young women in Hawaii Sire that at least according tomorrow seems more like a European an English. And European expectation of what human sacrifice in pollination would be an actual. Yes. Election of the reality. For originated have. Yeah..
"james boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Thank you how you doing thank you for having me on what's your question what's your comment Booker what the how is it possible for illegal aliens to have the power and the authority to take away our freedoms with restraining orders I don't know Michael they don't I have no idea what you're talking about Michael I have no idea either okay but you're pretty sure you call okay so for to for twelve sixty if you have a question that is basically pertains to what my can I talk about all right so oversight we need oversight we need we need to we need to change the laws so that police departments no longer have blank community are they cannot be sued they cannot be prosecuted there was that there was a case Michael and I think it illustrates the kind of this divide all in the attitude of police that they'd somehow they're not to serve and protect but it is us against them mentality I'm there was a case before you move your since he moved to Albuquerque you but you might have heard about it the gentleman by the name of James Boyd he's a homeless man living in the foothills of Albuquerque and he'd had run ins with the pull up police department he was mentally ill he had been he's bipolar he had mental issues but he was in no danger with but the police were called they went up and the tapes and lapel audio of that record of police officers saying they're going to go up and get him they were gleeful about it they were looking to shoot him they even said they were looking if you DM they did kill him and the police chief immediately called it a right to shoot and nothing happened and it was you know it was it was the tax and things like that from police officers St we're going to take out the trash that's the device that's already paid against billions I I remember in that case because I reviewed that they at least fifteen times beforehand I have never ever seen something like that because as far as I'm concerned in was nothing more than an execution he was up there he was not a threat to anybody and one of the police officers that's sad I'm on shoot this guy with my taser she throws a flash grenade and after that they they are they are sick one of these about police dogs on him and then the homeless guy boy turns around and all of a sudden the shooting starts is no threat no danger said he was reaching for it and and he falls he's wounded you know he's yelling don't hurt me and then another officer buyers like three bean bags this guy is not a threat he's not standing up is laying there dying and then I think some forty minutes to render you know some sort of emergency any that was a horrific killing and what I found even more rhetoric is that there was a hung jury one of the police officers you know retired from the Albuquerque police department the other one was fired but then he filed a suit yeah and he went back into the police department and they gave him back pay of one hundred and forty three thousand dollars so tell me if that doesn't empower the bad apples will do the same thing keep doing it just keep doing it hi Michael preshow at your time today and then your perspective on this because on this is that you know this is ongoing even today police officer fired in Louisville Kentucky because of a of a murder by cop in in Louisville so it's going on every day will continue to go on every day until we make drastic changes go ahead yeah and I I have to say that well that that's been going on site Roger Jimenez is the chief of police here because he's doing a great job and I I know that but she you know monitors his police officers closely event any type of about police brutality and this is all very pro training okay I saw it as when I was very very very yeah I should be very proud to have them what about sheriff lu Han has been arrested twice on a last couple weeks I I I I would have to say that that's you know I'm not coming up out of the hands of your the has been element and Michael is from Espanola so you know he knows all the players up there share your time wash your hands where amounts K. way from code all right well I hope to see you sometime in person all right well when we can get back to on dining out having tacos will do it okay thank you Michael sounds good thank you all right coming up on nine minutes until three o'clock top of the hour we'll talk about the special session with Charles good marker and a special session and education will talk about the campaign we are Santa Fe save with crescents narrows at three thirty today what to be on the show want to get in touch with me wanna yell at me you can email me.
"james boyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Shooting to the district attorney's office once Kerry had it in her hands it took a one month to decide what to do we felt like we have probable cause there was enough question and that we needed to proceed by way of preliminary hearing and allow a judge to look at everything and decide whether or not to move the case forward to trial and the first time that you're trying to file murder charges against the officers yes what was different about the boy's case also one we had a video of it that showed the actual shooting and that was very clear we have probable cause you know we had evidence that would meet that legal standard we told the community when we have probable cause we would go forward what a hard decision to defect the prosecute are you it was yes it would it was very very difficult it was probably one of the most difficult decisions you know I had to make as district attorney why well we knew that the police department was it going to be happy there is no question about that but we had to do what we felt like we had to do Kerry talked to the defense attorney for the two officers who shot James Boyd and told them she plans to bring criminal charges against them and his responses you know that's what I figured but before Kerry could even carry out that decision.
"james boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"I don't know when and I guess everything all you know we know that a blank rolls down hill in the blank is going down hill from the White House and that could impact all the races is certainly the races in the south in Mexico yes that that I I think you're right about that yes yeah all right what about the other big issue of the day and the other big issue is police violence and police killing black men he's killing people in general you know I I I'm still processing what's happening across the nation right now because I I I grew up in Georgia and that have been around this sort of conversation for a long time and I think people in various countries I'm sorry sections of the country have been involved in these conversations it may be African American eastern Mississippi it maybe in a native American or Latino west of the Mississippi for decades I I I follow a guy who is a historian of social movements on Twitter you know I read one of his books and he's having trouble put into words what he's seen since George Floyd died if this is your second tenure with like hundreds of thousands of people coming out and protesting it's like somebody on Cork a shaken up him a champagne bottle and the pressure it's just extraordinary and of course it's also happening around the globe but we've seen a rise in the sense I you know there's been a lot of organizing since twenty fourteen Ferguson and so you wonder if there's a convergence of stuff and also we have to we can't forget that prior to do woods towards Floyd you had Brianna Taylor in Louisville and and are very often Ahmed Barbary in south Georgia right right which was which was excellent so you had this sequence of three outrageous cases together you know trip but right I started off the one o'clock hour let me break in here real quickly talk about this hunger and we're down in Austin Texas story I found a looking around today and as we speak there showing the video on CNN arm and it's like you know this is this is really hard to watch careful warning graphic content just the store they're just talking about about this man who was a pulled over because he didn't give his lights and I think he was pulled over because they had a TV crew from live PD in in the car and and they wanted you know they want a little lost and they start hitting with a taser so he would bounce around make good TV the showing it on on CNN right now this could be another I mean this could be a continuation I did not even know about the still the mentor that I pulled it up on the Austin American statesman was hard working it's horrible I I I look you know we in New Mexico we need to remember that the APD yeah excellent I mean you know I mean so so you have use of force issues in Albuquerque I'm I'm very familiar with this because Jeff proctor and I have worked together for several years on these kinds of issues and now the call right now and CNN on this story trip and got in a wreck you get the call is Las Cruces New Mexico officer charged after using choke hold on man I mean I think that that that came out of the sun news over the weekend it is happy as we are talking Richard it is that's what I mean by processing it yeah exactly for me the proper process all this because it's but I will say I've known about these courts sorts of situations for decades but now it's like a meme I saw the racism isn't getting worse and I I'm gonna use that word that's what they usually mean is being felt yeah and now the technology is capturing things that if this took place fifteen years ago George Floyd's death it might have been a police report you know then trip before let you go here you you mentioned APD being under consent decree from the DOJ for a long time I think a lot of people forget that after Fergus in the department of justice make consent decrees a lot harder to to to to enforce or even to get on police departments allowing police departments to do a lot more before the DOJ would step down on and then we had of course the the the highly publicized nationally publicized case of the mentally ill homeless man being killed in the foothills of Albuquerque which is also just absolutely preventable unnecessary James Boyd jaguar that that the other yeah you have a video that went that I remember seeing the first time in the garden it went global right yeah the navy said you know we gotta take out the trash yeah and and and so you know that that that that that that this is very I mean I know how to I I think to be actions can be simple like when this is horrific but how to reform our respond or there's also a movement now which is like I saw the memes the phone the police I think they're gonna be militarized frankly Frank they're not talking about just paying all these departments no no no not at all and maybe actually investing more in social services and asking police officers are law enforcement not to have to maybe handle is in the mental health issues books that's part of what happens in the Albuquerque to them so over and over knocking these over and over again and there are a lot of societal issues that police and law enforcement do you have to have saluted we headed off to them so all right that's all the better but I know fifty minutes that's it hello Sir about New Mexico in depth how we can help do you take I mean do you take money from the from the public to take donations from the public of one of the people want to make sure that you're reporting continue yes we have a donate button in an in depth dot com we would appreciate all sorts of directions because right now you know the journalism industry is is imploding I mean we're we're fine but we're part of the journalism industry and across the nation there is a need to show up Johnson I always appreciate the sorry always appreciate you're not out of your contribution and and and other set of eyes and all these really difficult and important Mexico stories trip thank you Sir thank you so much for having me all right take care it takes putting batteries I know I will I will I think he takes in nine nine nine volt seaman all right Jennings executive director New Mexico in depth and ma'am in depth.
"james boyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Shooting to the district attorney's office once Kerry had it in her hands it took a one month to decide what to do we felt but we have probable cause there was enough question and that we needed to proceed by way of preliminary hearing and allow a judge to look at everything and decide whether or not to move the case forward to trial and this is the first time that you're trying to file murder charges against the officers yes what was different about the boy's case also one we had a video of it that showed the actual shooting and that was very clear we have probable cause you know we had evidence that would meet that legal standard we told the community when we have probable cause we would go forward what a hard decision to defect the prosecute are you it was yes it would it was very very difficult it was probably one of the most difficult decisions you know I had to make as district attorney why well we knew that the police department was it going to be happy there is no question about that but we had to do what we felt like we had to do Kerry talked to the defense attorney for the two officers who shot James Boyd and told them she plans to bring criminal charges against them and his responses you know that's what I figured but before Kerry could even carry out that decision.
"james boyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Threw a flashbang service sector doggone M. I tried to shoot him with a taser shock on which didn't work and then two officers fatally shot him as he was turning away from them on the right it was at that time one of the clearest looks in American history from an officer's perspective at a fatal police shooting the entire incident was captured on the helmet camera of one of the officers who shot James Boyd a week later the Albuquerque police department released a video and it's a very difficult video to watch the digits a man being killed on video so from a human perspective it's it's brutal I remember seeing the video over and over and over as probably you know millions of other people I did not see why it was necessary to shoot at the time that they shocked I didn't understand that now I can tell you is a is a prosecutor is DA we don't we don't have the luxury of looking at that tape of the shooting and jumping to conclusions so I want more information it would take.
"james boyd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Nine sixty and around the globe but this is great don't call this is Bloomberg daybreak Europe I had a very good morning at six thirty AM here in London happy Wednesday I'm Richard and Caroline had can you listen to be big day break yet when we check the markets for you every fifty minutes Asian stocks this morning trading pretty makes we have a slightly calmer day when it comes to the US China trade war which has been impacting the markets as a greatly and says the stock markets at the Shanghai compa company out by a tenth of one percent gains will suffer the CSI three hundred and China and a big jump for the SX two hundred in Australia up six tenths of one percent but losses elsewhere on the coffee for example on the hang sang down two tenths of one percent also U. S. futures is gonna reset all negative this morning a down four tenths of one percent S. and P. five hundred E. mini futures the baby lines in the market so have been the key we Dolla a tumbling off to the central bank cut interest rates unexpectedly Baja off of one percentage point I'm not has led to speculation about whether the all be able for the seats of the all the dollar down seven tenths of one percent this morning the key we don't it's something one point eight percent the you want China's central bank assessing the cons the card the reference right just slightly stronger than seven US dollar at so Alice all wondering what's Thursday's fixing will basically say about what policy direction they're going to take even the senior PGA fee PVC officials have said that the comments he won't continue to weaken significantly so we're keeping a strong all in the U. on this of course as the US China trade what has the afterlife industrial commodities go to settle in online continuing I'm Brent crude entering a bad market overnight Connie Braintree trades at fifty eight sport ninety this morning and we just got some breaking news across the terminal at the digital payments price as a wanna call that a bit to twenty nineteen gardens has been raised they're saying that vision twenty twenty is raised the second quarter revenue is six point six hundred forty three point zero million euros that beats could beat on the estimate which was six hundred twenty nine point four and that second quarter even is at one hundred eighty four point one million euros Morris around the estimate which is also a hundred eighty four point three million so that from what I call it now the big day but he's also customer terminals bring you all the news you need to start your day so let's get a check of the top headlines with David Addison Christy Burke he joins us live form do by CV gets have you on the program even having a bit of fun take a break and a news left with some of the cute Kiwis plunging off the edge of a cliff I bought it does look as if there is some semblance of calm returning to the markets even the fed is signaling that the trade concerns on all the important James but it's saying the fed won't cut rates due to the fallout from rising trade turmoil yeah that's right so what does he lose that president James Boyd had to say was that US policy at this point is already pretty accommodative basically the central bank doesn't really need to take any urgent steps to respond to day to day concerns about trade tensions because it has already factored in a certain level of uncertainty when it comes to trade so really what he said is that it's all about how the data comes in between now and the next meeting he only expects one more cut this year and I think it's comments are significant because you have to remember that James board is one of the more dovish members on the FOMC so even the fact that he is showing some some hesitation and saying oh yes you know the fed will will definitely react to this and we'll be ready to cut again I'm just kind of shows that are repeated cuts by the fed aren't sure thing at this point at least not in the eyes of those sitting on the fed even if the market seems to think otherwise Christine let's turn to your right you'll graphic of the the jumping lemming like Kiwis heading over that that cliff because the central bank that did make a dramatic move of course was on the ends at fifty percent basis fifty basis point I mean it seems extraordinary yeah I mean it's it's a lot bigger than what was expected so comments were expecting that we're gonna see twenty five basis point cut and so really that this is stronger than expected move just confirms the dovish sweep because really gathering pace if you will across central banks globally so they cut was fifty basis points to a record low of one percent and while yes that did stir some commotion in the market I think what took things even further was the fact that the RB and said then went on to signal that more easing as possible and even floated the idea that we may see negative interest rates I think that's what really got the markets some of the more specific comments you know it is New Zealand highlighted that we are seeing the school walking on a slow down that is hitting demand for goods and services how many of you remember that New Zealand is already suffering from the weaker consumer sentiment it see lower home prices and it's also been hit in the form of a lower dairy prices which there is a huge exporter for for the New Zealand economy so yeah it does seem to have generated some surprise westpac banking specifically said that this is probably the RB and that's way of getting ahead of the curve yeah I think it is a very interesting and it's something that we gonna put to one of our guests Christine later on in programming this morning Steven mages global head of fixed income research at HSBC because I'll be really curious to see what his view is on Q. reconoce spreading down on that he's very skeptical about on that so many other people receive a sketch about whether he has worked with the evidence is for it meanwhile Hey a near pristine all on his own the German industrial production day set out in just under thirty minutes what do we expect healing the latest data out of the powerhouse has not been very good yeah you could say that again I mean it's been pretty ugly for Germany in terms of the data recently and I don't think that today is really going to be anything different Bloomberg economics is highlighting that we've seen weakness across multiple categories in the industrial space and so it's expectation is that we will see a contraction of zero point five percent in the headline figure when it comes across today just points to ongoing deterioration in factory orders that we've seen that does also very economics it does caution of the data can be quite all tile in that big Mrs in consensus are are not unheard of so I guess we'll see without print shows in in twenty minutes but definitely Germany could use some good news so I don't know we'll see what we get Christine thanks very much Christine but let's take a break and it's a joining us live from to buy it you will see those jumping key weasel lemmings whatever they are and you need to to D. A. Y. B. on you'll believe it yeah a bit of fun being had but I see slightly confusing for us in London when lemmings also somewhat unusual creature okay thank you to Christine and let so so get over to directly against the smaller the laces think Lebanese headlines good morning good morning Caroline China has some of the Hong Kong officials to discuss the unrest that as well the city for weeks Bloomberg's currently has the latest China's top agencies in charge of Hong Kong affairs held a special meeting across the border and shinjin Wednesday to discuss protests in the financial have that have become a wider challenge to Beijing and raise questions about whether it should intervene more directly in Hong Kong Karen only Bloomberg daybreak here at North Korea has mustered hacking into financial systems stealing about two billion dollars from banks and crypto currency exchanges for its nuclear weapons program that's according to a U. N. reports the Onyango says A. B. C.'s representatives controlling bank accounts separately unsealed court documents show the US is probing transactions involving Chinese Landis allegedly linked to the north here in Europe the brexit standoff between Westminster and Brussels continues both sides are blaming the other for the diplomatic break down Michael gave intelligent planning for new deal says the E. U. isn't engaging in talks for in you agreement the prime minister has made it clear he would sign a brexit deal that includes Irish backstop but that's a red line for the block and Donald Trump will seek to console the grief stricken residents of al Passo in Dayton today it's a presidential duty he's actually never quite molested as Bloomberg's both main reports it's made harder by local reluctance to his visit the president and First Lady plan to pay tribute to emergency responders in both cities and with victims' families and survivors according to White House spokesman Hogan Gidley visits a complicated though by trump's anti immigrant rhetoric blamed by Democrats for helping inside the el Paso attacked and his resistance to gun control measures demanded by local politicians including Dayton's mayor inadequately Bob moon Bloomberg daybreak your labor needs twenty four hours a day on average at tech took on Twitter upon by more than twenty seven hundred ten less than on a symbol of the one hundred and twenty countries I'm Liane garance this is plain but Caroline thank you so much land now with this morning sports news is to Wayne Rooney says he's always wanted to go into football management's once his playing career comes to.
"james boyd" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Oh that's six hours to singapore yeah you've got a family you don't get to do those that far away from my boy and if they let me off in osaka i would've gone 'cause i'm just in you know ten hours away well it looks like a beautiful i saw your pictures look like a beautiful plain oh it really is in you know that's i'm gonna fly medium haul that planes new seven eight seven dash ten and so it's eighteen feet longer than the seven eight seven nine nine series so liner beautiful but i want there's so much technology in those it would be so great for this show or one of our other shows if i could somehow get somebody to show me the technology i see on an email to their head of communications who wants to what to do screensavers with you then i'm all in you know me i'm out once a week so i'll check it check your email you james boyd is a name great guy exciting yes yeah thank you johnny now johnny joins us week not merely talk about his travels as wonderful as they are to help us travel better with technology so i got a website for you and it's an app okay so it's called luggage hero have you heard of this one no but i i like it already okay good this was founded in twenty sixteen in copenhagen then in two thousand seventeen they expend the london and now they're in two hundred and fifty locations so companies can sign up with these guys and they'll say okay you know businesses will will store people's bags what like new york city on a long layover.
"james boyd" Discussed on PBS NewsHour
"Multiple jurors both black and white and the to a person said that we will never get a conviction in this case separately in albuquerque new mexico federal prosecutors closed a civil rights investigation into the death of james boyd a homeless man killed by police in 2014 they cited lack of evidence california signature climate initiative will stay in force through the at least a year 2030 state lawmakers voted on monday to extend the cap and trade program it limits carbon emissions and let's polluters trade or by emissions permits the program had been set to end in 2020 on wall street today the dow jones industrial average lost fifty five points to close at twenty one thousand five seventy four the nasdaq rose nearly thirty points and the sp 500 added one point and there's word that china is censoring the winnie the pooh on social media it's aimed at comic comparisons of the pudgy bear with president xi jinping the forbidden lists now includes widely circulated images of she strolling with then president obama in 2013 justaposed with winnie the pooh and 'tiger and from 2014 she shaking hands with japanese prime minister ave alongside an image of pool and eur who knew.
"james boyd" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"With the trophy with mean now that's a picture have right right i'm sorry if you the the note i say he was a little long pick in the book you were talking about not talk about material in the books this troy this picture i'm sure you hear from your grandmothers house is not appear there is a picture in the book of you holding what appears to be the same trophy be you're on the field it was that wide brother now yeah it's not well look all trophy all football drones are pretty cause the board brothers from the ears and one in the book yeah that's a tell us face by the way that's a become a james sport yeah one is what i was nine are eight or nine probably were ten or something something like that but where you bomb that this trophy that he came over to give you wasn't present in front of a crowd now i want to win breaker mind that's all i can that's all i could thank out well then what look it's not picture from cause i feel like it was in one of those box i've ever our low could be all starts urgent that doesn't matter so the one with me and james boyd the black brother was from not taco bell material doubts about it's like five pitches and to start the that was for my second year one way lost a championship but they let us pose with the trophy anyway are the kinds i don't remember that you're open alright so that was me when i was a grandma's them as i'm and ten we are that i was so i could only imagine my son being bombed out by not having a win breaker yeah has got like easy east nike easy she was from with got so sad but you know what to do with a win recker again is life like to i keep things to a given away to wipe but i read gennett if it had is basketball teams the logo on his name on it and all the other pass from that now more wearing that.
"james boyd" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"With the trophy with mean now that's a picture have right right i'm sorry if you the the note i say he was a little long pick in the book you were talking about not talk about material in the books this troy this picture i'm sure you hear from your grandmothers house is not appear there is a picture in the book of you holding what appears to be the same trophy be you're on the field it was that wide brother now yeah it's not well look all trophy all football drones are pretty cause the board brothers from the ears and one in the book yeah that's a tell us face by the way that's a become a james sport yeah one is what i was nine are eight or nine probably were ten or something something like that but where you bomb that this trophy that he came over to give you wasn't present in front of a crowd now i want to win breaker mind that's all i can that's all i could thank out well then what look it's not picture from cause i feel like it was in one of those box i've ever our low could be all starts urgent that doesn't matter so the one with me and james boyd the black brother was from not taco bell material doubts about it's like five pitches and to start the it was for my second year one way lost a championship but they let us pose with the trophy anyway are the kinds i don't remember that you're open alright so that was me when i was a grandma's them as i'm and ten we are that i was so i could only imagine my son being bombed out by not having a win breaker yeah has got like easy east nike easy she was from with got so sad but you know what to do with a win recker again is life like to i keep things to a given away to wipe but i read gennett if it had is basketball teams the logo on his name on it and all the other pass from that now more wearing that.