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"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

Best Case Worst Case

08:00 min | 4 months ago

"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

"The wondering app to listen ad free. Hello and welcome the best case worst case this is jim committee former new york city prosecutor writer-producer for cbs's criminal minds and fbi profiler and with me today is everybody it's francey hague's former state and federal prosecutor. Jim we have two people on the podcast with us today. One of course our crack producer. Josh murphy saying hi everybody job. Hello everybody. I could listen to you guys introduce yourself just numerous times. I just love it so much. Assure fritzy that he's a crack producer not a meth producer. Okay really special guests. A return guests a fan favourite. Someone who is in so much demand on best case worst case gym that i feel like you and i could retire and let him take over and people would be jumping for joy he is. Let's talk about the james r fitz fitzgerald. Glad to be here guys. I'm gonna ask you for a raise or a promotion or something. You keep really the up this way. I know it's just sad that we pay you. Nothing fits and at least get minimum wage. Whatever that is now baked goods to be here though with everyone including josh. Well and jim. This is so exciting because we have fits on to talk about a case that you both were involved in. It's another case of the gyms. But what's really interesting about this. Our listeners are gonna love is there is a mob connection with a man. People might be familiar with name. Sammy the bull von. Oh but we're not gonna we're not gonna spoil it yet. Jim we're gonna just let tell us about the okay foot. So let's let's talk about this. Where were you in your career. Which i might add would be the same place that i would have been in my career. But where were you in your career. When this case reared its ugly head yet. Jim as you said both of us were kind of in the same place. We are about a year out of the academy and almost to the week actually and We were both in the new york division on the bank robbery squad. That bank robbery task force Nineteen for short term why. Pd join petrides right. A half detectives about ten detectives ten fbi agents and we worked together. Great doing all kinds of violent crimes criminal Violent crime type offenses bank robberies kidnappings extortions and on occasion The murder or assault of a federal employees being judge or or certainly a law enforcement agent as in what happened in the story. We're about to tell what was the first thing that happened in this case sure and it happened around ten o'clock at night on february twenty eighth of nine thousand nine hundred nine and that is the murder of a drug enforcement administration. Agent named everett hatcher an army veteran but also in the da for about ten years and he had been working a mob. Wanna be named gus score for rachi. Depending people pronounce it all both different ways but mid twenties late twenties steroid freak junky. Who is looking to get him. Drug business kind of working with the official approval of his mafia bosses and the d. Agent at a few different meetings with them recorded phone calls and tonight at ten o'clock the twenty eighth was a meeting on top of the overpass of staten island expressway. Kind of remote area. And they're supposed to be meet there and the did happen but it didn't go as planned and fitz. I think people people don't know sort of the structure of the department of justice and and why the fbi would be involved at all with something. That's a d. e. a. operation. That's gone bad. Can you talk about that. Sure the the da da would run the drug operation on their own with no fbi In bob necessarily it could happen down the line. Depending on the case but in terms of federal statutes and the violations were individual agencies are charged with the murder of any federal agent in the line of duty. And i'm clarify this. Maybe not in the line of duty falls under the jurisdiction of the fbi and the fbi and the new york office that was specifically squad. See nineteen the one to which jim and i were assigned therefore the calls coming in at one thirty the morning march first to both of us. Yeah i remember. I was actually duty agent on squad that night and caught the case and i got a call that that there had been shooting and it was a federal agent d agent involved the shooting and he was injured and i actually immediately responded to the scene out in staten island. It took some time because in order to get from manhattan to staten island. You either have to take a bridge into brooklyn and then go round and take the bridge from brooklyn into staten island. Which takes a fair amount of time or take the staten island ferry at the at the south point of manhattan and i believe that day i took the staten island ferry Just because i thought it would be quicker. And when i arrived on the scene they had only removed ever hatches body and there were very few law enforcement officers there at the time of course. Nypd had presence there and The entire overpass was cordoned off with police tape. And i was the first. Fbi on the scene. And when i remember vividly unfortunately approaching everett's car and store starting the initial crime-scene evaluation. And i remember finding without being too graphic pieces of everett's skull and scalp on the on the street and It was very very sobering and I remember sometime after that when you arrived. And i believe then you and i spent. We're in the same car. Then i think you join me in my car and we. We ended up spending the next several days in staten island and running around covering leads and balin and and and doing some interviews and there were some crazy things. That happen as i recall. But i'll let you talk about when you arrived on the scene. Yeah my partner on. The squad was a guy named rich finale and He happened to buy a house. And ben salem where i had already been living so our commute to the scene. Wasn't that easy either. Coming up the jersey turnpike. I think we crossed the bridge crossing into staten island. But we show up there and most of our squad was already there including you jim. And there's a number of lights and the blue lights red lights amber lights everything that you can imagine the. It's called weather. So the you know the The vapors from the car people's breath which is so strange. But the supervisor called over john coleman and he said all right we have a dead a da agent and we know who the killer is. Here's his picture to guiding gusts for race or karachi because the. Da knew exactly who ever had hatcher was dealing with that. The meat was with so the identification of the suspect was was not that difficult. I mean we saw to prove our case but he was out on parole us obviously in violation of a number of things. They have recordings of him. Talking drugs to everett hatcher so been easy to pick them up for a parole violation but of course he was now the prime suspect in the da.

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"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

Best Case Worst Case

04:32 min | 6 months ago

"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

"Jim committee retired. Fbi profile a former new york city prosecutor ready producer of cbs's criminal minds and with me. Today is everybody. it's francey hague's former state and federal prosecutor. Jim we are right in the middle of what is the most interesting guest we have ever had on the podcast and he is my name. Is charles loftus. My title was assistance. Especially agent in charge at. There's attorney general's office and charles. You have very special guest of your own don't you in the room Two rooms over. I have an african grey parrot. Who's about thirty years. Older won't shut up okay so if our listeners here s if our listeners. Here's the african grey parrot. We apologize but zoe apparently has a lot to say much. The same way francey does now. I'm like an african grey parrot. Come on charlie to. She have pretty feathers bit where she had she. Rain has red tail. Ervin's she's got she's just like this is awesome okay. I knew there was some connection there. So dr loftus. We need to dive back into this case. We were talking about this search warrant at this company that is basically a human chop shop. And there's so much there's so much debris there that debris well i i'm sorry tissue. There's only one. I'm sorry to lock her in the bathroom. It's fine by people see exist. That's okay because every once in a while she'll come out with Can you kill.

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"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

Best Case Worst Case

03:59 min | 10 months ago

"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

"Promo Code best-case alone welcomes of best worse cases is Jim Clemente retarded be broke dollar former York City prosecutor read our producers. See us is criminal minds and with me today is Hybrid Francey Hey cts, former state and federal prosecutor. Kim. I've been traveling on a secret project, but I'm back secret mission. Right, I had a secret mission, I know you're excited back I was hoping it was mission to Mars but I guess A. Short Distance I. Guess. I'm sorry you cannot rid of me that easily well, you know Francey I think it would be quite adventure I think. Is Not for me Jim sorry you'll have to get rid of some other way. Oh. We'll Francey what are we gonNA talk about today well, Jim I've been outraged as I so often them although I have to say. Is Not at you and our fans I have to say our listeners and I listen it's the Hashtag, Jim Committee, people, I just have to call them fans because they are. They're fans of yours and they love it when you get outraged, it's crazy I see it all over facebook all the reduced. Say I love it when Jim Clemente gets mad I'm thinking that's because Jim -CREMENTO isn't getting mad at you know. Because they're intelligent. Wonderful. ooh. That must be it but my junior I'm outraged this time Jim, because of an article that came out August the twenty six of this year just you know a week ago it was in the New York Times magazine. It's called The New York Times magazine, and the byline is one Michael Weinreb and you know Jim just the headline was enough to suck me in and make me very angry. Here's the headline convicted of sex crimes but with no victims. And then the highlight is an online sting operation to catch child predators, snared hundreds of men what were they really guilty of, of course, Jim implying that they were guilty of nothing and that there were no victims right well, I. Think we need to talk about how these kinds of cases actually evolved and this kind of Best Gatien, because it basically is an offshoot of a normal investigation that might be done on a vice squad and every day across this nation there are police officers who pose as prostitutes and they get proposition by men and maybe women and they arrest people for proposition people to pay for sex and will though some people think that's not a crime with victim. it's a crime that has been investigated and then prosecuted probably millions of times millions. Yeah. Probably I mean it's a classic sting operation it's and it's the idea of it as you know Jim is prevention is. Prevention, we talk about police being reactive. Well, stings are the opposite stings are the very essence of proactive policing where you're trying to get bad people off the streets before they can commit the kind of crime that does victimize the you know the citizens. And so that's how this kind of case actually developed and I actually spent a number of years may be twelve years walls in the FBI training people to work online undercover operations against people who would have sex with children, people who would arrange to me to have sex with children, and it was so that we can prevent children from being solicited online.

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"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

Best Case Worst Case

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

"That's code best case. Welcome to the best case. WORST CASES IS JIM COMMITTEE RETIRED FBI profiler former Knicks prosecutor and creator of Manhunt Uni Bomber and with me today is hi. Everybody gets Francey Hanks, former state and federal prosecutor creator of well. But NOT MANHUNT UNABOMBER I'm sad to say. And with us today we have a very special man hunt unum. Our Guest Not Sam Worthington portrayed me in manhunt. Uni Bomber this is. This is the actual James are. Jim, fits for sure here Blabagan to be with you that way better. That's wing better than an actor Jim. We have a celebrity. He's not an actor. He's a real life guy who did real life. Cool stuff. It's was actually the guy who sat in the seat to my right and I sat to his left in the FBI Kademi at Quantico Virginia Day One when we both raised our right hands and swore allegiance to. To the Constitution of the United States and became FBI agents. We got to New York City on the bank robbery squad I was on the desk. To you're right. You're on the desk to my left than we worked a bunch of cases together their bank robberies, and victimize skids and kidnapping name it, and in fact, the last time I was interviewed on best case worst case I talked to them about none other than Paul. It was our first arrest together. It was my first arrest ever, and it was a really cool case because we did what. All these other senior agents hadn't done in three years. We did it in a very short period of time, and that was pretty cool. That is. The Guy and located him and arrested him all within about an hour and a half I think. Jim I spent like a week compiling a list of potential companies to go visit, and the very first one we we drove up and there he was, it was great and I remember, and I told everybody about how you pounded on the desk and said you're lying to us and I was like holding you back, and he said what if I tell you what I know and I was that that was it? That's when you can actually interview people and get your point across and get some answers from them. Probably those days are different. What did touch him I just on a debt? Desktop civil rights I'm not sure why know now fits, but I do have to say that our listeners I titled that episode a couple of weeks ago as the gyms because Jim said, lots of people referred to you guys as the gyms, and so the tally episode was the gyms, and we had some feedback on our facebook page where people said I'm so disappointed. I thought Jim's met fits would becoming would be on the PODCAST, and so by popular demand here you are okay. Let's dive right into the back so. Do. You have particular case you WanNa talk to us about well I do. And where were you in your career? What point in your career did this case come to you? I was about nine years into retirement. When this case came to me. I was in private citizen in United States of America End I was contacted and case fell into my lap Jim. This might be at first I think this is a first a post career case I think you might be absolutely right and so fits. What were you doing on the day? This case unceremoniously fell into your lap. I was looking over the Hudson River in a high rise. Hotel building in hackensack. New.

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"jim committee" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"jim committee" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Brother. Greatness. or You you know I don't know if you sent me a message, but are you chatting it up or you're listening that work? Create this. Going once. Twice. right there. He goes what up greatness. We can't hear you though. Judo Him Ito. Miami I. than. We are blessed as well. As definitely a excited. Tattoo. Excuse me to hear my man. J Med going at Shannon Briggs. That's value right there right there. That's that's that's not be content right there. So that's dope, so shut off suitable. You dig what I'm saying. Oh. Man, Jim the pull up on on Saturdays you understand We try to make this work at that box. Bosnia let them up to spit. Out Jamile skit the movement I highly doubt that highly doubt that. You know them pull up in it. and. Fox, close out your man Mario. You know who's pounds. How you know what I mean, but that pat how? He, he I'm working on a pound for pound list for boxing bars and I think I'm gonNA. Drop it on a Friday. Proudly up would definitely done by them. Drop out of content back. In order that you're not supposed to be talking about that. None of this was to be announced. You just talking about things shouldn't be saying. But we will be making a lot of announcements of boxing. Baas the series is going to continue to move forward, but it will be developed. We're going to be running on a couple of one off series interviews one on ones with some of the rappers. Obviously he driss stainless Kingham me Mario Dumi going to be doing some one on ones you know east coast promotions. IS GONNA be promoting and I'm here. I'm getting wind of some sort of show. They may be doing together. You know, but that's all I can leak at this time. You'll, I could tell I say one more thing and I'm GonNa, tell you all that today. A big announcement coming out I ain't dropping right? That's where we got we got. We got a press release hot off the show hot and is GONNA. Come and you're GONNA. Be like. Well. You're going to be like. It is going to be saluted. For this breaking news. PAGES DOT COM for slash the price invoice jogging few few. that. Being said we want to go to. What up. Say! Dissect to. Dissect slash inspector. Funds for the show. views live on really enjoyed. The good fuel things to invoice chopped off school. Yemen! Jim Jim Committee for. A. Full. said she on the fall. Yemen! Shell seats out on titled. Chant definitely checks I say I said that Rahm. Glad Everyone's corrected to me. It's not film study today. It is untitled that they win the poll. By huge huge results double check that but that is everyone. We could do out shows because I I. I went to see a deaf. A stone I went to stone. The problem was I. Don't think Shannon was on when we went to stone did not go to you because that would suck nine wet stone boom or I did okay. I don't think Shannon was on the I. Did go to you right? Okay okay. I saw being said I'll find a post. You guys which out shows and I'll find a posts here. Where are we? We the post so much on Patriot on something from the twenty eighth is buried. I found it though and yeah. You guys to your out shows I'm just. Listen. I'm I have an interview today? you know. I mentioned that earlier before you know. All of the interviews and stuff and I'm going to try to get to the bottom of what I can find out as much as I can. About arms, I WANNA put to. This is what I hope to get from this interview I hope put to rest the idea that he could have failed from something residual something that was leftover system that would be. Put to rest would also be great if he could tell us that. Is something that could have happened so I I don't have. This interview for me is to get facts. I don't I'm not pushing a narrative. I will not be asking questions to get or elicit an answer. I just want the truth. And that's. You don't want to say it's not that I don't want to say it's a doctor, and it's not like. Do me knows why really don't want to say it right now? Because it's a little touchy. Juvenile doctors. Say, no. More listen my boxing doctor and I. Use air quotes because you know. He's like literally involved in boxing. He sponsors, and he works full fighters and stuff like that He's out. He beat Kovic so you know like I told him God bless to him congratulations, it looks like and always ready, plus we got Super Castle. We'll go to you again. Gotcha champ never leave with good patriarch behind. You alumni add at, but we're going to take it all the way from the beginning. And then those that we said we were saying again anyway just to also not leave anyone behind so sarcastic sarcasm says big baby big problem is that he took Princeton's Vance and he met advance money. And Then we have. Hundred Dr, canoe, who says and I hope I'm pronouncing it right because I. Always Hear Mario chopping it up, but I've been saying for like seven years and he ain't. Yours right. Nobody knew I. Think I think I made that shit up in my head. I could be totally. You know what I mean. Let me see if I even could I even get to read it for me and see what he's trying to pronounce it. because. That's probably where I got it from like I always used Jeff. I thought it was D- do. That don't sound right, but let's see. Let's see. Let's see with.

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"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

Best Case Worst Case

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

"Hello and welcome to best case worst case this is Jim. Committee retired FBI profiler and former New York. City Prosecutor and Me Today. There's no one. Francey actually wishes she could be here, but she's out of town actually to tell you the truth. She's probably happy very happy not to be here because she's taking. Some berry well deserved time off. With her husband, I hope that she's out there. Listening to me, speak to you because well I just don't want to give her all this time I mean. Why should she get to relax without having to hear my wonderful voice, just joking, obviously hopefully pharmacies, having a great time, and as soon as she comes back. We'll be back on the air together. I am here today to talk to you about a worst case scenario. Something that's been going on. That was really bothering me and I. Think it's a good time to speak up about it. you know I love law, enforcement and the justice system. And I spent my career in law, enforcement and justice. I as a prosecutor. Then as an FBI agent for over twenty five years and total. Today I'm torn. I am very torn because. As much as I. Love Law Enforcement and the justice system. I think parts of broken and there are issues that we need to talk about. Yes. Different. Anyway. Of. Just, you. Know. You'RE GONNA. Don't do stuff. Why were you? Don't lose the HUG, goods. Phil Hi. E. I. Ask. People the. Voice.

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"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

Best Case Worst Case

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

"The show actually helped us get the word out that we're there to help. And in that way you guys say it was kind of art imitating life when you put your hand on your commanding officer casket in we're thinking of your dear friend career service in other words what you do for service to your fellow beans meat. Hello welcome the best case. Worst case this. Is Jim Clemente retired? Fbi profiler former prosecutor writer producers CBS's criminal minds and with me today is everybody is francine eggs former state and federal prosecutor Jan. We're not in the studio together. I am on X-xi Prussians. East Coast feed. That's right France. But I have very distinct pleasure of having a very special guest with us today and that is chill Mantegna David Rossi yes. Vinnie Joe Montana and the David Rossi iconic guys Jim. I'm totally fan. Girling out here and I'm really suspecting you've done this on purpose. You made sure to get Joe to the Joe on the David Rossi to agree to do best case. Worst case when I'm in Atlanta no fair France. I couldn't have you hear fan going out right and Joe Presence. I mean embarrassing. Joe I promise Joe it's so great to have you on skins worth it to be real G. Thank you yeah. We're both former feds on combat and and you make us look good on TV. My best new did a great job and basically we're in a situation where we get to talk to you about a best case or worst case that you have from your time while you're David Rossi on criminal minds Do you have a case or episode in mind Yeah I do actually have a. I even have a an arc of shows. Okay if that applies Shar and we'll say there's a three episode arc especially that okay great all right great will will will appeal that layer by layer. Okay so we'll first talk about how you first heard about or came up with the idea for that particular arc of shows well. Their particular came out of a real life situation. The sense of. There's an actor that I know I've known for over fifty years one of my dearest friends and he had he. He's fairly accomplished his business but fairly accomplished in in a different arena. And not so much in like serious drawl and were very very close friends and We started a careers together. Actually back in nineteen late sixties and But I'd always felt that it would be it would be to the benefit of the viewing public to be able to see this actor in a different light and in a different venue or something that apart from what their comfort zone of what they've seen him which was mainly comedy and so that the idea came to perhaps and what's ironic is she. He was the wounded. I told me about the show criminal. Mind get out of here. Yeah I mean was like what a chauffeur's came out he had mentioned to me says ever seen this show criminal minds that I hadn't and he said my favorite show you ought to catch his show really love the show innings going on about it and so then when ironically that was when shows in his first season when I joined the cast in the third season and I remember that day very well when you came in and we sat down engineer. You're like this was an Italian guy. That was part of the company up. Well that's the result. I'll call join US but But anyway so when when I thought. Well here's this. This is the very show that my dear friend would An talking about it was so excited about it was such a fan of so how great it would be incorporated him somehow and into the show because just assigned being. Apulian actor was being working on a show that he thought so highly of and then when I mentioned it to my assistant Dan zoo wonderful writer in his own right. He came up with idea of like. Let's let's spit ball this idea and I'll come up with the idea script which she did and then I introduced him to the most writing staff on his show on and wanted the other staffers. They came up with that initial script. Which was the first of the three episode arc? We WanNA do okay. Great so let's put yourself into David Rossi's shoes K. And had David Rossi find out about the case. In the first episode of this art well David Rossi Fund on about it somewhat by you know I it was it was. It was a double kind of thing in the sense that there was the case itself and then amend the actual circumstances of running into this character. Who was at existed in my past my past before I've even been an FBI profile. And so what had happened is terms of a specific details man. Yeah just how how it came to. David Ross came David Rossi in the sense that we were called to go to Los Angeles for The this particular case and since the the crime had been happening among the kind of homeless community We went to the homeless shelter. I remember as Thomas Gibson myself his character hatch and I quoted the Shelton interview the people there in conjunction with what was happening in this community and it was while we were there. I happened to see the this one gentleman who sitting there Evan. Free Bala Soup at the shelter and hers at moment when I catch his jacket and realize. Wow that takes me back to my time. When I was a former Marine India Nam and am villainy could just come see the side of this chart. Is the songs face. We got up to leave and I thought to be in so of course when a track him outside and basically so skews me surgeries screaming. Finally call out what I think is his name in any turns her armor responds. And I see it is indeed who I think. It is then instantly. The shot goes into black and white flashback and all of a sudden it's me forty years prior and him forty years prior in the jungles of Vietnam. While I was pretty I thought was pretty cool and who this character turn out to be. Who is this character as it turns out is my former commanding officer in Vietnam what I was just basic leather necks? You know former will determine active marine the young young man and this is the guy that was basically controlled my destiny and here he was that the economy being cheerios homeless on the streets in Los Angeles. What how did this have hot? Why has this person here? What does this have to do with? And everything else was turns on. He's was that character is also very into what case? Then we're dealing with witches these people who are being with allies so i WanNa know what as an actor you do or you did to prepare as a profiler to play a profiler I mean in. We talked to some other people about playing dark characters were dealing with characters who were dealing with dark things. What was that like for you and was this episode to get ready for. It was any different for you. We'll give it to the upper SOS any different from the only thing that made it special. Was that it was it was was dealing with an actor in particular that was very familiar with and and and the storyline was something that was very close to me in the sense that. I just me personally reacted with different aspects of the military and I always wanted to try to find something that would focus on the plight of the Military Missing Since Being Homelessness Alcoholism Drug Addiction. And all of that we were in corporate able to incorporate all in this in this particular episode now in terms of of a my noway research on where would like to hopefully profile? Jim Committee around every day and I can go tap and father and area but I also made early on. I asked for capability of being able to go to quantico actually trying to be hands on with the the men and women who really do this job and Jim was very great gracious and no offering that so as it turned out especially during the course of light thirteen seasons on criminal minds I think I went to Quantico three or four times and spent a good amount of time. They're not just because I was on the show criminal minds but also host to show on the outdoor channel called guns stories where we trace historical firearms. And just do that show. We wound up doing Extended episodes with the FBI shot at Quantico and Quavos also obviously the home of the Marines. Yes exactly so. It's on a Marine base. So I mean it was all perfect for me. I mean I. It couldn't have been better in terms of having the access to the source material. I would need to not only help me in terms of portraying a character like David Rossi which is trying to understand. 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"jim committee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:10 min | 1 year ago

"jim committee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The IRS the OJ the CIA the F. B. I.'s the FISA court somebody Washington you know alphabet soup thanks bands Funkadelic Jim's committee lying about it spying on fox news spying on the Associated Press spying on the New York times really I can't find an instance where the Obama administration's fight on anybody other than Carter paging George Papadopoulos and using the FISA courts and Hillary Clinton's opposition research on remember the day that the news media mocked odd congressman Devin note as he raced down to the White House I believe that's the day that he discovered that call me and the gang went to the FISA court using Hillary Clinton's opposition research as fake intelligence in order to get Fizer warrants to spy on members of the trump campaign and the news media's just shrugging into like what there is no nobody's bite on anybody yeah I honestly remove your heads from the dark in remote locations into which you have apparently wedge them and take a look around it's it says something out there it's something but in DC you know we catch our government officials we have this we have this catch and release system in DC for members of the club you know they're protected once if you're on the inside of your stroke and pager on your side then they won't set you up and they won't ambush you like they did general Michael Flynn thirty three years and uniform and I set him up to knock him down I talked about it on Friday and and now there have been a little bit little bit of update on that since since Friday and Michael Flynn but general Flynn has a a new attorney and she is she is doing great work she's doing and it's about time see somebody doing this in town she is doing great stuff and I actually I have so much but wait wait I I skipped over I glossed over one of the al Sharpton things that I did want to gloss over because he did you can't pronounce al Baghdadi is easy are they pay millions of dollars a year to be a news anchor man all right and an NBC news because he had started the job from the by threatening them with lawsuits and things and I get the job used to have a five day week job done became too embarrassing stars just got a weekend job at eight beat it can't get on the English language is not really his thing words are not his bag baby but he's still an NBC news anchor with this on one hour show and I was seven figure a year contract and apparently he said that Obama killed himself I guess you know al Baghdadi killed himself for the suicide vest but he gets confused is reading a teleprompter and al Baghdadi confuses of Obama no stomach confuses strong at the time accused president Obama of taking too much credit for bomb was captured in debt yeah trump accused Obama of taking too much credit for Obama's capture and death if your Google Obama victory lap bin laden you will get five hundred and fifty six thousand results and point five seconds in the headlines we're just for weeks will bombers victory lack lap ever end victory lap falling about his death bush feels Obama's ignoring press blah blah blah victory lap victory lap but and what Obama did his here are not let me also say this getting bin laden is a bigger deal than getting this troglodyte al Baghdadi it was a bigger deal than this one big because bin laden al Qaeda were behind the attacks of September eleventh Baghdadi I you know genocide industrial rape murder Raj another genocide destroying country after country are raising an army to to go to war against civilization ISIS ISIS grew to be a bigger and more powerful and in many respects in many respects but they didn't carry out the nine eleven attacks so that makes a big difference big difference and a camel her as president receiving president greatest funder of historically black colleges and universities in history much better record than Obama with H. B. C. years and with employment and with criminal justice reform and with so many other things regarding African Americans and still they protest trump and praise Obama Kuwait Kuwait I'm Campbell I Harris actually tweets he's celebrated mass incarceration he's done the opposite of that and he's done something about it and push the death penalty for innocent black children the death but he's push the death penalty for innocent black children I think that send your check to Planned Parenthood all right and then camel her as goes to Planned Parenthood dinners to celebrate ten part now that's the death penalty for innocent black children the rest is fabricated but that doesn't matter this is a a great story in this this this keeps percolating Hillary look out for Hillary she's not done she's psychotic did you see at the funeral the other day for a larger Cummings naturally they politicized and and bomb a took a bunch of side way shots at trump on Hillary Clinton had this crazy screed I mean they're like who cares he's dead you know turn those machines back on day they're they're just such bloodless mercenary animals these Hillary Clinton and the Democrats the Elijah Cummings and by the way a large coming should be judged by the job that he did as a representative of the US house of representatives for his constituents in Baltimore for what was it twenty two twenty three years and then fourteen years as a state rep before that and that is is his district better offers constituents better off for his lifetime of work or is that something that should be called into question should be measured I mean you know if you're a quarterback your measured by touchdowns and wins and all that good stuff but anyway I digress and as Hillary Clinton going crazy at the at the funerals just disgraceful did you know that Paul Wellstone they don't care he's dead it's just another excuse to politicize are they really just don't care about human life at all there is a great one from the weekend though from the Associated Press growing uncertainty looms over dams twenty twenty primary Muscatine Iowa look no further than pearl city station a plain brick buildings set along the banks of the Mississippi River to understand the growing sense of uncertainty seeping into the democratic party's twenty twenty primary contest and they go on and on it here is Joe Biden boring the crowd to sleep an elderly man sitting in the back of the room fell asleep as the former vice president shared his vision of America's future in unusually harsh tones for nearly forty five minutes without taking questions and they go on out of there they're talking about how nobody excites them and I don't think anybody can win and and that means they're getting dangerous again because they're like cornered animals and other talking about boot at judge maybe but a judge then they'll call you a big if you don't vote form they'll call you a sexist if you don't vote for love's warm there they'll call ya kinda they called they call people names it's what they do but they are kind of feeling good about things because there are a couple of new polls out and in these new polls it's crazy the number of millennials in particular who are excited about socialism and and and these these polls are quite disturbing they've got to make the Democrats feel good I know the the Paul there is one in three millennials see communism as favorable one in three millennials see communism as favorable we should relate support them we should send them to a communist country North Korea good China good U. S. bad growing number of millennial show support for communism and socialism a survey from the victims of communism found survey conducted by the victims of communism and pulled by the research and data from YouGov's found that seventy percent of millennials are likely to vote socialist and one in three millennials perceive communism as favorable quote on quote favorable what that nobody's told them the truth yes they've been brainwashed and lied to by leftists all their lives survey is part of the victims of communism report on US attitudes toward socialism communism and collectivism which fall two thousand one hundred people in the United States who were sixteen and older with a margin of error two point four percent a little over half of the millennials polled said that the declaration of independence guarantees freedom and equality better than communism okay better than the communist manifesto the historical amnesia about the day that it's not amnesia they never learned it in the first place hi and and the people that lied to them are adults and it's not amnesia on their part it's lying it's deceiving them it's pushing a political agenda it up they murdered well like sixty million people in my lifetime shattering all records in human history they destroyed everything at the jail their political enemies they brutalize everyone they're racists they're all racist on all of them are racist regimes that the Chinese communist north recounted the Cuban communist they're all horribly residue Che Guevara other hero horrible racist against two against white people know gets black people you moron your racist your racist for asking the question and now young people have been misled to the point where one in three C. communism as favorable and seventy percent say they likely to vote for a socialist doomed I say dum dum in the meantime stocks hit new records S. and P. five hundred jump to record high on strong earnings trade deal progress this is a I honestly wages Rupp unemployment rate is at the lowest since nineteen sixty nine and and on and on but this is what they're learning in college sure what they're learning in high school and what they're I've got the video it's not al gore's amazing internet all of these teachers union chief tends not knowing they're being videotaped talking about infusing grammar school curricula with Marxism and Marxist theory no problem I let's get to shift less let's let's go out back to them the big news of the day let's get to where we set about number ten are Adam Schiff less with that was on this week without David Brinkley yesterday on ABC and where they have a TV commercial in there now praising the deep state the deep state as it is an ABC news commercial in praise of the deep set one little snippet of it was in president say now it knowledge is for the state is real after calling everybody crazy loopy whoo whoo conspiracy theorists for three years no the deep state is here and they've learned to embrace it's like Dr Strangelove how they learned to stop worrying and and love the deep state because it's against trump southern favorite there leftists they're abusing their power give a lefty a thimble full of power and they'll be isn't Adam Schiff was yesterday with Martha read that on this week without David Brinkley you were not informed about job the raid to get al Baghdadi or or Baghdad as NBC anchor al Sharpton because of our and isn't that bad in terms of notifying the gang of eight that wasn't done what's the reason to notify the gang of eight is frankly more important when things go wrong hi if you know the president said it was dangerous flying in the Russians could a shot down American planes Russia has aggravate was told about the bin laden raid that's when I seen the going rate at the time that's my understanding red had this escalated have something going wrong I had we gotten into a fire fight with the Russians it's to the admin administration's advantage to be able to say we inform Congress yeah I'd say they're vanishes say we inform Congress if something had gone wrong well they didn't tell you and nothing went wrong and those two facts might be connected and reddit's jumps in as the good journals that she has Obama told the gang of eight well that's because when Obama was president the Democrats weren't going to betray Obama and our troops on the.

"jim committee" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"jim committee" Discussed on KGO 810

"Morning I'm right Burkhart as president trump goes public with his illegal calls for other countries to investigate his political rival former U. S. special envoy for Ukraine speaks to impeachment investigators poker gave his deposition after he was named in a whistle blower complaint that led to the impeachment inquiry against president trump the investigation hinges on the president's phone call with the Ukrainian leader in which she appeared to pressure that leader to investigate political rival Joe Biden and his son hunter who was doing business in Ukraine The Washington Post reports Volcker told investigators he warned president trump's personal lawyer Rudy guiliani that his Ukrainian sources alleging wrongdoing by the Biden's were not credible Welker also said he and other officials within the state department warned Ukrainian officials against involvement in US politics saying their involvement could open them up to allegations of election interference that's not the conclusion Republican Jim Jordan drew from bulkers testimony not one thing he is sad comports with any of the Democrats in peace when there is not one thing Jordan is a member of the house intelligence committee Democrat row Connor who sits on the house oversight committee says Volker had some very damaging things to say about the president's efforts to pressure Ukraine to interfere in the election by withholding military aid what concerns me the most is the tax but he apparently sent to one of the investors saying he doesn't understand why the president is withholding of financial aid military aid from Ukraine for a political campaign and if that is true if that text exist that is explosive even as Bulger was testifying on Capitol Hill president trump made a comment about China that investigators also consider explosive on the south lawn of the White House the president said quoting here China should start an investigation into the bidens trump added while he has not asked the Chinese president to open an investigation it's in his words certainly something we can start thinking about outrageous said Adam Schiff the chairman of the house and tell. Jim's committee spearheading the impeachment inquiry I think the president's once again inviting foreign interference in our election is repugnant and a violation of his oath of office as a foreign government to do to assist in our election undermines the president's oath of office and threatens the integrity of our electoral system.

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"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

Best Case Worst Case

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

"It was a fascinating look inside the criminal remind and that's exactly what we're gonna do today on best case worst case as a little walk inside the the remind and back to tell us about her worst case is a very good friend of yours john sutherland or joanne. How are you good. Thank you for coming coming to the east coast atlanta offices and headquarters of best case worst case. Thank you for having me. That's right into our listeners. I just wanna tell joanne the. I pry so excited to see her again. We haven't seen each other in quite a while until today. It's very exciting to have her live in the office and we don't often get to interview people live so we're both really excited to have her here. Suggest that we energy dead people. Oh jim committee is in a mood mood today. All rude apparently did you see all i well. I am from georgia. I've made that not a secret to our listeners. I'm sure some of them are fist-pumping founding as we speak okay well that's great. That's great get started. Now yes join. Why don't you tell us what kind of case this case is so the case was a missing fifteen year old girl and did you. You have any idea when you got it. What the circumstances around that report was i did i was actually helping another detective chris helton on the caisson jason he hadn't worked many children cases before so i was trying to help him along the way and unfortunately we do get a lot of fifteen year old kids that don't want to go back home and i don't want to go back to work but of course they all come in as missing kids so we have to filter that. What were you doing. When this case came in. We were working another case and it it just came in as a fifteen year old missing kit and detective helton said hey let me run this by you and it was a fifteen year old girl who was at work in the day before went on break and then disappeared. She never came back to work right. Had she ever left work before they know she'd land everyday but never disappeared disappeared so this time she went on her lunch break but never got back to work one so this just brings up so many other cases that i know jim worked when he was a profiler siler and that everyone knows about a lot of kidnap cases missing kit cases runway cases. There are all kinds of protocols for that now. The didn't exist in the early say eighties when the case is kind of. I started bubbling into public attention. Now i know in georgia there's a child abuse protocol and there are protocols recalls that have to happen when there is reported missing child because as jim tells very frequently the first few hours after a child goes missing are critically important certain if the child actually been abducted to finding the child alive well the statistics that we put together in the bureau analysis unit today that would a child is abducted and killed forty. Four percent of them are killed in the first hour so many three percent in the first three hours and ninety nine nine percent in the first twenty four hours so it's critical that we don't wait the obligatory twenty four hours that they used to wait before we start looking looking into the type of case we have so it's very important. I'm sure he knows investigator. Who's worked these kinds of cases that it's time dependent we have to know immediately what kind of case we actually have because many of them come in as missing children but there's a whole variety of ways as the kids go missing. So what did you do immediately. In this case the officers on-scene actually started interviewing the employees and she. She said that she wanted to go to a party later in the evening so they had thought she just skipped work and went to the party. Mom was calling her. She was answering the brother was colin wasn't answering so everybody thought she just left work early to go to the party and where was it. She was working that she disappeared from. It was a hispanic grocery store on terrible clayton county and had she ever left four before she had left by not gone with. She left in the middle of the day. What what he did was like at two o'clock. No not left work on a break but has she ever blown off work before now right so every time that she it was scheduled to be at work she was at work she had never gone on a break before and then not return as crack and can you describe for us a little bit <hes> among i'm familiar with tara boulevard awesome orlando listeners might be jammed certainly not in most of our listeners will be so described for me sort of the surroundings. What are we talking about. Existence suburban grocery stores sitting in the middle of a leafy suburb is terrible lavar busy street. Could you describe that a little bit for us sure it is a a long strip mall of small businesses that used to have a value city and some pawnshops and hair and tattoos places and her workplace was at the end. It was <hes> hispanic grocery store so he was in the shopping center zubay high crime area. Is it a low crime area. Somewhere in between alex say it's one of our highest in clayton county yes and we'll kind of grown everything from robberies to snatch and grabs two shootings shootings in that area is pretty high and what time of day was this that she went on her break twelve thirty or two thirty i can't remember his twelve day and absolutely yeah and she's fifteen anything about her in terms of her size in her ability to tact herself and so on and so forth i won't say she's your typical fifteen year old. She's probably five to five three hundred and ten hundred fifteen pounds. Your normal girl on the cellphone went on bring to buy earrings and then disappeared roots. Your yuri right next door to the grocery store was the flea market style inside the big business so she walked from the grocery store over to her place to go. Get some earrings. Did you drive down and determine whether or not she made it to buy the eric she did. She went inside. We have the video surveillance and she was on her phone and you can see all the time sitting there playing with her phone and she comes out of the store and you can see it all on video tales so how quickly or how long did it take you. I guess as the better question to get that video surveillance from the time you responded to the hispanic grocery store the next day so twenty four hours later fish it took you to to for you had video in the meantime. What are you all doing. We are getting with mom getting with the brother. Any family members that we've had anything to do with her but also were looking at all the strip malls all of the stores. There's all of the places around that place for video surveillance and piecing it together we had hundreds of hours of video from this storm that store putting them all together and watching them just ridiculously every second every minute three four hours three or four hours after the time for him just trying to put it all together. Try to see something. That's where i think t._v. Does a disservice with all due respect jim t._v. Does a little bit of a disservice for obvious reasons because you only have an hour long show or even thirty minutes show but i think that our listeners may not be aware of what kind of work actually goes in to walking into that jewelry store and asking them for their video surveillance and and how long it takes them to give it to you how long it takes for you to watch it. I mean you're talking about a bunch of men hours. It's time consuming and of course i. I told you the stats a few minutes ago. I mean every minute counts so it's a difficult situation. You have a report of this missing girl <unk>. What's the window of opportunity. Was she actually last seen. When was the last person who saw her the work but i thought she she went into by a she but nobody remembered her. Oh really now so. It's a little flea market. Nobody's fearing now and you're talking to uh-huh within twelve hours of her walking in there there's so much traffic and there's so much foot traffic <hes>. She's a hispanic female. That's our hispanic area so she wouldn't have stood out. There was nothing special about her. You know that would have stood out as different vendor that sold for the actually is too much traffic while too much traffic so now you're really behind the eight ball trying to figure out what happened to this girl because the last people to cyrano or our work she walked out the door and then the neck and she wasn't going to get food somewhere she wasn't no it was going next door and get some earrings for her break and so then what happened the next well. That's one of the case gets really messed up because at the nighttime the we have videos the next day but that night we started getting calls that she was at a club of in atlanta people were seeing her because we did the volos like you're supposed to do we allow it's a bolo bolo is be on the lookout for we do pictures and posters for police releasing citizens so someone had seen that and said i just saw her last night at this club cheer getting calls and i think another thing our listeners will be really interesting and and and i get asked about this a lot is with respect to amber alerts people say well. Why didn't you put out an amber alert. Can you explain why this case would not have have been eligible for an amber alert at the point. She walked out voluntarily. We started getting conflicting information about her wanting to go to a party. There was nothing suspicious about her. Being gone fifteen year old girls run away that doesn't mean that they were kidnapped so we have to figure out in the investigation. Is there your danger. Is it a girl who said i'm going to my friend's house. No call no show to mom. That's normal was not normal. Is everything else started adding up so initially. We thought thought that's just a fifteen year old girl who wanted to go to that party and just went to the party early. Didn't you get the call the next day. No the police responded that day. Detectives actives got the call the next day so her co workers called after shooting comeback lunchbreak yes okay so it was the same day within thirty forty minutes of her not coming back attack. The police worked a part time job there so they knew they had called uniform officers to the report but detectives. Don't get that report until the next day okay so so the next day is the same day that you got the tapes or another day after that you got the tapes of neo tapes the day that we got the report is a day without the taint. She also awesome so what is the videotape. Show shows are coming out of the store like we thought her plan on our phones. She's looking down. She doesn't say that there's a person standing at the back rear for vehicle. She's approaching the driver's side door. She opens her door and that person now comes behind her with something in his hand and she scoots from the driver's side of the passenger side and that person gets in and they're gonna thirteen seconds. Wow so that sounds alive at harley brusca. It does taste from florida jen but is there any kind of. Can you tell what's in his hand. I mean is it threatening. Do you see our behavior. What's she slid over there. Something and you can't see it from the video. It's terrible video okay but at this point does it look like they were together or that. Somebody was laying yeah that absolutely heightened everybody in that to us made it kidnapping because because she's not reported to with anybody that was not normal behavior of your for her slide from driver's side passenger side..

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"jim committee" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jim committee" Discussed on 790 KABC

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"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

Best Case Worst Case

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"jim committee" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

"Fire you noticing a lot of chicago could that have something to do with where you work does a yes as out in the south south of chicago right they're all the same you know it's the same and pre much i've done just about every chicago show whenever production has come to scott agencies that's what a passionate will what about chicago justice that was the one show was so excited because outside law or they don't have prosecutors feature very often jim it's people in hollywood like jim committee favor agents in cops over prosecutors i don't at one we go also for bras too long ago to count did you work on chicago dessus why they failed i said you go and so you're obviously the key to success because all his other shows that you about have been doing fabulously well and now that we're lucky enough to have you back in our studio intel's about another case he worked on yes i can great and can tell us where in your career this case came from this was two thousand in tway l to thirteen round there okay so recent somewhat reason middle motari or whatever and what we doing when this case came in i i was working with you guys would think is tonight should the overnight shift but its i shift was his twelve to eight okay what do you call that the morning shift and we just call that the first tour to on for first tour okay because the third watch is third door right right which allie said nothing good happens after midnight route agreed foreign france i'm just asking i was born in the middle of the day of the go i think i was born into an app i think that's my point jeremy back to you so you're on the i watch i watch and will you doing we on patrol yeah and that time i was on patrol and i was actually at the station because we just come out of roll call which is we meet at the beginning of every shift and talk about what happened on previous ships in what to expect it on the ship you're working in all in all just hang out before we hit street and that's when the call came in and what did you find out on the call the call was an emergency call it was shots fired and a unresponsive male lying in a drainage ditch in front of a whole it separated the street from the home because they were sidewalks aku so already shots fired probably most dangerous situation you can go into their situations where there might be gun where there might be shots fired but you already know somebody's shooting here yes what do you think what's going through your mind anytime moma way to shot fire call or hot call we call it enough i never think of me not making it home never think of what if this is the last one i never think that i have a warrior mentality in that mentality is no matter what the situation i will prevail and i will always go home to my children it also you know in in certain instances when there shots fired in we get there usually the guns gone in the person holding the gun gone in this case that that's what happened it was very dark street and it was one streetlight that women just the intersection on the side street and when pulled up by saul a toll mail he was laying grass in in the home next to where young man was lying there was offense in people here late tom a little bit convenient but before we clarify that i wanna paint backup expand on what gym setting one of the things that we pride ourselves on here in his podcast is taking our listeners behind police lines i have never worn the inform i've never had to go to work wearing a bulletproof vest so i don't know what it's like and it's very difficult to imagine but i always think to myself if i was a police officer i heard shots fired and i've gotta get.

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"jim committee" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jim committee" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"You'll go in and talk to them they'll say we don't do things like that here and you'll be out the door so don't don't do that and maybe don't even work for somebody 'cause she really she did not like the two am phone calls from lee's stern about you know something going wrong or something whatever was so so i but i loved every minute of it so i told you that when i went away on one week vacation between games and lee fired my dear friend and the marketing director who was really good and made me look good so it was three weeks before this season i needed a guy and lo and behold a guy named jim foster cosby and said somebody recommended talk to me been at the nfl properties is what they were called they were that's a great story into itself they were nonprofit and where they used the nfl used to give away all their money all that properties money to charity and to some of the guys who ran it but they didn't know that they guys that were running it we're taking the money but anyway not jim foster but the guys who are who are actually running it so jim called make and he's an iowa guy and he wanted to come back to chicago so i said well jim committee yeah let's let's talk so we were playing for someone reason we were playing it some big high school and outdoor soccer game i don't know what that was if it was training for indoor i who knows but i'm sitting on the stand and jim comes in and takes out what is now become the famous manila envelope where he had all these sketches and everything and i said what is he said well.

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"jim committee" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jim committee" Discussed on Undisclosed

"We need to cover that more on the size and the we should talk to jim committee on criminal minds cover that it is something that needs to be in the public lexicon i feel it's a bit missed in the making a murderer story because of what ended up happening later and what people's opinions are of him but the truth of the matters he didn't rape that woman in the first case and her testimony her drawing of him sorry i literally am the worst when it comes to terminology i apologize but like you know it was totally set up by the officer who put that photo in front of her and understated it got lost in the rest of the story but that's a huge thing that people should keep in mind even not across cultural background differences and and skin color differences i mean it it just it was a guy kinda look similar in horrible may was well jaime as was in the episode this week you actually worked for the north carolina innocence inquiry commission the same commission that rejected run along claim of innocence what was it like working there and what is it like kind of going up against that barrier now having worked there might experience there was great i worked on a couple of cases that resulted in exonerations after pretty comprehensive investigations that experience actually made me frustrated in the circumstance in ronnie's case because at my time during the commission and i was trying to ensure that i wasn't sort of looking back on my time with rose colored glasses and i actually asked an attorney that we had worked with during the course of my period of time at the commission exists seem they were much more free with information during the course of their investigations to the attorneys on both sides the state as well as the defense.

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"jim committee" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jim committee" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"That's why if you look at my public comments from the hearing i said that i would prefer that neither the republican memo or the democratic memo be released unless the public could also see the source materials and make a decision for themselves and that really is ill advised because then you would be compromising sources and methods but based on everything i've seen at least there's an i haven't seen any reason to think that process these were violated a senator earlier today i believe it was jeff merkley democrat of oregon suggested he thinks all of this is just the president trying to create a pretext put out this memo and then use that as an excuse to fire the special counsel robert mahler do you agree it's quite possible yes the president seemed to be taking different steps to protect himself that seems to be his priority and he's got folks like the chairman of the house intelligence committee devon noon newness who were helping him on that so i think the senator could be right the top democrat on the house intel jim committee a adam schiff from california he claims that than the newness memo the one that was sent to the white house is different on what was voted to be released by the committee and therefore the one that was sense cannot be made public a spokesman for newness responded that the changes that were made at were just minor addeds to the memo including grammatical fixes and to add its requested by the fbi and by the minority democrats themselves i don't know if you've seen them both or not but by your understanding were these changes important ones that would alter the conclusion or they just send tax and some requests made by the fbi and the democrats i haven't seen the revised version because added been in a classified setting back in washington since it's been revealed that there's another version of but i have been briefed on it and my understanding is that there are appreciable differences in those two memos that are not just correcting a misspelled worked for example so as adam schiff made the point yesterday.

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"jim committee" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jim committee" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of iowa accusing the fbi a plan hide the ball on this rusher probe here we are a year later no evidence but everything we discussed about the fis a warrant against they opposition candidate in an election year and then a president elect and his team and then the fis accord issuing a warrant based on a of an opposition party bought and paidfor phony russian propaganda dossier while the media is kind of ignoring that now how bad is the memo went we going to ever get to see the memo congressman rondo santos of florida is joining us he's the freedom caucus member and it's good news for the great state of florida he's going to be running for governor down there i have endorsed him in that race he's been a leader of the freedom caucus and one of the few people in washington that you can actually count on how are you sir i'm doing good sean how're you doing i don't trust many of your colleagues especially republicans i think i think that we all learned a lot when a hundred republicans had promised for however many years to repeal and replace when they get the opportunity had no intention of ever doing it so there's very few people that i like entrust than you know because of where you stand i think you're one of the guys we should trust and can trust or hank found look we need to get this memola we will get it out their shifts the prophet that that the guy going in foul jim committee you're going through because it this procedure in the house hasn't been used for awhile iif aggravates wanna make sure they do it right um they should not give the memo to the department of justice or the fbi though mean think about it we've been pulling teeth for four or five months to get the documents on which the memos base and they thought at every step of the way finally under threat of contempt of congress deputy attorney general rosenstein turned it over and the intelligence committee numbers rebel to review it are then create greek memo but our job is to conduct oversight over beef executive branch agency they don't have any right to conduct oversight over the congress they're just an exterior agency in the executive branch and so the.

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"jim committee" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"jim committee" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Head on wfia dot com from abc news i'm richard cantu and how you know jim committee issuing subpoenas in the probe russian meddling in the presidential election longtime personal attorney michael cohen and fired national security adviser michael flynn both giving superiors go house what they know about any attempts by russia to employ them flows already said he would usurp amendment to avoid selfincrimination for director james colmey won't be able to subpoena you over to testify about what the president said to him during the investigation voluntarily embassy field abc news washington while a senior white house official tells abc news president trump is poised to take the us out of the paris climate change deal mr trump says he's still decide i'm hearing from a lot of people earlier city mayors are weighing in boston's marty walsh shabby i america make a big say mike pompeo is completely the wrong direction good for our country chicago's rahm emanuel said a withdrawal would be shortsighted ohio attorney general michael devine is suing five pharmaceutical companies including purdue pharma in our gign accusing them of perpetrating the state's opioid addiction epidemic onecompany being sued jensen pharmaceuticals calls the suit legally and factually unfounded the nba finals between the golden state warriors and cleveland cavaliers open tomorrow in oakland someone might be trying to get into the head of cash star lebrun james as the lapd investigates a racist words spray painted on the front gate of lebrun james la home james his in oakland preparing per game wannabe nba finals he tells reporters he'll be as focused as he can be on the job at hand but in light of what happened in his home a row and montgomery who come from for me oh could human games telling reporters being black in america is tough alex stone abc news los angeles wall street the dow closed down twenty one points the nasdaq was a five.

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