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Christopher Davalos, Torres And Riquet Barrera discussed on Charlie Parker
"To police as you'll recall Christopher Davalos claimed he left his car with the motor running in the doors unlocked. It a strip center parking lot off and Riquet Barrera to go into a store, and when he came back the woman who seat on the video had stolen the car and police even later released photographs taken by surveillance video of a woman carrying a car seat. But now they've determined that that was not only entirely staged. But there was a. Third person who is involved in. This who is the person who took anti Torres to the location and dropped her off. So she could walk to the car and steal the car to make all this look like this little baby was kidnapped as part of a car theft. When in reality police say now that was not the case. The police chief obviously has no time whatsoever for the Davila family at this point. You'll recall we were talking yesterday about how the family was telling anybody who would listen that the police were incompetent. They were bundling the investigation they were doing their own investigation. Trying to throw police off with fake leads. The chief said Christopher Davalos has spent more time since he's been in jail talking to the media then talking to his own detectives, and he said in very very sternly. This is a quote, he said, even if you're not directly involved in this. If you are withholding information or you have lied to the police, we will charge you at the conclusion of this investigation. So the chief has had up to here with this case, obviously this baby is in grave danger. And hopefully, we'll get to the bottom of this sometime today, but it is a very disturbing case. Dow to say the least all right news director, Jim foresight morning, commentary gyms back again at eight ten a its charity McCurdy for Belgians automotive. In temperatures are all over the place. We get into the high sixties for days, then bam. Here comes another big freeze. Don't get.
NSA deletion of more than 685 million call records raises questions
"Newsradio twelve hundred w newsradio twelve hundred w away i news director jim forsyth is at main plaza downtown for san antonio's version of an antitrump immigration rally one of more than one hundred scheduled across the us for today jim i'm seeing signs air saying things like the united states is kidnapping children pictures of children with signs reading i'm in a baby prison and a lot of opposition to president trump a lot of people wearing t shirts reading impeach there's a sign in front of me right now united states unite families this is is a rally that is opposing the white house's zero tolerance plan toward immigrants at the border even though president trump has signed an order ending the divide the division of families a lot of these people don't believe it's happening at a lot of these people want zero tolerance to go away on main plaza jim foresights newsradio twelve hundred w police in maryland continue their probe into an attack that left five people dead in a newsroom in annapolis as a small memorial take shape outside the offices of the capital gazette newspaper in annapolis we have learned a bit more about the alleged gunman thirty eight year old jared ramos accused of gunning down five newspaper employee's in a brutal attack police today being stymied though because they say ramos is not cooperating ramos is believed to have had a long simmering feud with the newspaper and at one point he sued for defamation a case he lost was that behind this attack that terrorized not just the newspaper offices but a number of other nearby businesses and this morning rama's continues to sit in jail without bond following years of controversy and numerous missteps the national security agency is deleting millions of phone records it collected for what it says were national security reasons six hundred eighty five million call records will be erased these records the nsa collected from telecommunications companies since twenty fifteen the agency says it's due to quote technical irregularities but some speculate it might be because the program failed the data collection practice got some controversial press when former nsa contractor edward snowden leaked documents pointing to widespread government surveillance in two thousand fifteen congress passed a law saying the nsa could no longer collect call records and.