4 Burst results for "Joan Fitzpatrick"
"joan fitzpatrick" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Councilmember Paul corrects and talk to police about what they can do as a community. Here's the game. They play first of all LAPD was quite caught twice in the last few years intentionally. Why about crime statistics? There was a whistle blower went public with how they bury a lot of crimes how they why? When they released a typical reports the LA times also did an extensive study. Same thing found out that the LAPD was intentionally lying about the rate of crimes it's what they do. And if you go in the next door app, and if you talk to your neighbors in person. The police won't show up for a lot of crimes. They don't bother and we've talked about the reasons because prop forty seven is a factor, particularly with with the robberies and the amount and sometimes people just get discouraged from reporting it burglaries less than one percent of burglaries are soft. And everybody knows it and the police won't even take the time to fill out a report. In fact, you're supposed to go to the police station and fill out the report. Neighbors have told me you have to go yourself. They're not gonna come and take it. Well, if you're told that the chances are you're never gonna get your stuff back. We're never going to solve the crime. And you have to take an hour out of your day to report the crime. Are you going to bother or you just gotta eat it? Right. If they stole. A briefcase out of your car. What are you gonna do? And so these crimes don't get reported. The police don't want him reported because then the Jackson the statistics, and then corrects is really clever there. To me didn't matter. If you've got residents in your neighborhood were pretty worked up over what they're seeing on next door what they're experiencing in hearing stories, you need to go talk to them and find out what's going on rather than just dismiss them. A guy got Marsh Jewish jokes. Statistics say they're full of it. Correspondent don't care. I really don't care. They're not into this game to represent you care. What happens to your life? Now, they're about. Enforcing their will to control you. So if they want to make your commute longer, if they wanna make your life more difficult, your life's more dangerous because of their crime policies. They don't care. You know? And I think what's important is what you said at the beginning often police departments mayors. They'll only have a news conference when they want to report the crime is down, and they often can be manipulative because obviously we don't hear from them unless they want to report crime is down. I remember for a couple of years in a row crime was up and they were silent. But remember when Charlie black was police chief also to make a political point. He wanted to report that the number of domestic violence incidents is being reported as Dan we think that is because the immigrant communities scared. I think it was when Trump right became president believe the crime reports he didn't believe the reports said there's got to be unreported stuff here because people are too afraid to come forward because they might get deported. I don't slam they manipulate and use their own statistics for their own purposes. Basically saying he didn't believe that illegal immigrants are beating their wives less than they used to. Domestically. Yeah. He thought that illegal immigrants are beating their wives more that was a little Charlie Black's message. Let's get out of this channel five story. KTI just one more thing. I want to say when when Keret said it's an exaggeration to say the crimes going up, and then he says homicides are zero last year they were zero nobody was talking about homicide. There's no dead body. Quickly switched to a subject that wasn't being debated. Nobody said authors dead bodies all over the street. Nobody said that was about robberies. Well, it's his way of saying. If there aren't dead people. She just be happy. Right. All right. Let's Casey Montoya from channel five had this story. Nothing's being done in just getting worse. Unfortunately, Joan Fitzpatrick has lived in a Melrose district for twenty years and says crime is so bad in her neighborhood. Residents are getting used to seeing things like this police with guns drawn arresting criminals. Scary really scary. This incident happened last week and this violent robbery happened in her neighborhood in broad daylight, Monday afternoon in the seventy four hundred block of wearing avenue. A tourist is seen on security cameras walking down the street while two men start moving faster to keep up with him. Another man in a red sweatshirt shows up and moments later, the two men start to run catching the victim attacking him from the back as another suspect runs in front of him. A man driving buying a truck sees the crime in progress and stops to try and help when he can't verbally stop the attack. He goes back to his truck and gets a machete to scare them off. But not before they took the victims wallet. And Rolex the criminals are coming on Melrose near seeing all these people with.
"joan fitzpatrick" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Nine ninety five featured in all I get. I get this to be out there my narrative, my legacy from my children and my grandchildren always in the cloud or whatever that thing is forever. And I get a plaque commemorating this and in return they want. I think I think the number was nine hundred sixty nine and I said no. No. And I was told but we could be flexible about adult. You know. No one takes the first pocket. And I think this is the story that I have to. I'm not going to do it. This is a story that I have to just give them more than what they're asking. Price wasn't value getting that platfo marquee who's who in America's Chris knows. I was approached by them thirty five years ago, and I was fired beyond words that that having been a sportswriter in New York and it was exclusively New Yorker, maybe the Washington Post by then I'm not exactly sure, but I was really flattered and what I did was they were going to list me and I happily told him about myself and my parents and and I don't think that when children at that point, but maybe maybe Elizabeth was born and and they sent me and whatever, whatever it costs me was worth it. They sent me a small plaque with a small clock in it. The clock doesn't work. Of course it hasn't worked for forty years, but it has my name on. It says, who's who? In America. I was unbe. Leave ably flattered now. Now I'm veins, but I'm not stupid. I'll maybe as stupid, not as stupid, and I just thought, you know, I'm not going for this. This. This plaque is just more junk for my son to have to throw out when I'm gone on cutting sitting outside the things that I have. What is the, what are the things that mean the most to me? Well, until they tear down NATs park. I got my name on the wall. That means the most to me. I got a doctorate from my college even though I haven't hung up or anything. I got some plaques of stuff that I've won. I've even got second place, third place in four. You got the Aloha tower thing. I know Charlie's got that this year. Amazing collection of old speeches that I have. A bunch of mind. I've got golf pencils. I've got pins, but I don't. I don't need another one. I still have the first one. I'd say you'll so good about, but I don't need another one. So I respectfully declined to Klein when they ask you to tell you they wouldn't construct you narrative and tell you a story. Is there a section there? We, we knew can list the people that you hate? No, I was out be worth. It never asked who I hate. It was never ask that I was never asked. Do you plan any menu chain. Special tree special. Nobody asked about the condemnation Daesh the break fast planner. Little bit offended by what I I mean. mean, it caused me to go back in time to win. This was. Hi, good ally in Cologne, believably meaningful to me. I never talked about it, but you could put that plaque out so that people could see it if they ever allowed in the house. Say, why are these. Are these who's who have high school students people to buy. Again, can have your kid in a book saying, he's one of the top hundred in high school. Fifty nine ninety five. I think it might. It's the, but now it's not a book now think of it as a scam. I was incredibly flattered that I was in who's who in your name? Phone book. Yeah. Yeah. So when America I'm on their site now it's much more regionalized. You have the southeast. I was going to be. I was going to be alive ward. Buzi telling the Bill cannot Busey doesn't know the difference between me at a dog last people who are gonna care, family members. All right, let's get okay. That was that was great fun. What do we have when we return Email in Jing? Yes, an Email from believe jingle from Joan Fitzpatrick possibly with k j singing background. In this, I'm Tony corners. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show..
"joan fitzpatrick" Discussed on No Jumper
"So country sees me inside and he says, y'all, you call be here, which is a point. I think that's completely fat house or heard like you area that no one was allowed to be in. I was like the other. Did you check. Owns is in the VIP area, not everyone was being coded on this. Like outside section of the VIP area. I was in the food wolves, and it wasn't many people around maybe one or two people using the restroom, LA, LA LA. So he comes up to me. He's pretty, he's coming in pretty hot. I completely agree with him if he wants me to live move, venereal move out on area. So. Pusey shade by looking at chat? No, I'm trying to re. I didn't know jumper trout up yet, so he comes out to be pretty hall. He he starts kind of light. He starts when someone says, come, and you start will then now like still pushing it was as fro country. Oh, because that's my like he'd literally, he'd take a bullet for me. And there was no one firms taking full already leaving. It was I'm just telling you how I know my team. He was probably totally aggressive pas. He was probably totally somebody probably told, you know, like he'll he'll do somebody probably told him keep an eye out on this guy. I know exactly who told him that anyway. So he starts pitching me, taught surgery. The moment around the Kula Joan Fitzpatrick Stein and ride that tie Mike sense. Why countries being so aggressive with me. Now I keep walking towards the accent, not talking about the my neck exit right now all the fines away over like VIP's, whatever you call them influences were in a separate section. They shut me out into like where all the fans were, which Faulk Argo out as I'm going out Joan Fitz Patrick grabs my stream and fire rips it off me. He says, I'm taking this and country. Pushes me out. The door country's stance is a big guy. Glocks the hotel. Every time I tried to reach ground my phone, give me my phone. He pushes me back over and over again eventually with like the cups. Of seeing this goes, the cops told me I saw you getting kicked out, and so the health and go down, put it two minutes off the of this going backwards and forwards. I finally got my fire. I'm not fuck this. I'm out of here. I don't want to deal with this fucking swollen. I don't wanna fucking deal with this drama. I don't want to deal with this manager being like unnecessary also to me. So I start looking down the hill as I'm walking down the hill. This offer guy comes up on and he I not to get going. For like relevant relevant. This guy comes up to me. IV starts also giving me why you why you here. Why are you here? What are you doing here? I'm like, I'm invited and he's like, how? Who, by John Fouzy said, I could come spy to his assistant gal, friends, whatever a at the Anthony says, fine in Adams, twenty two wlac which a CLA which is relevant to. I'm going to tell you countries in the background tool into the police right behind me, right? He's talking to the place. The moment I start Wilkin off a looking down country comes running down. You're coming anywhere. You are in any way and the police, except we're free to leave if we want to do not in any way, and he's pushing me and on them. Black kids names who are with you right next, you've locked in at the same time. I have. I can show you a DJ in them. Yeah, that that pitching me, they have video of country pushing me grabbing my arm, not let me leave and I'm like, why are you detaining me like, well, you don't have the right to do that first of all, and I haven't done it if you're gonna. Just let me God. Let me God. He keeps pushing me catch on him telling me this on enough for everyone of the influences to see it's going on. Then he stopped showering officer officer officer. These two officers run over to me instantly high cough me such me and put me in the back of a police golf, a free hours. While I'm saying in the back of the police car. Wasn't saying in the back of the police call left the alarm. Good spirit. I like. Chilling. I'm just I'm here to tear out the story kill them..
"joan fitzpatrick" Discussed on Life of the Law
"Say that persons who are able to simply meet the convention's requirement of having a well-founded fear of being persecuted are not rightful news at all. Furthermore, Joan Fitzpatrick another refugee scholar wrote back in nineteen ninety seven, the as a result of those two decisions. The United States is seriously out of compliance with the single most important peremptory norm of refugee of all the prohibition on nonrefoulement. Non-refoulement is the practice of a country who receives a refugee or asylum seeker. It's the practice of not returning that refugee or asylum seeker to country in which that individual might be liable or subjected to persecution. The impact that this has is that there are individuals who may very will face horrible things in their home country. They somehow are able to escape escape out of the clutches of whatever horror, whatever problem, whatever issue that they are facing, come to the United States, meet the conventions definition of refugee, meet that well-founded fear of being persecuted standard, but not actually be granted the rights in noon rated in the refugee convention. Not actually be granted the right. It's that they should be given under international law because of these two decisions because of static and because of Cardoza Fonseca. Now because of this, I really hope that that one day either through relation overturning these or through the supreme court, again, addressing refugee wall, which which does not happen very often that they will take another look at this and help ensure that the United States not just bide spy, but is a leader and international refugee of all. Before starting law school. At Vanderbilt, I worked for a nonprofit refugee resettlement agency called world relief. When I worked at world relief, I worked with individuals who suffered all kinds of horrible terrors, individuals who escaped all sorts of horrors and trials, and it breaks my heart that there are individuals who may be facing something, but because they're not able to prove some higher level, some higher definition, some probability of persecutions that of just a well-founded fear that there are rights that they would be printed in some other country, but that they're not rented in the United States. And I really hope that one day our walls will change to ensure that refugee rights rights that refugees deserve, that they are able to obtain those all the time. I think that that is something that's very important. In conclusion, well-founded fear is at the core of the definition of a refugee United States because of SV steady. SP Cardoza Fonseca is not in compliance with international wall and stands by itself among signatories in not providing automatically all persons who meet the definition of refugee with all of the rights that they deserve. But most importantly, as we're talking about these cases of laws and policies and different things, let's not lose sight of the people and the stories behind the policies. that was Josh women chin with his report on well-founded fear in the first of our series on refugee law by students in professor mcandrew's immigration law class at Vanderbilt University law school. So if a refugee appears in a US immigration court with a claim of well-founded fear, will they receive a fair neutral hearing by a court or do judges bring their own bias to the bench in asylum hearings. Now we present our second story the wrong judge at the wrong time by Simunic Recco. Today, I will be discussing the American asylum system and how that's some treats asylum applicants on fairly, I will be interviewing Mary urban, who is an immigration attorney in Dallas. And we will mainly be discussing the fact that asylum grant rates vary widely between judges and analyzing how those differences in grant rates impact asylum-seekers. I haven't immigration log on the November twenty eleven. I have been reading morning on years of Mike rear devoted explicitly to silo cases during that time. I was working with human rights initiative of more Canada's recently returned to immigration. Raptors does Tober. I didn't ask Mary whether she knew about discrepancies between asylum grant rates, especially as pertains to the southern states since that is the area she has most familiar. With there have been studies done on this by various lawful connects and nonprofits documented when they have dumped the silent result and five out of cities followed in style. So the six, that he is arguing years done, Charlotte, Atlanta, jealous where I've Baptist in Las Vegas. So just in case anyone needs to hear that again, six US cities have been labeled asylum free Jones. I actually looked up the twenty seventeen article that Mary was talking about, and it defines asylum free zones of areas where asylum seekers are systematically denied protection, regardless of the dangerous. They're fleeing. So why don't asylum applicants just steer clear of those cities. The problem is that asylum applicants often don't have a choice. Choice of which city to Filan because many end up settling in particular city because it's the first place they arrived to after leaving their countries or they have family there or the simply do not have the means to travel anywhere else. Also, when you come into the country as a refugee, no-one hands you a pamphlet telling you which cities you have the best chances of winning asylum it. A lot of refugees come here because they think America as a whole is a safe haven in the quickly learned the truth. After they get introduced to America's immigration system. Other s Mary about Dowell specifically. I looked up the latest available for mation for Dallas immigration judges, and the grant raves for those judges vary from the highest crab rate for any of the Dallas immigration judges over the last five years of data was thirty percent and the lowest was point, two percent. You might think six point. Two percent is really Lou, but it gets worse. I looked at a website cult truck, which compiles data about immigration judges in their decisions in their table of judges in decisions from twenty twelve to twenty seventeen reveals that there are judges who only grant asylum in one point, two percent of cases the table even had one judge from Louisiana who had zero percent grant rate on the other end of the spectrum or judges grant asylum in ninety six percent of cases, but they are the anomaly Mary went onto. Gus discrepancies between different cities with the US. You sense of the comparisons of, you know, the vast disparity across the country. There's also a study done by Reuters. I believe it was an October twenty seventeen and article started off by comparing two hundred women's cases which had the same. Essentially the same facts. There were some differences, but they were for asylum on the same basis on the same set of accents state we will play and one ended up in Charlotte, North Carolina. The other ended up in San Francisco. Charlotte case lost in the fan Francisco case Clun and it's really no surprise when you get the ticks because the Charlotte court, the immigration judges as a whole, their order removed eighty four percent of individuals that come before them womb. In contrast in San Francisco, only thirty, six percent of accuses end up getting ordered removed radio. It just kind of illustrates avast disparity depending on what jurisdiction. Just the look, the drama where you end up giving these very bleak numbers. I asked Mary if there are times when she is nervous about appliance case simply because it was assigned to a certain judge. Absolutely. As a matter of fact, I know immigration attorneys who refused to take cases that are assigned to particular judges than needless to stave that carefully pack. Acts asylum-seekers because they might not end up with competent representation or any representation at all. But it's from practitioners expected is very discouraging to have a perspective client onto you when they're assigned judges who have six percent grant rate, you know you, you think you, you're, you have no realistic shot even if you give it your all. So it can be very, very discouraging. In my experience, the immigration judges