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Wife Of Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán Arrested On Drug Trafficking Charges
"Wife have notorious drug kingpin. El chapo made her first court appearance today after she was arrested at a dc area airport drug trafficking charges. Let's get more on this now from gotti schwartz. Two years after walking into a federal court support her husband tonight. El chapo wife. Emma cornell is poodle is fighting for her own freedom. Her mugshot taken shortly before her court appearance today via video conference where she was denied. Bond and if convicted could face life in prison the dual use mexican citizen. Who is still married to one of. The world's most notorious drug kingpins now faces conspiracy to distribute cocaine methamphetamine heroin and marijuana into the united states after el chapo whose real name is joaquin guzman went to prison in two thousand fourteen new court documents allege his wife acted as a messenger between the drug lord and his lieutenants associates and sons and when el chapo famously escaped mexican prison using a tunnel court documents. Say she helped orchestrate the plan. What you see in a criminal complaint is the bare bones. There could be more tonight or attorney saying we don't know enough about the case to give clarity to the public adding we'll do what we can get out of this mess. The former beauty queen who married el chapo when she was eighteen was arrested at dulles international airport outside washington. Dc after guzman was extradited to the us in two thousand seventeen than before he was sentenced to life in prison. Evidence is us. Trial showed his wife's involvement in his billion dollar criminal empire an accusation. She's denied donald. Trump was the head of a very very violent and dangerous drug cartel. And it's obvious from the affidavit regarding his wife that she was helping him in almost every respect tonight the kingpin is beauty. Queen forever separated by prison but perhaps destined to share the same fate
Emma Coronel Aispuro, Wife of Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán, Arrested
"And the wife of imprisoned drug Lord El Chapo is due in federal court today. Emma Coronel, the beauty queen wife of Joaquin Guzman faces criminal charges of conspiring with her husband to import cocaine and heroin into the United States and twice conspiring to help al Chapo escaped from a Mexican prison. Court records said she acted as a go between and messenger between Guzman and his lieutenants, associates and sons. Chapo successfully escaped in 2015 when he slipped into a hole beneath the shower, but failed a second time before he was extradited here to the United States, where he was convicted and sentenced to life in
El Chapo's lawyers appeal his US drug conspiracy conviction
"Lawyers for the notorious Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo wants his US conspiracy conviction tossed out in an appeal. The lawyers claim faulty evidence led to Joaquin Guzman's conviction and that jurors sought news reports on sexual abuse allegations against him, which we're not allowed in trial before convicting him. Prosecutors haven't commented on the move. Pius after escaping prison twice, including ones through a tunnel from his cell. Guzman was put on trial last year He was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for massive drug conspiracy that span two
'El Chapo' to seek new trial after juror says panel ignored judge's orders
"Defense attorneys signal Friday that convicted drug Lord known as El Chapo will seek a new trial ABC's Aaron Katersky with more on that story defense attorney said Joaquin Guzman intends to file a motion for a new trial based on a recent disclosure by a juror who anonymously told vice news several jurors ignored the judge's instruction. Not to consume media about the case defense attorney said they would file for a new trial and request a hearing to determine what they call the extent of the misconduct. Defense attorney Jeff Lichtman said El Chapo deserved a fair trial with a verdict decided by an impartial jury. No immediate comment from federal prosecutors in Brooklyn where all chapel was convicted on
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The threes. Kristen Chris, thank you both. And again, our winter weather advisory until seven o'clock this morning. So we have some lingering rain, sleet, a lot of fog out there seeing quite a bit of fog in Boston right now after some early showers right now, overcast, guess what? The rest of today though, getting much much better despite the win clouds will break for little sunshine today. High thirty eight inland of forty six degrees downtown unseasonably mild. But winds will be gusting to thirty five miles an hour. Chance of snow little later on this weekend. We'll be talking about that coming up a little later this half hour with dean devore. It's six thirty five. Good morning back to our top. Story this dumping of snow and freezing rain making for dangerous drive. But for every driver, especially those of you in some big wheels. You can't do something to make it better for all of us. WBZ's KENDALL Buhl takes the wheel on this story. Listen, I know I don't need to tell you this. You were both thoughtful and well aware of the very real danger posed by snow and ice left on vehicles as they take to the roads. But that other person the one up ahead whose vehicle is pelting yours with frozen missiles, he really needs to listen to Michael chart of the New Hampshire office of emergency management is incredibly important to everyone takes the time before they leave to clear off all the snow in the car, and that means on top of the car the hood trunk around the lights and on license plates. Thank you, Michael Jordan. Thank you, thoughtful and safety minded motorists. Let's hope that other driver gets the message before someone really gets hurt. Kendall Buhl WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. We'll check traffic and weather together coming up in just about less than. In ten minutes. Here. Let's go to El Chapo, he'll likely spend the rest of his life in a place known as the Alcatraz of the Rockies Joaquin Guzman. Now convicted of running the world's biggest drug smuggling rings will likely be sentenced to the supermax prison, Colorado, the most secure prison ever built in the United States. Here's ABC's Aaron Katersky as the outlaw leader of the cartel. Joaquin Guzman earned almost mythic status, his conviction, the DA's Ray Donovan said revealed who he really was a ruthless killer. A violent drug trafficker. Donovan cast the verdict is a victory for victims Justice. Go too many thousands upon thousands of victim of.
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Time for the IRS taxpayers weren't able to get frozen refunds present hardship cases while facing fines or resolve audits of past tax returns during the first weeks of the shutdown. IRS employees weren't allowed to answer phones issue refunds release, liens and levies created installment agreements or review, pending actions. They report is usually delivered to congress in December. But it was delayed because of the shutdown federal prosecutors are bringing charges against dozens of members of a white supremacist group. In Arkansas, Tom Roberts says details the indictment charges fifty four people with being part of the new Aryan empire. White supremacist group. Prosecutors say committed numerous acts of violence members of the group are accused of kidnapping and attempted to murder an informant. The Justice department says those crimes were done to support the groups. Wide ranging drug trafficking operation the federal investigation into the group began in two thousand sixteen at for murder involving one of its members Tom Roberts NBC News Radio defense attorney for El Chapo says his client was presumed guilty before the trial. Even started Joaquin Guzman was found guilty by Brooklyn jury Tuesday on all ten counts of drug conspiracy and money laundering, attorney Jeffrey Lichtman said he and his team were honored to represent El Chapo and will continue to fight for him. The sixty one year old Guzman is likely to be sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole is attorneys say they will appeal and Duke basketball, coach Mike shoshefsky says rape accusations about a former player need to be investigated by the university shoshefsky made that statement Tuesday night after dukes win and Louisville when he was asked about Meredith Watson's sexual assault allegations against former men's basketball player, Corey McGrady Watson who also accused Virginia Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax said it happened in nineteen ninety nine which he was discouraged from reporting it by a dean Mark Mayfield. NBC news. Radio. Oh, you get a raise or something. Yeah. Right. And how can you afford to drive that huge car?.
El Chapo Found Guilty on All Counts; Faces Life in Prison
"A federal jury. In Brooklyn, convicted Mexican drug Lord Joaquin Guzman known as El Chapo of all ten charges after a three month long, drug trafficking trial. The jury deliberated for about a week New York. US attorney Richard Donahue called it a day. Reckoning conviction is a victory for every family. Who's lost a loved one to the black hole of addiction?
El Chapo Found Guilty on All Counts; Faces Life in Prison
"I'm Scott Goldberg. The drug Lord known as El Chapo Joaquin Guzman faces life in prison after federal jury in Brooklyn found him guilty on all ten charges. He faced goosebumps lawyers. Jeffrey Lichtman says his client remains upbeat. He was he was bringing our spirits up. Which is surprising, usually it's the other way around where consoling climb just been convicted of counts that will ensure that will spend the rest
"El Chapo" guilty: Notorious drug lord convicted by U.S. jury
"Or less the notorious drug Lord known as El Chapo found guilty in federal court in New York. We got the latest for Mark Remillard with ABC news. The jury finding Guzman guilty on all counts. ABC's Aaron Katersky has more from New York. The jury in Brooklyn federal court convicted Joaquin Guzman on all ten county faced he was charged with running a continuing criminal enterprise as the leader of the Sinoloa cartel. A position he used to smuggle at least two hundred tons of cocaine into the United States. Witnesses described schilling violence Guzman unleashed on rivals. And the paranoia of a man who lived constantly on the run. Jurors heard of narrow naked escaped through tunnels and of the electronics. He used to spy on mistresses. And his wife Guzman now faces life in prison Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York that Jerry had to consider those ten counts against Guzman. But we're asked to make Fifty-three decisions about whether prosecutors had proven various elements of those crimes, El Chapo, also faces charges here in Chicago, though, it's unclear if he'll ever be tried here. He was dubbed public enemy number one by the Chicago crime
Jury in 'El Chapo's' U.S. trial to begin second week of deliberations
"Jurors in Brooklyn are beginning their second week of deliberations in the trial of the accused Mexican drug Lord known as El Chapo, Scott Pringle, reports or Joaquin Guzman appears to be content with deliberations dragging on. He hugged one of his lawyers last week. Now, the twelve member jury team Moldova mountain of evidence and testimony Monday through Thursday, but still has not decided whether El Chapo is guilty of running a drug operation that flooded the US with billions of dollars in illegal drugs. The defense argues El Chapo was not the drug orgnisations leader and witnesses were lying to save their own skin.
Jury enters second day of deliberations in 'El Chapo' trial
"Jury is into its second day of deliberations today in the New York trial of the infamous Mexican drug Lord, notice El Chapo, jurors are back in federal court in Brooklyn deciding the fate of Joaquin Guzman sixty one year old charged with operating a drug smuggling empire that moved hundreds of tons of cocaine north of the US border over the course of two decades. The jury heard from fourteen witnesses who described Guzman's willingness to use violence against the cartels enemies. The defense accuses the witnesses of making him a scapegoat for their own
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"News ninety six point five WDBO. Grace. There could be jerseys who were scared. They're kept anonymous for their safety, and they may feel like internally, they don't want to be responsible for convicting someone that they've just heard for the last three months is so brutal. The reality of it is the the jury form is quite complicated. There are ten separate counts. Each of those counts has underlying crimes that the jury must decide whether the prosecution proved or did not prove and so just going through the facts of the case and and deliberating together could take some time. Yeah. You think so talking about I'll shop there. And they've got the jury's got everything they've got to go through everything. But I I would want to be on that jury. There's no way I would want to be on that jury because first of all think about all that you've heard say what you looking over at this guy. And you're seeing the human side of him why he had kids and you're seeing the awful side of him. That he's a murderer. That he may be responsible for more deaths as far as a drug dealer and cartel member. In the history of this not not not Pablo but him after a trial that has spent several months, it's going to be up to the seven women and five men in Brooklyn federal court to decide the fate of the world's most notorious drug Lord, there is no bigger criminal in modern times. A d- agents have told me then Joaquin Guzman just based on the sheer number of deaths. They attribute to the drugs that he said to have one of the country with like Pablo Escobar the things that he did the fear that he instilled in the battery had with the Colombian government. Was legendary he's the gold star. But this guy for the amount of drugs that killed. He he makes Pablo looks like a, you know, like he's like an amateur. So, but I wouldn't want to be anywhere near this any. No, I think. Yeah. Now. Now, do I think he's going to get? You know, acquitted net. Right. I don't think quitted, but the reality is. Would it be the craziest thing I would have to say to me if he was acquitted? I don't care what you say about Trump being president. I don't care what you say about ninety percent of the stuff ham being acquitted would be the craziest thing and you'll be like. Somebody had to be bought somebody had to be three two.
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"J T A R news ninety two three FM. Scissor sounds great compared to this. There could be jurors who were scared. They're kept anonymous for their safety, and they may feel like internally, they don't wanna be responsible for convicting someone that they've just heard for the last three months is is so brutal. The reality of it is the jury form is quite complicated. There are ten separate counts. Each of those counts has underlying crimes that the jury must decide whether the prosecution proved or did not prove and so just going through the facts of the case and deliberating together could take some time. Yeah. You think so talking about I'll chop oh there, and they've got the Jerry's got everything they've got to go through everything. But I I would wanna be on that jury. There's no way I would want to be on that jury because first of all think about all that you've heard you like say what you looking over at this guy. And you're seeing the human side of him. Why kids and you're seeing the awful side. Of him. That he's a murderer. That he may be responsible for more deaths as far as a drug dealer and cartel member. In the history of this not not not Pablo but him after a trial that has spent several months, it's going to be up to the seven women and five men in Brooklyn federal court to decide the fate of the world's most notorious drug Lord, there is no bigger criminal in modern times. DEA agents have told me then Joaquin Guzman just based on the sheer number of deaths. They attribute to the drugs that he said to have wanted the country with Pablo Escobar the things that he did the fear that he instilled and the battery had with the Colombian government. Was legendary he's the gold star. But this guy for the amount of drugs that killed. He he makes Pablo look like a, you know, like he's like an amateur. So I wouldn't want to be anywhere near this any. No, no now, do I think he's going to get, you know, acquitted. Right. I don't think he's gonna quitted. But the reality is. Would it be the craziest thing I would have to say to me if he was acquitted? I don't care what you say about Trump being president. I don't care what you say about ninety percent of this of ham being acquitted would be the craziest thing and you'll be like. Somebody had to be bought somebody had to be three two.
Jury begins deliberations in El Chapo trial
"Washington. The jury resumes deliberations tomorrow in the US trial of Mexican drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. During the eleven week trial. Fifty-six witnesses gave over two hundred hours of testimony, the seven women and five men of the jury are now going over at all to see what if any of the ten counts against Joaquin Guzman, did the US attorney prove they heard from members of the Loa drug cartel describing how El Chapo interrogated kidnapped rivals had them, tortured and executed and sometimes carried out the
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"There could be jurors who are scared. They're kept anonymous for their safety, and they may feel like internally, they don't wanna be responsible for convicting someone that they've just heard the last three months is is so brutal. The reality of it is the the jury forum is quite complicated. There are ten separate counts. Each of those counts has underlying crimes that the jury must decide whether the prosecution proved or did not prove and so just going through the facts of the case and deliberating together could take some time. Yeah. You think so talking about El Chapo there? And they've got the jury got everything they've got to go through everything. But I would want to be on that, Jerry. There's no way I would want to be on that, Jerry. Because first of all think about all that you've heard you like say. Are you looking over at this guy? And you're seeing the human side of him why he had kids and you're seeing the awful side of him. That he's a murderer. That he may be responsible for more deaths as far as a drug dealer and cartel member. In the history of this not not not Pablo but him after trial that has been several months. It's going to be up to the seven women and five men in Brooklyn federal court to decide the fate of the world's most notorious drug Lord, there is no bigger criminal in modern times. A d- agents have told me then Joaquin Guzman just based on the sheer number of deaths. They attribute to the drugs that he said to a lot of the country with. Yeah. Like Pablo Escobar the things that he did the fear that he instilled in the battery had with the Colombian government. Was legendary he's the gold star. But this guy for the amount of drugs that killed. He he makes Pablo looked like a, you know, like he's like an amateur. So I wouldn't want to be anywhere near this any. No, no, no, no, do I think he's gonna get. You know, acquitted of this. Right. I don't think he's going to quit. But the reality is. Would it be the craziest thing I would have to say to me if he was acquitted? I don't care what you say about Trump being president. I don't care what you say about ninety percent of this of him being acquitted would be the craziest thing and you'll be like. Somebody had to be bought somebody had to be three two.
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelley. I'm Ari Shapiro. Every Monday morning for the past eleven weeks. Police have shut down New York's Brooklyn Bridge, then a convoy of law enforcement vehicles has sped from federal prison in Manhattan across the empty bridge to the US courthouse in Brooklyn. That's where the primary passenger of that convoy is on trial Joaquin Guzman known as El Chapo believed to be the head of Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel. NPR's? Quil Lawrence is covering the trial and joins us now will Tyree. What happened in court today? Well, it started off with a long sidebar where the judge was supposed to start instructing the jury on on their deliberations. But instead he had a long chat with the with the attorneys on both sides. And it seems that this was to do with the salacious charges that came out that were unsealed on Friday night charges that the jury hasn't seen, but that we're in court documents alleging that walk. Chapo Guzman participated in the rape of many young girls. Some as young as thirteen years old while he was hiding out in in Mexico. So the jury hadn't seen this. The judge wanted to know rather, though, probably the defense attorney wanted to know if some of the jurors had gone home and maybe seen some of the headlines over the weekend. It seems that they didn't they didn't dismiss any the jurors. And then they were almost three hours of instructing the jury about the charges. We have been hearing about this man in this trial for so long reminded us big picture what the accusation is here. Whether there ten counts and most of them are very Asians on. Distributing cocaine manufacturing cocaine international distribution of cocaine, but there's also charges of money laundering using firearms while committing these other charges, and then there's the kingpin statute, which is continuing criminal enterprise. And that's the big one that includes really all the other charges. It includes a couple dozen murder conspiracies endless counts of volumes. Just kilograms. This many kilograms of of methamphetamine this many kilograms of heroin this many kilograms of cocaine it's a very long list, and it could carry life in prison. The kingpin statute sort of says, it all you've been reporting on the sort of imbalanced presentation of witnesses and testimony from the prosecution versus the defense or the defense didn't seem to put up much. It's always a guessing game. How long a jury will take to reach a verdict, but what's your sense here? Yeah. I mean, that's really all we have to go on the defense case only lasted thirty minutes. The prosecution lasted more than thirty days and Guzman. And is infamous he's notorious he escaped from Mexican prison. Twice once tunnel built under his cell with a railroad in its specially fitted to motorcycle he's already on a net flicks documentary about next x drama rather about narcos. So it's fair to say the case against him was pretty strong included wiretaps, but the jury has to be unanimous. So it just takes one juror having a reasonable doubt as the judge was instructing them on each case on each charged today, and that could hold it up today. We we know they asked a couple of questions apparently about the charge of using a firearm, and then they asked to go home at their usual time. So does that mean they're close to a verdict? You can ask me again tomorrow. If you like are there extraordinary conditions that the jury is being held under. I'm thinking with all the security that must be risks of of bribes or threats are what can you tell us about this? Yeah. So the biggest thing is that the jury is completely anonymous which the judge actually was instructing today and said put your name on the bottom. Request. And he said no a later corrected himself. Just put your juror number. Wow. They go home with federal marshals to protect them every night. And no one knows who they are where they live and in this country. Hopefully that is enough to protect them. Unlike it would be if they were back in Mexico. It's NPR's quil Lawrence speaking with us from Brooklyn. Thanks. Thanks. Sorry. The amount of student loan debt in this country has more than doubled in the last decade. It stands at one and a half trillion dollars. The Federal Reserve says that debt is making it harder for people in their twenties and thirties to my homes question is when or if things will get better NPR's Yuki Noguchi reports as a child Michael Mikhail pictured a suburban picket fence home he eventually wanted to own..
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on KCRW
"It's three twenty nine back to the world in a moment. But first headlines, I'm Steve shiitake, use the jury at the US trial of the Mexican drug Lord known as El Chapo ended its first day of deliberations without a verdict. Jurors are deciding the fate of Joaquin Guzman in his drug trafficking case there's such a resume deliberations tomorrow morning juries, her testimony lasting nearly three months about Guzman's rise to power as the head of the scene Loa cartel. Prosecutors say he is responsible for smuggling at least two hundred tons of cocaine into the United States and using violence to protect his turf south of the border. The defense claims his role has been exaggerated by cooperators who are seeking leniency in. Their own cases, who's mon- faces a life sentence. If he's convicted as President Trump gives his state of the union address tomorrow night, central and southern California. We'll have some representation in the house gallery in Washington as KCRW's Catherine Barnes reports. Now, the list of invited guests is meant to send a message when it comes to the state of the union picking your plus one is political lawmakers typically invite someone who has a personal stake in decisions made by the White House. Jimmy, Gomez the congressman from LA is bringing Sandra Diaz who worked as an undocumented housekeeper to Donald Trump at his golf club before he ran for president Senator Kamla Harris says she's bringing Camarillo resident Tricia Siri dip Vic who works as an air traffic controller alongside her husband and struggled to support their kids. During the recent government shutdown congressman salute Carbajal will bring Eric talkin. The head of the Santa Barbara food Bank, which handed out free groceries to more than four hundred unpaid and furloughed federal workers last month. KCRW's Catherine Barnes reporting from our central coast studio, a reminder, you can hear the state of the union and the Democratic Party response. Followed by NPR analysis tomorrow evening right here on KCRW starting at six o'clock three thirty one right now. Let's get an update on traffic right now..
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Northam is calling for more conversations about race. After a racist photo posted on his yearbook page was unearthed and the verdict watches on for the trial of El Chapo. We'll take you to the federal courthouse in Brooklyn after news headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. President Trump is renewing his call for a southern border wall ahead of tomorrow night's state of the union address NPR's Windsor. Johnston reports the primetime speech comes amid a bipartisan dispute over border security. The White House says Trump will use the address to deliver a message of unity and encouraged by partisanship in a divided congress. He's also expected to reiterate his case for a southern border wall. The sticking point in the latest round of budget negotiations in a series of tweets over the weekend. Trump warned that migrant caravans are making their way toward the US. He also said Republicans must be prepared to do whatever is necessary for strong border security, the Trump administration and congressional Democrats remain far apart on funding for a border wall. And there's no indication that a compromise will be. Reached by next Friday's deadline Windsor, Johnston NPR news, Washington. Jurors at the trial of accused Mexican drug Lord known as El Chapo had begun their deliberations. The case against Joaquin Guzman beginning today after nearly three months of testimony in the case that focused on his rise to power as alleged head of the Senate Loa cartel. Prosecutors contend he's responsible through the cartel for bringing at least two hundred thousand tons of cocaine to the US using violence in order to protect your turf that offense however, contends the claims against him more exaggerated trial against the sixty one year old goose man has been conducted under extremely tight security. The speaker of the Virginia state house. Kirk Cox says he's hesitant to force him battle governor. Ralph Northam to step down north MS under fire for racist medical school yearbook photo that surfaced late last week from member station. W C Whitney Evans has the story. Republican House speaker Kirk Cox said during a Monday morning press conference democrat Ralph northern has lost the confidence of the people in the. Ability to govern the Cox said he's not prepared to coerce his removal impeachment. That's very high standard. And so I think that's why we've called for the resignation. We have that's what the governor. Does. I think that would obviously be less pain for everyone nor them who took office one year ago has so far rejected widespread calls for his resignation. If he does step aside, Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and African American would take his place. This comes as Virginia lawmakers work on the annual budget for NPR news. I'm Whitney Evans in Richmond automaker. 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I'm Jamie Floyd a leading critic of the multibillion dollar deal for Amazon's plan to build a new campus in queens has been nominated to serve on a state board with the power to reject the project state Senate majority leader Andrea Stewart cousins has recommended queens Senator Michael to serve on the five member public authorities control board each member of little known board would have the authority to block billions of dollars and tax credits and direct subsidies generis has called the idea of giving big subsidies to accompany as wealthy as Amazon offensive governor Cuomo who helped negotiate the project could still reject g analysis nomination. The boy scouts of America is now accepting girls of all ages into its team scouting program giving them a chance to earn. The rank of eagle scout that changed went into effect on Friday. A caller to the Brian Lehrer show today named Sarah said she's already switched her daughters from girl scouts to the new program called scouts BSA. We wanted to do more outdoor activities life skills. You know, public speaking things that that are not inherently masculine or feminine scouts aged eleven Rover will be segregated by gender in separate troops in October. All cub scout troops, again, accepting younger girls or making them coed. The boy scouts board of directors made the change last year amid sexual abuse lawsuits and declining membership, and whether you're trying to get a close up of central park's Mandarin Docker, you're trying to get a good shot of the skyline. City officials say going out on the ice is not the way to do it parse Commissioner Mitchell silver says. Today's warm weather has drawn a lot more visitors to New York City's parks, and there are still some ice on lakes ponds. It is never safe to walk on it. I want all of you to visit our parks and to be smart don't risk your life, even for a selfie walking on the ice is very dangerous. And there have been dozens of reports of people doing it over the last few days. Currently, it's sixty degrees. The ice is going to be melting in central park. Support for NPR comes from Hiscox selling business insurance tailored to fifth needs of each small business, quotes and information on insurance. Policies are available at Hiscox dot com. His Cox business insurance experts. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Ari Shapiro. President Trump will deliver his second state of the union address tomorrow night in the house chamber the event had been scheduled for a week ago. But then the partial government shutdown happened as NPR's Tamara Keith reports the fight over the border wall that was at the heart of that shutdown still looms large for the record setting thirty five days of the partial government shutdown. There was really just one thing on President Trump's agenda. We're gonna have a wall we need a wall building the new building the wall right now as we speak. We had a wall. We wouldn't have any problem. Roles are not immoral nothing. Like a wall. The wall dominated all else. Even in Iraq to greet the troops the day after Christmas. President Trump brought up the wall and border security for days on end all alone at the White House says he put it Trump had no meetings are public events on his schedule. There were no new policy rollouts. No theme weeks. The wall is actually a wall against getting anything else done at this point. I mean, it's literally a legislative wall. Ron Bongino is a Republican strategist who has worked with the Trump administration. And while the wall and shutdown have been nearly all consuming for Trump. He points out it temporarily stymied, the am bishops agenda of House Democrats to the president's state of the union address comes at an unsettled time politically with the clock ticking down for Trump and congress to reach a deal on border security funding, and it gives Trump a big moment on the national stage to make his pitch. But for what von gene says, he expects Trump to throw down the gauntlet on the wall to prove that even if he lost round one he doesn't intend to lose round to he has to demand funding for his wall. I mean, it would be malpractice for him not to at the same time Americans wanting here much more than they wanna hear solutions to help. Healthcare to infrastructure to data privacy foreign policy, you name it. These are the sorts of things. President Trump talked about in the press conference. He held the day after the midterms. Hopefully, we can all work together next year to continue delivering for the American people, including on economic growth infrastructure trade lowering the cost of prescription drugs. These are some of the things that the Democrats do wanna work on White House. Advisers say these potentially bipartisan items will make an appearance in Trump's state of the union. But in the midst of all this partisan rancor can President Trump actually walk into the house chamber stand right in front of speaker Nancy Pelosi and act as if this is a normal address in a normal time. Another president twenty years ago did just that caused the hard work and high purpose of the American people. These are good times for America in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight President Clinton state of the union, simply ignored the Monica Lewinsky. Ski scandal swirling around his presidency says Russell Riley with the Miller center at the university of Virginia by his speaking skills in his personality. He was able to go in and change the tone of the debate. There are a lot of people within the Clinton White House the belt that that saved his presidency. It's not the same situation. But Riley says this speech does present an opportunity for Trump really to kind of reset his presidency if he chooses to do it. He may not he may find that this is an opportunity to go in and to aggravate emotions over the border wall. Or he could do what almost every other president has done in these addresses and talk about finding common ground a strategic thinking White House operation if it were effectively working for the president would convince them that is better at this point to go in and start prime to get some some wins on the board. Looking ahead to to his re election season. It may be too late and too toxic for bipartisan cooperation, many of the president's allies are convinced Democrats are unwilling to give him a victory on anything large or small just because Trump is Trump and Trump is so focused on keeping his base with him. He may have a hard time. Compromising with them tamra. Keith NPR news. We're going to stay with politics and talk next with Tom Perez who chairs the Democratic National Committee welcomed all things considered pleasure to be with you. So I wanna get to your thoughts on the state of the union, but I want I to get your take on the controversy that everybody's talking about surrounding Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam and the photo and has med school yearbook showing two men one in black face one in a KKK rope for starters. Do you believe him? When he now says this wasn't him in the picture. I think that issue is really beside the point at this moment his past actions. I think are frankly antithetical to everything the Democratic Party is stood for and he has lost the trust and confidence of the voters and Abe Lincoln once said public sentiment is everything with public sentiment. Nothing can fail without it. Nothing. Can succeed you're talking. Whatever comes to wait with this photo. He has since confirmed he appeared in blackface. But he yes. And. And I have respect for governor north he served the military. He did a lot in the course of his career. But he also was involved in conduct that we simply can't tolerate his democrat party. And we believe that our diversity is our greatest strength, and one thing we have done as Democrats is we have not hesitated to hold accountable people who violate our values, whether they're Republicans or Democrats, and that's a big difference between us and the Republican party. And I hope he will do the right thing and resign soon. He does not seem inclined to do. So walk me through how this plays out. Is there a mechanism to push him? If he doesn't want to go. Well, I think he's going to resign. I think he's going to look around and ask the question. What is in the best interest of the Commonwealth of Virginia? There's only one answer to that question. And that is he needs to resign. Let me turn you to the state of the union. The White House says this is going to be a unifying speech, a put aside, our differences speech. What are you listening for? Well, if history is a guide, this will be a speech distraction and division because that has been the story of Donald Trump from the time he started running for president and every day that he has governed. That's what I expect to see tomorrow more distraction and more division than meanwhile, the Democrats are going to continue to fight for the things that helped us make historic gains in the November election. We're we're getting ready to work on that speak to that reporting temperatures that we just heard from tamra Keith. And this point that the president and his allies think Democrats are gonna fight him. No matter what he comes out and says Democrats are going to fight for a minimum wage that's fair. And if Donald Trump wants to join us in that, we welcome that effort, we believe that comprehensive immigration reform is essential. Donald trump. Should join us in that effort from time to time. He says. The dreamers should get protection. And then he changes his mind. And so we're happy to work with Donald Trump to make sure that we guarantee protection for people with preexisting conditions. He used to talk about that. But now he's doing just the opposite. But when you when you say, you prepared to work with them just take his signature issue which were expecting to hear about in the state of the union immigration and the border where Democrats prepared to budge in order to work with him. Well, when you manufacture a crisis, and then you hold a million workers hostage by shutting down the federal government for the longest period in American history. That was an insult to workers across this country. And it put so many people in harm's way. And I guess what I'm driving at is in the interest of not shutting down the government again, which nobody seems to want. There has to be compromise rate, which means that everybody gives a little or no. Absolutely. And in here and the compromise should be. Let's let's understand what our values are. We all want border security. For instance, we want smart border security, smart, border security means investing in technology. So that we can better get at the bad guys. It means understanding that almost two-thirds of the people in this country who are undocumented came through airports, not at the border. This wall is a trophy. It's not something designed to keep people safe. He made a political promise in a campaign, and that is his problem. It was an ill advised political promise, we should be building bridges of opportunity across this country..
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on WTVN
"Into tomorrow, fate of alleged Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin Guzman. You might have heard his nickname, El Chapo, it is now in the hands of a jury in Brooklyn. The jury don't know him they earned a cloak. They're expected to begin deliberations today they've already heard eleven weeks of testimony Guzman he's charged with smuggling tons of cocaine into our country. Hundreds of protesters storming a federal jail in Brooklyn. Sixteen hundred inmates had been locked up in freezing dark cells through extreme cold weather since the middle of last week an electrical fire knocking out most of the power in the metro detention center as of last Wednesday backup generators down as well. Federal officials who run the jail reportedly refused emergency assistance from the city of New York. Protesters who included some family members of inmates began gathering over the weekend. The mother of one in mitt inmate led a brief attempt to storm the jail but police pepper sprayed the crowd late last night jail officials said power had been restored and they were working to restore normal operations. So pretty crazy stuff there. One other one before traffic and weather. Did you hear this out in Denver? You know in Colorado, recreational marijuana is okeydoke, right? Advocates of psychedelic drugs. Have now gotten approval for a ballot initiative. They say would decriminalize use of magic mushrooms in the city of Denver. Now it doesn't legalize sale but the Denver mushroom decriminalization initiative. Does have enough signatures looks like it's going to be on the may seventh ballot. So you can smoke Dube. And maybe now magic mushrooms in the mile high city..
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of protesters and family members communicate to the inmate Rome megaphone and loudspeakers dozens of them rushed inside Sunday in the repelled the Tucker spray Murchison was one of them. She came to check on her son and says she can't believe power has been out for over a week. How was that? We live in a third world country elected officials are calling for a federal investigation into conditions at the jail. A jury set to begin deliberations at the US drug trafficking trial of the Mexican alleged drug Lord known as El Chapo, the judge is expected to give instructions to jurors today before asking them to decide the fate of Joaquin Guzman, yellow cab drivers rallied outside of governor Cuomo's New York office over the weekend saying he doesn't understand their extreme financial distress. They're protesting. The congestion surcharge that went into effect for rides in Manhattan below ninety sixth street while sing says he other drivers have been suffering financial hardship. For years and that eight drivers of committed suicide over the last year and a half. And he says the new fi will only make matters worse. I. Lose my house. I bought my property tax. Okay. I even the New York taxi workers alliance has hundreds of drivers will caravan to Albany tomorrow to ask the state to exempt yellow and green taxis. From the congestion, surcharge. The DuBois Zeo administration says the addiction rate is steadily dropping thanks in part to efforts to provide free lawyers to low income tenants in housing court city officials say the addiction rate dropped fourteen percent in two thousand eighteen social services Commissioner Steven banks says the program has helped level the playing field between some tenants and landlords. Would I I went to housing quarter was like David against the lions for the tenants without lawyers at essentially with given a slingshot. So the.
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Here. Too often for the most part, it's pretty quiet pretty safe neighborhood. I mean, I live right around the corner. And this is something we just don't hear about too often. The woman was pronounced dead. A short time later at wycoff hospital. Police have identified her as Jennifer Erik Gordon of queens. She was five months pregnant NYPD says police officers will spread throughout the city tonight, making sure bars and restaurants are safe as a big Super Bowl parties. Take place. Cornish. Officers are very much in tune with his Accu what's going on with the different stablishment, the lower Manhattan area where there's a lot of his commercials stamp, spins lounges, bars and things of that nature. We'll be checking folks making sure no one is drinking and driving. President Trump says he has a hard time possibly lending his twelve year old son, Barron play football he wanted to. Yes. Would I steer him that way? No. I wouldn't. Well, Trump called it a dangerous sport during an interview with CBS's Face the nation. He says he doesn't like reports coming out having to do with football. And injuries namely concussions says he loves to watch football on call the NFL a great product, but says he'd have a hard time if his son was playing for the organization jurors tomorrow will receive instructions from the judge in the case again walkie against Joaquin Guzman best known as an alleged drug, Lord, El Chapo, say there is no bigger criminal in the modern era than El Chapo, not Osama bin Laden, not any other terrorist. There is no one response. For more American deaths than Joaquin Guzman for the sheer number of drugs that he flooded the country with over the last several decades. That's correspondent Aaron Katersky..
'El Chapo' defense rests after calling one witness
"After the briefest of defense's closing arguments. Come today, the El Chapo drug trial. New York in the Brooklyn trial of Joaquin Guzman. The Mexican drug Lord nicknamed El Chapo, the state called fifty-six. Witnesses who told lurid tales that included a naked escape through a tunnel. Cash bribes to top Mexican officials and the torture and murder of rivals. It took eleven weeks. The defense case one witness, thirty minutes and FBI agent who testified about a twenty seventeen interview with the Guzman's supplier, the defense actively attacked the government's roster reformer Chapo confederates turned cooperators on cross examination. It's expected to lean heavily on the idea that they're lying to reduce their sentences
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"Emergency rooms already seeing an increase in cases, embracing for more in the days to come officials warning residents to not only bundle up, but the consider not going out at all until the dangerous temperatures too cold in parts of Minnesota for snowplows. They're being pulled off the roads and Lebanon counties because of mechanical problems, the gold is also affecting people trying to get around through the air flight aware says there are nearly two thousand flight cancellations and delays today negotiations beginning in earnest today on a border security and budget deal on Capitol Hill group of bipartisan negotiators will sit down together. For the first time start working on a deal to fund the government and tackle border security. Lawmakers have a February fifteen deadline to get. Something to the president. The house is expected to be out of session on Thursday and Friday. So today's talks are likely to starting points ABC's, Karen Travers at the White House. The president has just tweeted that if they are not discussing a wall, quote, they're wasting their time closing arguments. Start today in the trial of accused drug Lord Joaquin Guzman after eleven weeks of testimony from dozens of witnesses about drug smuggling corruption and murder. Federal prosecutors in the trial of notorious drug Lord known as El Chapo will begin closing arguments. The former chief of the Seneca drug cartel whose name is Joaquin Guzman did not testify those who did told the jury of how goose mon- paid bribes to Mexican leaders used electron monitoring to track wife and mistresses and escaped from authority. We Michelle Franzen Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro now says he's willing to negotiate with opposition leader one Guido. This comes up days after countries around the world, including the US. They no longer recognize Medeiros presidency..
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on KOMO
"Little as five minutes. Emergency rooms already seeing an increase in cases, embracing for more in the days to come officials warning residents to not only bundle up, but to consider not going out at all until the dangerous temperatures too cold in parts of Minnesota for snow plows. They're being pulled off the roads and eleven counties because of mechanical problems, the gold is also affecting people trying to get around through the air flight aware says there are nearly two thousand flake cancellations and delays today negotiations beginning in earnest today on a border security and budget deal on Capitol Hill. A group of bipartisan negotiators will sit down together for the first time to start working on a deal to fund the government and tackle border security. Lawmakers have a February fifteen deadline. Get something to the president. The house is expected to be out of session on Thursday and Friday. So today's talks are likely just to starting ABC's. Karen Travers at the White House. The president has just tweeted that if they are not discussing a wall, quote, they're wasting their time closing arguments. Start today in the trial of accused drug Lord Joaquin Guzman after eleven weeks of testimony from dozens of witnesses about drug smuggling corruption and murder. Federal prosecutors in the trial of notorious drug Lord known as El Chapo will begin closing arguments. The former chief of the Senate Loa drug cartel whose name is Joaquin Guzman did not testify those who did told the jury of how goose mon- paid bribes to Mexican leaders used electronic monitoring to track his wife and mistresses and escaped from authorities say cheese, Michelle Franzen Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro now says he's willing to negotiate with opposition leader one Guido. This comes FDA's after countries around the world, including the US said they no longer recognized Medeiros presidency. This is ABC news twenty four seven news here. The top local stories of the hour. From the KOMO twenty four hour news center Tyson is recalling some chicken nuggets that could contain pieces of plastic or rubber this affects the fully cooked panko nuggets they come in five pound bags. So please check your freezer for those so far. No one has been hurt. You can't even recognize the cars that were involved there so badly mangled. That's what Pierce county sheriff's detective. Ed Troyer says the C look like on Monday night after a deadly rear end, then head on crash.
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I will be answering questions for the whole show. So you're practicing. Answer's yes. But you don't even know what they're gonna ask or do. I know you don't or do. Home with dean sharp, the house whisper Sunday morning at nine on KFI AM six. Forty stimulating talk. Tim Conway Judy show. KFI AM six forty you know, they say you shouldn't try to work with family members. Or you should be very careful if only because it presents different types of obstacles, sometimes family members want to take liberties or you may expect more than they're just different levels of expectations. I don't think I could work in a subordinate superior relationship with family members. So that people can do it family businesses. Do it all the time. I don't know if I could do it. And if I were a relative of El Chapo, I know I wouldn't have done it. Now, the money probably was great, but the benefits not so much. And I know this for a fact now. During the El Chapo trial earlier this week jurors heard testimony on how the scene a law cartel leader ordered the murder of his own cousin after he called in to work sick. He just didn't come to work on one day. Murdered. By his own cousin in December twenty seven L chapels cousin one one show Koos mom told the similar lower cartel druglord that he couldn't come to work that day because he was out of town. According to testimony by sina Loa, cartel capo D'amoto Lopez Nunez, one of Joaquin Guzman. Henchman saw one show or one Guzman the cousin walking at a public park in Kuli Khan in Mexico. The same day. He said he was out of town. And someone dropped dime on him. And he ended up dead. Who the hell wants to work with with a fork with a drug kingpin under the threat of death? And if you say that you're going to be out of town, wouldn't it behoove you to actually go ahead and leave town and never come back ever. But instead you lie to the drug kingpin. So you can get a day off. And then you don't leave town. If you're going to lie and say that you're not gonna come to work. Just don't be seen. If I say that I'm not gonna come into work. The last thing I'm gonna do is be somewhere public. I'm not gonna I'm not gonna let someone see that. I'm lying about not coming to work. Not that I would ever do that here. I would never do that monitor may do that probably has done it. But I have another never done that because I'm a person of high integrity. Joey, I dunno. It could go either way. Go either way. But I have to ask Joey this because this is actually relevant to him. Your father is in this business is he not he is have you ever had to or tried to work with him or for him. Yes. I have suck. Didn't it? It was a life changing experience. It wasn't here. KFI was for another company. We had but it it totally shifted and the most ideal way. Didn't it changed the dynamic of your relationship? Yeah. You know, I can say now our relationship is definitely not the same as it was five years ago. I can't say it's all because of that maybe things change. But it's certainly not the same. Yeah. I don't I don't think I could I it was bad enough for me just to go to school where my parents were teaching. I don't know if I could work with them in a in a subordinate situation. Both of them went to Arnold elementary. My father was the band teacher there. This is in Torrance. And then I went to Kelly me or middle school. My father was the band teacher there, then I went to south towards high school. My mother was a choral music teacher there, and this was pre internet, but imagine. Going to school. And your mother knows your grades before you do or could check up on you at any time or would stop by your class to make sure you're just that acting up. Or would have a parent teacher conference every single lunch if she wanted to and that information be used against you. At any time for any reason, this is pre internet. This was pre win against now schools. They'll do a robo call. If you're not in class or something like that. Well, there's no way I could not show up to class because there's no way I could get my mother to sign a note because she would know any legitimate or illegitimate excuse as far as me not being in class. It was impossible to miss class without her knowing it. So therefore, I was never true it. Ever. I never skip class with the exception of senior ditch day and that everybody did nobody showed up on that day. It's sucked. It's probably like working for El Chapo, invests skip class. My mother probably would have killed me like, El Chapo. I'm sure of it. And I sympathize with Joey because I know that parents can be tyrants when it comes to school or a work environment. And I don't even know what happened, but I'm going to side with Joey because it had to have sucked. Definitely. But I I gotta say, man. You're sounds more like a bad dream. It was it was horrible. And I don't say that for hyperbole or effect because you have like a chaperone every single day in every single way. And I didn't go to the school in my neighborhood. I was always getting a ride to school. So I had this shadow over me all parts of the day every single day. Here's something. I bet you didn't. No, I did not go to one school dance in high school. Not one. That sucks. You know, why my mom was the freaking chaperone at the dance. Lebron for Jesus. There's too much. I'm not bitter, though. I'm over it. Now, we can tell I don't I don't think about it much. But she went to all the dances. And you never did. Yes. I don't know. She went to all of them. But I went to none of them. Not even prom. Oh, no two story though. Okay. I'm fine. You have to hold you. Richard you show better. President Trump has signed a short term deal to reopen the government or three weeks until February fifteenth I will make sure that all employees received their back pay very quickly or as soon as possible agreement does not include funding for a border wall. Trump says that over the next twenty one days, he expects both sides will operate in good faith. He says barriers must be part of a final border security plan. Former Trump campaign adviser Roger stone is paid a quarter mill to get out of jail. Stone was arrested this morning in Florida on charges of lying to congress witness tampering and obstructing investigators White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told a reporter it's insulting to ask. Whether Trump directed stones alleged crimes doesn't have anything to do with the president doesn't have anything to do with the White House. A grand jury indictment filed by Robert Muller's says stone tipped off the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen about leaks of Hillary Clinton's stolen emails, but the criminal charges are for conduct after the election stone. Has denied any connection to Russia's meddling in the two thousand sixteen campaign. He says he'll plead not guilty when he's arraigned next week in DC lawyers for a surgeon and his girl from from Newport Beach who are accused of rape claim. They can't get a fair trial rent, Robichaud and service the Riley. I've been charged with drugging and raping several women. Now, they're attorneys have filed a motion claiming when the former Orange County DA's office announced the charges. It was made to seem as if there was video evidence of more than a thousand unconscious women who could have been raped the motion goes on to say the media latched onto this info. And later it was revealed in court that prosecutors had only looked at a small fraction of the video evidence do possible privilege issues. Prosecutors say they haven't yet prepared a response to the motion at Harvard Justice center in Newport Beach corporate Carson, KFI five time Olympic gold medalist has revealed. He's battling testicular cancer. Former UC Berkeley swimmer Nathan Adrian opened up about his condition on social media saying he wants to help break, the stigma of discussing men's health issues. Adrian says he still plans to compete to make the. Team for the twenty twenty Olympics in Tokyo. Let's go to the ninety one have a work zone riverside. This is on the eastbound side.
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"And what can you say in your face miss Pelosi? You and I are on the same exact page. I love it. This was this was a breath of fresh air the sporting at right, first time caller, you're always off the buddy. Nailed it. Hi, I'm just a messenger. And it's a good message today. I really enjoyed. Thanks, Rachel, you take care. All right again. If you're just joining us, there's there's a great plan to fund the wall, and it's coming let pending legislation for MO Brooks. It's called the Chapo act and Joaquin Guzman, El Chapo, the big big big Mexican drug dealer, we've seized billions and billions of dollars from the man, and what the Republicans are doing is. They want to reserve fourteen billion sees from El Chapo for the construction project of building the wall and maintaining the wall. Period and. The obvious thing. There is how the Democrats fight that. How do they, you know? I they just can't like the last caller was inferring. You know, looking Nancy Pelosi in the I how can they look at anybody straight in the eye and say, no when they hear this plan. You know, the taxpayers are paying anything for this anything the money is is, you know? In its origination. These Mexican so it goes back to that promise of Mexico will pay for the wall. I mean, this is cut and dry so easy and it needs to be done four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight eight hundred seven seven six.
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"I'm happy to take your Email and read it and suggestions for the show all kinds of stuff. And then thank you on the local stations, W C, and Casey, and you and all the stations at curious. I really love love you. Thanks and all the online places that curious. Thank you. Read style red-state talkradio love it. What a what a great thing. So what a great thing to be an American right now be able to do this. So I'm always grateful for that. So you were talking of you mentioned something about El Chapo? I what happened. It's an interesting story. He's being tried for his drug crimes. So a former aide of his close personal aide. Of El Chapo in his testimony the other day after three days on the stands. This personal aide to Joaquin Guzman said that one time walking I'll chop paid a one hundred million dollar bribe to former Mexican president Bainian yet though. To overlook the drugs coming through Mexico. Stunning. Testimony, of course, denied denied by El Chapo and denied by president pain yet though. Oh, okay. Okay. And you know, Joaquin Guzman is Dell chop MOS name Guzman. Yeah. The president NATO's former chief of staff denied the allegation day for the president denied it emphatically. His name is Francis. Go-goes now saying there's. But it's interesting while there's so many. Kind of corruption possible, right? So I found that very interesting. Yeah. Somebody goes man's. Smith..
"joaquin guzman" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"John and Ken show. John kobylt and Ken chiampou KFI AM six forty nine after five o'clock, whether you like it or not Gavin Newsom governor announced his budget plan today and a threat to withhold gas tax money. What already we couldn't repeal the gas tax with prop six, and we knew politicians would play games. We'll play the clip of Newsome talking about this threat. And what it is about coming up next hour right after the news, John and Ken show Bali crewmen on with us again from the new York Daily News covering in Brooklyn, the trial of El Chapo Joaquin Guzman the Mexican drug cartel kingpin. Yes. And Ola drug cartel and today's installment concerns in part, Guzman's IT guy. Yeah. Christian Rodrigues's tech guys been up on the stand. Let's find out Molly. How are you? Hey, guys. How're you doing good? What's what was today's story? So yes, indeed chapters IT guy in rhetoric is finished understand. And we heard more from Hannah they chapters neurotic obsession with spying on people's Rodriguez told us this morning chapel. When it access to the coal logs and texts of every single person living in the state of sin. Aloha and Furthermore, he asked him to install spyware in every single internet. Cafe in Culiacan, which regards admitted was outside his skill sash. He this morning. He also dealt a little bit more into chapel is surprisingly, calm state of mind during his last few days in hiding years in hiding, and he tells us about being with him one time during two thousand nine and open his in in the Madria and couldn't con- and they found that the army were planning to raid. The is surgery get said that he chapter when a few others were forced to flee into the mountains on and where they stayed in hiding for three days, and he's the chocolates demeanor like when face it this crazy situation was very tranquil. And the person may said that the incident map, Tim so terrified that he left Mexico and began working for the cartel remotely in Columbia. So this is when he was approached by the FBI, and they told him that he was in serious trouble. And that he was going to be extradited to the United States. So he agreed to become an informant and by this the same day that they actually approached him. He had started the process going into the servers data and calls and texts to pass onto the agents, and then not long after he installed. Recording software inside the search. Ever which would automatically sent the FBI data every day at midnight. Cannot be underestimated again, how integral the role Rodriguez played and chaplains take that you know, the we heard from earlier this week said that they simply could not have broken the encryption without his help. And as a result of this. He's never face charges for his role in the cartel, which was massive. And he's even eligible for a five million dollar reward for his cooperation in the investigation and also leading authorities to Jorges Puentes that he insulted the tracking device. So this guy switches sides, and he could win a half a million dollars. I five billion dollars. Excuse me. You could win five million dollars, and you can imagine that was kind of. That's what the defense kept sticking to you know, they didn't spend too long with him on cross examination and Eduardo. Tried his best to attack the credibility of an entirely credible witness and direct Rodrigez admitted he'd suffered some pretty bad mental health issues and chapels attorney was asking him, whether it was possible that you know, he's break time. I defected his ability to remember events. He didn't really have a lot to work with to the five million dollars. Just kept coming up today. It was like, you know, you, you know, you've been involved in criminal activity since you were a teenager, and you might get five million dollar reward out of this. And he also testified that he received four hundred and eighty thousand dollars from the US government during the seven years he was cooperating, and which he said when towards expenses and compensation and the carrying this time he was also receiving payment from chapel. And so this guy didn't didn't get a bad deal. He's never even face charges. He's evidence is not just stories. He may have told it's allowing access to the server exactly that which is all the evidence all the drug cartel business. It's it's it's unbelievable. Squad of evidence. They had two hundred phone calls which happens waste on them. And he said today that you know, rather than just passing on the recordings to the FBI. He was actually aiding than he was listening to the calls. And he was identifying Chapo identifying all the main players. So without hand this really kind of seal was fate this week. I mean, when we make fools paranoid is El Chapo was and repeatedly we've heard that throughout the trial. He had no idea. This was going on for years that every single thing he said was recorded one way or the other all this business online was being monitored. Yeah. He had no idea. And I mean, it's it's it's so ironic, I guess because a lot of the coals that the listening to came from the spyware which chapel had installed. So it just added a whole new kind of element. But yeah, he he didn't know. But he said today that he was tapping into Alexey Fontaine's calls Aleksey days. Too fast forward. A bit is the P took the stand late in the afternoon. He's fine taste brother who was one of the first to testify and they run the cartel done in Columbia. They were suppliers cartel. But Rodrigez said today that he was listening in on a coal of as and heard him say to his his own mother. You know, we know that Rodriguez is cooperating with the facts these confirmed one hundred percent, but this was a couple years. You know, it was it was a couple of years into it. And then even after the FBI still hot, and this kind of shot and servers that they were still able to listen in on everything even after Chapo and the days. That's the kind of paranoid. But he's not in this case. It's not a very bright. Yeah. Right. Yeah. I mean, he should have torn out all the old systems and installed something entirely new, right? Right. Right. Right. Yeah. It's it's truly unbelievable. You know? He's just chaplain was just sitting there with this Sunday's. He kind of you know, he he doesn't always look that serious say he'll laugh in court if their jokes made he looks every case says but retreat as he did not take his eyes off him. And did this is this is the guy that's really gonna take him. Dan. I think which is remarkable because he's so young. He's thirty two now when all this was going on. He was in his early twenties millennial kind of whiz kid, and and we've heard from, you know, murderers, drug lords, we've heard from Chapuis closest associates know, family members. And and you know after everything that's going to take him down a side question. Where are they keep these people these important witnesses? They must be. Under some protection. Right. Right. Right. Yes. So there there's squirted to and from the courthouse by an US marshals, and nobody is allowed in the hallway when they bring the witness in. So if anybody's coming up in the elevator is there, they have to wait in the whole while they're broke until we have no idea. But like the Jerry they're escorted to in front the court marshals, and I'm sure he's I'm sure he's in a hotel somewhere in Manhattan, if it was my guess, and we also heard this afternoon from Alexey days, and who I just mentioned so again. Yeah, his brother Jorges is one of the first cooperators. We didn't hear too much. Maybe took this time pretty late in the day. But we're expecting some good testimony. And when he he kind of joked when he came into the room that when he had twenty Chapo, he said, it was the first time you've ever seen him in a sous, and they they ran their own cartel Dan in Columbia, but he became more intimately involved with the enterprise about a year or so into doing business, and he actually lived with Chapo for a while and for for nearly two years, and so he described himself as chaplains left and right hand mind. He would. He organiz purchasing cocaine from Ecuador and Colombia ascending money to Bolivia and Panama, and and then helping all sorts of like anything the chaplain needed. He was arrested on charges of international drug-trafficking twenty thirteen and extradited in two thousand sixteen and like most of the informants. We for me is facing ten years to live in is hoping to get a visa, and so he can stay in the United States. And he actually said it was his older brother who convinced him to flip on chapel during a phone. Call from prison in two thousand fourteen and he said Jorges Jim confessed to the Americans the way he confessed to God. And said that if he ended up going to trial that his own brother. He's an ugly differs prison to testify against you. And that was when he decided to start to start sharing information. So we're expecting him through Tuesday. Yes. We appreciate it. Thank you. Molly, Craig Newman, new York Daily News on the Chapo trial. John and Ken show KFI. Michael Shapiro has this Santa Ana police say that they've arrested a man for a violent sexual assault at a woman at a bus. Stop woman in her fifties. Those attacks Saturday the guy took off at a bus pulled up, but he was caught on camera running away. Police say the man was arrested today he left working Irvine. A woman's been arrested in Monterey for luring.
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"Levinson reports. Federal judge Brian Cogan admonished chop defense team to stick to the facts, the reprimand came after an opening statement in which attorney Jeffrey Lichtman claimed Joaquin Guzman wasn't the leader of the Sinoloa drug may on Brexit. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute leadership is about taking the right decisions. Not the easy one. British Prime Minister Theresa may says she believes with every fiber in her being the deal. Her government. Struck two separate with the European Union was the right one two cabinet ministers have resigned in twenty four hours since the government back the deal. Cool weather helped fire crews gained ground on northern California. Biggest wildfire the deadliest in the nation in a century as the search went on for more bodies. At least fifty six people have died in New York Caesar say on the Florida man accused of sending pipebombs two prominent critics of President Trump pleaded not guilty to charges carrying a potential mandatory life prison. Sentence. Roy Clark has died. Right. Clark was the co host of the long run TV show hee-haw he was a country singer as well with hits like yesterday when I was young and honeymoon feeling ROY Clark died in Oklahoma. He was eighty
Jury chosen for U.S. trial of Mexico's 'El Chapo'
"In. Brooklyn. Jury selection is finished for the trial of reputed, international drug, gang, boss, Joaquin Guzman, better known as El Chapo, it took three days to seat a jury in a trial shrouded in extreme security measures Joaquin Guzman is waiting to find out if the judge will allow him to hug his wife. A former beauty Queen before the trial begins. The man known as El Chapo has been kept in solitary confinement under extreme security measures. And he's had limited contact with very few people since being extradited to the US for Mexico. He's been linked to dozens of murders and is allegedly responsible for trafficking two hundred tons of cocaine and other drugs into the United States all personal information about the jurors is being kept confidential. The jury is made up of five men and seven women some of whom are Spanish speaking immigrants. They're being protected by federal marshals during the trial. Steve
Jurors picked in trial of notorious accused drug lord "El Chapo"
"Drug Lord attorneys picked a jury of seven women and five men to hear the case against Joaquin Guzman. The reputed Mexican drug Lord known by the nickname El Chapo, opening statements are scheduled for Tuesday. Guzman has a history of jury tampering in Mexico. So jurors are being kept anonymous and we'll travel under tight security one juror wept. When she learned she was chosen saying she feared the attention. She'd get if the news got out the judge was persuaded by a defense lawyer to keep her on the panel. Jeffrey Lichtman argued that if jurors thought they could cry their way off the case, others might try it. Warren Levinson, New York in other news
El Chapo, Joaquin Guzman And US discussed on Mike Slater
"This morning. The trial of the notorious Mexican crime, boss, El Chapo, got underway today in New York, El Chapo, whose real name is Joaquin Guzman extradited to the US last year to face drug conspiracy charges the trials first order of business will be jury selection. The judge has already said the jurors will
Reputation precedes 'El Chapo' as US trial approaches
"Washington the deadly reputation of the Mexican drug Lord known as El Chapo has sparked security concerns at his upcoming U S trial American. Prosecutors have accused Joaquin Guzman of overseeing a multibillion dollar drug operation and a ruthless campaign of murders and kidnappings of his rivals. The man called El Chapo is also known for twice escaping jail in Mexico that criminal pedigree has prompted authorities to keep him in solitary confinement at New York City jail and for the trial security measures at the Brooklyn courthouse will include patrols. By heavily armed federal agents trial is set to begin Monday with jury selection. Opening statements expected
3 picketers hit by vehicle during UC strike near UCLA
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The family separation crisis at the US border
"Now let's go to the us for several weeks now there's been a zero tolerance policy against people crossing the southern border illegally now this is led to families being separated with children being sent to their own what's called tender age shelters while the adults go into detention after cross party outrage at audio and video which showed the distress caused to the children and after initially defending the policy stoutly president trump has you turned in the interpretation of many observers he signed an executive order to keep families together in detention that's still going to be detained he was talking both about his own compassion as a motivator for the decision but also his determination to carry on protecting the country's borders we have to have strong borders totally strong we can't put up with the nonsense at the same time we're doing it with compassion and i signed an executive order keeping families together because i think that's probably a very important thing to be doing and i also think that it's the right thing to do but we have it let up we're very very powerful at the border we're going to need the wall has to be built we gotta stop the drugs from pouring in we have to stop people from coming in if they're not authorized to come in if they don't go through the process well the new decision couldn't come amendment to send for some officials such as new york city mayor bill de blasio he told a news conference in harlem how hundreds of children have been affected in his state in the last two months his family separation policy has affected thousands of children of two hundred and thirty nine of them are right here right now and this is just one of the centers in new york city the folks here told us that since the program began over three hundred fifty children have been here all because of the family separation policy of the trump administration these children are across a whole range of ages the youngest to come here they told us was nine months old so we're talking about children some cases literally we can't even communicate have no idea what's happening to them no ability to be in touch with their families and there were seventy pitches across social media this morning hundreds of protesters gathering guardia airport on the east coast of america in new york state over nights because they got word of the fact that these children were arriving in america is the end of a journey there begins in central america for many over that southern border is mexico which itself provided more than half of all unauthorized immigrants living in the us in two thousand fourteen so what is the reaction from mexico i've been catching up with our colleague khalil who is in the united states southern neighbor i am in culiacan and it's the capture of cinema st clair this is the home of these cylinder walk cartel drug cartel headed by l chapel or joaquin guzman this is one of the most powerful cartels in the region and basically this city is the epitome of what life could be like under organized crime violence and poverty they've been the settings of so many stories here so it's not surprising to hear that a large number of those crossing the border into the united states are from mexico despite of course the harsh measures by the trump administration many here have been watching with shock and outrage the images of young children being separated from their families and now despite the decision being reversed by president trump people are still angry on one hand of course they want their government to stand up to the united states and defend those people but also they're still calling the trump administration's measures as inhumane listen to fifteen year old natalia candlemas she gave me hurry action to what's been happening the fact that people children i've been taking the poor from the families and we don't know what's going to happen to their we don't know if they're ever going to see their parents again and it breaks my heart see and this is something that i was told by the president of the united states legally they're doing that not because they have accused of.