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NYPD Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell Speaks on Subway Shooter
"All right here comes the commissioner Here we go And a hatchet Also found is a liquid we believe to be gasoline and a bag containing consumer grade fireworks and a hobby fuse About an hour ago detectives located a U haul van in Brooklyn that we believe is connected to the suspect At this time we still do not know the suspect's motivation Clearly this individual boarded the train and was intent on violence We are conducting a highly coordinated investigation that includes NYPD detectives The FBI NYPD joint terrorism task force and the ATF who have been instrumental in tracing the firearm and ballistics The suspect is a dark skinned male and was wearing a neon orange vest and a gray colored sweatshirt We do have a person of interest in this investigation But we need the public assistance with additional information We're asking anyone with information to call crime stoppers at 805 7 7 tips We know this incident is of grave concern to New Yorkers We can not lose sight of victims in this city We will use every resource we can to bring those to justice who continue to prey on the citizens of New York
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on WTOP
"DTP dot com And of course on the TOP app turning to the latest now on COVID this morning 75.6 million U.S. coronavirus cases have been reported to date Worldwide the death toll stands at 5.7 million of that number 894.2 thousand are considered U.S. deaths Here at home Virginia's governor and his executive order making masks optional in schools stands for now but the Virginia school districts fighting it have had their day in court Kurt Arlington circuit court the way the judge sees it this isn't about who's right or wrong about masking The question involves hierarchy of authority Speaking for the 7 districts appealing the governor's order John caffrey represents Alexandria city schools In part the case has to do with structural issues about who is going to be making decisions and who is in charge of who's responsible So I think that's probably why it's important to both parties The judge is ruling is expected within a couple days in Northern Virginia Christie king There's Thursday morning the FBI says it's investigating bomb threats against more than a dozen historically black institutions as hate crimes and it has identified at least 5 people of interest in the case In a call with the Department of Homeland Security FBI officials say they've identified several people of interest in the bomb threats connected to spoofed calls from a fake number 20 FBI field offices are coordinating their investigations after the series of bomb threats targeted HBCUs across the country including Howard University UDC and Morgan state in our area In a statement the bureau's joint terrorism task force says in part quote although at this time no explosive devices have been found in any of the locations the FBI takes all threats with the utmost seriousness All the threats are being investigated as racially or ethnically motivated violent extremism and hate crimes Megan clarity WTO P news Big news in.
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on WTOP
"Schedule your free estimate today 6 11 ILD TOP new tonight the FBI says it's investigating bomb threats against more than a dozen historically black institutions as hate crimes and it has identified at least 5 people of interest or story from making clarity In a call with the Department of Homeland Security FBI officials say they've identified several people of interest in the bomb threats connected to spoofed calls from a fake number 20 FBI field offices are coordinating their investigations after the series of bomb threats targeted HBCUs across the country including Howard University UDC and Morgan state in our area In a statement the bureau's joint terrorism task force says in part quote although at this time no explosive devices have been found in any of the locations the FBI takes all threats with the utmost seriousness All the threats are being investigated as racially or ethnically motivated violent extremism and hate crimes Meghan clarity W TOP news 6 12 it was an emotional day for Baltimore as three fallen firefighters were remembered by friends family and state leaders and a memorial service Lieutenant Paul batra lieutenant Kelsey Sadler and firefighter Kenneth lacayo remember for their courage after they died when part of a vacant home collapsed while they were battling ablaze Maryland governor Larry Hogan the loss of a firefighter were first responder in the line of duty is always heartbreaking To lose three as an unimaginable tragedy During the service of the Baltimore convention center Kelsey's sister laci Marino remembered her bravery She lived it like she meant it all gas and no breaks She was always up for any task or challenge She was confident she was creative She was supportive and she loved with all of her heart Now the rebound to be a TOP news 6 12 Virginia school systems who are challenging governor Glenn junkins executive order to make masks optional have now had their day in court Let's find out more from WTO piece Christie king We had a good discussion in court John Catholic represents Alexandria city schools that's among the 7 districts fighting the governor's executive order making masks optional We'll have to wait.
No charges for passenger in LaGuardia emergency landing
"An airline passenger whose behavior aboard a flight Saturday prompted an emergency landing and evacuation at LaGuardia airport was released with no charges filed this is what it sounded like on the tarmac after everyone was evacuated from the plane the man was now laying spread eagle on the ground emergency personnel telling everyone to get back according to the Port Authority which operates LaGuardia a joint investigation with the FBI and the joint terrorism task force concluded no criminal charges were warranted according to WABC Port Authority police say a misunderstanding that led to the incident Julie Walker New York
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"It comes to the border though. There's a lot of challenges and a lot of opportunity there but Just for your listeners. Let me give you a little bit perspective of where we are in relation in your state and to the canadian border mine So buffalo is in the northwest corner of new york state. While new york city is in the southeast corner. Approximately three hundred seventy eight miles away and the new york office based out of new york city covers that i can see canada from my office and the closest crossing of the four bridges that we have appear is approximately two miles away. Toronto a major metropolitan area is about ninety eight miles away. We are the busiest northern public crossing in the second busiest commercial crossing pre pandemic. we also have niagara falls here. Which is a natural wonder that brings a lot of tourists to the area from all over the world and we actually have a lot of people who fly into toronto internationally and then cross into the united states so all those factors make some of the work incredibly challenging however it provides additional opportunities as well because we're constantly coordinating with our partners and we have a great relationship with our customs and border protection. We actually have members from customs and border protection on our joint terrorism task force. We also have new york state troopers task force that helps alleviate some of that burden and we can coordinate with him on a daily basis in their leadership is also great to work with on a regular basis. Additionally canada's a member of the five is like i mentioned earlier and they're also great to work with now. They also have a multitude of local and national law enforcement agencies that we'd have to coordinate with so oftentimes what we're doing is coordinating with our legal. Attache up an ottawa. Who has a direct conduit to those agencies and ultimately a new york office. Based on your city. Ashley has tara extraterritorial Responsibility in canada. So we're constantly coordinating with them as well so really. It's not just us. Handling the border situation. It is a culmination of all. These groups coordinating on a regular basis to ensure that we're protecting the american people from potential threats that are coming in going across the bridge that we have appear as well as the waterway for lake. Erie yeah on an earlier episode. We talked about the fbi abroad and specifically the legal attache program where we learned that. The bureau has agents in personnel and over sixty nations. And it sounds like with regard to the buffalo field office. You must be in almost daily contact with that b. i. Representative in canada. And tell us how often the your liaison earning with your canadian. Counterparts pretty regularly ineffective is not just me. It's usually somebody else in the office because again we have several task forces in all of them have a cross-border interest in their investigations. Now is not just. The crime occurs in buffalo and then the person is stays here the entire time they can move to another aor. They could travel across the border. I apologize issues. Said the air responsibility For the people listening in the. It's if you've met anyone from the government you know we are the bet soup. And we love our acronym so i apologize if i slip into that But anyway the are whether it's organized crime or are safe street task force whether it's a cyber issue and we have officers who are coordinating with the canadians on that or from my perspective. The joint terrorism task force are counterintelligence investigations. All of us are coordinating with our canadian partners on a regular basis as well as with customs border protection. new york state troopers league at ottawa. In the new york office one of the reasons. I'm glad we've got a an episode dedicated to to life in a field office. Is the listeners really. Need to understand that there's a local aspect to the fbi that they often don't see or understand and certainly they need to understand that in every single fbi field office including the one closest to them. There's a national security component as you discussed there's a counter intelligence squad. There's a counter terrorism squad. There's a joint. Terrorism task force people getting up out of bed every day simply trying to keep their community safe and one of those areas of concern lately is not just international terrorism but the concept in reality of violent domestic terrorism. Is that also a responsibility on your j. Ttf yes it is. It's actually responsibility of both. Jt said worker Violations on the buffalo division area it. it's really a fine line. Between the ensuring the fbi uphold the constitution and protect the american people simultaneously when working domestic terrorism investigations. Know just for people who are listening to give you a little bit of a difference between international terrorism and domestic terrorism. You know for international terrorism. You're really looking associations with foreign terrorist organizations whether an individual is providing material support their involved directly with those organizations there are three financial security because they are going to conduct an attack. You know it's very defined in a lot of ways in their such toy authority that goes along with it when we're talking about domestic terrorism. You know it really becomes a little more amorphous. Where led to do is kind of paraphrase with richard. Ray said recently which is that. We have an obligation as the f. b. i. To investigate violence in federal law not speech not belief not ideology we have several guidelines and policies that must be followed so we were able to walk that fine line to investigate those for motivated. Go on to commit violence as a means to intimidate coerce or influence political or social goals. Now what we don't have secretary. Under domestic terrorism we do have a combination of factors that we typically look at To provide you with an example of how we can delineate between an events and whether it would fall into.
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"Who come together is there. Is there some deputies of them. How is it that a local police detective has now powers to make a federal arrest. How does that work. So essentially all the task force officers go through the same security process that we do for their clearances and concludes anything from their secret. Clearance to a top secret clearance if needed Depending on which task force they're going to be assigned to kind of were going to be doing on a daily basis. Now all the local state officers sworn in deputized to participate in fbi investigations outside of their normal jurisdictions their fbi task force credentials the also receive any additional equipment that they may need to carry out their daily function that includes oftentimes getting fbi vehicle The iphone in any other equipment that they made necessary to basically fulfill their job as a t. f. o. Attached to the fbi was my experience in in the bureau to see detectives and police officers really relish the assignment to fbi task force. It was often the the pinnacle of their career and a in a career objective because they got to work on such complex and sophisticated cases with additional resources. What what else is in it for a say. A county sheriff's department or a local police department. Why would they want to assign one of their officers and take a precious resource and put them on task force. So there's really a multitude of reasons and benefits for local state and federal agencies to have task force officers attached to the fbi. You know they come from a variety of agencies overall but really they all get very similar experience in that they have direct conduit to the fbi office in enhanced investigative techniques that we're able to bring to bear as well as our authorities and additional resources whether it's through the local field office or the national level from fbi headquarters. This increases the collaboration. The flow of communication inability for the task force officers to receive experiences. As you mentioned the day would benefit from in the department would also benefit from a whole. You know this can range from anything. from training. opportunities to travel around the world from gatien's and ultimately task force officer is rarely going to stay with us for the entirety of their career so at the end of their tour with us they go back to their departments and they take all that knowledge all that experience and hopefully they can then educate their own departments whether it be local or state or federal on what our capabilities are also really emphasized the importance of task forces in and why they should continue to be part of it and in terms of training or Compliance with the myriad fbi and department of justice regulations and protocols required when conducting federal investigation. Do those local officers who are part of the test. Do they have to play by. The same rules are they. Are they now following the same guidelines that that the bureau agents sitting next to them are and how does that work absolutely. I mean all the task force officers must adhere to the department of justice. Fbi policies and procedures includes everything from training requirements to learn how to write the bureau way. It's boring compared to other agencies. But we do it for consistency. Crushers dixon's so that the writing is the same between new york in arizona. California texas north dakota even hawaii and alaska so we talked about the benefit for a local or county police department. What's the f. b. Get out of having these additional resources b. b. b. besides just having extra bodies where's the where's the benefit in having this team working together so. I'm glad you asked that because there's a lot of benefits that i'm trying to justice for for your listeners. the most basic is it. It's a force multiplier resulting in a broader investigative scope in threat coverage. You know it's one stop. Shopping is what you find in task force For all investigations for instance several agencies states and localities have unique authorities and specializations. They can bring to bear on investigations and a task force officer acts as a conduit for that. For example. say that. There's a crime that occurs in the middle of buffalo. You have your buffalo. Police department is going to be ryan that however the subject lives in another jurisdiction so we would lushly get that local jurisdiction of in. Maybe the new york state troopers as well now. It turns into maybe a drug case or firearms. Case will now we can tap our task officers from you know whether it be tobacco farms and explosives or the drug enforcement agency task force officers to help coordinate the entirety of the investigation going forward and make that make sense. I'm i'm recalling in my own career. This concept of one stop. Shopping was just a beautiful thing particularly in the fight against terrorism the ability to to go to one squad and find the the customs agent who had certain authorities at the border to find secret service agent who may have had certain authorities when it came to protecting the president of the state trooper Who knew what was happening at a particular rest stop or or highway intersection and what that meant toward an investigation. It it really was a beautiful thing Tell us about your jt. F- tell us about some of the agencies represented and some of the unique challenges of working tourism in a border office. Let's not forget The buffalo fbi field office borders canada. And that brings some unique challenges as well though. You've headed the nail on the head with that one um so for our jt of up here in buffalo We have task force officers from a variety of agencies in that's local state and federal. We have members from only insecurity immigrations customs enforcement department of state customs and border protection as you mentioned earlier. Us citizenship and immigration services federal protection services and. We coordinate readily with our other partners. Who may be on the task force but are in the area and have responsibilities up here now.
Men Testifying In Hearing All Say U.S. Capitol Attack Was Premeditated
"Month. The washington post reported that three days before the insurrection and internal capital police alert warned that congress could be the target of a violent attack but according to three now resigned officials. Capitol police chief stevens. Son how sergeant. At arms polar ving senate sergeant at arms michael stagger. That warning never made it to any of the top officials who were charged with securing our capital. I actually just in the last twenty four hours. was informed by the department that they actually had received that report. It was re received by what we call. It's one of our sworn members that's assigned to the joint terrorism task force which is a task force with the fbi. They received did the evening of the fifth reviewed. It and then ford it. Over to an official at the intelligence division over at you scaffold police headquarters into you hadn't seen it yourself. No ma'am mr sanger. Did you get the report. Okay mr irving. I did not today. The post reports another warning about violent extremists calling for an assault on congress was sent to a dc police email inbox and to a member of the capitol police. The officials who testified today all agreed the one six attack was planned and that involves white supremacist and extremist groups. We plan for an increased level of violence at the capitol and that some participants may be armed what we got was a military style. Coordinated assault eyewitness insurgents beating police officers with fists pipes sticks bats metal barricades and flagpoles.
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Influence. Meantime, Biden said, any uncertainty about getting vaccinated must be addressed Head on as the health of the nation is literally at stake. Now, the latest traffic and weather together right now report of an accident as I to 75 East Close that Stay at the state route. 1 26 Blue Rock road. Otherwise, we are just seeing some construction work going on overnight, well, actually deliver report of traffic lights working incorrectly five mile road. And all five miles so to use caution there. Now ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 w L. Geology in the tri state forecast isolated snow showers alot A 29 our weekend looks like our mornings will be with just clouds and a chance of flurries. Then in the afternoon, we're looking at snow showers highs right near 35 degrees, both for our Saturday and Sunday some areas could experience a quick drop invisibility. And slick roads because of the snow showers from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning. Chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 W well, Delvin radar right now showing a cloudy sky for most of the tri state, But you're seeing some snow shower activity, mainly in The Clinton County area. Southern portions Round Martinsville Midland Further towards Cincinnati. Milford area, Amelia Batavia, your scene. Some snow showers at this hour to our current temperature is 35 degrees. Clinton County Man FAA now facing federal charges in the wake of the insurrection of the U. S Capitol, January 6 40 year old Justin, Stole of Wilmington was arrested Friday by the FBI's John Joint Terrorism Task Force. So allegedly posted several videos online saying and one that quote enemy combatants would be quote Shawn on site as he was standing outside the capital. That afternoon. Soul is charged with making interstate threats and threatening the witness after telling a woman who said she was saving his videos that she would quote meet her.
U.S. Justice Department investigating more than 170 people over Washington, DC riots
"Six days after the violent attack on the us capital law enforcement finally help the first federal press briefing about what happened. That is an acting attorney. General united states the podium or the director of the fbi not just the local guys acting us attorney the district kumble columbia and the assistant director in charge of the fbi. Washington field office to talk to the country on camera for the first time about the attempted insurrection against the us government at the capitol. And what they are doing to bring the rioters to justice. We have already opened one hundred and seventy more than one hundred seventy subject files meaning. These individuals have been identified as potential persons that committed crimes on the capitol grounds inside and outside so of those one hundred and seventy cases that have already been opened in. I anticipate that's going to grow to the hundreds in the next coming weeks we've already charged over seventy cases just yesterday. Our office organizers strikeforce of very senior national security prosecutors and public corruption prosecutors. they're only marching. Orders from me are to build seditious and charges related to the most heinous acts that occurred in the capital some encouraging actions. There is still feels like things are not quite moving that quickly given the scope and stakes of what is at issue here and more importantly the impending threat of further armed assault politicos national security correspondent in touch with virtual joins. Me now natasha. I what what did you. What was your takeaway from the briefing today. Well it was clear that the fbi first of all was trying to do some cleanup on its own behalf. So the fbi official their emphasized that the warnings that they received were in fact shared with their state and local partners so they did share them with local law enforcement officials according to official. And that was i. Think an attempt to say look. We did our part of the job and it was up to say capital. Police are the members of the joint terrorism task force in washington. Dc to kind of put together. The security measures that were necessary in order to respond to the kind of violence threats and intelligence that they were that they were receiving. So i think this was part of what we've seen in the last week as a continuation of the fbi's attempt to say we did our job. Now the rest is up to you and then with regard to the attorney's office which michael sherwin was talking about. They want to say look. We are taking this seriously with regards to pursuing further charges. But take aways obviously is. We're not seeing the fbi director on stage not seeing briefings directly from the head of the fbi and from senior officials who might indicate to the rest of the country and to potential violent rioters. Who might come back to the capital that this is something that has gone to the highest highest levels of government that will not be tolerated. And i think that that is something that is also concerning some folks tonight. I mean it's a week after it happened six days and no i mean i don't know who runs the h s. Now chad wolf gone. Lord knows who's running that place. Fbi director chris. Wray the acting attorney. General jeffrey rosen image. Just it is shocking to me shocking. Inexcusable that we have not had a briefing. It's remarkable and national security officials who have spoken to have also said. Look you know one of the reasons why we might not be. Seeing them is because they might be afraid that they could get fired. You know in the week. That's left of this administration that speaking truth about this and the reasons why it was incited the realities of why these protesters came in and the capital would force them to lose their jobs and that you know take it at face value. Which is that. The president has never accepted his own officials. Speaking the truth about and and speaking In criticizing him anyway. So i think that's part of it.
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Is CBS News on the hour. Your home for original reporting. I'm Lisa Matteo. CBS News has learned. Officials have identified a person of interest in the RV explosion that rocked downtown Nashville Christmas morning. Lieutenant Steven Rogers is a former member of the FBI's joint terrorism Task Force and others in law enforcement can conclude that this was a person who wasn't looking to destroy the lives of people. They were trying to minimize the loss of life, which leads you to believe that The target was indeed other than people other than spreading terror. Lieutenant Rogers ads inside until the location where the vehicle was parked course. The 80 anti complex was mentioned. We don't know that as a fact but Certainly leads law enforcement to believe that instead of looking to terrorize people in relation to loss of life, it was a structure or a target, particularly at that location. White House officials are remaining tight lipped about whether the president will sign off on stimulus release. All the president has been here in Florida. He says that he has been in meetings and taking calls, but they have provided no details. About who the president is talking to what they're talking about whether they're working on any kind of strategy. CBS is Paula read. Ah, grim new statistic out of the state of the West leading the nation in Corona virus cases. CBS is Michael Jordan's Angelus is already severely impacted from an after Thanksgiving, Serge There's been a four fold increase in cases, patients diet, the rate of one every 10 minutes. What we're seeing now is essentially at significant change and the demographics nearby in Riverside, Dr Steven Patterson works in the emergency room ethics. We are still seeing a great number of those individuals that are part of our vulnerable populations, the elderly those with chronic illnesses, but we're also seeing people who are in there. Twenties and thirties. Italy prepares to begin administering Corona virus vaccine Nearly 10,000 doses of fighter Cupid 19 vaccines arrived at rooms infectious Palin's on the hospital. Escorted by police vehicles as vaccinations were to start on Sunday. The first inoculations will be administered to health workers. Italy then plans to dispense the vaccines from purpose built pavilions designed by Milan architect Stefano Boy ready to be located in city centers. Across the country. Sabina Castle Franco CBS NEWS Rome Severe weather is headed to the western portion of the nation. CBS News meteorologist Jeff Barry deli big storms slamming into the West Coast another one Monday. And then another one Wednesday and Thursday, Storm number two is gonna turn into a big snowstorm for the Plain States and the Midwest. This is CBS News. Good morning and welcome to CBS this morning. Join Tony did couple Anthony Mason and Gayle King weekday.
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Services with backdoor access in order to allow them to better monitor the conversations of their citizens. They want to violate your backdoor. That's right. Said it That's government for you. Encryption is an important tool used by dissidents, journalists and privacy conscious citizens around the world and in an age of mass surveillance and strict social media censorship. Millions have started embracing the technology in the West as the rulers of the Anglo sphere. In the end, Europe continued to lose public confidence and become more repressive. The excuse being given for this effort. Cove in 19 is a spate of recent terrorist attacks. They need to use covered 19. I mean, that's why we don't need encryption. Well, what they're calling terrorist attacks. Are they actually terrorist attacks? Or are they the yellow vests? The people fighting back against the tyrant. I always find it funny when governments use terrorist attacks. It's the pot calling the they should really sing on authorize terrorist attack. Differentiate him from the terrorist attacks that governments engage in every single day. Rather than contend, with complex cultural, ethnic and immigration issues that lead to such violence mark on Kurt's in the interests they represent see an opportunity to expand their eavesdropping power over their increasingly frightened population. In recent years, laws passed by liberal governments under the guise of combatting foreign Islamic terrorism have been utilized against citizens espousing nationalist populist and dissident. Ideas as well as adversarial political factions. In the United States. The Department of Homeland Security. DHS was founded after 9 11 to combat Al Qaeda operations domestically, but it's on constitutional powers today are largely focus on going after the right wing white male. The FBI is CIA, like power granted to them in the name of counterterrorism, lowered the bar for surveillance via the secret FISA court and was used by permanent Bureaucrats to entrap and spy on members of Donald Trump's presidential campaign. It was actually the FBI joint terrorism task force that formed a political gluten squad to come after me. I always thanks guy whenever they used the term joint Terrorism Task force, I imagined a bunch of hippies. Smoking a joint. Sit around in a room going man can be terrorists and people? Yeah, only with that, but that's not what it is. It's far more frightening than that. Figures struggling with low approval ratings like Mark on, have a vested in problem. Makram Macron. Yeah, he has a vested interest in being able to spy on protest movements like the yellow vests who have largely been shut down by Facebook and forced to migrate to telegram. Interesting. So I was wondering when the yellow vests were brought up a moment ago. What happened to them? Well, they're in the news so we could get to that story. Yep. They're back. Yeah. This This doesn't go on for very welcome back yo of best guys. In pursuing these measures, Europe will be following the lead of the five Eyes Intelligence Network. That's the UK, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Canada, which last October put out a call for an international planned to end accessible encryption for ordinary citizens. What what? Isn't that convenient? They've got five eyes that I've got five fingers at each other, but I'm only gonna show him one point. I'll show him on each hand. It's directly in the center. That's what I'm talking about. In their statement last month, by the way, before you going s Oh, they're saying they want an international planned and encryption. For ordinary people. They're gonna have a tough time pulling it off in the United States. Because of that pesky freedom of speech. You know, as long as they continue to pretend to honor that, and of all of the constitutional protected so called rights, freedom of speech does tend to be the one that has the longest. You know, stick to itiveness they they have. You know, For the most part, the courts have upheld it over the years. That's what being really so we can swear on the radio. We don't have to get a license to broadcast. It's not perfect. I'm saying mostly compared to some of the other things. It's certainly more free than in other places. But I think it is a misnomer to say that we actually have it. No, no, I wasn't saying that we have it. I was just saying that compared to other purported protected rights that have been stripped away completely. This one has not been stripped away completely still kind of exists here. Yes, we are on the radio. Therefore, kind of it will be difficult for them to go to court. And say you have the freedom to write software, just not this software. Now. They did make that argument in the case of Ross Ulbricht and worse, successful putting him into prison for writing a website. So it's not to say there are not actually for writing it but for operating it, which is a different thing. I mean, if you make yourself a firearm It's different from actually using that. Well, The difference is very subtle, though. I mean, ultimately he wrote the site and he happened to operate the site, so they got him well. In their statement Last month, the Department of Justice claimed they were concerned with the proliferation of child pornography over the zaps. This rationalization rings hollow since the FBI's budget for combat in child exploitation and pornography. Has remained stagnant. Well, don't forget that the FBI actually ran a child Pornography website, which actually was the largest of the such sites according to their own bragging and proceeded to help distribute. I don't know how many hundreds of thousands of images and videos to whomever and don't forget that Epstein didn't kill himself. When Acosta Who was Trump's secretary of labor, was asked and was also the prosecutor on the return of the case for Epstein, where he got a sweetheart deal. He was asked why he gave Epstein that sweetheart deal and that the dirtbag said, Well, I was told he was attached to intelligence. And he was above my pay grade. Interestingly enough, nobody in the media said. Oh, really? Who told you that? And the powers that me continue to allocate meager resource is tete investigate even the record number of reports that they receive a child pornography here in the night, So there's people smoking weed. We have to have priority. Indeed they do 8554503733. Do you want the government? Traders you ever feel lost. You ever feel unsure of what you're gonna do next? You have trouble identifying market.
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Dorms on lock down with a two week quarantine. The move weighs heavily on some students prepping to go home for Thanksgiving break like freshmen Becca Allie, who's worried about her family, It's less stressful here only because I'm on Lee around like kids my age, but the idea possibly bring it home, Tio like my parents, who are older. Or like my grandparent's anything like that is like a scary thought. And students go home for Thanksgiving break. They won't be able to return to campus until the spring semester, finishing this semester's work online. The covert positivity rate for the state of New York has passed. The 3% benchmark policy dictates that public schools in New York City can only stay open. If the rate stays below 3% and consequences are looming. If the city can't stop the spike, Mayor de Blasio has been threatening rollback, saying We're in the middle of our last chance to stop a second wave as Dad, an island man. Under arrest for allegedly sending death threats to protesters, Politicians and law enforcement officers 54 year old Brian my Iran, one time sex offender, was arrested by members of the Joint Terrorism Task Force at his Hokum Avenue home there, they found him to be in possession of a semiautomatic Glock pistol plus magazines and additional parts for a 22 caliber gun neighbor Lawrence Flynn says. I'm surprised but It seems to be going on on a fairly regular basis on both sides of the spectrum, so I can't say I'm shocked. The FBI says that my Rana said the messages via Social media platform because he was upset in part with the results of the election. He appeared in federal court last night. The news is sponsored by unbound dot ord Right now, there are young people across the world facing a tough chili's continue their dream of education or dry about to help their family. Put food on the table. You can.
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on WJR 760
"At work, 7 $60 Jr. Where Detroit comes to talk. The alleged conspirators are extremists who undertook a plot to kidnap a sitting governor. Whenever extremists move into the realm of actually plotting or planning violent acts. Thie FBI's joint Terrorism task force stands ready to identify, disrupt and dismantle their operations. Preventing them from following through on those plans. It is a fine line, sometimes between criticism and extremism. Barry Goldwater once said Extremism in the defense of Liberty is no vice. But he was not talking about this kind of extremism and as John Lennon once so Wonderfully said If you talk about construction and destruction, you can count me out. I think all of us are alarmed and concerned today no less than the man at the other end of my line, which is in the majority leader. Mike Shirky, senator Good afternoon. Good afternoon guy. You have been kind of a flu a day here in Lansing. So forgive me for being a little feeling quitting catch in jumping on the call, and that's quite all right. First of all, can I just say thank you for your comments and the tweet that you sent out immediately after this story aired And if you'd share with my listeners your feelings about what was revealed today about this plot to kidnap the governor. Now The essence of it is this and that is that, you know, really citizens who were involved in passionate about government. They show their pass and demonstrate their passions by voting. It's only people that are terrorists that threaten to use violence. And there's just no room for that anywhere in anywhere in our country anywhere in our society, and it's just shameful and we have to resort to this kind of stuff that I'm so grateful. The law enforcement, the FBI and so forth, you know, did their collective jobs when we're able to rule this out before it became a Ah, you know, even more soon, his problem. You know these these air moments just like the attack on Steve Scalise and his colleagues these air periods of reflection. I think for all of us that are in the public square about the language that we use. Your thoughts on that about, you know, when does critical speech become inflammatory Speech and consequentially may give oxygen too twisted individuals like this. Yeah. You have a fine line there, You know, we we still owe cherish our freedom of speech in this country. But those freedoms always end at the point in which they create these kinds of scenarios and these kinds of instances and it is incumbent upon all of us to understand that There's a equal responsibility for every freedom. Just because you have freedom doesn't mean you have unfettered, unknown controlled freedom. You There's a responsibility that goes with every freedom and this is a perfect example of that. And we should also point out that today. I mean, this day was starting and I had talked to you early this morning about coming on because because the GOP leadership was undertaking the task of codifying some of Governor Whitman's executive orders into law. The beginnings of that collaboration and cooperation that the Supreme Court talked about in its ruling was beginning to start today. Today was day one. Tell me about what laws were made today. That began with executive orders. I'm proud of the work that we did the Senate today and we'll come back next Tuesday in conjunction with the house and finish up the work of the the and we have prioritized executive orders that have been in place for the last few months and identify the ones that probably should die and those that need to be further discuss, and those that need to be codified. And today, the Senate active them. Making sure that unemployment benefits were available to those that need it the most. We also gratified that you know, protecting nursing home citizens did it with a bill that Frankly, we had previously sent to the governor that she vetoed. But nonetheless you did it again, and I believe she will now ah, science and then we did a couple of small things. We re large regarding local government and so in an environment when there's a there's a declaration of emergency they can and narrow ways. I used technology to conduct conduct their business. And that's this is the beginning of a long process of, you know, working together, hopefully with the governor and to ah, kind of guy, the kind of things that provide us a direction going forward. To allow us to continue to be, you know, moving in a direction of slowly, smartly and safely opening up our become Yeah, And I kind of looked upon what you did today as an olive branch, saying, Okay, Here's here's our opening bid Governor. We want to play ball. We want to collaborate and and now it's in your court. Let's let's talk about some of these other things. One of the things that we have learned through these indictments, Senator is that at one point it was during one of those rallies on the Capitol steps where these men met to conspire. And it is sure to bring some questions about guns within the walls of the state capital building. Do you think in light of this new information? That's a discussion that we need to continue to have, and maybe changed the the existing rules. We have our speaker chapter and myself have been open to those conversations. I don't think they're necessarily tight together. Guy. You know this better than anybody else, and that is that either you can't legislate against evil, and what we're talking about. Today is evil. And if we tried to eliminate all evil with legislative action, we would guarantee one outcome on that be no freedom. And.
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"Remarkable recovery despite both being shot in the face in New York, the NYPD and the FBI are investigating bomb making materials found at the site of a fire in a home in the borough of Queens there, wass Materials found that raised some concerns that included a number of chemicals. Ah, number of packages a number of votes in manuals of that caused them to call for investigators. From the intelligence division Joint Terrorism Task Force and the bomb squad, responded. Deputy NYPD Police Commissioner John Miller says that we're no intact devices found but a suspect has been arrested. Japan has a new prime minister Yoshihide eh Sigge selected by Japan's parliament. To replace the Shinzo Abe, who resigned for health reasons. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts network. The campaign with threadbare president has experienced a bump in recent polling as unrest continues in several parts of the country political editor at the National Journal just crush our spending money in Minnesota state that Hillary Clinton won, so they wouldn't be doing that if they didn't see movement in the polls. But there wasn't a little movement back in the Republican directors subscribe and listen now by goingto fox news podcasts dot com. America is listening to Fox News. We're a nation founded on principles on freedom with leaders have changed the course of human civilization. When we.
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"FBI has been looking into violent agitators here in the Seattle area during our recent protests. I almost care accost in its reports on what federal authorities saw in this exclusive coma report Thiss image of George Floor. It's last breath marks a moment in American history that has and will change our nation. Thie outrage here in Seattle began to spill over on May 30th when a peaceful demonstration was overcome by violence, looting and arson. FBI special agent in charge Raymond do that we immediately stood up a command post here toe work. Very closely with the Seattle police Department through our joint terrorism task force to see if we could identify those individuals who were vents on violence on hijacking the feast will protest. Not to commit acts of violence that would be a potential violations of federal Lola. The FBI says. This mayhem was created by a lot of locals and people who traveled from out of state to do all this home. For these folks. Well organized short answer. Yes, there was Ah, fair amount of organisation that occurred. The FBI says all along. They've been watching closely to determine if he's violent acts are part of a larger organized movement. Arrest for this destruction have been made and more are expected. Theo FBI says threats of arson and more Top the list towards Seattle police and SPD facilities. As.
Amid protests, Trump says he will designate Antifa as terrorist organization
"There are no indications that president trump will be making some sort of national address tonight instead he has been tweeting quite a bit about what's been going on in Minneapolis in cities all over the country but there is one tweet that certainly getting a lot of attention the president earlier today tweeting quote the United States of America will be designating antifa as a terrorist organization the American civil liberties union insists though that the president does not have the authority to do that they put out a statement of their own earlier this afternoon saying quote there is no legal authority for designating a domestic group any sense designation would raise significant due process and first amendment concerns now Attorney General bill Barr has his own statement out tonight overall this he says the F. B. I. and joint terrorism task force are working to identify criminal organizer's and the instigators and
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I heart radio station we've got forty eight degrees at four o'clock in the afternoon I'm Jeff McKinney president trump this afternoon just a little while ago saying the world is a safer place now the U. S. airstrike is killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani runs top commander and head of its special forces trump says his reign of terror is over solid Mady has been perpetrating acts of terror to destabilize the Middle East for the last twenty years what the United States did yesterday should have been done long ago a lot of lives would have been say Democrats are reportedly furious that Congress wasn't consulted prior to the strike Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer this action may well have brought our nation closer to another endless war exactly the kind of endless war president promised he would not drag us into Senate Majority Leader Lindsey Graham says president trump has done the world a favor arounds master terrorist yeah the architect and chief engineer the world's most active state sponsor of terrorism has been removed from the battle Iran is pledging a harsh response to the death the soul of Monty in New York City is taking note the mayor says Iranian general Constand soul Amani was a terrorist who used as network to kill US soldiers and hundreds of others around the globe I personally am very happy this woman is dead but Iran has vowed to retaliate and military experts identify the country is the world's primary state sponsor of terrorism police commissioner dharma chases the department was notified by the joint terrorism task force and immediately responded because what happens in Baghdad what happens inside Iran what happens in Tel Aviv London all France canon does affect us here in America adding it's largely business as usual for the counter terrorism unit which constantly tracks potential threats I'm James Forbund W. O. R. news Muncie stabbing suspect Grafton Thomas was today indicted on multiple attempted murder and assault county also faces federal hate crime charges an elderly couple is dead after a fire at a baby owned housing complex on island view court they on fire chief Keith weaver says the buildings made things difficult for firefighters the.
Man Arrested for Plotting to Detonate Grenades in Times Square
"Amana under arrest for allegedly plotting to toss grenades in Times Square. The unidentified man arrested by the. FBI's joint terrorism task force. They reportedly caught wind of the man's intentions, while tracking is purchases of grenades.
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The FBI, Houston, domestic terrorism, joint, terrorism task force. He was threatening to blow up government buildings. Another individual had five hundred thousand rounds of ammo and and was in Gaijin white supremacy in east Texas. That was also thought and I can go through the list, my point is that activity is going on. It's important that we recognize how much law enforcement is working together at the federal, state and local level to thwart these kinds of activities regardless of their ideology, regardless of where they come from, regardless of the race, regardless of a focus on whether involved international terrorism. And I think it's critical that we recognize thank you, all, and those that are working in our law enforcement communities from federal, state and local for their service and doing so I look forward to hearing from the witnesses from the FBI about the efforts spanning the previous administration and this one to combat crime, including domestic type terrorism, as I understand there have been significant steps taken to improve it under this administration and learn and evolve what we've been doing. And in fact. Any steps that had not been taken by the previous administration, not necessarily to a fault, but because we learn and develop I also look forward to hearing how the federal government can partner with state and local law enforcement agencies further to them with the right tools to root out domestic terrorism, as that is the best approach to law enforcement, as I can attest that, someone who worked as a former federal prosecutor within the department of Justice as part of the project, safe neighborhoods program in partnership with state and locals to prosecute gang drug and gun violence with that I think the chairman and you'll back such as I have any time left yield Republican congressman chip ROY live WCS, PFM, Washington, opening statement, very much appreciate it. And let's see the first thing we need to do is to. Allow mister Malinowski and to leave to participate in today's hearing. Wave on for the purpose of it. We're delighted to have them without objection. I will grant them that status. And now I want to welcome our distinguished. Witnesses today, starting with Michael mcgarity, who is the assistant director of the counterterrorism division of the FBI the Federal Bureau of investigation. Welcome, Mr. mcgarity, we're delighted to have you, Calvin shivers. Mr. I've been pronouncing your name that way. I wanna make sure that's correct. Very good, a good, guess that you, you are the deputy director of the criminal investigative division of the FBI, the Federal Bureau of investigation and Newman Elizabeth Newman is the system secretary for threat prevention in security policy at the US department of homeland security. So we've got the key people in the country with us today, Mr. mcgarity. You are recognized for five minutes. Forgive me. I do swear. You win if all of you would please rise and raise your right hand. Do you swear affirm that the testimony, you're about to give is the truth? The whole truth, and nothing but the truth so help you got. Let the record show the witnesses all answered in the affirmative. Thank you very much. Please be seated the microbes, the microphones are sensitive up here, so please speak directly into them. So all of us can hear you and without objection. Your written statements will be made part of the record with that Mr. Gary, now, you're recognized for a full five minutes to give oral presentation chairman good afternoon. Tim and Raskin ranking member ROY and members of the committee. Thank you for the opportunity to appear before you today as assistant director of the FBI, counterterrorism division. I will be providing overview of the FBI's efforts to domestic terrorism by splitting what we do in how we do it, and I want to emphasize that preventing acts of terrorism in the homeland is the FBI's number one priority, this includes terrorism from any place in any actor in this flight, the FBI's leaf agency for investigating terrorism. The FBI categorizes investigations into two main programs international terrorism and domestic terrorism. IT NTT combined, these two programs are what make up the top priority national terrorist include members of Disney foreign terrorist organization. We call them. F T os state sponsors of terrorism and homegrown. Von extremists or HV's, domestic terrorists are individuals who commit violent criminal acts in furtherance of any logical goals stemming from domestic influences such as bias, racial bias at anti-government sentiment despite the many similarities, the FBI distinguishes domestic terrorism. Extremists from homegrown bomb team is in the ladder or global jihad inspired while domestic terrorists. Inspiration emanates from domestic influence influences like racial bias or anti thirty guy seeks to disrupt there's actors by leveraging the full or civil investigative techniques. However, as this committee knows no investigation can be opened based solely on the first amendment protected activity. For example, the FBI does not investigate rallies, or protests. Unless there's a credible belief the vote criminal activity, maybe the FBI assesses domestic chairs collectively pose a persistent evolving threat of violence and economic harm to the United States. In fact, there've been more arrests and deaths. The US caused like domestic terrorists, and international terrorists in recent years. Individuals affiliated with racially motivated extremism are responsible for the most lethal in violent activity responsible for the majority of lethal tax, if they tallies perpetrated by domestic terrorists since two thousand racially motivated on extremism includes threats deriving from vice related to race held by the actor against others or given population group, the current RV threat, as we call, it is decentralized, and characterized by lone actors radicalized online, target minorities and soft targets using easily accessible weapons. This assessment is in contrast to the FBI's past assessments of similar movements in the one thousand nine hundred and early two thousands when the arm v threat was composed of hierarchy and structure groups, nationally organized groups, led by charismatic ideologues in recent years, lone offenders, had committed the most lethal domestic extremists violence, these offenders, primarily used firearms and often act without specific guidance from group radicalization. Of domestic terrorists, primarily cruise through self radicalization online, which can sometimes present mitigation difficulties. It is a challenge for law enforcement, the internet and social media enables individuals to engage other domestic tears without face to face meetings. We've seen multiple devastating attacks committed by domestic terrorists in recent months. Most recently in the US these include the shootings at the Shibata, Poway, synagogue impo way, California, and the tree of life, synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in two thousand eighteen domestic violence stream is conducted six lethal attacks killing seventeen victims in two thousand seventeen domestic voluntary misconducted conducted five lethal attacks healing, eight victims central Tor efforts to combat terror attacks is the joint terrorism task force are JT, TTF model. We work hand in hand with federal and local agencies to combat the threat. In fact, many arrests of FBI, domestic terrorism, subjects are conducted by state local partners in coordination with Jay TTF's. We have JT Fs throughout all fifty six field offices, which allow for regular and robust sharing a threat assessments with our federal, state and local partners. In fact, approximately fifty percent of art domestic terrorism. Investigations are open based on information received from the public or from referrals provided by our partners at the local state, and federal levels in fiscal year, two thousand eighteen FBI JT across the country. Proactively arrested approximately one hundred fifteen subjects of FBI, domestic terrorism investigations before they could mobilize the violence so far in the first half of fiscal year, two thousand nineteen R, J, TTF's have disrupted, approximately sixty six subjects of FBI, domestic terrorism investigations by res-. These numbers are more than mere statistics ungodly. They represent American lives saved. In communities across the United States despite the successes that result from the hard work of the men and women of the FBI and our partners on the TF's, domestic terrorism continues to pose a persistent threat our commitment to you, and to our fellow citizens is that we will continue to confront the threat posed by terrorism. What the threat emanates from international terrorists or here in the homeland in domestic sphere? We will follow our oaths. We will determine to protect United States of America from all enemies, foreign and domestic until it. Hold the constitution of the United States. Thank you. Mr. for five minutes. Calvin shavers is FBI deputy assistant director criminal investigative division. Good afternoon, chairman Raskin. Remember, ROY, a member of the subcommittee. Thank you for inviting us here today. I appreciate the opportunity to discuss how the FBI addresses hate crimes. My experience working in the FBI goes back nearly thirty years when I started my career as a special agent, and the FBI New Orleans division throughout my career, I've had an opportunity to investigate lead manage, a number of important investigations and programs within the FBI on both proud and honored to lead the branch of the FBI's criminal investigative division, that oversees, hate crime, and civil rights, program's hate crimes, tear at the fabric of our communities and our country. So we must assure the civil rights of all persons, which guaranteed by the us constitution are protected. Hate crime laws in the United States are intended to protect our citizens against bias crimes motivated by animus against a protected class of persons current US statutes permit federal. Prosecution of hate crimes committed on the basis of a person's race religion disability ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity over time the FBI's ability to investigate these crimes as expanded as new laws were passed. For example, the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty eight permitted federal prosecution of crimes committed with the biased against race color religion for national origin, and two thousand nine when the Matthew Shepard and James bird, junior, hate crimes Prevention Act was passed federal hate crime law expanded to apply to crimes motivated by victims, gender, perceived gender sexual orientation or disability. In order for the FBI to initiate, a hate crimes investigation. There are three key elements. We must look for where must suspect. Number one, there must be an act of violence, threatened, violence or conspiracy to do so number two, the perpetrator must have active willfully or intentionally and number three, the perpetrators actions must have been motive motivated by an actual or perceived statutorily recognized bias. It is worth noting that hate crime. Investigations are often by their very nature, reactive that being said win the FBI understand that we must also be proactive and trying to prevent hate crimes because hate crimes, and domestic terrorism can intersect, the FBI counterterrorism division also addresses hate Crohn's through domestic terrorism investigation, and some instances, we work parallel investigations. By analyzing sharing intelligence. We both hope to prevent hate crime incidents. But have hey Krahn does occur. We worked diligently to hold those responsible accountable for their actions to seek Justice for victims crimes are not only an attack on victims, but they often have a wide ranging harmful impact on communities, thus investigating hate crimes, as one of the FBI's highest priorities. Although the FBI is a primary US law enforcement agency that conduct civil rights investigations. We understand the importance of partnerships with federal, state and local law enforcement, as well as affected communities community.
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Let's just hope the show ends before. We get to that part Cates. Mark mason. Yes. It is along with supreme court Weber who will have voices in the news for us in a few short minutes liberal or Mike is in once again today liberal Mike suspension extended each and every day. And Bradford is off today at least this afternoon and Ericsson is going to join us once again, and we got lots to talk about today to Oregon's birthday, so happy birthday, Oregon, and it's Valentine's Day. That's how you remember that it's Oregon's birthday and Amazon cancelled it gets plans to build that new headquarters in New York City. What's up there? Portland city council voter to withdraw Portland from the FBI's joint terrorism task force. We got lots to talk about between now and three in the news starts now. Eleven ninety. Now, the news. Good afternoon. I'm Ana Eriksson. Our top story. The city of Portland is pulling its police officers out of the joint terrorism task force Commissioner Joe and Hardesty voted in favor of the withdrawal. We wanna make sure that everyone in our community, regardless of where they were born what language they speak. What holiday are that? They can feel that they can walk down the street safely without concern of how law enforcement interact with them Hardesty believes the FBI targets activist groups, Portland mayor Ted Wheeler says the opponent's arguments are based on politics is the police Commissioner, I cannot support a policy it appears to favor, politics or. Geology over the safety and well-being portlanders the resolution takes effect in ninety days. The Portland police bureau had two officers with special clearance who are members of the task force FBI special agent in charge Ren cannon says the FBI does their work with the utmost respect for an adherence to constitutional protections. The US attorney for Oregon's has Portland's decision to withdraw from the joint terrorism task force is a mistake that defies logic. Billy Williams says it's disappointing despite overwhelming evidence that task forces in Oregon and across the country have been successful. He says the politics of the moment will not deter efforts to keep the community safe William bar. We'll be the nation's new attorney general the Republican led Senate confirmed bar today as or fifty four the Naser Forty-five nomination is confirmed bar was also attorney general during the administration of president George H W Bush. Congress is expected to vote today on a deal to keep the government open and fun construction on the border says Rogan. On Capitol Hill. But the details the house and Senate are both likely to pass the Bill and send it to the president's desk. But the big question is what happens when it gets there. Even some senators like John Kennedy of Louisiana said they were still going through the thousand plus page Bill. This is an important step. And we need to know what's in it. And I will tell you. I think a lot of my colleagues are going to be reluctant to vote for until they hear from the the agreement includes one point four billion dollars for fifty five miles of previously approved fences and other barriers on the southern border alley. Rogin.
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And prosecuting individuals who seek to cause mass casualties is the number one party of law enforcement. Today be joint terrorism task force partners slept by the FBI arrested cash to have twenty one years old of coming Georgia. After a thorough investigation into his plans to attack federal buildings. The task force alleges to have was planning to use. I e D's and an anti-tank rocket to carry out his attack William bar, President Trump's nominee for attorney general is promising to provide as much transparency as he can regarding the special counsel's final report about the Russia investigation. Then promise of transparency from William bar may not satisfy Senator Dianne Feinstein, the top democrat on the judiciary committee, the public needs to see it, and with exception of very real national security concerns. I don't even believe there should be very much redaction Feinstein once Robert Muller's report to be released to the public in the same way. The public was ultimately able to re Ken Starr's report on President Bill Clinton in nineteen ninety eight. But according to Justice department regulations nothing appears to authorize William bar to release the report from Robert Muller to congress or the American public. President Trump's lawyers says he can't be sure members of the Trump campaign did not collude with Russia during the two thousand sixteen election in an interview is CNN Rudy Giuliani claimed that he never said there wasn't collusion between the campaign in Russia. But had previously said Trump himself was not involved at any work with Russia. Giuliani said there's no evidence President Trump conspired with Russians to hack the Democratic Party, Angie Torres, I'm Beatrice and bio the two women charged in connection with the death baby king Jay Dhabi law. Have reportedly been on the receiving end of jailhouse Justice. The bear county sheriff says tours was attacked by three inmates and bathroom shortly after her arrest and two days later, a fellow inmates spat on bio king Jay's dad who played video games while his son died is an administrative segregation a federal judge has ordered the city of San Antonio into mediation over the removal of that confederate monument from Travis park. The local chapter of the daughters of the confederacy suing saying they owned that statue which was removed in twenty seven. Eighteen now sitting in a warehouse. Attorney Thomas crane upbeat that mediation will move this case along mediation,.
Georgia man arrested in FBI sting for plotting White House attack
"A twenty one year old Georgia man was arrested in thing. Nothing charges for planning to attack the White House FBI special agent. Chris hacker says that role authorities acted on a community tip to have is charged. As the result of a year-long investigation by the FBI Atlanta's joint terrorism task force. The investigation is continuing. But at this stage, it's believed to have was acting on his
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"Point one HD two Oklahoma City. The battle wears on. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. The house has passed a democratic measure to reopen the government through February eight then provide fourteen billion in emergency spending for hurricanes wildfires and other natural disasters. But the measure appears to be dead on arrival in the Republican controlled Senate this after a meeting between lawmakers and the president today, several rank and file Democrats huddling with President Trump was an agreement that both sides should come to the table. And really look for a way out democratic congressman Josh got Hiber on day. Twenty six of the shutdown Republican Senator Lindsey Graham striking a similar tone. The breakthrough to me would be to have a group of senators Republicans and Democrats talking to the president about a pathway forward. President Trump wants border barrier cash is part of any deal to fully reopen. The government that's been a non starter for Democrats is Tom Graham in the wake of the shutdown. House speaker Nancy Pelosi suggesting the state of the union address be postponed. In a letter to President Trump Pelosi says you a secret service is the lead federal agency for securing the event, but because of the partial shutdown neither the secret service newer the department of homeland security has been funded for twenty six days with critical departments hamstrung by furloughs. Given those concerns Pelosi suggest working with the White House to find another date after the government reopens or the president delivering his address in writing. Fox's Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill a Georgia manic plotting to use an anti-tank rocket the storm the White House placed under arrest the joint terrorism task force partners led by the FBI arrest that pass for to have twenty one years old of coming Georgia after a thorough investigation into his plans to attack federal building, Georgia US attorney BJ park says to have was arrested after he traded his car for guns and explosives. This is Fox News..
"joint terrorism task force" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Wallet? Six hundred ninety two point one FM. Part. I wanna get you an update on this terror threat that we've just learned a lot more about the this man has been shot charged with a plot to attack the White House. The FBI is concerned this coming out of Atlanta in a last minute news conference. Federal investigators announced that a joint terrorism task force led by the FBI arrested. A man has shared to lob tab of Cummings George after investigations show that he wanted to attack several federal buildings in in Washington DC, including the White House his alleged intent was to attack the White House and these other targets of opportunity is what the US attorney said at this quick press conference. Now, he his perspective target in Washington DC area, where large indicated he wished to attack the Washington. Monument the White House, the Lincoln Memorial and specific synagogue, the complaint also reads, they said that he intended to use and an anti-tank rockets to carry out the attacks. The the man's home was actually really nice home in Georgia. He's these charges. They say are the results of a year long investigation by FBI's Atlanta's joint Jerusalem task force. They said they wanna think the sheriff's office there again that county police department for assisting with his arrest the investigation, they say is continuing, but it is. But at this stage is believes that he was acting on his own not directly connect you. With terrorists are a terrorist group around the world. This would be another example of home grown terrorism. They are saying that this is just showing that the internet can have an awful lot of influence over people, which is also the. The part that is so sad. Here. You have so many different people that are being indoctrinated by the internet and. They're they're being indoctrinated. I don't know if there's any other way to put it there. They are being indoctrinated and. I here's what I do know. I can say this. And I mean this so sincerely, thank you. That there are men and women out there that will spend their lives doing some stuff like this. It is so important that we have men and women that do this. Remember, a lot of the people that worked on this case the same people that Democrats claim are the terrorists. They're the human rights abusers. I mean, there are so many people that say things like this that these are the people who just stop this terrorists are the bad guys. And Democrats are the ones that would defend this guy. I don't know his immigration status yet. I'm sure that's gonna come out. But you know, Democrats say that the men and women who stopped this tears tack who did this for over a year are the ones that we should be angry at that are the bad guys. That's what they say. They say that, you know, they're the bad ones. They're the ones that are the problem. I be very interested to find out. Exactly what. The background of this individual is. I'll be very interesting to see if he's an American citizen. I'll be very interested. I if he's a immigrants I'll be interested to see where he came from all that's gonna come out. But to our men and women in uniform. This is the reason why we stand behind you, even when the Democrats try to turn you into the bad guys. And the Democrats don't forget they've been going after police they've been going up the FBI they've been going after the ATF they've been going after ice agents. They've been going after everybody. That respects law and order, and I'll leave it at that. We'll have more on this. I'm sure tomorrow. Lastly just want to remind you about the Memphis men's clinic, if you're a guy, and you deal with a real medical condition e d then I want you to check out the Memphis men's clinic, the board certified physicians at the Memphis men's clinic. Follow the American urology association guidelines, they go after your one on they go over your one on one medical history, and you see an actual doctor. Now, the other great thing about the Memphis men's clinic is this..
Wayne State contractors diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease
"The great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit seven sixty wjr news are meadowland rim wbz news time seven o'clock currently eighty eight degrees to construction contractors at work at a new apartment building on the wayne state university campus have been confirmed as having legionnaires disease the two minutes affected are directly across the street from a building that has a cooling tower suspected to be the source of the bacteria michael right is with wings state we have shut that down for the foreseeable future until we get to go to you troy health department to put it back on we're we've tested now several times we remediated remediated at once we retested it but it showed signs of legionella again so we think that that's the problem and we're going to actually bring in an alternative cooling system until we get that thing absolutely fixed a hundred percent sure they say the legionella bacteria is carried through the air by water vapor students and faculty living and working in the building with the contaminated cooling tower have been moved the white house is trumpeting the actions of federal law enforcement officials who arrested cleveland man who was plotting a terrorist attack in that city on the fourth of july white house press secretary sarah sanders says it was a great job of police work this morning the department of justice and the federal bureau of investigations joint terrorism task force announced the arrest of an ohio man for providing material support to al qaeda on sunday the suspect explained to an undercut undercover fbi agent that he was planning to conduct an attack in cleveland on independence day in a future terrorist attack.
Trump hopes to negotiate with California on fuel economy standards
"Thought we'll be back with more as we talking with simon dr we're talking about this shift you've got james beard award winners coming from new york to los angeles you're not seeing it in reverse of chefs from la flooding in new york why we'll talk more about it when we return it is the forecourt on nielsen vader kfi am six forty let's get the latest news now with larry parole in the kfi newsroom isis is news agency claims a man who stabbed five people in paris was a soldier of the extremist movement french media say at least one person was stabbed to death in paris today for others were hurt attack has been killed authorities in france have opened a terrorist investigation a married couple from marino valley will be arraigned later this month in connection with seventy weapons related charges riverside county prosecutors say the couple is accused of building illegal custom made an unregistered assault rifles for customers investigation began after the fbi got a tip about threats made by the couple agents a joint terrorism task force got a search warrant and found several weapons inside the defendant's home trump administration may negotiate with california over fuel economy working on a single standard for the country president trump met yesterday with ten auto industry exacts to discuss the standards and reportedly agreed to have transportation secretary elaine chao and epa administrator scott pruitt handle the talks with state officials the auto industry wants to relax standards but not so much they provoke.