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"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Worried his love of food. Believe me that trumps all else. You just rubbed me the wrong way. That's all. CVS Weather Channel forecast. Hi, good morning and a high of sixty current temperatures Dr. Let's see right now in downtown Baltimore. We have thirty two degrees. How about that? Chuck thirty two degrees. And in Westminster thirty degrees up on the news at nine this morning. Stronach group calls on city of Baltimore to withdrawal lawsuit, deceased Pimlico. And the Preakness stakes. Padres of the day today. Eight three judge panel the nutty US circuit. Court of appeals this week unanimously refused to reinstate a lawsuit. The parents of Kate Steinle filed against San Francisco and its former sheriff for releasing the man that shot and killed their daughter. The sheriff released Jose Garcia zarate's Mexican national from jail three months before the shooting despite a request from is to inform them of his release date and hold them until they could pick them up for deportation proceedings Garcia zarate's had already been deported five times. The facts of the case are undeniably. Trout, tragic say the judges, but Judge Mark Bennett said that the department was acting within its authority when they issued a memo limiting their cooperation with immigration officials. Judge bennett. It wasn't your daughter that was shot and killed by illegal alien. And so that is our outrage of the day. I can't even get some kind of closure on that one. So early in the week. We told you Rosie O. Donald said, she had a crush on Elizabeth Hasselbeck, formerly of the view..
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Court case out of the ninth circuit that probably won't hear about elsewhere. But I want to tell you a little bit. It shows you once again what we're dealing with here with the. Open borders judiciary. Which court which court circuit it, you know, which one the ninth circuit. The live maniac. Central of the ninth circuit. They decided that Kate Steinle family was not able to sue the city of San Francisco because San Francisco was playing host to a. Servian five times deported. Convicted felon Garcia, Jose Garcia zarate's. On July first two thousand fifteen Kate Steinle was murder. She was with her father on a pier in San Francisco and otherwise beautiful day. She was hit by a bullet from a forty caliber handgun that Surata picked up and fired. He he claims accidentally. He was deported five times and was released from jail. Couple of months before the incident. Release from jail, despite the fact that there was an ice detained request for him. But you know, what San Francisco did. They chose not to inform, immigrations and customs enforcement. So the city of San Francisco just says that they're not going to comply with requests from the federal government that law enforcement in San Francisco does not have to assist or help federal law enforcement and what they are doing in. This process is aiding a bet aiding and abetting a convicted felon illegal alien. That's what the city of San Francisco by official policy. Does. And it gets worse. December of two thousand seventeen a jury in San Francisco, which is just the craziest politics of any place in the country. Second only a rather DC is second only do San Francisco terms of political affiliations. Remember that the swamp is full of Lebanon axe. But I- San Francisco jury acquitted of all murder charges, including manslaughter. So the federal government. Maybe the federal government will swoop in on these small at thing. I think that's very unlikely, but they can sometimes and they do the federal government swoop in and charged with possession of a firearm and assaulted other weapon and involuntary manslaughter. This reminds me of that case, I told you about where the federal US attorney in Philadelphia. Decided that the three year sentence that a a armed robber God for almost shooting off the leg of an Asian American immigrants small business owner in front of his wife and children will just trying to rob him was not enough. So the feds had to step in because Justice. Well, here the feds once again at a step in because a San Francisco jury did not think that Kate Stanley's family deserve Justice. Why I leave to you? I I can't imagine being on that jury and thinking that. But. What we have. Now is a federal judge saying that no you cannot sue you cannot sue the city of San Francisco, even though. Even though they engaged in what many would call an illegal policy that led directly to the murder of Cape styling. I mean, if they had told ice that they add this person in their custody ice wanted him and wanted to deport him. So why didn't they act because they don't have a problem with illegal aliens because they do not agree with the federal law that says that illegal aliens should not be in this country. And now, you have courts federal courts that gives special rights to illegals. Illegals. Now who are supposed to have. No, right under any normal understanding of the law. No, right. You to challenge. Different aspects of federal government policy vis-a-vis their status. They get all kinds of of due process now. Illegal aliens are under the left wing interpretation of a law illegal aliens are able to challenge there. Right. To enter the United States who even be in this country that anyone anywhere in the world can say, no, no, I want to appear to US court because I think I have a right to be in America. This is this is the claim they find that. There's no standing. Oh, no. Your daughter was killed by an illegal in San Francisco, and San Francisco well, assist federal law enforcement. That's that's not a liability claim when you look at the way that. The courts are treating illegal aliens. It's very clear that there are courts that really believe they're on a mission and the mission is to allow as many illegals as possible to get into this country and stay for good. That is the plan. That's what they're trying to do. I spoke to. Former? H secretary Jay Johnson today. You can see the interview tomorrow on on TV. That's right and Obama DHS secretary, and let me tell you. He's also a former US attorney, and he's a guy who said to me. And I think he said this on air to that. He owned the issue of the southern border for three years. He was all over, and I will tell you this. He is not. Able to answer the questions that I have for him on this issue. I mean when I asked him I had to really push to get an answer on should illegals. You kept saying well, illegals, they have a process. They have a process they get more process. Okay. Well, if the process keeps them here for five years, and then finally they're denied asylum. Should they be deported? And he's at that point. He's willing to say. Yeah. I mean, sure they should be deported. He doesn't mean that he knows they won't be everyone knows they won't be. Everyone's just being dishonest about this. Here's a fun. Fact, this came up my conversation with Mr. Johnson, former DHA secretary under the Obama administration, obviously left one guy, do you know that when an illegal in this country who claims asylum is denied asylum in court. Then he has an automatic. Right. Doesn't matter. What set in that quarter in automatic right to challenge the deportation order that comes from the denial of the asylum claim so you get into this country, Scott free. You get a court date three or four years in the future. Maybe five who knows maybe ten. We don't even know how fast they're going to process. The almost a million cases that are in the backlog right now with one hundred thousand more people coming in a month, folks. But even then when you assuming you show up which very few of them do for their here and get to stay in the country, if you show up for your asylum hearing, and you're told no they can't just deport you. Now, you get to claim more process. More court time more taxpayer dollars to challenge the deportation order against you after your denial of asylum. How long is that gonna take? This is how they overwhelm and destroy the immigration system. This is how they create facto open borders. They are doing it right now. This is happening in this country today with President Trump sitting in the Oval Office if we can't win this fight with this president right now at our back. We are never gonna win this fight. And make no mistake about it. If we have open borders, we become a different country. The left promise to fundamental transformation under the Obama administration. This is a way that they can truly achieve fundamental transformation that the change the laws. They just have to create a reality where the laws are broken in systematic fashion when it comes to immigration. I got to talk to you about the holding accountable. The left on their lies about Russia. Coming up here. I'm not gonna let this stuff go. I know that there's this. Some people are kind of the, oh, well, you know, they they were wrong. And I don't want to move on. I wanna do some doughnuts in their front yard with my four by far. I want to metaphorically curbs Thompson lives for being wrong on Russia. Let's do that together. 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"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on KGO 810
"What occurred in this case? And why? Kurd? I can just say that they say to spiral somewhat out of control we've got into. Though that is the right result. In this case, we're happy for that small. I'd had only brief remarks about the charges being dropped. I like nothing more than to just get back to work and move on with my life. But make no mistakes. I will always continue to fight for the Justice equality and betterment of marginalized people everywhere. So again, thank you for all the support. Thank you for faith. And thank you to God small night says he has been truthful from the beginning. Mike Moore your next update at the top of the hour, or when it breaks on K G O, and as Mark Thompson was talking about Chicago police are expected to give us their reaction. We will carry that. As it happens on K G L a panel of the ninth circuit court of appeals has upheld. A ruling barring the parents of Kate Steinle from suing the city of San Francisco, Kate Stanley's death triggered a national immigration debate over sanctuary cities after she was shot and killed on a San Francisco. Pier by a man who was in the country illegally had been deported numerous times and had a long criminal record in the lawsuit. Stylings parents argue the city was partly to blame because a federal immigration officials were not notified about the release of Jose Garcia zarate's just months before Stanley was killed the court says under state law. State officials are immune from lawsuits Santa Clara county. Meantime is looking at revising its sanctuary policies after a woman was murdered in her a home by another man in the country illegally with a criminal past who also had been deported before. And Terry rouse reports Stein Leigh's parents still have a suit against the bureau of. Of land management the gun officers. As of aren't they used had been stolen from an officer's vehicle. We all know housing in San Francisco is expensive. So how about this one the sellers of a property and Glen park, roughly the size of a tennis court are hoping buyers will plunk down at least one point eight five million dollars. The catch..
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"In our news this morning. A federal appeals court ruling prohibits the parents of Kate Steinle from suing the city of San Francisco silently shot and killed by illegal immigrant. Jose Garcia zarate's in two thousand fifteen. Her death was ruled an accident by a jury in San Francisco in two thousand seventeen later that year. A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit by Stanley's parents against the city at an appeal was filed shortly after that yesterday, the ninth US circuit court of appeals said they were upholding the original ruling and that the city's sheriff acted within departmental policies under San Francisco's sanctuary city ordinance. Police department of arrested a couple of teenagers for multiple carjackings. The latest was in south Sacramento on Sunday. Officers responded about ten pm to a stolen car report in a parking lot on Florin road. The male victim was found assaulted, and he said, it started his car had been stolen. Officers came across the described vehicle in meadow view, the voice fled on foot. They were caught. They are linked to a Thursday carjacking that left an elderly woman injured the department is conducting a full investigation a cell tower near an elementary school in the Rippin unified school district is coming down. The decision comes after concerns were raised following cancer diagnoses in four students and three teachers at Weston elementary school parents demanded the removal of the tower, although there is no known link between the diagnosis and the tower mobile company sprint which owns. It has agreed to take it down. The date is still yet to be decided several parents have pulled their kids from that school due to those concerns California programs that help low income families save for college will be getting a three million dollar boost from the state enacted through the two thousand seventeen thousand eighteen.
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Two in Sacramento. Newsradio. K for k. And more news for you this morning. A federal appeals court ruling prohibits the parents have Kate Steinle from suing the city of San Francisco styling was shot and killed by illegal immigrant. Jose Garcia zarate's in two thousand fifteen. Her death was ruled an accident by a jury in San Francisco in two thousand seventeen year. A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit by sign lease parents against the city and an appeal was filed shortly after that yesterday, the ninth US circuit court of appeals that they were upholding the original ruling and that the city's sheriff acted within departmental policies. Under San Francisco's sanctuary city ordinance to Sacramento teenagers are under arrest for multiple carjackings that police department arrested the boys Sunday night after carjacking incident in south Sacramento. Officers responded after ten pm to a stolen car report in a parking lot on the thirteen hundred block of Florin road. A male victim had been assaulted and said, his car was stolen. Officers came across the described vehicle. Meadow view, the voice fled on foot, but were taken into custody. They are linked to a Thursday carjacking that left an elderly woman injured in the department is out there conducting a full investigation the cell tower near an elementary school in the Rippin unified school district is coming down. The decision comes after concerns were raised following cancer diagnoses in four students and three teachers at Weston elementary school parents demanded removal of the tower, although there is no known link between the diagnoses and the tower mobile companies sprint who owns it. Agreed to remove it. The date has not yet been decided several parents have pulled their kids out of the school due.
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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Family of woman killed by illegal immigrant cannot sue San Fran
"Of federal appeals court blocked. The family of a woman killed by an illegal immigrant who'd been repeatedly deported from suing San Francisco Kate Steinle shot by Jose Garcia zarate's hand. Twenty fifteen jury ruled it an accident in two thousand seventeen an appeal was filed. And now the ninth circuit court of appeals says it's holding an original ruling that the city's share of acted within departmental policies under its sanctuary city ordinance.
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"The Blue Cross Blue shield cessation is an association of independent locally operated. Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies investigation did not find that Trump or his campaign worked with Russia to interfere in the twenty sixteen election attorney, Michael Evans is facing federal charges on both coasts in Los Angeles. The former lawyer for porn stars stormy Daniels is accused of using an unnamed clients money to fund a lavish lifestyle on his Twitter account. Mr. avocado describes himself as quote attorney advocate fighter for good, unquote. But the allegations in this case described something different a corrupt lawyer who instead fights for his own selfish interests, US attorney Nikola Haina says the L A office is accusing avenue of wire fraud and Bank fraud. Federal prosecutors in New York are charging him with trying to extort twenty. A million dollars from Nike Kevin trip. NBC News Radio. The education department is probing the massive college admissions cheating scandal. Investigators are reportedly looking to see if any of the universities involved violated federal education regulations dealing with federal student financial aid programs. The Justice department is charging dozens of wealthy parents for bribes paid to have their kids admitted to elite universities. A federal appeals court is blocking the family of a woman killed by an illegal immigrant from suing the city of San Francisco. Kate Steinle was shot and killed by Jose Garcia zarate's in two thousand fifteen apple is rolling out a subscription streaming video service called apple TV, plus at an event today, apple CEO, Tim cook said the service will be coming this fall. Filmmaker Steven Spielberg was at the event. This is my first time at apple, you know, the place where imagination of technology. Join forces to change the world's insight and sound. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. They're counting votes in Thailand. After we. Weekend elections correspondent bills in for reports. Some are already voicing concerns. It could be weeks before the vulture verified. But there are already challenges being lodged two major political parties in Thailand have questioned the yearly results after a military linked party. Took a surprise early lead. One party said there could be a legal challenge over irregularities at the polls while a half million people have now signed onto a petition to impeach the election commission. The election was the first since a coup five years ago and official results won't be verified until early may charges. Have come down today against two men in the weekend fatal shooting of off duty Chicago policeman. John Rivera, Malik Jackson and Giovan battle each face. One count of first degree murder and three counts of attempted. First degree murder Rivera was reportedly shot inside a parked car with several others inside the vehicle overnight Saturday in the city's river north neighborhood to major health organizations are calling for tax. On sugary drinks. Lisa Carter has more the American Academy pediatrics and the American Heart Association both calling for a sugar drink tax citing the effect of too much sugar on obesity and other health problems, like heart disease and diabetes. The groups are calling for Moore beverages like milk and water on kids menus and in vending machines, and they want to see less soda at hospitals. They're also putting out a call for lawmakers to not only impose taxes but to restrict advertising for sugary drinks. A Maryland man is over seventeen thousand dollars richer after using his license plate numbers in a lottery game the twenty nine year old man from Clinton used the numbers five six eight eleven from his license plate while playing. The game race tracks last week at an Exxon gas station, he ended up winning a jackpot of seventeen thousand six hundred and eighty three dollars..
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on KTRH
"To our top story. The partial government shutdown continues to affect operations at Bush, intercontinental the ticketing counter and security screening area in terminal b are closed again today doodle. Shortage of TSA agents Pfizer still arriving departing from the terminal, but passengers are being rerouted through terminals C N E airport officials recommend you get there. At least two hours before your scheduled flight. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell sounds optimistic. I would hope our democratic colleagues will reverse course, and work seriously with this White House to reach an agreement that can become law and fulfill our promises to our country. But his democrat counterpart Chuck Schumer is all doom and gloom longer. Leader McConnell allows this to continue the more he and Republican senators will be tied to the president and the president's disgraceful tactic of government extortion. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump should delay his state of the union address until after the government reopens are just delivered in writing like they did in the old days. The constitution requires the president from time to time give. Congress information of the state of the union and recommend to their consideration such measures judged necessary inexpedient, but there's no requirement. How that information should be given the congress George Washington did it in person, but Thomas Jefferson, simply delivered his address in writing the congress. It wasn't until nineteen thirteen. Woodrow Wilson, renewed the practice of a state of the union speech decades later in nineteen sixty five president Lyndon Johnson delivered the speech in prime time before that it was an afternoon event on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News. There's a Texas connection to that Kenya terrorist attack. A UT grid is among the dead. Jason Spindler who was a San Francisco businessman diet. And what the State Department is called a senseless act of violence officials say fourteen were killed when a group of armed terrorists stormed. The gates of a affluent Nairobi neighbourhood those trying to escape the violence to refuge in an area hotel one explosion targeted three vehicles. The parking lot and a suicide bomber detonated inside the hotel. Foyer al-shabaab, and Al Qaeda link group based in Somalia is claiming responsibility, Katie rates news time eleven oh. Four. The illegal who was found not guilty of killing American. Kate Steinle now wants his gun conviction. Tossed out the lawyer for Jose Garcia zarate's appealing of the illegal immigrants gun conviction. Arguing that his client fired the gun by accident twenty fifteen and that momentary possession of a weapon that his client claims. He found is not a crime thirty two year old. Kate Steinle was struck in the back and killed and became one of the many faces of American victims of illegal immigration, a San Francisco jury later found jersey as Iran a felon who was previously deported not guilty of murder but guilty of gun possession incentives. Tam two three years in prison while he again awaits deportation. Jeff monosso, Fox News federal court in New York has blocked the Trump administration's efforts to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty thousand census White House argued the question was necessary in order to uphold certain provisions of the Voting Rights Act, but the court called that justification a sham every census. From eighteen twenty two two thousand asked at least a substantial portion of the population. Whether or not they were a citizen. So it certainly well established Stephen Cammarata at the center for study says the question would better help determine congressional seats and federal funding. There's a citizenship question. Then part of their post census research will include a careful evaluation of how well we're capturing the immigrant population. And I think that could be invaluable Justice department expected to appeal the decision Nick rank of each NewsRadio seven forty KTAR each the Dow is up one hundred twenty eight now the Rush Limbaugh show. I'm Scott Grutter district of Sutton, forty KTAR h iheartradio.
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Five sixty ks because the last place in the world that ever wanted to be during an earthquake is in the bar tube underneath. Gosh. No, thank you. So we had a four seven off the Maryland coast, very unusual four four and Oklahoma, which is becoming more regular and a three seven in San Francisco and twenty five years ago today, it was Northridge earthquake shattering. It was the L earthquake in Northridge shattered that part of the world. Little known fact it this. This is a weird. Little fact, it destroyed the F F anybody ever says pornography's of the devil that Northridge earthquake destroyed the porn industry because all the porn videos were made in Northridge destroy destroy the industry. Tells you oh man, I told you what a huge loss. So that's what's been shaken around the bay area. Oh my gosh. There was another one right along the fault appear to this morning. I'm looking at the US GS map. It's the biggest San Andreas. So down in Mexico or up in or near the what's the little peninsula in pitch crescent city. Yeah. So crescent city Oakland and then down in Mexico all along San Andreas, thou. He's a shake and things are pop. And then there's another one that. I'm just noticing here. Pretty good that was the Oklahoma quake. Then there's one smaller one in Tennessee. All right. We're keeping an eye on that one for you not much else. We can do. Well, okay. So here here's a story. We'll develop this. Well, five fifty case folk, so this is an talking about illegal immigration, and I love the way that the Democrats are now framing this. So the the Liberal Democrats at least are there any other kind anymore. So the idea is if you are seeking asylum. You're no longer illegal so just by making the application to to to get asylum in the mind of the liberal Democrat. You're no longer here illegally because you've already filled out the paperwork for asylum, and yet there's no guarantee that you will receive asylum, but in their mind, no, you're you're tried. You're good. You're good. But here we have the lawyer for the undocumented immigrant, aka illegal immigrant who was found not guilty for the fatal shooting of Kate Steinle on that San Francisco. So this is Jose Garcia zarate's. Previous felon illegal immigrant served nearly two years for felony re entry that the United States from Mexico, and he was sentenced to three years in prison for the gun conviction. And he was sentenced I should say at that time to three years in prison for the gun conviction while he awaits deportation. So that's the guy right? Previous fellate in July twenty fifteen Kate Steinle walking on the San Francisco pair with your dad bullet ricochets off the peers concrete floor struck strikes structure in the back. She dies. Garcias rotate was reportedly holding the gun after it quote unexpectedly went off. And then he threw it into the bay. So if you remember the story, I mean, he was acquitted of murder and manslaughter and assault charges, but convicted of illegally possessing a firearm, that's all they got him on. That's all they got him on. So. Now, his lawyers are trying to get the gun conviction dropped oh my gosh. And depending on what judge and jury there before it would probably happen. You know, this guy's gonna come off Scot free and everything my heart hurts for the Stanley family hearing that that is just awful. Yeah. Yeah. This guy shouldn't shouldn't even be here to begin. When exactly exactly. A new study says let's see let's look at how let's look at all the TV news stories about Donald Trump. And let's look at the whole year of two thousand eighteen twelve months. Oh ninety percent negative coverage. ABC CBS NBC. Are you surprised? Ninety percent. Nagy ninety percent negative. A study Americans spend nearly half their waking hours looking at a screen doesn't surprise me. Not first second, you're at work computer screen, you're at home TV screen, and in between the TV screen, and when you're watching the TV during commercials, you're looking at a phone screen. We're in trouble. We're in a big big old travel. Vigo? Trouble is in my neck. Yeah. That's it. Thumbs. Okay. So now, we got the Nike shoe being controlled by a smartphone. They're saying it's the future of footwear. Why do you need to control your sue? With your smartphone. So this is the adapt b it's called adapt BB, and it's priced at three hundred fifty beans. It laces itself up. Now, you can find the perfect fit. How lazy? Nike adapt mobile app. And of course, they already have their NBA started to start wearing these things. In fact, the the shoe was worn for the first time last night when the Celtics play the raptors they've got Celtics star Jason Tatum. Who's wearing these things? Now best I can tell there are no laces. Really, it's it's one of those on. But because it's control. There's you use your smartphone. There's a device in the sole near the arch of the foot that then titans the shoe up and you can determine how tight you want it. That's okay. You're on your app. Good. Good. Perfect done. Okay. So it titans. It for you. I am too. I have two apps that control how how that can control. How tight my shoes? Are there? My hands when I tied them here. Opposable thumbs? Okay. And I'm seeing here Nike said the battery can last for ten to fourteen days. So what happens if you take the shoe off? He put it on the battery dies. It's too tight to get it off. You got to charge a first point. Or is that one of those lithium batteries that like it's gonna explode. In fact, a hover born batteries. It'll do a China on.
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I mentioned that you were for many years worked as a deputy chief in Los Angeles chief as well assistant chief. And then you were in Mesa Arizona as the chief of police Gavin Newsom brought you here to be police chief now, you're DA. And I'm wondering, you know, d- have have your thoughts about criminal Justice and policing and prosecution changed over those years unquestionable, look, I I tell people that. You know, if you if you were talking to George kiosk on twenty years ago, I was I was another drug warrior, right? I participated in the man this. But I have learned I have you ball from that. Right. I don't think there is a problem with with admitting that perhaps you were part or problem. And now you look for a solution. I would never be one the stance on the glasshouse throwing rocks. Right. The criminal Justice system as a whole for the last twenty or thirty years has done a tremendous amount of damage, and I certainly play a part in that was like an opinion that you had a moment where you just thought. Wait a minute. What are we doing? Well, yeah. You know, what happened for me really was about two decades ago a little over two decades when I started to to look at it, you know, the incarcerating process, I was working in excellent little longer, not working software LA and one of the things that really hit home for me. Me was that you know, I started to become more knowledgeable about drug use America in one of the things that was really important. Discovery for me. I shouldn't have been, but it was drug use in this country runs across the war pretty even numbers. But when I looked at the board meeting in terms of demographics demographics. Yeah. You know, white black Brown. You know? Yeah. But when you look at the people that we were arresting in LA for this. We were arresting primarily people will call her young people. Right. Black and Brown in that for me was like kind of a wake up call, you know, that there was a lack of equity on the process in from there, you I started getting involving Justice reinvestment, which really was beginning to try to look at how to lower estate incarceration levels putting their money into community based services and that kind of brought me to where I am today. Why do you think as I said a moment ago, you're somewhat of an outlier in California among district attorney's on a lot of these policies. Why do you think other DA's haven't had that same realization that you have? Well, look, I think we all come from different places. Right. I think that if you look at the the majority of a district attorney majority of lawyers come from, you know, fairly privilege backgrounds and there's nothing wrong with that. Okay. By the way. I I I'm not against money, but I came from a poor background. Right. I- immigrant emigrant. But I you know, racism, really rough. Neighborhoods in L A. And I saw the kids that are hanging around with how they were damaged by that process. So for me. You know, the connections with what is wrong with assistant were very personal. Did you ever think? Boy, a couple of different decisions you could have been on the wrong side of the law. Oh, I'm question. Why listen I would not want to be judged by by the worst moment in my life. When I was fifteen or sixteen years old. I don't think anyone was one through by the way. But yeah. Yeah. All right. Let's go the phones, and we'll begin in San Francisco with rose rosier on with DA, George Gascon. Welcome. Good morning, Mike. What's it is? I'm a criminal defense. Attorney in San Francisco. I'm in court all the time with deputy DA -'s working under Mr. Garcia gone or in court arguing for prolonged increase detention, usually pretrial in misdemeanor cases. And so, you know, if you're interested in reducing your population. My question is why why aren't you directing your deputies to stop seeking this kind of prolonged attention, particularly pretrial particularly from. Yeah. Rosa a good question. I'm the numbers, by the way, I understand. You're you're looking out at the trees, I'm looking at the forest. I'm not saying that you may not have incidents were perhaps we may be arguing for more detention where you may disagree with us. And I might even agree with you not knowing the case. But what I look at you know, when I'm looking at the entire forest was driving our jail population. Or Joe population's been driven by frankly by people are committing pretty serious crimes and are being held there. Too long or people that are mentally ill. The has substance abuse and are waiting for Jill treatment beds. The the shore state do have an impact. But but in the overall numbers are is a very low number. We really need to to get to the next level. We need to look at the serious stuff. And by the way, we have Laura Joe populations have been the from our on twenty one hundred daily to about thirteen hundred. So we've done a bigger reduction that almost any other urban county in the country. All right rose. Thanks very much for the call. Let's go now. Vallejo. And Jeremiah, welcome. Hi, good morning. How you guys doing today? Good. Thanks. How are you? I'm great. I just had a just to kind of simple general thing. I wanted to mention one was I barely see the voluntary programs of Audie you, you know, working with Mike odd law enforcement were I don't drive along or whatever. But that is one thing I kinda see anymore. I'm not sure how much the the. The Justice system is even working with these type book, you know, people who need, you know, I'm kind of dry mentoring. And now one of those persons. I volunteer a six years prison. You know, I'm a software engineer. I taught that voluntary, you know, but I'm also immigrant, you know. I did that in my country. I don't see that here in the United States. I don't see that over here. I think that's something that would really work on my my my my audit. They want to mention is with the law enforcement that also have issues when it comes to matters and whenever outcome and constantly police in this matter, they always refer you back to the court. It seems like the law enforcement don't want to touch the issue. The court says we'll take the police enforce it puts you back to the court. Okay. Let me just hold it. Let's have George Gascon responded to of course, there's no question that you know, we we could use more mentoring and more. Programs to to wrap yourself around youth, especially youth that are a risk. And that is always one of the things that you know, frankly, we fall short of of course, that's that's really a larger policy conversation that on unrelated to a jail system is more. You know, what do we do on our schools water, we do with after school programs, you know, and and that kind of support, and I think the other one if I understand you correctly is kind of the diversion of civil matters, or, you know, some low level Matterson the police directing people to civil matters in court. I am not sure what the answer for. That would be because I would need a little more details in your what what your question was there. All right, Jeremiah, thanks very much for the call. Hopefully that was helpful responded to your question. You know, I want to go back to our rose said the defense attorney that called earlier, and I wonder, you know, there was the case, of course, very nationally celebrated the case if you will styling murdered by an undocumented immigrant Jose Garcia zarate's in San Francisco. Trump made a big issue of that. And he was acquitted of all charges, except I think felon possessing a gun, and the deputy DA in that case went for first degree murder, which many thought was really a really I mean is that a is that a case, do you think of what she's describing and maybe out of sync with what maybe you believe as a as the DA. Yeah. Well, I don't think so look, I'm a we we can obviously always do better. And we do look at our cases, especially big cases, and look and try to analyze were working. Where would we have done better? If we have to do it all over again one, which is a murder case. Basically we which arch their case. And then we allow the the the the core process to to give us an opportunity to explore what the evidence supports. There is no question in my mind. Did given the information that we had at the time and given that the facts that that case was was properly filed the agreement or disagreement as to the degree of murder with there should have been first second or a manslaughter. I think that you know, we can look in retrospect them probably come up with different different approaches. But the case was presented to the jury for all three theories of murder right for a second and manslaughter, and the jury evaluated the evidence and determined that it was the, and we respect that got a comment here from Julia, right? So why did the district attorney refused to file charges against the officers who shot and killed Murray woods and Louisa Ganga and other individuals. I know this has been a very volatile issue. Not just in San Francisco, but for you in particular here there've been. In fact, protests at your house. Talk about that decision. And. Why you feel that you did the right thing? Yeah. You know? So when we look at our case, we're always evaluating what does he missile in the case? And whether we can prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. Right. And that is true for police officers through for any other case that we look at it. And and obviously as judge the at the moment that we're making the final decisions sometimes when we go through the court process. Most of the time were proven correct riot conviction rate is very very highs over eighty percents on most of the time. We do the right decision. But sometimes in the jury disagrees with us in NASA point, but but ethically. And legally we cannot file a case we should never file the case going in that we don't believe that we have the evidence when it comes to police use of force stay laws and constitutional decisions have been made give police why breath of space to to make a decision. Well, and there was a Bill as you know, that failed to get out of get to the governor last year that would have changed those earlier this year, actually that would have changed the standards for. Support those changes, and I supported the Bill in the Bill basically would have said that you as a police officer or law enforcement officer can only use four sodas minimally necessary order to accomplish your job, and that failed which leaves us back to the standard of we have now, which is that of a reasonable officer. Which is really a split approach. You have to see what would a reasonable officer kind of a subjective reasonable officer would do. Meaning what do I think of the time that was the right thing, and then sort of the the reasonable person, which is an objective standard. You cross it to a very confusing way. And frankly this cases in me does standard. All right. And that Bill surely.
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Radio five sixty ks your whistle blower wednesday with brian sussman and katie green starts now well now that you've heard all that let's get to some real news on canseco showy this top of the hour nonsense so we have to play it i can interrupt at anytime you know do we have to play it i can't interrupt it anytime i'd like i couldn't even cut it off if they keep this garbage up throughout the rest of the morning i'm not going allow you to suffer any longer i will cut it off so stick around let's see what happens first hour of the morning show is about to begin in fact it's here so let's bring her in ladies and gentlemen katie green a san francisco judge has refused to throw out a federal gun charges against the man acquitted in the kate steinle killing you're listening to live and local headlines on talk radio five sixty k as if oh the judge says that he's skeptical of jose garcia zarate's claim that he's a target of federal prosecution the judge says that he faces an uphill battle proving federal gun charges were brought solely because of politics and google is introducing a navigation system feature with its google maps app that uses augmented reality to help guide people to their destination when google maps users pull up directions they can now look through their camera in maps and get turn by turn directions while viewing the actual street service was unveiled yesterday at the company's annual developers conference check those roadways this morning already some slow traffic on eighty in the westbound direction at the bay bridge toll plaza alta lanes right now pretty slow if you're coming through there i also see a problem spot one sixty northbound at four this is an antioch this connector ramp is actually closed as of right now this is because of an accident that happened earlier on it looks like we have full blown chp emergency services and even cal trans out there assisting with the closure to thirty eight northbound at that age eighty south connector ramp not one but two pipes down on the roadway that's jim jim in the second lane from the left and eastbound five eighty at keller we have a stalled vehicle dark colored vehicle with no hazards so just keep an eye out and bart at this time still checking in problem free are you crossing your fingers hoping that you can retire one day don't invest and forget check to see if your plan aligns with your goals go to don't investandforget dot com slash learn and learn more morning show continues now with brian sussman.
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"She was fourteen she is now going to serve on a committee that advises the california student aid commission this is being reported by the sacramento bee this is an illegal this is what you would consider a dhaka kid in essence and here's the thing that bothers me she came here when she was fourteen she's now thirty three she's an attorney do you think that she had enough time to file her papers she is a immigrant rights activists do you think that she could have filed her papers and actually become a citizen of this country of course she could've but she didn't want me to tell you why i'll tell you why because she doesn't give to flips about the rule of law in this country because she still is under the impression that somehow telephone belongs to mexico and guess what california does not belong to mexico california belongs to the united states of america that's it period simple end of story what happened to the once great state of california it's gone in my opinion now if that's not enough if that's not enough to burn your butts the illegal remember him the guy that murdered kate steinle remember him remember jose inez garcia zarate's that's a hell of a long name my god who names i mean jose garcia zarate's they're acting like this guy's a fricken regal he's no regal he's not royalty he was probably on the streets of mexico saying she i'm sorry angry he murdered kate steinle he got away with murder and now he's suing the federal government forget this vindictive prosecution the dictum prosecution illegal who had been deported five times is now suing the feds and guess what he's gonna win he'll win he'll win a few hundred thousand dollars because that's how stupid we've become as a country ridiculous right absolutely ridiculous all right one eight seven seven forty nine steve one eight seven seven four nine seven.
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Jose garcia zarate's and the kate steinle case well now he's suing the federal government demanding that it produced documents pertaining to the vindictive prosecution and collusion from state government and prosecutors in the federal government against him the jury did convict garcia zarate's felony possession of a weapon he did have seven previous felony convictions then he had been deported five times before finding sanctuary on the streets of san francisco kind of like it's mary you wonder if they'll ever be justice for the law business these elected officials and there's no question kate would be alive today if those evil nazi ice agents and we're able to do their job and didn't have a president constantly stopping them from doing their job or just letting people back in federal government immediately issued a warrant for arrest for violating the terms of his twenty fifteen federal federal prison release then charged him with federal crimes felony and possession of a firearm and ammunition and for being an illegal present alien in possession of a firearm and ammunition as reported it is alleged that the federal agency colluded with the san francisco police the district attorney's office and the sheriff's office to unfairly target him now this is a great irony laughable out loud right because what all of these sanctuary cities have in common is the california's battling the federal government over state laws that restrict cooperation and communication between state and local government while this guy's doing that they somehow were in collusion together can't have it both ways but and i can tell you somebody who's been victimized by this and as the.
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Jose garcia zarate and the kate steinle case well now he's suing the federal government demanding that it produced documents pertaining to the vindictive prosecution and collusion from state government and prosecutors in the federal government against him the jury did convict garcia mata felony possession of a weapon he did have seven previous felony convictions and he had been deported five times before finding sanctuary on the streets of san francisco kind of like it's mary you wonder if they'll ever be justice for the law business these elected officials and there's no question kate would be alive today if those evil nazi ice agents and we're able to do their job and didn't have a president constantly stopping them from doing their job or just letting people back in federal government immediately issued a warrant garcia zarate's arrest for violating the terms of his twenty fifteen federal federal prison release then charged him with federal crimes felony and possession of a firearm and ammunition and for being an illegal present alien in possession of a firearm and ammunition as reported it is alleged the federal agency colluded with the san francisco police the district attorney's office and the sheriff's office to unfairly target him now this is a great irony laughable out loud right because what all of these sanctuary cities have in common is that california's battling the federal government over state laws that restrict cooperation and communication between state and local government while this guy's doing that they somehow were in collusion together can't have both ways but and i can tell you somebody that's been victimized by this and.
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Bills and tuition dues it's crazy and i didn't even like check with the other store jose garcia zarate and the kate steinle case well now he's suing the federal government demanding that it produced documents pertaining to the vindictive prosecution and collusion from state government and prosecutors in the federal government against him the jury did convict garcia zarate's felony possession of a weapon he did have seven previous felony convictions and he had been deported five times before finding sanctuary on the streets in francisco kind of like it's mary you wonder if they'll ever be justice for the law business these elected officials and there's no question kate would be alive today if those evil nazi ice agents and we're able to do their job and then have a president constantly stopping them from doing their job or just letting people back in federal government immediately issued a warrant for arrest for violating the terms of his twenty fifteen federal federal prison release then charged him with federal crimes felony possession of a firearm and munition and for being an illegal alien in possession of a firearm and ammunition as reported it is alleged that the federal agency colluded with the san francisco police the district attorney's office and the sheriff's office to unfairly target him now this is a great irony laughable out loud right because what all of these sanctuary cities have in common is that california's battling the federal government over state laws that restrict cooperation and communication between state local government while this guy's doing that they somehow were in collusion together can't have it both ways but and i can tell you somebody has been victimized by this and.
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Law and order just serving and protecting now you're being accused of being a nazi a henchman for fewer now i don't have to remind you what happened was the germans the government came in to jewish homes rightful citizens started loading them up on trains is infuriating i mean at some at some point someone's going to say stop stop this world my bible teaches me to be in the world and not of the world you know what the world i'm living in right now is getting so weird so crazy i don't even want to be in it there's a great randy stone hill song back in nineteen seventy nine nine thousand nine hundred eighty stop the world i want to get off this is getting too weird this is cnn comparing ice agents serving and protecting carrying out righteously the law they're not sees and these people breaking breaking in illegally wanting to stay illegally heck even include those that go on to break other laws and take lives they're innocent jews we live in a sick time and this generation after generation decade after decade of teaching revised history indoctrinating and not even educating that anyone would buy this nonsense and there's not a single one of them at cnn that would leave their door open and let anybody that breaks in just come in and live start eating start driving their car start running up their credit cards start handing you all their health care bills and tuition dues it's crazy and i didn't even late show up with the other store jose garcia zarate's and the kate steinle case well now he's suing the federal government demanding that it produced documents pertaining to the vindictive prosecution and collusion from state government and prosecutors in the federal government against him the jury did convict era a felony possession of a weapon he did have seven previous felony convictions and he had been deported five times before finding sanctuary on the streets is san francisco kind of like it's mary you wonder if they'll ever be justice for the.
"jose garcia zarate" Discussed on WDRC
"It's crazy and i didn't even like check with the other story that so aggravating jose garcia zarate's and the kate steinle case well now he's suing the federal government demanding that it produced documents pertaining to the vindictive prosecution and collusion from state government and prosecutors in the federal government against him the jury did convict garcia ins are out of felony possession of a weapon he did have seven previous felony convictions and he had been deported five times before finding sanctuary on the streets of san francisco kind of like it's mary you wonder if they'll ever be justice for the law business of these elected officials and there's no question kate would be alive today if those evil nazi ice agents and we're able to do their job and didn't have a president constantly stopping them from doing their job or just letting people back in federal government immediately issued a warrant for gercy rods arrest for violating the terms of his twenty fifteen federal in federal prison release then charged him with federal crimes felony and possession of a firearm in ammunition and for being an illegal present alien in possession of a firearm ammunition as reported it is alleged that the federal agency colluded with the san francisco police the district attorney's office and the sheriff's office to unfairly targeted him now this is a great irony laughable out loud right because when all of these sanctuary cities have in common is that california's battling the federal government over state laws that restrict cooperation and communication between state local government while this guy's doing that they somehow were in collusion together can't have it both ways but and i can tell you as somebody that's been victimized by this and as the.