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"josh bates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"josh bates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Groups, the unite the right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, and this is where she came across Josh Bates. It was a person who was talking about they didn't have enough money to go to Charlottesville. And that someone else suggested. Hey, we have this crowdfunding site. Why don't you set up a fundraiser? When Megan click the link? She saw this whole list of white supremacist fundraisers. Website Josh had built because go fund me had started cutting them off. Was the beginning of what Meghan calls Alta Tech at the time we're talking about all tech was basically just replacements that were coded and controlled by people, probably in the movement are close to the moment or at least like Didn't care about these premises using their services. So they're replacing patri in with Hey, Triana, like it's kind of a 1 to 1 match there. But when it came to advertising the rally, the alright didn't need all tech. They had a Facebook event page and it was being promoted by hate groups that Facebook had allowed to remain on the site even after they were reported by civil rights advocates. I mean, I'm a solo researcher with a laptop in rural North Carolina, and I was able to find well over 2000 hate groups operating on Facebook in like a couple of months. So you know, I don't have a lot of sympathy. Facebook didn't know it was happening, right? Like that's ridiculous. Meghan decided to go to the rally in person in part to see if this convergence of hate she was seeing on Facebook. What happen in real life? Josh.

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"josh bates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"josh bates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From the center for investigative reporting NPR eggs. This is reveal I'm outlets and we're continuing with our show. We first broadcast last summer about domestic terrorism during the Trump administration. The FBI and academic researchers say there's no such thing as a terrorist profile. You can't tell who's going to become a terrorist with a personality tests or demographic checklist, But the young white men who attacked the synagogues and Pittsburgh and pal Way and the WalMart in El Paso That a lot in common not only where they motivated by the same conspiracy theory about white people being replaced, they develop those ideas in some of the same space is online. Two of them even posted their manifestos to the same website a chance Now you can't blame today's white supremacist terrorism on the Internet, but you also can't understand it without talking about the way the white supremacist movement uses theater Net and how it's changed over the last decade reveals standout corn is going to tell that story through the eyes of a man who lived it. Here. Stan Josh Bates decade as a white supremacist started in his mid twenties with a YouTube video about the presidential candidate he says he supported at the time. Barack Obama. I was scrolling through the comments section. You know, he's a Muslim. He wasn't bored here. Things of that nature that somebody said you guys sound like those storm front. And I was like what in the world of Storm front. Storm Front is a message board that former KKK leader set up in the nineties. Josh says he went there at first because he was curious, then argue Then the middle aged message board. Neo Nazis started winning him over. How could they be convincing in these arguments like, Can you help me understand that? Well, it Z wish I could answer that question. But I still ask myself that a lot. How? How could I end up falling for something like that? But I guess that's probably similar toe. How we look at people who fall into cults. You know, it's a conditioning process. It's a grooming process, and I let myself fall into that. The experts I talked to.

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"josh bates" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"josh bates" Discussed on Reveal

"The person who was talking about. They didn't have enough money to to charlottesville and that someone else suggested. Hey we have the crowd funding site one at you set up a fund raiser when megan click the link. She saw this whole list of white. Supremacist fundraisers on a website. Josh had built because go fund me had started cutting them off. It was the beginning of what megan calls. All tech at. The time we're talking about tech was basically just replacements that were coated and controlled by people. Probably in the movement are close to the momentum. At least like didn't care about waste premises using their services so they're replacing patriotic with hadrian. Like it's kind of one match there but when it came to advertising the rally the outright didn't need all tech they had a facebook event page and it was being promoted by hate groups that facebook had allowed to remain on the site even after they were reported by civil rights advocates. I mean i'm a solo researcher with a laptop in rural north carolina. And i was able to find well over two thousand hate groups operating on facebook in like a couple of months. So you know i don't have a lot of the that facebook's in no it was happening right like that's ridiculous. Meghan decided to go to the rally in person in part to see if this convergence of hate she was seeing on facebook would happen in real life. Josh bates went for the same reason. Never the history of white nationalism that many people all showing up at one. Place ahead sam clamp roba all these groups all the groups that you'd ever been a member of yet pretty much and.

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"josh bates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"josh bates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Decided to go to the rally in person. In part to see if this convergence of hate she was seeing on Facebook would happen in real life. Josh Bates went for the same reason Never in the history of white nationalism. And there've been sat many people all showing up in one place. You know you had in Assam clan robot. All these groups is like all the groups that you'd ever been a member of much And you see that many people show up to support a common cause. It kind of feels you up a little bit. Maybe a little enthusiasm. I may maybe this isn't dying. Maybe this. Maybe this could go forward. That's exactly right. I believe that That's exactly why we have to shut that stuff, Tohave. This is not the kind of people we need to be amassing power. The rally wasn't shutdown, but when it turned violent and a white supremacist kills Heather higher Reporter David, nine words says this whole plan to unite the racist right back fired. All of these groups started splitting. There is huge in fighting over whether they did the right thing, and in fact, the social media platforms actually then began taking It's seriously although that seriousness from varied from platform to platform reminded me of, like when you catch a kid doing something they're not supposed to be doing and all of a sudden they're incredibly sorry, but they already did.

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"josh bates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"josh bates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Meghan decided to go to the rally in person, in part to see if this convergence of hate she was seeing on Facebook would happen in real life. Josh Bates went for the same reason. Never in the history of white nationalism. And there didn't sat. Many people all showing up in one place. You know, you had a client wrote all these groups like all the groups that you'd ever been a member of much And you see that many people show up to support a common cause. It kind of feels you up a little bit. Maybe a little enthusiasm, like maybe this isn't dying. Maybe this. Maybe this could go forward. That's exactly right. I believe that That's exactly why you have to shut that stuff. Tohave. This's not the kind of people we need to be amassing power. The rally wasn't shut down, but when it turned violent, and a white supremacist killed Heather higher Reporter David, nine words says this whole plan to unite the racist right back fired. All of these groups started splitting. There is huge in fighting over whether they did the right thing, and in fact, the social media platforms actually then began taking It's seriously although That seriousness from varied from platform to platform reminded me of, like when you catch a kid doing something they're not supposed to be doing and all of a sudden, they're incredibly sorry, but they already.

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"josh bates" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"josh bates" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There was a person who was talking about they didn't have enough money to go to Charlottesville and that someone else suggested Hey we have this crowd funding site wanted to set up a fundraiser when Megan click the link she saw this whole list of white supremacist fundraisers on a website Josh had built because go fund me had started cutting them off is the beginning of what making calls all to tack at the time we're talking about it all tech was basically just replacements that were coded and controlled by people probably in the most men are close to the moment or at least like didn't care about ways process using their services so there are replacing patrie on with a tree on like it's kind of a one to one match there but when it came to advertising the rally the alt right didn't need all tack they had a Facebook event page it was being promoted by hate groups that Facebook had allowed to remain on the site even after they were reported by civil rights advocates I mean I'm a solo researcher with a laptop in rural North Carolina and I was able to find well over two thousand eight groups operating on Facebook and like a couple of months so you know I don't have sympathy that Facebook didn't know it was happening right like that's ridiculous I decided to go to the rally in person art to see if this convergence of hate she was seeing on Facebook what happened in real life Josh Bates went for the same reason never in the history of white nationalism had there been so many people all showing up at one you know you had in a Sam Clucas Klan robe all these groups like all the groups that you'd ever been a member of yeah pretty much and you see that many people show up to support a common call it kind of fills you up a little bit it may be a little easier maybe this is a dying maybe just maybe this could go forward that's exactly right I believe that that's exactly why you have to shut that stuff down this is not the kind of people we need to be amassing power the rally wasn't shut down but when it turned violent and a white supremacist killed heather higher reporter David nine where it says this whole plan to unite the racist right backfired all of these groups started splitting there is huge in fighting over whether they did the right thing and in fact the social media platforms actually then began taking it seriously hello that seriousness for varied from platform to platform it reminded me of like when you catch a kid doing something are supposed to be doing all this and they're currently sorry that they.

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"josh bates" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"josh bates" Discussed on KCRW

"Was talking about they didn't have enough money to go to Charlottesville. And that someone else suggested. Hey, we have this crowdfunding site. Why don't you set up a fundraiser? When Megan click the link? She saw this whole list of white supremacist fundraisers. On a website Josh had built because go fund me had started cutting them off. Was the beginning of what Megan calls all tech at the time we're talking about Caltech was basically just replacements that were coated in controlled by people, probably in the movement are close to the moment or at least like Don't care about ice princess using their services. So they're replacing Patri on with hatred and like it's kind of a 1 to 1 match there. But when it came to advertising the rally, the alright didn't need all tech. They had a Facebook event page and it was being promoted by hate groups that Facebook had allowed to remain on the site even after they were reported by civil rights advocates. I mean, I'm a solo researcher with a laptop in rural North Carolina, and I was able to find well over 2000 hate groups operating on Facebook in like a couple of months. So you know, I don't have a lot of sympathy. Facebook didn't know it was happening, right? Like that's ridiculous. Meghan decided to go to the rally in person, in part to see if this convergence of hate she was seeing on Facebook would happen in real life, Josh Bates Went for the same reason never in the history of white nationalism. Had there been sat many people all showing up in one place. You know, you had a sound client wrote all these groups. It's like all the groups that you'd ever been a member of a very much and you see that many people show up to support a common cause. It kind of feels you up a little bit. Maybe a little enthusiasm, like maybe this isn't dying. Maybe this. Maybe this could go forward. Exactly right. I believe that That's exactly why you have to shut that stuff down because This's not the kind of people we need to be amassing power. The rally wasn't shutdown, but when it turned violent and a white supremacist kills Heather higher Reporter David, nine words says this whole plan to unite the racist right back fired. All of these groups started splitting. There is huge in fighting over whether they did the right thing, and in fact, the social media platforms actually then began taking It's seriously although that seriousness from varied from platform to platform it reminded me of like when you catch a kid doing something they're not supposed to be doing and all of a sudden, they're incredibly sorry, but they already did it. You know, there wasn't a whole lot of foresight there there. Sorry after the fact. It's a pattern we've seen over and over in the last few years. A terrorist attack happens..

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"josh bates" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"josh bates" Discussed on Reveal

"Drug widely available on the Internet is at its heart, a conspiracy theory. It says your problems aren't your fault. It's immigrants Black People Jews they talk about Oh no Hollywood and the media all these Jews there in these positions of power, and you know when you google that kind of stuff you see, and you consume it eventually after a few months. Kinda get desensitized to it and everybody's agreeing with everyone for the most part you you get along. There's online community. Star was Kinda my first one. He didn't know their names, but they were his team. Now it's been the next ten years as what he calls a keyboard warrior for the white. Supremacist, movement, he'd be there for every step in its evolution from joining the K. k. k. and the Neo Nazi National Socialist Movement to more diffuse groups and websites that called themselves all right and identity -Tarian Some of these groups would go to some lengths to appear respectable and say we're not racist. We're not Nazis. We're not the KKK. And then some of those groups were Nazis. They were the K. k. k. and you were in all of them. Does that tell you that? The differences between these groups are more about that image and the tactics than absolutely the core ideas, or they attract? Absolutely, we've been using the terms white nationalism, onepointoh nationalism, two point Oh for a few years now and one point Oh is your. Early Groups Cook clan. They're very explicit associates. Movement waterhouse, whilst goes on their uniforms under flaxen. Your two point Oh guys. They're your identity. Oba's where dressing in. Khakis. Collared Shirts doc shoes. They got these nice cropped haircuts. They call it good optics. Anybody, who was in the early one point? Oh movements like myself I can see right through. They just put lipstick on a pig solid. But people who followed the White Supremacist Movement for decades like type investigations reporter David. They say that this all right makeover of the old racist right. It was transformative that radical right was very backward looking jerry stiff and formal. They didn't have any humor was not part of their repertoire. In fact, their primary recruitment demographic really was mandatory in the ages of forty and sixty with the advent of the alright, what we saw was this very tech savvy, very agile movement that instead of running away from sort of the culturally savvy component aspects of the Internet rather embraced them holy instead of writing racist newsletters that people had to sign up for. They were making memes, jokes and places like read it and four Chan and these forums that celebrated being politically incorrect. They're the perfect place for those ideas. Ideas to take root hybridize with other fringe ideas and grow into something that could be shared on more mainstream platforms like twitter and facebook, and it was. You know very brilliant, because it meant that suddenly the recruitment demographic was much larger, and had you know lot more political activists energy They were younger, people and Josh. Bates says that energy got a huge boost in two thousand sixteen with the rise of a new presidential candidate. They're bringing drugs. They bring in crime. Their rapists and some I assume are good people because trump was spouting off a lot of the same talking points as general white nationalist. He breathed new life into that move. And the thought leaders of the movement just took full advantage. Second, take him further and they did. They started to take their ideas into the real world. After trump's election.

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"josh bates" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"josh bates" Discussed on Reveal

"True. Botanical Garden Com slash reveal. From, the Center for investigative reporting NPR x this is reveal I'm alison. The FBI and academic researchers say there's no such thing as a terrorist profile. You can't tell who's going to become terrorists with a personality tests or demographic checklist. But the young white men who attacked the synagogues of Pittsburgh and Powei and the Walmart. No Paso. They had a lot in common, not only were they motivated by the same conspiracy theory about why people being replaced, they developed those ideas in some of the same spaces online to them, even posted their manifestos to the same website. Now. You can't blame today's white supremacist terrorism on the Internet, but you also can't understand it without talking about the way. The White Supremacist Movement uses the Internet and how that's changed over the last decade. Reveals. Stan alcorn is going to tell that story through the eyes of a man who lived it here, stand. Josh Bates Decade as a white supremacist started in his mid twenty s with a youtube video about the presidential candidate. He says he supported at the time Iraq, Obama. I was scrolling through the comments section. You know he's a Muslim. He wasn't or year. Things of that nature at somebody said you guys sound like those storm front assholes. The world's storm from. Storm Front is a message board that a former KKK leader set up in the nineties. Josh says he went there at first because he was curious than to argue. But then the middle aged message board neo. Started winning him over. How could they be convincing in these arguments like? Can you help me understand that? I wish I can answer that question. Is still ask myself that allow I ended up falling for something like that, but I guess. Similar to how we look at people who fall into calls, you know it's a conditioning process. It's a grooming process and I. Let Myself Fall into that. The experts I talked to say that first step is more about the person than what they're stepping into. Josh had.

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"josh bates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"josh bates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A UC for his child we need cards. He came into the calls on the back foot vehicles last hours they nearby. Josh Bates says it's twenty seven year old daughter -til Gunter has been missing since the fire. We file missing person. But we have heard anything so. We're going over to the sheriff's department after we search the shelters to see betas hoping she'll turn up at a friend's place or one of the shelters, but like many here he's anxious for answers. Eric westervelt NPR news, Chico. Congress is back in Washington for the first time since last week's midterm election as NPR's Scott detro- reports lawmakers have to figure out a government funding Bill while also selecting their new leaders Democrats, take control of the house in January. But for now Republican still set, the house agenda and GOP leaders will have to navigate a government funding deadline that the White House may use to once again, try to secure money for a border wall. Among other things at the same time. Republicans and Democrats are sorting out who will lead their parties next year with GOP leadership elections set for later this week Kevin McCarthy appears on track to be the next house minority leader on the democratic side minority leader Nancy Pelosi is confident she'll be the next speaker. But she's. Fighting off an attempt by a small group of dissatisfied Democrats to deny her the votes, she would need to win the January floor vote. Scott detro- NPR news, Washington. Amazon has announced it will split its second headquarters between New York City and northern Virginia. NPR's Alina Seljuk reports the online retail giant says it will open facilities and Long Island city and Arlington. But company says the two locations give them more access to top Thailand. That's the explanation that they've come up with this is a bit anticlimactic since as you're describing the process lasted over a year. It had this Olympic style bidding all these communities across the US and Canada came through. But you know, this place is Amazon in the heart of both the financial and the political capitals of this country. NPR's only to sell you speaking to NPR's morning edition on Wall Street, the Dow was up ninety nine points, the NASDAQ up seventy nine this is NPR news. In washington. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I opening statements in the trial of the alleged Mexican drug Lord known as El Chapo have been delayed because of a problem seating. A full jury one of the jurors selected for the Brooklyn trial of Joaquin. Guzman was excused shortly before the trial was set to open today. The reason was unclear the lawyers and judges were working to select a replacement from a pool of potential jurors who had previously been considered for the trial. But had not made did not make the final cut. A new report suggests that it costs women more to get around New York City than men because of harassment on public transportation. A survey conducted by the NY NYU Rudin center for transportation found that some women spent as much as fifty dollars a month to take taxis or for hire vehicles to get around at night because they feel uncomfortable on buses and subways report author Sarah Kaufman says the MTA could help by making bus routes more flexible at night. Women who can't make the choice to take a taxi or for hire vehicle because of cost or any other reason are really in a bind because they're in a place that they feel is unsafe. But they don't really have a choice about seventy five percent of women who responded to the survey say they have been harassed on. Public transit mayor de Blasios defending the office of public advocate after New York. City officials say they want to introduce a Bill to eliminate the position speaking on New York one last night. The mayor said the work is essential to the city. I had that job. And I think it was an important opportunity to have checks and balances and public advocates have done that with whoever's mayor, whether it's the same party or different party council. Member Ritchie Torres is co-sponsoring the Bill along with four other members forty five degrees right now in New York City. This is WNYC support for NPR comes from log Mehan makers of Goto meeting a collaboration meeting platform allowing people to connect around. The globe to get work done. Learn more at GoToMeeting dot com..

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"josh bates" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"josh bates" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of paradise fled with nothing. They now need everything. Michael Varner is almost certain his houses gone a fire donation center at the Chico elks lodge. He picked up some clothes and a UC for his child. We need carseat candidate calls on the back foot last vehicles. As they fear by. Josh Bates says his twenty seven year old daughter -til Gunter has been missing since the fire. We file missing person. But we have heard anything yet. So we're going over to the sheriff's department after we search the shelters to see binder betas, hoping she'll turn up at a friend's place or one of the shelters, but like many here he's anxious for answers. Eric westervelt NPR news, Chico. Congress is back in Washington for the first time since last week's midterm election as NPR's Scott detro- reports lawmakers have to figure out a government funding Bill while also selecting their new leaders Democrats, take control of the house in January. But for now Republican still set, the house agenda and GOP leaders will have to navigate a government funding deadline that the White House may use to once again, try to secure money for a border wall. Among other things at the same time. Republicans and Democrats are sorting out who will lead their parties next year with GOP leadership election. Is set for later this week. Kevin McCarthy appears on track to be the next house minority leader on the democratic side minority leader Nancy Pelosi is confident she'll be the next speaker. But she's fighting off an attempt by a small group of dissatisfied Democrats to deny her the votes, she would need to win the January floor vote. Scott detro- NPR news, Washington. Amazon has announced it will split its second headquarters between New York City and northern Virginia. NPR's Alina Seljuk reports the online retail giant says it will open facilities, Long Island city and Arlington. The company says the two locations give them more access to top Thailand. That's the explanation that they've come up with and this is a bit anticlimactic since as you're describing the process lasted over a year. It had this Olympic style bidding all these communities across the us and Canada came through. But you know, this place is Amazon in the heart of both the financial and the political. Capitals of this country. NPR's only to sell you speaking to NPR's morning edition on Wall Street, the Dow was up ninety nine points, the NASDAQ up seventy nine this is NPR news in Washington from K Q news in San Francisco, I'm Brian watt after six weeks of striking unite here local to union workers and the Marriott are negotiating again. But take you at East Carolina champlin reports. Some workers are feeling the pressure. Glenmore KADO is Marriott employees. He preps tables and stages before vents, but for the last forty days he's been demonstrating.

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"josh bates" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"josh bates" Discussed on KCRW

"Fled with nothing. They now need everything. Michael Varner is almost certain houses gone a fire donation center at the Chico elks lodge. You picked up some clothes and a use seat for his child we need Tarzi candidate Polsana back vehicles. Nearby. Josh Bates says his twenty seven year old daughter -til Gunter has been missing since the fire we file missing person. But we haven't heard anything. So we're going over to the sheriff's department after we search the shelters to see if we can find her baked is hoping she'll turn up a friend's place or one of the shelters, but like many here he's anxious for answers. Eric westervelt NPR news, Chico. Opening statements are coming today in the federal drug trial of Mexican national Joaquin Guzman is accused of numerous murders and of laundering billions of dollars in drug money. Nicole Hong is covering the trial for the Wall Street Journal. She told NPR's morning edition. There's a major charge pending against the man also known as El Chapo, but there's also account which is normally known as the kingpin statue, the technical legal term is continuing criminal enterprise. And if he is convicted on that charge alone. It's mandatory life in prison. Guzman is notorious for escaping prison. Twice in Mexico cable. News networks CNN is suing President Trump. It's over the White House revocation of press credentials for C N N White House correspondent Jim Acosta. The White House had accused cost of placing his hands on an intern video shows the reporter did not do that. And was holding a microphone a cost has been a frequent target of criticism from President Trump on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials are down sixty seven points. You're listening to NPR and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer was state and local headlines. The fight continues to try to corral a wildfire that has destroyed an estimated four hundred thirty five homes in LA, and Ventura counties and driven more than two hundred thousand people from their homes containment on the Wolsey fire has increased thirty percent, but Ventura County fire captain Brian McGrath says there could still be a long fight ahead. I was literally putting out fire on my roof gutters,.

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"josh bates" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"josh bates" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With nothing. They now need everything. Michael Varner is almost certain houses gone at a fire donation center at the Chico elks lodge picked up some clothes and a use seat for his child. We need Carty candidate calls on back on foot vehicles. Pasta house nearby. Josh Bates says it's twenty seven year old daughter -til Gunter has been missing since the fire now, we've file missing person. But we haven't heard anything. So we're going over to the sheriff's department after we search the shelters to see if we can find her betas hoping she'll turn up at a friend's place or one of the shelters, but like many here he's anxious for answers. Eric westervelt NPR news, Chico. Opening statements are coming today in the federal drug trial of Mexican national Joaquin Guzman is accused of numerous murders and of laundering billions of dollars in drug money. Nicole Hong is covering the trial for the Wall Street Journal. She told NPR's morning edition. There's a major charge pending against the man also known as El Chapo, but there's also count which is normally known as the kingpin statute, the technical legal term is continuing criminal enterprise. And if he is convicted on batch hearts alone, it's mandatory life in prison. Guzman is notorious for escaping prison twice in Mexico cable. News network CNN is suing President Trump. It's over the White House revocation of press credentials for CNN White House correspondent, Jim. Kosta the White House had accused of Kosta placing his hands on an intern video shows the reporter did not do that. And was holding a microphone Kosta has been a frequent target of criticism from President Trump on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials are down sixty seven points. You're listening to NPR. From kqed news, I'm Brian watt. With heavy smoke from the fire in Butte county, still coming into bay area.

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"josh bates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"josh bates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Revelations coming out and the suspicion generating appointment of Matthew Whitaker has acting attorney general the Brian Lehrer show live from the Greene space at ten AM on WNYC. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. Emergency workers in northern California have found thirteen more bodies. This makes the so-called campfire the deadliest single blaze in the history of that state with a total of forty two lives lost firefighters are still struggling to contain it and coping with a second deadly fire near Los Angeles. And there are still more than two hundred people missing and many of those people are from the community of paradise where NPR's Eric westervelt spent some time yesterday he is now in Chico California by either Eric good morning gave it so these these numbers of people missing him. It's just astonishing what are saying about where these people might be. Yeah. The scale is astonishing. I'm I was in paradise yesterday. And it's just it's incredible. Most every home in this town, some twenty seven thousand burned to the ground. It's really the exception. If the if the house where the business remain standing when I was there firefighters were searching block by block for hot spots that were still cropping up. There was still little fires coming up, and they were also looking out David for for human remains or for pets that needed to be rescued. Local sheriff has his asked for another one hundred and fifty search and rescue specialists to help, you know, search for human remains. He's also asked for for more cadaver dogs and portable morgue units at the same time. You know, he would not say whether he expects the fire's death toll to rise. But he did say he wanted to complete the searches soon as possible and hearing Chico there are several donations help sites for those displaced from the fire, and I met a man named Josh Bates yesterday, he told me his twenty seven year old daughter till Guntur is still missing we're going over to the show. Sheriff's department.

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"josh bates" Discussed on Up First

Up First

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"josh bates" Discussed on Up First

"Emergency workers in northern California have found thirteen more bodies. This makes the so-called campfire the deadliest single blaze in the history of that state with a total of forty two lives lost firefighters are still struggling to contain it and coping with a second deadly fire near Los Angeles. And there are still more than two hundred people missing many of those people are from the community of paradise where NPR's Eric westervelt spent some time yesterday, and he is now in Chico California nearby. Eric good morning. So these these numbers of people missing him. It's just a stunning what are thirty saying about where these people might be. Yeah. The scale is astonishing. I'm I was in paradise yesterday. And it's just it's incredible. Most every home in this town of some twenty seven thousand burned to the ground. It's really the exception of the house or the business remained standing when I was there firefighters were searching block by block for hot spots that were still cropping up there still. Little fires coming up, and they were also looking out David for for human remains for pets that needed to be rescued. Local sheriff has has asked for another one hundred fifty search and rescue specialists to help search for human remains. He's also ask for for more cadaver dogs and portable morgue units at the same time. You know, he would not say whether expects the fire death toll to rise. But he did say he wanted to complete the searches soon as possible and hearing, Chico. There are several donations would have helped sites for those displaced from the fire, and I met a man named Josh Bates yesterday, he told me his twenty seven year old daughter -til Gunter is still missing we're going over the sheriff's department after we search the shelters to see if we can find her David Bateson. His daughter says his daughters last seen on Thursday evening around six in and around the fire zone. He's holding out. Hope she might be with a friend might have lost her cell phone. Just hasn't been able to connect with family might be in some shelter. But you know, there are many people. Mr. Bates up here who are anxious. They're waiting to find out about their loved ones. And they feel like they want more information, and they want soon everyday, they have to wait is is just to kind of slow torture. I can't even imagine save many people in that community who are missing loved ones just have no idea right now. And then you just have an entire community that has been displaced with a lot of people who evacuated. I mean, how are people holding up being just away from homes that could be destroyed with the might be nothing left. It's tough. I mean, people are certainly pulling together the community there several days donation sites just filling up with clothes shoes with pillows with toiletries. You know, people need everything they need the basics. They just many times just ran with you know, their pet in the clothes. They had on that day at the at the elks club yesterday at a man name Michael Barner who picked up a used booster seat for his child. We need carseat came into close on a back on foot vehicles. The house everything Eric do people in paradise think this community is is going to come back somehow. It's unclear it's so soon it's only been, you know, a few days since the fire swept there, and you know, many talked to say we're just trying to get through the day. We're trying to we haven't been able to go back to see their homes. Whether it's destroyed or not in many cases in paradise. It is it is gone. You know, I talked one woman eighty five year old name Betty brand who told me yesterday. Look, it's just you know, it's too early to think about my next moves do you hope to rebuild or you feel like right now we're so now we're taking Monday at time NPR's. Eric westervelt is covering the fire that is still burning in northern California. Another community that was hit so hard paradise, Eric. Thanks, you welcomed it..

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"josh bates" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"josh bates" Discussed on Brains On!

"You're listening to brains on from American public media. I'm Ali, boo. And with me today is reporter, Annie Baxter. Hi there. I Anne Anne had taken us to a park near Akron, Ohio, where a whole bunch of kids we're using water test kits to see how healthy the cuyahoga river is. Remember. One way to check on the health is to look for signs of life in and around the water. The kids full on some rubber boots before waiting into the river. The dupes are not meant to look good. They are not meant to be good for walking. There's asking them to kick around the rocks at the bottom of the river that will turn up some there, critters living there. They're using nets to scoop up tiny creatures, mostly invertebrates. Those are critters that don't have backbones. They're the kind of stuff. Fish would eat Maya white, who's eleven then compares the critter in front of her two pictures on a guide cheap. It looks like the mid larva, but it has the way. So it has like tell me how many legs it has. Itchy that four or six turns out it's young Catez fly. It's still in larva form and finding a catastrophic is a positive sign. Cata Spicer really sensitive to pollution, so they're, they're, that's good Ditto for the other critters, they find crane flies and may flies ranger, Heather says, all these critters add up to something important because those invertebrates find the water clean enough to live in many other creatures up the food chain have returned to the cuyahoga. They have food source at one time. There was no oxygen in parts of the water. So there were no may fly. So there were no fish and there are no bald eagles hunting fish. How many of you have seen a bald eagle in Kaga valley, national park? Several kids raised their hands. Another ranger in the park, Josh Bates says it took almost fifty years to get that wildlife back since the last notorious fire on the cuyahoga in nineteen sixty nine. But looking at the big picture, this Rangers opinion that's pretty quick. And that's something that we do continue to recognize and celebrate. The return of the cuyahoga. Well, even though the cuyahoga isn't totally perfect, it sounds like things are looking up and that is very good news. That's right. You want to hear some good news always. It's time to go back to that mystery sound. Let's hear it again..

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"josh bates" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"josh bates" Discussed on The Watch

"All right now we're joined by our good buddy front of the pod jason man's uca's who's calling in from an undisclosed location to talk to us a little bit about the day of the soul dotto marketing campaign jason it is happening it's thursday jason thank you for doing that but you're not here with us right now and we miss you terribly but we believed in a simple idea just like the founding fathers of this nation the three was believed that the three of us should talk about your film franchise and i knew that even though you were unable to come in you're going out of town maybe you're a little under the weather when you texted me just street advertising of the skeleton draped in the flag this afternoon i knew we were going to make this happen with arms outstretched holding gun like they're facing forward aiming either of those that was the advertisement on this movie has been straight up crazy yes and i'm in you some of your hollywood insider perspective to talk us through this because i think you hurt us we also were fascinated by the iterations of the title of this movie have you been there are little theme 'let within the skeletal i yes yeah yeah now that's where i think it really gets real interesting because some of them was like it's not enough to have a skeleton draped in the american and mexican flags pointing guns in opposite directions lot of symbolism but then we're going to have narrative within the queen bones yeah between bo narrative because they're like you know what people are gonna wanna walk up and look into the ice hockey and beth where they're gonna see vinnie vinny del toro and josh brolin and beth with gonna mean there jason you're a master improviser so i want you to play along with me here you you are josh brolin and they come to you and they're like josh bates we're so happy to have you back for sicario to day of the sold dotto here's a quick note from us just from marketing we're not gonna we're not going to see now right a minute we're in the same series yes all right but here i go i'm like wait that's what that's what we're calling it yeah so we did some market testing hang on taylor semi scripted it just it's the cario to what did you just say dave the sole dotto.

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