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Judge in Roger Stone case wants more information about the scope of clemency
"Federal judge wants more information about President Trump's decision to commute the prison sentence of his longtime friend Roger Stone. U S District Court Judge Amy Berman. Jackson ordered It's Stone's lawyers provide her by tomorrow with a copy of the executive order that commuted stone sentence. She also asked for clarity about the scope of the clemency, including whether it covers just his prison sentence, or also the two year period of supervised release that was part of his sentence. The president commuted stones, 40 month prison sentence for lying to Congress and witness intimidation. Just days before Stone was to report to prison. Fox's John Decker in Washington the
Judge seeks more details on Trump's clemency for Roger Stone
"A federal judge is demanding more information about president trump's decision to commute Roger stone's prison sentence judge Amy Berman Jackson presided over the trial were stone was convicted for making false statements witness tampering and other crimes just days before stone was to report to prison the president commuted his longtime allies forty month sentence Friday night Jackson wants a copy of the president's executive order by tomorrow and clarity on whether it covers just stones prison sentence or also the two years supervised release that were part of his sentence Sager made Ghani Washington
Judge orders Roger Stone to surrender July 14, denying his request for an extended delay
"To jail U. S. district judge Amy Berman Jackson is denying Roger stone's request to put off the start of a three year sentence until September over concerns about coronavirus she's giving him an additional two weeks but ordering the president's ally and one time adviser to report to prison by July fourteenth stone was convicted of seven criminal counts of obstruction witness tampering and lying to Congress last year he was supposed to report to a federal prison
Judge Orders Trump Adviser Roger Stone to Report to Prison by July 14
"A federal judge's giving Roger stone a longtime political adviser to president trump is short reprieve NPR's Carrie Johnson reported stone will not have to report to prison until July fourteenth Roger stone says he's worried about contracting cove in nineteen in a crowded prison facility so he asked a judge to delay his surrender until September but judge Amy Berman Jackson has decided to give stone just two more weeks of freedom the judge has ordered stone to serve home confinement between now and then since he lives in Florida which has become a hot spot for the virus this week Congress heard testimony from the justice department whistleblower who said stone got special treatment from higher ups to justice because he's a friend of the president trump has said stones cases quote very unfair raising questions about whether he might win a
Roger Stone to report to prison July 14, 2-week delay granted
"A federal judge has ordered Trump confident Roger Stone to report to prison on July the 14th U. S. District Judge Amy Berman, Jackson granted Stone a two week delay because of the pandemic. But not the two months that stone had requested. With prosecutors ascent The 67 year old has been assigned to a federal prison in Jessup, Georgia, while he appeals the November conviction for lying and witness
Judge denies new trial for Roger Stone
"A federal judge has denied a bid by Roger stone for a new trial the longtime Republican political operative and adviser to president trump accused the jury forewoman of being tainted by anti trump political bias charging she could not be impartial in deciding stones guilt or innocence during the trial U. S. District Court judge Amy Berman Jackson sentenced down to forty months in prison for misleading congressional investigators in their probe of Russian meddling in the
Stone judge calls back jurors to address misconduct claims
"They did your is that there is no such thing as a very good during I think Roger stone sentencing last week president trump has been amplifying claims from stone and his legal team that the jury forewoman was biased in a court session Tuesday U. S. district judge Amy Berman Jackson said jurors have been harassed and she worried for their continued safety but she said with the president shining a spotlight on the jury she was taking an extra step the jurors told the court nothing off occurred and no social media posts or news coverage was discussed in their deliberations stone's attorneys grilled the four woman on her posts but she maintains she done her job fairly Jackson says he'll rule on stone's request for a new trial at a later date Ben Thomas Washington
"judge amy berman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The whole way and and I actually went through more security that I saw was the ones that go through Adela says Weinstein is upbeat but in disbelief about the verdict because he says he's innocent I'm marquees are let out Harvey Weinstein still faces rape charges here in California involving women who say he assaulted them in LA and Beverly hills some of his accusers here in LA are now speaking out actress rose and our cat today is truly a landmark moment for survivors of rape fellow accuser Larissa Gomes in my mind I am no longer trapped in a hotel room with Harvey Weinstein forever because I am here now all these fierce women find streams legal team says it will appeal the New York verdict correspondent Alex stone wins news time for thirty five federal judge heard arguments Tuesday on whether to grant Roger stone a new trial based on his claims of juror bias in the trial that led to his conviction and sentencing on charges related to the Russia investigation correspondent Sarah Murray reports from outside the courthouse about the questions the jury forewoman had to answer she was not identified by name during the proceedings what we know from previous reporting her name is to Micah Hart and she was questioned at length by both the judge as well as one of Roger stone's attorneys about her social media postings this is the basis in part of Roger stone's appeal for a new trial he's alleged juror misconduct judge Amy Berman Jackson said jurors in the case faced harassment and she worried for their continued safety because of comments about them made by president trump and media personalities who support the president an auction of historic items will be held today summer all of which could be yours among the items a typewriter owned by on the road author Jack Kerouac and royal typewriter for the nineteen fifties used by Ernest Hemingway university archives owner John Resnick offices opening bid is sixteen thousand dollars when I got the keys in Miami where it can be argued as one of our greatest American authors and so I connect with these things and many of my buyers who buy these things feel the same way as a residence include signed letters from opera Gandhi Marilyn Monroe Neil Armstrong and Russian.
"judge amy berman" Discussed on WTOP
"Federal judge Amy Berman Jackson oversaw the Roger stone trial and sentenced him to forty months in prison call the jury in the case back in for questioning eleven of the fourteen jurors who decided the case connected to the Russia investigation this past November were brought in to answer questions on allegations of juror misconduct stone has claimed the jury forewoman was biased and requested a new trial his first such request was denied details of that hearing released by the judge showed jurors said nothing fishy happened in the jury room and no one spoke to or was influenced by the news media or tweets by president trump Jackson later question the four woman who confirmed that she had posted articles critical of trump's policies online but said she had done her job as a juror fairly and did not look at media during the trial Jackson says she will rule soon whether to grant a new trial as we've been reporting it was another tough day on Wall Street after the CDC said it was likely the corona virus would spread in the US and now in the S. and P. both fell more than three percent the nasdaq closed down almost three percent however we're learning that social media manipulation may also be playing a role in the market Steve dropped the cyber security firm blackbird A. I. he's released a report indicating since February second a staggering amount of false narratives and social media manipulation regarding the spread of coronaviruses flooded the internet more than two and a half million social media post contain conspiracy theories that the U. S. or China created the virus and it got out of control another fabrication blames it on eating meat and one of the most damaging developments was a U. S. senator and other problem people repeating false information in the media financial experts tell WTOP investors can easily be spooked by these kinds of operations JJ green WTOP news since his death last fall the late Maryland democratic congressman Elijah Cummings has been honored with a memorial service in the U. S. capitol building eulogies from former presidents and legislation named in his honor this week members of Congress are expected to celebrate the late lawmakers life in yet another way by naming a hallowed hearing room in the halls of Congress after him Maryland matters reports the house oversight committee is expected to officially name it's hearing room in the Rayburn house office building after Cummings Cummings chair the powerful panel the house's main investigative arm last year until his death he was the top Democrat on the committee serving in the minority for several years as well you have probably seen or read stories about tiny house living a lot of people think they're one answer to rising home and land prices but not everyone in one of our area's wealthiest counties likes the concept you're on route seven in Loudon county near the town of round hill this motel has been closed for years it's the sight word twenty eight micro cottages will soon be built at.
U.S. judge seems skeptical about giving Trump adviser Stone a new trial
"Trump adviser Roger stone wants a new trial claiming alleged bias against the president by the jury forewoman correspondent Sarah Murray reports from outside the courtroom that most members of the panel were called back you can actually see what's happening in the courtroom we could only hear it because she wants to keep their identities secret the judge does but she said look in this next room I have eleven members of the jury that I've called here today judge Amy Berman Jackson is already question two of those members of the jury essentially saying were you pressured in any of these deliberations how did you reach your conclusion in this how did you guys pick the four person this jury did anyone bring it outside
Judge Rejects Roger Stone's Attempt To Remove Her From His Case
"There the judge presiding over a long time trump allies just Roger stone's case denies a motion he filed seeking to have her disqualified is Mike Bauer after president trump amplified claims of a bias trial on Twitter judge Amy Berman Jackson said stone and his lawyers had failed to back up their allegations of bias with any factual or legal support but Jackson noted that her very general comment on jurors serving with integrity did not purport to and did not have anything to do with stones motion for new trial writing the pleading appears to be nothing more than an attempt to use the court's docket to disseminate a statement for public consumption that has the words judge and
Judge rejects Roger Stone's request to remove her from case
"The judge in Roger stone's request for retrial has refused to recuse herself from the case Bloomberg said Baxter has the story judge Amy Berman Jackson saying it was not warranted the Republican operatives attorney said the late Friday filing that statements the judge made about the jury during a sentencing hearing show a strong bias the judge who sentenced tone on Thursday to forty months in prison has yet to rule on his request for retrial his attorneys say stones request for a new trial is based on claims of juror misconduct during the
"judge amy berman" Discussed on KOMO
"American morning seven minutes after the hour Roger stone will spend just over three years in jail if the sentence holds and if president trump doesn't pardon him that ruling from a judge who was facing two sentencing recommendations from the government Bob Constantini has details president from friend and political confidante Roger stone would serve forty months in prison for lying to Congress and witness tampering in the Russia investigation he would also have to pay a twenty thousand dollar fine the punishment is being delayed pending an appeal for a new trial judge Amy Berman Jackson took the hardest second department of justice recommendation for a lesser sentence than the seven to nine years originally recommended by prosecutors who quit over perceived meddling by president trump stone was caught up in the rush of pro because of prior knowledge he had regarding what democratic emails would be leaked by wikileaks the witness tampering dealt with threats to an associate who was called to testify on Capitol Hill still remain loyal to the president and defiant even to the point where his negative comments about the judge prompted her to tell him to stop just two more of the DC federal courthouse to tones from people on the street he did not stop to speak with media but he has a friend in the White House one who's taking a direct interest in how the case plays out president trump suggested last week that the original sentence recommendation seven to nine years was too high stone was a lasting day but to come from the Robert Muller special counsel investigation the president tweeted out more displeasure a couple hours before stone faced the judge asking why James call me and Hillary Clinton and Andrew McCabe or being prosecuted the president responding mirroring his tweet that stone deserves a new trial and I'm following this very closely and I want to see it play out to its fullest because Roger is a very good chance of exoneration in my opinion interestingly Mr trump was an event in Las Vegas celebrating sentencing in prison reforms he signed into law his back pocket the possibility of a pardon at some point I'll make a determination but Roger stone and everybody has to be treated fairly this has not been a fair process president trump did not say what was unfair about the process stone was convicted for lying to Congress and threatening a witness those in the court room say judge Jackson seemed resigned to the likelihood of a pardon for stone paying attention with democratic congressman from Connecticut Jim mines of the intelligence committee that first brought accusations against Roger stone we hear the words of judge Jackson saying that the truth is still there and the truth matters it's a pretty ugly several weeks since trump has been unchanged by the Senate's quintal and tacit endorsement of his corrupt behavior Bob Constantini Washington it's ten past caucuses are set for tomorrow in Nevada and many are crossing their fingers that the process will be more successful than I was apt to buckle as Jim Roop reports while officials are confident things will run smoothly there he is a new twist that could add to the confusion William McCarty the chair of the Nevada Democratic Party stated confidently what happened and I will not be in Nevada what did happen well the first of its kind app was developed for pre things to report results that broke down but also people had problems even downloading it add to that a very large voter turnout crash we put together a process that process in Nevada and I pad with a caucus calculator a customized set of Google forms the precinct captains fill out the help of the caucus math that will hopefully also easily add in the early voting numbers in the first time for date early voting process which itself is a little weird because that's not a caucus with the primary primary you're alone in a voting booth and a caucus you're one in a discussion group this is sort of a hybrid I guess the reason for the early voting process was to give folks who can't spend several hours on Saturday to caucus the chance to weigh in they had to have made three choices and find the balance and it's expected there are many many incomplete ballots that will slow things down on Saturday Democratic National Party chair Tom caress says he believes the early voting thing for four years ago in twenty sixteen eighty four thousand people came out to caucus in in the four days of early voting over seventy thousand people voted press says that's a sign of energy that he believes will result in a much larger turnout than four years ago or it could mean that there will be far fewer people caucusing on Saturday because most got out early to vote so as not to have to give up a big portion of their weekend this remains to be seen but it's really important to get it right that too remains to be seen Jim route Las Vegas twelve past now it's like deja vu all over again sources say the intelligence community has informed Congress of their belief that Russia he's working toward interfering in the twenty twenty election working towards getting president trump reelected John Lawrence re force last week lawmakers were told Russia is hacking and attacking U. S. selection infrastructure according to one source familiar with the matter this angered Republicans on the committee who will push back and when the president learned about this briefing he was very upset the source says president trump was frustrated that house intelligence chairman Adam Schiff have been allowed to attend the hearing the California Democrat tweeting Thursday that if president trump is interfering with the intelligence reports to Congress he is jeopardizing our efforts to stop foreign meddling right findings from US intelligence which echo warnings from last summer president trump has repeatedly rejected the idea of Russia's influence on U. S. politics I got reelected Russian didn't help me at all the Russian hopes is a hoax democratic rep Kathleen rice says Republicans need to take a stand that backbone and speak to this president say this is enough is enough I'm John Lauris thirteen pass now new CDC warnings on travel over coronavirus when American morning returns after these messages look around you it's a wireless world and everyone needs a great pair of wireless earbuds so go with ray cons ray con started about half the price of any other premium wireless earbuds.
Roger Stone Is Sentenced to Over 3 Years in Prison
"The president's one time political adviser Roger stone sense to just over three years in federal prison stone convicted on lie a of lubricant on all seven counts including lying to Congress when this tampering and obstructing the house investigation to whether the trump campaign coordinated with Russia and the twenty sixteen electrons are still own the so called dirty trickster in long time friend of president trump smiling as he walked into court amid cheers and jeers but the smile drained from his face as he got a blistering dressing down from judge Amy Berman Jackson Jackson making clear stones conviction on seven felony counts including lying to Congress and witness tampering warranted severe punishment the judge bluntly saying stone was not prosecuted as some of claimed for standing up for the president he was prosecuted for covering up for the president let's correspondent Pierre Thomas
Trump says Roger Stone has 'very good chance of exoneration' hours after sentencing
"Get some more and larger stones set and see our senior justice. Evan Perez is here our crime and justice. Chiba Polka. Pez is also working the story for Evan. You're inside the courtroom when you heard Judge Amy. Berman Jackson read out her decision. It was a dramatic moment. It was it was over an hour where she was essentially going through methodically. The aspects of this case including some of the arguments made by Roger Stone by the president and some of his allies that Roger Stone was being targeted for some For for his First Amendment right to stand up for president trump that he was essentially being targeted for being a political trickster. She says none of those things are true. I'll read you just a part of her remarks during the sentencing. Today she says quote stone wasn't obstructing not some secret anti-trump Cabal but he lied to Congress. You'll remember that. He was convicted of lying to Congress during testimony to the House. A House of Representatives as well as witness tampering threatening one of the witnesses in this in this case and so she took all of this on. She talked a little bit about some of his Some of his emails some of the threats that he made to Randy critical one of his associates And during that time well if we were all watching Roger Stone and he and he behaved himself mostly in court but during that time as she read some of his obscene emails. You can see him turnaround smirk and look at their two rows of his followers inside the courtroom today She also took to con the issue of of the politics. That are play in this case. she says quote he was Roger. Stone says he was not prosecuted as some have claimed for standing up for the president he was prosecuted for covering up for the president. One of the things we were watching today to wolf was the prosecution. John Crabs stood up today and essentially walked back to the original sentencing memo the recommendation that was made for seventy two seven seven to nine years From the prosecution team which resigned which quit the case in the middle of controversy over over President Trump's interference in his and the prosecutors the prosecutors stood up and he said he apologized for all the drama that happened in the past week wolf and he said that the original sentencing memo was essentially submitted. In good faith it was exactly according to Justice Department policy and it was within the guidelines that are established is interesting because we know the president. He clearly tried to influence the outcome of this trial from the very beginning. And the judge Amy Berman Jackson. She addressed that specifically. She did and it's not just the outcome of this trial. Let's the entire the entire Muller investigation where you see. The president has has inserted himself tweeting. It's talking about it at campaign rallies publicly talking about and the judge really today. That's what some of this was about. She wanted to address some of the influence and also the attempted influence and also the prosecutors who now have taken over this case day to said that the Department of Justice is. There's no political interference you know we're here to be fair and the judges continued. I mean we saw her going. After Roger Stone we saw her in some ways going after the president and then taking on the whole the political drama surrounding this case and what she said and this judge docs and she said the dismay and disgust at any attempt to interfere with the efforts of prosecutors and members of the JUDICIARY TO FULFIL. Their duty should transcend. Party this is a big moment in the sentencing. This was the overall I should say theme. I felt throughout her sensing proceeding was a larger message. Here because judiciary is under attack and this was a moment in time for the judge to defend the judiciary defend other judges and defend the system. Which is really under attack right continues to be under attack by the president. Today he railed against what's going on in the problem. Pardon you certainly. Did our guys stick around Evan and Shimon reporting for now. Let's go to the White House. Our chief White House correspondent Jim. Acosta is also working the story for a strip. The president was quick to speak out about Roger Stone's sentencing. That's right well. The president responded to speculation that he is about to pardon Roger Stone. The president suggested he will wait and see how the appeals process plays out for his former advisor saying he hopes stone is exonerated and while the president didn't offer stone at immediate. Pardon he didn't exactly close the door on that possibility either. President trump threw his support behind his convicted former adviser. Roger Stone but stopped short of offering a pardon to the dirty trickster just hours after he was sentenced in federal court. I'm not GONNA do anything. In terms of the great powers bestowed upon a president of the United States. I want the process to play out. I think that's the best thing to do. Because I'd love to see Roger Exonerated and I'd love to see it happen because I personally think. He was treated very unfairly and an event honoring rehabilitated prisoners. In Las Vegas. The president ripped into the jury forewoman at the stone trial accusing her of being an anti-trump activist that was in response to her facebook. Post defending the prosecutors in the stone case so if this woman was tainted I hope the judge will find that you was tainted. And if she isn't tainted that will be fine to now. You would know about a bad jury. Anybody here know about that now. The president question. How could be sentenced to forty months in prison in part for lying to Congress but MR trump unleashed a flat out falsehood of his own when he said stone was not involved with this campaign in Twenty fifteen? The trump campaign said it fired stone. Roger was never involved in the trump campaign for president. He wasn't involved early on long before he announced he may have done a little consulting work or something but he was not involved when I ran for president. And he's a person who again he knows. A lot of people having to do with politics. Stone is now part of a growing group of trump associates sentenced or awaiting prison sentences. Democrats worried the president is floating the idea of parts to try to keep those associates quiet while I think that he's dangled the pardon Often with Mrs with regard to Mr Stone and Mr Flynn in part to In my opinion to signal to them that if they stay on the team that they don't reveal further information that they might possess about the president that they'll be taken care of the judge overseeing stones trial took a jab at Mr Trump at one point sang at the former trump campaign adviser sentencing that he was prosecuted for covering up for the president. Mr Trump had been teasing the possibility of a stone. Pardon tweeting video of Fox host calling for leniency. The whole thing is enough to shake your faith in our justice system. Unfortunately president trump could end this tragedy travesty in an instant with pardon and there are indications tonight that he will do that. Trump allies are also reminding the president he has the power to pardon stone with GOP. Senator Lindsey Graham tweeting under our system of justice. President trump has all the legal authority in the world to review this case and terms of commuting the sentence or partying Mr Stone for the underlying offense as the attacks on the four women in the stone. Trial a fellow juror. In the case said the president and the Attorney General are doing damage to the Justice System. Big Cast doubt on the the bedrock of the equal administration of Justice. That is just so so important to our country I think he damages our democracy by attacking this way and I wish he would stop now as for a pardon for Roger. Stone trump
Trump Ally Roger Stone Sentenced To 40 Months In Prison
"Washington time trump ally Roger stone has been since the forty months in prison for witness tampering and lying to Congress judge Amy Berman Jackson said stones wise for lawmakers investigating the interference amounted to a threat to American democracy president label the conviction is unfair but said he isn't ready to act just yet on a possible pardon for
Roger Stone sentenced to 3 years for lying, witness tampering as case roils DOJ
"President Donald trump's long time friend and informal adviser Roger stone is been sentenced to forty months in prison is NPR's Ryan Lucas explains stone showed little emotion as the sentence was handed out in federal court in Washington today in a packed courtroom judge Amy Berman Jackson spoke for nearly an hour before pronouncing stone sentence she said that stone was not as some of his supporters have claimed prosecuted for standing up for the president instead she said he was prosecuted for covering up for the president stone was convicted last year of obstruction witness tampering and lying to Congress about his efforts to contact wikileaks during the twenty sixteen campaign judge Jackson said stones lies impeded a congressional investigation into Russia's election interference they also threatened she said quote the very foundation of our democracy stone declined to address the court before his sentencing he is expected to file an appeal the president meanwhile has not ruled out a possible pardon for stone right look as NPR
Roger Stone sentenced to 3 years and 4 months in prison
"Roger stone has just been sentenced to three years four months in prison on seven felony convictions for witness tampering and lying to Congress on the Russian election meddling investigation stone just left the courthouse and said no one to CVS is bill Rakoff at the courthouse stone exit exited the courthouse to those chants from supporters and protesters alike expressionless though in the court room as judge Amy Berman Jackson excoriated him for his lying to Congress over the weekly scandal and for his continued obstruction of the case after he'd been arrested all the judge agreed that the original sentencing recommendation of seven to nine years in prison was too much she also rejected the idea from stones lawyers that he be given probation Gary stone will not go to prison immediately because he has a sealed pending motion requesting a new
Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months in federal prison
"Reports stone sent protesters outside the federal courthouse in Washington is Roger stone is sentenced to forty months in prison judge Amy Berman Jackson rejected a defense plea for probation and an earlier prosecution recommendation for seven to nine years correspondent Evan Perez says however the defense views stone he is accountable for his actions according to the judges should just Roger for his behavior is Roger being Roger she says the truth still exists the truth still matters and she address the the political and partisan divide really that there is over this case of what the president suggesting that this case should have been brought that this prosecution
Trump ally Stone given 40 months in prison
"Stone is now facing forty months in federal prison after being convicted last year of witness tampering and lying to Congress and other charges justice department prosecutors originally recommended a seven to nine year sentence but bart backed off that following complaints from president trump judge Amy Berman Jackson said stone merited a significant sentence but said the seven to nine your recommendation was excessive the sixty seven year old stones lawyers asked for it no prison time citing his age health and a lack of a criminal record he's the six the trump associate or advisor convicted on charges stemming from the special counsel's Russia probe Sager make Connie Washington
Trump associate Roger Stone sentenced to 3 years, 4 months in prison for lying to Congress
"The judge levels harsh criticism and Roger stone but we are still waiting to hear the sentence that she'll give him for lying to Congress and witness tampering judge Amy Berman Jackson said the court must not shrugged shoulders and just say that's just Roger being Roger she said his crimes lead to an inaccurate incorrect incomplete report from the house on Russia wiki leaks and the trump campaign and she believes stone threats to witness Randy credit co deserve a stronger sentence she added that stone potentially threatened her on social media and it was not
"judge amy berman" Discussed on KOMO
"Witness tampering political reports the federal judge Amy Berman Jackson issued the order after prosecutors abruptly quit the case last week and the US justice department abruptly lowered the recommendation and wanted for a prison sentence for Roger stone the United States has launched its mission to begin evacuating citizens have been struck on board the cruise ship in a quarantine brought about by the corona virus more from ABC news correspondent Maggie rule is now arriving at the port that Japan's self defense forces prepare to disembark hundreds of quarantine American passengers from the diamond princess before their flown back to the U. S. on state department chartered planes members of the defense force could be seen walking past the trouble ship the roughly four hundred Americans on board have already been in quarantine for twelve days back in the states the clock restart with another fourteen days in isolation on US military bases the CDC first screening all Americans for the virus anyone with signs of covert nineteen will not be allowed to board planes back to the U. S. will join the other Americans currently getting treatment in hospitals on short for many this evacuation cannot come soon enough as of today another seventy passengers on board tested positive for the virus bringing the total number to three hundred and fifty five by far the largest cluster of covert nineteen outside of China but some like Matthew Smith of Sacramento state he would rather take his chances on the boat we were confident in the in the quarantine that the Japanese officials have established and are following through on we were upset that the U. S. plans involve breaking this quarantine the US government says Americans like Matt who choose to stay behind will not be allowed back in the U. S. until March fourth at the earliest as the US tries to prevent an outbreak like China with protective gear in short supply around the globe ABC news got an exclusive look inside this three M. factory in South Dakota where employees are working overtime some US hospitals are already rationing masks the CDC says they're working with US manufacturers to help meet the global demand Wallace during an adequate supply here at home in case of a widespread outbreak people with flu like symptoms.
"judge amy berman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"By the way, I stand corrected. It wasn't jealous. But it was judge Amy Berman in the district of Columbia and Obama point, do has been pro prosecution and anti Manafort. From day, one really a disgrace a left-wing hack. She's the one who released the texts cushy. There are very, very important for the nation. So I thought I would point that out. So here we have missed Viessmann with a book deal. Anybody of a problem with that other than me, I have a big problem with that? And the media won't care. The media won't care. I want to point something out to you. The was a, a public editor. At the New York Times one point played his name was Daniel. Ockrent. And in April twenty fifth two thousand four he actually wrote something. That was. Right on. It was right on. Want you to listen to this, this is from page to twenty four of unfreedom of the press. I'm read this to you before. With very few exceptions, the long you've been here. Meaning the New York Times with a high you've risen in the organization. The less likely you are to believe that the New York Times is should be the paper of record. Metro columnist CLYDE, Habur men told me that in his twenty seven years at the times said, I've never heard anyone inside the paper referred to it as that way. Reporter Richard Perez pain, a- an eleven year veteran said, I don't think I've ever heard. My colleagues here, used the phrase, except rarely in an ironic almost self mocking tone. I think that's because they recognize both the impossibility of fulfilling that role and the deadening affect it could have on the paper. Catherine deputy editor the paper Sunday magazine said we understand now that all reporting is selective with the exception of raw original source material, there really isn't anything of record now is there. Here's another way of stating Eddie, writes, heterogeneous world, whose record his one newspaper even in the position to preserve, and what group of individuals no matter how talented or dedicated would dare ARA gate to itself. So God like a role. If you rely on the times is your only source of news, you're buying into the conceptions attitudes and interests of the people who put it out every day. It cannot be definitive and asking it to be is a disservice to both the staff and the readers. I mean, no disrespect to the New York Times. But what discriminating citizen really afford to rely on only one source of news? Oh, I point out that, of course, hawk rent was right that news organizations like the times have conceptions attitudes and interests of the people who put it out every day. Which speaks to the times, frequent and obvious interchangeable use of its news and editor pages in service to the progressive ideology, and the Democratic Party program. Like so many media organizations these days, moreover, he and the colleagues with whom he spoke, acknowledged further that they are not in the business. Simply reporting the news for what have a deadening effect. They said on the newspaper, thus they neither seek nor deliver objectivity and their news reporting. Its role is news with social activism agenda, driving interpretation analysis, etc. As a siren for the progressive 'cause. I've been watching the reporting on the president's decisions respecting a rain and I've given you my opinion I gave him in the first hour. I'm not a fan in this regard. But I've been watching the reporting it's no different than the rest of the reporting during the course of this presidency. From day one. It's demeaning. It's attack mode. It is mocking. And that's what they do. Leave and have some of them who are special pleader for Iran, the Iran deal. The Iran foreign minister, shocking really isn't a slum. Oh Nazi regime? It's an Islamic Nazi regime. In my humble opinion. At least they Nazi, like regime. Let me put it that way. Nazi, like regime? And look at the reporting. It's really appalling this take some calls. Let's go to Chad Chicago, Illinois, Sirius satellite. How are you, sir? Mark, you have a great show. I love listening to you and I, but thank you. And I just want to say. President trump. I. He's like a surgeon of neurosurgeon surgery and. Around helping this noise on your phone is it sounds like a constant propeller better. Yes. Thank you. He is like a neurosurgeon who I mean, brain surgeon, surgeon doing surgery, and he has assisted around him helping him on his assistant. And these people that are a bartender in it. What she is tender. Tender a man whether she was a good bartender. Nobody's ever checked that out. It doesn't matter. She was the bartender, and I don't put down bartenders, even though I don't drink. But anyway, go ahead and intelligence of a doorknob. Yes. Yes. Yes. The guy who I'm talking about Joe Biden. I used the phrase all the time. Yes. And, and all these, you probably remember this show, Beverly hillbillies JETRO. He was a sixth grade. Thank you for your call. So what do we do? I mean okay. Got it. Got it. Got it got it. No offense. Let's try scoop. Cleveland Ohio, Sirius satellite, a lifelong democrat. Why would you be a lifelong democrat? Good afternoon. Mark. How are you? Okay. So why are you a lifelong democrat? Well, I always liked the Democratic Party. I like JFK ally, Bill Clinton. I like Barack Obama, and obviously, your life long democrat. Yeah. But I still tune into your show time time. Well, there you go. So anyway, Mark, what I would call him to say it. Yeah. Iran. Do they wanted to do sure to do and that way, everybody will be happy because if you think about it, we have intervened in so many countries Nowy had? No, I haven't. No, I haven't intervened in so many countries and this moral relativism between the United States in Iran. His really grotesque. Now, I know why you're lifelong democrat probably like Intel even Omar to actually, so a righteous country, where Americans, he celebrate d day, sir. Do you celebrate the anniversary d day? Yes. There, why did you do that patriotic, but I believe that sir. You're mumbling ahead. You don't even know what you're saying. We have nothing in common with this regime in Iran deal.
"judge amy berman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"By the way, I stand corrected. It wasn't judge L, but it was judge Amy Berman in the district at Columbia, Obama point, do has been pro prosecution anti Manafort. From day, one really a disgrace a left-wing hack. She's the one who released the texts cushy thought they were very important for the nation. So I thought I would point that out. So here we have Mr. Viessmann with a book deal. Anybody of a problem with that other than me, I have a big problem with that? And the media won't care. The media won't care. I wanna point something out to you. The was a, a public editor at the New York Times one point, his name was Daniel. Ockrent. In April twenty fifth two thousand four he actually wrote something. That was. Right on. Was right on. Listen to this. This is from page to twenty four of unfreedom of the press. I'm read this to you before. With very few exceptions, the long you've been here. Meaning the New York Times with a high you've risen in the organization. The less likely you are to believe that the New York Times is our should be the paper of record. Metro columnist CLYDE Habur Mun told me then in his twenty seven years at the times said, I've never heard anyone inside the paper referred to it as that way. Reporter Richard Perez pain, a- an eleven year veteran said, I don't think I've ever heard. My colleagues here used the phrase, except rarely in an ironic almost self mocking. Tom. I think that's because they recognize both the impossibility of fulfilling that role and the deadening affect it could have on the paper, Catherine Belton deputy editor the paper Sunday magazine said, we understand now that all reporting is selective with the exception of raw original source material, there really isn't anything of record now is there. Here's another way of stating at he writes in a heterogeneous world, whose record his one newspaper even in the position to preserve, and what group of individuals no matter how talented or dedicated would dare era gate to itself. So God like a role. If you rely on the times has your only source of news, you're buying into the conceptions attitudes and interests of the people who put it out every day. It cannot be definitive and asking it to be is a disservice to both the staff and the readers. I mean, no disrespect to the New York Times. But what discriminating citizen really afford to rely on only one source of news? Oh, I point out that, of course, Ockrent was right that news organizations like the times have conceptions attitudes and interests of the people who put it out every day. Which speaks to the times, frequent and obvious interchangeable use of its news and aditorial pages in service to the progressive ideology, and the Democratic Party program, like so many media organizations these days, moreover, he and the colleagues with whom he spoke acknowledged further that they are not in the businesses. Simply reporting the news for what have a deadening affect. They said on the newspaper, that's they neither seek nor deliver objectivity and their news reporting. Its role is news with social activism agenda, driving, and terp relation analysts, etc. As a siren for the progressive 'cause. I've been watching the reporting on the president's decisions respecting ran, and I've given you my opinion I gave him in the first hour. Some not a sycophant in this regard. But I've been watching the reporting it's no different than the rest of the reporting during the course of this presidency. From day one. It's demeaning. Attack mode. It is mocking. And that's what they do. Have some of them who are special pleader for Iran, the Iran deal, the Iran foreign minister, shocking really isn't a Slama Nazi regime. It's an Islamic Nazi regime. In my humble opinion. At least they Nazi, like regime. Let me put it that way. Nazi, like regime? And look at the reporting. Really appalling. Let's take some calls. Let's go to Chad Chicago, Illinois, Sirius satellite. How are you, sir? You have a great show. I love listening to you, and I thank you. And I just want to say. President trump. He's like a surgeon of your surgeon is in your surgery. And he had all these around him helping this, this noise on your phone is it sounds like a constant propeller better. Yes. Thank you. Is like a neurosurgeon who I mean, brain surgeon, you're doing surgery, and he has assistant around him helping him on his assistant. And if people that criticized are abide tender, you know, she is. A man. She was a good bartender. Nobody's ever check that out to tender. And I don't put bartenders even though I don't drink. But anyway, go ahead and intelligence of doorknob. Gives me. Yes. Yes. You know, the guy who I'm talking about Joe Biden. I used the phrase all the time and, and all these, you probably remember this show, Beverly hillbilly JETRO. He was a sixth grade for your call, sir. What do we do? I mean okay. Got it. Got it got it got it offense. Let's try scoop. Cleveland Ohio, Sirius satellite, a lifelong democrat. Why would you be a lifelong democrat could afternoon? Mark. How are you? Okay. So why are you a lifelong democrat? Well, I always liked the Democratic Party. I like JFK I like Bill Clinton. I like Barack Obama, and obviously, your life lifelong democrat. Yeah, I still tune into your. So from time to time. There you go. So anyway, Mark, what I was calling to say is. Yeah. Just ran. Do they wanna do sure to do that way? Everybody will be happy because if you think about it, we have we have intervened in so many countries. No, we had him. We haven't intervened in so many countries and this relativism between the United States in Iran. His really grotesque now. I know why are lifelong democrat probably like a see Intel even Omar to actually, so a righteous country, where Americans celebrate d day, sir. Do you celebrate the anniversary d day? Yes. Why did you do that? Because of faith, I believe, on answer, your mumbling ahead. You don't even know what you're saying. We have nothing in common with this regime in Iran deal understand. Over the phone, you schmo. I'll be right back. Five point nine FM. Every human being has a common problem. How do I live? Well, our happiness and well-being depends on how we answer that question, Hillsdale College, president, Larry Arnn argues that the best book.
"judge amy berman" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Right. Well, not not to mention they had ample reason to think he would destroy evidence and he had already threatened somebody right threatened a witness Randy credit co exactly you are one hundred percent, correct. There was plenty of reason for them to do what they did. I mean, speaking of threatening mean, that's the first thing is a clear threat to judge Amy Berman Jackson with the crosshairs. I mean, we've talked about this before Jill. But this is so mobbing the whole thing is mob. Like, it is it is all the time. Are everything they say from Trump calling Kohn a rat. I would say Rico racketeer influenced corrupt organizations law that was designed for organized crime, but has uses well beyond organized crime. Now. Is one that certainly applies to the efforts of the Trump organization that Trump foundation, the Trump administration the Trump inaugural. What's going on? So what give me your take on yesterday? What were you surprised by? What weren't you surprised by it seems to me she came out because I think people were afraid that she was going to be intimidated in terms of how she would react. But I feel like it was a pretty scathing takedown, particularly of this whole ridiculous. No collusion claim when the trial was not about collusion. Right. Yes. Number one. I never expected her to be intimidated. If she was intimidated, she would afoot. Rodney don't in jail as soon as he put that target behind her head. So he's not easily intimidated. She's not. And the question now is what is she or the DC bar going to do about downing who went outside of court after what you clearly heard. I clearly heard what everyone is listening to us clearly heard the judge say, and if you read the transcript of the hearing yesterday, the judge clearly that series, no case of collusion before this court is a non sequitur to talk about it. That's nothing to do with why he's here. There's nothing to do with wising sentence or what his sentence will be. And then he went outside and set the judge clearly there's no collusion. That was an appeal for a harden aimed at an audience of one Donald Trump. And it is a clear lot. It is a complete misstatement. And it was great fate. Wouldn't pass a red face test anywhere in the world. And I think someone has to do something about that. That is a third statement. It's more in the line of I'm trying to. The jury pool I'm trying to get people to believe that there's nothing here. And that's not what this is about. He was under investigation for his tax and fraud Bank fraud for a long time. And of course within minute. I think it was twenty nine minutes after. The sentence that he was indicted in the state of New York. Yeah. Well, so what obviously big day yesterday legally. Right. Because clearly that is you know, I mean Trump can't pardon him for state charges. So what what does this do to this whole situation? Do you think Joe? Well, it doesn't mean that Trump won't pardon him. And maybe could even use it as an excuse saying, well, you know, what let another jurisdiction take care of it. It's hard to say because I don't feel that Rasmo visions that are predictable are being made by anyone involved the Trump, right? And so I can't always predict what isn't logical. Yeah. I think logically. I see X happens. Then why will be the consequence? But nobody cares about the past the questions, they may do things that are unrelated to the consequences. It's very hard to predict what will happen. There will be I'm sure we could all predict that there will be arguments from Manafort that violates New York double jeopardy, which is much stricter than the federal double jeopardy. Yeah..
"judge amy berman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Everything with judge Amy Berman Jackson before rendering a sentence gave a blistering speech from the bench. She cited the lack remorse talked about manafort's repeated crimes over many years, and the fact that he had tampered with witnesses in the case, she sent us into an additional forty three months on top of the sentence that had been imposed in Virginia and is not over yet here in the city. Did you hear what happened DA Cyrus Vance Manhattan DA not taking any chances that President Trump might try to pardon his friend on the federal charges unsealed an indictment today almost on cue charging Manafort with more than a dozen charges growing out of an investigation. We started in twenty seventeen including mortgage fraud, if convicted on any of these new sixteen charges, he can't be pardoned by President Trump said. Vance. Hey, no one's beyond the law here in New York. Clair's is recalling three makeup products. After US regulators warned they might have as best does the FDA says product samples tested positive, but that Clair's initially refused to recall anything that might have already been sold retailer at the time disputed the test results, but said it would at least remove the product from its doors. Now, the company recalling all products so between two thousand sixteen and now says is down aware of anybody being sick. And my the makeup Clair's rep wasn't immediately available for comment was this. I'm eight twenty six Bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins. And here is Jeff Bellinger. The key stock indexes posted gains of six tenths to seven tenths percent. The Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred forty eight points to twenty five thousand seven hundred two the NASDAQ closed fifty two points higher the S and P five hundred subtle at a four-month high on a gain of nineteen points. Boeing shares avoided a meltdown closing up about half a percent. Even after President Trump announced the grounding of seven thirty-seven, max jets. Shares of VERA Bradley, rose twenty two percent. The retailer same store sales were down in the latest quarter. But not by as much as feared and bureau Bradley has been weaning customers off discounts for its purses and backpacks. The Labor Department didn't detect much inflation at the wholesale level last month, the producer price index ticked up a tenth of a percent in February spending on construction project surged at the start of the year, the Commerce Department reports spending increased one point three percent in January Bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour. I'm Jeff Bellinger, fourteen ten win. Now. This message Memorial Sloan Kettering cancer center. More science, less fear. Visit them at m s k c c dot org wins news time eight twenty seven..
"judge amy berman" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Details. Tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses. Our friends at Zanny optical offer, a huge variety of high quality stylish frames and state of the art optics starting at just six ninety five. You can get multiple frames with this great pricing for less than one pair. Elsewhere start building your eyewear wardrobe from the comfort of your own home at Zanny dot com. With the latest trends in eyewear available in hundreds of frame styles and materials there isn't a better way to change it up for every season. Plus is any offers prescription sunglasses at incredible prices. Visit Xeni today. Eggs, any dot com slash CNN. That's Z E N N. I dot com slash CNN. Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort got a lighter than expected sentence after his first rile. But now he faces sentencing from different federal judge in a different case. Let's bring in our political correspondent Sara Murray. Tomorrow, Sarah allies will be on this. Judge Amy Berman Jackson or a decision will be released tomorrow. What are we doing? Well, that's right. And you know, in this case, Paul Manafort did not go to trial. He decided he was going to plead guilty and cooperate at didn't work out, particularly well because prosecutors said, hey, you're lying to us. And you're supposed to be cooperating. He faces a maximum of ten years. That's how long the judge could put him behind bars. And where we saw judge TSL's was a little bit more lenient that certainly might not be the case when he is before this judge in DC, judging Burma Jackson has a lot more reasons to be unhappy with Paul Manafort, he lied when he was supposed to be cooperating with investigators. He was found to be tampering with witnesses, which is why she threw him behind bars in the first place, and she also has a lot more insight into this case, she's been able to view a lot of intelligence that's still under seal to the general public. So she knows a lot about what kinds of activities he was up to during the campaign his interactions with his associate Constantine Kalinic. And that could all come into play when she decides to move forward with the sentencing. So it's possible. She could be a lot harsher us. Really harsh throws the book at him. She gives them ten years and to begin that ten year sentence after he finishes. The first nearly four years of this absolutely judged that he was going to leave that up to judge Amy Berman Jackson weather. She wanted to set these terms to run consecutively. So that's fully within her power concurrently could wind up maybe fourteen years in jail. What about talk of a part? Well, I don't think that anyone can rule it out at this point. You know, we saw the White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, go out there and say, you know, the president will make a decision about that. When he's ready, but we know that really from the beginning, Donald Trump was never a huge fan of home Manafort when they were working together on the campaign. But as soon as Manafort was facing charges, President Trump would say to people that he felt bad because he felt like Manafort was just being prosecuted because he worked for Donald Trump's presidential campaign. And these are all things that could come into play. We'll just have to wait and see tomorrow, you'll be the courtroom. Yup. Thank you very much. Sir Murray reporting coming up former vice president Joe Biden gives the clearest signal yet that he's ready to jump into the twenty twenty race. Would he be an instant front runner? Remember to create an ad like this one visit pure winning dot com slash CNN. Popular Democrats are edging closer to entering the twenty twenty presidential race. Former vice president Joe Biden looks like he's ready could become an instant front runner while Beto alert could also be a very popular candidate. Let's go to our senior Washington. Correspondent Jeff Zony? Jeff. What's the latest wolf? It's a longer question if they're running. But when they're getting in now, Joe Biden said today, he'll be revealing his decision pretty soon with aids. I in April announcement the belt a work that former Texas congressman he's going even sooner he's planning a weekend trip to Iowa by that time is expected to be in the race. Joe Biden answering those three words today with a slight smile not saying yes, but showing no signs of backing away from third bid for the presidency. He's making plans to jump into the twenty twenty Ray soon eyeing a formal announcement in April. I appreciate the energy showed when I got up here. Save a little longer. I may need in the few weeks. Speaking to the international association of firefighters who made their views clear Biden offer to hint at his strategy. Take on President Trump directly rather than the Democrats. He'll I be competing against everybody gets a shot. That's what the next president states these understand. And that's what I don't think. This current president understands at all the former vice president following his wife Jill onstage, she's given her blessing to another presidential run. So I'm grateful to be here today to say, thank you Abidin campaign in waiting is about to come to life testing, whether Democrats will favor experience over new blood. One of Biden's, I will be Iowa where sixty four percent of likely democratic caucus goers say he should run. According to the latest, CNN Moines. Register Isla poll with thirty one percent saying his time has passed while much of the energy of the Democratic Party is on the left a full seventy percent say Biden's political use are about right by April Biden set to have even more competition as better reward is on the cusp of also jumping into the race. As learn the former Texas congressman is poised to push the button on a presidential announcement in the coming days in the words of one person familiar with the plan, he launched more than three hundred ads on Facebook this week after not running a single one since losing his Senate race to Ted Cruz November what's up I that's a rock here in L Paso, also heading to on Saturday campaigning in a state Senate race and likely for himself. Meanwhile, South bend, mayor Buddha. Judge is trying to seize no mention. From CNN townhall on Sunday. Aides say he raised more than six hundred thousand dollars from twenty two thousand donors in the first twenty four hours, a sign more and more people are getting to know his name, how do you pronounce your last name digit Buddha? Jets say that three times fast either way it comes up. So good. A judge is the youngest candidate in the campaign at thirty seven. He's been saying it's time for generational change. But wolf that is one of the central questions of this primary are Democrats looking to pass the torch or they looking for new blood here. So it's one of the things that will be examining for the next year. But both of them appear to be in. That Biden race will certainly be interesting political arena is heating up big time. Right. I will watch it closely. Jeff zeleny. Thank you. Coming up. Breaking news celebrity doing court for alleged college admissions scam. Why were the rich and famous resort to bribery and conspiracy to get kids into top schools? 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"judge amy berman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Mostly cloudy going up to forty six minutes. Today wins news time four forty eight's. Mayor de Blasio headed back out on the road with the White House on his mind, he is headed back to Iowa. And it's not for the weather mayor de Blasios continuing to test the presidential waters, but not quite ready to commit when I have something to say on that topic. I will as I've told you. I haven't ruled it out of the idea drew sharp comments from the public advocate candidates at Wednesday night's debate assemblyman, Ron Kim going so far as to call de Blasio delusional. But edit unrelated news conference, the mayor says the people who count support him every day. I have New Yorkers come up and talk about different things administrations doing that they like and plenty of people who urged me on for the future and in recent weeks, the mayor is would making the rounds on national television. Al Jones ten ten wins. News wins news time, four forty nine in court Thursday, President Trump's longtime friend Roger stone apologizing for posting an unflattering picture of federal judge Amy Berman Jackson. Instagram. Now, he's been ordered to stop talking about the special counsels case against him more from correspondent Pierre Thomas. Judge Jackson clearly frustrated and concerned after stone posted a picture of her online in the corner. What looks like the crosshairs of a gun stone repeatedly apologized calling it a stupid lapse of judgement. He said he never really looked at the image before posting it at one point saying he thought it was a Celtic symbol special counsel, Robert Muller. Indicted stone on five counts of lying to congress as well as witness tampering and obstruction of Justice. Former Trump fixer Michael Cohen has rescheduled his testimony before congress, President Trump's former personal attorney will testify before the house oversight and reform committee next Wednesday, the open testimony will come one day before he testifies before the house intelligence committee in a closed session. Cohen was scheduled to testify before the oversight committee earlier this month, but he postponed that testimony signing threats to his family from the president and Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Cowan pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations. And lying to congress. He begins a three year prison term in may correspondent, Linda Kenyon. President Trump could miss out on being on twenty twenty valid in the great state of New Jersey. If he doesn't disclose his tax returns yesterday. The democratic could lead state Senate passed legislation inspired by the Republicans refusal to disclose his tax numbers. The measure requires presidential and vice presidential candidates to release five years of federal returns in order to be allowed on the state's ballot. For nearly four decades. Presidential candidates released their taxes going back to just after Richard Nixon's departure from the White House. President Trump broke with tradition in two thousand ten two thousand sixteen Democrats have used the issue to raise questions about what might be in those documents Santa Bill now goes onto the assembly also controlled by Democrats and could be signed by democratic governor. Phil Murphy Republican Governor Chris Christie had a chance to sign the legislation. Instead, he vetoed it in two thousand seventeen wins. News time four fifty. One..
"judge amy berman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Here are some of the stories we're following president. Trump's critics say he may have endangered his own emergency declaration during his rose garden. Comments on Friday. Several democratic lawmakers remarked the comments reveal that what he's calling a national emergency is not really an emergency at all legal challenges already popping up in reaction. Democrats on the House Judiciary committee have called for an immediate investigation into his declaration. A federal judge has imposed a partial gag order on longtime Trump ally, Roger stone. Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordering stone and lawyers on both sides to refrain from quote, making statements to the media, or in public settings that pose substantial likelihood of material prejudice to the case. They're also ordered to avoid talking to reporters outside the federal courthouse in Washington DC stone faces criminal charges related to special counsel Robert Muller's ongoing Russia investigation and the investigation continues into Friday's mass shooting in Aurora Illinois police say the. Gunman opened fire inside a manufacturing warehouse after learning. He would lose his job five people were killed five responding police officers were wounded the shooter identified as Gary Martin was killed by law enforcement a sixth worker at that facility. Also was wounded breaking news on the hour at the half. And anytime it w dot com brought to you by I Mark credit union time now for traffic and weather together. From the wwl way. I traffic center. Some good news as you head out that construction we had the had sixteen oh, four shutdown echo. Labor has cleared and traffic is starting to return to normal..
"judge amy berman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Tuesday stone, pleaded not guilty to charges. He lied to congress and obstructed the houses investigation into Russian election meddling. I did not coordinate anything with the Trump campaign or with WikiLeaks in terms of their disclosures. I had a tip which turned out to be a very good one about the significance and the October timing of the WikiLeaks disclosures, but stones denials that he gave it a Thursday press conference did not relate to the special counsel seven counts against him at the White House Jon decker. Fox News excitement is building the Super Bowl fifty three just days away. Both teams the patriots. And the Rams held light Pratt. It's Thursday, which also marked the players and coaches final responsibilities with the media until after Sunday's game Rams cornerback Nicole Roby. Coleman isn't looking back or saying he sorry for committing. What should have been a pass 'interference? Call in the NFC championship that likely would have kept his team from winning and making it here only have no regrets, and we moved on. And we immediately locked in on the Super Bowl after the New Orleans game Super Bowl fifty three kicks off Sunday six thirty eastern here in Atlanta. Jared max, Fox News, and the s&p futures are mostly flat this morning slightly higher that after the S and P five hundred yesterday posted its best January and more than thirty years. Rising. Nearly eight percent for the month for the day, the S and P five hundred rose twenty three points. The Dow fell fifteen and this morning. We'll get the latest measure of economic growth has the government releases. The January.
"judge amy berman" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Tuesday stone, pleaded not guilty to charges. He lied to congress and obstructed the houses investigation into Russian election meddling. I did not coordinate anything with the Trump campaign or with WikiLeaks in terms of their disclosures. I had a tip which turned out to be very good one about the significance and the October timing of the WikiLeaks disclosures. But stones denials that he gave it a Thursday press conference did not relate to the special counsel seven counts against him. Him at the White House Jon decker. Fox News excitement is building the Super Bowl fifty three just days away. Both teams the patriots and the Rams held light practices Thursday, which also marked the players and coaches final responsibilities with the media until after Sunday's game Rams cornerback Nicole Roby. Coleman isn't looking back or saying he sorry for committing. What should have been a pass interference call in the NFC championship that likely would have kept his team from winning and making it here only have no regrets, and we moved on. And we immediately locked in on a Super Bowl. I'll after to New Orleans game Super Bowl fifty three kicks off Sunday six thirty eastern here in Atlanta. Jared max, Fox News, and the s&p futures are mostly flat this morning slightly higher that after the S and P five hundred yesterday posted its best January and more than thirty years. Rising. Nearly eight percent for the month for the day, the S and P five hundred rose twenty three points. The Dow fell fifteen. And this morning. We'll get the latest measure of economic growth has the government releases. The January jobs report.
"judge amy berman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC, and I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. Good morning. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who is already in jail may be in prison longer than planned last September Manafort pled guilty to reduced federal charges and agreed to cooperate with the special counsel investigating Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election will now Robert Muller is alleging that Manafort has been lying to his team as well as to the FBI, and that would violate his plea deal. Let's bring in NPR's Justice. Correspondent Carrie Johnson. Carry what exactly is a special counsel saying about metaphor at this point in a court filing last night. David the special counsel said Manafort had committed new crimes by repeatedly lying to lawyers in the special counsel team into the FBI in the course of his so-called cooperation, remember Paul Manafort pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges in September. Just. A day before victory was supposed to be selected for his trial in Washington DC as part of that process Manafort agreed full, volunteering and Truffaut cooperation with prosecutors. They say he is breached that agreement they've had enough. And it's time for the judge to start the process of sentencing him, ultimately punishing Paul Manafort. So do manafort's lawyers have any answer for these allegations. They say he's tried to live up to his part of the plea deal that he's met numerous times with authorities in the last two months, and that he does not believe he has not been truthful this. They do agree with the special counsel team. It is time to start the machinery of sentencing going they've asked judge Amy Berman Jackson to order a sentencing pre-sentencing investigation report in that. Will that will move the ball forward probably into early twenty nine thousand nine so he could even in even more legal trouble than before this plea deal. We're talking about possible additional crimes here. Indeed. You know? Paul Manafort can't seem to stay out of trouble. Remember? David that after he had already been indicted. They charged him again with alleged witness tampering. Now, there's this. He could face much stiffer prison time because of his alleged lies to the special counsel in the FBI, and he won't get any benefit from this cooperation with a which say was not true cooperation. Anyway, in fact, the judge may take into account the panoply of other criminal conduct. He admitted as part of this plea deal and be stiffer with him. Remember, Paul Manafort, sixty nine years old? He's had some health problems already in jail, and he's facing much more than ten years. Could now be more like twenty years in prison. So a lot of what he was charged with had to do with his his time in his dealings with Ukraine. But obviously as as campaign chairman, he might have known a lot of what was happening inside the Trump campaign or wasn't happening. So I guess one question is could the special counsel have lost an important witness potentially here in the whole Russia investigation. This. Shorting David is. We don't know. Remember Paul Manafort was around in two thousand sixteen for that Trump Tower meeting with Jared Kushner, Donald Trump junior and a Russian lawyer. He also was around during the Republican national convention when language in the party platform on Ukraine was watered down. He has a lot of things to say he apparently was not saying them to thirties. And it's not clear how the special counsel is so confident that Paul Manafort has lied, perhaps they have some other secret information still secret to ask but not to them that gives them a more full picture of what Russia did in two thousand sixteen. Okay. NPR justice. Correspondent Carrie Johnson. Joining us this morning. Thanks, gary. My pleasure. It has been a year since ISIS was forced out of the Syrian city of Raka. But the civilian deaths are still being counted. The US led a coalition with Syrian fighters on the ground to defeat the Islamic state. That battle lasted four months afterwards. The US military said it had liberated the city from militants that threaten the people and the west, but as NPR's Ruth. Sherlock reports. Many in rock up blame the US for so much death. Brakha rescue workers dig for the dead. I watch as giant machinery pushes aside. The Deborah of a destroyed building the diggers throwing up clouds of dust from the rebels in them within the dust. Is this terrible smell smells level. The Deborah of the building also something much more putrid play before these. A.
"judge amy berman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"There is breaking news. There's always a certain amount of confusion, and one of the things that I've been trying to find out regarding this Paul Manafort, guilty plea is is Paul Manafort going to be cooperating with the Muller investigation or not you remember President Trump honored him in previous tweets by saying he's a courageous man, and he won't break like other people, and well, apparently that's not true. Because how do we know that Paul Manafort is going to be cooperating with prosecutors was attorney said, so. That's kind of a strong indication. I plead guilty Manafort told US district judge Amy Berman Jackson who accepted his plea. Kevin downing the attorney for Manafort gave a brief statement outside the courthouse after the hearing he wanted to make sure his family remain safe and live good life, downing set of Manafort, he has accepted responsibility. When asked if the deal with Muller's team is a full cooperation agreement downing replied, it is. He did not respond to questions about whether Manafort had been interviewed by Muller's team or of manafort's defense team remains in a previous joint offense agreement with Trump's attorneys. A prosecutor Andrew Weisman. Who is part of Muller's team said at the beginning of today's plea hearing that yes Manafort has agreed to cooperate with investigators saying the seventeen page plea document included, the terms of manafort's expected cooperation now that plea document. I do not believe has been released in its entirety as yet. Judge Jackson noted that Manafort has agreed to cooperate fully and truthfully with this dictation conducted by the office of special counsel that would mean Muller's office including participating in interviews and debriefings producing any documents and his control testifying and agreeing to delay sentencing until the time set by government Manafort, also waived his right to have counsel present for every debriefing or interview. Now, what this means I've actually spoken to people who have been involved in this kind of prosecution, and this kind of deal, it means that basically they want to ask Paul Manafort any details about any of his activities anytime they can ask and he then would have every motivation to answer. He is agreed to provide answers to the best of his ability. Now, why are people on the left wrong? And I believe they are when they think this is a fatal news for President Trump. Well, because none of things that Manafort is charged with where things that he do. He did when he had anything to do with Donald Trump. There are things that he did before Trump appointed him Trump never should have appointed into his campaign was a lousy choice. I said so at the time on the air, you may recall because Manafort was so heavily involved with the Russians who were at the time dominating Ukraine, which is where he was getting all this money, by the way, he admitted in the plead today he admitted that he gypped the American tax collectors. About thirty million dollars that he didn't pay taxes on before people had said sixty million. Apparently, it's just a mere thirty million. It's serious stuff. I am. I I do believe that Paul Manafort will provide full cooperation, I do not believe that any of that full cooperation will implicate President Trump in anything. Sarah Sanders was almost certainly correct today when she said this has nothing to do with President Trump. This does not prove collusion. Okay. I'll tell you what it has to do with. It has to do with the fact that here again, you have a very prominent person in the Trump campaign who has pleaded guilty to very serious crimes to felonies that are going to put him away for a while at ten years a long time when you're sixty eight years old, which is how old Manafort is. So can we stop with the rigged witch hunt? Because honestly, when you get a guilty plea on this level, and you get cooperation from the presence personal attorney and from his former campaign director and from his former national security adviser, and from his deputy campaign director, and from George popadopoulos as long as a foreign policy adviser there lot of people who are involved with the Trump campaign with pled guilty to various things. So while the president is absolutely correct. That there is no proof or any indication that he was personally involved in collusion. There's a great deal of evidence that his campaign and people involved with his campaign. We're doing things that were inappropriate. Let's go to your calls to Matthew in Seattle. Matthew, you're on the Michael Medved Show. Okay. So here's my here's my disagreement. If you are in their in front of a police officer, and you touched that police officer that police officer has the right to arrest you for assault. Brett Cavanaugh touching this girl. I heard that it was something else. Like, maybe locked the door on her and left her or something like that. But then once I heard the story from you. That's the so that's the way the story is described in the New Yorker, which is the most full account that we have. And it says he tried to force himself on her. But he obviously failed she got away. But if he touched her that's assault. No. The thing is it's touching each other. That's the problem. No. I don't I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I don't think the touching someone in a party in a social situation is necessarily assault because again in music, all that stuff, very creepy. Creepy creepy. Oh, it sounds very creepy. Indeed. But the point is that at about there's no indication that she mentioned it to anyone else at the time. She has no corroborating witnesses at all. And the entire thing. Coming out at this stage in the investigation, by the way, he was asked by maisy Hirono. I mean, I'm kind of glad that I paid close attention to the investigations. Mazey Hirono asked him specifically if he had ever had any problems charges against him of any kind. Let me I'll get you the exact terms of the question here. In any event asked judge Cavanaugh, but she asked him in terms of while you were adult an adult of of legal age. Did you have anything like this? And he said, no, absolutely not. And he repeated that and again, there were no charges against him from this either that we know of so the the idea that that this is something that should be disqualifying. I don't know what kind of work. Do you do Matthew? Well, I work I work in the trades. Okay. So if you work in the trades. Do you think that something you didn't high school if you tried to kiss a girl at a party, and she didn't like it that if that happened thirty years ago and she never complained about at the time? That this should disqualify you for a promotion at your line of work. It's it's insanity, and it's just terribly wrong and horribly unfair. And again, if we open up this hashtag metoo stuff to what people did in middle school and high school and even college. I mean, we're going to have time for nothing else. And I'd like to have time for something else. Yes. In including well coming up..
"judge amy berman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"The former campaign pain chairman for president donald trump has been locked up he will await is trial now in jail two weeks after robert muller's prosecutors dropped new accusations of witness tampering on him federal judge amy berman jackson revoked his bail which allowed him out on house arrest and all the auto marks the end of two months of attempts from manifested to try to lighten up his house arrest berman the judge berman jackson said quote the harm in this case is off to the administration of justice and harm to the integrity of the court system broke his bailed and put him in jail of course speculation is now are they going to put maximum pressure on him to cooperate against the president if in fact he has something to cooperate with but either way he's in jail they said he was using italian cell phone trying to reach witnesses different apps trying to reach witnesses witness tampering he's been incarcerated same time they're still fall out lot of fallout on the inspector generals report on the komi investigation of mrs clinton's use of a private of a of a private emails and the president saying that because of one fbi agent had a.
"judge amy berman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The judge today judge amy berman jackson is an appointee of president barack obama former president obama she said she couldn't understand exactly what paul manafort lawyers wanted they appeared in court to change their position a couple of times finally they asked the judge to release manafort from having to undergo this gps or electronic monitoring lawyers for rick gates who as some young kids say he wants to attend their sports games this weekend and be able to get out of has to do that the judge has ordered the defence and the government to lay out their arguments in writing but she said i'm concerned very concerned about some of the information that special counsel as highlighted and she thought there would mean needs to be some really good reasons to release these guys from electric monitoring everybody is due back in court monday morning high profile cases like this we often see a scrum outside the courthouse where the lawyer speak deve of anything to say outside the quite us today sadly no remember that cabin downing the lawyer for paul manafort earlier this week told reporters this indictment was ridiculous and there was no collusion between the trump campaign and russia well judge jack clinton seemed to like those remarks she warned both sides today fairly sternly that this is a criminal trial not a pr campaign in she said i expect council the do their kach talking in this courtroom not on the courthouse steps the judge even mentioned on monday she's considering imposing a formal order to that effect this is only the first week it was just a few days ago that these indictments were unsealed any sense of how quickly this is likely to proceed while or a bit of a surprise there today you know they're hundreds of thousands of documents in this case both from the us in overseas but paul manafort lawyer says he wants to go to trial in april 2018 and the judge said today she thinks that might work she's gonna talk more about it next week and so far there's still no signed despite all the legal and financial pressure on paul manafort and he's going to want to change his plea plead guilty and cooperate with us investigation centre justice correspondent carry johnson thanks a lot carry my pleasure.