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Verdict due in trial of French train attacker

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Verdict due in trial of French train attacker

"A verdict is due in the month long trial of Islamic state operative thwarted in his effort to attack a French train five years ago by dramatic tackled by three American passengers the prosecution is also for life in prison for I. about Hassani charged with attempted terrorist modern American born al Hassani who was armed with an arsenal of weapons claimed in court that he changes mind about carrying out the attack although he's seriously wounded a French American passenger would grab his Kalashnikov three alleged accomplices were tried with a consignee in a heavily guarded courtroom I'm is area Shockley

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Belarusian protest leader detained while trying to leave country

All Things Considered

03:37 min | 6 months ago

Belarusian protest leader detained while trying to leave country

"Authorities say they have arrested in opposition leader on the country's border with Ukraine. But Maria Kalashnikov, US supporters say the government was trying to forcibly deport her and silence. Another critic of President Alexander Lukashenko. Kolesnikova was reportedly first picked up on the streets of Minsk on Monday by plainclothes police. She's been helping lead massive protests in Belarus since last month when President Lukashenko won a disputed reelection. He's been president of the country for more than a quarter century. For more on this arrest and what it means for Lukashenko's control. We're joined now by Hana Ahora. She's director of United Mass. Media and Association representing newspapers and new sites in Belarus. Welcome Hello. It's a pleasure to meet you today. Well, it's a pleasure to have you so there are two stories about what happened at the border. Do we know whether Kolesnikova was fleeing? As the government says she is or Was the government just trying to remove her from the country as faras. We know Maria didn't want to leave the country at all. So she was forced to go to the border, but then on the border, she just tore her passport in the small pieces, and she didn't refused to go to Ukraine. So as far as you know, Maria is still in Belarus, but nobody knows for sure. Where exactly Okay, Well, these protests have been going on for a month now. Lukashenko's government has rounded up thousands of demonstrators and recently it's tried targeting opposition leaders. How is that tactic working so far? Every step off the brutal detention or any kind of violence toward citizens is making our protests bigger and wider, say, still continuing to ask for the very simple things to have new friend for elections and to stop the brutality and violence on the means can belittle since treats and, of course to release the prisoners. So people are not going to stop it right now, despite on old effects for authorities actions Well, as we've said, Luca Shango has managed to hold on to power for quite some time for 26 years. He controls the media, the army, the economy, the secret police. Do people in Belarus genuinely believe that they can displace him with peaceful marches. It's a very heart and the good question. People still want to keep practiced peaceful. They don't see any other solution. Right now. They want to demonstrate that their wide majority so Unfortunately, we don't have any other tools to change situation from it from inside. Do you feel like you are living in a democracy? Unquestioned, cannot hear living not in democracy at all. It's like Like were occupied by military forces, and all the craziness is going on Every single Dave and people from different profession. Occupations are just detained. Arrested being at home. You don't feel any Anything safe here, So it's a lot of fear in society. But we understand that it's very difficult to stop. If you will stop you lose everything and all the victims will be for nothing.

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Belarus protests: Maria Kolesnikova 'detained by masked men'

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Belarus protests: Maria Kolesnikova 'detained by masked men'

"Streets of Minsk has been found. Government officials now say that Maria Kalashnikov a has Been detained at the border with Ukraine, one of the leaders of the ongoing protests in Belarus. Kalashnikov A was reportedly taken off the streets of Minsk by two masked man on Monday. The circumstances of her detention at the border are still unclear. Meanwhile, protests in Belarus continue over the election of Alexander Lukashenko. Now this correspondent Bill Zim. For now, reports say Kalashnikov, a and two colleagues were driven to the Ukrainian border. Those reports say. She apparently refused to cross into Ukraine ripped up her passport car continued through the Ukraine with the two other colleagues while Kalashnikovs stayed behind and was detained as safety measures. Space One is what we're

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In Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko will do anything to cling on to power

BBC Newshour

01:51 min | 6 months ago

In Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko will do anything to cling on to power

"Generously as long term leader Alexander Lukashenko has told Russian media that he'd maybe satellite along in the presidency. But that only he could protect Belarusians Now. In an interview with Russian journalists, he said he wouldn't step down and leave generous, adding that if he did, his supporters would be slaughtered. Lukashenka has been facing massive street protests since claiming victory and disputed presidential elections last month. Earlier, one of the main opposition leaders. Maria call Yes. Nika was detained at the border with Ukraine from Kiev. Joan official reports when other opposition leaders fled Belarus, Maria Kalashnikov, ER stayed behind. Her cropped blond hair was a regular sight at the four weeks of protests that have followed the disputed election. On Monday morning, she was picked up by masked men in an unmarked vehicle in central Minsk on that night, along with two opposition colleagues. She was taken to the border with Ukraine. The two men crossed into Ukraine. But Miss Cholestin cover did not. The exact circumstances aren't clear. But it appears she may have torn up her own passport to make it impossible for the authorities to force her out. The exiled Belarusian opposition leaders Atlanta Tikhonov Sky has called for sanctions against the government of President Lukashenka, the former presidential candidate called for the international community to intervene. My country. My people now need help. We need international pressure on this regime. On this one individual desperately cleaning onto flower being it sanctions on individuals who issue and execute criminal orders that violate international norms and human rights.

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Belarusian protest leaders detained while trying to leave country

BBC World Service

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

Belarusian protest leaders detained while trying to leave country

"Border, officials says. Three opposition leaders who had been detained have crossed into Ukraine, Anton Boskovski said Maria Kalashnikov over even Krasnov and Anton the road neck off, entered Ukraine on Tuesday morning. Three were among a number of opposition leaders and hundreds of their supporters who've been detained during protests following August's disputed election. Mr Lesnick over disappeared on Monday when she was bundled into a van. By must men

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:36 min | 6 months ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Schools need to dramatically increased cove in 19 testing in order to catch the quote. Silence spread. Fueled by students who are infected, but are asymptomatic Jim Priscilla CBS NEWS, Michael Cohen's new Tell All book goes on Sale tomorrow, CBS's Paula Read tells us. Cohen writes about President Trump's views of both Russian President Vladimir Putin and former United States President Barack Obama. CBS News obtained an early copy of Cohen's book, where he reveals President Trump's admiration for Vladimir Putin's ability. To take over an entire nation and run it like it was his personal company. Coin's Behind the scenes account corroborates accusations previously made about the president, including hatred and contempt for his predecessor, Barack Obama. Also in Cohen's book. The president is also said to have hired a faux Bama to participate in a video where the president quote ritualistically, belittled the first black president and then fired him. A Russian opposition leader who's being treated for near a nerve agent poisoning at a Berlin hospital. Hospital spokesman say Alexei Navalny has improved enough that he's being brought out of his induced coma. They safety is responsive, but they also say Navalny's long term prognosis isn't clear. The survivors of the Nova chuck poisoning here in England two years ago have been left with Seemingly permanent health issues, and that is CBS's Vicki Barker reporting from London. In Belarus. Opposition officials say three senior members have been adopted. The key opposition leaders still in Belarus, Maria Kalishnikov disappeared on Monday morning. A woman has told local media that she saw Kalashnikov are being snatched into a van by men in plain clothes on a street in the capital Minsk Kalashnikovs team have said they can't contact her or to other opposition members. Kalashnikov A is one of three women spearheading the protests seeking to oust authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko, and she's the only one still in Belarus. It comes a day after tens of thousands of protesters again flooded Minsk. Patrick Evil ABC news at the Foreign desk. Saudi Arabia. State television says final verdicts have been issued in the case of slain Washington Post columnist Jamal Koji against a people. This comes after his family announced pardons that spared five lives from execution. Court ordered a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison for five, with one receiving a 10 year sentence and two others being ordered to serve seven years in prison. An explosion at a power plant just outside Atlanta Sparks a fire This explosion happened just before midnight.

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Behind the scenes account corroborates accusations previously made about the president, including hatred and contempt for his predecessor, Barack Obama. In Cohen's book. The president has also said to have hired a faux Bama to participate in a video and where Mr Trump ritualistically belittle the first black president. And then fired him. Many Americans do not believe a Corona virus vaccine will come out before Election Day. Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris says she wouldn't trust just President Trump's word on a Corona virus vaccine. If one's available before the election. I will not take his word for it. He wants us to inject bleach. No, I will not take his word. And Harris isn't alone. A new CBS News battleground tracker poll finds skepticism about a vaccine is on the rise. Nearly two thirds of voters say that if the vaccines released later this year, they think it was probably rushed without enough testing rather than a scientific achievement. That happened quickly. And that was CBS's Ed O'Keefe reporting a Russian opposition leader who's being treated for nerve agent poisoning at a Berlin hospital. Is now awake. Hospital spokesman say Alexei Navalny has improved enough that he's being brought out of his induced coma. They say he is responsive, but they also say on these long term prognosis isn't clear. The survivors of the Nova chuck poisoning here in England two years ago have been left with seemingly permanent health issues. CBS's Vicki Barker reporting their Saudi Arabia state television says final verdicts have been issued in the cassette in the case of slain Washington. Most journalists Jamal Kasogi against eight people. This comes after his family announced pardons that spared five from execution. The court ordered a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison for five, with one receiving a 10 year sentence and two others being ordered to serve seven years in prison. In Belarus. Opposition officials say three senior members have been abducted. The key opposition leaders still in Belarus, Maria Kalashnikov disappeared on Monday morning. A woman has told local media that she saw a Kalashnikov are being snatched into a van by men in plain clothes on a street in the capital Minsk Kalashnikovs team have said that can't contact her or to other opposition members. Kalashnikov A is one of three women spearheading the protests seeking to oust authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko. She's the only one still in Belarus. It comes a day after tens.

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on WRVA

"Its most important fight of this century. When it comes to journalism. Let's keep up the fight. Let's stay strong. Let's not relying on for Justice. American prosecutors have ignited the 49 year old Australian on 18 espionage in computer misuse charges. Julian Assange's lawyers say the prosecution is a blatant, politically motivated abuse of power. Dom Rivers ABC News London, The key opposition leader in Belarus, Merrick Lista, Cova has disappeared following another weekend of protests against authoritarian leader allow Alexander Lukashenko in Minsk woman has told local media that she saw a Kalashnikov are being snatched into a van by men in plain clothes on a street in the capital Minsk Kalashnikovs team have said they can't contact her or to other opposition members. Patrick Revilla, the foreign desk. Ah, warning from US doctors The labor Day in Corona virus cases air up in 30 states. Dr. Asheesh John heads up the brown University School of Public Health. And you know, this summer was supposed to be our reprieve, right? It was supposed to be sort of the time when we got a break from the virus. So I am very worried that if we don't take these precautions seriously, we're going to go into the fall with school and colleges opening with a lot more cases, and it's going to be much more difficult to navigate and get through wildfires in California burning through 2.5 million acres, and here comes another one National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Paulette is in the Atlantic. Listening to ABC News from the my insurance. Dr dot com. Traffic Center official Insurance of Use Radio W. R V. A interstates air clear. No signs of any stalls or delays on side streets. Watch out for a crash, Gaskins wrote at three Chop Road that might cause some backup. I'm Dove Yubari assumed he's ready..

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:24 min | 6 months ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Today. The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Left for office said his country would support any decision by the Belarusan authorities regarding dialogue with the opposition and considered Mr Lukashenko's reform proposals is viable. And despite today's large demonstrations, mister Lover off claim things were returning to normal and Valorous. Yeah, prisoners. Do you have any reason in Germany? Is that steps down off? I think there are clear signs of normalization of the situation and these are very important. But at the same time we know that not everyone likes this through those who wish to turn the current peaceful course of events towards violence to provoke bloodshed and to turn everything into a Ukrainian scenario. Sugar This summer. We'll correspondent in Minsk is Jonah Fischer. First of all, just how big was today's demonstration? It was pretty big. I was an independent square, which is right in the center of the Belarus capital Minsk on we went there just before The demonstration was due to start all the side streets around that square were filled with riot police and army trucks and as people started to arrive, loudspeakers were blaring out warnings that it was illegal for them to gather and that they would be dispersed. But the simple fact Wass, there's so many people came. You know tens of thousands three hard T judge exactly How many, But I would say in the high tends of thousands, possibly Mohr. There were so many people there that it was simply impossible for the security forces that were there to really consider doing anything. So they watched on as the demonstrators chanted. They sang. These are still very much organic protest so they don't have a stage. They didn't really have a p a system. So they march around chanting and singing, And then they walked back down through the center of mints to on Old War memorial and continued their chanting. There's a very big demonstration of people power on a very brave one considering The presence of those security forces and the threats that have been made about possibly violently intervening, But that didn't happen in the end. No, it didn't happen. In the end, they attempted to march towards a presidential palace ofthe President Lukashenko and they were stopped by riot police and that ended relatively amicably, then followed rather strange scenes. Shall we say with President Lukashenko, Pictures of him were released, arriving at that's presidential palace wielding a Kalashnikov, a folding Kalashnikov and then meeting and being Given a warm reception by the various riot police who were there protecting his palace. So President keen to kind of get the tough man image out there show people that he's still about. But today was the day really when when the people hear in Minsk, in particular, reminded him just how unhappy they still are about that election two weeks ago? Yes, I suppose. Also, for some, it might suggest that he's fading. Pretty confident at the moment. I mean, what happens now? For the protesters. But I think this imbalance is looks like they're going to carry on. And in a similar vein, there will be. I think, continuing protests in the evening here in the center of Mints that there are strikes which are ongoing and we're expecting them to continue. I think the equation which the demonstrators and the few leaders of the demonstrations that do exist have going in their mind is Even though they don't appear to be chipping away it President Oh's power base in terms of the security apparatus in the army. If they keep going day after day after day, it increases the possibility that at some point a group within what had previously bean loyal people to President look look ashamed. Turn round and say, OK, Enough is enough. We can't carry on like this. Maybe it's time that we transition away from you to someone else. That is what I think they're hoping for. So far, there's no sign that President Lukashenko is really considering any sort of departure or any way out. One official in Minsk Well in neighboring Lithuania, Thousands of people today formed a human chain from the capital Vilnius to the Belarussian border in solidarity with those protesting in Minsk. The demonstrators, including the Lithuanian president sang The national anthem..

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So that was at the airport. What else can you tell us about the suspected poisoning? Is there any talk of a possible suspect or suspects or or a motive? No suspects yet certainly know among Navalny supporters. They find this to be no accident. Not surprising. They think it's politically motivated. Navalny has made his fair share of enemies with Siri's reports on corruption in the highest rungs of the Russian government and off Russian business. He's certainly been attacked numerous times before, including in 2017, when provocateurs doused him with a green dye that partially blinded him for a period. Then again in 2019 when he was exposed to some toxic substance while serving a month prison term, which caused some skin lesions, But he made it. Okay on course, there's this troubling pattern of enemies or perceived enemies. Of the Russian state being poisoned, Attacked, sometimes killed, you know in this prompts this constant debate here over who's really behind them, and specifically whether Vladimir Putin really gains from these brazen attacks on his opponents, and that the Kremlin says they're designed to make Putin look bad, and I want to bring in another voice here. This is Andre Kalashnikov, an analyst with the Moscow Carnegie Center here. Even if Kremlin doesn't know anything involved Squad Strange because it means that this kind of events are uncontrollable. FSB local If his B Saman emus off, no one could do it. Without essentially from Kremlin Now. The other option, says Kalashnikovs that the's orders or indeed, coming from the top from Putin. The point is, we can suspect but never seem to really know and interesting enough. The reaction to today's news from the Kremlin spokesman Was to wish Navalny speedy recovery reporter Charles Mains in Moscow. Thank you very much for this. Thanks, Margo. Dating shows are not exactly hard.

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Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in grave but stable condition after suspected poisoning

The World

03:33 min | 7 months ago

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in grave but stable condition after suspected poisoning

"Alexei Navalny, the face of Russia's opposition, a lawyer, a politician and a harsh critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Today, Navalny isn't an intensive care unit in Siberia. Suspected of poisoning reporter Charles Mains joins us from Moscow Charles How did all this play out and hasn't been established? That someone did indeed. Try to poison navalny? Well, it's still a developing story. And as far as whether you indeed was poisoned or not, is still an open theory, depending on who you talk to. We do know that he was fine home from Tomsk in Siberia back to Moscow. Along the flight. He didn't feel well, which prompted an emergency landing in Omsk not to be confused with Tomsk. Navarone now is actually in a medically induced coma on a respirator at the hospital there. Doctors say he's in serious but stable condition, although their quote fighting for his life Also lets his wife Julia, and his personal doctor now there's well that there were reports have some delays in getting access to Navalny initially with lots of police on the scene, So how did this happen? Have you heard any theories? Will his spokesperson I care? Young. Bush made comments to media here. So she says he just drank some black tea at the airport before the flight, and it's obvious that he was poisoned at that moment. Idea here being that hot liquid was more likely to absorb quickly into his body. You know, In fact, a passenger named Pavel Lebedev took a photo of navalny sitting at the cafe in the airport before he got on the flight. He appeared to be drinking tea and later the two of them ended up on that same flight. Andi. It's interesting that some point heat this level have noticed Howl's coming from the laboratory realized that the cries were coming from Navalny, and he ended up detail ing all this in a post to social media once he touched down in arms. So that was at the airport. What else can you tell us about the suspected poisoning? Is there any talk of a possible suspect or suspects or or a motive? No suspects yet certainly know among Navalny supporters. They find this to be no accident. Not surprising. They think it's politically motivated. Navalny has made his fair share of enemies with Siri's reports on corruption in the highest rungs of the Russian government and off Russian business. He's certainly been attacked numerous times before, including in 2017, when provocateurs doused him with a green dye that partially blinded him for a period. Then again in 2019 when he was exposed to some toxic substance while serving a month prison term, which caused some skin lesions, But he made it. Okay on course, there's this troubling pattern of enemies or perceived enemies. Of the Russian state being poisoned, Attacked, sometimes killed, you know in this prompts this constant debate here over who's really behind them, and specifically whether Vladimir Putin really gains from these brazen attacks on his opponents, and that the Kremlin says they're designed to make Putin look bad, and I want to bring in another voice here. This is Andre Kalashnikov, an analyst with the Moscow Carnegie Center here. Even if Kremlin doesn't know anything involved Squad Strange because it means that this kind of events are uncontrollable. FSB local If his B Saman emus off, no one could do it. Without essentially from Kremlin Now. The other option, says Kalashnikovs that the's orders or indeed, coming from the top from Putin. The point is, we can suspect but never seem to really know and interesting enough. The reaction to today's news from the Kremlin spokesman Was to wish Navalny speedy recovery reporter Charles Mains in Moscow. Thank you very much for this.

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Speaker of the house Republicans are trying to storm the shift the impeachment hearings don't know if they got in it as we speak they're trying to get in there well I know we talked about it today it's all noise who cares I mean they can all this drama I'm by here's Brian online one was talking with the emoluments clause the emoluments clause are you kidding all right let's let's have it Hey Brian how you doing I mean in the the gas lighting we're going on the we think one of the monument Kalashnikovs tuition for reason to avoid you know presidents are profiting from the I'm not brother and she saw in the past you know spending over a hundred million dollars or I'm going you know you got a black girl to get nothing so I mean I Brian then bring them up say that he's a he's committing impeachable offenses because he owns golf clubs and and resorts as president I don't even have it in me to argue with you am I what what what do you think is the is the resistance to Nancy Pelosi and and and the Democrat leadership be gaining an impeachment process I just think instead of you know pretending nothing how are you know this could then we should be talking about candidates no no Americans who does the best Americans chose the best candidate in twenty sixteen he was an appointed Brian he was elected but again you're in the spirit of wanting to argue I got no argument with you are you opposed to the house tomorrow voting on articles of impeachment getting the process started they got thank god and that's why you don't want to impeach him because you know they're going to fall flat you like the idea of the constant drama and the big green and I get it I don't really blame you I mean you're you're against him lot of Mr forum I'm not even.

Ring security system program with law enforcement raises privacy concerns

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

07:15 min | 1 year ago

Ring security system program with law enforcement raises privacy concerns

"You gotta interesting new report on how the ring video doorbell which is owned by Amazon and not just the video doorbell but all the cameras that ring produces they're now starting to link up with police forces around the country what we now yeah so there are four hundred of the partnership across the country in this program that rain started last year and what it does is it allows officers in the partner program to not just sort of have a seat at the table of light rain called its social network neighbors which is where a lot of three neighbors post about how you know sufficient happening and crime reports from within the neighborhood but also a lot of the officers to do video request so they can draw sort of a a box around the area they're looking into maybe taking down a criminal and it'll rain will send out those requests to any homeowners in the area thanks would you mind sharing your video from whatever cameras you have around your house from within that time the homeowner can say no I I don't want to contribute but you know I a lot of homeowners will book again and you know go to contribute to this effort that is kind of a thing you know for some people privacy concerns so this is not something where the police can access the video from your camera you have to opt in and you have to agree to have that information shared so why are people some people saying this is not a good thing in their cautious about this yeah that's right it is it is called a locked in and that is a really important point that ring is making they say the homeowners in control you know the interesting thing about these is that so many of the cameras have proliferated across the country there's millions of the right now and you know they started started as smart doorbell but now they're just a whole home home security systems that people post cameras all around our house became as our motion detecting high resolution for the capture of life not just your front door step it's also your you know a year across the street neighbors did every sort of sales person and delivery person that come to your door and you know there's a component to it with this neighborhood watch you know element where people are looking out of the social network Hey who is this person may look suspicious when it ends up being and the needy talking on the door for help so you know what I think of the worry for some people is kind of a broader one are we going to get you know Big Brother fear in the future where there are cameras everywhere and we are really only one step away from from seeing that footage but you know I think we're going to be internal point where a lot of homeowners are saying I'm okay with that like if my if my camera captures something that can help police you know I'm I'm I'm happy to help yeah a lot of people measuring their trade offs for both convenience and safety I in all of this you know a story that came out in the last twenty four hours or so about these big technology companies I have so much access to surveillance apple has no apologize for allowing contractors to listen to voice recordings of sciri users people and do you know engaging in everyday activity contractors were able to listen in on some of that I know apple issuing an apology and so when you hear a story like that drove we also think about with companies like Amazon having access to so much video footage around the country this is not a government this is not we don't have oversight over this is a private company we're basically saying we trust you not to mess this up and our people on guard for that particular thing yeah I mean that's a great point and yet people are starting to think about that trade off morning off and you know and and working with a lot of cases where privacy and surveillance for to come into play where a lot of people are okay with that they're they're happy to find it over but maybe not everybody is okay with that right in there is sort of a public right to privacy and in a way and not you you're not really expecting to be surveilled and you're just going down residential block you know the the the the one thing that some some water after having back you know the police required everybody to put a camera on their front doorstep we all you know recoil right that would be something that would be feel really ought to us and yet you know because it's a it's a private company that pushing it and and I should say you know that ring is owned by Amazon Amazon is is founded by Jack Baker on Kalashnikov I just need to say that you know he is looses what we're private company comes in and offers a not for the convenience and utility that that people are wanting I should we be at okay with that and in that case as well that's kind of the big questions you know this this harkens to something that happened in my neighborhood one of my neighbors was having a problem with someone who who is new to the neighborhood and he was just really at anyway they were having a problem and he put it put cameras in his windows you know to catch different you know his driver and everything one of his cameras the red dot you could see in their backyard at their pool you know from what his so every time she was every time I go out to my car every time I go through my art I crossed that red dot I know what triggers is Cameron he takes a picture and the cops like there's nothing you can do about it yeah nothing you can do about it and and and I this this reminds me kind of of that as these cameras get more and more widespread you're gonna be going out in your backyard and you're here to click click click click click click click all the neighbors you to surveillance equipment goes off I don't think we want to live in that world yeah a lot of people are honored by that I mean you think about you know a place where you're never expecting surveillance right you're expected to go into a store and the sort of on camera but this needs a residential neighborhood yeah and so yeah I mean there are a lot of success for the main points to a package he's being haunted in other words you know what sort of bad guys but you know there's all the stories when you go into the neighbor's social networking and this is something you know I have a ring in my home I live in their own and you know one of is sort of nearby neighborhood had a couple kids who are you know is Halloween it was but it was early in the day that they didn't have a costume on but it was near school anyway they knocked on the door and you know that the person at the door never really answered in in the kids walk away and nothing ever happened but they posted the footage on to the social network in it with you know these kids faces in high definition you can clearly tell who they were and you know this if you've got thousands of using people were commenting on others insinuation that these kids were up to no good and so you know that you know I you can imagine that being a parent yeah you know having concern about that in sort of on a broader scale thinking of all of these millions of cameras with but like you said earlier no real government oversight right and private rules only apply you know that's a that's a concerning reality we're living in Hey drew before before I let you go thirty seconds you're in a Washington DC is offering for instance rebate programs to have people install these cameras to help to help cops in their law enforcement duties but are there any jurisdictions you're aware of that are pushing back against these types of surveillance systems you know there are a couple police department if they ring has offered a three cameras and we're not comfortable with giving us out because we don't want to be sort of misconstrued as being a self person for anyone private company interesting some communities I can print that they're saying no to things like facial recognition I think that's going to be the big debate in the future how how comfortable are all is one person how comfortable are we have the people with with this greater surveillance yeah I think one I think we're one good publicize scandal away from this becoming a big deal I drew Harwell thanks a lot really appreciate it this

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Soldiers five that Kalashnikovs they beat people to the ground with titles than fun is blaze as rioters fleet the advancing tanks with moody hand held camerawork and menacing music this is the slick propaganda video that was put out on Thursday by the Hong Kong garrison of the Chinese army the army hasn't been deployed yet but the video appears to be a harsh warning to the Hong Kong protest movement which for weeks has been staging marches against a controversial extradition bill these have evolved into a full blown marches for democracy the B. B. C. Celia Hatton is in Beijing the video definitely shows a change in tone from previous videos that have been put out by the same garrison in Hong Kong so earlier videos which show soldiers smiling and being patted on the back by Hong Kong residents and and it basically the message in the past has always been Hey we're here but we come in peace we're just here just to look out for any kind of four in the rats threatening Hong Kong this is a very different in tone it's quite aggressive it shows troops in combat it shows troops setting off explosives at certain points you can see US soldiers leading the way individuals who have obviously been arrested so really I think essentially it's meant to threaten protesters in Hong Kong and to show that the gloves are are are basically ready to come off at any time well the protests in recent days have appeared to be getting a bit more violent than paas protests is there a fear that things could spiral there's been a fear for quite some time I mean it is fear erupted back in twenty fourteen during comparatively peaceful pro democracy protests the so called umbrella protests back in twenty fourteen so this is something that is long been feared you know every time the garrison expands its territory in Hong Kong this fear is voice but I think what's fueling these fears is the fact that the government in Beijing is refusing to directly calm concerns that the military could sweep and so twice in the past week the government has faced direct questions first at the ministry of defense press conference and then again at a very unusual press conference held by the Hong Kong affairs office in Beijing both times they were directly asked will the government use force to stop the protests and both times they gave a very vague answer saying just look up the relevant law well the relevant law is article fourteen of the Hong Kong basic law which says that yes the Chinese military can go in to support it says the Hong Kong police in times of natural disaster or social unrest and clearly we're getting towards a period of repeated social unrest every weekend depending on how you define it and so the fact that the government is refusing to directly rule out military intervention and on top of that now we have the military itself releasing quite aggressive dramatic videos showing troops preparing for combat the message I think that they really want to say even though they're not saying it directly is that yes the ready an willing if need be Celia happen in Beijing you're listening to the world this week the program that tells you what happened in the past seven days and why it counts coming up why Ethiopia is on the mind boggling drive to plant trees is it realistic.

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"But, you know to, to die, same build, you know, same gate, same down, same bullets, you know, two different than channels, and it was like, well, and, you know, some jumped up, and we drove these guys down into the into the into a ditch. So the medic get working on them. And then, you know, and that's another story for another time. Whereas watch the metrics, kind of, you know, we're in the dark under fire medics wearing gloves. You know, they're Afghan medics wearing gloves. You know, fumbling with attorney that we'd been issued, and so it was one of those snapshot moments I looked at it, and it was like, that's that's weird. And then, you know, then it was back on trying to conduct the fight and stuff. And so, but that was another one where, you know, the ages performed really well on on, you know, on the other guys that you know we ended up getting him but, but, but on the but on the back and worked really well there too. You know, the first rat say was. Guy that was shot made with an AK and, you know, and it was like a chunk of meat taken from guys way. And you know, used they're used to one of my turn it gets on his leg. He's actually is a guy that had decided to fight us we're night. And so, but I answer your question. Sorry stores, definitely interesting. And I mean, they keep forty seven just like quintessential Taft ghanistan to, like you will never separate the Afghan people from their Kalashnikov, and even though I was bringing up on the last podcast because we were talking about how we're going to get into this on this episode. I think the Kalashnikov is appeared on like the flags of what two or three different countries over the years it has. Yeah, yeah, it certainly has it should be on the one of the Middle Eastern countries. A couple of the African countries of if put it up on their flag. They do make those Afghan war carpets though, that feature the Kalashnikov. That's true. I might have brought a few of those. So I think I think the basis of, you know, of the entire conversation is a there's, there's the AK is a great is a great system. Now my saying that the United States military, should, you know, switch whole hog over to Kate though. That's it's not what I'm saying, and I don't think that's what you're saying either Jack than the whole premises. We've discounted we've discounted this genius engineering now for like seventy years in, in. Maybe just maybe we should look at that and then adopter own so that we could have an even better rifle than the one that we have now. Yeah. I think so for sure. And I think especially for SF teams, there's something to be said for, you know, like if you're going to a country that uses Kalashnikovs, and that's the kind of bullets you're gonna find on the battlefield just carry a k. During AJ to an HA. I mean, it's you know it used to used to have some of my buddies will well carrying them forth, as more comfortable with it. And it was like, hey man, but that's not really an excuse. The your, your professional, which means both nightly, you should you should be such panel of experts in every rifle system. But most, especially the ones you you're most likely going to encounter the AK. I mean, if you're working with a military that carries a f- AL or your working, what's that Isreaeli rifle tavlin or whatever? I mean whatever the hell yeah. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. You know. And that's and really that's I guess, I mean that the risk of sun crass. So I mean ninety crass but it's kind of the difference between a professional and you know in, in somebody's who's not a true professional, you know, it's like constant improvement in the constant, you know, they, they constant thin slicing down to get to the root of understanding of as much is in your profession as possible. You know, it's kinda like musician, you know, like, you know, prince musician or the musician, formerly known as prince, I guess, before he passed away, but, you know, and I'm not a big fan of prince, but you read articles about this day, and he literally knew how to play like every instrument, you could put in front of you is like unbelievably boost in everything to do with music..

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Lucian Kim, Afghan War Museum And Afghanistan discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:17 min | 2 years ago

Lucian Kim, Afghan War Museum And Afghanistan discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"Russia. Mark the thirtieth anniversary of the Soviet army's withdrawal from Afghanistan yesterday nine year war drained, the Soviet Union, and for shadowed the collapse of its communist system, just two years after the pullout NPR's Lucian Kim reports on how Russian veterans remember the war Moscow's, Afghan war museum is located on the ground floor of an apartment building on the outskirts of the city. When I close the metal door behind me eager year in the director comes out to meet me. The museum is just a couple of halls filled with artifacts from the war that started with the Soviet invasion in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine though the girthy Felicity, Niagara, the points to maps photographs medals a pair of combat some boombox and a Kalashnikov assault rifle the urine worked in a Moscow car plant before he was drafted at age twenty in Afghanistan. He served two years as an infantry platoon sergeant. Russell first of all we were following orders. And Secondly, the motherland centers we wouldn't have gone on her own you're young. But we understood that we were fighting for our country urine turns on his phone to show me a slide show of black and white photos accompanied by a song about Kunduz Afghan city where he was face.

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Kalashnikov, maker of AK-47 assault rifle, building an electric car

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Kalashnikov, maker of AK-47 assault rifle, building an electric car

"Nine the company that makes the. K. forty-seven assault rifle is getting into the, electric car market Kalashnikov debuted the prototype at an arm's ferry in Moscow. Bloomberg reporter Elizabeth chairman says design is a throwback to nineteen seventies Soviet era Russia looks very retro Broad. Grill an online drew some kind of favorable responses, from commentators little different to the kind of snappy in very spotty electric cars that we. Come to get, used, to from the most obvious comic is says, Kalashnikov is also diversifying into other sectors including clothing baking, adding line's been opening shorts, to fill as close and they in Agassi interest and others as well and thinking about. This I mean obviously has significant manufacturing, capabilities of highly complex systems and indepence release that they, put out. They also said that they keep comparing this electric car they actually made themselves Bloomberg reporter Elizabeth

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of the artists that. Are in the show are listed. You. Can see samples of their work you can see, also there are pieces that are going to be their best deals a lot of them have posted those online and you know. I mean this year. Are dusty owes thirty five, hundred dollar original oil painting for one hundred dollars. Oh my gosh and you've got deals like that all. Over the shell I remember buying everything from a painting one year. To I, guess, it would. Be called a glorified lawn ornament but both these things would have, probably been several hundred, dollars five or six hundred dollars I bought. Them off the street exactly and and the. Nice thing It's. A ten dollar admission to. Get in and the gates open, at nine AM on Sunday the proceeds go to. The foundation at arapahoe. Community college and so. Far we've, raised them, seventy five thousand dollars since we started this show to help scholarships I was gonna say it's a win win they get art but you're also helping kids that are trying to go to school some artists summer not but you're helping them, the, less. And I, think it's a great place for kids to learn how to. Buy art because they can. Buy, whatever's there. I mean, they can they, can afford, everything there, so they can kind. Of shop around well one new thing I do want to. Say this year because the crowds are. Big at nine o'clock and some people feel I I don't want to deal with. That at eleven o'clock there will be deals. That haven't been, seen yet we'll hit the air horn eleven, AM to remind people that eleven AM deals are out. And artists who. Has those deals will have a little green flag in. Their booth so you'll know who's who thanks so much Jim as always for the time and have fun this. Weekend thanks guys nine twenty five money news dun-rite home improvement putting that listen to that. We check in with money watchers say. The dollar set for its Biggest weekly died, since March the dollar. Is down markets, digest two speech by fed chair Jerome Powell on the direction of monetary policy the dollar. Took a hit this week after. The president said he wasn't thrilled with the Federal Reserve raising interest rates when I say the word Kalashnikov you probably. Don't think, electric car. Company that's most famous for making guns is taking aim see what. I, did there at. Tesla sorry about that Kalashnikov is unveiled what they call their electric supercar the CV one is based on a nineteen seventy Soviet hatchback Kalashnikov says the CB one can. Travel more than two hundred miles on one charge. A word on when the. Car might be available for you to buy durable goods orders are down more than twice as much as analysts were expecting orders for items meant. To last at least three years fell one point seven percent in July dragged down by a pretty big. Retreat in, aircraft, orders analysts were forecasting, Klein of about. Eight tenths of a percent. But without that non-defense without those, defense goods in there actually the Goods were up one point four percent. Right now on Wall Street the Dow is up one hundred. And twenty, points and NASDAQ is up sexy the s&p is up fourteen a company that's. Famous for the way that it rewards its highest performers wants, them to use that symbol of achievement to.

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Point it was, ten days into our trip and Ashman had just flown off from Gadea show, actually so he had seen him off at the airport and we came back into town in. A car and waiting for our car was about a wagon, sort of what's called, a technical but it's a flatbed truck with a cannon in the back and there were about twelve guys? Who knows for ten or fifteen. Guys with Kalashnikovs waiting for us and they aim the cannon right through our windshield. And my guards did nothing so they were overpowered. And The ten or twelve guys came over to my side of the car and dragged me, out they beat me with their guns they bloodied, my head they broke my. Wrist they broke my glasses And they piled me into? A, waiting car. And then off we drove into the Bush and then I was captain for the next two and a half years, and what were the conditions that you were. Held under like well miserable dirty most of the time I was held in the Bush for the first few months and also kind of indoors sometimes but then they put. Me, on a ship. The same pirate gang had actually caught a tuna vessel. A little bit after they captured me and the anchor did a Hobo and. They brought me and one other journalists sorry one other, hostage actually a, fisherman from the Seychelles wonderful guy named Raleigh they. Put the two of us on board the ship probably to save money so they didn't have to have two separate guard teams and we spent I. Spent five or six months on that ship and that was an unusual part of my captivity. Because I don't think any other. Western writer has spent, time on a ship. Captured by Somali pirates That was says southeast Asia Taiwanese East Asian ship with a lot of southeast Asian sailors There. Were a total of, thirty hostages on board twenty eight crew and the. Two of us and then after that I was held alone, in prison houses around Galkayo so there was, a variety of experiences and actually the ship which was. Frightening when, I first bought it I had no idea what was going on at night you know..

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That point though, it was ten days into our trip and Ashwin had just flown off from, the show actually so he'd seen him off at the airport and we came back into town. In a car and waiting for our car was, about a wagon sort of what's, called a technical but it's a flatbed truck with a cannon in the back and there were about twelve? Guys who knows ten or fifteen. Guys with Kalashnikovs waiting for us and they aim the cannon right through our windshield. And, my guards did nothing so they were overpowered. And The ten or twelve guys came over to my side of the car and drag, me up they beat me with guns they blended, my head they broke my. Wrist they broke my glasses And they filed me into a waiting car and then off we drove into the Bush and then I was captive for the. Next two and a half. Years and what were, the conditions that you. Were held under like Well miserable dirty most of the time I was held in the Bush for the first few months and also kind of indoors. Sometimes, but then they. Put me on a ship the, same pirate gang had actually. Caught a tuna vessel a little bit after they captured, me and the, anchor did a Hobo and they brought me and one, other journalists sorry, one other hostage actually a fisherman from the Seychelles. A wonderful guy named Raleigh they put the two of us on board the ship probably save money so they didn't have to have two separate guard, teams and we spent I spent five or. Six months on that ship and that was, an unusual part of my captivity because I don't think any other western. Writer has spent time on a ship captured by Somali pirates That was. A southeast Asian Shiva Taiwanese East Asian ship with a lot of southeast Asian sailors there were total of thirty hostages upward twenty eight crew and the two of us and. Then, after that I. Was held alone in prison houses, around Galkayo so there was. A variety of experiences and actually the ship which was, frightening when I. First bordered it I had no idea what was going, on at night, you know turned out to be the easiest part, of the experience because the food was not bad well yeah and that's actually interesting is that there's apart we used to talk about the spaghetti meals We're on land they were, miserable the pirates would actually serve as cooked spaghetti with not very much. On it out of plastic bags basically shopping bags of garbage bags and we, would have, to eat that with with forks one bag? For the. Two, of, us me, in Raleigh and we would eat one one bite at a. Time and that was done in our dinner and through that process of just, eating what spaghetti with. Like essentially nothing on it she said. Well potato maybe maybe you shed a lot of weight at forty pounds at first the within the first. Several months I mean by the time I was on the ship I had lost. Forty pounds and that, was I took about three months so the other. Thing that I thought was interesting was that the spaghetti meals oddly enough made you think of Smalley as, colonialist past that's right Well I I mean I noticed. That's Somalia's, like spaghetti even before I was captured so when I was traveling around and central Somalia. And, we, had meals together sometimes it was spaghetti and. I mentioned that to my fixer I said Is this a holdover from from the time Italy was running part of small, colony and he said. Yeah it was the best thing they. Left behind No, because the reason why I wanted to get into that is because there's so many lingering problems. That a lot of countries in Africa are struggling with and a lot of experts have pointed to the colonialist history that's caused some of these scars? I'm, wondering, how do you see that playing into what was left of Somalia, that allowed. These pirates to sort of take over and run the waterways Well I I think there's, no question that Italy and as well as Britain ran Somalia they ran. Two sections of Soma Somalian during the colonial era. As plantations so they they they took the stuff that they wanted Somalis to grow, and and slaughter, so, there's a lot of cattle in some way The holdover is that Somalis for awhile? They, they, were running their own country very well but the the they never, learned to..

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Up where they were from and our elder had grown up there too so he promised basically Security from the clan that he was related to and it certainly seems like. The the guards we actually had turned on, us so in other words the clan that was supposed, to protect me turn turned on me and. Probably turned on him Interesting okay so? You're there and I want to get right? I want to get, to the, the the big, part of this story but? When, you're, there obviously European probably don't see many, many guys looking like you down there is everybody are you kind of do you have. A. Target on your back even if it's not you know let's kill him but who is this guy well yeah some Somalia is extremely. Close. Closed off which which means that any foreigner. Stands out and that went for Ashwin to who's Indian. Okay so you're down there so. So take us to it because I know what happened on. The tail end of your trip takes us there Ashwin decided to leave a little bit early he went to Mogadishu which meant a flight, from Kyle so we went to the airport we saw him off, and he got safely onto his plane but it was back on the way. Back from the airport, that a technical full of twelve guys with Kalashnikovs was waiting for my car and they came Came off the back of the technical which is a flatbed truck by the way when sort of a battle wagon They came off the back of that. Truck and they they opened my side of the, car and they they took me out and, they beat meaning broke my glasses And they bundled me into a an SUV, that was waiting and we drove off into the smaller Bush What are..

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on KKAT

"Internet outside one a lot of this liberal crap out there today so don't miss the show but before we start mr producer now we're talking before the show and he said to me it was interesting because i i said man i'm going to start with that did you see this video north korean soldier trying to escape or did escape at the dmz the demilitarized zone that have been there the demilitarized zone between south korea north korea folks name when we're talking about these what we should be thankful for things after thanks sean you should thank thank god every single i mean there's for economic liberty and freedom because economic liberty is political liberty it doesn't really matter and vice versa it doesn't really matter who you vote for if they control your output if you're an indentured servants at the state like you are in a communist country it doesn't matter who you vote for the next choice is going to do the same gene did you see the video what this guy went through the snow syrian soldier escaped we speeds past the a picture in your head right now these hac some four or five soldiers north korean soldiers chased some with there i think they had kalashnikovs i didn't see the rifle they had a seven six two rout the guy crashes in the ditch to get away from communism and socialism right he runs out of the car north korean soldiers dropped to a position with their rifles poeple may gave the hit him five times that guy still makes it over to south korea a couple of south korean look like marines or something get there they grabbed them they're in a proopposition to they pull up over the border the north koreans bravery rule by the way they firing into south korea and actually running across the dmz but you know forget communist rules they don't actually yelled they don't really care much about the rules i'd gets obvious the guy lifts the lives and they find now today that he has hepatitis b he has to burke yellow sis which apparently is rampant in north korea he's been in ease infected with we've all kinds of g gastrointestinal uh parasites eddie was shot five times by the north koreans the.

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

Sportstalk 790

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

"To build a team in gold first let me go to san antonio because when they won in 2014 that wasn't a super a b miami tim duncan manu ginobili need so they weren't the the players the hall of famers at that point that near career kawhi leonard was young cowburn louisiana's the birth of course kalashnikov yet the foul one night championship was by being a team having great kimberly of fitting team parts together any gregg popovich aw and in the best way for those players to play set a golden state hooper team id recent subpar because kevin durant went there but let's face it they were a great team they were a wonderful team much from this team before duran even got every once these regan and most of us believe he would have won the second chance agrees not not suspended but they didn't do it because up so much more charlet than everybody draymond green the second round nobody expected star player steph curry there were question marks about him what they had a great mystery parts they fit together and a system that fit there roster entities go do that with hard is not going to change when chris was therefore only a couple of games harden was playing like harden chris was the one that made a he's off dean uh and he's not an off the ball not a great off the ball player he's not catching shoot player and there's g now i will say this there's one caveat okay because chris paul does it really fit the way they play like you watch uh and win james harden makes quick moves quick decisions and we he he's either bullets at a whole or he's penetrating in passing or he's taken a quick three when he kicks it out to a teammate at the 3point line they make a quick decision they either shoot the three day bhd s.

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

Sportstalk 790

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

"To build a team in gold first let me go to san antonio because when they won in 2014 that wasn't a super a b miami tim duncan manu ginobili need so they weren't the the players the hall of famers at that point that near career kawhi leonard was young cowburn louisiana's the birth of course kalashnikov yet the foul one night championship was by being a team having great kimberly of fitting team parts together any gregg popovich aw and in the best way for those players to play set a golden state hooper team id recent subpar because kevin durant went there but let's face it they were a great team they were a wonderful team much from this team before duran even got every once these regan and most of us believe he would have won the second chance agrees not not suspended but they didn't do it because up so much more charlet than everybody draymond green the second round nobody expected star player steph curry there were question marks about him what they had a great mystery parts they fit together and a system that fit there roster entities go do that with hard is not going to change when chris was therefore only a couple of games harden was playing like harden chris was the one that made a he's off dean uh and he's not an off the ball not a great off the ball player he's not catching shoot player and there's g now i will say this there's one caveat okay because chris paul does it really fit the way they play like you watch uh and win james harden makes quick moves quick decisions and we he he's either bullets at a whole or he's penetrating in passing or he's taken a quick three when he kicks it out to a teammate at the 3point line they make a quick decision they either shoot the three day bhd s you can't play with yeah you could play especially when you're young you you're going to play voltage school i played r i played it fair brexit i went back to newark played in oslo on live euwide yet

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Was of course the designer of the ak forty seven said to be the most popular firearm in the entire world those who knows things say there are a hundred million rifles of kalashnikovs design out there russia's culture ministry says the rifles have become part of the country's cultural brand monument the picks kalashnikov cradling his rifle and those are you bullet points i'm evan brown fox news here's what some people at the big networks and big newspapers don't understand that your smart and that you want to be talked with not o f f wins and radio one of the reasons we exist he's to find out exactly what you say news talk 1130 wi aceh where your opinion counts ooh 1130 wins and marco lying late afternoon show wisconsin state treasurer met adoption is calling on the milwaukee county board to reject county executive chris abe lease proposal for a sixty dollar per car wheel tax pointing out that in the most recent election there was an advisory referendum on the ballot in the city of milwaukee dell i believe we ever remembers these things there was a referendum on the ballot it was advisory should we have a sixty dollar a car wheel tax it bitterly at was it all the milwaukee county it was just the city but i would think in the city you would have more support for higher taxes that the suburbs the ball was 72 28 percent no the only parts of the city of milwaukee that voted for higher wheel tax was the lower east side a it's the most liberal part of the city of milwaukee be it's also the part of the city of milwaukee were carownership is probably the lowest given a hard it is to own a car given the lack of parking in that part of the city of milwaukee still it was seventy two percent to twenty eight percent against doing it at rompczyk as saying look if we had an advisory referendum and the overwhelming result in the public was not to do it the county board shouldn't turn around and do it some comments on this issue because the public is generally illinformed bad things like this if we do raise the wheel tax for all of a waikiki cody all the way up to sixty dollars when do you pay the way he'll tax you.

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"kalashnikovs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"kalashnikovs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The interrogator wanted him to confess to using a kalashnikov so to get him to say that they stripped him naked and put a plumbing clamp on his penis drawn to the source seconds faucet you feel like this it will look destined for left by libya are you going to haul the la fulfil the whole those resumes as long as i said it was an acre for is there uh okay the jamaa his elbow alaska politically enter predict that that you're the one that asked to confess onslaught 5bullet with the amount as it is a magazine it's amazing how medical laugh at this because it was hard for me to hear the details of his torture ours personal as they are horrifying and the interrogator still wasn't happy with his confession so he took a metal rod which had been sharpened to appoint and started pushing it into the base of hamas spine on a new of this weapon he had watched another interrogator sodomise one of his cellmates with it pushing it until it poked through his abdomen it took several days for the man to die of infection jechorek loyal to the call us madam netanyahu in a safe us side i said i will admit the victim of oil luckily foiled aside even thought they could there they've got these being used against you you've got us to sell them what they want this is the new yorker radio hour we're hearing a man in modern all her hamata talking about the false confession he gave under torture to syrian interrogators there were thousands and thousands of false confessions just like his this gave a kind of legal sheen to the practice of locking up nonviolent protesters and prosecuting them as terrorists a group of independent investigators is collecting evidence for crimes like these against the assad regime they're trying to build the most comprehensive war crimes case since nazi officials were tried at nuremberg more than a halfcentury ago again a warning there are some very graphic and upsetting descriptions of what modern went through ben tab continues our story this sieges investigation began in the most unlikely way bill while he was meeting with the libyan exile in the share and his phone rang on the other end of the line and old friend i told him that the british government was looking for someone to train syrian activists to document human rights violations and my answer was no i i don't want.

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