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"keith boyer" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"From the college of cardinals Seth Jones CBS news wrong decision by the Methodist church to ban gay clergy and same sex marriage. Ignited new concerns about its future amid the fallout. The one church plan does not agree with the words of our safe. You're the decision by the worldwide conference. Please traditionalist but raised doubts about the modern Methodist motto open hearts. Open minds open doors, please do not ignore our voices. Traditionalist said loosening the fates ban on same sex marriage and ordination of gay and lesbian. Clergy defied the word of God like Reverend Keith Boyer yet. They said LGBT members are welcome up to a point. I believe that those who engage in the practice of homosexuality are not living a life that pleases. God I made an emotional debate. New rules were adopted to stiffen punishment for heretics clergy who officiate at same sex, weddings could be suspended without pay for a year and defrocked if they do it again, but Reverend Thomas Berlin said tradition tradition sake is self destructive. You will be putting a virus into the American church that will make it very sick. But delegates were mindful of where the church is growing thirty percent of members are from Africa where many? Nations outlaw homosexuality itself. Matthew Pearson is a gay minister from California who rejects the traditional plan and said it's possible. A new church is being born we are prepared to live into our full calling as a church what that looks like at this point. I don't know dean Reynolds, CBS news, Chicago. The state of Texas has put a seventy year old man to death. Billy Cobham became the oldest inmate ever executed in Texas in one thousand nine hundred ninety killed the grandparents and brother of his estranged wife outside. Waco spokesman Robert her says the veterans last statement twice included the phrase that'll be five dollars. He decided that he would use that catchphrase whenever someone would talk to him to see if they would give him money way that the children in Vietnam were given money by the soldiers when he was over there that was happening Cobo, son daughter-in-law and a friend had to be removed from the witness booth for screaming and pounding on the glass they were jailed for resisting arrest. Barbara schwartz. For CBS news, Dallas, WalMart, avoiding. Some heat. Here's correspondent Steve Kathan. There's word the WalMart store and Marion North Carolina has found a new job for greeter J Melton is tops. When you walk into the store. He feel welcomed in WalMart. Melton a seventeen year employees with cerebral palsy faced losing his job and got news coverage along with others. Now that the company wants those workers to perform more physical tasks, the WalMart CEO has outlined specific steps. Now that stores can take to keep those employees on the job. Steve Kaethe in CBS news.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And there's something more to this story that hasn't been revealed here so someone's back we did a show in whittier officer keith boyer had been killed by a violent gang member who was let out of prison and not returned to prison after he violated parole and so we supported a proposition that would roll back prop forty seven and fifty seven and jerry brown stupid prisoner dumping raw to put some balance back into the whole justice system because it's it's really out of control so they get enough signatures they get the signatures delivered on time and then a number of counties most notably san diego the signatures and then they go up said bypass sorry it's not going to get on the ballot in november two thousand eighteen you gotta wait till twenty twenty so we just what was his name jim cooper tim cooper democratic assembly member from elk grove up near sacramento and he was one of the forces behind the proposition any and he's a democrat but he comes on any alludes to mysterious powerful forces he wouldn't say who and he thinks they intentionally didn't count the didn't count the signatures just kept saying i'll leave it at that speech especially in san diego and i said well these politicians secretary state alex padilla jerry brown they give threatening phone calls i mean who's behind this wealthy political donors criminals what what's going on he wouldn't say secondly how can you have i mean there are so there are few things more detailed than proposition law and if you've ever been involved in one of these proposition campaigns you know what we're talking about you have to have it typed a certain way on the paper has to be so wide and so long and the requirements to sign you have to be a registered voter you have to often sign in the county in which you live the wording matters they look for all sorts of picky yoon errors in the printing typing in the printing of the proposition to throw it out to dismiss it very carefully you gotta pay a lot of money to aligarh to get this done right but there's no law that requires the registrar to count the signatures on time jim cooper said they don't have any legal recourse it's like well sorry didn't do it i don't remember this ever happening before i can't believe it's legal and there's no consequences or there's no requirement that it gets put on the ballot now that they found the signatures they have enough signatures suspiciously just doesn't make sense to me yeah i don't know it seems like someone was told to sit on it yeah well i wanna know who and now the name of the san diego registrar and we're going to focus on san diego because they had the largest batch of signatures that were not counted michael do is the registrar his last name is vu michael vu i got a picture of him here they were quick with the gas in the car tax repeals they got a lot of signatures you see they too busy with that an axe planes carl demayo in the last days was nervous about this nervous and suspicious he knew he had plenty and he was focusing on la county plenty signatures he had nine hundred sixty thousand signatures that was way over what he needed but he he was hearing nothing from los angeles and the los angeles guy whose name escapes me at the moment was involved in some kind of vote the scandal logan logan was involved in some kind of votes scandal up in seattle and you got bounced out of there and ended up here in la and just a few weeks before he supposed to turn over the gas repeal signatures gas tax repeal signatures is when his department lost almost one hundred and twenty thousand voter registration names i'm just twenty thousand people who are eligible to vote in the last primary their names disappeared off the.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Tonight lows mid sixties to low seventies will be partly cloudy tomorrow with highs in the mid eighties to mid nineties and there is a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms in the i e right now eighty four in dana point it's eightytwo lisa viejo ninety two in diamond bar and ninety in north hollywood we lead local live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom i'm debra mark john kobylt and ken chiampou kfi am six forty welcome everybody welcome we're going to talk again about something that came up yesterday on the show in late last week some months ago we went to whittier honor of whittier police officer keith boyer we took our show there to help collect signatures on a ballot initiative which was going to make some changes to props forty seven fifty seven into what we call the prisoner dumping bill ab one overnight because all these all these laws have let a lot of prisoners out onto the streets it's greatly reduced arrests property crime is up dramatically because stealing property now isn't a crime if it's under nine hundred and fifty dollars please don't even bother because it's a misdemeanor and you don't get sentenced anymore for these kinds of misdemeanors in la county for example it is actually the is the policy the sheriff's department if you get arrested for some kind of burglary and it's under nine fifty you don't go to jail because the jails are full the jails are full people let a prisoner early and that's why we've got so many homeless people in the street a of these guys are drug criminals they used to be forced into drug rehab that was particularly leverage was taken away from prosecutors as terrible you see it in the streets you were speaking of the nextdoor app nextdoor app in my town which was virtually crime free for as long as we've lived there has as seen an explosion of burglaries and thefts in the area just terrible well jim cooper a former sheriff's deputy who became an assemblyman he's democrat in sacramento he was behind this proposition idea and it it got an a signatures and it should be on the ballot in november except thirteen counties they're register offices didn't bother to count signatures kooning ventura in san diego county in our area so instead of applying for this november they would tell us a few days later now it's okay for twenty twenty so let's get jim cooper on democrat for district nine up in northern california jim how are you afternoon and source of all thank you guys so much broken seizures gathering regarding the whittier also you guys were rock stars can we truly appreciate throughout northern california thank you very much and.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To release them and that brought us ab one oh nine the prisoner dumping bill props forty seven and fifty seven so along came a group of prosecutors in a whole lot of people in law enforcement and they have a plan with this proposition they wanna put on the ballot they call it to keeping rather reducing crime and keeping california safe act of two thousand eighteen and they wanna reclassify nonviolent crimes like rape of an unconscious person sex trafficking of a child fourteen other serious crimes as violent they wanna make them violent rather than nonviolent so this prevents the early release of inmates convicted of these crimes this would undo some of the damage from prop forty seven and fifty seven right and i also want to reform the parole system to stop the early release a violent felons they want to expand parolee oversight the penalties for parole violations because that mahia character then killed officer boyer certainly benefited from that jerry brown's law released mahia mahia killed officer keith boyer keith boyer killing was so outrageous not only release some it prevented him from being sent back to state prison when he violated the terms of his release we were we were screwed on both annals jerry brown's considered non violent because they went by his latest crime which was like some sort of robbery thing right so jerry brad's responsible for keith boyer death and it didn't end keith boyer steph ignited this this counter movement to roll back prop forty seven and fifty seven rolled back jerry brown's damage and now brown after killing officer boyer is now trying to beat back this rewrite of a stupid policies he hasn't done enough damage right brown hasn't killed enough people with this horrible policies he's released thirty thousand felons thirty thousand yeah that's not enough state prison drop the state prison is dropped roughly from one hundred and sixty thousand two hundred and thirty thousand you wonder why there's so many people out on the streets facedown limited intense what do you think because jerry brown open the prison gates instead of building new prisons let's not forget prop forty seven and what this ballot measure would do would lower the threshold for felony shoplifting from nine hundred and fifty dollars under jerry brown's prop forty seven to four hundred and fifty dollars also would expand dna collection you think about that golden state killer and.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Gary and shannon still bubbling over with anger over the la times in their decision to print this piece of crap article to say something before we start down this road we hear about the high profile murders we hear about the officers who are killed in the line of duty like keith boyer like gil viga lesley's are abney we do not hear about the number of crimes murders assaults that don't rise to the level of getting printed in the news so this isn't just officers who who are losing their lives to to these people that we continually let out of california prisons this is affecting everybody's community and the l a times has taken it upon itself to not blame ab one oh nine letting people out of the prisons reducing their crimes putting them back into your neighborhoods they've decided not to blame that because that is their little child that is there little baby ab one zero nine we've gotta protect protect protect against anything that could happen in november but they are blaming now law enforcement for these officers who have lost their lives strange sort of mental gymnastics that takes place in this article even though it's based on this report from the county now joining us to talk a little bit more about this is michelle hannity she is the president of the association of deputy as and she's been on our show before to talk about issues just like this michelle i'm sure you've read through this i mean you were quoted in this article yourself what's your reaction to this what i don't vin being ready to hate the article and disagreed with what they said but in truth if you really read it carefully it is actually not unfair and what they document here is that the system failed but they don't say what is the conclusion which visited the system created by ab one nine all they said they concluded it's a complex chain of events well congratulations for concluding whatever do it's a complex problem requires a complicated solution all the things that they pointed out our results of ab one nine eventual results of it early that's that is correct what documents is the lack of adequate supervision under the system created by eighty one zero nine we're telling the da what's going on and they aren't telling what the courts what's going on with these people are supervising and this is what the.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"She's quoted in the story about the prisoner dumping bill as upsetting as this instance was as problematic as it was if we would have throw out ab one zero nine as a result of this incident we would not be doing empirically based policy there is no data my mind that ab one nine had zero impact one way or another on violent crime across the state let me see keith boyer is dead because the guy that killed them benefited from ab one nine the prisoner dumping bill i i'd say there's one great example of a life that could have been saved and you know it's always a back if we can save one life mike toma hair should have been in prison he wasn't in prison because ab one zero nine so keith boyer is dead yeah that's it this show we always make simple and to the point so shit what what she is is more than a researcher she's an activist and there's a lot of activists in scientific research now some of these researchers are aghast that people aren't trusting them anymore and they're looking them as great or lows and it's because of situations like this you know she's she's saying things that are outrageously ridiculous user dead because of jerry brown's dumping law period a lot of the colleges and universities are breeding grounds for people of a progressive far left ideology would it be surprising that somebody especially studying crime would be pretty far out there you can would support all these prisoner reform bills because they don't like to see people incarcerated there were they like incarcerate she gave herself away about halfway through the interview when she went into an impassioned defense of these propositions and the jerry brown dumping law and suddenly she sounded like any activist is spokeswoman for any you know pro prisoner group that's out there it's the same sound they talk in a certain way they're absolutely sure of what they say because this is the way they want the world to be and they find it immoral it it it it.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The people with the community what happened is when we found out that whenever officers had been killed it wasn't public we just new someone to be killed in a town the size with one hundred twenty officers you get to know both the officers and their families and so forth that morning it was all about all this hurt in who is it and when we finally found out who was people started coming to the police memorial and bringing flowers and more flowers in more flowers it went right to the heart of this community because we know our officers in we love our officers and so from that came that a memorial that we had that night in in six hours we got on social media we had probably what to over two thousand people showed up and we did a vigil just to celebrate and to say thank you and the people of whittier needed to express themselves because this is a tightknit community it's some people sometimes say it's kinda like mayberry while not really but a lot of people know each other here in anybody gets her here we have strong feelings and we look out for each other so when that happened it's the city council myself the city council we said enough is enough jeff piper said it on national television and he got criticized by the la times than everybody else and not as enough and what whittier did what we decided to step up and say we need to do some reforms through the reform law and we put together a whole series of reforms we took it all way to sacramento to the legal cities the legal cities california's these adopted our reform law much of that is now in the legislature this year and was last year ab fourteen it was part of it which was summarily vetoed by the governor with all the republicans all democrats on both sides of the aisle raw fort so we are still pushing hard in the beauty about why we're here today is this proposition will cover the keith boyer situation you senator earlier if keith when keith was was summarily executed if his assailant the.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Because they don't have an opportunity to say how right back or they can't fight back so how how does that not a worse crime let's now why we're going to get the signatures how decided is this jerry brown so little peccadillo sex trafficking of a child is no for some reason these crimes run on that list a time but i wanna i wanna know the reason because you know the amazing has amply on they looked at the list and they decided in somebody said hey don't you think sex trafficking of little kids oughta be declared violent crime and the rest of the guy's got an ad on it's borderline that what was that conversation about when they were going through the list and you know i believe there is a republican state senator florence county who's been trying to add to the list to the legislature and did this get anywhere assaulting a police officer i think some of these crimes were on the list assaulting a police officer i was that not a that a violent felony because you know what happens it goes to the public safety committee run by the democrat now we cannot add more people to the prisons by no no don't come here with anything no no no involving that could add to someone's term or high will not are excited to be released but they picked some crimes to be violent and others not i end there doesn't seem to be any real distinction between the two so that's what this is about a lot of law enforcement agencies i think we're going to see some of them were there next week or behind this along with prosecutors in public officials i believe i think we're gonna see the mayor of whittier when were there he will be there oh that's excites is all because of the shooting death of officer keith boyer that i've never met a mayor of whittier avenue for iceland show a cup of.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But we need in a to go rain to whittier mixed thursday uh could be outside yeah and it looked at a anyway what will be there for you or petitions to severely put a dent in props forty seven fifty seven and of course the prisoner realignment bill ab one owner or go to whittier because of officer keith boyer who was shot to death by one of these creeps that benefited from prisoner realignment ab one o9 that christopher me here unlike the to use his name call think jerry brown dump the prisoners into the streets act no kidding it no kidding it's called reducing crime and keeping california safe act of twenty 18 it is supported by many in law enforcement all sorts of district attorney groups and police groups they've all come together and this this came at a key force dan death they started working on this and they qualified it for signaturecollecting about a month ago we're going to help him out on thursday march eighth in whittier at the whit would town center whittier boulevard and john it's pronounced center to this very good during charges spanish pronunciations thank you my mouth can't do what your mouth does so join us it's between two and six the probably there with petitions orbit before but after like usual oh let's make it a good showing helped him get maybe thousands of signatures at day they only have also april wing we got our you you people are all going to be cried victims we gotta i mean it is though there is no choice here 47 57 109 is the the unholy trinity of destructive laws 10 in and unleashed tip criminals convicted criminals felony.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The whittier police officer killed in the line of duty as having a benefit concert this month officer keith boyer was killed last february responding to a car crash the alleged shooter had just been released on parole longtime friend john edward says boyer former banned mrs jones revenge who play at lob marado theater on february 17th his concert fines the keith boyer memorial scholarship she says she needs whittier helped to fill the theater because after all this is key hometown and there were so many people that were affected and so many people that felt lost through his death the money will go to the kids at lucerne a high boy is old school corbyn carson kfi news here's is brought to you by solar max been mourning the loss of mountain lion that was hit and killed on malibu canyon road in malibu experts have been tracking this big cats packs is two thousand two here's an example of the inbreeding heroin our faith by the local population because they're hemmed in by freeway kirk deals with the santa monica national recreational area she wants drivers to be careful you can moderate your feed in keep your eyes open for wildlife we really appreciate that mount lines are not extinct in california but they are more scarce in southern california because the areas more urbanised that's why kirk in dell says they're studying these lines so closely they are more prone to inbreeding monica bricks kfi news seconddegree murder charges have been filed against a woman from northern california who killed a man while trying to kill herself the woman drum for car the wrong way unto traffic on the five in writing she got a broken leg in the crash the man she killed was a medical student who was a former football player at brigham young university it's called day zero and it's the day a major city runs out of water capetown south africa could be a dry city by april 16th officials are asking the population of four million people to limit their water used to a bit more than thirteen gallons a day they say the current threeyear drought is the worst in a century contingency plans have been made for schools and hospitals to continue getting water if no rain falls by midapril faucets will have no water and people have to.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The whittier police officer killed in the line of duty as having a benefit concert this month officer keith boyer was killed last february responding to a car crash the alleged shooter had just been released on parole longtime friend john edward says boyer former banned mrs jones revenge who play at lob marado theater on february 17th his concert fines the keith boyer memorial scholarship she says she needs whittier helped to fill the theater because after all this is key hometown and there were so many people that were affected and so many people that felt lost through his death the money will go to the kids at lucerne a high boy is old school corbyn carson kfi news here's is brought to you by solar max been mourning the loss of mountain lion that was hit and killed on malibu canyon road in malibu experts have been tracking this big cats packs is two thousand two here's an example of the inbreeding heroin our faith by the local population because they're hemmed in by freeway kirk deals with the santa monica national recreational area she wants drivers to be careful you can moderate your feed in keep your eyes open for wildlife we really appreciate that mount lines are not extinct in california but they are more scarce in southern california because the areas more urbanised that's why kirk in dell says they're studying these lines so closely they are more prone to inbreeding monica bricks kfi news seconddegree murder charges have been filed against a woman from northern california who killed a man while trying to kill herself the woman drum for car the wrong way unto traffic on the five in writing she got a broken leg in the crash the man she killed was a medical student who was a former football player at brigham young university it's called day zero and it's the day a major city runs out of water capetown south africa could be a dry city by april 16th officials are asking the population of four million people to limit their water used to a bit more than thirteen gallons a day they say the current threeyear drought is the worst in a century contingency plans have been made for schools and hospitals to continue getting water if no rain falls by midapril faucets will have no water and people have to.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"On biz talk radio free keith boyer les buckle is with us and less barco welcome to the program but between the time you were born in your 19th first day you lived in texas north carolina florida new mexico california new jersey pennsylvania virginia hawaii h he had now made it goes on and on and on welcome to the program here new book is how it's called saigon kids memoir of the military brat still welcome to the program for having me i'm glad to be yuri um you're in amazing saxophonist by the way we just have to say that youths performed wiz uh lou rawls bernadette peters the san diego symphony summer pops the already shaw orchestra recordings it goes on and on needs each quite an amazing career congratulations on that well thank you but to us to bat newer early childhood because you're the son of enable chief petty officer who managed the armed forces we station in vietnam how interesting with that was very interesting actually o most people were unaware of the fact that there are fifteen million the military breath than the united states from elsewhere former us military breath i was one of them and uh look father who was the chief from the navy so we moved lot within a 1960 who you go to order go to vietnam distort the radio station in downtown site go but would later be the station that was uh shown in the movie good morning good morning vietnam with robin williams delay robin williams yes right the of that but screenplay was written by adrian krona or who was the best rocky up a radio station i think can run nineteen 65 all you know year who after we left but the radio filled with the good called cold dawn both crew show when that was my fathers show would let father first showed up gone they went through the wreck hotel where on the roof but up dog the plausibly inform large crates of radio equipment the.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is michael mahia and may here but yesterday's two road died show in playa del rey that on the website kfi am 640 darcom key will join kim we all know about this horrible murder of officer keith boyer in whittier back on february 20th the killer is michael mahia and may here his confession recorded on tape is already been played in court so he's the guy but the mystery is uh what what was the probation department doing in supervising here because he'd been recently released from prison and uh you it all the laws changed after a jerry brown did his prisoner dumping routine and curiously or maybe not so curiously nobody wants to reveal the report from the probation department as to how the his case was handled before he committed the murder and we have eric leonard here the talk about this eric hey good afternoon guys the latest development in all of this is that the ah the la county board of supervisors seemed poised on two tuesday to make this report public to tell everybody once and for all what it is they know about how michael me he is case was managed in the ten months between the time he was released from prison and the february 20th murder of police officer keith boyer and the attempted murder of lawyers part and the murder of me he is cousin whose body was found earlier that day in east la case that the authorities think is probably what we're all of the uh awfulness started that day and the few things have happened since tuesday at the meeting when the board was about to discuss this and possibly take a vote or make a decision to release the contents a deputy county council attorney named mary wickham spoke up and she told the the.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Website kfi am 640 dot com cupola john and ken we all know about this horrible murder of officer keith boyer in whittier back on february 20th the killer is michael mahia and may here his confession recorded on tape is already been played in court so he's the guy but the mystery is uh what what was the probation department doing in supervising him because he'd been recently released from prison and it all the laws changed after a jerry brown did his prisoner dump big routine and curiously or maybe not so curiously nobody wants to reveal the report from the probation department as to how the his case was handled before he committed the murder and we have eric leonard here the talk about this eric hey good afternoon guys the latest development in all of this is that the ah the la county board of supervisors seemed poised on tuesday to make this report public to tell everybody once and for all what it is they know about how michael me he is case was managed in the ten months between the time he was released from prison and the february 20th murder of police officer key keith boyer and the attempted murder of boyish partner and the murder of me he is cousin whose body was found earlier that day in east la case that the authorities think is probably what we're all of the uh awfulness started that day and the few things have happened since tuesday at the meeting when the board was about to discuss this and possibly take a vote or make a decision to release the contents a deputy county council attorney named mary wickham spoke up and she told the the board hey i would love to tell you why you should not released this publicly but we should have that discussion in closed session and so rather than having an open conversation about it too in front of the public there was a closed session meeting on tuesday and we do not know the contents or the subject of that discussion but as a result the county has put off for another week it's decision on whether or not to release it is there something particularly damning in the report that they want to cover up what what what could this be if it was ordinary an ordinary k i don't know what the.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Prior to ab one o9 his uh arrested in 2016 last december would have uh he would have been violated for a year back to state prison without question even before we started to talk about i make this clear because this happens whittier officer keith boyer and it was the same thing in their back to state prison without question even before we started to talk about guy i to make this clear because this habits of whittier officer keith boyer and it was the same thing in the la times ran the disney nasty nasty editorial and they lied to route it in both players case in the case here sheriff's deputy french they got killed by guys who normally would have been back in state prison for a year for violating parole except there is no parole anymore it might that changes led to the deaths of keith boyer andrew robert french and and others as well in both in both cases the day the combine that changes led to the deaths of keith boyer and robert french and at others as well in both in both cases the day the cop will kill the killer would have been in prison would have been begin in a second ear earth first here for vialli uh let along what other crime have been uh d criminalised under ab one o9 and now prop fortyseven which in both cases these guys had been convicted of other crimes in between that used to be summer you remember that those criminals were all out on a under ab one o9 taken advantage of the oil and i mean it just isn't it just isn't limited to two police officers uh just uh the week before uh uh a woman and her two children were almost beaten to death with a hammer here in sacramento button officers uh just uh the week before ugh uh a woman and her two children were almost beaten to death with a hammer here in sacramento by a defendant who had been out and was on post release community supervision under ab one o9 which is just probation and he had a.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And and time and time again as we covered supervisors meetings over the years different officials from different agencies would come in and kinda threw up their hands and say well e the anecdotally it looks like there's a crime increased but there's no way to link it back to the state law changes definitively we nobody has ever done this i even called around years ago to some of the academia institutions to see if some of them that study criminal justice trends and criminology were going to look at all of this because you'll also remember what you want to do that well i don't know but right after forty seven and ab one o9 became law when when there was an immediate change in many of the categories of crimes that are attracted are that are tracked the officials told us well it's too soon to draw any conclusions well were several years now and still nobody has done a definitive place of research so as you know and and because none of them want to they they're all there any owledge g means that they have to insist on prisoners being released but the government should not have the power to take away man's freedom for any significant length of time it could have destroyed dairy cases so they don't wanna do the research because they don't want it publicized that their theory is garbage and that they're in dangarin people so part of the evidence for this again was the murder of whittier police officer keith boyer here's the mayor of whittier joe than a teary unfortunately the impact that these laws has though only result in double digits increases of crime in our community but his directly hit whittier with the shooting of two of our police officers resulting the death or officer keith boyer and seriously wounding officer pastori hazel the suspect goes shooting had a significant and violent criminal history had just earlier shot and killed another person all the while allegedly being on drugs violations he received flash incarcerations foreign recent lows which was soon after his release from prison this film should not have been on the street it should have been behind bars for safety instead to people are dead another was seriously wounded why what can we do as leaders to not allow this to happen again while the county as the.

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"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"keith boyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"With was the shooting death of whittier police officer keith boyer and not to be overlooked the injuring of whittier police officer patrick hazel this was after they went to investigate a car crash and the story is that a gang member an aide one o9 beneficiary that's right the prisoner realignment crap michael christopher maher kia had apparently left some sort of an all night drug orgy involving women and his cousin who he killed he shot his cousin apparently his name is ray torres this happened in east la talk tour is his car in on his way through ended up in whittier and slammed into another car after the occupant of that car stopped and so did me a couple of whittier police officers came on the scene in may he opened fire killing boyer it injuring hazel what's going on right now is a preliminary hearing yet to to determine whether or not this enough to try here for murder and attempted murder while there's enough but what we did know and we're finding out he did a jailhouse interview with sheriff's detectives and this is really really creepy the first line that they have here is i know i smoked this one referring to boyer yet the second one couldn't get him 'cause me he said i opened the door of the car which you just crashed into the other car and he was shielding himself has boyer approached but he didn't see hazel standing behind him so i guess the two cops went and slightly different directions just at a precaution i opened the door to cover myself but the one of the back i wasn't focused on him i didn't see the one the back and he shot me in the back here's here's a here's another quote i guess you guys have everything down smoked by cousin smoke the cop i mean what else do you guys what i shot another cop i did it i mean i did both of them all three of them added coming he said the officer got two aggressive with me and he said that the arriving officers did not have their guns drawn when they approached i deleted i should have smoked them quicker and then when he was asked what he should say what he has to say to the whittier police department mahia said i mean train your guy's better train your guy's better they just got a taste of an ally gang member.

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