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Sentences reduced for some men convicted in 1993 WTC bombing

Dennis Prager

00:44 sec | Last month

Sentences reduced for some men convicted in 1993 WTC bombing

"Ronnie marked the 20th anniversary of the first World Trade Center bombing that killed six people 28 years ago. Loved ones of the six bombing victims remembered their lives during virtual ceremonies. The 1993 parking garage explosion beneath the twin towers left massive destruction for the men implicated, still fight legal battles and have won some reductions to their compound. It sentences After one part of their convictions was dropped in response to recent U. S Supreme Court ruling, although each would have to live well into their nineties if they would ever go free. The mastermind Ramzi Yousef, is serving a life sentence after convictions in two trials. Yousef's uncle, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, still awaits a military tribunal on charges of masterminding the September 11 2001

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Statement says protection protocols will be reviewed during the pause the planet give thanks seems to the prisoners such as accused 9 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed has received strong criticism. Former New York Fire Commissioner Thomas von Essen among the critics. What are we doing? We've got hundreds, thousands, millions of people that don't have the opportunity to get the shot. Then we worrying about criminals that we spend millions of dollars a year to take care of. That these 40 low lifes didn't get the vaccine wouldn't bother me at all bonus and lost 343 firefighters on 9 11. It could be a rough road ahead for Republicans and Democrats to unify over the bite administration's covert relief package. For instance, Senator Lindsey Graham from South Carolina who wants to provide more direct payments to the American people, said, listen to my fiscally conservative friends. The time is now because we are in a pandemic, so it depends on the Republican speaking of the time is now That's what's press. Then Joe Biden is saying as far as this nearly $2 Trillion Covert relief package, Biden went on the campaign trail for almost two years, was talking about working with Republicans working across the aisle to get deals done Now, the gridlock the reality of gridlock in Washington. His no question settling in functions. David Sponge. President Biden vows to get the bill passed with or without Republican support. Officials are using a river is a water supply, and I'll put out a huge fire in northern New Jersey recycling plant they say could burn for days. The blaze broke out around midnight at the Atlantic Coast fibers plant into sake. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"In front of you unless you like high speed chases, it's hard to imagine doing that. But it is definitely a you're not you're not paying attention to your surroundings. And I tried to do that. And I wasn't doing it today. And I deserve to be pulled over. Why hope they put you in the supermax? Really? Exactly, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed union bomber in me. And you. Let's get the news now with Marshall Phillips. All right. Don't expect any changes in health coverage under ObamaCare after a federal judge ruled that it is unconstitutional. Government officials say the Affordable Care Act will be appealed through higher courts. And that's going to take months if not at least a year US district court judge read O'Connor agreed with a group of twenty states with Republican governors or legislatures argued the constitutionality of the laws individual mandate dissolved would congress removed the tax penalty for the uninsured. What we've been arguing about this for ten years now. Eleven years on whether or not the government can force you to get healthcare. I would say, no. But you know, it's been decided in a bunch of different courts, including the supreme court with a weird work around. Right. And it's been around for a long time. I don't know. Did they catch it judge just hates ObamaCare? That's what happened. I don't know. But again is Joe says you can always find one federal judge somewhere who may give you the ruling you like well in somebody asked him the specific question is how do you reconcile is hall of mirrors the original intent of the law, and the fact that it rested on the individual mandate. Then you eliminate the individual mandate. So it's no longer a tax Bill that originated in the house and on that narrow point. I think he's right. Nobody.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"On this sacred earth. In the field beyond this wall. The skies above our heads. We remember the moment. When Americans fought. Back. We're also joined by members of the National Park Service, along with firefighters first responders and incredible people from law enforcement. These are truly great people. Some of you here today answered the call and raced to this field seventeen years ago. You fill our hearts with pride. And I wanna thank you be of our country. Thank you very much. Joining us. Now, he was the police Commissioner on nine eleven two thousand and one in New York City showed incredible heroism and bravery, by the way as a brand new book out. It's a novel, and it's called the grave above the grave and actually comes from really real life experiences as I've been reading it some of them Bernard Kerik is this what's up Commissioner you. I'm good, Shawn. How we it's really good to see you. I think back seventeen years ago, and I just it's unimaginable. That all of that happened. You know, we played the song by Darryl Worley. Have you forgotten? I think a lot of people sadly have forgotten further away. You see this guy here. Seventeen years later. Nothing has happened to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed who is the mastermind of win for trial still waiting for trial seventeen years later Wisey alive. Who knows who knows? Yeah. Just walk us through that day because you experience something the worst attack on American soil in our history. You know, it can add Pearl Harbor the second worst, just just as bad horrible, death and destruction. And you nearly died in the process. I did a couple of times actually that morning. I was in my office when the first plane hit tower one might chief of staff, Sean Pacino came in and told me that a plane hit the tower, I got to see the damage on TV and through one of my conference room windows. Call the mayor I told him I meet him downtown at seven world trade directly across the street from tower one. That's where our command command center white. Yeah. I was gonna meet him there and jumped in the car got down to West Broadway investi and we were stopped by the cops. A sergeant came up to my Carney. Sit Commissioner you can't pull onto the block. They're jumping. And I had I didn't know what I didn't know what he was talking about. I got out of the vehicle. No doubt. After the first plane, though that this was terror after you know, what it the first plane could be an accident the damage look too big. You know, they kept saying plane. I was thinking how big what kind of plane? What was and nobody know at the time was at a small, you know, right around the damage was enormous. But when the second plane hit I didn't actually see the planet came from the southern intimate Hatton. Yeah. It blew out the north side of the building over top of us. But I could hear the pilot's the helicopter pilots from the NYPD. Right. Yelling that a second aircraft had just tower two in it that minute that moment, I knew we were under attack when you think back to that day and your job at that moment is the lead your guys, and then includes F D N Y. I mean the fire department. They lost a ton of people. Right. Lot of first responders lost their life. And I think the most amazing thing to me in that day is everybody else. And that's in the world trade. Center that rightly they're racing down to get out of the building. But in the other direction as a group of other people, you know, what Sean in this is I think this is what people just can't grasp because of the magnitude of the attack New York City. First responders the fire department the police department and port authority police effected the greatest rescue mission in the history of this country. They took twenty to twenty five thousand people out of those buildings in the immediate area, and they evacuated more than a million people into the four boroughs into New Jersey under Rudy Giuliani's leadership. It was a little over an hour before the towers came down. Right. So you didn't have a lot of time. But we remember the videos people walking over bridges and know exactly a Sean, you know, what when the first hour imploded the mayor. And I as you know, we were actually trapped inside seventy five Barclay one block away a block away blocked north. He was on the phone with the White House trying to get the president and. Somebody came on the line. And I remember he ha- he hung up. The funny looked at me said this isn't good. I what is it? He said somebody just told me that they think the Pentagon got hit their evacuate in the White House, and they hung up on me. And I was in before I could get my head around. What he just said the first tower came down the first hour came down in it felt like, you know, a freight train was coming through the side of the building we were in. And then then second you can't see a thing, you could see not, you know, I, you know, I can look back and laugh now, but at the time, I actually thought I said, you know, all the stuff I've been through my life gun battles shootouts partners shod part friends killed in the line of duty. And all the stuff all that stuff. But I'm going to suffocate in this office because there was no way out. I couldn't breathe and we were actually trapped in there for about twenty twenty five minutes. And then we got these maintenance guys to open up some doors under a. You know in the basement of the building and went out onto church street, and I remember getting into one hundred church walking through a vestibule door. And there was no sound may at unbelievable. There was no sound. There was deathly silence talk about those guys. How many first responders police firemen port authority cops. You know? I I I lost twenty three the work for me the port authority police lost thirty seven, but the New York City fire department one hundred and forty three, you know, in in the mayor, and I when we got trapped we actually walked up church street to house than to the firehouse that house was locked down. It was compl-. There was no one in it. They all left that to me is the story. I gotta take a break. We'll come back. Bernie character remains with us. Former NYPD Commissioner he was there. He put his life on the line on nine eleven nearly lost that he also says new book out the grave above the. Grave eight hundred nine.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In the field beyond this wall. And in the skies. Above our heads. We remember the moment. When Americans fought. Back. We're also joined by members of the National Park Service, along with firefighters first responders and incredible people from law enforcement. These are truly great people. Some of you here today answered the call and race to this field seventeen years ago. You fill our hearts with pride. And I wanna thank you be of our country. Thank you very much. Joining us. Now, he was the police Commissioner on nine eleven two thousand and one in New York City showed incredible heroism and bravery, by the way as a brand new book out. It's a novel, and it's called the grave above the grave and actually comes from really real life experiences as I've been reading it some of them Bernard Kerik is this what's up Commissioner you. I'm good, Shawn. How we it's really good to see you. I think back seventeen years ago, and I just it's unimaginable. That all of that happened. You know, we played the song by Darryl Worley. Have you forgotten? I think a lot of people sadly forgotten. I think we got further away. You see this guy here. Seventeen years later. Yeah. Happened to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed who is the mastermind of waiting for trial still waiting for trial seventeen years later. Why is he alive? Who knows who knows? Yeah. Just walk us through that day because you experience something the worst attack on American soil in our history. You know, it can add Pearl Harbor. The second worst is just as bad horrible, death and destruction. And you nearly died in the process. I did a couple of times actually that morning. I was in my office when the first plane hit tower one might chief of staff John Pacino came in and told me that a plane had hit the tower. I got to see the damage on TV and through one of my conference room windows are call the mayor I told him I meet him downtown at seven world trade directly across the street from tower one that's where our command command center. Deigning under it. You had no doubt. After the first plane, though that this was terror after you know, what it the first plane could be an accident the damage look too big. You know, they kept saying plane. I was thinking how big what kind of plane? What was and nobody know at the time was at a small, right? Fly around the damage was enormous. But when the second plane hit I didn't actually see the planet came from the southern intimate Hatton. Yeah. It blew out the north side of the building over top of us. But I could hear the aviation pilots the helicopter pilots from the NYPD. Right yelling that a second aircraft had just tower two and at that minute at that moment, I knew we were under attack when you think back to that day in your job at that moment is the lead your guys, and then includes hefty NY. I mean, the fire department they lost ton of people. Right. Lot of first responders lost their life. And I think the most amazing thing to me in that day is everybody else. And that's in the World Trade Center that rightly they're racing down and get out of the building. But in the other direction as a group of other people, you know, what Sean in this. I think this is what people just can't grasp because of the magnitude of the attack New York City. First responders the fire department. The police department and port authority police effected the greatest rescue mission in the history of this country. They took twenty to twenty five thousand people out of those buildings in the immediate area. And they evacuated more than a million people into the four boroughs into New Jersey under Rudy Giuliani's leadership. It was a little over an hour before the towers came down. Right, right. So you didn't have a lot of time. But we remember the videos people walking over bridges and know, exactly, Sean, you know, what when the first hour imploded the mayor, and I as you know, we were actually trapped inside seventy five Barclay one block away a block away blocked north. He was on the phone with the White House trying to get the president and somebody came on the line in. I remember he ha- he hung up the phone. He looked at me said this isn't good. I what is it? He said somebody just told me that they think the Pentagon got hit there evacuate in the White House, and they hung up on me. And I was. And before I could get my head around what he just said the first tower came to the first hour came down in it felt like, you know, a freight train was coming through the side of the building we were in. And then second you can't see a thing. You couldn't see, you know, I, you know, I can look back and laugh now, but if the time I actually thought I said, you know, all the stuff I've been thrown my life gun battles shootouts partners shod part friends killed in the line of duty. And all this stuff all that stuff. But I'm going to suffocate in this office because there was no way out. I couldn't breathe and we were actually trapped in there for about twenty twenty five minutes. And then we got these maintenance guys to open up some doors under a, you know in the basement of the building and went out onto church street, and I remember getting into the one hundred church walking through a vestibule door. And there was no sound may at unbelievable. There was no sound. There was deathly. Silence. Talk about those guys how many first responders police firemen port authority cops. You know, I lost. I lost twenty three the work for me the port authority police lost thirty seven, but the New York City fire department one hundred and forty three, you know, in in the mayor, and I when we got trapped we actually walked up church street to house than to the firehouse that house was locked down. There was no one in it. They all left that to me is the story. I gotta take a break. We'll come back. Bernie character remains with us. Former NYPD Commissioner he was there. He put his life on the line on nine eleven nearly lost that he also says new book out the grave above the grave, eight hundred.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Call and raced to this field seventeen years ago. Hearts with pride. And I wanna thank you the country. Thank you very much joining us. Now, he was the police Commissioner on nine eleven two thousand and one in New York City showed incredible heroism and bravery, by the way as a brand new book out. It's a novel, and it's called the grave above the grave and actually comes from really real life experiences as I've been reading it some of them Bernard Kerik is this what's up. How are you? I'm good, Sean. How are you? It's really good to see you. I think back seventeen years ago, and I just it's unimaginable. That all of that happened. We played the song by Darryl Worley. Have you forgotten? I think a lot of people sadly have forgotten. I think we got further away. You see this guy here. Seventeen years later. Nothing happened to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed who is the mastermind of no win for trial still waiting for trial seventeen years later. Why is he alive who knows who knows? Yeah. Just walk us through that day because you experience something the worst attack on American soil in our history. You know, it can add Pearl Harbor, the second more, just as bad horrible, death, and destruction. And you nearly died in the process. I did a couple of times actually that morning. I was in my office when the first plane hit tower one might chief of staff John Pacino came in and told me that a plane hit the tower. I got see the damage on TV and through one of my conference room windows, a call the mayor I told him I meet him downtown at seven world trade directly across the street from tower one that's where our command command center. Yeah. I was gonna meet there and jumped in the car gut down to West Broadway investing in we were stopped by the cops. A sergeant came up to my Carney said Commissioner you can't pull onto the block they're jumping. And I had I didn't know what he I didn't know what he was talking about. I got out of the vehicle that was one of the hardest things to watch. I looked up at one in that first few minutes. I watch probably two dozen people jump to their deaths in the end they were landing on Vesey. They were landing in the courtyard between the two buildings in pretty much disintegrating. And for those that don't know the reason they had the jump is. They had jet fuel and the fire, obviously. And they were they were being burnt a lot. Well, what Sean it was? It was probably fifteen hundred to two thousand degrees in that area where they were. So they took what they thought was the best route to end it really because there was no living through it. We waited there on that corner. With backed up the vehicles told the the mayor's detail the meet us on Barclay on West Broadway in Asda was waiting for him. The second aircraft slammed through the north side of the tower. So when you see that big orange fireball blow out the north side of tower to me, my staff, Joe loaded deputy mayor we were standing under it, you had no doubt. After the first plane, though that this was terror. You know, what it the first plane could be an accident the damage look too big. You know, they kept saying plane. I was thinking how big what kind of what was nobody know at the time was at a small you, right? Damage was enormous. But when the second plane hit I didn't actually see the planet came from the southern intimate Hatton. Yeah. It blew out the north side of the building over top of us. But I could hear the aviation pilots the helicopter pilots from the NYPD. Right. Yelling that a second aircraft at just tower two in it that mitt at that moment, I knew we were under attack when you think back to that day in your job at that moment is the lead your guys and includes F D N Y. I mean the fire department. They lost a ton of people, right? Whoa. A block away blocked north. He was on the phone with the White House trying to get the president and somebody came on the line in. I remember he he hung up the phone. It looked at me said this isn't good. I what is it? He said somebody just told me that they think the Pentagon got hit their evacuate in the White House, and they hung up on me. And and I was in before I could get my head around. What he just said the first tower came down the first hour came down in it felt like a freight train was coming through the side of the building we were in. And then second you can't see a thing, you could see not, you know, I, you know, I can look back and laugh now, but at the time, I actually thought I said, you know, all the stuff I've been through my life gun battles shootouts partners shod part friends killed in the line of duty. And all the stuff all that stuff. But I'm gonna suffocate in this office because there was no way out. I couldn't breathe and we were actually trapped in there for about twenty twenty five minutes. And then we got these maintenance guys to open up some doors under a, you know in the basement of the building and went out onto church street, and I remember getting into the one hundred church walking through a vestibule door. And there was no sound may at some believable. There was no south. It was definitely side. Let's talk about those guys. How many first responders police firemen port authority cops. You know, I I I lost twenty three the work for me the port authority police lost thirty seven with the New York City fire department with one hundred and forty three, you know, in in the mayor, and I when we got trapped we actually walked up church street to house Ston to the firehouse that house was locked down. There was no one in it. They all left that to me is the story. I gotta take a break. We'll come back. Bernie character remains with us. Former NYPD Commissioner he was there. He put his life on the line on nine eleven nearly lost that he also says new book out the grave above the grave, eight hundred.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Well, I just gonna shoot people blame for this Barack Hussein all and Eric Holder. If you recall, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, this is the guy we waterboarded a bunch of times in God's the truth that he came out with everything the planning stages who did it how they did it everything after he was waterboarded. Obama wanted a show trial in Manhattan. Obama and Eric Holder insisted on pudding. These confessions, including Khalid Sheikh Mohammed aside. So that there could be a show trial. And they wanted that trial to be in Manhattan. I don't know how many you remember this. But I was livid when I heard this because I knew what this was going to be you start a trial where these people are on trial, and you're gonna have you're gonna you're giving them because they have a right to mount a defense. You're giving them a United States federal courtroom to continue their diatribe against the United States. And I was asking myself why in the world is the president of the United States the attorney general want to afford these people that opportunity and some people said, well, rush, it's just the it's the best thing America could do to show. How special we are? To even the most. The most vicious of people we offer the attempt Justice. We are fair. We are strong enough. We're big enough to allow them into a courtroom and let them rip us to shreds. That's who we are. Well, maybe with no context that might make sense. But within the context of everything going on at the time. It was an was a disastrous thing to do and it was stopped. Holder wanted to do it Obama to in the worst way. But the bottom line is it seventeen years later and five of the masterminds. Have not been brought to trial not been punished other than they are incarcerated. But. Kind of shocking for a lot of people. I talk to people who've lost family at the World Trade Center to this day, many of them, it's more than perplexed. They can't figure out why in the world. And when when they hear when they hear anybody in our government talking about how we must be open minded, and we must not be critical of our militant Islamist friends that drives him nuts. Drives him nuts. It's still does back with more after this..

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I think you need to know number. One Pima county supervisors suffering from a horrible case of Trump, election derangement syndrome. The Ted's reject a million foreign grant money property stone garden, it'll go to some other law enforcement agency because they hate Trump in the wall frigging morons second thing. I think you need to know Brad, Kavanagh supreme court Justice hearings happening disruptions happening again idiots yelling. This is not good for the Democrats think this is gonna help them. I wish you the best of luck. Good luck. Yeah. Right. Third thing. I think you need to know American manufacturing. According to a survey of manufacturers fourteen year high. That's right grow American manufacturers growing at the fastest pace in fourteen years. Incredible three things I think you need. To know. Here. Live in DC at the big fair radio event about illegal immigration. Jim Conway terrorism expert. Work for the FBI. You were stationed in Mexico. I'm I'm I can't wait to hear what you have to say because we're on the border, and we hear stories about people crossing our southern border in Tucson. And we don't know where they're from how they're getting there. And we were talking off the air. Holy crap. So you were stationed in Mexico for four years after nine eleven right. I was Garrett. I was you know, most folks don't know this, but the FBI because all of our investigations have a global nexus nowadays, whether it's drug trafficking looking for fugitives terrorism. We have offices all over the world FBI agents who were stationed at US embassies. They're called legal attaches, and I had the honor of serving the American people by being stationed in Mexico City at the US embassy as part of the FBI team there, and I had the terrorism portfolio while I was there after nine eleven. Okay. So I are there. I mean, we hear bits and pieces. We just had a couple of refugees that were terrorists Mel shebab arrested in Tucson about three weeks ago. Yeah. Because they lied on the refugee forum so after nine eleven all this stuff. We're worried about our southern border. Are there? Are there terrorists coming across? Where are they coming from? You were talking to not many radical Muslim terrorists in Mexico itself right now. No, look, you know, everywhere in the world when you work to terrorism target. It's a little bit different. When you talk about Mexico, of course, in my view, border security is national security. Yes. Most people don't understand that a million and a half people crossed the US Mexican border every single day legally and illegally one of the big concerns. From counterterrorism perspective was an analysis and a view of the people that were crossing that border, and we determined that upwards of four to five percent of the people that crossed the border were not Mexicans are central Americans. They were what we called s a special interest aliens have every four you know, four to five percent. NBA between two thousand one two thousand seven the estimates are about six thousand sl as were actually apprehended at the border captured interviewed deported and so forth. Now, what's an SI? That's a person like a Sudanese a Somali and Pakistani a Libyan an Algierian. They're a person that has been smuggled across the border that come from that comes from a country that has a significant presence of terrorist organizations or terrorist activity. Okay. So there's a focus on them from a national security perspective. We know when I was there. For example, there are sophisticated very sophisticated smuggling organizations human smuggling organizations that have a base of operations in Latin America, particularly Mexico, and they have tentacles into the Middle East, North Africa, east Africa and southeast Asia. We know when Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was arrested, the the mastermind of nine eleven indications of Mexico in documents related to. Mexico and movement of people through Mexico was found in his property really bin Laden made. When the raid was done in bin Laden was taken out when they went through the cash a of his personal effects in his hard drive. There were indications of Mexico. Mexico has been on the radar screen of terrorist groups around the world, they know that that is the conduit that that southern border is the conduit into the United States. So obviously, you know about this lawmakers know about this, obviously. And yet it's seventeen years since nine eleven almost to the day and they've done literally nothing about it. It. It's been on the radar screen, and there's been a lot of a lot. A lot has been written about this. A lot of intelligence has been reported upstream. I was a part of that intelligence providing intelligence to Washington after nine eleven, and you know, there's been a lot of that. You know, there was the homeland security act passed in two thousand and two and then there was the Intel and terrorism Prevention Act passed in oh four the secure fence act in two thousand six heck that was twelve thirteen years ago. It's putting these things into play and having a cohesive concerted effort by by the intelligence community as well as law enforcement in the tip of the spear here is border patrol and ice. They do a fantastic job. They have been focused on special interest alien smuggling into the United States. And how it may impact us look when I was in Mexico, moc mood, Karani, unknown. Hisbah operator was smuggled by Lebanese smuggling organization in Mexico through San Diego and into Detroit Michigan. He was arrested in. Detroit. We felt that he was up to he was in a planning phase. And just look back recently at the attacks in Edmonton Edmonton Alberta Canada by al-sharif. He basically across the US Mexican border in two thousand eleven came into through the sign you see drove entry point in San Diego. He claimed asylum. There's a ton of asylum fraud, that's a story for another day. I he was deported by a judge at that time, but the supreme court decided that people from Somalia couldn't go back to such a horrible country that was in such disarray. So he was allowed to remain in the United States. He ended up in Canada. And he ran over a police officer, and you know, the Canadians when they when they took him down ultimately found an ISIS flag up in his vehicle, and then he ran over another twelve people. Interesting thing is we keep sticking our head in the sand. The Canadians never charged him with terrorism related charges. He's charged with attempted murder and assault and dangerous driving. He was never charged with terrorism related charges. This is what we're facing. It is Jim Conway who you're listening to with the FBI the FBI terrorism expert you name it on canister game seven ninety. So President Trump says, hey, Jim, what do we do to solve this? What do you tell them? Well, you know, look, I think that the laws are in place. I think we're mindful. Full of it. The intelligence stream is there. We know the presence of his belie in Iran in South America in Venezuela in Panama throughout the southern Kona South America, we know that the terrorism threat is there, I think we just have to put together a concerted effort, and I will say this, and this is based on non-classified Intel streams, I read online is basically this administration has taken steps to seriously look at the threat of Iran in Latin America, and how it poses a threat to the United States. Look, they they blew up the Israeli embassy in the nineteen ninety s they blew up the Jewish community center. They tried to take out the gas lines and gas tanks at JFK airport, and they attempted an act of war here in Washington DC, they attempted using as Zada operator to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the United States back about four or five years ago. I mean recently Hisbah operators were arrested in New York just in the past year that we're doing target assessments of the Panama Canal and. American targets both in Latin America and in the United States. So this administration is recognizing the threat. And I'm I'm happy to see that your steps being opposed to Obama gave a billion plus dollars go. Here you go. Well, I in Jay Johnson did try to coalesce. US law enforcement intelligence services back in fourteen fifteen and sixteen and I read some of his memoranda trying to do that. But it just seems to fall on on deaf ears. I mean, congressman McCall has done a lot in this area. He's visited Latin America, we know. It's not a secret the intelligence community law enforcement knows the terrorism threat that is post the United States when it comes to the border. So I'm short on time here, but so Iran works for these people they put people in these Latin American countries and smuggle them through Mexico. They get into Mexico and go through their well how much corruption is there with you? Let that happen. Well, Iran is in so much involved in the smuggling activity as they are involved in his ball operating in Latin America, you know, the Iranians have a base of operations in Venezuela. Particularly in the previous administration with Chavez the Iranians gave Chavez a medal of honor in Tehran, Chavez traveled to Tehran four five times. Ach Medina's traveled to Venezuela. Many times. Iran, his below the proxy for Iran has a base of operations in Venezuela mining uranium conducting his Bala training camps, the movement of drugs the movement of counterfeit activity, which basically goes into the coffers of their financial Venezuela's Roque. I mean, do we use a money play here to try to bail them out and say we're gonna we're gonna help your country as you don't eat dogs on the street. You gotta let us get rid of Hezbollah. That's that's in your country. Yeah. That's a complicated situation. Obviously US Venezuelan. I don't think the US Venezuelan relations could be any more strain than they are. Now. I don't know if there's even I don't even know if there's back channel discussions ongoing, but the Iranians have created a base of operations. This isn't didn't start since nine eleven this has been ongoing for the last twenty five years in the southern cone of Latin America the tri-border in Panama in Argentina in Venezuela in Nicaragua. They are linked with all of the far leftist groups, the Daniel Ortega's, the Carreira Bolivia MO. As they have established relationships with these governments. They need these governments to create a shell corporations to obviate and get around the sanctions, and that's what Trump's renewed Iran by Jim we gotta get you on again. It's a very complicated situation. You are a wealth of knowledge to explain this. Could you hear talking heads on TV for a minute and a half? And he just don't don't get it. Listen, we gotta get you on my radio show. And I'm back in Tucson on the phone if you don't mind to talk about this mortar security has national security. I agree. Jim Conway, former FBI agent on AM seven hundred continue from DC the morning ritual with Garrett Lewis cascades, Tucson, the only locally owned and operated senior lifestyle community. 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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Yeah, I just sort of look at commercials again, like. I look at it like I look at. Beach signs that keep growing or sort of the signs of the time. Like again, the bar y around the freeway signs, so the baby safe zones where you can drop your kid off at the firehouse. No judgments. Yeah, and I just kinda look, I see the the, you know, the stickers and senior views or stop human smuggling at the airport, or like picture for rhino says, I'm not food, you know, and it's fucking Burbank airport. Like we're heading to Kenya through Burbank. And I'm always like this is a bad sign on topic active shooter drills at school, right? AK, right. This is where we are. Right, right. Lots of stuff. I mean, there's the the version of it where you walk out and San Francisco, and he step on hypodermic needles in human feces and you go, well, that's a real world side address this flora and fauna where we all right. But yes, you kind of look at the commercials, you kind of take a look at the signs. You take a look at what's going on and you kind of go. Hm. I'm not down with that, but not a good sign for where we're at. So I look at commercials as sort of where we're at, not necessarily good or bad just where where they're, they're very of the moment. And if you think about it. In a commercial you can go what about a sitcom or that's it. Com seems very eighties that music seems very eighties and that's true, but there's plenty music from the eighties that doesn't feel that eighties at all. They're plenty of folks making. Point. Yeah, like rent over then seem timeless. So commercials are thirty second or sixty. Second little slices of exactly where we're at, whether it's the guy for the clothing ad talking about what his masculinity, airy vary, where if you ran that in the fifties they've they would. They would charge the antenna that the radio that the TV station broadcast from and they'd ram their pickup truck into it, and then hook it up to big pizza pizza cable, and they just get pull it down here in every tear it down or the DIKO guy you'd be you. Man, nonsensical, jokes confuse, hips. There's am I making a joke. I don't know. You don't know. You do your thing. I'll do my thing. I don't know why, but for some reason when it spills into the truck department toad and the trucks and they're talking about the taken Christmas lights and they spelled out on the field, welcome home for their veteran daughter who's going to be flying her south west flight right over this open field and they happen to know what side of the plane. She's in the b group it southwest fucking know. She's probably drunk on the isle, right, vomiting. Mom, what happened? Oh, we took a thousand. Chris. I was blowing. Do. They said, final. Join the? I took my Brian. I turned it back where the second doing the bathroom. What happened? Oh, we wrote welcome home on nice. Oh, I had jazz anyway, so I probably wouldn't have seen that. But anyways, on the second, the dude off in the anyway. Thanks. The next. If I ever come back by the way I'm going to be deployed April. So let's try in the military. Probably not going come back on a minesweeping unit that has no equipment. We have minesweepers. We didn't have batteries. So anyway, how's the football game? Yeah, the truck, the truck commercial. There's the other one where you gotta let the raff in. Dude, ever dotted the God. Damn. I gotta let that piece of shit back in at the end of the end zone. Yeah, let him in. There's a guy that uses his truck exclusively to pull over and write his wedding. Vows that push. Yeah. Yeah. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to sit in the back of his. That's a, that's a Volvo gotta sit there right vows to how 'bout you do that shit at home on your look off your face, move over and make room now..

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Well amount think we should be torturing people infused i mean look if the choice is between the incineration of an entire american city and waterboarding khalid sheikh mohammed i would've waterboarded khalid sheikh mohammed if that's the choice if it worked but a lot of the expert interrogators said they got better results by you know frankly given these guys like a big mac not getting it then they got from the waterboarding what you would just say anything to stop the waterboarding so i like to listen to the people have actually done this and i don't think it was it wasn't the be all and end all for interrogation techniques but again it is not something to destroy careers over when you were following what the white house had oth gotten authorized through the office of legal counsel and nancy pelosi by the way knew about before gina hospital that's another story we're going to get to that as well so i appreciate god bless you for your services country go to don oh no we're we're we're way over i'm sorry we'll we'll get you just be patient the sanctuary policies exposed coming up all year i've been letting my audience know about an ongoing war against cash by big government and it's designed to control your money and your privacy recent reports confirmed that this war is expanding rapidly in time is running out to take action i don't want any of my listeners to fall victim thankfully the folks at swissamerica have detailed all the government's dirty little secrets.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Online campaign ad comparing tammy baldwin to khalid sheikh mohammed paragraph after paragraph after paragraph and as you read through what you think to yourself this sounds like one of those times when republicans went out seeking forgiveness from leftwing mainstream media oh no we're just gonna we're going to get ahead of this we're not we're not going to be forced to defend the book mere campaign for this ad this ad is a nothing add it is a nothing adding you know why it's nothing at not because it's offensive because it's not even it doesn't even break the top thousand of offensive campaign ads is because it's ineffective do nothing instead of actually calling out josh calls campaign for hiring the hitman at one wisconsin now scott ross and using the left wing agitprop organization the southern poverty law center to smear a good civil liberties organization alliance defending freedom and our attorney general no these been paragraphs attacking the mirror campaign for an ad that damn near nobody was going to see and the only reason anyone's even talking about is because of columns like that how about instead i'm begging instead people actually go through tammy baldwin's problematic record please or at least defend defend the attorney general on something that is not only easily defensible but right and constitutional instead of wasting time calling attention to a nothing political ad that is not going to be affective and then it's only going to provide fodder for the baldwin campaign does she need fodder just tammy baldwin need fodder and instead of saying oh it was terrible that ad was terrible say it was ineffective because it was incongruous and while we don't believe tammy baldwin stands with khalid sheikh muhammad we do wonder why she is joining him in calling for the rejection of a highly qualified nominee to head up the cia gina hospital because that's what the ads about because khalid sheikh mohammed asked for permission to submit a letter to assist the resistance the democratic resistance in the united states senate two two obliterate the chance of jean hess bowl becoming cia director that's a legitimate question let's ask why tammy baldwin we're not saying you're standing with khalid sheikh mohammed but how come you're on the same side is this guy.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This is now your third book is a third new york times bestseller congratulations the next one because i think you know except there'll be a lot more f bombs in there than then maybe people are used to i've watched today gina has spell and i'm watching this woman and i'm thinking here after nine eleven we lost three thousand of our fellow americans and we're going backwards it was legal when we used enhanced interrogation waterboarding against three people and one of them was khalid sheikh mohammed i m like why do we have to revisit this yet again she was doing her job and it was legal at the time exactly she didn't break the law john brennan also said that he supports her he was he his nomination went through with flying colors he was confirmed yet he was her boss at the time and was was the one directing her to do this so she followed her orders she followed the law and that's what she continuously said today she said i didn't break any laws would i do it today no because our laws are changed and we don't allow this anymore but at the time after nine eleven three thousand people were killed we were trying to find answers so that others wouldn't die you know i remember interviewing actually played it last night on tv which i hate to do because it showed me a lot skinnier and a lot younger but at the time i interviewed jose rodriguez and he was in the room during these enhanced interrogation and he said very clearly i asked him numerous times numerous interviews if we do news those techniques against khalid sheikh mohammed we never would have gotten the information about the coeur dear because that was the way the bin laden was communicating.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"York times bestseller congratulations thank you so much on your so sweet to talk about it by the way i'm never going to be that honest in a book with anybody ever because i did far worse than you've ever done but i think linda is going to write the next one because i think you know accept there'll be a lot more f palms in there than than maybe people are used to i watched today gina has spell and i'm watching this woman and i'm thinking here after nine eleven we lost three thousand of our fellow americans and we're going backwards it was legal when we used enhanced interrogation waterboarding against three people and one of them was khalid sheikh mohammed i and i'm like why do we have to revisit this yet again she was doing her job and it was legal at the time exactly she didn't break the law john brennan also said that he supports her he was he his nomination went through with flying colors he was confirmed yet he was her boss at the time and was was the one directing her to do this so she followed her orders she followed the law and that's what she continuously said today she said i didn't break any laws would i do it today no because our laws are changed and we don't allow us anymore but at the time after nine eleven after three thousand people were killed we were trying to find answers so that others wouldn't die you know i remember interviewing i actually played it last night on tv which i hate to do because it showed me a lot skinnier and a lot younger but at the time i interviewed jose rodriguez and he was in the room during these enhanced interrogation and he said very clearly i asked him numerous times numerous interviews if we do news those techniques against khalid sheikh mohammed we never would have gotten the information about the coeur because that was the way the bin laden was communicating he wasn't using electronic communications and the courier lead us to bin laden so it worked and we got the.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"This from the washington examiner the information about haswell was revealed during an investigation as use of enhanced interrogation techniques during the bush administration and so they found out that she apparently in the report it says that she she got she got her jollies off of waterboarding folks and this really is the person we need running the say you gotta have somebody i mean i understand we gotta be within the law sort of but there are some times when you just have to do wouldn't has to be done and you know you can suffer the consequences later but let me ask you we've gone over this a fouls and times on this show and other shows and people talk about this if you've got somebody and i'm not talking about we're just gonna grant people off the street and start torturing them but if you got khalid sheikh mohammed just for an instance if this guy bad guy you know that khalid sheikh mohammed was the one who is the mastermind behind on levin and let's just say you got a guy like that list let's take it out of the khalid sheikh mohammed realm and bring it into isis let's say you got an isis guy who is responsible for beheading this guy has personally beheaded i don't know thirty people you know he's a bad guy and you've got him you you've captured him on the battlefield you've got him in custody and there is an imminent strike somewhere and this time isis we think has a nuke and this guy knows we're it is going to be detonated and win and we know it's coming because isis is said you know the evil west will pay and blah blah blah and there'll be blood and you know they've solved stuff they do and within a prescribed time it's going to happen any day now and you've got this guy in your custody and he's not talking would you torture him to get the information from i wouldn't have a problem at all and i love rand paul but rand paul says we're bigger than that no we're not we're going to be better than that the problem is sometimes it comes.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That song was originally in woody allen's take the money and run oh my god a sixty soul bossa nova that's the first would move arrison i am are awesome powers got onto it thirty years later but he added seating that sants it gave this show good he's done somebody those and you think about all the movie all the tv theme songs he's done this moute his tv theme chunks kicked ask and i completely agree rafts were dumb people and also gets a cultural pasquas why these two scare like no wants to go they don't like rap because it makes she mike racists an old an out of it whatever it's horrible nothing well the western says makes you wanna do this how many people can do this versus what whatever whatever kanye west says he does our khalid sheikh mohammed does or whatever his name is echo colley jake that i wanted to hear that anyone can do that this is a kind of a genius and it's like a once in a lifetime take or kill passerby 100 years before someone else who can do lindsay does and if you're quincy look i can't play three blind mice on a piano or sing and i'm credibly annoyed by what's going on musically today imagine if you're quincy jones yeah do you think it's possible and possibly very sad that there are one or two people in the world who can do a quick videos can do musical genius but because the music is on the way it is their taste in the dollar and try and of course they i the industry is squeezed out the other the room for quincy jones is he talks about that tell me is fine fina's keep going finest theme song because unlike.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on WGN Radio

"1970s one of his first job is so cool i did not this letter has been a record thirty three years hosting latenight television before retiring in 2015 and on the red carpet he said there was only one person he was trying to impress i have a thirteen year old son and with every breath i take so i'm trying to impressive and every now and then i feel like i have to let the young man though that in fact his father not just a goal but some would in addition to being adult was in sugars that's why i'm doing it so as the santa claus beard by the way oh worse gun bigger it's worse if i mean it's it's like it's approaching khalid sheikh mohammed at this point really come on come on now is that is that oppressing a thirteen year old 30yearold wanted his dad showing up at parent teacher night with that beer with the launch stuck in the beer now all right friday la were up to nov for moving medal of honor ceremony today at the white house this comes decades after this action and the reason that it is only coming to light now is because this as a top secret mission in laos as part of the unauthorized war in laos and cambodia during the vietnam conflict and until just recently classified information the man who received the medal of honor today his wife had no idea till two years ago home that he was involved in this action here's the president on the second day one of the allied soldiers wish yard outside their company perimeter again mike race to the side of the soldier exposing himself to constant fire as bullets flew in every direction mike fired at the enemy with one arm while dragging the injured soldier back to the perimeter with the other soon after they returned to the ended a rocketpropelled grenade exploded nearby and shots smouldering metal into mike's back and into is lake he was.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I was correct khalid sheikh mohammed the pakistani socalled mastermind of the september eleven attacks it's been tried in us court he's sitting in onetonne i'm always fifty three years old uh i don't wish him long life but i certainly don't wish him any change of status at any point he will not be peralte's an evil evil man also tried in us courts have been zachariah mosow muneer elmo to saudek ramsey been i'll sheib mustafa othman all hawass see ali abdel aziz alley and the effervescent while he'd been otto rush they all have been tried in us courts and uh look i i know that there's been a lot of thought that we should pursue the entire matter as a military matter rather than as a police matter where you bring a defendants to trial but either way for someone to believe that we've never followed up on september 11th and that there's a lot of evil out there there's there's all kinds of evil out there but to say that the united states hasn't devoted some of our finest american resources and energies and heroic individuals two fighting against islam or nazi terror is simply wrong one eight hundred nine five five seventeen 76 michael in phoenix you're on the michael medved show michael how are you and then there well or i god bless you uh i was my comment is about daca and i i see the what's going on right now with uh what president trump has done with it this is a win win win for everybody president trump gets to keep a campaign promise i'm ben congress gets to become heroes by legislating daca into law just the way it is president trump had no problems with dhaka the way it was except for the fact that it was illegally brought in by by obama all he wants to them to do it and i think i think and again that i think that would be the best case scenario i do think that steve bannon might be right however which is and i hate to say it but i think steve bannon's comment is well taken is that if there is a huge internal republican fight about daca it will be very bad for the party which is why those pro i've had people who do want to give dreamers some chance to legalise their status and to.

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"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"khalid sheikh mohammed" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"I was correct khalid sheikh mohammed the pakistani socalled mastermind of the september eleven attacks has been tried in us court he's sitting in onetonne i'm always fifty three years old i don't wish him long life but i certainly don't wish him any change of status at any point he will not be paroled he's an evil evil man also tried in us courts have been zachariah moussaoui muneer elmotassadeq ramsey been i'll sheib mustafa off med all hawass see ali abdel aziz ali end the effervescent while he'd been otto rush they all have been tried in us courts and look i i know that there's been a lot of thought that we should pursue the entire matter as a military matter rather than as a police matter where you bring a defendants to trial but either way a for someone to believe that we've never followed up on september eleven and that there's a lot of evil out there there's there's all kinds of evil out there but to say that the united states hasn't devoted some of our finest american resources and energies and heroic individuals two fighting against islam all nazi terror is simply wrong one eight hundred nine five five 1770s six michael in phoenix you're on the michael medved show michael how are you another well or i god bless you all i was my comment is about daca and i i see the what's going on right now with uh what president trump is done with it this is a win win win for everybody president trump gets to keep of campaign promise and then congress gift to become a hero by legislating daca into law just the way it is president trump had no problems with falco the way it was except for the fact that it was illegally brought in by by obama all he wants them to do it and i think i think and again that i think that would be the best case scenario i do think that steve bannon might be right however which is and i hate to say it but i think steve bannon's comment is well taken is that if there is a huge internal republican fight about daca it will be very bad for the party which is why those pro and.

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