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"kiki camarena" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

02:55 min | 5 months ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on Real Dictators

"February seventh nineteen eighty five one thirty pm and ricky camarena of the. Us drug enforcement administration sits at his desk in the american consulate in guadalajara mexico. Kiki as he's known has been out here for three years but he and his young family are about to be rotated out of mexico. Their bags are all packed. For san diego. Kiki picks up the phone calls his wife out. He's been working a lot lately and has seen much of her order. Three sons out one last lunch visit to their favorite restaurant make it takes a seat at table set for two. The smell of chinese food wafts out from the kitchen. She seen the menu plenty times before it stays on opened on the table. Her husband should be joining shortly. Kiki steps out the doors of the american consulate building. He walks down the street in the mid day sun towards his car. It's park just up ahead. He rummages in his pockets for his keys across the street. A group of men. Their conversation sounds frantic. One of them points straight at geeky. The men crossed the street. They look a bit like mexican police. They come right up to aging camarena. One of them stares him in. The eye drops his gaze downwards. The man is pointing a pistol at kiki to keep it. Concealed from the members of the public passing by. Kiki has no option but to get in their vehicle. It's the first time in. Us history that a da agent has been abducted on foreign soil in many ways. This is the defining moment of the war on drugs. Risk is always there for dea agents in the field but druglords tend to stop short of actually enacting violence against american citizens. It's one thing to threaten to ea agents. It's another thing entirely to carry out that threat. There's only one man in mexico who could have pulled off such a brazen act someone. The da had been tracking for nine years. Noise presents. real. Narcos the podcast series. That takes you to the front line with special agents and law enforcement pursuing the world's most dangerous cargo criminals in this episode will delve deep into the kiki camarena story will follow the drug enforcement administration to mexico on the hunt for a drug trafficker who sits above all others. Is it deadly spider. At the center of a web of corruption man intertwined with the upper echelons of the mexican establishment with unprecedented status and influence. He breaks the rules and unspeakable ways. Getting away.

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

06:24 min | 5 months ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"At jordan harbinger dot com slash course and by the way many of the guests on the show. They've contributed to the course in some way. So come join us. You'll be smart company now here. We go with steve murphy. And you're the real life narcos. Thanks for coming on the show guys kind of cool to have you both here at once. Thank you jordan. Were happy to be here with you. So i am i say jordan so i know this isn't involved question here. How did you guys end up chasing pablo escobar in the first place. Was he on your radar before or was it like pablo who yeah. Let me look into this guy. And then it just turned out to be the biggest narcoterrorists the world has ever known basically I got there in eighty eight and ninety at her published by didn't really know who he was just came out of austin texas the first couple of days on john my bosses were assigning. You the pablo escobar investigation. There's a senior agent. She was getting ready to leave. And so i started You know research him trying to get involved with the case. And then all of a sudden it's like pop less work like this is like the biggest trafficker in the world we had ever seen. It was a learning process. Learning public was in what he was all about. And when you say we got there you mean columbia or were you guys in el paso. Where are you guys at this point. Yeah i was in austin texas. I got there columbia. Ninety nine eight. Okay and i was down to miami from eighty seven to ninety one in june ninety-one arrived in colombia. I assume if you were in miami in the late eighties everybody thought your job is basically like don johnson from miami vice. I don't look like it's do. Yeah i mean. I don't know what he looks like now but so i assume at this point in the eighties growing up the way you guys did which is explained in the book. You probably hadn't done a ton of international travel to exotic places like colombia by that time in your life in your twenties or whatever. Yeah i i had never been out of the out of the country. I think my first experience was also in the chase. A fallen agent could come random. I was brand new on. The job was called to go. Help the search in massillon mix so that was my first experience. I went there without a passport. So adults they just. How do you get into a country without a passport driver's license. This is back in the eighties driver's license. They let me know. Yet that makes sense. I think even. When i was younger you could drive to canada and mexico and they would just say oh. You're american no problem now. It's not quite the same deal. You're chasing the guys who had abducted kiki camarena. Can you tell us like a ten thousand foot overview of what that was because i think people who haven't seen narcos or it's been a minute. They maybe have never heard that name. Kim comoro really was our i d agent. That was kidnapped by mexican traffickers. He was working on a case. That was gonna put a lot of people in jail. They found out it was camarena so basically he got kidnapped in then all of a sudden we could not get any assistance from the mexican government. We finally i think it was a president reagan. They closed the border down. And then we got the assistance we need it than it was just a tragic story. He was tortured. They will not let him die they would pump adrenaline into him to beat him up. Some more ask more questions bottom line. It was a terrible. Death was tortured tortured un-american. Da and then the search was on for the guy who orchestrated her was a guy named him gala. Caro quintero was put in jail. He has thus now escaped and he is on the run. That's a travesty. Wow so he's out and just freely floating around where mexico probably at this point. I guess we don't know we'll. They're saying they're searching for him. I don't think so. I'll be on. They know where he is just. He's about to many people off with corruption. And that's the travesty us. Yeah looking at the camarena case. It's nightmare fuel. So if you're at home wondering about that think twice before you get into the details on it because you can't unlearn that stuff when you guys found out about what they did to him. You're in your twenties right. so were you like. Let's go get these sons of bitches or were you like. I really don't want this to happen to me because that's terrifying like it's really disgusting. What they did to him. And if you've ever seen cartel video on the internet it's that time to ten right. I mean it's just disgusting for me. I was still a local cop when kiki was murdered. It didn't have much impact on my life back. Then but you know when i came on a and eighty seven and then ended up in columbia ninety one. It was encouraging to see that tracking down. Kiki's murderers was still a priority within the agency. And you know what to this day. Here we are at the end of twenty twenty. It's still a priority. And i was a i had one year on the job. I had just becoming agent nine hundred ninety four. The berry have two year. When i got the call from my boss. It noise in about a go to mexico. We need help. I speak spanish and election. I learned a lot sodden like you said it was just that violent. Not letting a person died they. Would you know. that's what really ticks. Everybody off they just kept him alive so they could be of more. Yeah it's nasty. And we can linked to the wikipedia entry on that in the show notes because if you find the wrong description it's it'll keep you up at night to horrific it is it really is and i know that when you started going after pablo in columbia there were threats against your lives. I kinda wanted to get an overview of what it's like when the most notorious drug dealer in the entire world is looking for you personally right not just like hey stop them from getting me. But they're like these to get these two jokers and there's the bounty on your head was three hundred thousand dollars or something like that. If memory serves. Yeah just keep in mind. They didn't hire us. Because we have the brightest bulbs on the tree. We'll have your. Was you know when you get to columbia when you get these foreign offices. You don't know which case you're going to be assigned to and of course i came into a great position because havi already been there three years when i arrived in nineteen ninety-one he had already been working the case for three years. I knew who pablo was based on investigations in south florida. But i'd never had a case that got me up to that level. You know so and team up with avi at another guy gary sheridan.

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:46 min | 6 months ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"For our 2021 I Heart Radio Podcast awards. Yes, Traffic sucks. But you could make it suck a little bit less for the next guy. If you see something that we didn't dial pound to 50 on your cell phone and say the keyword Kay if I traffic pay if I am 6 40 more stimulating talk. Okay. If I am 6 40 it's Conway show. That's a great song. That's the opening theme song and narcos on Netflix. That's a great song. I This is really cool, DEA Special Agent Bill Bonner's with us So I pronounce your last name correctly by the one. Yes, you are okay. Kiki Camarena. That's a name that about every D e. A agent, uh, who is currently or retired, knows Uh, the young man that was killed in Mexico. Um, that was before your time. That was before my time, right? You ready? Baby? Talk around the office, though. I'm sure you bet you either asked or somebody's told you what was the U. S reaction to that when Kiki was killed in Mexico? You know, the I'll tell you what the U. S reaction was was pretty firm. And, uh, we were just talking about it. You know, today is a matter of fact. I think the customs commissioner at that time there was an agency. Uh, United States customs. They control the border. I believe that Customs commissioner's name was von Raab and forgive me if I have that long. What? What? Finally kind of Pushed us forward. In that case, That case had been stalled for months. We kinky was not found he was kidnapped in February tortured, you know the whole month and Joe and tortured and killed and the whole month of March past and we still Americans had still not found the body or we had no information commissioner Von Raab closed down the United States border with Mexico, and he ordered that every car going in or out. Would be searched, completely searched. Now the story is that the traffic at the at the South bound border crossing was backed all the way up the Los Angeles Oh, my and what it did what it did to him. Is it effectively shut down the Mexican economy. And as a result of that, and that's that's some hard core political pressure that takes resolve to do is to do something like that, Um You know a You know, there was a little bit of a breakthrough in the case, and we got some information. And we're able to. Ah To recover the body of Agent Cameron and bring him home back to the states. But I heard that I mean, I read up on X. I saw that in our clothes and I wanted to learn more about it. So I read up on it. But that killing of that D e a agent offset the You know the strongest investigation and the biggest investigation. I believe in the DEA or in the U. S. Government's history. It's for sure, the most complex most time consuming investigation. India's history. It's still an active investigation in this office today, Tim Really, Uh oh, yeah. And I can tell you factually that We are still Interviewing people and going out and trying to recruit new witnesses to establish Established what happened? Remember, and you know it. I was just out of high school when that happened, I think was 84 85 on Ronald Reagan really got behind the D E A and said, whatever you guys need here. Because that they needed this wade, other cartels and other people in foreign countries from killing D. E a agents and the message went out. Yeah. So that has kept a much you know that act. Or that I should say that reaction to that incident. The strong reaction by the U. S government has kept our people safe overseas, for the most part, with exceptions, but for the most part since then. A to least with drug traffickers. They realized that that there's some lines that they cannot cross because, like I said, here we are 30, plus years later, we're still working the case. We're still we're still going after Rafael Caro Quintero. And we still expect to see him up here in Los Angeles, you know, standing tall for what he did. That is wild. I know that in in narcos and Netflix. If there was, I think was a million dollar bounty. And that was a lot of money back then, on the heads of steamers, Murphy and Javier are pain. You who are the two agents featured in that syriza And and yet they understood I that if you if you do kill DEA agent that it's it's horrible, horrible for business. Absolutely. There was nothing that will get a drug trafficking operation shut down faster, uh more aggressively, and that will unite law enforcement, You know, even in the battle that than doing something like that overseas, But like I said, there's there's I think there's some lines they've learned that That they cannot cross right. And that actor that played Escobar was unbelievable. I mean, when you watch it, groceries, that's him. Yeah, Yeah, He was great. Yeah, Terrific. I'd love to. I mean, it would been great to have Ah, D agent sitting in the room watching cited million questions, But I was watching that night, right? It would be really cool. Well, congratulations on the big methamphetamine bust today. Huge bust. I'm you know what? Well over $18 million wholesale, probably in the billion dollars. Look, if if all those drugs end up in Australia that's probably billions of dollars. That's that's a relief package right there. Yeah, exactly. But it was unbelievable £893 of coke, £13 of heroin and £22,224 of methamphetamine. I heard somebody say today that that's enough enough methamphetamine. For to get everybody in the United States. Hi. Yes. So if you tell me where there was a £3000 seizure in San Diego, So if you took that Caesar Caesar and the £2200 here and put them together, there's enough for a dose for everyone in the United States and Mexico. Every man, woman and child one big party, right? You know, every before everyone heads to a rehab, I really appreciate coming on I congratulations. And I please come back any time. I've always been very interested how you guys operate it Z really a dangerous job, a job that you know that's right up there with the most important jobs in United States. Yeah. And thanks and real quick, thanks to the men and women of D E, a Los Angeles and the the 10 or so local police departments that we've partnered with on this particular investigation without them. I mean, they're the eyes and ears on the street that know that know what's going on every day. So so, thanks to them for Cooperating and partnering with us and taking drug crime. Serious in our community. Appreciate, appreciate coming on and stay safe out there. Thanks to him. All right. Thank you, sir. All right. Special D, a special agent in charge Bill Bogner with a huge huge but the methamphetamine again, £2224. Of methamphetamine, Most cars way that and that's just in methamphetamine. That as well. Are we alive on K If I am 6 40 Mary holidays you politically correct blowhard. Okay, f I am K. O S. T. H d to Los Angeles Orange County live everywhere on the younger radio app..

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:51 min | 7 months ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Democracy. Around the world. Every single day. And if there's nothing else about corruption that your listeners remember, I want him to remember this. That is American hero who unfortunately made the supreme sacrifice of the hands of the Mexican of Mexican corruption. Whatever I might have done pales in comparison to the tremendous achievement. Bravery of one man. He a special agent Enrique Kiki Camarena. For those of you who haven't seen it. Please research and find the last narc and er see. Um in it. It's a four episode um, feature that's Come on, Um In just the last couple of months. You'll hear from the A supervisor Hector Morella's Who investigated the Kiki Camarena matter. You'll also hear From some former Mexican police who were on the take who speak about what really happened to Enrique Camarena. We'll hear from Enrique, his wife. Take a camera. You know, I had the privilege of meeting Enrique his Children, his son, Enrique Junior in particular who is now a San Diego Superior Court judge. Um, no doubt his father would be immensely proud of him. Let's think about this man who gave his life for us. He was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. Worked through college. It became a Marine. Became a fireman. Of course, became a U. S. Citizens, a local police officer and then a DEA agent, and he was murdered when he was 37 years old. 11 years on the job, married with three Children. Know when his mom found out that he was going to becoming the agent and was in such fear. Has come into her Woz. And this is a quote. I can't not do this. I'm only one person, but I want to make a difference. Among other things, he did undercover work in Mexico, gathering information that led to the destruction of a 220 acre marijuana plantation. It costs the cartels $160 million. And in particular. Beast by the name of Rafael Taro Quintero, who is a drug lord, who accumulated about a billion dollars by the early 19 eighties and after the plantation was destroyed. He got his corrupt Mexican officials and others to kidnap Kiki. February, 7th 1985 in Guadalajara as Kiki was leaving the consulate to go meet his wife for lunch. Was kidnapped and taken to a remote farm controlled by the cartel. Tortured and questioned for two days they had a doctor there who kept him awake and alive for two days by administrating injections. This interrogation and torture was recorded. Thank.

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:08 min | 11 months ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I met him for the first time when When he was coaching in Florida, and they play you see in the Sugar Bowl a lot of years ago, and you know when Tim Tebow was a quarterback that Florida I'm doing because John was doing the game that night for Fox and Amanda and I went out on New Year's Eve and watch them work out in the Superdome in New Orleans. And that's the first time that urban and I had ever met well, and in fact, I had no idea what a big Reds fan he was until that night, and so It was awfully kind of him to be a part of it. In course Pete is one of my dear friends is on earth and everybody else that was involved. I'm just very, very indebted to him, and I think they will add a lot to it. Let me let me apply the title to this 2020 Reds team. How we looking at five and eight. Not good. Um you know the one thing the one and I'm wrong, More non right. But the one thing I said before the 24 hours before the first show has ever thrown that if there was an area that I thought there should be major concern over, it was a bullpen. And and and I think that that's the most important facet of every team in a 60 game season, because if you don't have a good book, then you got a problem and I admire David Bells patients, but I don't know how much longer you can continue to say. I believe in this group and I love this group. And I know they're going to be fine because you keep saying that enough. You're gonna wake up and you're gonna be 10 or 12 games back, and then you can kiss it. Good bye because there's gonna be over them. Are you feeling any sense of withdrawal cravings? Is there any Ah, Is there any inner workings that say a whisper of your in your mind saying Go back, do some more games. You know what I brought ya brought up on TV the other night. Because if I'm home, I'm listening and or watching or a combination of both. And every now and then I'll fire off a text message to hear Chris when they say something more often than not. They will given time so that you know he made the comment on TV. You know, I told my dad the other day you're listening. You're watching you don't miss a game if you're home. You miss it, don't you? And my answer to him was I don't miss one nanosecond of it. If I have not had a scintilla of regret over my decision, and that that doesn't in any way, minimize how grateful I am to have had the opportunity to do what I did for 4.5 decades and the greatest city tow livin on Earth. But at the same time, I think those of us who were fortunate enough Teo to realise that there can be a life after whatever you do for a living for your entire life. And and so I turned the page on broadcasting. I'm no longer a broadcast. I'm a former broadcaster. And so I don't miss doing the play by play. I wrote like Hell for Tommy Troll to be a success. I want him to be a big success in this town. And and and I have such great affection for all of those guys. That's the thing I miss. I don't miss the game. I'm being around the people because I loved all those folks. And that's something you have to give up when you decide to walk away from something like this. By the way. Final thought we've compared TV notes over the years. Are you watching Yellowstone? By any chance? Can I be honest with you about something here? That's a finest role that Kevin Costner has ever played. I think I would agree with you. I think it's a wonderful program. Good decide. I'm in. I've got two more episodes to watch. And what is this season? Three. I've got two more episodes to watch. You know, as is the case with so many of these good programs, you miss it terribly. Yeah. Yeah, I'm going to give you one board. I know you got to go. Watch the show on Amazon. That's just shown up in the last couple of days, and the title of it is the last narc and they are see It's about the torture the kidnapping, torture. And the murder of Kiki Camarena, who was a DEA agent on its four episodes that it's unbelievable, but get back to me when you watch it..

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The whole families wiped out in Mexico Mormon people inference running for their lives executed by cartel members has been swept under the rug now one word from one Democrat about the slaughter not one word Michael Levine welcome back to the program there are so many things we could talk about relating to this cartel shooting on the family do you fear that this is going to come to the shores very soon if not sooner than we think this kind of stuff the reason I told you the the because of Oscar Toros it's been on our shores all the way back from my point of view in the early eighties the you know the cocaine cowboy wars in Miami I was found itself and that thank you what what what I found totally out reaches fifty coming up to this day and on the PPS treatment by the VA yeah is that in in investigating the events why was the government supporting the biggest drug traffickers in the world we couldn't understand it myself and then agent who's out there now you left you left any position on the cover was core the whole wonderful guy and it was really him that aren't covered the fact that lead murder the torture murder of and regain Kiki Camarena in Mexico I remember you mentioned come arena that one got very deep into you and it's still there because what we on coverage maybe horse race was that American agents and politicians were supporting and helping to conceal the fact that our government was helping people directly involved in the homicide of of Michael how much more we need to know the when nafta was being passed we on the radio with talking about the super highways that were coming in from Mexico that would be used for what they are being used for today to we need to say anymore well what's that one of the reasons that we are that they tried so hard to destroy the events in deep color to the batter the media eight Mexicans works not that was on the drawing room on the on the table when Chris Michael when you coming out to San Francisco so we can have dinner again after twenty five years I got to go to twenty eight very ill Christmas time I don't know who would you be in the LA area around Christmas time I may be down there really we gotta get together Michael just for you know like I wrote something we gotta get together something in LA my god I still remember the night you are well I remember those nights in the Basque restaurant remember the fun we had all my are you still married to the same lovely lady I am married and every day I wake up I say thank god for my Laura thank god because you know who asked about a last night was Mrs **** what they they both really had a connection was a may I know well look Michael I'm gonna contact you after the show and we're going to start over renew our friendship and maybe we'll meet in LA in a secret location the secret me allows that right Michael Levine author of these great books deep cover the.

"kiki camarena" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Sleep in your cubicle for five minutes from now. And again, I'm not joking away. Sleeping is the greatest way to break an anxiety. Okay. Running. I've heard that. I myself hate it. Hey. No one no-one no-one lives that long run runners. They burn out. Are you kidding me? All runners old runners never die. They just lose their footing now old runners don't look good. They look they break things their place, hips knees ankles. Why because you're not supposed to be running at that age. No society earth sees a seven year old man running around like that. At that point. Your son is killing the antelope for you. And today, the son, of course, you stop it already with the running over the Golden Gate Bridge. They used to be a guy in his eighties would run over the Golden Gate Bridge. We see them like on a regular basis here in the bay area. Well, I don't know where he went eventually, but that's an anomaly, I don't say some be sitting in a rocking chair. But this whole concept of eternally pushing your body beyond its limits is stupid. It makes no sense. I'm a I'm a more middle of the road person when it comes to diet and exercise myself, the Zan way, the, you know, the Dow the center the middle way the middle way, the middleweight the Dow the Dow of exercise the Dow of diet, the Dow stress don't try to avoid stress entirely. You can't the greatest stress by trying to avoid stress number one rule. The more you try to evade stress the most stressed you get meditation. I don't know how it works. I've tried it. In the seventy s I didn't understand that. They put me on a machine would like wires, some shrink put me on it. And he said try to achieve the alpha way better than what the hell he was talking about. I rip the thing out of my head and left during what is he doing? What look at the waves. I don't wait. None of that works alpha waves. I go late at night when I like to do is. I I watch Netflix lately, I'm watching you wanna hear alpha waves. I can't stop watching narcos three Mexico narcos Mexico season three I can't stop watching it. The random violence is so astonishing how it comes up out of nowhere like men in suits talking, which are then all of a sudden one drug dealer. I mean, these are the top rung will pull out like a brick or an ashtray and kill the other one. And I don't mean just hit him once. I mean, Basham Phyllis no head left, and then wipe the blood off a suit. I mean, it's astounding because you know, you can feel it right under the surface so nocco season. Narcos three is interesting because it's about the beginning of the cocaine influx into America tailing with the influx of marijuana in large amounts from Mexico, where they grew a thousand acres of sense Amelia. In in a desert region astonishingly well done, but it's really about the DA agent Kiko Camarena and how they caught him and tortured him mercilessly. Now, this is very intriguing to me. I used to have a a friend. I would consider him a friend. I haven't seen him in years, and I could mention his name, Michael. And I know he's still around. Mike Levin writes books on his work in the DA. When I first started radio I used to put on shows like compassionate conservative events. If you're at one member remember them early nineties, I was the original compassionate, conservative Venter predated. The a lot of things in the conservative movement. The compassionate conservative events would sell out immediately two thousand people it was a phenomenal. Phenomenal thing you had to have been there. I have to them one day. I'll put them all together. This was so great. So one of the I'd have other guests on had Laura Ingram on strangely enough. I had a on on the stage with me. She works for the president. I she was like a pollster Kellyanne Conway split second nickname enough. I had play on the stage. Nice lady back in the ninety. She'd probably forgot nice person. Lots of people, but Mike Levin was one of them and Mike had written a book called the great white, something or other. He was an undercover DA agent. You see he grew up in the Bronx stocky guy Jewish guy who looked at talion, but spoke Spanish fluently in several different accents. He'd go undercover into. I think he said, I don't know Columbia acting like an American Italian mafioso to do deals, and I said, how the hell did you get in and out of that with your life? You know that kind of thing. Now, that's a job that is portrayed by KiKi marina, but what I'm saying is I heard stories that the DA was so incensed by what they did to KiKi Camarena. When they caught him. That's what triggered the greatest drug rebound the drug war against them. Because of what they did to him. You know, I'll be right back. Join the Savage Nation..

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"And again, I'm not joking in a way sleeping is the greatest way to break an anxiety. Okay. Running. I've heard that. I myself hate it hate it. No-one no-one lives that long runners. They burn out. Are you kidding me? Give see all runners old runners never die. They just lose their footing. Now, all runners don't look good. What makes you look they break things their place, hips knees ankles. Why because you're not supposed to be running at that age. No society on earth sees a seventy year old man running around like that at that point. Your son is killing the antelope for you. And today, the son, of course, you stop it already with the running over the Golden Gate Bridge used to be a guy in his eighties would run over the Golden Gate Bridge. We see them like on a regular basis here in the bay area. Well, I don't know where he went eventually, but that's an anomaly, I don't say some sitting in a rocking chair. But this whole concept of eternal pushing your body beyond its limits is stupid. It makes no sense. I'm a I'm a more middle of the road person. When it comes to diet exercise, myself the way, the, you know, the Dow the center the middle way, the middleweight middleweight, the Dow the Dow of exercise the Dow of diet, the Dow stress don't try to avoid stress entirely. You can't the greatest stress by the way is trying to avoid stress number one rule. The more you try to evade stress the more stressed you get meditation. Never I don't know. How it works? I've tried it in the seventies. I didn't understand that. They put me on a machine would like wire some shrink put me on it. And he said try to achieve the alpha know what the hell he was talking about. Rip the thing out of my head and left. I mean, what is he doing what look at the waves. I don't want. None of that works alpha waves. I go late at night when I like to do is. I watched that flicks. So lately, I'm watching you wanna hear alpha waves. I can't stop watching narcos three Mexico narcos Mexico season three I can't stop watching the random violence is so astonishing how it comes up out of nowhere like men in suits talking to each other and all of a sudden one drug dealer. I mean, these are the top rung will pull out like a brick or an ashtray and kill the other one. And I don't mean just hit him once. I mean Basham until us no head left, and then wipe the blood off a suit. I mean, it's astounding because you know, you can feel it right under the surface so nocco season. Narcos three is interesting because it's the beginning of the cocaine influx into America dove tailing with the influx of marijuana in large amounts from Mexico where they grew a thousand acres of sense Amelia in. A desert region was astonishingly well done. But it's really about the DA agent Kiko Camarena and how they caught him and tortured him mercilessly. Now, this is very intriguing to me. I used to have a a friend. I mean, I would consider him a friend. I haven't seen him in years, and I could mention his name, Michael Levin. I know he's still around. Mike Levin writes books on his work in the DA. When I first started radio I used to put on shows like compassionate conservative events ratio. And if you're at one member remember them early nineties, I was the original compassionate, conservative Venter predated. The a lot of things in the conservative movement. The compassionate conservative events would sell out immediately two thousand people it was a phenomenal. Phenomenal thing you had to have been there. I have to them one day. I'll put them all together. This was so great. So one of the I'd have other guests on had Laura Ingram on strangely enough. I had play on on the stage with me. She works for the president. I she was like a pollster Kellyanne Conway split a caller. It's like, a nickname. You know, I had split on the stage. Nice lady back in the ninety. She probably forgot nice person. Lots of people, but Mike Levin was one of them and Mike had written a book called the great white, something or other. He was an undercover DA agent. You see he grew up in the Bronx stocky guy Jewish guy who looked Italian but spoke Spanish fluently in several different accents. He'd go undercover into. I think he said, I don't know what Columbia acting like an American Italian mafioso to do deals, and I said, how the hell did you get in and out of that with your life? You know that kind of thing. Now, that's a job that is portrayed by KiKi Camarena. But what I'm saying is I heard stories that the DA was so incensed by what they did to KiKi Camarena. When they caught him. That's what triggered the greatest drug re rebound the drug war against them. Because of what they did to him. You know, I'll be right back. Join the Savage Nation..

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To sleep in your cubicle for five minutes from now. And again, I'm not joking in a way sleeping is the greatest way to break an exotic. Okay running. I've heard that I myself hate it. Hey. Got it. No one no one lives that long run runners. They burn out. Are you kidding me? Give see all runners all rubbers old rubbers. I mean old runners old rubbers old. I'm not talking about galoshes old runners never died. They just lose their footing. No old runners don't look good. Look, they break things their place, hips knees ankles, why because you're not supposed to be running at that age. No society on earth sees a seventy year old man running around like that at that point. Your son is killing the antelope for you. And today, the son, of course, you stop it already with the running over the Golden Gate Bridge. They used to be a guy in his eighties would run over the Golden Gate Bridge. We used to see them like on a regular basis here in the bay area. Well, I don't know where he went eventually, but that's an anomaly, I don't say some sitting in a rocking chair. But this whole concept of eternally pushing your body beyond its limits is stupid. It makes no sense. I'm I'm a more middle of the road person when it comes to diet and exercise myself the zen way. The Dow the center the middle way the middleware the middle middleweight, the Dow the Dow of exercise Dow of diet, the Dow stress don't try to avoid stress entirely. You can't the greatest stress by always trying to avoid stress number one rule. The more you try to evade stress the most stressed you get meditation. Never I don't know how it works. I've tried it in the seventies. I didn't understand that. They put me on a machine would like wires, some shrink put me on it. And he said try to achieve the alpha way better than what the hell he was talking about. Rip the thing out of my head left. I mean, what is he doing what look at the waves. None of that works alpha waves. I late at night when I like to do is. I I watched Netflix lately, I'm watching you wanna hear alpha waves. I can't stop watching narcos three Mexico narcos Mexico season three I can't stop watching it. The random violence is so astonishing how it comes up out of nowhere like men in suits talking to each other and all of a sudden one drug dealer. I mean, these are the top rung will pull out like a brick or an ashtray kill the other one. And I don't mean just hit him once. I mean, Basham Phyllis no head left, and then wipe the blood off a suit. I mean, it's astounding because you know, you can feel it right under the surface so nocco season. Narcos three is interesting because it's about the beginning of the cocaine influx into America dove tailing with the influx of marijuana in large amounts from Mexico, where they grew a thousand acres of sense Amelia. In in a desert region is astonishingly well done. But it's really about the DEA agent Kiko counter rain, and how they caught him and tortured him mercilessly. Now, this is very intriguing to me. I used to have a a friend. I would consider him a friend. I haven't seen him in years, and I could mention his name, Michael LeVine. And I know he's still around. Mike Levin writes books on his work in the DA. When I first started radio I used to put on shows like compassionate conservative events. Raise your hand. If you're at one member remember them early ninety s I was the original compassionate, conservative, Venter predated. The a lot of things in the conservative movement. The compassionate conservative vents would sell out immediately two thousand people it was a phenomenal. Phenomenal thing you had to have been there. I have tapes of them one day. I'll put them all together. This was so great. So one of the I'd have other guests on had Laura Ingram on strangely. Enough. Splash on on the stage with me. She works for the president. I she was a pollster Kellyanne Conway play a caller nickname. I had split on the stage. Nice lady back in the ninety. She probably forgot nice person. Lots of people, but Mike Levin was one of them and Mike had written a book called the great white, something or other. He was an undercover DA agent. You see he grew up in the Bronx stocky guy Jewish guy who, you know, looked Italian but spoke Spanish fluently in several different accents. He'd go undercover into. I think he said I don't on Columbia acting like an American Italian mafioso to do deals, and I said, how the hell did you get in and out of that with your life? You know that kind of thing. Now, that's a job that is portrayed by KiKi Camarena. But what I'm saying is I heard stories that the DA was so incensed by what they did to KiKi Camarena. When they caught him. That that's what triggered the greatest drug re rebound the drug war against them. Because of what they did to him. You know what? Anyway, I'm getting off the topic here. If you have an expertise in any subject that you would think would make for an interesting guests on the Michael Savage podcast beginning in January that is January seventh..

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Narcos three is interesting because it's about the beginning of the cocaine influx into America dove tailing with the influx of marijuana in large amounts from Mexico, where they grew a thousand acres of sense Amelia. In a in a desert region was astonishingly well done. But it's really about the DA agent Kiko Camarena and how they caught him and tortured him mercilessly. Now, this is very intriguing to me. I used to have a friend. I mean, I would consider him a friend. I haven't seen him in years, and I could mention his name, Michael LeVine. And I know he's still around. Mike Levin writes books on his work in the DA. When I first started radio I used to put on shows like compassionate conservative events. And if you're at one member remember them early nineties, I was the original compassionate, conservative Venter and predated the a lot of things in the conservative movement. The compassionate conservative events would sell out immediately two thousand people it was a phenomenal. Phenomenal thing you had to have been there. I have tapes of them one day. I'll put them all together. This was so great. So one of the I'd have other guests on Laura Ingram on strangely enough. I had split on on the stage with me. She works for the president. I she was very, you know, like, a pollster Kellyanne Conway split, a caller nickname. I had split on the stage. Nice lady back in the ninety. She probably forgot nice person. Lots of people, but Mike Levin was one of them and Mike had written a book called the great white something rather he was an undercover DA agent. You see he grew up in the Bronx stocky guy Jewish guy who, you know, look, the talian, but spoke Spanish fluently in several different accents. He'd go undercover into. I think he said I don't know on Columbia acting like an American Italian mafioso to do deals, and I said, how the hell did you get in and out of that with your life? You know that kind of thing. Now, that's a job that is portrayed by KiKi Camarena. But what I'm saying is I heard stories that the DA was so incensed by what they did to KiKi Camarena. When they caught him. That's what triggered the greatest drug rebound the drug war against them. Because of what they did to him. But anyway, I'm getting off the topic here if you have an expertise in any subject that you would think would make for an interesting guests on the Michael Savage podcast, beginning January that is January seventh..

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Sleep in your cubicle for five minutes from now. And again, I'm not joking in a way sleeping is the greatest way to break an anxiety. Okay. Running. I've heard that. I myself hate it hate it. No one no one lives long runners. They burn out. Are you kidding me? You ever see all runners all rubbers old rubbers? I mean old runners old rubbers, no old. I'm not talking about galoshes old runners never die. They just lose their footing. Now, all runners don't look good. Macy's look, they break things there place, hips knees ankles. Why because you're not supposed to be running at that age. No society on earth sees a seventy year old man running around like that at that point. Your son is killing the antelope for you. And today, the son, of course, you stop it already with the running over the Golden Gate Bridge. They used to be a guy in his eighties would run over the Golden Gate Bridge. We used to see them like on a regular basis here in the bay area. Well, I don't know where he went eventually, but that's an anomaly, I don't say some sitting in a rocking chair. But this whole concept of eternal pushing your body beyond its limits is stupid. It makes no sense. I'm a I'm a more middle of the road person when it comes to diet and exercise myself the zen way. The, you know, the Dow the center the middle way the way the middleweight the Dow the Dow of exercise Dow of diet, the Dow stress don't try to avoid stress entirely. You can't the greatest stress by always trying to avoid stress number one rule. The more you try to evade stress the more stress you get meditation. Never I don't know. How it works? I've tried it in the seventies. I didn't understand that. They put me on a machine would like wires, some shrink put me on it. And he should try to achieve the alpha waves. I don't know what the hell he was talking about. Rip the thing out of my head and left. I mean, what is he doing what look at the waves. None of that works alpha waves. I late at night when I like to do is. I I watched that flicked. So lately, I'm watching you wanna hear alpha waves. I can't stop watching narcos three Mexico narcos Mexico season three I can't stop watching the random violence is so astonishing how it comes up out of nowhere like men in suits talking to each other and all of a sudden one drug dealer. I mean, these are the top rung will pull out like a brick or an ashtray and kill one. And I don't mean just hit him once. I mean, Basham Phyllis no head left, and then wipe the blood off a suit. I mean, it's astounding because you know, you can feel it right under the surface so nocco season. Narcos three is interesting because that's about the beginning of the cocaine influx into America dove tailing with the influx of marijuana in large amounts from Mexico, where they grew a thousand acres of sense Amelia. In a in a desert region was astonishingly well done. But it's really about the DA agent Kiko Camarena at how they caught him and tortured him mercilessly. Now, this is very intriguing to me. I used to have a a friend. I mean, I would consider him a friend. I haven't seen them in years, and I could mention his name, Michael LeVine. And I know he's still around. Mike Levin writes books on his work in the DA. When I first started radio I used to put on shows like compassionate conservative events. Raise your hand. If you're at one member remember them early nineties. I was the original compassionate, conservative Venter and I- predated. The a lot of things in the conservative movement, the compassionate conservative events, which sell out immediately two thousand people. It was a phenomenal. Phenomenal thing you had to have been there. I have tapes of them one day. I'll put them all together. This was so great. So one of the I'd have other guests on had Laura Ingram on strangely enough. I had a on on the stage with me. She works for the president. I she was like a pollster Kellyanne Conway split a cooler. It's like, a nickname you. I had split on the stage. Nice lady back in the ninety. She probably forgot nice person. Lots of people, but Mike Levin was one of them and Mike had written a book called the great white, something or other. He was an undercover DA agent. You see he grew up in the Bronx stocky guy Jewish guy who, you know, look at talion, but spoke Spanish fluently in several different accents. He'd go undercover into. I think he said I don't know on Columbia acting like an American Italian mafioso to do deals, and I said, how the hell did you get in and out of that with your life? You know that kind of thing. Now, that's a job that is portrayed by KiKi Camarena. But what I'm saying is I heard stories that the DA was so incensed by what they did to KiKi Camarena when they caught him. That's what triggered the greatest drug rehab rebound the drug war against them. Because of what they did to him. You know? But anyway, I'm getting off the topic here. If you have an expertise in any subject that you would think would make for an interesting guests on the Michael Savage, part guests beginning in January that is January seventh..

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"From your doctor to go to sleep in Cuba for five minutes from now. And again, I'm not joking in a way sleeping is the greatest way to break an anxiety. Okay. Running. I've heard that. I myself hate it hate it. No-one no-one lives that long runners. They burn out. Are you kidding me? Us. The all runners old runners never die. They just lose their footing. Now, all runners don't look good. Macy's. They break things there place, hips knees ankles. Why because you're not supposed to be running at that age. No society on earth sees a seven year old man running around like that at that point. Your son is killing the antelope for you. Today, the son. Of course, you stop it already with the running over the Golden Gate Bridge. They used to be a guy in his eighties would run over the Golden Gate Bridge. We used to see them like on a regular basis here in the bay area. Well, I don't know where he went eventually, but that's an anomaly, I don't say some sitting in a rocking chair. But this whole concept of eternal league pushing your body beyond its limits is stupid. It makes no sense. I'm a I'm a more middle of the road person when it comes to diet and exercise myself, the Zan way, the, you know, the Dow the center the middle way the middle way, the middleweight the Dow the Dow of exercise Dow of diet, the Dow stress don't try to avoid stress entirely. You can't the greatest dress by always trying to avoid stress number one rule. The more you try to evade stress the most stressed you get meditation. Never I don't know how it works. I've tried it in the seventies. I didn't understand that. They put me on a machine would like wire some shrink put me on it. And he said try to achieve the alpha waves don't know what the hell he was talking about. I rip the thing out of my head and left. I mean, what is he doing what look at the waves. I don't want it. None of that works alpha waves. I late at night when I like to do is I watch Netflix lately, I'm watching you wanna hear alpha waves. I can't stop watching narcos three Mexico narcos Mexico season three I can't stop watching it. The random violence is so astonishing how it comes up out of nowhere like men in suits talking to each other and all of a sudden one drug dealer. I mean, these are the top rung will pull out like a brick or an ashtray and kill the other one. And I don't mean just hit him once. I mean, Basham Phyllis no head left, and then wipe the blood off a suit. I mean, it's astounding because you know, you can feel it right under the surface so nocco season. The narcos three is interesting because it's about the beginning of the cocaine influx into America dove tailing with the influx of marijuana in large amounts from Mexico, where they grew a thousand acres of sense Amelia. In a in a desert region is astonishingly well done. But it's really about the DA agent Kiko marina at how they caught him and tortured him mercilessly. Now, this is very intriguing to me. I used to have a a friend. I mean, I would consider him a friend. I haven't seen him in years, and I could mention his name, Michael LeVine. And I know he's still around. Mike Levin writes books on his work in the DA. When I first started radio I used to put on shows like compassionate conservative events Mel ratio. And if you're at one member remember them early nineties, I was the original compassionate, conservative Venter predated. The a lot of things in the conservative movement. The compassionate conservative vents would sell out immediately two thousand people it was a phenomenal. Phenomenal thing you had to have been there. I have tapes of them one day. I'll put them all together. This was so great. So one of the I'd have other guests on had Laura Ingram on strangely enough. I had split on on the stage with me. She works for the president. I she was like a pollster Kellyanne Conway split caller. Nick thing. I had split on the stage. Nice lady back in the ninety. She probably forgot nice person. Lots of people, but Mike Levin was one of them and Mike had written a book called the great white, something or other. He was an undercover agent. You see he grew up in the Bronx. A stocky guy Jewish guy who looked Italian but spoke Spanish fluently in several different accents. He'd go undercover into. I think he said I don't know on Columbia acting like an American Italian mafioso to do deals, and I said, how the hell did you get in and out of that with your life? You know that kind of thing. Now, that's a job that is portrayed by KiKi Camarena. But what I'm saying is I heard stories that the DA was so incensed by what they did to key arena when they caught him. That's what triggered the greatest drug rebe rebound, the drug war against them. Because of what they did to him. You know, I'll be right back. Join the Savage Nation..

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Go to sleep in your cubicle for five minutes from now. And again, I'm not joking in a way sleeping is the greatest way to break an anxiety. Okay. Running. I've heard that. I myself hate it. Hey. Hate it. No one. No one lives that long run runners. They burn out. Are you kidding me? You ever see all runners all rubbers old rubbers old runners old rubbers, no old. I'm not talking about galoshes old runners never die. They just lose their footing. Now, all runners don't look good. Macy's look, they break things their place, hips knees ankles. Why because you're not supposed to be running at that age. No society on earth sees a seven year old man running around like that at that point. Your son is killing the antelope for you. And today, the son, of course, you stop it already with the running over the Golden Gate Bridge. They used to be a guy in his eighties would run over the Golden Gate Bridge. We should see them like on a regular basis here in the bay area. Well, I don't know where he went eventually, but that's an anomaly, I don't say some gusty sitting in a rocking chair. But this whole concept of eternal pushing your body beyond its limits is stupid. It makes no sense. I'm a I'm a more middle of the road person when it comes to diet and exercise myself the zen way. The, you know, the Dow the center the middle way the middle way, the middleweight the Dow the Dow of exercise the Dow of diet, the Dow stress don't try to avoid stress entirely. You can't the greatest dressed by trying to avoid stress number one rule. The more you try to evade stress. The most stressed you get meditation ever. I don't know how it works. I've tried it in the seventies. I didn't understand that. They put me on a machine would like wire some shrink put me on it. And he said try to achieve the alpha. We don't know what the hell he was talking about. I rip the thing out of my head left. I mean, what is he doing what look at the waves. None of that works alpha waves. I go late at night. But I like to do is. I I watch Netflix lately, I'm watching you wanna hear waves. I can't stop watching narcos three Mexico. Narcos Mexico season three I can't stop watching it. The random violence is so astonishing how it comes up out of nowhere like men in suits talking to each other and all of a sudden one drug dealer. I mean, these are the top rung will pull out like a brick or an ashtray and kill the other one. And I don't mean just hit him once. I mean, Basham Tillis, no head left, and then wipe the blood off a suit. I mean, it's astounding because you know, you can feel it right under the surface so nocco season. The narcos three is interesting because that's about the beginning of the cocaine influx into America dove tailing with the influx of marijuana in large amounts from Mexico where they grew a thousand acres. Of sense Amelia in a in a desert region is astonishingly well done. But it's really about the DA agent. Kiko rain at how they caught him and tortured him mercilessly. Now, this is very intriguing to me. I used to have a a friend. I mean, I would consider him a friend. I haven't seen him in years, and I could mention his name, Michael LeVine. And I know he's still around. Mike Levin writes books on his work in the DA. When I first started radio I used to put on shows like compassionate conservative events maturation. If you're at one member remember them early nineties. I was the original compassionate, conservative Venter and I- predated. The a lot of things in the conservative movement. The compassionate conservative vents would sell out immediately two thousand people it was a phenomenal. Phenomenal thing you had to have been there. I have tapes of them one day. I'll put them all together. This was so great. So one of the have other guests on that. Laura Ingram on strangely enough. I had split on on the stage with me. She works for the president. She was very, you know, like a pollster Kellyanne Conway split a caller nicknamed gonna play on the stage. Nice lady back in the ninety. She probably forgot nice person. Lots of people, but Mike Levin was one of them and Mike had written a book called the great white, something or other. He was an undercover agent. You see he grew up in the Bronx stocky guy Jewish guy who looked Italian but spoke Spanish fluently in several different accents. He go undercover into. I think he said I don't know on Columbia acting like an American talion mafioso to do deals, and I said, how the hell did you get in and out of that with your life? You know that kind of thing. Now, that's a job that is portrayed by KiKi Camerena. But what I'm saying is I heard stories that the DA was so incensed by what they did to KiKi Camarena when they caught him. That's what triggered the greatest drug re rebound the drug war against them. Because of what they did to him. You know? But anyway, I'm getting off the topic here. If you have an expertise in any subject that you would think would make for an interesting guests on the Michael Savage, guests beginning in January that is January seventh. What am I going to do between now eight five five four hundred seven two eight two..

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Recommend watching these shows in Spanish, so the first one is a bell, and you can find under money heist. Like, I said the less Florida's which is the house of flowers. Absolutely love this one because it was just funny, and it was just like hearted. But just you just have to watch. Are you watching them a Spanish or there's their shows like film in Spanish, they're they're films in Spanish, but you can watch them in English. You can also find him and gosh. Yeah. Gotcha. Gotcha. Gotcha. Gotcha. Gotcha. I watched them in Spanish, and in English and Spanish, I Mike on totally enjoy these shows. And then the last one that I had a lot of reservations for, but I had to watch was narcos Mexico. Really? Yeah. I had to watch. I kind of fell off the whole narcos series after the first one. But I wanted to watch it because I just wanted to see how and what they were going to do. Actually, really liked it. I saw people was lukewarm on. And then people had different opinions on it. I I liked it. I think that all of the actors in it did very well Miguel played Kikuko the DA. Diego. Luna played meet Megan, Alex. Young guy yada guy. Bad forget his last name. Pretty much. It tells the story of the rise of the car. Cartel's? So I liked it. But I just didn't like how they didn't really tell the story of like how the US also has a lot to do with how drugs get here from like, they kind of just really focused on the whole KiKi Camarena breaking down the cartel and. But I don't know. I I liked it. I still enjoyed.

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on KOMO

"More fallout from the cosby verdict the statement from temple university in philadelphia is straightforward it says in nineteen ninetyone based on his career achievements temple awarded an honorary degree to william cosby on thursday dr cosby was found guilty by a jury of the felony of aggravated sexual assaults on friday the board of trustees has accepted the recommendation to rescind the honorary degree that statement following carnegie mellon university's revocation of an honorary degree a day earlier citing its unwavering commitment not to tolerate sexual violence or harassment scott goldberg abc news this about russia from new secretary of state mike pompeo in brussels at nato headquarters made abundantly clear that nato should not return to business as usual with russia until moscow shows a clear changing its actions and complies with international law former cia director confirmed by the senate senators today the drug lord known as el chapo is behind bars in new york with possible additional charges coming his way for now the former head of the scene oh a drug cartel is charged with narcotics distribution and money laundering but three former mexican police officers have told the us attorney's office that they saw what keane guzman then a cartel thug with a violent streak participate in a killing spree of americans in the mid nineteen eighties among the victims was drug enforcement administration special agent and riquet kiki camarena who was tortured and murdered in nineteen eightyfive jim ryan abc news dallas is abc news time here in seattle all ears on a.

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's jason nathanson it could be a record setting weekend at the box office he's naming vendors infinity war open last night and some experts think it has a shot of the all time best opening weekend ever it would have to beat the two hundred and forty eight million dollars earned by star wars the force awakens in two thousand fifteen that'll be tough but there's a strong chance it'll beat the best superhero movie of all time the first avengers in two thousand twelve with two hundred seven million no other film is opening wide this weekend so why will the vendors be so huge it's the end of an era says co joe russo who how miss film and next year's part two with brother anthony i mean this is the big finish i mean if you're marlton writing a book for the last ten years is the final chapter and tells abc news if you're going to watch one movie to catch up before infinity war watch captain america's civil war jessica jones director s j clarkson is reportedly in talks to direct the next star trek movie which would make her the first ever female star trek director i'm jason nathanson company tom eleven twenty six all of mexico new and feared joaquin el chapo guzman is a brutal crime kingpin with a pension for bloodshed but us prosecutors have charged him only with drug offenses and money laundering abc's jim ryan says that may change soon investigators reportedly are considering filing the first actual murder charge against el chapo indicates that shaped the history of latin american drug cartels and strained the relationship between the us and mexico da special agent kiki camarena and his pilot were kidnapped tortured and killed in march of nineteen eighty five witnesses in federal protection say joaquin guzman was present at camarena's murder at may have had a hand in it jim ryan abc news it's eleven twenty seven interrupted what you're doing stay.

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"kiki camarena" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"kiki camarena" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The massachusetts registry of motor vehicles says vendor issue is keeping them from processing any permits licenses or id's they say it's affecting all fifty states news joaquin el chapo guzman could be facing new criminal complaints as he sits in jail the new york abc's jim ryan says us prosecutors are considering filing first moore first degree murder charges against the drug lord or now the former head of the scene a lower drug cartel is charged with narcotics distribution and money laundering but three former mexican police officers have told the us attorney's office that they saw joaquin guzman then a cartel thug with a violent streak participate in a killing spree of americans in the mid nineteen eighties among the victims was drug enforcement administration special agent and riquet kiki camarena who was tortured and murdered in nineteen eightyfive jim ryan abc news dallas and ex radical who killed a to to new york city police officers nearly a half century ago set to be released today on parole that's after efforts to keep him in prison failed an appellate judge denying police unions request for a temporary restraining order keep seventy year old herman bell behind bars and two other members of the black liberation army shot two officers back in nineteen seventyone after luring them to a harlem housing development with a bogus nine one one call members of these satanic temple or threatening to sue the state of arkansas over the newly installed monument of the ten commandments correspondent mark mayfield telling us the devil is in the details the statue went up at the state capital on thursday morning replacing a similar monument that was destroyed last year a spokesperson for the satanic temple says their effort to erect a minute of their own was blocked by lawmakers violating their constitutional rights and endorsing one religion over another arkansas aclu officials also hinted at a lawsuit saying in a statement we will see them in court the temples lawsuit will be merged with other expected suits arguing the ten commandments monument violates it's unconstitutional an assault case dr cracks court foul up in an alleged attacker is allowed to flee the country in the system fail thank you for coming on nightside with dan rae headache horrific getting victimize people have avoiding chusetts courts was nightside should be ashamed of.

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