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Jussie Smollett's image takes new hit with revived charges

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Jussie Smollett's image takes new hit with revived charges

"Actor jussie Smollett has another performance in Chicago a piece of my cross your reports he's been indicted there on a half dozen new charges a grand jury in Chicago has returned to six count indictment accusing actor jussie Smollett of lying to police when he reported a racist and homophobic attack last year the indictments were announced by special prosecutor Dan Webb who was appointed by a judge in August after the original charges against small let were dropped after recusing herself from the case cook county state's attorney Kim fox unexpectedly drops disorderly conduct charges against molest angering police officials and then mayor Rahm Emmanuel the city of Chicago has sued small left seeking reimbursement of more than one hundred thirty thousand dollars for overtime pay two officers who investigated his

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Jussie Smollett still facing civil lawsuit from Chicago for nearly $500G spent investigating alleged attack

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Jussie Smollett still facing civil lawsuit from Chicago for nearly $500G spent investigating alleged attack

"Left actor jussie Smollett is facing new charges of lying to Chicago police early last year special prosecutor Dan Webb says a grand jury indicted small lead on six counts of disorderly conduct small it was charged with disorderly conduct last February the cook county state's attorney Kim fox dropped the charges the following month without explanation select told police he was walking home on January twenty ninth twenty nineteen when he was approached by two masked men who made racist and homophobic remarks several weeks later authorities alleged small I had paid to black friends thirty five hundred dollars to help him stage of

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Jussie Smollett indicted on new charges in alleged hate crime hoax

Larry Elder

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Jussie Smollett indicted on new charges in alleged hate crime hoax

"Actor jussie Smollett is facing new charges of lying to Chicago police early last year special prosecutor Dan Webb says a grand jury indicted small lead on six counts of disorderly conduct small it was charged with disorderly conduct last February the cook county state's attorney Kim fox dropped the charges the following month without explanation select told police he was walking home on January twenty ninth twenty nineteen when he was approached by two masked men who made racist and homophobic remarks several

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Jussie Smollett indicted over 'false reports,' Chicago special prosecutor announces

KNX Evening News

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Jussie Smollett indicted over 'false reports,' Chicago special prosecutor announces

"Six months after more than a dozen criminal charges against him were dropped six new charges have been filed against actor jussie Smollett former cast member on the TV drama empire the Chargers are the result of that investigation by a special product a prosecutor at the cook county grand jury once again small lot is accused of staging and participating in a phony hate crime attack in Chicago in twenty eighteen then lying to police telling officers he was targeted by two men because he was black and gay the special prosecutor said small that file for separate false police reports cook county state's attorney Kim fox who's up for reelection next month is questioning the timing of this new indictment which also full of focused on her handling of the initial

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Actor Jussie Smollett faces 6 new charges in Chicago

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Actor Jussie Smollett faces 6 new charges in Chicago

"A grand jury in Chicago has returned to six count indictment accusing actor jussie Smollett of lying to police when he reported a racist and homophobic attack last year the indictments were announced by special prosecutor Dan Webb who was appointed by a judge in August after the original charges against small let were dropped after recusing herself from the case cook county state's attorney Kim fox unexpectedly drops disorderly conduct charges against small left angering police officials and then mayor Rahm Emmanuel the city of Chicago has sued small left seeking reimbursement of more than one hundred thirty thousand dollars for overtime pay two officers who investigated his report hi Mike Ross yeah

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First Legal Steps Coming To Clear Cook County Marijuana Convictions

Ben Shapiro

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

First Legal Steps Coming To Clear Cook County Marijuana Convictions

"To home cook county state's attorney Kim fox's filed motions to vacate more than a thousand low level cannabis convictions this comes ahead of the new law taking effect January first making marijuana legal in Illinois and requiring the expungement of minor marijuana offenses the convictions vacated today were for nonviolent possession of cannabis cases under thirty

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Jussie Smollett Officially Facing $130,000 Lawsuit in Alleged Attack Case

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Jussie Smollett Officially Facing $130,000 Lawsuit in Alleged Attack Case

"A federal judge's law which covers lawsuit against actor jussie Smollett to proceed the city of Chicago is trying to recoup the one hundred thirty thousand dollars that it says the police department spent to investigate Jesse small let's claim that he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack in January police say the former empire actor stage the attack but small let's says not so US district judge Virginia candle has rejected the argument by small let's lawyers that their client could not have known how much time and money the police would spent investigating his allegations in a ruling she says it isn't unreasonable to think the police would make a strong effort to investigate a purported racist and homophobic attack small it was indicted on sixteen felony counts of filing a false police report the prosecutors in cook county state's attorney's office dropped the charges and a special prosecutor is now investigating the handling of the case by Kim fox's

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Chicago, US Attorney And Prosecutor discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

Chicago, US Attorney And Prosecutor discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

"A judge in Chicago has picked a former US attorney as the special prosecutor to look into the dropping of charges against empire actor jussie Smollett it will be up to former US attorney Dan Webb to investigate cook county state's attorney Kim fox and her office's handling of the justice black case and the decision to drop all charges for the allegedly stage for racist homophobic attack web could also potentially charge the actor but he admits I don't know what

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Special prosecutor to examine Jussie Smollett case in Chicago

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Special prosecutor to examine Jussie Smollett case in Chicago

"Disgraced former empire actor jussie, smollet may still be prosecuted for allegedly staging a hate crime against himself today about our county judge ruled special prosecutor will be appointed to look at how the attorney handle, the case farmer appellate court, judge Sheila O'Brien said, she personally brought the case for a special prosecutor because someone had to, and she believed the way state's attorney Kim FOX handled the case created a perception that Justice was not served special prosecutor could just reopen. The case repressed in the answer. That is, yes, especial prosecutor will now step into zoos of the state's attorney judge Michael tomb and cited what he called unprecedented irregularities by the state's attorney who recused herself but not her office before the sixteen felony counts against smollet were quietly dropped judge. Tomb and said, reasonable grounds exist to further prosecute small. Ed, he said, the case warrants a special prosecutor to restore the public's confidence in the integrity of the criminal Justice

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Judge allows probe over dropped charges in Jussie Smollett case

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Judge allows probe over dropped charges in Jussie Smollett case

"Seven a Cook County, judge is appointed a special prosecutor to investigate the case of empire actor jussie smollet judge. Michael Tumen ruled today that the special prosecutor should analyse Cook County decision to dismiss charges against smollet in March. Judge tomb and says the special prosecutor could bring new charges against smollet, if there are reasonable grounds Cook County state attorney Kim FOX recused herself from small, let's case earlier this year before his charges were dropped. Former Illinois appellate court Justice Sheila, O'Brien says this case requires an unbiased

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Prosecutor, Chicago And Cook County discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Prosecutor, Chicago And Cook County discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Out of trouble. A judge is appointed a special prosecutor in the jussie smollet case in Chicago Cook County judge Michael tunes jested that state's attorney Kim FOX mishandled the case by pointing a top aide to handle it after she had recused herself. The special prosecutor will investigate the decision to dismiss charges against the empire actor, who is accused of staging a racist and homophobic, attack on himself. Separately, small faces a lawsuit from the city of Chicago. Which is seeking more than one hundred thirty thousand dollars to cover the cost of the police

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Cook County, Kim FOX And Attorney discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Cook County, Kim FOX And Attorney discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

"And Cook County, judge has ordered. Sealed documents in that jussie smollet case to be made public the ruling released day in court after those records, were sealed in March shortly after charges against that actor from empire were dropped by the state's attorney Kim FOX's

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"kim fox" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"State's attorney Kim FOX appeared at a news conference with Brown and posed for a photo with him. Brown was part of a group voicing support for FOX after she was criticized for the dismissal of disorderly conduct charges against empire actor Jesse smollet. Cook County chief judge Timothy Evans says reforms of the Vale system are lowering the number of people behind bars, but he says they are not putting the public f- risk heap. Judge Tim Evans 2017 quarters set new standards for whether a defendant in a case should be released on bail. Or shouldn't be the idea is that someone should not be behind bars awaiting trial, just because they can't afford bail. Chris. Nick say too, many people who are being let out are committing more crimes. But a report from judge Evans office says otherwise I the report says the courts are not releasing people accused of violent crimes any more than they did before the bail changes took effect and of the more than twenty seven thousand defendants released over a three year period just five and a half percent of them were charged with new crimes that means more than ninety four percent. We're not the chief judge says bail reform is not putting the public at risk in the loop. Craig Delamore NewsRadio on one point nine FM. A Wisconsin man was arrested after police say he came to the police department to claim a methamphetamine filled backpack. He had left at a library. A staffer at Chamonix county library found the backpack and turn it over to police. Prosecutors say along with the meth there were also martial arts weapons. The thirty one year old suspect showed up at the police department later in the day court documents say he told police he had taken the drugs from his ex girlfriend because he was investigating drug dealing Accu weather in sports next WBZ news time eight thirteen during the workday. Listen to twenty four..

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Chicago Prosecutor Kim Foxx Subpoenaed In Jussie Smollett Case

Steve Cochran

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Prosecutor Kim Foxx Subpoenaed In Jussie Smollett Case

"There are reports that cook county's top prosecutors being called to testify about the investigation charges and dismissal of charges in the case of empire, actor jussie smollet sometimes reports Cook County state's attorney Kim. Fox's her deputy have been subpoenaed and order to produce original documents in the criminal case in late January smollet told police two masked men beat him shouted, racial and anti gay slurs. Poured. Leach on him and tied. A rope around his neck police investigated and determine smell at stage the attack to generate publicity for his career. He was charged with sixteen counts of disorderly conduct. But the charges were later dismissed their subpoena and testimony from FOX likely in a case to determine whether a special prosecutor should be appointed to handle the case moving

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Prosecutor, Kim FOX And Chicago discussed on Orlando's Morning News

Orlando's Morning News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Prosecutor, Kim FOX And Chicago discussed on Orlando's Morning News

"City Chicago's top prosecutor Kim FOX's facing a subpoena over her handling of the jussie small at case she'll appear in court after. A retired judge filed petition last week for a special prosecutor to investigate the case. Sixteen count indictment against the empire star

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Top Aides Resign From Kim Foxx's Office After Jussie Smollett Case

WBBM Programming

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Top Aides Resign From Kim Foxx's Office After Jussie Smollett Case

"As word that Cook County state's attorney Kim. Fox's chief ethics officer one of two top deputies to resign from the prosecutor's office. Two of the state's attorneys top deputies have submitted their resignations reportedly a will be leaving next month. They are the officers chief of FX ahead of the conviction integrity unit. Former federal prosecutor April Perry who was brought on as FOX's chief ethics. Officer was involved in the case involving jussie smollet, but the departure, according to a spokesman is unrelated to a controversy that followed the dismissal of charges against small at the FOX's said she consulted with Perry when considering what to do after communicating with a relative of Sma, let's at a time when the actor was being created as a victim of hate crime. Perry Senator Email notifying staffers that FOX was recused from the case of FOX has since said, she did not recuse herself in a formal legal sense of that word. She says since that live involve withdrawing entire office and asking for the appointment of a special

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"Washed up" Smollett and "pedophile" R. Kelly: State's attorney texts revealed

Rich Stevens

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

"Washed up" Smollett and "pedophile" R. Kelly: State's attorney texts revealed

"Karen Curtis. Newly public texts reveal Cook County, Illinois state attorney Kim, FOX called jussie smollet a washed up celeb- who lied to cops. She also pointed out that he was facing fewer charges than our Kelly who's accused of having sex with several underage girls. Pedophile with four victims ten counts, she writes, then referring to small ad just because we can't charge. Something doesn't mean we should the actor was accused of staging a hate crime against himself in Chicago. But the case was ultimately

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"Washed up" Smollett: State's attorney texts revealed

WBBM Morning News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

"Washed up" Smollett: State's attorney texts revealed

"Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX involve itself in the jussie smollet case you in though, she'd publicly said she'd recused herself from it. Let's get a live report on this now from WB beyond Bernie to foia. The state's attorney's offices made public thousands of texts and emails regarding the hoax accusations against. Actor jussie smollet in one of them state's attorney Kim punks and a message to her top deputy questioning the sixteen felony counts against smollet. She wrote. So I'm recused. But when people accuse us of overcharging cases, sixteen counts on a class, four felony becomes exhibit a show, so called smollet a washed up celeb- who lied to cops. The county inspector general is investigating. The state's attorney's offices handling of the smell at

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"kim fox" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Kim FOX counties inspector general will investigate her office's handling of empire. Aker jussie smollet criminal case box pledges her full cooperation with the probe her office has of course, come under heavy criticism for the decision to drop charges against mullet in connection with an alleged attack hoax. Meantime, the city of Chicago filed suit against Millette yesterday for the cost of investigating his controversial case after the actor refused to reimburse the city, the lawsuit suggests Chicago may go after more than the one hundred thirty thousand dollars originally requested from small at at city hall are Bill Cameron says there are new federal bribery charges related to alderman, Ed Burke, who's already charged with tempted extortion in another case, these charges are not against Burke, but against lake forest real estate developer, Charles que-. He's charged with stirring legal business to Burke in exchange for getting a permit and two million. In tax increment financing in two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen for his north west side development at six corners in years past it burqas famously said there are only three ways in autumn leaves the city council the ballot by the jury box or the pine box and with a wiretap on his cellphone Edberg may be exiting the city council one day because if a jury box at city hall Bill Cameron to eight ninety new President Trump is doubling down on a proposal to send illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities around the country as political payback for their refusal to help him fight illegal immigration giving strong consideration to having people after a twenty period. Because again, you're not allowed legally to hold them for more than that. We will move them into sanctuary cities. Chicago is a century city. Mayor Emanuel says he'd welcome they immigrants with open arms and the twenty four year old man was arrested after an incident today in Minnesota involving a five year old boy that may have been. Pushed or thrown off a third floor balcony inside the mall of America. Here's Bloomington police chief Jeff pot child did suffer significant injuries. The child has been transported to the hospital. In surely receiving care. Authorities are trying to figure out a motive for the incident because.

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Jussie Smollett case: Chicago police chiefs want Kim Foxx to quit

The Ray Lucia Show

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Jussie Smollett case: Chicago police chiefs want Kim Foxx to quit

"Ron Forsman officials in Chicago are now asking for changes USA radio networks. Timberg has more details. The fraternal order of police in Chicago is giving Cook County state's attorney Kim. Fox's vote of no confidence amid the Jesse small controversy. Very grateful for the top. Police officials who are here with one United voice to demand the resignation of Cook County state's attorney Kimberly FOX Chicago fraternal order of police president Kevin Graham, saying his request comes after numerous times felony charges have been dropped than the last straw. Was that the charges against empire actor Jesse smell at were dropped as well.

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"kim fox" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The state's attorney Kim FOX must go. After her office drops a hate crime hoax case against empire, actor jussie smollet. But FOX is also getting a show of support today with a rally led by the Reverend Jesse Jackson arguing she's a progressive prosecutor who did the right thing. Fox meantime, says she would welcome an outside investigation. This is Bob fees. KLBJ news time four oh two. Good afternoon. I'm eric. Like this news service of Austin clinic for men Austin, fire officials continue shoring up a plan to battle a catastrophic wildfire. Austin fire department will update the public safety commission on the wildland urban interface as well as council mandated wildfire metrics wildfire division. Benelux? Nate case of beer says the wildland urban interface as where structures and wild lands meat or intermix bonfires tender occur never heard or read science and move into violence. And so it's not the big bad wildlands are gonna hard creates and the plan will focus on what ifs like the fire tears through a greenbelt funnels its way into downtown. Six hundred seventy one homes and businesses are in the zone and six hundred forty seven miles of city of Austin space is at risk Patrick Osborne. Newsradio KLBJ Texas stands to lose hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding. If the upcoming census numbers are too low KLBJ's, Chris FOX reports steps are being taken at the state capital to ensure the sentences accurate. State Representative says her Blanco's every action couch act would create a complete count commission to encourage full participation in next year census. This is a proven model used in other states, and it's been recommended by the US census bureau and beaching of the center for public policy. Priorities says a recent George Washington University report concluded that even a one percent undercount could result and three hundred million dollars a federal funding loss for Texas. California's already spent nearly one hundred fifty million dollars to promote the twenty twenty cents Texas has spent nothing at the capitol. Chris FOX, News Radio KLBJ Austin and Travis county officials are launching their own senses campaign today, the Latino political action group jolts, Christina Ramirez. A third of Texans are either immigrants or the children of immigrants, and they need to be counted, especially because there is so much fear in this community right now, regardless of citizenship in immigrant communities and foreign born communities and communities of color that right now feeder our government, I know that some people in power want to weaponize the. Census against our community. So that we don't get counted. Because they fear our power Ramirez by getting counted. Those communities will be armed with resources and tools to win the power and respect they deserve. A listen, you yomas, NewsRadio KLBJ and people were hurt. Three people hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries in a multi vehicle crash on mopeds stack avenue this morning. Southbound lanes were shut down for over an hour. Ten vehicles.

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"kim fox" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on KTRH

"As the person who intervened with Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX to convince the judge to drop charges against hate hoax. Jussie smollet a close friend of the Obama family runs. The time's up legal defense fund as reported by next shark and by January the fund which focuses on sexual harassment advocacy had raised more than fourteen million dollars. Disgraced hate crime hoax are Jesse small. Let has long standing ties to the Obamas. Cook County state's attorney Kim. Fox's pulling a favor for the Obamas by getting their close friend jussie smollet off with no charges George sources money largely helped put FOX office. So. Why are people questioning Michelle Obama or Barack Obama if they any knowledge about this? I mean, we're not talking about six degrees here we're talking about. Their friendship. Their friendship was small et. This chief of staff to Michelle Obama ice. Seriously doubt she on her own. Was lobbying the prosecutor to go easy on smollet. But our media have absolutely no interest in this. Why? For the reasons I just said. It's the Democratic Party media. That's not to say they won't do a negative story here in there. But as a whole they won't do it. If FOX wants to be DA or go any further she's going to have to kiss the Obamas s our source in Chicago. Tells the p the Chicago Sun-Times just confirmed it FOX's called a Johnson came after an influential supporter of the empire actor reached out to FOX personally teen attention, Chicago attorney, a former chief of staff for former first lady Michelle Obama, twenty emails and text messages provided by FOX Chicago Sun-Times.

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"kim fox" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Welcomes is the Ben Shapiro show. Got a huge hour coming up for you. We'll be joined later on in the Alabama cheat noice. Is the director and founder and chairman of the Quilliam foundation and author of radical my journey out of Islamist extremism. He will be by to talk about radical Islam. Also, we will get to the green new deal with just went down inflaming, if the I know we were all informed that it was deeply important super important. And also, wildly popular. I mean for goodness sake. AFC co-sponsor of that Bill. I mean, she was on the cover of time magazine. She's so important went down fifty seven nothing in the Senate. So I guess we're all dead and twelve years guys. But before we get to any of that news first we are joined now on the line by Rafer Weigel his report from thirty to Chicago. He's been all over the jussie smollet story from beginning Rafer. Thanks so much for joining the bench Parashar again. Great having me on. I actually just recently was promoted to anchor, but I'm happy to also reporter as well. Well, congratulations. Congratulations. Yeah. Congratulations on the allocation. So let's start with this for folks who don't know what exactly happened today because it's been a whirlwind. The Jesse smollet saga ended on a season. Finale that nobody saw coming this shocked everybody the state's attorney's office deciding to completely dropped the charges against me and feel the records, and that's what that's huge because even now provoked of us who power freedom of information act request. See the surveillance video that the Chicago police talked about the evidence against him. We will never be able to see that. Now that has all been sealed completely blindsided the Chicago police department they were shocked afterwards, the mayor and the superintendent Eddie Johnson, the chief of police had a following press conference blasting decision the decision attacking the state's attorney's office in Peter that is completely unprecedented. We've never seen that happen before. In the mayor called this quote whitewash of Justice. So the already strained relationship between the states attorney's office here in Cook County has gotten even worse with the Chicago police department, and this could have huge ramifications for just fighting crime in the future. But nobody saw this coming so Raver explain why that relationship has been strained in the past. Usually prosecutors are working pretty hand in glove with with police departments. Why is there this strange relationship between the states attorney's office and the Chicago PD? Well, the knock on Kim. Fox's that she doesn't like to pursue cases unless she knows she can win now. And we in the media workload. With the police department when they need our help bringing visibility to a certain case because they need lead. And we will help them out in getting the surveillance video out there of a certain suspect. And what have you they'll get the evidence? They'll give Kim FOX. And then we'll call the state's attorney's office of noble proceed, and I've had many phone call where I'm the one calling Chicago police, and they're not going to pursue charges. So behind closed doors in off the record police have voiced their frustration to us in the media of Kim FOX's office and now sharing it on the record because we now know it could be true on the record. We we saw it firsthand from the it was unlike anything I've ever seen spun Bassett press conference with the mayor and the chief hand-in-hand blasting office. So there's already a level of mistrust, and you're talking about a city with thousands of crimes unsolved. And now, this is this is going to show, you know, this is severing that relationship even more. This is going to hurt the morale with the Chicago police department. Thinking like, well, if we do all this work, and we handed over they're not going to prosecute. So yes, it's not a, you know, a violent crime per se. There's certainly the argument that why would you put resources and money into pursuing something that really is not that important in the grand scheme of things, but it was important to the Chicago police department because they worked very hard on this. And they feel they based their credibility was on the line after the quantum McDonald's shooting, which you remember ear in Chicago and officer went to jail for that. And this was now they feel this is under cut their their credibility by doing this. So let's talk for a second about Kimberly FOX, there's been a lot of allegations by a lot of people, including me that she interfered in the investigation, especially early on there a story in the New York Post about Tina Chen who was very close with Michelle Obama for Michelle. Obama aide calling up Kimberly FOX and urging her to kick the case over to the feds as opposed to keeping it in house with the state's attorney's office. Did you have any impact on this decision? She supposedly recused herself. And it was her first aid who did all of this. But I think. A lot of people are suspicious that indicates. Well, the Chicago Tribune actually uncovered the text messages and the emails between Tina Chen and Kim FOX essentially asked her to, you know, make this go away and her response to Chan was I'll do what I can. So the picks on this do not look good now steak stories ops insists this did not come from Kim FOX because she recused herself that it was a deputy state's attorney. I can tell you from everybody that I've talked to outside of smaller legal team. Nobody's fired that this would not have happened without Kim. Fox's blessing at least do did she orchestrated? We'll never know. Now, we do know that she has political ties to Michelle Obama. Did she do this procure political favor, you have to wonder what the risk and reward was because you know, she risked allied by doing this. And and and, you know, creating this divide with the police department who like you said they need to work together hand in hand. Why would she do it? And that's a question. Unfortunately, we're not gonna know. I can tell you. It's no secret that Kim FOX has ask. Operations of higher political office. And and the the thinking is there she must have gotten something in return for doing this. But we can't imagine what that would be just amazing. So we're speaking with Rafer Weigel, he's the anchor for FOX thirty two Chicago. Now, one of the things that Chicago PD has to be fighting mad about is the fact that Smolin immediately came out with his lawyers and suggested that he was not only innocence. But then he wasn't fat still the victim. Despite the fact that Chicago PD had reams of on reams of evidence, including tape of the two guys he allegedly hired buying all the materials including phone logs, including the check that he allegedly signed to these two guys to alleged apparently beat him up. What what are folks inside the Chicago PD? Making of the fact that Kim FOX's office didn't even bother to try and leverage some sort of apology out of Justice moa, not even not apology. Not plea deal. I mean, absolutely nothing. I mean, she thumbed her nose at that department. Essentially, you know, this wasn't you know to call the deal is. It really wasn't a deal. You know, the state's attorney Scott city, Chicago got nothing from Jesse Smolin accepted ten thousand dollars. He put up for his body. And even the mayor laugh at that. It's like ten thousand dollars that barely even covers the, you know, the barely covers the stationary that went into this case, I actually found out about this because now anchor in the mornings, I got home about ten o'clock needed. It's too inside baseball. But you know, I take off my suit on me down. And also my phone starts blowing up with my guy Chikako PD. And he's he's furious screaming he's like, you go and make sure you ask Jesse small if he's gonna pay us back for every time we put into this investigation. It's like, whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Calm. What are you talking about? He's dropped the charges that he was. And so that's how I found out about it. So when I called Jesse smell, let's wrap for the legal team. She's like all I can tell you. There's going to be a very big announcement at one hour, and it's huge, and she sounded very happy. Well, we're yeah. Rafer? The fact is that the ten thousand dollars that was tapped by the by the state's attorney's office. I mean, isn't that proof that the guy believes he's guilty something and wouldn't he be complaining about having to give up to the ten grand? How can they drop all the charges without any real statement is continued guilt and he's going to proclaim his innocence. But apparently, he's just going to let the ten grand bond dope. Hello, this is what all innocent people do is. They just waved the ten grand. I mean, this is uncharted territory in every way and even superintendent Eddie Johnson said that at a press conference. He's like look if I mean to something I know I'm innocent. I want my day in court because you know, they're still gonna always be people who believe that Jesse smell at is guilty. There will still be people believe he's innocent. But now, we're never going to know because you know, the police said told me that they have all the evidence that was revealed in the bond proper a few weeks ago when it's regionally went to court, basically, that's the tip of the iceberg. They say they have much more including smollet on video with the two brothers right before the attack stuck that. We will never see now. So. Yeah. I mean, it's you know, they they really he gave nothing up for that. So that you just have to go. Well, what did Kim FOX game for doing this knowing that after the report from the Chicago Tribune that she's already been accused by folks in the right of being a political crony of the Obamas. Why would she do this? Why would she risk this? And unfortunately, I don't think we'll ever know the story gets even weirder. Apparently, the state's attorney's office said that you know, he'd already done community service. Now, we're finding out that what that meant is that he had gone over to Jesse Jackson's organization and hung out with Jesse Jackson for something like ten or fifteen hours, and this was apparently sufficient to fulfil whatever community service they were looking for. So this isn't a political payoff in any way. Apparently. Yeah. And then you know, that was interesting. It was one of the things I tweeted is that you know, the thinking it's not the state's attorney's office was even if he was found guilty. He was just going to do community service anyway. And their argument was well, he's already done community service in when we asked that what do you mean what community services he's gone? They said something in fact, I wrote it down. But you know, he's been a solid outstanding member of the community since he was sixteen years old. So, you know, he didn't do community service for this crime. So what do community service for it? It's it's just it is really I don't care what side of the political while you're on. This is gonna leave you scratching your head in the second own asking one more question about the status of the federal investigation. I gotta take a quick time out and points out that people think cybercrime is something that happens to other people, you might think no one wants your data or that. Hackers. Can't grab your passwords or credit card. Details you would be the wrong stealing data from unsuspecting people? In public wifi is one of the simplest cheapest ways for hackers to make money when you leave your internet connection unencrypted, you may as well be writing your passwords and internet credit card numbers on a huge billboard for the rest of the.

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"kim fox" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Understandable and predictable about people involved in the decision in Chicago. The Cook County state's attorney's office. Kim FOX is the state attorney here who has dropped charges against the actor jussie smollet want to read to you from the official biography on FOX. Under a section in which she is described to have undertaken substantial reform. Fox's accomplishments include overhauling the state attorney's offices conviction integrity unit resulting an overturned convictions. And over twenty cases, including the first ever mass exoneration in Cook County for fifteen men whose conviction stemmed from misconduct by a Chicago police officer. Now, what can we glean from this that she may have a problem with the cops? And of course, if you are leftist, you probably do have problems with the cops. She also in addition to not liking the cops. She doesn't like ice. Everley FOX urged Chicagoans who want to show their support for immigrants to escort witnesses to court and do what they can to put their bodies in front of immigration and customs enforcement agents trying to seize illegal immigrants. The Cook County state attorney was advocating for Chicago citizens to shield and protect illegal immigrants for being apprehended. By immigration and customs enforcement agents. And then there is this from the Chicago sun times. Former Michelle Obama, Ed and smollet relative reached out to Kim FOX. Well, would we be surprised to learn? The Obamas might be involved in this. I wouldn't. Police union wants federal investigation into Kim. Fox's handling of a case after she exchanged texts with small let's relatives. Just days after jussie smollet told Chicago police he had fought off a pair of tankers who targeted him in an apparent hate crime. Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX tried to persuade police superintendent Eddie Johnson attorney investigation, overly FBI. You. Remember that? She wanted the FBI the handle this the same FBI that ran this scam investigation of Donald Trump. Kimberly, FOX are Kim. Fox's quality Eddie Johnson came after an influential supporter of the empire actor reached out to FOX personally. This person is Tina Chen THE EM, Chicago attorney and former chief of staff for former first lady Michelle my bell, Obama. This is according to emails and text messages provided by FOX to the Chicago Sun-Times in response to a public records request, so translating this. Kim FOX asked Eddie Johnson tried to persuade Eddie Johnson attorney investigation over to the F B I after he had detailed the evidence and his own disgust at this crime. And how it wasting the resources of the city of Chicago. He didn't talk about the damage that had been done to Trump or Trump supporters, but he did refer to all of the. Insulting damage and costs to the city of Chicago. So Kim FOX tries to get the police are presented turn the case over the FBI. After she gets a call. From Tina Chen. Chicago attorney former chief of staff for former first lady Michelle my bell, Obama, you think they still got contacts and the FBI at the Obama apparatus here. So this babe. Former chief of staff for Michelle my bell, Obama calls. Kim FOX trying to get the case moved over to the FBI. And now the police union wants a federal investigation into how she's handled this because she also exchanged text messages with relatives of jussie smollet. And Finally, I mentioned this in the in the opening our, you know, part of this crime is mail fraud. He mailed. Threatening letters to himself. He mailed threatening letters to the studio where empire is produced in Chicago. And when that didn't get. The desired reaction is what's Millette wanted. He wanted the producers and the executives at FOX an empire to see this threatening letter to him threatening damage threaten to harm and maybe kill him. He wanted that to be publicized, and they didn't publicize it. And by the way, for the record most of these kinds of things never do get publicized. Because you don't want to give the people doing this any notoriety or fame, but smell was upset. So he wrote another letter this one to himself. In an attempt to gain this is mail fraud, and that is a federal crime. And Fox News is reporting today, the FBI is still looking into jussie smollet allegedly sending himself a death threat letter through the mail a spokesperson for the FBI. I said, no comment. But the off the record response was that there is still a serious examination of this. We still have people that want to weigh in on this. I'm gonna go to the phones now because I don't want to move from here to the updates on the Muller investigation and go to the phones and a few minutes and and people talking about similar, so let's stick with the subject at hand. We have John here on the phone from the south side of Chicago. I'm glad you call them. Glad you got through. How are you, sir? Fine, sir. Rush. Welcome. This is Chicago where ballot harvesting was created. Anyway. I'm surprised this one got past you. The superintendent. Now, the Chicago police department he is appointed by the mayor. He's the mayor's handpicked person. This whole thing doesn't pass the smell test. He's not walked it. And he he's given his talking points by the mayor's office on what to say and every high profile case, wait a minute. Now. What lovely. So when Eddie Johnson the superintendent went out and detailed the crime and expressed his disgust correct at smollet that was actually Rahm Emanuel dictating to him, correct? And I I thought he was just trying because he's going to be out of office in a couple of months. He I thought he was just trying to network himself out there to be the next police chief somewhere else, but I spoke with the northwestern law professor, and he goes, you know, why he did that? I said, yeah, he's trying to find a new job. You said no he's trying to damage the case. They don't want to see him go and the more. He talked about the more. He goes on. Good Morning, America. George Stephanopoulos is network there. The more he goes on NBC and talks about the more it damages the case where a change of venue or a change of a jury. If it went that way, what is going to be needed. You follow? You follow follow that? So, but but take me back to the beginning of this sort of motivation who you're saying that Rahm Emanuel tells Eddie Johnson to go on TV start talking about this Cape corrupt the case pollute the jury pool. Buchanan damage the case, we don't want this case. So Eddie Johnson was just following orders. He wasn't telling us what he thinks. He was he was saying what what Immanuel one of them to say at which I guess we're to conclude from your that Rahm Emanuel wanted the case to have to be dropped her go away. Well, obviously, we don't have the empirical evidence. But I'll I'll let you use her magic nation on this one who has access to Ron Obama and Hillary whoever whoever smell that's connected to this was this was this was a way for them to get rid of it. It was heading in that direction. Now, Kim FOX who the scumbag state's attorney from the gecko just got rid of it just now, and the reason being is because there are many many many bogus case reports out there in the city, Chicago. Enough manpower the follow up. So you don't think that Eddie Johnson is really livid about this all just been following orders on a long, and this is how he gets his next job. Exactly. Exactly. That's that's where I was going with this. But then the northwestern LOP if that's true and Eddie Johnson is good. This guy in his press conferences, he made everybody believed that he was personally offended by this that he was seriously disgusted by it. Yep. Now, you're the one that taught us this rush. It doesn't pass the smell test. Self appointed Rahm Emanuel. Police superintendent he's gonna come up like this. No, no way, especially with the amount of activists that he put in hiring. They why wouldn't when Kim FOX drops the charges then. Okay. Why wouldn't she dump on the police server to look, and I can't take this case forward a cops have been out there? Polluting my case and destroying it. They've they've crude up in a jury pool. They've they've convinced everybody the defenders guilty. It's a miscarriage. Why wouldn't she say that instead of just letting everybody speculate like we're doing here? Well, she's still she's still makes he's not gonna go after Eddie Johnson. Because the the circle the wagons among the powerful, but she will go after investigators or the police took the original case report, and that type of thing, but she won't go after go after the superintendent, she'll go after those who did the research on it. She'll go after them. If that makes sense to you. So you're telling us that the nature of the evidence here is irrelevant and it's going to be a race. Then it's not ever going to see the light of day again. And that's why smollet doesn't apologize. That's why he can continue to go out there and insist he didn't do it. Because he's going to be backed up all the way to the mayor's office in maybe to the office of Michelle my bell Obama. Now, we are speculating on that. But what the feds do get involved? I would love for them. Love for them to put a warrant out on Kim. Fox's phone and get a hold of that. And then the truth, then the truth will be there look at we're really going far afield here. Well, that's just but remember there are thousands upon thousands of bogus case reports here in Chicago. And and if this is small at offense, nothing's happened to those style minute. Now, are you are you saying that you think the case report here may be bogus? Yes. Absolutely. Wait, you're saying that you think smell may not have done this. Absolutely. He didn't do it. He did. I mean, he did create a phony story, and he notified the police and in doing so he made a bogus case report. All the case reports real based on what he said he did lie about it. He did make this a okay, you're not you're not saying that it's that stacked against him. No. And absolutely. And what's going what should happen to something? To a first time offender who makes a bogus case report something that happens to other people who made a bogus case report here in Chicago, nothing. So, and that's that's all that's all you basically have. But rush, I got I got an invite. You gotta come down to Chicago and St. and some people out around here. I mean, it's getting crazy. But you started to call saying, you can't believe how I miss this. How can I straighten anything if I'm such an idiot that I didn't see this? No, no one's calling. You an idiot. You're about a sharpest sitcom, I all right? Let me review this because you're saying it you say bogus case report. I hear something different than the way you're using it. I hear bogus case report. I'm saying I'm hearing that somebody lied on the case report. Correct. Okay. Well, but you're saying smell at did the deed he faked the attack he paid the two guys to go by the mugging supplies everything. So why is why is why is the case report bogus because the event never happened? The incident never happened. It's something that he drummed up and just concocting his head. But then it's not the case report. That's bogus. It's millette. That's bogus. Correct. But the amount of the amount of case reports are out there that are frivolous that that never really occurred in the city are in the thousands and nothing happens to those people who did those case reports, so why should anything happen to small light? And that's what Kim FOX. I believe is basing her judgment on. I'm speculating here. Do you follow my train of thought on that? Yeah. I think mostly mostly I do. I think but don't kid yourself with the superintendent. He is wired deep deep can come to the democratic way of doing things. Okay. Then answer me this. Okay. Admittedly..

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WRVA

13:44 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on WRVA

"Understandable and predictable about people involved in the decision in Chicago. The Cook County state's attorney's office. Kim FOX is the state attorney here who has dropped charges against the actor jussie smollet want to read to you from the official biography on FOX. Under a section in which she is described to have undertaken substantial reform. Fox's accomplishments include overhauling the state attorney's offices conviction integrity unit resulting an overturned convictions. In over twenty cases, including the first ever mass exoneration in Cook County for fifteen men whose conviction stemmed from misconduct by Asia cargo police officer. Now, what can we glean from this that she may have a problem with the cops? And of course, if you are a leftist, you probably do have problems with the cops. She also in addition to not liking the cops. She doesn't like ice. Fox urged Chicagoans who want to show their support for emigrants. Joe escort witnesses to court and do what they can to put their bodies in front of immigration and customs enforcement agents trying to seize illegal immigrants. Cook County state attorney was advocating for Chicago citizens to shield and protect illegal immigrants for being apprehended. By immigration and customs enforcement agents. And then there is this from the Chicago sun times. Former Michelle Obama and smollet relative reached out to Kim FOX. Well, would we be surprised to learn? The Obamas might be involved in this. I wouldn't. Police union wants federal investigation into Kim. Fox's handling of a case after she exchanged texts with small let's relatives. Just days after jussie smollet told Chicago police he had fought off a pair of attackers who targeted him in an apparent hate crime. Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX tried to persuade police superintendent Eddie Johnson attorney investigation over the FBI. You remember that? She wanted the FBI the handle this the same FBI that ran this scam investigation of Donald Trump. Kimberly, FOX are Kim. Fox's quality Eddie Johnson came after an influential supporter of the empire actor reached out to FOX personally. This person is Tina Chen T H E N, Chicago attorney and former chief of staff for former first lady Michelle my bell, Obama. This is a Cording to emails and text messages provided by FOX to the Chicago sun times in response to a public records request, so translating this. Kim FOX asked Eddie Johnson tried to persuade Eddie Johnson attorney investigation over to the F B I after he had detailed the evidence and his own disgust at this crime. And how it wasted the resources of the city of Chicago. He didn't talk about the damage that had been done to Trump or Trump supporters, but he did refer to all of the. Insulting damage and costs to the city of Chicago. So Kim FOX tries to get the police are present a turn the case over the FBI. After she gets a call. From Tina Chen. Chicago attorney former chief of staff for former first lady Michelle my bell, Obama. You think they still got contacts in the FBI at the Obama apparatus here. So this babe former chief of staff for Michelle my bell, Obama calls. Kim FOX trying to get the case moved over to the FBI. And now the police union wants a federal investigation into how she's handled this. Of course, she also exchanged text messages with relatives of Jesse smell wet. And Finally, I mentioned this in the in the opening our, you know, part of this crime is mail fraud. He mailed. Threatening letters to himself. He mailed threatening letters to the studio were impair is produced in Chicago. And when that didn't get. The desired reaction is what's Millette wanted. He wanted the producers and the executives at FOX ended empire to see this threatening letter to him threatening damage threatened the harm and maybe kill him. He wanted that to be publicized, and they didn't publicize it. And by the way, for the record most of these kinds of things never do get publicized. Because you don't want to give the people doing this any notoriety or fame, but wet was upset. So he wrote another letter this one to himself. In an attempt to gain. Well, this is mail fraud. And that is a federal crime. And Fox News is reporting today. The FBI is still looking into jussie smollet allegedly sending himself a death threat letter through the mail a spokesperson for the FBI. Said no comment. But the off the record response was that there is still a serious examination of this. We still have people that want to weigh in on this. I'm gonna go to the phones now because I don't want to move from here to the updates on the Muller investigation and go to the phones and a few minutes and people talking about smell at. So let's stick with the subject at hand. We have John here on the phone from the south side of Chicago. I'm glad you called them. Glad you got through. How are you, sir? Fine, sir. Rush. Welcome. This is Chicago where Ballard harvesting was created. Anyway. Rush. I'm surprised this one got past you. The superintendent. Now, the Chicago police department he is appointed by the mayor. He is the mayor's handpicked person. This whole thing doesn't pass the smell test. He's not an it. And he's he's given his talking points by the mayor's office on what to say, and every high profile case, wait a minute. Now. What locally? So when Eddie Johnson the superintendent went out and detailed the crime and expressed his disgust correct at smell at that was actually Rahm Emanuel dictating to him, correct? And I thought he was just trying because he's going to be out of office in a couple of months. He I thought he was just trying to network himself out there to beat the next police chief somewhere else, but I spoke with a northwestern law professor, and he goes, you know, why he did that? I said, yeah, he's trying to find a new job. You said no he's trying to damage the case. They don't want to see them go and the more he talks about the more. He goes on. Good Morning, America. George Stephanopoulos is network there. The more he goes on NBC and talked about the more it damages. The case where a change of venue or a change of a jury. If it went that way, what is going to be needed. You follow? You follow follow that? So, but but take me back to the beginning of this sort of motivation who you're saying that Rahm Emanuel tells Eddie Johnson to go on TV start talking about this Cape corrupt. The the case pollute the jury pool. Germany, you can't damage the case. Correct. We don't want this case. So Eddie Johnson was just following orders. He wasn't telling us what he thinks. He was he was saying what what Immanuel wanted him to say, which I guess we're to conclude from your that Rahm Emanuel wanted the case to have to be dropped her go away. Well, obviously, we don't have any empirical evidence. But I'll I'll let you use her magic nation on this one who has access to Ron Obama and Hillary whoever whoever molest connected to this was gonna this was this was a way for them to get rid of it. It was heading in that direction. Now, Kim FOX who's a scumbag state's attorney from the gecko just got rid of it just now and reason being is because there are many many many bogus case reports out there in the city, Chicago. Not enough manpower the follow up. So you don't think that Eddie Johnson's really livid about this all just been following orders on a long, and this is how he gets his next job. Exactly. Exactly. That's what that's where I was going with this. But then northwestern LOP. Well, if that's true and Eddie Johnson is good. This guy at his press conferences, he made everybody believes that he was personally offended by this that he was seriously disgusted by it. Yep. Now, you're the one that taught us rush. It doesn't pass the smell test. Self appointed Rahm Emanuel police superintendent he's gonna come up like this. No, no way. Especially with the amount of activists that he put in hiring. Why wouldn't when Kim FOX drops the charges then? Okay. Why wouldn't she dumped on the police server, look, and I can't take this case forward a cops have been out there. Polluting my case and destroying it. They've they've screwed up in the jury pool. They've they've convinced everybody the defenders guilty. It's a miscarriage. Why wouldn't she say that instead of just letting everybody speculate like we're doing here? Well, she's still she's still may she's not gonna go after Eddie Johnson. Because the the the circle the wagons among the powerful, but she will go after investigators or the police took the original case report, and that type of thing, but she won't go after Simcoe after the superintendent, she'll go after those who did the research on it. She'll go after them. If that makes sense to you. So you're telling us that the nature of the evidence here is irrelevant, and it's going to be a race that it's not ever going to see the light of day again. And that's why smell it doesn't apologize. That's why he can continue to go out there and insist he didn't do it because he's going to be backed up all the way to the mayor's office, and maybe to the office of Michelle my bell Obama. Now, we are speculating on that. But what the feds do get involved? All I would love for them. Love for them to put a warrant out on Kim. Fox's phone and get a hold of that. And then the truth, then the truth will be there look at we're really going far afield here. Well, that's just it. But remember there are thousands upon thousands of bogus case reports here in Chicago. And and if this is small experts defense, nothing's happened to those style minute. Now, are you are you saying that you think the case report here may be bogus? Yes. Absolutely. Wait, you're saying that you may not have done this. Absolutely. He didn't do it. He did he did create a phony story, and he notified the police and in doing so he made a bogus case report. All the case reports real based on what he said he did lie about it. He did make this all up. Okay. You're not you're not saying that it's that stacked against him. No. And absolutely. And what can what should happen to to a first time offender who makes a bogus case report something that happens to other people who made a bogus case report here in Chicago nothing. So, and that's that's all that's all you basically have by rush. I got I got an invite. You gotta come down to Chicago and St. and some people out around here. I mean, it's getting crazy. But you started to call saying, you can't believe how I miss this. How can I straighten anything out if I'm such an idiot that I didn't see this? No, no one's calling. You an idiot. You're about a sharp is stay come. All right. Let me review this. Because you're saying it a bogus case report. I hear something different than the way you're using it. I hear bogus case report. I'm saying I'm hearing that somebody lied on the case report. Correct. Okay. Well, but you're saying smell did the deed faked the attack he paid the two guys to go by the mugging supplies everything. So why why is why is the case report bogus because the event never happened? The incident never happened. He drummed up just concocting his head. But then it's not the case report. That's bogus. It's millette. That's bogus. Correct. But the amount of the amount of case reports that are out there that are frivolous that that that never really occurred in the city are in the thousands and nothing happens to those people who did those case reports, so why should anything happen to small light? And that's what Kim FOX. I believe is basing her judgment on. I'm speculating here. Do you follow my train of thought on that? Yeah. I think mostly mostly I do. I think but don't kid yourself with the superintendent. He is wired deep deep can come to the democratic way of doing things. Okay. Then answer me this. Okay. Admittedly..

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Program, we are learning more as is understandable and predictable about people involved in the decision in Chicago. The Cook County state's attorney's office. Kim FOX is the state attorney here who has dropped charges against the actor jussie smollet want to read to you from the official biography on FOX. Under a section in which she is described to have undertaken substantial reform. Fox's accomplishments include overhauling the state attorney's offices conviction integrity unit resulting an overturned convictions. And over twenty cases, including the first ever mass exoneration in Cook County for fifteen men whose conviction stemmed from misconduct by a Chicago police officer. Now, what can we glean from this? Well, that she may have a problem with the cops. And of course, if you are a leftist, you probably do have problems with the cops. She also in addition to not liking the cops. She doesn't like ice. Kimberly, FOX, urged Chicagoans who want to show their support for immigrants to escort witnesses to court and do what they can to put their bodies in front of immigration and customs enforcement agents trying to seize illegal immigrants. Cook County state attorney was advocating for Chicago citizens to shield and protect illegal immigrants for being apprehended. By immigration and customs enforcement agents. And then there is this from the Chicago sun times. Former Michelle Obama, Ed and smollet relative reached out to Kim FOX. Well, would we be surprised to learn? The Obamas might be involved in this. I wouldn't. Police union wants federal investigation into Kim. Fox's handling of a case after she exchanged texts with small let's relatives. Just days after jussie smollet toll Chicago police he had fought off a pair of attackers who targeted him in an apparent hate crime. Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX tried to persuade police superintendent Eddie Johnson attorney investigation over the FBI. You remember that? She wanted the FBI handle this the same FBI that ran this scam investigation of Donald Trump. Kimberly, FOX are Kim. Fox's quality Eddie Johnson came after an influential supporter of the empire actor reached out to FOX personally. This person is Tina Chen PCH. Chicago attorney and former chief of staff for former first lady, Michelle my bell, Obama. This is according to emails and text messages provided by FOX to these chicago-sun-times in response to a public records request, so translating this. Kim FOX ask Eddie Johnson. Tried to persuade Eddie Johnson attorney investigation over to the F B I after he had detailed the evidence and his own disgust at this crime. And how it wasted the resources of the city of Chicago. He didn't talk about the damage that had been done to Trump or Trump supporters, but he did referred all of the. Insulting damage and costs to the city of Chicago. So Kim FOX tries to get the police are presented turn the case over the FBI after she gets a call. From Tina Chen. Chicago attorney former chief of staff for former first lady Michelle my bell, Obama. You think they still got contacts in the FBI at the Obama apparatus here. So this former chief of staff for Michelle my bell, Obama calls. Kim FOX trying to get the case moved over to the FBI. And now the police union wants a federal investigation into how she's handled this because she also exchanged text messages with relatives of jussie smollet. And Finally, I mentioned this in the in the opening our, you know, part of this crime is mail fraud. He mailed. Threatening letters to himself. He mailed threatening letters to the studio were impair is produced in Chicago. And when that didn't get. The desired reaction is what let wanted. He wanted the producers and the executives at FOX in an empire to see this threatening letter to him threatening damage threatened to harm it may be kill him. He wanted that to be publicized, and they didn't publicize it. And by the way, for the record most of these kinds of things never do get publicized. Because you don't want to give the people doing this any notoriety or fame, but smell wet was upset. So he wrote another letter this one to himself..

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KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"By rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. I'm Gary non bond has been set at one million dollars for singer R Kelly charged in Chicago with sexually abusing four people three of the miners. Details of the evidence unusually explicit. Prosecutor Kim FOX at times Robert Kelly would spit on her slap her in the face and choper CBS news, correspondent Eureka Dunkin was in the bond hearing is laid out a very descriptive and at times hard to hear details about what allegedly happened in these cases that they outlined. There were details that I heard in that courtroom bet I obviously didn't necessarily plan reporting in detail the graphic nature of the type of sex how someone was allegedly forced to perform sex on him Kelly's lawyer, Steven Greenberg. He did not force. Anyone to have said he doesn't have to. In terms of bond require the payment of one hundred thousand dollars greenberg's as his client will post that amount and be released this weekend. Special counsel. Robert Muller's team says former Trump campaign chief, Paul Manafort repeatedly and brazenly broke the law arguing he does not deserve leniency when he's sentenced next month. CBS legal analyst cure Dougal technical legal analysis year is that Mr. Manafort is. Post. I don't know how else to say this. His sentence is going to be extraordinarily harsh for a man who's in his late sixties approaching seventy Manafort pleaded guilty last September to conspiracy against the US, money laundering and obstructing Justice for efforts to tamper with witnesses.

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KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Small business. I'm Jim Taylor. At the Vatican's unprecedented summits on sex abuse. A surprising admission vice that could have documented the terrible deeds and named those responsible destroyed German Cardinal Reinhard. Marx saying the crisis of sexual abuser. Children is in no small measure due to the abuse of power in Vatican administration. CBS's set the tone is there combating that culture of silence has been one of the topics of these meetings. But we found their significant distance between rhetoric and the summit and reality on the street. India right now five nuns have rallied behind their sister who alleged she was raped by her Bishop thirteen times see tried to contact church. Authorities and the Vatican's embassador, but got no response or Kelly behind bars, ten felony counts. Multiple underage victims of sexual assaults. Turning a videotape over to prosecutors attorney Michael Evans represents at least one of the victims in the indictment. Tape leaves? No question as to whether R Kelly is guilty of multiple sexual illegal acts against a fourteen year old girl about that tape. Kelley's attorney Steve Greenberg with charges of his own. I haven't seen Arvanitis date by wonder why Kim FOX is an investigating him for disseminating child porn and watching child porn juncture is done. Many times says all the women are lying or Kelly has a court appearance this afternoon in Chicago, soliciting sex from a prostitute, Florida. Police say New England Patriots owner, Robert Kraft. Caught on video in a strip mall massage parlor from CBS news correspondent Janet million craft is facing.

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10 10 WINS

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Attorney Kim FOX called for victims to come forward two months ago after a documentary aired accusing R Kelly of sexual abuse that according to court documents date back to nineteen ninety eight Kelly known for such hits as I believe I can fly has continued to deny any wrongdoing. If convicted a judge could sentenced Kelly back to back which could. Very well land the singer in jail for seventy years. I'm Jim Roope. Kelly's lawyer. Steve Greenberg says she's he's shellshocked, but ready to defend themselves strong. He's got a lot of support. And he's gonna be vindicated on all these charges. One by one. If it has to be Kelly's next appearance in court and be later this morning for a bond hearing wins news time to three. Meanwhile, New England Patriots owner, Robert Kraft. Well, you might have been fresh off who celebrating that Super Bowl win. But not for long now, he's facing charges in Florida. Here's correspondent Aaron Katersky. With more on that spokesman said we categorically deny that Mr. craft engaged in any illegal activity, but police in Jupiter Florida said they caught the patriots owner on video twice inside the orca day spa. He's among twenty five people named in a case that is part of a wider crackdown on sex trafficking across a swath of the state craft is facing two misdemeanor counts of soliciting another for prostitution. Right now, it is thirty six and fair in New York humidity fifty six percent, repeating the current temperature thirty six getting down to thirty three in midtown. Well, now, it's been two weeks since HUD regional administrator Lynn patents started living in Nitra housing. And yesterday, she was at a Harlem church and got near full frustration field. Grace Methodist church.

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"kim fox" Discussed on Pod Save the People

Pod Save the People

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on Pod Save the People

"But it is a good thing that she is attempting to make sure that less folks are are being arrested for marijuana possession. But in the larger conversation around mass incarceration, we should also remember that in order to solve mass incarceration. You can't just focus on non violent drug offenders. You have to focus on the larger picture of violence, and how it manifest itself? Yep. And even with that being said he'd had the police still arrest more people for marijuana possession than all violent crime combined. They. Oftentimes will talk about mass incarceration, we're talking about like the prison population. And it's true that there are particular at the state level a larger proportion of people who are incarcerated for so-called violent offenses than for marijuana possession. But in terms of arrests like what the police are actually arresting people for whether or not they ended up in prison for it. Like marijuana still makes up a huge proportion of what people are arrested for. And so, you know, it's good to see that not only in Baltimore. But in a number of jurisdictions now we've seen in Saint Louis county under Wesley bell. We've seen state attorney Kim FOX in Chicago Cook County, you know, many different. Prosecutors now are moving in the direction of decriminalizing marijuana refusing to charge people not only for possession, but you know, under Maryland Mosey, she's actually proposing to go further than that and not charge people for distribution or intend to distribute based on the quantity alone. So somebody would have to have like plastic bags or like scales in order to be charged with intent to distribute which again, I think even that. There could be progress made on but it's good to see prosecutor stepping up hopeful that the police will eventually stop arresting people from our wanna if it's not being charged. I'd love to dig into some of the data around interest deductions, cities and counties where prosecutors are not prosecuting people for marijuana. Are. We seeing fewer arrests for that..

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"kim fox" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Story. It's the first serious exchange in weeks after a splitter. D- Senate voted down competing democratic and Republican plans for ending the thirty five day partial government shutdown. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell called minority leader Chuck Schumer to his office to explore potential next steps for solving the stalemate senators from both sides floated a plan to reopen agencies for three weeks and finally pay hundreds of thousands of federal workers while bargainers hunt for a deal a CBS. We'll have more on the story that'll be coming up at the bottom of the hour at four thirty one in a major boost for the project, the Chicago plan commission as approved tax increment financing as part of the massive northside development known as Lincoln yards WB beyond political editor Craig Delamore reports of community activists and a couple of alderman like Michelle Smith complain that the public did not get to see the latest plan. For the six billion dollar fifty five acre Lincoln, yards development until last week and a plan commission votes should be delayed. The last time a government body in this room was asked to make a similarly momentous inexpensive decision in. So little time was the parking meter alderman. Brian Hopkins whose ward includes Lincoln yards bristled at Smith's remark. It's become a very cheap gimmick around here to invoke that card for everything. You're opposed to the plan must go before the city council zoning committee chaired by alderman, Danny? So who's now caught up in the Ed Burke federal case, no committee meetings are scheduled right now at city hall, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Governor Pritzker is asking the Illinois supreme court for more time to consider legal options on his predecessors claim that negotiations with the state's largest public employee union are at a stalemate governor is lawyers asked the court yesterday for ninety. Day deadline extension to seek an appeal of a lower court ruling that went against former governor rounder. An appeal is unlikely spokeswoman for Pritzker says the governor's priority is to return to the bargaining table. Pritzker around her that is broke off contract talks with asked me two years ago. He said talks were at what he called an inextricable impasse, and he could impose whatever terms he wanted the sought the high court's permission to appeal but left office earlier this month. Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX's says she supports legalizing marijuana in Illinois and that her office will help to expunge misdemeanor marijuana convictions. Fox telling we city club that expunging the records would help people of lost out on jobs or housing because of the misdemeanor convictions. WBZ news time four twenty three. Welcome back to sports view. Today's topic who deserves to win big this season my two cents. Good drivers. I mean, that's why they're snapshot from progressive. Let's go to Rick for some confusing. Metaphors? Look if you put a classically trained cellist, then a garage band, and you tell them to play for Lehman young. I guarantee you the meat on nap burrito ain't gonna like the candle. Thanks for clarifying, Rick. If you're a driver, there's no other way to say you deserve discounts with snapshot. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Snapshot not available in California North Carolina overall agents from a young age, we are trained as men to be strong, confident Manley, whatever that means as we get older biology seems to make it harder and harder for us to measure up to that bar. I'm Dr Bob Marshall, I've been practicing medicine for over.

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"kim fox" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"kim fox" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"How you doing? You. Haven't finished the whole thirty days. You're right. That's correct. Wait a minute. Let me ask the living. Moderate did not finish it. Because you don't remember the rest of it. No, no, no. Also today's with thirty one right? He gave half of it. Yeah. All the rest of thirty one except for February. Okay. Is that correct? What does the rest of it, Dale? It's thirty days has September April November after February's done all the rest has thirty one. No, I he's right. Dell. Sean is I'm going to send Sean over to you to have lunch. So when you were a Detroit you must visit Dale. You'll have most of lunch. That's fair. I didn't say it's going to be fifty fifty. And not only that you'll pick up the Bill. That's good. Did you over hear that end? Okay. It sounds slightly familiar. But that that makes it work. I appreciate that. All right. Let's go to Chicago and leave the famous leave Chicago. Hi. Heavy friday. Thank you. I was calling and I know listen to your show almost every day 'cause I cop and I drive around. So I have a lot of time in the car that you're a rarely wrong. You're slightly wrong. Just because somebody's arrested. They don't necessarily get prosecuted. So because you could be arrested or not prosecuted. Okay. Good. No. I'm I'm glad to be corrected. So so help me out here, by the way. Thank you for your work. And you know, I mean it so you are let me just save it for everybody's understanding the police in society are in the the thin blue line between civilization and barbarity. And there was no leftist who could say that which gives you an idea of how different world we inhabit. Okay, back to this. So tell me when this when this new prosecutor just installed in offices. We won't prosecute crimes. What does that mean? Crime goes up, and the criminals know, we in Chicago, we have a state attorney named Kim. Fox does not prosecute it. A felony theft is over three hundred dollars. She arbitrarily raise that without dollars. Okay. So. Officer. You gotta help me. So if if somebody steals five hundred dollars worth from a store, and they're caught what happens in Chicago. They get arrested and they get charged with a misdemeanor, which is really a felony. You mean in reality? Not legally a misdemeanor is not a felony by definition. Yes. Yes. They right. Okay. Well, we'll wait, wait. So so walk me through this. What happens in in the what is the punishment for misdemeanor? Essentially, nothing most cases it might be probation for a year. Very rarely do they even have to pay back. Restitution, it's a slap on the wrist. You've probably more five. When was this installed as policy in Chicago. Kim FOX was elected to our state's attorney for Cook County, which was. Two years ago. And has it had any impact on the amount of theft under a thousand dollars? Drastically downtown in the MAG mile, which is one of the great shopping areas in the United States if not the world. They know they can go into every store. So think of any high in store that has jewelry person's clothing and stuff is rampant. Do the people of Chicago. No this. Well, obviously live for community knows the retail business industry downtown knows. But it gets publicized very little. And I would say that outside of that the actual retail business circle downtown has formed a community to where they actually know the themes. No about them. I won't get into everything that they do because I'm just not one of these people that likes to share secrets of how we catch bad guys. But they're they're probably better equipped that even law enforcement is identifying who these people are and identifying them in helping out in a rest. To what the US scribe this changed policy. Exactly the left when you talk about every day, and what other TV personalities and radio host and columnist discuss it. It's they feel that laws are inherently racist. When there is no race based law that I'm aware of in the United States anymore after is one. I would stand on anybody shoulders and scream of how long it is. Right. I believe that incidentally, isn't the claim have they did they make the claim that that arresting. So let me understand this goes back to your first comment. Are you arrested for misdemeanor? Yes. Yes. Even even what we call quasi complaint could are even more than a misdemeanor such as drinking on a public way. Or all right. So all right. So I'm caught with three hundred dollars worth of stolen items. The police are called they do they take me to the station. Yes. If it's over three hundred then they'll notify the detectives detectable.

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"kim fox" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kim fox" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Of people to be a i think of kim fox in chicago i think of now to da's in dallas kim auge in houston um it can thompson the late first new dna in brooklyn now uh followed on by another new dna a and this isn't an accident it i mean i think people are realising how much power the das net was something that people just didn't give a lot thought to in the past that the prosecutor hesitant a simone of power as to how the criminal justice system works in individual cases and in sweeping terms and they are seeing this and they are turning out people that they don't like so crashed her does i agree with you have to be careful and he really does need to take it slow and he needs to make a strong effort to get people on board with him to convince them that he's not trying to turn the da's office into the you know the people's republic of philadelphia d a or something like that without you know his background was as a defence and civil rights attorney so they're not gonna come in liking him who's got a win them over he's got to put life effort into that but make no mistake he won the election based on that that's what people want it is what they expect and i you know i don't see him backing away from that what he has to do is to take it in a direction where it can succeed uh another piece of interesting stuff that i saw in the in the media this week was an article by lara basilan i in slate oh yell yes called the innocence deniers uh which was a kind of harrowing look at some prosecutors across the country that have seemed to latch onto particular cases and refused to uh admit the innocence of uh the people who are by you know every possible measure been proven innocent of you either through dna or other people love confessing for their crimes or an.

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"kim fox" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"kim fox" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The threes rain out there chris culkeen how the roads look absolutely right and just heard from a caller of the wbz phone force 6172544400 they're seeing those downpours kick in again up nor through three southbound's where he's colleague from and had been doing very well now at a standstill getting dow path through 129 it pushes back to 495 they becoming out the low connector is well you're going to be affected by that what you get by one twenty nine it's going to move fairly well getting down passard ninety of past one 28 that his on 93 we're dealing with heavy delays as well just after you pass pablum street all the way down toward dascom rhoda and things open up forty one 28 looks okay getting past route ninety three four now uh let's go to the west end of the bastard bikes doing well for 495 all the way into the city route two no issue so far south of town 95 not bad getting to 120 of a 24 you've got a lot of company coming up of over twenty seven it all the way up to the split 128's outbounce locked in ride around the logan express wad getting to the expressway ruehe 3s jammed at 228 of pocket there and then as you're coming up from union street right out of the expressway in pockets of slow booby trap it coming out of east melted square up to columbia road inside the williams tunnel eastbound just before your exit over to the airport as one lane blocked up with some flooding out there they get a coat on the road is wellknown slow the road doubt next update is it by force three wbz's traffic on sir my crazy day pat commute thomas rhett in might kim fox and i'll get stronger faster pushing myself further everything i don't care i'm not like everyone else she bag success rate it fearless as knowing yoga isn't your style that's the power of the blue cross and blue shield federal employee program learn more about our health benefits fdp blue or slash get more is you news time 534 time.

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"kim fox" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"kim fox" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"Yes exactly on this week's gave us the worst mass shooting in modern american history and the political nonchalance of the response to it then the worst natural disaster and modern american history and the political nonchalance of the response to that as well and then the supreme court is back so we'll noodle over the fascinating gerrymandering case it would look at this week plus we'll have cocktail chatter and two announcements that in case you had forgotten we have to live show's coming up on october 25th wednesday in chicago the rest can theater we will do any live at gap vested were have as a guest kim fox who is the leading prosecutor in chicago is going to join us reform prosecutor to that's october 25th in chicago they're still some tickets left for that and then we have our conundrum show or annual conundrum show live in boston at the wilbur theater on december six that's going to be capped and punctuated and uh highlighted by our guest they might be giants will be opening for us and plain throughout the show so it's going to be a wonderful super fun evening you can get tickets to both of those shows chicago on october 25th boston on december six at sleek dot com slash life we really hope to see their steven paddock murdered almost sixty people at a festival of music in las vegas before killing himself it was of course the worst mass shooting mass murder in modern american history using an arsenal of legal weapons some outfitted with legal bump stocks the phrase none of us ever heard until this week bump stocks at effectively tournament automatic weapons paddock fired from his 30second story hotel room at the mandalay bay indiscrimately murdering and wounding festivalgoers at the time that were taping on thursday morning there appears to be no clear reason that he had for committing mass murder other than i suppose a desire to.

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