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"la county jail" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
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"la county jail" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts
"Does this murder eventually gets pin on you. The guy who was only able to watch or listen helplessly as your friend got stabbed that and then in order to save your own life you. Dan would probably any of us would have done. You played along with slim hongo until you could get away. I would not want to abandon your shoes. At that point. You just lost your brand. Otas had to contend with the question of to snitch or not to snitch on sophie's choice on these two murderers drug dealers. Our partners what happens starting talking are on. You know that was what do i say. Come on beijing. I know it was actually knowing the house. And they won't shea back casino. I had any information contract u. n. jamie's card car rolled around two thousand. You know issued a phone booth and then call the police. You and i hope everything cheney's no they came and me up to the station and i mean just take and it will. I mean they'd have me call our back home. So you made a statement to a sergeant sergeant preston and you're going to be a witness and steve. Maybe you can tell us about the next part of the story. Which is how. Kevin was picked up for cocaine possession sometime later and while and the state's witness holding area of la county jail. He eventually meets three guys. Who are responsible for him being in this horrible predicament. Today what happened was kevin got arrested for possession of cocaine charge and because he was the main witness against slim and hongo on murder case. They put him in with prosecution witnesses. And it's commonly called the snitch tank. Which is a separate jail from the men's central jail and while kevin was in there. He told his cellmate. Willie battle and the guy that was in the next cell over Jesse williams. He told them what actually happened. Is they asked. And that's very common in jail. What he in for the exchange information but this time. It only came from kevin. He told him what happened and twisted around and ran with it and then they called the police department and ask them if they had a a murder case where the body was found by a canal. They call it. A canal is really a drainage ditch and they put him in contact with the active. Marvin branscum who was not sergeant preston. Who gave the statement to and they convinced brands come at what they had to say was was true which he said that kevin confessed to these jumped in murders murder. And hey we got a guy on a bragging about guy said with radian is selling time off doing so. I end up. Being the hatch will witness now being satchel killer so kevin became a defendant instead of a prosecution witness in a move him out of the snitch tank to another part of the jail. So kevin's transferred over to the central jail and then he met a very notorious niche named leslie white and i get a call from leslie white. I never heard of leslie white. Leslie white says i understand. You're defending kevin dykes and that. He has been ratted out by two sandwiches. And i said that's exactly right. He says well. I can help you. You come down here. And i'm gonna tell you all about the smith system and how it works okay. So i go down to the jail. I talked to leslie white. He tells me about how inmates get a hold of paperwork and change facts and get a hold of the detective or da handling a particular murder case and because they know these unique facts they can convince the detective or District attorney handling the case that this confession was valid confession. So i said well that sounds good. Okay i'll put you on the witness list. Mr white so about a week or two later i get the witness list from the district. Attorney and leslie. White is on there as a people's witness and not only that i get up report that says that kevin dykes confessed to leslie white. And i'm flabbergasted. Because i just talked to leslie white and he was going to be a witness for kevin so i go down to the jail and i call out leslie white. And he's willing to come and talk to me. And i said what are you a witness for the prosecution. Now he says yup. I said well. You know that kevin's innocent. Why you do what. How can you do that. And he says well man's got to do what he's gotta do. That's what he said. I gotta be honest. My head is spinning. And i didn't even live through this. I mean this is kevin. I mean i'm so sorry that you're living. This is a this is your life we're talking about. I believe that what they're gonna was even possible. I didn't seek at this whole like what the actual eyewitnesses they don't run about rally about what ads and so i didn't really believe what they what they had. Never even heard of that. I mean this is. This is like nothing. I don't think we've ever heard a story like this before. so stephen. What happens next when we got to court. All they had was his statement to sergeant preston and therese niches. And i couldn't believe that they would even want to proceed with this evidence but they did and just before the verdict was issued. I told kevin. I said now kevin when you get out of here. You've got to change your ways. Be a law-abiding citizen and a used to society. And he said okay. Mr house your. I'm going to do that. king guilty. Both sh- lord. You were sentenced to twenty four years to life here. It is now two thousand twenty or still in. Could you just take us back there. Put us in that courtroom with you. You can please the furry..
"la county jail" Discussed on No Jumper
"Disease to be driving why they can do it yet. Wow is he ready to custody out. I got really people around right. The weird thing about our connection is that before. I even knew who you were. There was a girl that i was friends with. And i used to be buying drugs off number one and just taking with her a little bit. I never was messing around like that and nothing but she would be telling me about this crazy as boyfriend that she had like she. She said the name a few times. But then i started seeing the name popping up on youtube or like friends even friends telling me about like. Oh you fuck with this do break baby and then i realized you're the crazy as boyfriend. That is driving my drug dealers. Saying and i'm a small world there. He is so a crazy story so and she was friends with little w. Got together. When i got out the goatee right right around this whole time. I'll tell you what i'm saying. I got out. And i got to some shit like shootout. So where where. I was living. I'm like man you know. I'm fresh out so i'm but i'm like. Look i'm fucking around debbie. That's my girl like girl. We kind of like going around. But he i'm like look i find it other front of mom's house we i a i gotta go lay lows. You like come over here. Bring all your globally. Stay over here. So i started off over there. And then her roommate saying keep peeking out the door. So i know my animals start this shit going out so funny. Because debbie's have like harlow dues. Come nice thing. I'm gonna go sleep in their own. Go sleep so. I was leaving the other over there like you know sleep. It turned into wake it up like this. You know for show but are you. Are you the kind of guy where if you start dating. A girl is a pretty good chance that you're gonna turn her apartment into a bandeau for sure. I don't know if he was good. Take that out. I going to have his mind at that. Because i'm ready. I'm any female that i fuck with. Fog was many elite nigga just or people have dropping in bum but i flipped with so many elite people that naturally was in trapped together. And all that shit that any grow fuck with. I'm turning your status up by even having you around..
"la county jail" Discussed on No Jumper
"Way then like we've been racking ever since dark like like you know what i'm saying my as well cone. Yeah that's crazy though just so that that was that time period. Yeah because like gucci was making a lot of really doe music twenty thirteen twenty fourteen putting on a lot of artists. That's around the time that he likes to cosign migos and all this shit and at the same time. That's when he started to just really start doing too much and he ended up locked up till many drugs. I mean look and drive you that way dressed drive you that way. A lot of all that yeah. Do you ever talked about that man business. Do you have any regret when you think about that era because that's a lot of talent that kind of multiple people have this shit screw. I wish i knew what i knew. Now i fuck all that verbal shit. Yeah you get what i'm saying. Not not not with the brother. But i really. I was in atlanta. So i'm in bed. I'm hearing rich. Homie climb before he came out. I'm here at twenty one before he came out. I'm here right now. i'm always line. Lie shoddy like lou. I'm on audit young. He's like you said. I've been that person like bringing them all year like i have future i to la on the future. I i nobody. I was listening to dirty sprite. One when i came on not coming to the like i say i drink lease so me and future. That's my boy to. I was with him like him at school. The whole dr east bright one street's called and all that so i'm heavy in the culture i was bringing. I bought them all year to do a song nip and near i ain't gonna say he didn't wanna do us all the nips. He takes longer to do music. So if it's a song you wanna send it over eating not do that. You go to the studio and record. You'll say you go get the vibe with him. You can record joe part dear. But he's kind of like me right. The perfectionist right so he's not going to be done with the song bat session. All this like makes so much sense too. Because i remember being like confused about like house brick baby from la when he don't really sound like you know rapidly you know. There's a lot of people wrapped from la that kind of gets stuck in like a mold. Certain sounds like mustard. Weiji wave you went to atlanta in. Like got all these crazy ass influences from a lot of the rappers who ended up being the biggest rappers that time and then sort like embedded that your music as what like. That was just us we were into live. We had a studio in the closet. I came from all alleged. That's from the closet Long way first couple projects that have a break laid off twenty four twenty four. That's that's that's our transplant. We caught that the lobby s. We're all at reading around the lobby. Come from the lobby. Race accused living there. Egos living near guava was living there. That was like the whole way like was there every day everybody was there. That's that's where we and we are. We going back and forth. Or i go there. You say we in a row we hi. It's six board it might g. waco asa quote we you here. And that's how. I learned how to wrap wop already. Taught me i. he liked. Look bro you gotta rap light. I can talk to the crown. I ain't you in the move act like you you doing the show So as why naked jumping around energy differ ios in like you know just like little tips like that. The all that makes sense. Yeah damn it's like so much talent in one place at one time may who we got like over two billion streams covered out that spot for sure for sure straight allies. We probably went crazy. It sounds like a fucking boys camp where everybody's just making baby you really out the city out forgotten when they shut down the projects over there. We went to open the city. They said dow jones south. Everybody moved to the city. Baby was right there. We had a spot right there. Light on the same block is negative baby and manager mama housing all that she so. I turned ugly city in the little cabin. Then you get what i'm saying. That's the first way i didn't know baby was ready day. Yeah i thought might really. But that's why they was calling them a little bit because he was driving fourteen fifteen like our where he was he was it. Though that must trip you see them that long ago and he just say like eight like was like the little nigga over here like love when over there. That's like p little brother though who has why that's like a big nose pilo. Br who did he say though the was paying him to stay out the streets and to stay in the studio he was saying that about. I think they were saying that. At one point was the first one asked millions out our group so he kind of like was the calm switch for everybody. Like nick is money. Right you're trying to do is who actually got in your ear though in like really made you believe that you had to be actual rapper. Yourself and to start working on putting that full project together and everything rip in nate from make midstate. Kigen like man no it. I got something going do it. And then my manager he liked. I 'cause brodanski we brought in for say so but is he found out about me through like a long way project or something is way. Impairs little debbie. My manager was way impairs. You know the debbie does my best race Still it's still my best interests. He's the go visit me like like twice. Land stay down. That's like a real bitch zero business travelling together. We debbie good man.
"la county jail" Discussed on No Jumper
"I've been going to the bay buying houses. I was like fifteen. I was catching the train of the amtrak. Tell you how to hustle and you had a lot of ambition. That a lot of brig baby. I was gonna ask how you got to. I make state was son of a break lady. My mama was my mom. Had a diet for two tons. And i think our name became i like ninety five or some shit like that with my whole family is my dad into the feds. My benefits you have said everybody did. Did they say. We don't come from no gang. Banging family i come from like husna fam- so my generation they degeneration right before gang banging their my generation. That's what's going on like they. They didn't ever keep me out the trenches but we always have money so i was always popular kid with the fly shit but i'm in all the bush at my grandma's like five days out the week euros. Does she live at a tragedy. Is eight of us over here. You've said she did adopted all my little cousin. You know the all my shit was fucking up at the time you know crack heavy in so i tell people. It's tough to manage being a drug salesman as well as drug addicts of the same. That you can't sell the drugs that you do write biggie. Smalls tummy that they'll get. I have ios apply. I'm going to assume that you probably have broken that rule. Well only would we like. We'd lean. But i've never like if i'm selling lean like i have a lot of our win selling drugs i'm rapping now but when i was i gotta have a lot of you so selling we. I have enough like i have. Bide my smokestack then by maria. What i'm saying it's the only way you're gonna make some money and in like with the appeals like and all that shit i wasn't popping parks shit or listen to later on and then but i really was. I was parked thirties when they out of this were usa. Like i've been doing on address. I just like you know. I know how to manage still but they do fuck up your pockets new. Fuck your is. But like. If i'm selling li i won't have no pounds of weed around or you know what i'm saying like this what i'm doing all right. I buy smoke. Second is from selling pills. Tennessee's is mind right east thousand. Go this way. Yeah because i mean you tell it and and do it but you know you gotta be moderate. Yeah i don't know that just experimental. I like to so so you witness. Well i guess thugs started to blow up way before peewee right or who started to like gain steam career was for that was always our goto. So it was the we was going. We was voting for thirds as like here goatee. We got the. I was in jail. I look p. We met goatee. See weaver fuck ep. Before it was. Qc we fall. He was even thinking about managing nobody. So you have saying him. Peewee day we always hanging banking there and I went to jail two thousand twelve. And i did like sixteen months when i came home. It was npa seventeen online year. Like i come on goatee read every day. I'm like shit but We voted with us so third took off. Firestone we would voting for thug and do the rappers. You know what i'm saying. We was playing. Then go up like p we take this series p we start. Stop it down then when we came home. That's when i've lost it so i didn't ever put on my project we'd go up so you had a whole project with them. No i was gonna have a team. You know how you introduce. Everybody was putting. Everybody came only put off our dog. All of us was insane. Little camp right chief. Keith was down here. that's how i i kinda meant. Durkan him. I didn't meet him straight through. Keefer them but i met him through bands..
"la county jail" Discussed on No Jumper
"That's why you feeling doug when he say that translates were outfielder savings like i wanna be in bucket and i came from some shit like you saying bank it so i'm down there in bank you. We go into the clubs. I'm living in the projects with peewee and We're doing our thing and everybody starts seeing. I start flying like my little homes down there. They start seeing the movement and they just start gaining gaining gaining. So that's how. Npa really got our snap. We'd like the big homeys of atlanta one hour from la but like me and p we really started that whole blue movement. Everybody was blood. Like that's why everybody wants to be like little lane. Like i went down near around. Hurricane katrina talk but it wasn't any kind of conflict because you've got thug out here the blood and then you you guys are crips out there. That's a little bro. That's why every time you see dougie on slauson nor he doing some shit like y'all say really. He told a bird like man he didn't ever want to switch no way when i told him like. Man i'm going to introduce you to powerful bloods bro you up say yoga with this movement. Just doing what you're doing. You don't wanna buy say you happen. And all that he wasn't ever thinking about it though. I say like that. Y'all says so. I start showing him the game with with we was going on on the west coast right you know. I took him a friend of nip in like oh nine and told them to work witty and it was like iffy. Doug was slime. He's real he was real like you have said he was here. Ravi shit do it. You know this it. So and i mean when the was coming out like his style was so different so unique and i could understand it. Probably a lot of people would have heard and thought it was doing. He's gonna be like little lane. I'm like incense when he going crazy. You gotta listen to them and nobody like we were like the fires believers the thug kind of motivate. You to start wrapping. Act the happy really nino getting high when molly came out with molly came out as when i became a rapper is again high via the study listened to them. Like fucking. and that's where where my style come from. You know. I really like eating from la with he. Sound like from down there right. I start wrapping up here. He goes in. I knew like. I always played around when we was younger and like was playing. You know what. I'm saying like freestyle and get off at this started like vaclav. This was says so. I was doing shit like that. But i just i rapping when molly came out. They gave him to go new see. That's one thing i was thinking about. You and i was going back to other shows. I was like broke people. Don't talk about doing this. Many drugs as briggs was talking. I i. I like on the source row. You gotta say my little homie gave me boogie down. Free are s. hubby. Gave me that name. When i came on like bro you to source you know you really come to you for everything like you know what i'm saying like you really where you where they get this franck right. I've insipid lisa's sakes. I'll say six. I was buying pints for light. One twenty activists have said the old people just like. What is that man. Let me get that twenty. Good all the house. Sedna prices outselling the twenty dollar lines indoors. Shit like that. You've heard me way back there even in atlanta. They're going to tell you. I was telling him like man. That's high tech that's read. That actor is getting aids like manners. Act right that's elaine. Though did you feel like it was normal to be doing that. Many drugs at that time in la or who even influence you to think that you are really taking it to an extreme especially. I seen you in an interview telling stories scare on it. Yeah but i little favorite rapper. I want to be like waiting since i was a kid. Like my mom..
"la county jail" Discussed on No Jumper
"You know it's the game right here. They putting me down with hustling all. Right i mean. I talked to people all the time. I had Scrappy in here yesterday and he was talking about when he was coming up and being math and how he's like nobody ever did it like that before or after might never happen again. It won't happen again. I mean it was surprised that that that should last that long. So many people that that you trust like people you could trust and all that shit fumble through the second pitcher i talk about talk about. Is the bmx shit going out there. Oh no so. I was surprised that it lasted so long. 'cause i never seen that many pe- from where we kill each other and all that so it's like i've never seen that many people making money in one place not wanting to rob each other not wanting to kill each other said like that. He said that took like a special group of people. Say you can't say that didn't nobody snakes because that's how everything came apart but it was it was it was a strong movement and it was positive write ups and he was paying kids at like like tuition to school at shit like that he was doing some cool shit right definitely. I mean when you should get that big you kinda gotta start going in that just topple is. He couldn't even get nobody. This niche hilltop blood. As you price that you know you always hear about the cartels and should actually help out in the community so that the community has a hard time. Saying like oh. They're all bad when they're doing good things as well should go for sure but you start to get into some some crazy shit out in atlanta. Because i feel like you're the type of person who is probably gonna have a hard time keeping your nose clean well i. I caught a case on campus like seventeen. I just turned eighteen. Matter of fact and i got caught with like thirty five thousand. Oh in the mail girl told him. I go say her she famous. She's actor really yeah okay. She told him told him you. For no reason. I mean i got to her house. Oh dorm rose not as you go. Oh yeah so. I really started like the crib sheets. Like out there. Like i was the first. I say i started. But i'm saying i was the first one out there banging sixties me and long way. That's my brother-in-law right p. Long way that's how you know. We started npa together. Yeah so we. I came down here when i got kicked out of school. I'm like damn go move back home. So i'm back and forth from out there. We had just got out the pin and like oh seven to and this is like before people knew rapper right. Yeah we wasn't wrapping at all. The only parts of wrapping that we had over over there was it was doug and do we was managing the duke and wicky at the time and we was paying like done deal to make the beats this. This is like a late and this is thug. Super super raw. Like nobody really knows about him. That's like pee wee little cousin a- really is so we it's like a family like that was like a family and then everything. Just start turning up like i went to jail. We start going like so no. La like all the other people in atlanta no like nobody from la comes to atlanta and goes zone three or go. I went straight to the i got. I got kicked out of school. I'm like shit only place. I've comfortable with shit like this..
"la county jail" Discussed on No Jumper
"Us take no jumper to the next level. Enjoy this episode. Bring baby shicho in the building. I know how you man. Should i put on these files feeling great if you wanna to campus good either. I'm feeling great. You know just sitting here fresh out this fugger bed you know trying to turn back up hell you as good to have you in here man fuck and i i mean i guess other say i became a fan of your music probably twenty thirteen twenty fourteen and you were going crazy and i felt like you career kinda got stopped short at some point like you just kinda like legal problems got in the way and shit and you weren't really able to turn up the way that you were my life first round draft pick for a while there. I was like this is about the blow man. That's that's like that one foot in one foot out life like ours house here still in the streets. But i was reading. But i didn't really like now that the stream is going on. It's like oh it's holding the bag out there. But i was trapping rapid. Still trying to be known but i'm still doing all the streets so i was really. I was on the run for like two years. So that project. I was supposed to Nasty diller to get a big bag for that project. Chris brown gucci man right. I tie darko near everybody on there. And i wasn't able to go travel and do all the stuff that i needed to do. So real legal problems man. So i feel now where so. Okay give us a little bit of rundown exactly where you're from where you grew up in and around. La and shit. Well email is break baby that they know a shitty city not the other rare with the real shitty you have saved from raleigh sixties amount to sixty right out there in la south central. So the other shitty that you're referring to when i first heard about all that which we can get to at some point that was kind of my reaction is like damn all right. There's a bunch of people and their shitty from out that area. Yeah man yeah. That's that's actually one of my little hobbies. But i really don't wanna talk too much about it. But we get we touch on the i don't know interviews about initiate for sure. Okay but so early on you coming up. Where were you born and raised around. My ear are so like. I'm right from like south central so i grew up like in like on slots in crenshaw but i also grew up on adams in like crenshaw like crenshaw on adams kershaw jefferson so i'm gonna product above but his both to cripple is sixty but i went out to atlanta when i was seventeen analysis. Like we're big meeting now. Really i just got out of juvenile hall. My mamma wanted me to get up out of there. But i was playing basketball so i went to clark atlanta university and is out there flooded with meet and all living eggs in you get with them right away when you went out there and put basketball well. My cousin. My cousin and my sister used they boyfriends was from vmf at the time. Oh soon as i got out there like learning stabbed streets ooh dot actually go right so but okay you get out there how you get introduced to be an did they they to do to stay out of trouble as well. Yeah neighbor trying to give me just out of trouble. Because i you know. We don't do all that hustling shit. We ain't no china. Maybe i wasn't going out here. Renting gani know we fly instead like that but we gave banking. So i'm going out there with that mentality rob. Somebody had said fresh out of juvenile all. But i'm going to college trying to play the role as a edison man..
Los Angeles City Council declares racism a public health crisis
"The only city council approved a resolution declaring racism as a public health crisis the motion calls on city departments to review their internal policies and procedures with ten action items to strive for racial justice KCRW's Larry Pareil has more the motion was authored by the council's three black members herb Wesson current pricing marquis Harris Dawson it says the black residents only make up eight percent of the overall county population but nearly thirty percent of LA county jail population and forty two percent of the homeless population a third of black households across LA county also face severe rent burdens the motion identifies ten core actions the city of LA should take to address the crisis among them work to further enhance diversity to ensure anti racism principles across city government and continue to advocate locally for relevant policies that improve health in communities of color and support initiatives that advance efforts to dismantle systemic racism for KCRW I'm Larry
"la county jail" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"To say. There were a lot of white faces behind him with masks, not a lot of black faces. Carl, Douglas with us here on ESPN radio Carl. What do you make of that sound and thank you for joining us first of all Dan? Thank you for having me on your show man. This is a fabulous platform and I. Appreciate all that you do got are doing. That is the essence of what I am fighting out. And the police commissioner in New York has been more forward thinking that others on the news. But there is a culture here that we have to continue to struggle against. There ever to be any true reckoning and Change The pendulum is going to swing back toward the police some time soon. Another COMP IS GONNA get shot. A white woman somewhere has gone a good brutalized and the American narrative, then going to shift back. To the law and order. I'm not sure if this is the beginning of the end. Or the end of the beginning. What I also WANNA. Talk about though Dan yesterday. I I mentioned to your listeners about Martin Guercino. G. You G I N O. He's that seventy five year old white man that we all saw be pushed down by stormtroopers. I WanNa make sure your listeners keeping Martin Gino's name firmly on their lips because he is not in fair condition. I don't care what the public statements from the House of says. Dan I'm not a doctor, but I've been a personal injury lawyer for thirty five forty years and I know enough about medicine to say that Martin Gould Gino have sustained a traumatic brain injury. And at seventy five years old. Less, than one week after the injury. There is no way of knowing the full extent of his mental injury and suffering. Dan! Bleeding may now be under control. But Martin Gavino faces a lifetime of uncertainty because his brain has suffered a serious injury. Is Not. In Fair condition. What needs to happen in terms of Police Reform Carl and what can happen. What will happen? What are you optimistic about here? Let me tell you all think. I get this off. The top of my tongue I have been working and thinking so that. I can best prepare your listeners for for my insight. Because there is a time that we can all think about what we can do to make police better. You hear the narrative right now. That is that is that it's a popular de-fund the police. I'm a messenger Dan and I don't think that's a strong a messaging tagline that we should use. particularly in an election year there's an old political concept that says if you're explaining in politics. Then, you're losing. And whenever someone talks about defunding the police. There had to explain what they really mean and the next sentence. But reimagining the role of police officers is not such a radical idea. Let. Experts do the job that experts are trained to do. I want you to. Make sense right. I suggest you. Dan that COP should not be sent to nine. One one calls when there is a mental health crisis. Cops are trained killers, not social workers. Mental health experts should be sent on those call instead. And the money used to finance. Those calls should be redirected to mental health experts so that they have the resources to do their jobs well. Dan when you realize that only five percent of all arrests are for violent crimes. That could mean a lot of money for mental health experts. Let's say thirty percent of all nine one one calls are help calls due to a mental crisis. I say then we should redirect thirty percent of the resources, a police staff to mental health experts. Send in the experts to the house to help the family if they're not if they're distressed, don't send him the train killers. It makes perfect sense to quote your president. Last week. Dan I mentioned the tragic case of fifty-six-year-old Orel newness senior. And you and I S. He's a husband and father of seven. He had never been in trouble before in his life. His daughter caught nine one one for mental. Health crisis intervention. Mr Nunez was unarmed. She never thought the cops were going to suffocate him to death. He was a little bitty guy. No taller than STU got. It's funny because you know. COPS will be the first to say that they are not a social worker. And I say believe them. Away, guys, you know. I was watching your show initially for about six months before I realized that's do God's wasn't like sixty three or something like that. People think I'm five nine and that he's much bigger because his voice is impressive. Call stay there for a second because we're up against, it will come back to you in a second nearly as oppressive Carl's voice, my God they got. Facing long? Six seven, he really does. Dan. It is time for straight. Talk brought to you by straight talk wireless for the second consecutive day. We'll do with Carl Douglas as he continues with us here on the Shell. Pennzoil performance live so Carl. Had you finish that thought on police reform because to God says a question for you, but I didn't think that you were finished. No I hadn't thanks first of all. Thanks again for allowing me again a second session. I'm talking about or newness senior Dan because your show has power man. Your callers inundated the Chula Vista. Police Department forcing but chief Rebecca Kennedy to make a statement after I went on your air last week to ask about or Nunez Junior. He died on March thirteenth, but it was only on Friday that the police department made a statement talking about the tragedy of his death, but saying that Mr Nunez death was proper. To kinda understand Dan. To sixty percent of the inmates at the La County jail have a diagnosed mental illness. Experts should do what experts do. You tell you man that they're. They're not social workers I believe them. My mom always told me. Stu Gods that if somebody tells you think good enough for you. Don't argue with them. Believe them. Take them their word. So I stay believe the train killers when they tell you. They're not social workers and move the money that you spend on them to mental crisis calls. To mid-off experts to properly trained people in such crises so that they're no more oral Nunez seniors. To got what you WANNA ask me. While I was wondering car. When you hear the San that, we played to start last segment the New York City police officer. Railing against you know talking about all the good cops out there I'm wondering. Do you empathize at all with the good cops out there? I tell your listeners don't feel sorry for the COP. That is the life they choose man..
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"Minutes could save fifteen percent or more Dan. It is time for straight talk. It is brought to you by straight talk wireless for the second consecutive day. We'll do it with Carl. Douglas as he continues with us here on the Shell, Pennzoil. Performance live so Carl. Had you finish that thought on police reform, because God's has a question for you, but I didn't think you were finished. No, I hadn't thanks them first of all. Thanks again for allowing me again a second session. I'm talking about or newness senior. Dan, because your show has power man. You're collars inundated the Chula Vista. Police Department forcing the chief Rebecca Kennedy to make a statement after I went on your air last week to ask about or Nunez Junior. He died on March thirteenth, but it was only on Friday that the police department made a statement talking about the tragedy of his death, but saying that Mr Nunez's death was proper. To kinda understand Dan. That's sixty percent of the inmates at the La County jail have a diagnosed mental illness. Experts should do what experts do. Couple tell you man that they're. They're not social workers I say believe them. My. Mom always told me Stu gods that somebody tells you think good enough for you. Don't argue with them. Believe them. Take them at their word. So I stay believe the train killers when they tell you. They're not social workers and move the money that you spend on them to mental vices calls. To mid off experts to properly train people in such crises, so that there no more oral newness seniors. To got what you WANNA, ask me. While I was wondering car when you hear the San that we played to start last segment in New York City police officer. Railing against you, no one's talking about all the good cops out there I'm wondering. Do you epithets at all with with the good cops out there? I tell your listeners don't feel sorry for the COP. That is the life they choose man. Listen! I've been soon cops for forty years. Cops like to things. Like guns and they like other cop. Cops work at certain stations because of the action. Day called Danger Action Man. Don't get me wrong. I would never want to be a police officer. It is dangerous out there. But some people jump out of airplanes for a living. Some people like NASCAR drive cars at two hundred miles an hour for a living. Cops are cops because of the action. Not Inspite of it, but there's some other reforms and I don't have much time so I'm going to list them. Band Kill Cold Let's talk about that later. Recruit more women to become. Can if there had been more women there at that scene, you dare say George Floyd would be alive today. Stop sending rookie cops to the toughest jail to learn. Did, you know that cops in Los Angeles Sheriff's Department once they leave the academy. They are sent to the county jail. Jails data, sixty and eighty percent, black and brown inmates. To have to be tough. To be firm, they'll spend three four five as much as seven years in the county jails, and the irony is. Worth Deputy Larr. Two longer you spend in jail. And then you finally emerge from that rap whole, and you're sent to Compton, and you're stopping someone who's been feeding and you're going to deal with them with the same mindset that you've been in jail for those five six or seven years. You GotTa Stop You have to pressure my black and white allies politicians from taking money from police unions. That's what you can do to make a difference today. Make politicians commit local against taking money from police unions. Because when you take money, you know where your allegiances are i. hear it on your show all the time. Follow the money. Follow the money. Carl what do you make of the whole? Defend the police movement, and is there an argument to be made to actually institute real reform by increasing funding funding to make sure things like body cams never conveniently malfunction to have on the job training to have independent counsels actually hold people more accountable. Mike you have to I. Get to the mind of people. Can't militarize away crime. You can't add more cops and and crime. Only five percent man of a violent of rest are violent, and that is a tremendously important statistic, because it goes contrary to the national narrative. We don't need tanks going up and down our streets of America. We need to get officers out of their cars and talking to the people they patrol. It's unfortunate that in California. You cannot require a police officer to live in the area. He patrols so in Los Angeles, you have confidence that live in Seamy Valley, which can be an ninety minutes away on a free way on the one on one freeway when there's no traffic on the freeway. We're spread out here on the left coast. You can drive an hour on the freeway and still be in the city limits of Los Angeles at two in the morning. So when you have officers who live in the valley, there's an US versus them mentality and throwing more money or adding more tops. Regrettably, Mike is not gonNA. Make it better. Carl good talking to you always good catching up with you. Thank you for making the time this week. They get my plate. Say well stay safe. Thank you grow, that was straight talk. It is brought to you by straight talk. Wireless, no contract, no compromise. Cliff bar company has been fueling athletes for almost thirty years with their cliff and Luna Bars, and this is super cool, even during a time when there.
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"The report I believe Francis many staffers in the White House who do get close to the vice president and president are taking new precautions while Constantinopolitan noticeable difference over the weekend with two aides having access to the president and vice president testing positive other aids for the first time we're wearing masks the vice president is not quarantining and will work out of his office at the White House according to his staff others like economic adviser Larry Kudlow will be on the job in person there's a daily testing for people who have come into contact with the president and the vice president will follow the rules and guidelines of the White House medical unit because low on A. B. C.'s this week president trump has not been seen wearing a mask in public with the speculation he does not want to send a message of fear as he pushes for business activity to be revived but Costantini Washington top world health official Monday one that countries are essentially driving blinded re opening their economies without setting up strong contact tracing to be black Phillips of the virus a million Francis entrepreneur mark Cuban is taking an in depth look at how Texas businesses re opening during the virus pandemic quick novel tells businesses continue to open in phases in Texas but Dallas Mavericks owner mark Cuban's decided against opening up the man's practice facilities until testing is more widely available Cuban believes businesses should listen to concerns of customers before being so quick to reopen their doors and say you know what can we do together how can I help you working with the company ships more physical audits were done at about three hundred restaurants and stores near Dallas to see if they followed re opening guidelines Cuban says the study showed that about ninety six percent of those businesses were non compliant on things like mark waiting spots and single use condiments Clayton Nevil dalam prevent nights at the LA county jail trying to infect themselves with code red nineteen by Surender couple water tested positive Francis this is KGO San Francisco a cumulus stations now on Amazon Alexa open the KGO eight ten scale taking a look at KGO traffic.
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"County New York after two White House staffers tested positive for the corona virus in less than a week new orders have gone out and the only everyone in the executive mansion will now be required to wear masks CBS's Stephen Portnoy the memo was an emblem of how the threat is now being taken more seriously inside the White House it directs all employees entering the west wing to wear a mask except when they're at their own desks up until last Friday when the vice president's press secretary tested positive top trump aides appeared to issue masks and social distancing displaying their sense that regular testing was enough to feel confident their workplace was a corona virus free zone the Los Angeles sheriff's is two groups of inmates tried to get the corona virus thinking they would get them released from the LA county jail some succeeded in becoming infected KNX reporter fee demo trailer number of cases jump by almost sixty percent of the little over a week to three hundred and fifty seven inmates on investigators analyzed the video for the north county correctional facility module they saw inmates sharing water from a common hot water dispenser and breathing through a mask worn by an inmate who may have tested positive for the disease LA county sheriff Alex via the waiver was of the belief this was an effort to give false readings the medical personnel and deliberately spread the disease considering the fact that the twenty one test deposit out of the module that it shows what their intention was the shares so they're now working to try to prevent a repeat of those actions are even considering filing criminal charges against those who might try to spread the virus Dimitry for CBS news Los Angeles Tesla CEO Elon musk unapologetic thumbing his nose at local government orders he confirmed today he has restarted is California factory at full production levels Muscat earlier said it was just insane that his plant was idled while Michigan was restarting its auto plants California governor Gavin Newsom I have great reverence for their technology for their innovative.
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"Affiliates on the coverages of the policy terms the Indiana Attorney General is temporarily sidelined after a court fight over groping allegations Indiana Attorney General Curtis hill's law license will be suspended for thirty days over an allegation that hill drunkenly groped for women at a party in twenty eighteen the state Supreme Court ruling unanimously that the state's attorney disciplinary commission proved by clear and convincing evidence that hill committed the criminal act of misdemeanour battery though allegations the Republican Attorney General has vehemently denied access Chapman also hill has resisted calls to resign but says he accepts the court's decision with humility and respect naming is chief deputy oversee the attorney general's office until the suspension ends next month inmates at LA county jail are accused of trying to infect themselves with corona virus by sharing water and a mask in the false hope of getting released from jail sheriff says some also try to raise their temperatures just before nurse checked them the California governor and local health officials plan to talk to officials at Tesla after reports the company put workers back on the job at a plant in Alameda county which isn't officially re opening yet meantime the Tesla and SpaceX CEO facing even more questions about the name of his baby with the Canadian singer Ilan mosque and Grimes confusing the internet's revealing their newborn son's name is a series of letters and the number twelve in both giving different pronunciations for it according to the birth registration handbook in the state of California where the baby is believed to have been born the name may not be legal the rules state a child's birth certificate must be completed using the twenty six alphabetical characters of the English language the couple is yet to comment on the names legality recently revealing it was inspired by their favorite aircraft a song and love of artificial intelligence Christine good when fox news and Lisa Brady and this is fox news speaking of art hello M. listeners this is Edwin Hoffman the host of speaking of art join me Saturdays at three PM as we explore the art antiques music literature and film of human achievement and talk.
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"In spite of that back. But because of that fact secretary of state Mike Pompeo was in Slovakia today where he urged countries in Europe to resist the influences of China and Russia, he said both countries threatened democracy Pompeii. Oh, also noted efforts to bolster US military ties with that country. The United States is currently negotiating a defense cooperation agreement that would facilitate the use of European defense initiative funds to upgrade Slovak military infrastructure and further improve the ties the military ties between our two nations Slovakia's Pompeo, second stop on a five-nation tour of Europe it began in Hungary, and ends in Iceland. This is NPR news from Washington and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer was state and local headlines. A federal appeals court panel has upheld the conviction of former LA county sheriff Lee Baca as KCRW Jenny Hamill reports that makes it more likely the Baka will serve time for lying to federal authorities and obstructing Justice back in two thousand seventeen. Former sheriff Lee Baca was sentenced to three years behind bars for his role in a scheme to block enough b I investigation into deputies abuse of inmates in LA county jails. Baucus attorneys filed an appeal on the grounds that the jury might have sided with the former sheriff had they heard testimony about Baucus illness and about a conversation. He had with an aide regarding the FBI investigation, but yesterday a three judge panel on the ninth circuit court of appeals dismissed those claims, the appellate panel found the trial was fair and the conviction legally sound so is there still away for the seventy six year old to avoid going to prison. Baucus attorneys could ask for another hearing with all eleven judges on the night circuit or appeal to the US supreme court for KCRW Jenny Hamill balk has been diagnosed as suffering from Alzheimer's. It's been three months since former state Senate leader Kevin de Leon lost his challenge against US Senator Dianne Feinstein now he's got his eye on another job on the city council. Daily on says he's running for the fourteenth district which stretches from downtown LA to eagle rock and Monterey hills. The seats been held since two thousand five by Jose. We Sar who's being forced out due to term limits. He's also under investigation from the FBI daily on is probably a familiar face to many local voters because he represented the area for dozen years in Sacramento, I in the assembly, then the state Senate. California's biggest utility says it's going to revamp. Its board of directors is KCRW. Daryl salesman reports the move is the latest effort by Pacific Gas and electric to restore public confidence at a time when the companies filed for bankruptcy, and is under a lot of scrutiny for its role in recent massive wildfires PG says that half of its ten person board of directors will not stand for reelection this spring. Do you Tilleke announced that its new board will include eleven outside board members, meaning individuals who are not employees of PG any. It's not clear how many members will be on the new board, but outside members will be a majority pressure has been building on PG need to make wholesale changes to its governing structure one hedge fund that's among the utilities largest shareholders has called for the entire board to be replaced in a statement PG. And he said, quote, we fully understand that PG and E must rear entrust in credibility with its customers regulators and the communities it serves PGE's Equipment's been blamed for starting a number of wildfires in northern California. And an investigation is underway into whether the company's equipment sparked the devastating camp wildfire which killed eighty six people in destroyed the community of paradise last fall. You're listening to KCRW. It's six thirty five. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. There is a reckoning afoot in the southern Baptist convention. It's the largest Protestant denomination in the US. And it's now in the middle of a sex abuse crisis this week, the Houston chronicle published a comprehensive investigation that counts. More than seven hundred victims of abuse by church leaders of the last two decades. There was a huge diversity both in the abuse type the age of victims. But virtually all of the victims were children, that's Robert down in one of the reporters on that investigation. While there have been high profile an individual sex abuse allegations against southern Baptist leaders in the past the Houston chronicle report lays out just how widespread the abuses. Ben what knowledge exactly leaders had. I don't know. But I think that it's pretty fair to say that this stuff was out there. And there was a group of vocal people who were basically. Yelling as loud as they could that. This was a crisis to find out. How church leaders are responding to the results of this investigation. I spoke with Russell Moore he heads the ethics and religious liberty commission of the southern Baptist convention. It's shocking and scandalous, and it's a real crisis. So how could this kind of abuse go on for so many years in so many different congregations? Well, there are a number of reasons, and none of them have good, and none of them excusable. One of the things that's happened. Is that a church which is supposed to be should be the safest place in the world. For people has often been a place where predators believe that they can hide and unfortunately, too, many churches have either had the understanding that that these sorts of things couldn't happen to them because their churches and haven't been vigilant and churches that have taken a wrong headed an unbelievable view of grace to believe that somehow that means and excusing of predatory behavior or of not seeing the role of the civil authorities in recording right away. There are so many horrific reasons behind this happening. So you're suggesting that internally each church, which has a lot of autonomy. Even if they were aware of the allegations, they may have. Put religious doctrine and religious notions of forgiveness over accountability. Well, I think in many cases, there was an understanding of forgiveness and grace and reconciliation doesn't match up with what the bible teaches Jesus never in any place excuses, the harming of owner bowl of people and children and others. And so this is a human crisis. And it's also a theological crisis, the Houston chronicle as part of the report says church officials did know were encouraged to make reforms and we're not interested in doing. So do you know, why often church autonomy has been used as an excuse for a lack of accountability? Our polity does make this harder. Because each jerk is independent and church doesn't answer to Bishop read one about us. But that doesn't mean that there aren't things that can and should and must be done. And so that that means that the hard work has to be done to see how that can happen not to use her autonomy. Excuse. So what are some practical steps that churches, and the broader southern Baptist convention can take in this moment. It's one thing to say, this is this is an outrage. How do you make sure it doesn't happen again? Well, there are a number of steps. One of those institute with training churches to know, how to respond when there is a a case or a suspicion case that has to do with also training ministers have very front end of their ministries. We're working with seminaries and universities to do that. And then there has to be a way to connect churches to one another to know win. There has been an incident or an allegation of abuse happening at another church to prevent someone from simply moving from one church to the other undercover of darkness the Houston. Chronicle says in its report that at least one accused sex abuse offender remains to this day in his church position. Do you think that should be the case? Absolutely not. I think that in every case someone who is a sex offender should not only be removed from any ministry leadership and disciplined by local congregation should also be handed over to the civil authorities. Does that mean you will follow up on the Houston Chronicle's reporting and try to pass that message down to the to the local church? Yes. Who this is alcohol the congregation directly, do you see parallels to what's happening within the southern Baptist convention and the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic church? Yes, I do because both are a crisis of credibility. Someone should know that would may step into a church that they're in a place that is going to be safe and a place that is going to be advocating the most strongly for those who are the most vulnerable. And so they're very much is a parallel there. What I hope is that what happens out of that is genuine reform that will ensure that the next generation of people don't have to face these questions at all Russell more of the southern Baptist convention, Dr Moore, thank you for your time. Thanks for having me..
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"And I was like can do that you I can do the same thing that he's doing, and then I started to go even deeper in and because they wrote an article about me in Cincinnati inquiry, and in this article was the front page, and they had this was a year that it was a presidential year. So they had Bill Clinton Ross parole. George Bush senior all amona on the page in on the other side of them. They have one big picture of me, the two million dollar man come to town to go to trial, and my pitcher was bigger than author their pitchers, and I was like, wow, they just put you bigger in the president's, you know, like that's a big deal. So when I started thinking about that. That I started to think. Well, how can you take this and use this to you vantage like the power of celebrity was just start to realize that it was right there for you. Yeah. That's that's what I started to realize. And I never really knew that before you know, when I was on the street. I was kinda shelter ahead. Like thirty forty guys. And I really liked go around a lot of people. You know? It's like the information came to me, you know, it didn't I didn't go out. Looking for information looking for? Different things that they really bought me everything that I need it. You know? So I was kind of sheltered of what was going on. And I was surprised when I got to jail. How big I was you know, I didn't know I was as big as I was and until I got and start hearing stories about me, right because like the fucking the legends about you at that time, pre pre internet, pre everything like, you know, just stuff was just traveling. I was in jail one time LA county jail. And it was about seven of us in a holding sale. We'll get booked in. And this one guy sitting here telling three or four other guys that he was waiting. No meeting. Come out, right. Oh, my cousin come to bail me out. And and he's telling me stories about how much cocaine was on the table was cocaine, and we all just Norton, and and in this talking about me, and I'm sitting right here listening to him. And he don't even know. It's me. Right. So it must be a lot of stories on that goes on. Virement because there's not a lot of ways. To fact, check people. I got a I've got an uncle does. So many stories, you know, helicopters and airplanes, and, you know, women, and I mean, it just go on and on houses. And you know, the stories is unlimited. But what's crazy is that from from my perspective is like people who've been in prison stuff is that in reality. Most of those people haven't really done a lot with their lives. So they're pretty impressed by almost anything. I was talking to a friend of mine opprobium X writer. He's like man when I'm in prison. I'll be sitting there telling them story about like being in Paris and everybody is like spellbound because nobody been two pairs. No. Most of those guys, you know, like, they think most drug dealers rich. And and, you know, most of them are not, you know, ram. We did a study one time, and they said the most drug dealers live with mom, you know. So a lot of the stereotypes that we believe are not true in. We just have to, you know, just keep searching to to get better in educate. And you know, that's really what I'm trying to do. Now, I want to educate the world about the world drugs. You know, the people who never been in who haven't been around it, just basically, let them know what you're going to go through how you're going to be affected and so forth where feudal wash how much the we'd game has changed over the years..
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"It should be reading. You get clean is a jail whenever and like we'll give you the reason initially. Right. Right? So I got that. I did two and a half months in LA county jail back in the ninety dollars twenty eight years old. And you know, back then I was not that far removed, Rabou collar existence, and it wasn't that bad of LA county was not that bad. I did five days last in Essex County jail in Newark and Mike God. I mean, it was like. LA county was like Shangri LA, especially, I'm fifty. I'm diabetic Houston. Maybe you know, first class every once in a while? Yeah. You know, I said, this is the tar, but the major that I will do anything to come become back here. So there's, there's that and I'm good now because I wish I got hope I come back and five years say, you know, I'm still good whatever it right one day at a time. Right, true. We always on this show. We always deal with like wacky questions, hypotheticals. Would you rather do this and if ever there's jail on the other side of the question? Yeah, I'd take the other. Fuck. I am not trying to do a minute. Jail, like, you know. They say, unless you join a rival gang, who will you don't care about that their agenda. It'll keep you from blowing a guy. And if if it's between blowing a guy and you know, using the n. word I'm gonna use the Enron. Where's the cross and how do I burn it? And then when I get out of here. Right back to my stance. Advanced. Exactly. We had which funny sports guys reim-. I went to high school with a lot of black kids in Irish kids attack. We got it rule. If you had a bet on a game, anything went racially right friends. There's a black kid behind you. Like, you know, I, we had arguments. I would tell my buddies. Blackeyed was AllState a basketball player. I said to him, I said, listen, dude, if.
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"Off it's a lot safer for ice to collect guys from the county lockup than it is for them to go into their neighborhoods knocking on doors and looking for them and terms of innocent people being hurt innocent people can be hurt when you're banging on ice guys banging on doors versus showing up at the local sheriff in the car with the wind the bars on the win i think i mentioned this last week or maybe the week before that i remember a case where a prosecutor was indicted in pled and serve time for tipping off somebody tipping off somebody that there was a federal investigation about them that's it's grime here's what i'm not i'm not sure that understand so now sessions is going to sue or looking at suing begun already progun versus assuming the mayor of oakland also i i don't know why there's not a sort of common sense thing which is all right we're colorado were progressive and we don't want to help ice collect up legal aliens but if one killed somebody and we have in custody and he makes his bond than that guy will happily hand over ice because he's criminal what's interesting to me as to whether or not i haven't plumbed this but obviously it some point we're going to face it whether or not there's liability or whether there's an immunity whether the 'cause there's a presumption generally of an immunity by municipality so if somebody for instance i'll give you a hypothetical if there was somebody in the la county jail if the sheriff says i'm not going to adhere to nice tater i'm not going to call up the person gets out of the person kills somebody because the family who do they have a wrongful death suit against the sheriff for.