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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
"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
"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 KFI AM 640
"Hear you can move out of there that is correct you can but now you see you keep on going over and over but she said this but she said that you can move you can you can withhold someone even and have her sue you for up pay rent or quit and say here's your problem lady I'm going to defend in court and you have made it impossible for me to live in the way that you first represented I am not getting the I am not getting the ability to live the life or odd to park my car the way it was represented to me and you tell her let's buy a court case and a lawyer can do that with a lawyer letter I love it well she said she won't pay all right what thank god straightened everything out ain't we don't have to pay this is handled on the law and let's check in with our rock knew I temporary zero dollar bail schedule for low level felonies and misdemeanors takes effect today in LA county the order is intended to prevent further spread of the corona virus in LA county's jails a businessman released from Ellie federal prison because of the current affairs has been arrested to face charges in India for his alleged involvement in a terrorist attack the charges are connected to attacks in Mumbai that killed more than one hundred sixty people in two thousand eight and a review of the March primary has offered up some recommendations to fix the long waits experienced by voters in LA county the report says the county should select voting centers sites as soon as possible to work out staffing and equipment Kinks before election day well check trouble on the six oh five next I finally ready to get out you've had it this is it you want to move out of California call sellers advantage sellers advantage will sell your house as it is so is advantage wants to buy your house right now and since is as it is you're going to fix it up you don't have to clean it is.
"la county jail" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"No regular citizen would have got off so easy in this embarrassment to do at this time when we need officers who break the law to be held accountable Sir don Barnes says criminal charges were warranted as part of an internal investigation those two deputies have since been separated from the sheriff's department York County DA's as misdemeanors were appropriate given the totality of the circumstances in Orange County Corbin Carson KFI news the LA County Board of supervisors has made moves to make of it nineteen jail reforms permanent endemic the LA county jails had a population of seventeen thousand which supervisor mark Ridley Thomas as was five thousand beyond the state rated capacity but now that populations hovering around twelve thousand and Dimick to get us into compliance which is a powerful statement about the resistance to change the server visor Janice Hahn says this is proof that any reduction is possible in fact we have not seen a rise in crime since the band pandemic began the supervisors want the sheriff's department come back with a plan in two months to keep the jail population down Chris and Carla okay fine news buddy can video has been released showing the last moments of an unarmed black man in Austin Texas who died in police custody ABC's Alex Perez as hobby year Ambler died in March of last year police say employer failed to dealers headlights as he drove past a deputy and resisted arrest the video you can hear him saying he cannot read this several times before becoming unresponsive and was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead his death was initially ruled a justifiable homicide now the case is under investigation.
"la county jail" Discussed on KGO 810
"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.
"la county jail" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"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.
"la county jail" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"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.
"la county jail" Discussed on The Big 98
"The house asking for my dad for some light is really at the commander may commander from the show yeah he's in he's in the show and they do a drug bus he's like yeah man he came to the house one time when you're probably seven years old like that's crazy and then spoiler alert not really spoiler because true story but he got murdered my hometown like probably about a mile away from my house oh my gosh yeah I see it like fun fact but also scary well who played your data north of Mexico I think I saw your dad he was installing lights one of the of the so okay all right that's what they have said he was let's play the brand new and world premiere from Florida Georgia line this is called I love my country George Strait black in the the fish canon canon canon a little this is John Deere's you see the the last to some cool remember what you got the U. S. now has the most coronavirus cases in the world eighty three thousand five hundred thirty three infections more than China or Italy in other news Yellowstone grand Teton in the great smoky mountain national parks they've all been closed because of the corona virus outbreak and finally more than seventeen hundred inmates have been released early from LA county jail because of fears virus outbreak inside the jail cops also are making fewer arrests stop overcrowding at the Fresno coming up the phones show fun fact Friday coming up in.
"la county jail" Discussed on KPCC
"On the day of the New York times that story on the daily in five minutes but first from KPCC news I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven thirty a Los Angeles man with dementia who was missing for six weeks has been found but there's a lot more to this story than just a man who went missing here's KPCC is Marianna Dale Douglas James was in the car when CHP officers arrested his brother for a D. Y. his brother said he told the officers James has dementia and they promised to take him home but the officers drop to James off miles from home any disappeared police found James sleeping in a Pasadena dental office on Wednesday the James family attorney mark Ravis says James or deal is the result of misconduct our law enforcement agencies need to be more sensitive more and more compassion the CHP says it's reviewing the incident rather says the family plans to sue the agency as a Friday afternoon James is being held in LA county jail on a parole violation his attorney said James got out of prison a little more than a year ago after serving about twenty five years he did not know the details of the conviction court records show a man with the same name and date of birth was charged at some point with homicide kidnapping and vehicle theft I money on a Dale the federal government has given new contracts to private companies to operate for immigrant detention centers in California including one in Adelanto comes just days before a new state law goes into effect that would phase out for profit detention centers.
"la county jail" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Highlights cases in which detainer is have not been honored and aliens have subsequently been re arrested or to the best of ice is knowledge remain at large demonstrating the critical public safety threat posed by non cooperation a thirty two year old citizen of Mexico was arrested on may eighteenth two thousand sixteen by the Santa Clara police department for driving under the influence and booked into the Santa Clara county jail on may nineteenth two thousand sixteen ISIS issued a detainer but the detainer was not honored that means they didn't hand them over like they were requested to do and he was released on December thirty first two thousand seventeen he was arrested by the San Jose police department for possession of a controlled substance and booked into the Santa Clara county jail on January second two thousand eighteen ISIS issued a detainer but that detainer was not honored and he was released on February eighteenth two thousand eighteen he was again arrested by the San Jose police department for possession of a controlled substance and under the influence of a controlled substance and booked into Santa Clara county jail on February twentieth two days later ice issued a detainer but it was not honored again and he was released again on April twenty ninth two thousand eighteen he was again arrested gosh you almost see a pattern this is not a good guy by the San Jose police department for possession of a controlled substance possession of controlled substance paraphernalia appropriating lost property and false ID to a peace officer and booked into the Santa Clara jail again on April thirtieth two thousand eighteen ice issued a detainer but as of the writing of this report believes the alien has been released and remains at large a thirty year old citizen of Mexico was released on January seventeenth two thousand two thousand eighteen by the LAPD for possession of a controlled substance he ice issued a detainer the same day but the detainer was not honored he was released on February twenty sixth he was again arrested by LAPD for murder booked into the LA county jail where as of the writing of this report he remains in custody I says issued another detainer a twenty six year old citizen of Mexico arrested on February thirteenth two thousand eighteen by the Beverly hills police department for burglary possession of burglary tools and grimacing criminal conspiracy transfer to the LA county jail ice issue to detain or the same day but the detainer was not honored he was released two months later he was released two months later he was arrested by the Newton police department for attempted murder even after that ice issue the detainer but they now believe the alien was released and remains at large you've got a Michael berry show ninety six now the news our top story the latest attempt to impeach president trump is again being put on the back burner today the house overwhelmingly voted to table the articles of impeachment introduced by Texas congressman Al Green on this these are three hundred and thirty two and the nays are ninety five with one answering present the motion is a job it's the third time greens attempt to impeach the president has been table some workers in northwest Portland Amazon warehouse are demonstrating against wages and working conditions today.
"la county jail" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Joined with our local counterparts to fight criminal gangs. Today's arrests signal that we will continue to pursue street gangs until families in every southern California neighborhood. It leads safe, and peaceful LA. Yeah are cases have included indictments that dismantled. The leadership council of MS thirteen we targeted drug trafficking operations inside the LA county jails that were controlled by the Mexican mafia. Okay. Now that last part is kind of interesting. Yeah. Inside of the LA county jails. So that of course, made me wonder, what did these people actually get arrested for these soldiers? They were arrested, according to KTLA they were arrested in a scheme to deliberately get themselves arrested to smuggle drugs and syringes hidden in their bodies into San Bernardino county jails. Okay. So first of all, oh my God. Ill. Second of all out. I don't quite understand how they got the syringes in there, I suppose that that meant they pack them really like with do you do like the bubble packaging? But that makes it really, bulky. So it does wonder where exactly are you putting it and number three? Can we all just say as much as I'm glad that these people are now behind bars, and I hope they rot in prison. That's kinda committed right? This little committed. You're literally stuffing your body filled with drugs and syringes and then deliberately getting arrested. So you can go into the jail. I want that kind of attitude on my staff here in Seattle. Because I can't get my producer to pull audio. I want some sometimes I want him to pull it the right way. And it gives me this way. It's going gonna be better in charge. Won't you? Just listen to me, he can't even do that. And yet these dudes this smuggling drugs and syringes getting themselves arrested on purpose. Here's acting chief. Eric McGriff McBride of the San Bernardino, PD violence and distribution.
"la county jail" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"Do listen to AM seven ninety KABC. Okay. Now, we're talking about voting rights for people in prison parole or on the prison parole or probation prison Pearl. Pro the three Ps things, I need my boyfriend, Leo terell, Fairmont of riot Turney. Leo. Hey, buddy. How you doing? How are you? Leeann. Hi, Dr drew, my love it, my friend. She loves it. Drew, so see lien you can just stand over there. Good. Corner you two lovebirds. So Bernie Sanders to expand voting rights to people in prison parole and probation. What do you think? Well, you know, he allows prisoners in Vermont state he's in his one or two states that allow prisoners to allow their incarcerated I think it's pretty expensive. I do believe wanting if you serve your time if you serve your time. Why should you be denied the right to vote and people who have been convicted felons after they served their time? They are still in some states denied the right to vote that is all all right. So so once you are off probation or once you get out of prison. Yeah. I mean think about it Dr drew, and you know, when we think of felonies, we think of serious murders rate things, but there are some non-violent blue collar, white collar felony. And my point is if a person gets a selling of a convicted felon, I we this scarlet letter you can't vote. You can't get through job is hard to get insurance. You can't get a Bank loan your ruin forever. So my point here is Saudi is a constitutional, right. See the fourteenth amendment. And my point is after a person served his time. Why should he be continuously denied the right of voting? But I, but I was trying to Elliott though, is in California were putting people in one door out the other. We're calling almost nothing crime made it you have to actually be in prison to lose your voting rights or do you want to say prison and probation? What I wanna say this because a probation is an extension or a continuation of prison time. You're just not serving the prison time as as a person behind bars, you still have to report to either probation officer informally or formally. My point is Dr drew is that you've you serve your time complete your probation. You have the right to vote. Yeah. Yeah. Let's let's remember what thing voting is a white. You know, getting a job having a driver's license that may be a privilege, but voting is a constitutional rights. So you have to tell me why you're gonna permanently deny and then the visual eight constitutional right of voting will certainly wilder. I agree with you. While in prison, though, you know, were invited to our based on freedom and happiness. So so in prison, we've given up all kinds of rights, correct? Right. Limit. Should we understand the different Mitchelson? The right. We give up but remember how many of those rights our constitutional. So you give up the right to go to McDonald's. Get a hamburger go get a Bank loan while you're in prison, but we're talking about constitutional, right? You have to draw the distinction behind what is constitutional and what a privilege or things that you're entitled to do big different. And I'm not hearing that separation fair minded, civil rights Turni's. Sure. I look I think people have to understand drive you the privilege voting is a right. And we can talk about what happens when you get a felon felony conviction. You're permanently scarred for the rest of your life. You should not lose your constitutional rights. But but I think you are suggesting that while in prison and maybe also probation. You should I yes, yes. Bernie sanders. But Bernie Sanders says no Bernie Sanders says bad in his state of Vermont people are allow prisoners or allowed to vote while they're incarcerated right? And he wants to the country expand that he wants. Yes. Yes. Wanted for the country. Right, right. What's wrong with that? And by the way, accord, being a minority, I'm fully aware that disproportionately this affects more minorities than non minorities. Confusing me. Now, I'm getting confused confused by missing something. I thought you said I thought you said, you you you wanted rights to be suspended for a brief period of time while in prison maybe parole, but they should be reinstated. After you've served your time, but Bernie wants them to retain the rights of the voting rights, even while they're serving their time. Is that correct here? He wrong, you're right about thirty position. You're correct about Brees position. My position is simply bad people. A should not permanently lose their constitutional right to vote. I'm also saying that even while you're incarcerated if I have a misdemeanor conviction, I'm serving for for having a too much weed or something or are serious traffic violence. I'm lose my conscience vote. So what if you're in for a felony? This is where you have to. They were each state has to make a determination. You cannot tell me that every person behind bar right now in LA county jail should lose their right to vote for miserable or convictions. But you'd be we've said three different things jail prison and misdemeanors versus felonies, right? So prison prison prison jail. Right. Okay. We're talking about we're talking about prison. So we're talking about people who who are incarcerated in prison usually are Cervi a felony right in jail. 'cause let's forget about the jail. Let's just talk about prison. Here's Trump addition. Okay in prison, and you have a selling conviction. I would say depending on the nature of the conviction. You should not do your constitutional right to vote. But if. At that time. And if it isn't a grievous crime, if it's not, okay. So sorry ample. So if someone commits a felony that is non violent just a Felli based on to the law. I don't care. I should be. All right. Let's let's hold on guys. We're gonna we're gonna Parsis out more. Okay. Leo terell fair might is very very fair minded. So we we believe this position. Very fair minded, the end, we'll get into you. And I eight hundred two to two to hear your position. It's midday live names have ninety KABC. KABC dependable traffic.
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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..