18 Burst results for "Lack Of Remorse"

"lack remorse" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:49 min | 9 months ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"ABC news anchor Harvey Weinstein sentenced in New York today to twenty three years in prison ABC's Erica Turkey is outside the courthouse in New York City Harvey Weinstein headed all prosecutors said he walked the red carpet and mingled with the stars but they said he also instilled fear got drunk on power and committed acts of sexual assault with complete abandon wind Steen was convicted of forcing oral sex on Marion Haley who said that Weinstein appeared to lack remorse the judge handed down a sentence of twenty three years in state prison at a second criminal case against Weinstein is pending in California another day another Wall Street plunge the Dow right now is down one thousand twenty four points we reserve a corona virus economic slowdown continuing to weigh on stocks this is new clusters of coronavirus are popping up Virginia announcing nine positive cases doctor living in peak is the epidemiologist for Virginia to are associated with the department of defense one in Quantico and one in Spotsylvania county in Kansas city Missouri mayor Quinton Lucas says the city will go ahead with the St Patrick's day parade as well as the big twelve basketball tournament but also urging folks over sixty to stay home we have been fortunate thus far in Kansas city to not have more cases and we don't want to see is that high volume of increases now more than a thousand coronavirus cases in the U. S. at least thirty people have died it was a big primary night for Joe Biden taking at least four of the six states up for grabs Tuesday convincing wins for Joe Biden Mississippi Missouri Idaho and Michigan we are step close to restoring decency dignity and honor to the White House that's our only by taking a triple digit lead over Bernie Sanders in the delegate count the big states of Florida Illinois Ohio and Arizona coming up next week Ribeiro A. B. C. news Cleveland Bernie Sanders as one North Dakota so called fire house caucus update on Wall Street the Dow down a thousand forty seven points you're listening to ABC news Arizona is a news station KTA are on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic now it's nine oh two I'm Bob McLean here's our top story Arizona votes Sunday night's democratic presidential debate in Phoenix will be unlike any other high level debate we've ever seen KTA ours Jim crosses live at the new center yeah Bob Democratic National Committee made the call no audience no media insiders on a federal theatre coronavirus concerns valid political consultant Chuck Coughlin is with high Greitens tank is getting fuller and fuller so the opportunity for a stumble with a live audience and distractions and others becomes less problematic for the Biden campaign and you can hear the the debate live here Sunday evening starting at five on KCRA are one of the new center John cross KTAR news a new poll shows senator Martha McSally trailing Democrat mark Kelly by seven points in the race for the seat she's currently holding Mike noble with low wage predictive insights says his poll had Kelly with just a three point lead in December but McSally still has time while there are few undecided voters in the Senate race a quarter of likely voters do not have an opinion of mark Kelly giving team excel in opening the fine the first time candidate Kelly has a nearly thirty point lead with independence and a ninety percent support within his own party level possibly as well as corona virus fears continue the pac twelve men's basketball tournament tips off today in Las Vegas the conference says adjustments are being made to help keep fans athletes and staff safe Arizona state men's basketball head coach Bobby Hurley told Arizona.

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"lack remorse" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on KOMO

"Safety measures now in place live ABC now at nine o'clock from ABC news after Harvey Weinstein sentenced in New York today to twenty three years in prison ABC's Erica Turkey is outside the courthouse in New York City Harvey Weinstein headed all prosecutors said he walked the red carpeted mingled with the stars but they said he also instilled fear got drunk on power and committed acts of sexual assault with complete abandon Weinstein was convicted of forcing oral sex on Marion Haley who said that Weinstein appeared to lack remorse the judge handed down a sentence of twenty three years in state prison at a second criminal case against Weinstein is pending in California another day another Wall Street plunge the Dow right now is down one thousand twenty four points we reserve a corona virus economic slowdown continuing to weigh on stocks this is new clusters of coronavirus are popping up Virginia announcing nine positive cases doctor living in peak is the epidemiologist for Virginia to are associated with the department of defense one in Quantico and one in Spotsylvania county in Kansas city Missouri mayor Quinton Lucas says the city will go ahead with the St Patrick's day parade as well as the big twelve basketball tournament but also urging folks over sixty to stay home we have been fortunate thus far in Kansas city to not have more cases and what we don't want to see is that high volume of increases now more than a thousand coronavirus cases in the U. S. at least thirty people have died it was a big primary night for Joe Biden taking at least four of the six states up for grabs Tuesday convincing wins for Joe Biden Mississippi Missouri Idaho and Michigan we are step close to restoring decency dignity and owners to the White House that's our only taking a triple digit lead over Bernie Sanders in the delegate count the big states of Florida Illinois Ohio and Arizona coming up next week Ribeiro A. B. C. news Cleveland Bernie Sanders as one North Dakota so called fire house caucus update on Wall Street the Dow down a thousand forty.

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"lack remorse" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Statements made during media interviews could be interpreted as Ronin. Dan Lacking remorse our villon. Ron cited and his appellate. Well it brief was based on a California case and in the State of Utah. Lack of remorse evidence is permitted. One of Ron's most atrocious claims. Yes yes it does get. Worse was at the trial court made an irreversible error when they didn't allow a jury instruction that the jury can consider sympathy Pity and mercy. When considering the mitigating factors for recommending the death penalty there is no statue in Utah? That says a defendant is allowed to to make a general appeal to a jury sympathy. He also tried to challenge the constitutionality of the death penalty but because it is enforced in Utah. The sentence was was upheld in another effort to refuse responsibility. Ron Claim that his sentence was disproportionate to his brother. Dan's particularly since Dan testified testified at his trial that he committed both murderers but was not sentenced to death but remember. There were witnesses chip in Ricky. And they both heard Ron say in the car that he murdered Brenda. And they both testified to such so. This claim was also without merit in the most laughable claim of all ron tried to claim that the court made an irreversible air by allowing the second trial because it violated the double jeopardy clause. The court didn't likely have to explain. Explain very much about why this claim had zero merit but for anyone that doesn't know the double jeopardy clause means a person cannot be charged for a crime twice if the first I trial resorts in acquittal. Double Jeopardy doesn't apply in an instance where conviction is overturned on appeal and conclusion. None of the claims claims raised by Ron. During his appeal of his second trial was a reversible error and the conviction and sentencing were upheld. Ron Lafferty chose chose to be executed by firing squad. The last time anyone was executed by firing squad in Utah was Ronnie Lee Gardner in two thousand ten. Who murdered an attorney? Ernie when he was trying to escape a courthouse Utah has since changed. Its laws regarding death penalty executions and now the firing squad is only used as a last resort. If for some reason the lethal injection drugs were unavailable. Ronald Lafferty was a mere months away from his execution date. But in a twist of fate eight he passed away of natural causes at a Utah State Prison on November eleventh. Two Thousand Nineteen. He was seventy eight years old. His death has hopefully brought some peace for the family and friends of the deer victims. Brenda and Erica. Lafferty as former American fork police department chief Terry Fox was quoted as saying. I'll never forget this. I've seen a lot of death in my career. This one was different in the case that it was religiously motivated invaded. You can use the word brutal horrific and I just don't throw those out lately because this was a really really brutal murder in was different different from a lot of crime scenes and a lot of ways. Okay Fan club members as I conclude this episode my one question onto us. How will you sleep tonight? Thank you for listening if you enjoyed this episode. Please be sure to rate subscribe in. Positively reviewed the show on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your podcast it really does help. You can find us on social media platforms twitter at T- CFC AFC pod facebook dot com slash t CFC podcast. You can also find us on instagram. T. CFC underscore podcast and of course our website site is true. Crime Fan Club Dot Com. If you have an episode request send us an Email T.. CFC Pot and DOT com. This episode was written by Mary. Gary Cole- research by Pretty Martinez and it it improved by Britney Martinez this episode was produced by Nico Add. We talk of dreams. Check him out on twitter. Talk of dreams or WE TALK OF DREAMS DOT com. I'm your host Laney..

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"lack remorse" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on Court Junkie

"He saw Eliza and another friend America standing near the street at the time prosecutor Duran then had johnny read a portion of his initial statement to police to refresh his memory because in that statement he said he saw Dwight standing near the sidewalk as well Johnny was asked if Dwight said anything the ride from the Seymour Street House to his cousin's house Johnny testified that Whitehead and said anything but again his police statement was red johnny had told the police that Dwight said he aimed the gun into the car but it went off when someone inside the car pulled on the barrel on cross examination Johnny told the court that he just said yes to whatever the police told him during his interview he said he was afraid that he would be arrested if he didn't after the officers typed up the statement he signed it so he could go home and he said his statement was not accurate Johnny's sister Jasmine testified next jasmine testified that she heard Nico uses slurred and saw someone with a gun walk-ups to the car but this was contradicted by her police statement where she had said she saw dwight fire the gun into the car jazz and then testified that they went to Dwight's cousin's house and Dwight left for work while he was at work she didn't speak to him but again ferring to her statement Jasmine had told police that way called her on his brakes to say he felt bad about what happened and he hoped no one was hurt like her brother Jasmine testified on cross examination that she had only signed the statement because she was scared and wanted to go home she said she wasn't a strong reader and didn't read the statement prior to signing it Judge Walsh Journey the court at five pm about fifteen minutes later news crews waiting outside of the courthouse caught a physical altercation on camera the footage was later shown the judge it reportedly showed friends and family of Dwight making threats toward Latifah's friends and family and a fight than broke out the next morning with the jury out of the courtroom Judge Wall said that what he saw disgraced the life and legacy of Latisha and he will warned against any further incidents the jury was then brought back into the courtroom and the testimony of the party goers continued Erica Alison testified she heard Dwight use a gay slur but didn't see him with the gun her testimony mainly just established who was at the party on cross examination she said that Latisha was wearing women's clothes but was dressed less overtly feminine than usual David dough boy genius also testified as to who was at the House that night he then said that when Mark Latisha and star arrived he was standing with Nico Lemon and Dwight doboy admitted he used a gay slur saying he didn't want them at his house he said he had a gun in his nephews closet dwight than said that he would shoot them he watched as Dwight went into the House came out of the House and walked over to the a car the car then sped away doboy said he didn't hear the gunshot because the music was too loud and he didn't see Dwight holes the gun until after mark had driven away he then saw dwight give the gun to Nico who then put it in the Baseman Doboy said he later went down to the basement and brought the gun up to his mother's bedroom he hid it under the mattress where police later find it it's new Geico Lemon was the next to testify he said he saw dwight walk up to the car but he didn't see the gun even though he had signed a police statement claiming that he did see the gun he told the court that he was so drunk that night that he just wanted to go home and so he signed the statement when it was put in front of him he also denied he or anyone else used any derogatory slurs about Latisha mark or Star News Oh did backup dope boys account however of who handled the gun after the shooting during cross examination Niko said he saw individual doubles he didn't know and hooded sweatshirts near the house after Nico finished testifying a lunch break was called before the jury was brought back in Judge Walsh addressed Dwight Directly Judge Walsh had been told that people connected with Dwight had been threatening witnesses he warned that charges would be brought if it continued the jury was then brought back in and the trial proceeded a witness who had been standing near the car carly Shay Genius testified that she saw Dwight walked towards the car and say that the people inside needed to leave she then saw him fire into the car though to her it didn't look like he took aim at anyone in particular Elissa Davis Latisha friend who had called her to the House that night took the stand next she said that while she was standing at the car talking to mark and Latisha she heard a man's voice behind her say Elissa get them out of here and then use a gay slur she said dark-skinned man in a hooded sweatshirt walked up and put a gun in the window he told them to get out of there and then he fired one shot though Elissa said she only saw the hands of the man she assumed they belong to dwight delete she testified that she had recognized his voice when he told them to leave and he was the only dark skinned black man at the Party the Prosecution then called their last witness star hopper from the backseat of the car she didn't see anything before she heard a bang and saw a flash then she looked over in time to see a dark skinned man she didn't know in a blue hooded sweatshirt after her testimony the prosecution than rested I asked Andy About Dwight's demeanor while the prosecution was resenting their evidence and while all those I witnesses were identifying him as the shooter she told me he didn't really react to anything he was a bunch stone-faced throughout clint black the motion and she she also lacked remorse there were there were times is when I think she could have easily reacted to a number of question but she was emotionless and I think that was what really stuck with me as well as pieces family as we as we thought the courtroom the defense called only one witness Sheila Genteel Genteel was a DNA expert who analyzed the gun found at the scene and later identified by Doboy as the murder weapon three DNA samples were lifted from the gun none of them matched Dwight d but genteel also testified that not everyone who touched the gun would have necessarily left DNA behind and that placing the gun under a mattress could have led to some DNA being removed from the gun when Genteel left the stand the defense rested their case they then ask the judge to allow the jury to consider the lesser offenses of manslaughter in the first and second degrees as well as manslaughter in the first and second degrees us a hate crime judge Walsh agreed to include the lesser charges in the jury instructions court was adjourned with closing arguments to be made.

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"lack remorse" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The late afternoon fueled by strong winds and dry heat follow the smoke coming up in the northern part of the state more than a million people have been living in the dark since Wednesday when PGA any orchestrated a rolling blackout in a desperate effort to prevent its equipment from igniting fires CBS news update all matter Piper WBBM news time ten thirty till a judge says a man accused of rape while posing as a police officer is a danger to the community and he's been denied bail out twenty four year old west side one and a prostitute thought the man who picked her up in east Garfield park last month was a cop he told her as much she said and pointed a gun at her asking if she knew what it felt like to be raped she had pepper spray and used it to get away the woman eventually went to the civilian office of police accountability thinking it was a cop she had video of the man and his license plate investigators use police surveillance cameras to corroborate her story and thirty year old Jeffrey Crowder was arrested in his car the sun times reports a real police badge was found along with two BB guns the bad you turns out was stolen my Krauser newsradio one of five point nine FM in Florida off white man who shot and killed an unarmed black man outside a convenience store last year has been sentenced to twenty years in prison markings McLachlan's girlfriend had parked in a handicapped spot at a convenience store and Michael dredge got told detectives he was irritated by people who illegally parked in those spots McLachlan's mother Monica more Robinson spoke in court although hates you but I will never forgive you she and blocked in spotter Michael say dredge got has lacked remorse deserve to die in prison in the Bible it says in order to get in the habit we must forgive those who trespass against at this point in my life I am not there yet the judge called dredge got a self appointed handy cap parking space monitor I met Donahue a former US ambassador to Ukraine was removed from her post after insisting that Rudy Giuliani's request Ukrainian officials to investigate president trump's political rival be conveyed through official channels that's according to a fellow former diplomat the envoy Marie you often off which is set to testify tomorrow before house committees as part of the democratic impeachment investigation meanwhile a new poll finds the public is now more closely divided over the impeachment issue of fox news poll finds fifty one percent of Americans saying the president should be impeached and removed from office that's up from forty two percent in July a Washington post shar school survey shows fifty eight percent of Americans support the impeachment inquiry and forty nine percent think Congress was right to begin an investigation in should remove tribe from office earlier this year polls conducted by the post ABC far less than half saying Congress should begin impeachment proceedings my camp in Washington Bernie Sanders says he's looking forward to getting back on the campaign trail after suffering a heart attack last week I am feeling great Sanders says he's getting his and Dorrance back and will resume campaigning as soon as possible in a campaign video he says he thought about a lot of things while in a Las Vegas hospital bed what would have happened if I did not have of the good health insurance that I have saying he now feels even more strongly about his promise to provide universal health insurance if elected even before his health scare age had become a factor in the twenty twenty race the seventy eight year old Sanders would be the oldest ever presidential nominee soul would seventy six year old Joe Biden soccer mad down the Washington the history of the Illinois I stayed home for a delinquent boys hasn't been all bad but the new exhibit at the same Charles museum highlights some of its uglier moments the facility has been home to some pretty bad boys perhaps none as notorious as George baby face Nelson later included on the F. B. I.'s most wanted list as Public Enemy number one there's definitely where the uglier stories that came out of the institution that see Charles history museum executive director Allison Costanzo she tells of a story from the Saint Charles chronicle of a boy known only as Edward arriving at the age of thirteen for stealing candy in fifty cents with a friend he even planned the death of another boy who attacked the boy with nine barricaded themselves in the pantry permitted by a new law they were taken to Juliet point like that did not belong they really needed to go to an actual person the good the bad the ugly the boys school of Saint Charles exhibit opens Friday October twenty fifth Brandon ison newsradio one of five point nine FM WBBM news time ten thirty six what.

"lack remorse" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Down the block because people are running outside in stopping us for information kind of like the ice cream Manchester Henry rave in an animal lover himself opened his church to pause a man out here struggling nine would be trying to find different ways I consider my playing area resident Jackie lettered with two yep the dogs said this is a good thing I'm I'm very happy they're offering free vaccinations spaying and neutering exams and a pet food pantry in Inglewood my Krauser newsradio one oh five point nine FM news are sponsored by a teacher R. boost a wide Florida man shot and killed an unarmed black man outside a convenience store last year he's going to prison for twenty years markings McLachlan's girlfriend had parked in a handicapped spot at a convenience store and Michael dredge get told detectives he was irritated by people who illegally parked in those spots McLachlan's mother Monica more Robinson spoke in court although hate you but I will never forgive you she and blocked in spotter Michael say dredge got has lacked remorse deserve to die in prison in the Bible it says in order to get in the habit we must forgive those who trespass against at this point in my life I am not there yet the judge called dredge got a self appointed handy cap parking space monitor I met Donahue millions of retirees get a moderate increase in social security benefits nexus Social Security Administration says the Cola or cost of living adjustment will be one point six percent and twenty twenty that's about twenty four dollars a month for the average retired worker and after a significant increase this year that's more in line with what is typical but seniors complain the inflation yard stick that determines the annual adjustment doesn't adequately reflect their costs mainly for healthcare the Cola impacts nearly seventy million people including social security recipients disabled veterans and federal retirees my camp in Washington WB news time six fifty two market news is next and is now a page from the diary of flow dear diary I got the brush off again I don't get it is there something wrong with the way we've elbow wrist elbow.

"lack remorse" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

11:58 min | 1 year ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"In branchville fundraisers increased the reward won't pull to fifteen thousand dollars which was a significant a man in matamoros when daily wages averaged around two to three dollars but despite despite the reward and investigative efforts leads were already drawing up owners to way off the mark vanished his disappearance was featured in a ten minute segment of fox television's america's most wanted that was broadcast in the u._s. and mexico generating a total of two thousand goals from the public a mexican woman called implicate her boyfriend and matamoros police officer who spoke of arresting drunk ronca merican feeding marks description after a failed attempt to extort money from the american. The officer showed him as police lace. Corruption was a serious problem in mexico investigators honed in on officer with ties to the criminal london road that he was ultimately ruled here coles placed market various mexican bauges walsum saw him in the company of a woman and others client. He was restrained. Investigators noticed that references to occult rituals and sacrifices kept cropping up including leda delivered to police that was coveting scribblings scribblings of pentagram said the other symbols it featured a single sentence in spanish that translated to mock was not the first helen kilroy the expensive vehicles that the ranch led police to believe that would back in business the property was put under surveillance and agents sending out to determine the group's activities saws us and connections meanwhile the statue in the blue chevrolet was identified as a legua god from palo and effort cuban. You've been religion devoted to earthly powers and the worship of spirits and legua was considered a trista and diety of the roads worship and is believed making offerings to him would protect them on their travels. Just over a week week later on sunday april on police domed rancho santa lenin and found sixty four cans of marijuana and several firearms seraphin. He's abul elia and two other men. David cerna valdez and sergio martinez salinas were placed under arrest for drug trafficking taking the full men were interrogated into the early hours that age maintained relaxed mainers and refuse to answer questions. The ranch's kids ikea to mingo. Bustamante arrived for work that morning unaware that he's employers had been arrested when questioned in dubai police domingo said roughly three to four weeks prior a toll blonde haired young man was in the back of the blue chevrolet suburban band into blindfolded. The captives spoke english which domingo couldn't understand is hanley spoke spanish. He was kept in the vehicle taught and feeling sorry for him to mingo fed him and gave him water. The bosses took the prisoner away in the morning and domingo didn't know what happened to him off to that. When sharon photo of mark kilroy domingo's stated yes that's him following this revelation police intensified their interrogation so the four men in custody and to sarafin finally cracked uh hey explained that the group belonged to a religious sect led by cuban-american sorcerer named adolfo daisies constanzo referred into as their godfather over the previous months constanzo had ordered his followers to conduct several sacrificial rituals believing that would bring strength abundance immunity from injury and protection from law enforcement in a calm and deadpan mana sarafin sarafin revealed that molecule roy had been killed as part of these rituals quiet he was religion albizu l. food the following day of tuesday april eleven investigators from from mexico and the united states descended on rancho santa elena good at surfing to the property who's ongoing relaxed the main a- <hes> to mexican offices who beat him with their clubs and hands believing he lacked remorse or fear of consequences. Mhm investigators approached the wooden shack along saw the warehouse and were met with the stench of death. The mexican police expressed hesitancy hesitancy to going saud due to their fear witchcraft superstition and belief in the occult with fairly widespread in mexico with people people from all backgrounds believing in which is shamans and sorcerers as well as negative auras curses and spells herbs potions potions chomps magical emulates was sold in markets and rituals performed tequila will repel a variety of afflictions and dilemmas seraphin was taken into the shack where officers fanned too late candles on the floor indicating that someone had banning saw as is recently is that morning neither candles four kettles contained a dead brusca a goat's head but total coins twigs anti legua statue the floor was limited with tequila bottles coins housesmarts agha's and chili peppers they draw blood was spotted everywhere and two bloody wise hung from above which serafin explained were used to hold people by their wrists while all their blood was drained and noyon cool drancy set in the center of the room later identified as engonga a religious. This receptacle central to the palo religion believed to be inhabited by a spirit of the dead who acts as a god for ceremonies performed with the engonga. Uh the rancho santa lennon gaga was filled with what was described as a soup made from sticks ago ted chicken fate bones turtle herbs a horseshoe coins blood strands of hair and what appeared to be human remains sarafin.

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"lack remorse" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"My name is Jenny Thompson, and I am the founder and CEO of a company called safety pin technologies as the found of safety pin technologies. I think listeners unfamiliar with safety pin, and just hearing about you guys. For the first time, can you set the scene, and tell them more about the kind of problems that you so feel customers? But also, of course, what makes it unique from the solutions outlet. Absolutely. The company has developed a digital trust badge that lets people see at a glance who they can trust when they're using sharing and gig economy sites. And if you think about how often people are using a swipe or click to book a babysitter book, a dog Walker hire someone to take care of their elderly parents. We use it for almost everything. Now we know very little about that person. And we do know that a lot of the platforms, do their own background checks, but we. What's included in that necessarily or what their standards are? And so we've developed this peer to peer forward-facing trust badge that not only incorporates, a comprehensive criminal background check. But we've also developed a proprietary behavioral review, that we created with criminal profiler 's and clinical infringe psychologists. So even if somebody has a clean record, we can mitigate for people who have the type of behavior that may lead to them putting somebody at risk. I launched a new universe, which response Lisette colts safety pin will completely put you a moderate solution was straightaway approved by the full Mowatt, how secure chief and forensic, bro. Phone is like he told me about that. Sounds incredible story. Yeah. I was very fortunate. I reached out to my network, and I was looking for some people who had significant success in the law enforcement field. I don't come from law enforcement. I come as a as a corporate CEO. In the natural healthcare space. And so, I knew that I really needed people with DNA in that space, and I met a woman who introduced me to John Gill, who's the former chief security officer at the White House, and he also was in the secret service for twenty five years. And when I sat down and told them what we were doing and how we were combining the behavioral with the criminal history and mitigating. For the fact that so many crimes, go unreported and to be honest that a lot of people with criminal tendencies use these apps. In order to find people that they can scam. He he was onboard right away. You loved what we were doing. He wants to be part of it. He's been really supportive. He actually then connected me to Dr Nancy czars, who's the former lead forensic psychologist at Leavenworth maximum security, prison, and has studied the intersection of psychology and criminality her whole career, and she's one of the key people that helped us build out the actual questions that we use in the waiting and scoring method. -nology in order to eliminate people that caused concern on a few moments ago you did bunching up behavioral review, and I'm assuming that's incredibly curious. So you tell me more about how you say staife depend transforming filming the security level of the shown economy on also expanded a little bit more on that unique behavioral review, then having to do that. I won't give you any sample questions because we do try to keep them close to the chest. Reveal me is a song. Well, we're very careful to point out that we don't diagnose, and also, if you do, take the test, and don't meet our requirements. We don't have a negative indicator, so that's between us and you on our database in you. Really? And it's not information that we share with anybody. But the way that we see it is in the United States, forty percent of crimes going reported. And really one of the most shocking statistics is thirty percent of crimes where there's a weapon used or an injury. Still go unreported. And so the fact that somebody comes back with a clean criminal background. Check doesn't mean that they wouldn't put someone in danger and again, we're making very quick decisions on these apps. We're looking at somebody's profile. We're looking at ratings, which may be reliable, but also can be gamed or or can be overly a few sieve and also frequently have nothing to do with safety. So what we want to do is give people the option of adding a safety pin to their profile on whatever. Apper website. They're using to book jobs so that people can see at a glance, I've taken this extra step to get myself screened, so that, you know, I'm somebody you can trust. And with the behavioral review, does, is it looks for people who have the, the behavior characteristics of somebody who's on the scale of antisocial personality disorder or psychopathy and those sound much graver than they really are. There are eight to twelve percent of the US population falls under that umbrella and they are people who lack remorse, lack empathy are willing to victimize other people for their own benefit. And so we've developed the questionnaire with very specific goals in mind of not awarding a safety pin to people who present these characteristics or possibly present these characteristics. Huchon gin. To stop people from gaming the system and talking about, you, mentioned ways, lot, remorse and empathy. There's no way that people can game that system. And tell you what you want to hear a challenge to overcome any I'd be naive. If I said, there's no way, but I would say that we've really carefully balanced it with a combination of extremely carefully worded questions. I will share the story that we had somebody who was actually in the mail. Order bride importing business, who wanted to use our product and we chose not to work with them. And he's said, well, I'm just going to Google translate your questions, and I said you can do that. It's not gonna help. There's such nuance in the individual word choice between Ken and would and will and might and the way that it's weighted and scored so people may try to figure out what we're doing. We have some anti gaming technology deals in where if you answer this question one way you can't answer this question the same way because it would be a logical. We have control. Built in and we update the questions regularly, it's also impossible for somebody to change their answers. I'm curious what's the story behind safety pin and actually put you on this journey? I took a vacation after I, I left my last job. I mentioned I had been a CEO in the natural medicine field. And I left that job and was trying to figure out what I was going to do next. And when I returned from vacation, I found out that my dog sitter had not stayed with my dogs as she was supposed to. And when I let her go and told her that she had to pay me back the money that I had prepaid her for my next trip, she faked her own death instead of pay me back one hundred fifty dollars. Extra. Apparently she doesn't know about the block this caller feature on her phone. Yeah. And so, so I realized through the way everything had unfolded that she exhibited a lot of these traits. And I tried to figure out what could I have done differently to avoid the situation and as I got to speak with these experts and speak with John and doctors ours? And learn more about what tools there are two. I hate to use the word predict 'cause it's a little bit too strong here. I, I don't want to again diagnose anybody, but to potentially identify someone that would do these kinds of things, and it would have this pathological behavior. They're, they're actually pretty accessible tools for us. And so we were able to build the algorithm with that included. It's the founder of psych depend technologies which if we zoom out a woman owned startup in Baltimore of curious, what kind of challenges you encountered, as a woman in tech is building a stall took outside of Silicon Valley. Early after been any challenges, you've got to overcome that. And they've been any challenges how much time do we have for this interview? And I, I'll say, I think that women in tech is is true, and it's a misnomer because I'm not a developer. I'm not an engineer. So the company is attacked company, but I'm not someone who knows how to write code or how to build software, and I have an amazing CTO that does that for me. I think if you look at this, it's very clear that women get a lot less funding. We are asked questions. How are we going to avoid disaster? Instead of how are we going to create wins? And I'm someone who spent most of my career working with people who have what I refer to as kind of a gentle sexism, and so I'm very used to it, and it always been able to allow for it and, and to mitigate against it, and it's been very different. And I'm not one to to cry. Sexism, very lightly. And I, I think it's more those unconscious biases that absolutely result in people. And interestingly in men and women treating women differently. I, I think when you look at the statistics women unless they have funds that are expressly investing in women. They are not actually doing that much better of a job than the males are. And then being in Baltimore I spent a lot of time in New York because the networking opportunities and getting to meet investors assume greater but being in Baltimore to very small ecosystem, it, obviously, has a reputation through the TV show the wire and the actual news. And so some people love that because they love the idea of, of helping a city rebuild itself, and some people don't feel comfortable knowing the market, it very much limits your abilities to, to get partners into get funding. When people tend to be. More focused on silicone valley, or silicone, alley bushland country spices that you mentioned, are you saying them improving or are they still the I think they are still there in very real way. And I actually had I was talking to investor and he said, I'm just, I'm just gathering some information for research. How old are you in? Do you have children? And I thought they would never ask a male founder that question. It certainly not the second part. But I don't think the first part, either at the same time I am very cautious not to ascribe everything to sexism, or to be on the east coast. I think I have this fantasy that if I were a guy on the west coast, my, my startup would be fully funded, and we would be off to the races at, at extreme levels, and I and I don't know that that's true. But I think that there is absolutely. A, a small town bias. And if E mail bias both of which. I think are somewhat unconscious, but still very, very present. People listening, you're curious about safety pin technologies and everything that you've created he can you just maybe walk them through how to apply for a pain how it works. And how to get verified. Absolutely said. The website is get a safety pin dot com and you go there and click apply..

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"lack remorse" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Everything with judge Amy Berman Jackson before rendering a sentence gave a blistering speech from the bench. She cited the lack remorse talked about manafort's repeated crimes over many years, and the fact that he had tampered with witnesses in the case, she sent us into an additional forty three months on top of the sentence that had been imposed in Virginia and is not over yet here in the city. Did you hear what happened DA Cyrus Vance Manhattan DA not taking any chances that President Trump might try to pardon his friend on the federal charges unsealed an indictment today almost on cue charging Manafort with more than a dozen charges growing out of an investigation. We started in twenty seventeen including mortgage fraud, if convicted on any of these new sixteen charges, he can't be pardoned by President Trump said. Vance. Hey, no one's beyond the law here in New York. Clair's is recalling three makeup products. After US regulators warned they might have as best does the FDA says product samples tested positive, but that Clair's initially refused to recall anything that might have already been sold retailer at the time disputed the test results, but said it would at least remove the product from its doors. Now, the company recalling all products so between two thousand sixteen and now says is down aware of anybody being sick. And my the makeup Clair's rep wasn't immediately available for comment was this. I'm eight twenty six Bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins. And here is Jeff Bellinger. The key stock indexes posted gains of six tenths to seven tenths percent. The Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred forty eight points to twenty five thousand seven hundred two the NASDAQ closed fifty two points higher the S and P five hundred subtle at a four-month high on a gain of nineteen points. Boeing shares avoided a meltdown closing up about half a percent. Even after President Trump announced the grounding of seven thirty-seven, max jets. Shares of VERA Bradley, rose twenty two percent. The retailer same store sales were down in the latest quarter. But not by as much as feared and bureau Bradley has been weaning customers off discounts for its purses and backpacks. The Labor Department didn't detect much inflation at the wholesale level last month, the producer price index ticked up a tenth of a percent in February spending on construction project surged at the start of the year, the Commerce Department reports spending increased one point three percent in January Bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour. I'm Jeff Bellinger, fourteen ten win. Now. This message Memorial Sloan Kettering cancer center. More science, less fear. Visit them at m s k c c dot org wins news time eight twenty seven..

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"lack remorse" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on WRVA

"RV a time to own one. Moments after being sentenced to yet more prison time in Washington DC, President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been charged today with state crimes in New York. Details from ABC's Aaron Katersky accused of making false statements on a mortgage application to obtain millions of dollars in loans. The indictment was returned earlier this month, but unsealed as Manafort was sentenced in Washington DC, even if Manafort receives a pardon from President Trump, he could still go to prison based on these new state charges. ABC's chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas is at the federal courthouse in DC with details on the sentencing hearing that preceded the new indictments all metaphor threw himself on the mercy of the court today, leaving with the judge to show leniency. You talked about how he was about to turn seventeen years old. And the fact that his wife is in her late sixties, he said she needs me, and I need her. He apologized and said, basically, the case it cost him everything. The judge Amy Berman Jackson before rendering a sentence gave a bliss. Speech from the bench. She cited the lack remorse talked about manafort's repeated crime over many years, and the fact that he had tampered with witnesses in the case. She sent us to an additional forty three months on top of the sentence that had been imposed in Virginia ABC news, political director recline on possible implications from a lot of different sources that Muller seems to be close to completing his work. It could be that. This was the last major piece of sentencing that he wanted to see happen before he closed up shop. So I think we're in the hot zone for expecting your report. It doesn't mean we're going to get one. If you're having problems with Facebook. You're not alone. Users tweeting about problems with posting and live streaming among other things. Some users are locked out completely. And receive a message saying the fight is down for required maintenance right now when attempting to log in users are also reporting issues with an Instagram a high school student in Fredericksburg has died after collapsing during gym class school administer. Traders say the tenth grader had been playing basketball at James Monroe high school school officials have not released the student's name or a possible cause of death..

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"lack remorse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In Washington DC to Nathan Hager for world and national headlines. Nathan Paul former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is going to be looking for leniency later today when he's sentenced for Bank and tax fraud. But is Bloomberg's Bob moon reports special counsel, Robert Muller isn't hearing what he wants from Manafort, also, it's important to note still awaiting Robert Muller's final report. And so I think that that will be kind of the piece that will tie this all together Washington reporter, Kathleen hunter, here's Bob moon in their last pre sentence submission. Prosecutors accuse Manafort of lacking remorse, but for the appointment of the special counsel. They say Manafort has suggested he would not have been charged with hiding more than fifty five million dollars abroad failing to pay more than six million in Texas and defrauding financial institutions have more than twenty five million dollars the president who said this has nothing to do with him. But that hasn't quilt speculation Trump might pardon metaphor. Once he's sentenced Senator Marco Rubio was warned that would be a disastrous mistake. I think in fact that something like that were to happen. It could trigger debate about whether the pardon powers should be amended. A pardon Rubio who said would not pass the smell test. Bob moon. Bloomberg radio the house plans to vote later today on a resolution against bigotry. That's after some Democrats came out against an earlier Bill condemning anti semitism was seen as an indirect slap at freshman congresswoman Ilhan, Omar for comments she's made about Israel's influence on US policy. Michigan democrat, Debbie Dingle me to be clear this entire institution Republicans and Democrats that we stand up against hatred bigotry and move onto what he the American people. Want us to do the Queen has posted her first Instagram Queen Elizabeth the second used an ipad to Sharon image from the science museum in London on the Royal family Instagram account,.

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"lack remorse" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of the forecast. Some clearing by daybreak with areas of fog to form, a low of forty three degrees are Saturday brings fair skies. Right into the. Evening. A high of fifty six near fifty during the evening hours as for Sunday, sunshine, and increasing clouds, a high of sixty three from your severe weather station. Am nine first warning chief meteorologist, Steve Raleigh. News radio. Seven hundred wwl w the radar shows rain moving eastward out of the area, but still covering parts of Hamilton, Clermont and Brown counties as well. As a few counties down in northern Kentucky. It is thirty nine degrees. Right now news is a service of progressive insurance. And Ohio congressman says rising inflation rates are having real impacts for working men and women congressman Tim Ryan a Youngstown area. Democrat says this midterm is critical for people who live paycheck to paycheck, your food's going up and your gas is going up in your healthcare costs are going up. You're not breathing a sigh of relief, you're not comfortable. And that's really where the still is. Ryan tells Fox News he would repeal eighty three percent of the task cuts made possible. In the tax cuts and jobs act of two thousand seventeen is Ryan says that goes to the top one percent in Columbus. Jared alad NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w for the third time. The Ohio parole board has recommended that Tom Nowy should not be released. The Toledo blade reports. A majority on the board has found it would be inappropriate to commute Nowy sentence saying that he still lacks remorse. No, we stole millions of dollars from Ohio workers comp funds skimming money from his investment into rare coins. He still owes over thirteen million dollars in restitution, News.

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"lack remorse" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"And she's she's a little bit trouble here because she promoted events at Arizona State University that featured a lawyer convicted of aiding a terrorist organization. I was just trying to be politically, correct. Miss cinnamon, girl. Co-founder the activist group local to global Justice. You should tell you all you need to know local to global Justice invited people in the now close Yahoo group to attend to events with Lynn Stewart's both in two thousand three at the time of the invite. Lynn Stewart have been charged with helping her former client, Omar Abell Rochman, a radical AGIP, shin spiritual leader of a terror group the pass on secret messages to his followers to commit terrorist attacks Rodman was a former client of Stewart's it was charged and sentenced to life in the nineteen nineties for plotting to blow up the United Nations and FBI building two tunnels and a bridge in New York and the first events invite cinnamon girl said the lawyer was emphatically not guilty and would not have been charged with the crime. If it weren't for the hastily enacted Patriot Act that expanded the US government's power to Seville people indus- catch Stewart passing on messages in the. The wake of the September eleventh two thousand one terror attacks. She says prior to the September eleventh and the hastily enacted Patriot Act. Lynn Stewart never would have been indicted at all last April went onto same FBI agents, arrested Stewart's ever Brooklyn home as they took her away in handcuffs, the FBI invaded and searched her Manhattan office her crime doing her job for the past twenty-seven years as an outspoken criminal defence lawyer. Well, the second event with Stewart came just days after the first cinnamon girls description of Stewart was not particularly accurate two years after the events in Arizona Stewart was convicted of aiding the radical cleric to pass on secret messages to a US designated terror group called the Islamic group. She was initially sentenced to Twenty-eight months in prison, but in two thousand ten she was resentenced again for ten years behind bars. The federal judge said Stewart also committed perjury and lacked. Remorse after first sentencing. The lawyer was eventually released in two thousand thirteen due to her medical condition, and she died in two thousand seventeen Stewart reportedly helped rock Mon known as the blind shake between one thousand nine hundred ninety seven and two thousand two to pass instructions onto terror group followers. And this cinnamon girl, actually was facilitating her speaking at Arizona State University. Now, I say that to say this now, we got some polling data outlet, ladies and gentlemen, and Representative Martha mcsally Republican from Arizona now holds a six point lead over cinnamon girl. Surge pastor, this is a new poll ABC fifteen o Ohio insights, poets OH. I guess it stands for. I don't know. Released today found that forty seven percent of likely voters fever MC Sally in the race to replace Jeff flake. Who's retiring forty-one percent say they favor the cinnamon girl. Four percent say they support green party candidate Angela green appropriate. And the survey said green may be taking away support on the left from cinnamon. Girl are September fifth poll showed MC Sally taking the lead over cinema and continues to lead in October chief pollster Mike noble said in a statement the combination of Angela green entering the race. And Trump's approval increase is having a negative effect on cinnamon girl, making your numbers, go down. Here's something else. To for the longest time. I'm looking at realclearpolitics 'cause this is the the Nevada Senate race, and this is with dean Heller and Jackie rose. And she's the democrat. He's. Is the incumbent Republican? Well, as recent as the twenty ninth of September CNN had Rosen leading by four points now in the new NBC news Marras poll. Heller has jumped ahead by two points. I hope all this hold. I really do. Because I want to see that chick again with the red white and blue campaign hat on and the glasses. Not again. No. I want to see these folks butthurt. Yes. They are just they're already going nuts anyway, and you can't call him a mob on CNN we demonstrated this yesterday when we played you audio from Brooke Baldwin. And now what's his face over there? What's the hold on a second? Don lemon. He's shut down. Another guest who referred to this leftist mob is a mob. We can't call him a mob. Now the right wing there the mob. Don, lemon told network contributor Matt Lewis same guy that was on Brooke wall Baldwin, by the way to shut up. Yes. This was last night during an explosive debate over what constitutes a mob and light of Senator Ted Cruz and his wife being chased out of a restaurant back and forth came hours after anchor Brooke Baldwin tangled with Lewis and fellow CNN contributor Mary Katharine ham over whether protesters should be labeled as a mob with Baldwin telling both. She wanted to move past the m word because it is part of the weaponization of what's happening now on the right? The weaponization so calling mob mob is weaponising. The heck is that supposed to even mean Louis was invited on lemon show CNN tonight to continue the conversation or the conversation or the conservative Daily Beast columnist made the point that the tea party didn't hound people out of restaurants and was as was the case with cruise last month or homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen over the summer, or of course, Sarah Sanders. We've seen this happen over and over. He says the tea party didn't how people the tea party hounded me when I went over to cover them lemon shot back, and do you know what I said it was their right to do it because they are Americans. And Lewis says Don if they started following you around a restaurant in running you out of places, but that doesn't mean that people don't get to object limited erupted. Well, that's your right as an American to object. It's it's covered in the first amendment. You see that the objection clause? It's like the first one. So they went back and forth on this. And then lemon losses. Patients. Will you? Let me finish. Please. Let me finish. Lewis said bring it on mine if I have a drink. You can do whatever you want. You can leave the show if you want lemon says, well, I'm not gonna do that. Well, then shut up and let me do it. Lemon says thank you very much. The ankle continued in the constitution, you can protest whenever and wherever you want. It doesn't tell you that you can't do it in a restaurant that you can't do it on a football field. It doesn't tell you that you can't do it on a cable news. You can do it wherever you want to call people mobs because they're exercising. The constitutional right. Is just beyond the pale. Well, they are mobs. Look, here's the thing. You don't have. How many times we gotta go through this? You don't have a right to go in a restaurant in protest. You do not have a right to go in disturb, everybody else's dinner. You can be thrown out of a restaurant. Now, if you want to go out on the street in protest, that's fine. But you don't have a right to go into a man or a woman's business and disrupt their business, you just don't have a right to do that, nor do you have a right to protest at work. Which is what I've said about these idiots that are kneeling for the national anthem. You think well, I have the right? No, you don't are you at work. Okay. Well, you don't have a right to protest at work. Now, you have a right. Not to go to work and protest in front of your job. That's fine. If you don't if you wanna miss a day, or whatever and go carry a placard out in front of your job and walk back and forth fine. But you don't have a right to go into the business and disrupted. So this is just nonsense. Risi objection clause in the concert. I've never seen that in the first amendment there. It is right objection. Insane. We've got a spokesman for men's rights Edmonson contributed to a voice for men dot com. We've had Karen on before we're trying to get a beat on her last name. Scrawny? I believe is how you pronounce it. The warm men is now the official slogan the democrat party, she says encouraging women to hate and fear men as rapist is not a cultural development. It's a political weapon. Democrats are trying to replicate their electoral success among blacks, which they cheaply achieve by convincing them Republicans are racists. And now they're trying to convince everybody that white men are rapist. So they've convinced the black folks that Republicans are racist. Now, they want to convince everybody else that white males or rapist. So we'll talk with her at thirty five after she's our expert of the.

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"lack remorse" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Can AM seven hundred Tucson's. Most stimulating talk three things. I think you need to know number one. Yes. It right now. The latest ABC fifteen OH predictive insights, Paul has mixed Sally up six over cinema forty-seven forty one. And it's not good for cinema. As a couple of stories have come out that are not good one. We'll get to this. She was organizing meetings for people to hang out with a terrorist sympathizing, a lawyer who got busted for helping well terrorist attacks happen. And then I said you explain that one away. Also, she back in her radical days, and she's still a radical. She tries to hide it by dressing like a normal person. What does that mean a person that's on? We're gonna pink to to a green hair. That's what it means. She also compared American soldiers dying to people crossing our border illegally in dying. Not good for Kirstin. Second thing. I think you need to know big debate last night between Liam Marquez Peterson their Republican and anchor Patrick the democrat for CD to accelerate old seat, and and Kirkpatrick showed her true colors. I give it to her for being honest. She wants no border wall, but amnesty for Dacca recipients and dreamers. She also wants Medicare for all and said, she's extremely proud of her votes for ObamaCare. That's why she's running to make sure ObamaCare stays alive. She says the the stories from the dreamers are just tragic, and that's why she wants to work for them and everything else and. Yeah. And also, the January shooting made her change and want gun control. Just some of the things she stands for. She is not in step with the mainstream as they say third thing. I think you need to know Kevin McCarthy Republican congressman the house majority leader leader, according to Breitbart news, they had the story, and it was confirmed. He is going to introduce a Bill that would fully fund Trump's border wall. Twenty three point four billion with nothing else in it, no strings attached. Or I give us this. We'll give you Dacca. We'll give you nothing. They wanna make it a mid-term referendum twenty three point four billion. Now, it'd probably pass the house, but it has to get through the Senate, we need sixty votes. Let's Mitch wants to change it to fifty but they wanna make this a midterm thing to make even more Republican squad and vote and say man, you're gonna because if they could reintroduce us again. Once the new congress starts in January. I think that's the plan three things. I think you need to know. I wish they didn't wait till now to do this. But they wanna use it to try to get people out there to motivate them, even more to go. Go vote, which is pretty cool. Pretty cool. So Martha's up forty seven forty one. Now, the lead continues to grow not looking good for Kirstin cinema. And there's a story. I put it on my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Garrett Lewis radio like it and follow it. I also I also. Put it on my Twitter account at gear. Lewis on Twitter tweeted it out. Fox News has the story. Senate damn hopeful Kirstin cinema promoted events, featuring convicted terror lawyer, excuse me. Yeah. There was a terrorist lawyer that was convicted for aiding and Islam, est terrorist organization and its leader. Can you believe that? A lawyer her name is Lynn Stewart. Lynn, stuart. Let me take you back. Here's the cinema. Apparently was a co founder of an activist group called local to global Justice. We've talked about that where she. She she ragged on American soldiers. She called them terrorist. She compared she said our American soldiers are committing terror in the Middle East. That's what she said Kirstin cinema. So she's a co this activist group local to global Justice the two two. She invited people in a now closed. Yahoo group to attend two events with a woman named Linda Stewart, these two events are in two thousand and three Lynn Stewart at the time of the invite was already charged with helping her former client Islamic radical terrorists, Omar op del rock Mon. She was charged with helping that guy radical terrorists. She helped pass on secret messages to his followers to commit terror attacks. This will again, do you understand what I'm saying? She literally was caught she would take notes and direction from her terrorist. Client, Omar, Omar, Abdel Rochman and she would pass them onto his followers. So they could commit terror attacks. And this woman was invited to events that Kirstin cinema organized. Let's hear from this woman who is helping terror attacks happen. And she wants to be your Senator. How do you? Explain this one away. Mon was charged and sentenced to life in the nineteen nineties for plotting to blow up the UN and FBI building tunnels and a bridge in New York City, and this woman was helping him achieve those tried to achieve those goals and Kirstin cinemas like I like you lunch. Come talk to my people at our at our at group local to global Justice in the first events. Invite cinema said the lawyer was quote emphatically, not guilty, and quote, don't you love that? And would not have been charged with the crime. If it weren't for the hastily enacted Patriot Act. Yeah. That extent expanded our government's power to surreal people and catch Lynne. Stewart was right after nine eleven. Cinema posted prior to the eleventh prouder September eleventh and the hastily enacted enacted at Patriot Act. Lynn Stewart never would have been indicted at all she added last April F B, and this is in two thousand three last April FBI agents, arrested Stewart at her Brooklyn home as they took her away in handcuffs, the FBI invaded and search term had an office her crime doing her job for the past twenty-seven years as an outspoken criminal defence lawyer. The second event that she invited Stewart to came just days later after the first cured again Lynn Stewart took messages from her terrorist client and passed them to his followers. They commit Terex and Kirstin suet and cinema thought that that was just fine. Just fine. Cinema's description of Stewart was not particularly accurate two years after events the events in Arizona Stewart was convicted when Stewart convicted of aiding the radical Egyptian cleric to pass on secret messages to a US designated terror group called the Islamic group. So. We're cinema said she would be innocent. She would never be indicted. She didn't do anything wrong. She's emphatically not guilty that secure Ston cinemas said about this woman. You'll Stewart was initially sentenced to Twenty-eight months in prison. But in two thousand ten re-sentence for ten years. The federal judge said Stewart also committed perjury and lacked remorse after her first hearing. She eventually was released in twenty th two thousand thirteen due to her medical condition and died last year. And Kirstin cinema. Said that she was not guilty. This lady was such a sicko. This Lynn Stewart. She literally lacked remorse after she got caught passing on instructions from her terrorist client to other little terrorists to carry out terrorist attacks. How do you recover from this? You add up all of the the I mean just horrific things from the past the the two. The fact that she called our soldiers terrorists they're committing acts of terror in the Middle East to try and look out for adults that got caught paying for sex with child prostitutes. What are they didn't know they were underage? That's what she said. There's so many horrible things and. If Martha wasn't such a bad candidate. It would be like seventy five to twenty five at this particular point because there are some people that just don't pay attention. Right. But at least Martha's up by six whether it's the cavenaugh affect I don't know. That's that's driving people to say, I'm gonna vote Republican because Democrats are just bad. So Martha's just getting that by default. I I don't know. But this this cinema is just awful. By the way, this Lynch Stewart who again was invited to to events organized by Houston cinema. She helped this rock Mon. He's the blind Sheikh guy. She helped him between nineteen ninety seven and two thousand two to pass instructions to his terror groups followers. Bloomberg news reported Rochman relied on Lynn, Stewart and two other people. Withdraw his group's support for the ceasefire with the Egyptian government after its nineteen Ninety-seven terror attack that left sixty two people dead. Fox News broke this story. Shockingly, the cinema campaign did not respond to Fox News is repeated requests for a comment. It shouldn't even be frigging close, right? Shouldn't be close. Would you like to comment on this? Eight eight zero eight zero five six seven eight and it's on my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Gary Lewis radio like it and follow it. But we're not done there. That's just the beginning of the bad news. For Kirstin cinema. Oh, there's more. Having the goal to compare our soldiers, our military members dying in battle, comparing them dying in battle. Two people crossing our border illegally and dying. Really? That's what you're going with. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. That's coming up seven eighteen..

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KFC to provide sensitivity training after Mississippi incident with deaf woman

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KFC to provide sensitivity training after Mississippi incident with deaf woman

"To jail for nine years and Harris for. Six but judge Kramer on Friday said l. Minna lack remorse for what happened and throughout the. Deal and that man both deals were thrown. Out those men now go to trial where they could face life in. Prison authorities are investigating these suspected overdose death in Trump, Tower New York year, Fifty-one-year-old Dennis shields the on On again. Off again boyfriend of reality TV personality Bethany Frankel months after Starbucks did. It another well-known companies ordering. Employees to undergo sensitivity training the management of two, hundred, seventy Kentucky Fried Chicken. Taco Bell and Pizza Hut franchises has

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"lack remorse" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Saturday August. Eleventh twenty, eighteen. Coming up on KCBS and intentionally. Set southern California wildfire that raged. Way too close to homes has continued to grow with very little, containment good morning I'm Peter Finch KCBS news time is twelve thirty one CBS news update there's no terrorism, suspected in, fact the FBI, sees no additional criminal activity following the theft. Of a commuter plane Friday, night at Seattle Tacoma airport the. Air National. Guard scrambled interceptors the stolen plane crash a short time later point belong to horizon airlines chief operating officer constants found mule approximately eight PM one of. Our two. Four hundred, airplanes. Made an unauthorized takeoff from seatac airport We believe it was. Taken by a single horizon air employee, and that, no other passengers. Or crew were on board it, was believed killed they don't believe that he had any formal pilots training but just to give you a point of background for what I've. Understood from people who knew and worked with the man who took the plane they tell me he was part of what. They call, in ground services operations part. Of a team KIRO TV reporter Gary, horseshoe, CBS news update I'm Tom Foty KCBS news? Time twelve thirty to. A stunning, development in the ghost ship criminal trial yesterday as the judge decided to toss the plea deals for, both defendants, the judge's declaration shocked the courtroom, where family and friends. Of the victims killed were in attendance for more, on the sentencing hearing, KCBS Doug, sovereign and Patty. Rising talked with KP, five correspondent Melissa Cain Melissa how unusual is it for Judge to toss a plea deal oh, well Abby said stunning. This was absolutely a shock to everyone in the courtroom, may be a relief to sell maybe a problem for others that it just almost never ever happened I remember this is a plea deal that, would negotiated by a judge a judge Jacobson who was the initial hearing judge. Who worked really really hard to get, the defense, counter defendant's council. And the district attorney to this, place and then to explode this very very carefully crafted a plea deal is just real extraordinaire Melissa you're an attorney or lawyer and and. You and I were both in this courtroom at different points during this case but how weird or unusual is it to. Have one, judge agreed to a plea. A plea deal and then another toss, it, out at the sensing hearing That's the other part that's really unusual. Meanwhile cert- remake the courthouse Christmas party awkward with one who worked so so very hard and I guess after. Two, days, of hearing and. Then Mr. letter to sort of not passing muster I mean Kramer must've been really really. Motivated to do this because he really put a lot on the. Line and risks angering a co worker and the district attorney's office which as a criminal a criminal court judge you see all the time, really upsetting a lot of folks that he's going to be dealing with an ongoing basis. So he must have felt very, very compelled to do what he did today for one understand, Derek almond one of the, defendants who was going to spend nine years in prison he wrote a letter a really. Long letter to probation and then he did make testimony in the courtroom today the, judge found that, he was lacking remorse that was for his written comments My understanding, is based. On the letter where. He basically described. Himself, as a victim in, that letter and it's not unlike what his attorney has been. Saying I mean you've interviewed Mr. Serra consistently said that the real perpetrator here is Oakland and their. Failure to inspect properly and that, his client is one of the real victims in this case so it's maybe not surprising the letter reflected what his what his attorney hasn't, arguing the whole time, but I'll tell, you the person here who should be really upset is my heritz because this was a sort of a joint deal and. So if alma doesn't get the, plea deal than heritage goes out the window to and there's no indication that he was anything but remorseful and appropriately Sutton with this deal that. Was KPI five correspondent Melissa king KCBS news time twelve, thirty five while thousands of a struggle to get a. DMV appointment one group of Californians has its. Very own DMV office the sack Sacrimento be reports there's an, unmarked DMV office in the legislative office building near the. State capital, in Sacramento it's for members of the legislature members of congress legislative staff members and various other elected an appointment officials the office is not open to the general public it's not. Known how wait times at the secret DMV office compare to the offices the rest of us have. To deal with reporters notebook I'm Stephen Portnoy at the White House the president says NFL players are quote added again kneeling during the. Star spangled banner be happy be cool Mr. Trump urges find another way to protest he says if they don't stand for the national, anthem players should be suspended without pay and. He went further saying protesters are demonstrating outrage for something, he says most of them are unable to define surely those who kneel. Could explain why they do it to call attention to. The way People of color. Are seen in this country in the eyes of those who. 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"lack remorse" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Near the water overnight tonight tomorrow not as hot inland and been a warm stretch the past couple of days air quality is better the ocean breeze pushing a little farther inland and highs falling low. To mid nineties tomorrow upper eighties too low nineties on Sunday still above average just not as hot near the. Water seasonably cool like you have been sixties and seventies were likely both weekend days near the Bank and fifties and sixties are likely right at the beach next week is the onshore. Flow gets. A bit stronger in that big strong ridge of high pressure which is kept California baking for. The past four or five weeks it's finally beginning to move and the atmosphere will cool down a bit as a result. So, highs may fall below average Away from. The water for the first time in a while. By the middle of next week likely dropping to the low to mid, eighty s I'm meteorologist. Paul the KPI x five in KCBS forecast traffic and weather together on the, it's, on all news one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news, time six twenty one or Newswatch continues stunning development. And the ghost ship criminal. Trial and Oakland today. The judge decided, to toss the plea deals for both defendants the judge's declaration shocked some. In the courtroom where family members of. The victims cheered. And shouted following the decision we're gonna talk a. Little bit more about the sentencing hearing which live on the KCBS ring central Newsline by legal analysts and KPI x five correspondent Melissa Hain. Melissa how unusual is it for a judge to toss a plea deal, oh well have you said stunning this was absolutely a shock to everyone in the courtroom maybe. A released us maybe a problem for others that it just almost never ever happened I. Remember this is a plea deal Bill that would negotiated by a judge a judge, Jacobson who was the initial hearing judge who worked really really. Hard, to get the defense cow defendant's council and the district attorney to this place and then to explode this very, very carefully crafted a plea deal is just really extraordinary Melissa you're an attorney or lawyer and you and I are both in this. Courtroom at different points during this case but how weird is it. Too or unusual is it to have one judge agreed to a plea a plea deal and then another toss. It out at the sensing hearing that that's the other part that's really unusual amino remake the, courthouse Christmas party awkward with one who worked so so very hard. And, I guess after two days of hearing and then Mr. letter to? Sort, of, not passing muster Armin? Kremer must've been really really motivated to do this because. He really put a, lot on the line and risks angering a co worker and the. District attorney's office which as a Krimmer Final a criminal court judge, you see all? The time really upsetting a lot of folks that he's going to be dealing with an ongoing basis so he must have, felt very very compelled to do what he did today from. What I understand Derek almanac one of the defendants who was going to spend nine years in prison he wrote a letter a, really long letter to probation and then he did make testimony in the courtroom today the judge found that he was lacking remorse that was, for his written comments Monitor it was based on the letter where he basically described himself as. A victim in that letter and it's not unlike, what his attorney has been saying I mean Doug interviewed Mr. Sarah he's consistently said that, the real perpetrator here is Oakland and their. Failure to. Inspect properly and that. His, client, is, one of, the real victims in this. Case so it's maybe not surprising that the letter reflected what his what his attorney hasn't. Arguing the whole time but I'll tell you. The. Person here who should be really upset is my Harris. Because. This was a a sort of joint deal and so if l. it doesn't get the deal then harasses Pedo goes. Out the window to and there's, no indication that he was anything but remorseful and appropriately Sutton with this deal. All right thank you so much Melissa Melissa Cain KPI x five reporter, and legal analyst he's been covering the case a quite, a turn of events in that Oakland courtroom today let's. Check out the developments on Wall Street Jeff. Bellinger is a super micro in Tell money stocks fell in Friday trading as a currency crisis in. Turkey spooked, markets around the. World, the Dow Jones industrials fell one hundred ninety six points or three quarters of a percent twenty five thousand three thirteen the NASDAQ and the s&p five hundred both. Fell seven tenths percent the government's gauge of retail level inflation the consumer price index rose two tenths percent. Last month the core CPI which excludes energy and food prices was also up two-tenths percent the core CPI was up two point four. Percent from July of last year that was the, biggest year over year jump in a decade Ericsson announced that some of its mobile networking, gear will be built in the US by. The end. Of the year the. Swedish, technology, company, says Florida-based, Jabil will produce its product. Starting in the fourth quarter Ericsson has not decided yet whether it will build its own..

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"lack remorse" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lack remorse" Discussed on WCHS

"Mark warner is vice chair of the senate intelligence committee he wants to hear about russia is threatened not begin in 2016 and it certainly didn't in with the election today sentencing day for a man who set up a bomb in lower manhattan emergency vehicles to whisk 23rd street back in september 2016 when he meets detonated a pressure cooker bomb he placed near a construction dumpster the container absorbed much of the blast put more than thirty people were injured federal prosecutors said brahimi should face life in prison and the defence cannot really argue because his conviction requires it but defense attorneys asked the judge not to pile on prosecutors said rahimi lacks remorse and has tried to radicalize fellow inmates while he awaits sentencing in prison aaron katersky abc news new york the remington gun companies filing for bankruptcy the company's bottom line took a hit when president trump was elected because gun enthusiasts weren't is worried about losing excess two weapons and buying slowed at the olympics soon korea american emily sweden crashed badly at the luge what was able to walk away abc's alex stone says there are also safety questions on the slopes jamie anderson from california one golden snowboard slopes style now the governing body of world skiing and snowboarders being criticised for letting the event go forward in extreme wind and icedover jumps jenny would dacas with the international ski federation now it was very difficult conditions for the writers in fact so tough forty of the fifty wrongs ended with a rider falling or bailing out in my pd and secret service are searching for the person who said a letter full of white powder to the president's son donald trump jr is wiped the nestle was the one who opened it she was checked out at a hospital and is fine the letter was postmarked in boston and a british judge has just up held the arrest warrant for wikileaks founder julian assange he's wanted in sweden on.

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