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Fresh update on "law enforcement agencies" discussed on Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:21 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "law enforcement agencies" discussed on Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

"Larry Hogan is using your tax dollars to run out to continue the hoax of Covid 19. The Maryland Constitution provides methods for redressing these atrocities. But it is not a self enforcing document. Those we elect must act. The General Assembly can and should impeach and remove Larry Hogan and other complicit politicians. The attorney general of Maryland, as well as other local law enforcement agencies. And prosecutors can and should investigate and indict those who have misused the police power of the state to violate the rights of the people. This is their duty. This.

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Fresh "Law Enforcement Agencies" from Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:57 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh "Law Enforcement Agencies" from Sean Hannity

"Goodbye. Police helicopter flyover right now, and the family and law enforcement agencies have asked people to line highway 92 starting right about now. To show support for the family and the widow as the procession and the hearse makes its way from the church to the burial site that does involve some intersection closures here, so let's get that here's Doug Turnbull Cherokee authorities. Good afternoon. By the way, you have just shut down 92 westbound there right in front of first Baptist, Woodstock between trick and Road and Woodstock Road to allow that procession to proceed, and we're seeing on the triple T traffic alerts have delays on 92 in both directions between 5 75 and First Baptist Woodstock. Not only the procession goes through and the rolling closure, but also people lined the streets there and pay their homage there to officer. Birds will have more minutes on 95.5 WSB. It's 83 degrees on Peachtree Street at 301 storms this afternoon and tomorrow, Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Knits is in for Kurt Mellish..

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Fresh update on "law enforcement agencies" discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:33 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "law enforcement agencies" discussed on Sean Hannity

"SB 24 hour News Center Relatively brief, but very deeply moving. Funeral service has just concluded in Woodstock, the funeral for the fall in Holly Springs police officer 24 year old Joe Bursa, the American flag on his casket, just folded and presented to his family. His family has been escorted out now to the sound of bagpipes earlier. Eulogy from his sister. So there's so much I want to say to you and there's so much I want to thank you for I could go on for days. But it is time to say goodbye. Police helicopter flyover right now, and the family and law enforcement agencies have asked people to line highway.

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Fresh update on "law enforcement agencies" discussed on Erick Erickson

Erick Erickson

00:33 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "law enforcement agencies" discussed on Erick Erickson

"You hear the bagpipes in the distance that is live from Woodstock in Cherokee County. Right now morning that fallen 24 year old Holly Springs Police officer. Channel two is Chris Jose's at the First Baptist Church in Woodstock. We have seen law enforcement members People from the community out there laying more flowers outside his patrol car. Today we are expecting friends, family community members and law enforcement agencies from all across the state of Georgia. We have just watched behind that bagpipe player. The coffin. Draped in an American flag being wheeled into the church, followed by escorted by law enforcers from several agencies. It appears and by the family, they're also asking people Maybe out about too line Highway.

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Fresh update on "law enforcement agencies" discussed on Erick Erickson

Erick Erickson

00:35 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "law enforcement agencies" discussed on Erick Erickson

"Weather traffic 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk. It's still 30. Good afternoon. I'm Sabrina Coupet Live in the WSB 24 hour news center here in Atlanta. Holly Springs police officer killed last week in the line of duty is going to be laid to rest this afternoon in Acworth. The funeral for Joe Burson, scheduled for two o'clock at First Baptist Church of Woodstock shelters. Chris Jose is covering the service. We have seen law enforcement members people from the community out there laying more flowers outside his patrol car. Today we are expecting friends, family community members and law enforcement agencies from all across the state of Georgia. Now the service is open to the public. He died when he was dragged by a suspect during a traffic stop on Hickory Road. The suspect was shot and killed. The governor has ordered flags at half staff.

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Gov't Probe: Protest Not Broken up Because of Trump Photo Op

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Gov't Probe: Protest Not Broken up Because of Trump Photo Op

"A federal watchdog is out with a report on white racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House last summer demonstrators protest the George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette park with pepper pellets and flash bangs a half hour before then president trump walked across the park for a photo op the interior department's inspector general says park police did not break up the protest because of trump but rather it's still a contractor could start installing new fencing the report says while the move was justified law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other wart with protesters about the crackdown which critics say was politically motivated Sager mag ani Washington

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Biden Signs Bill to Combat Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans

KIRO Nights

00:42 sec | Last month

Biden Signs Bill to Combat Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans

"Biden expresses pride and lawmakers from both sides coming together to curtail the dramatic rise in hate. Crimes against Asian Americans in Pacific Islanders build the president signed creates a new Justice Department post. To review reports of hate crimes and the names to make it easier for victims to report incidents in multiple languages. Before the signing President Biden forcefully called for an end of violence targeting Asian Americans every time We let hate flourish. Make a line. Who we are is the nation. Stephen Portnoy CBS News The bill makes new grants available to help local law enforcement agencies improve their investigations into bias driven crimes.

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Congress OKs Bill to Fight Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Congress OKs Bill to Fight Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Congress okays a bill to fight hate crimes against Asian Americans a bill intended to curtail a rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific islanders is on its way to president Joe Biden's desk the house passed the legislation on a three sixty four to sixty to vote Tuesday in a bipartisan stand against the tax that have increased during the corona virus pandemic the Senate had previously passed the legislation on a resounding ninety four to one vote in April the bill will expedite the review of hate crimes that the justice department and make grants available for local law enforcement agencies to improve their investigation identification and reporting of incidents driven by bias Biden has said he will sign the legislation might cross your Washington

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DarkSide, Blamed for Colonial Pipeline Attack, Says It Is Shutting Down

WSJ What's News

00:34 sec | Last month

DarkSide, Blamed for Colonial Pipeline Attack, Says It Is Shutting Down

"Dark side the criminal group linked to a cyber attack that disrupted the nation's largest fuel is shutting down that's according to security research firms who say the group told hacking associates that it lost access to the infrastructure uses to run its operation they say dark side cited disruption from a law enforcement agency and pressure from the us the f. b. didn't respond to a request for comment and the justice department declined to comment. It's not uncommon for ransomware groups to disband and re emerge later under a different name. Dark side did not respond to requests for comment earlier in the week made through its website before it was shut

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US Launches Investigation Into Louisville Police Practices

C-SPAN Programming

02:10 min | 2 months ago

US Launches Investigation Into Louisville Police Practices

"Into Louisville's policing practices. The investigation comes as police in this Kentucky city are under fire after the March 2020 fatal shooting of Briana Taylor. She was unarmed and in her home while police were executing what's called a no knock search warrant. Good afternoon. I'm joined today by our recently confirmed Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco and I recently confirmed Associate Attorney General. I need a Gupta. They are leaders of great ability and integrity. And I am very happy that they have returned to serve again at the Justice Department. The department is stronger or their presence. United States Department of Justice is a federal law enforcement agency comprised of thousands of law enforcement officers who collaborate with and support our colleagues throughout our nation's police departments. We are uniquely aware of the challenges faced by those Serve as police officers. You see their commitment firsthand every day, and we recognize the complex issues that make their already difficult jobs even harder. The Justice Department is also charged with ensuring that the constitutional and federal statutory rights of all people are protected. As I explained last week, Congress has authorized the department to conduct pattern or practice investigations. Help it fulfill that responsibility. Those investigations and the recommendations and actions that ensue do not only protect individual civil rights They also assist police departments developing measures to increase transparency and accountability. Those qualities are necessary to building trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve. And community trust is essential to making policing more effective and less dangerous or officers on the street. Today. The Justice Department

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Justice Department Working With Tribes on Missing Persons

Native America Calling

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Justice Department Working With Tribes on Missing Persons

"The confederated sailors and kootenai tribes northwest montana have finalized their plan to improve coordination and agency response when indigenous people go missing and the flathead area yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn nicholas reports. It's part of a national department of justice project that will be used as a model for other tribes seeking to make their own community. Specific plans see us. Kt has been developing their tribal community response. Plant since december twenty twenty. The plan focuses of identifying and updating policies of law enforcement victim services media communication and a log of community resources to streamline what happens when someone goes missing ellie bundy a cs kt council member and the presiding officer of the montana missing indigenous persons task force announced the plan's completion in task force meeting wednesday. She says one major accomplishment is the plan brings all ten law enforcement agencies. Working with cs kt into alignment our law enforcement. Agencies established a common missing indigenous persons response policy. Which is huge. The plan also establishes joint file system were law enforcement agencies can view share information on cases as well as a media lead for all cs kt missing persons communication bundy urged task force members to remember the people behind the missing persons statistics and policies. She spoke about the life of germain charlotte a cs. Kt woman who's been missing. Since two thousand eighteen. She also told stories of other missing and murdered. Indigenous people including ashley lowering heavier. Renner a black woman. Who's been missing since june. Two thousand seventeen and selena not afraid a crow teenager who was found dead in january twenty twenty. And so the numbers. I want you to consider today sixteen. Eighteen twenty twenty one twenty two twenty three the ages of these young ladies when they went missing. If someone in your family who may be that age bundy says a particularly important part of developing the response plan was inviting family members of victims to discuss. How procedures could be made more efficient based on their experiences in montana for national native news. I'm caitlyn

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El Chapo, the Sinaloa Cartel, and the War on Drugs

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:03 min | 2 months ago

El Chapo, the Sinaloa Cartel, and the War on Drugs

"From selling oranges just to buy food to running. A multibillion dollar drug empire l. Chapels tail is one of rags to cocaine dusted riches. El chapo guzman is a name. Most of us have probably heard of the name. Thousands of people have feared chapel took his childhood entrepreneurial spirit and turned it into an international narcotics operation. He expanded his empire with a combination of bribes government manipulation in innovative shipments system and brute force and tear when necessary. He took on a status as a legendary hero to some and as a heartless monster to others l. chapel maintained his control with an iron fist. No secrets got past him. And no one disobeyed his orders. His employees claimed he's omniscient like god. He sees everything as many people found out. Betrayal chapel or any other leader of the ceelo cartel. And you won't survive long. A man who seemed unstoppable with thousands of supporters willing to die for him managed to escape. Da and other law enforcement agencies for decades and escape from prison twice until his desire for a flashy lifestyle and city life led to his eventual and probably final arrest but his drug empire did not end with l. chapels capture. The seen alot of cartel is still alive and well today ran by el chapo zone children and his business partner il mio. The cartels still runs the majority of the drug trade mexico and seemingly will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. There still powerful enough to engage the mexican national guard indirect battle and win what led to el chapo becoming one of the most infamous drug lords in the world. We're gonna look into that today. Also we're going to look into the us war on drugs without it. There would be no el chapo. If narcotics were legal there would be no need to smuggle them into the united states. There would be no illegal narcotics demand for cartels to supply. Why are drugs illegal. Going to look into the history of drugs in us today at one time or another. They were legal. So what changed. What would happen if we made drugs legal again. would there still be cartels. What our country fall into anarchy and despair or would improve

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Motive in Boulder Shooting Is Still a Mystery, Police Say

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Motive in Boulder Shooting Is Still a Mystery, Police Say

"Working on that mass shooting at a King Soopers supermarket in Boulder, Colorado this week are focusing on the motive behind the massacre. Fox's Alicia Acuna has more 167. Individuals from 26 law enforcement agencies have been working this case for more than 3000 hours combined, and so far what they still don't have is the answer to a question. It is hunting them. But like the rest of the community, we too want to know why. Why that King Soopers wide Boulder wine Monday and unfortunately at this time, we still don't have those answers. The suspect lives about 20 miles from the King Soopers, where he is accused of shooting 10 people inside and outside of that grocery store on Monday. Speaking to reporters Friday, the Boulder police chief said the suspect legally purchased the Ruger A. R 5 66 pistol used in the shooting at the RV at an ARV at a Colorado gun store suspect is facing 10 counts of murder, but prosecutors say more charges are coming.

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Suspect charged with eight counts of murder in killings at Atlanta-area spas, authorities say

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Suspect charged with eight counts of murder in killings at Atlanta-area spas, authorities say

"Law enforcement agencies were communicating with each other. They were sharing information. Police got surveillance video of the suspect pretty quickly. 21 year old Robert Long at some point, Cherokee County deputies tracked long using GPS. They caught him down and crisp County, the suspect's family played a key role in his capture A B C's tell you Shit! Fernando's Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Homo news

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Clearview AI's face database violates privacy, lawsuit claims

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Clearview AI's face database violates privacy, lawsuit claims

"Liberties activists are suing a company that provides facial recognition services to law enforcement agencies and private companies around the world, contending that the company called ClearView Ai Illegally stockpiled data on three billion people without their knowledge or their permission. Lawsuit claims the New York based company has built the most dangerous facial recognition database in the nation by scraping and analyzing images from Facebook, Twitter and other social media ClearView Has its activities are totally legal. A

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House cancels Thursday session after police warn of 'possible plot to breach the Capitol'

Ben Shapiro

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

House cancels Thursday session after police warn of 'possible plot to breach the Capitol'

"Representatives is canceling its Thursday session over reports of possible security threats. Thursday's a date some debunked conspiracy theorists, including Q and on followers believe former President Donald Trump will sweep back into power. Capitol Police have said they were aware of a possible plot by identified militia group to breach the building more from Mike Power on Thursday, March 4th conspiracy theorists believe that the former President Donald Trump, will somehow returned to power to take down a secret code ball of Satan worshiping cannibalistic pedophile. While that is obviously unlikely to happen, Capitol Police are bracing for the arrival of Q and unbelievers in Washington, D C. In a statement Tuesday night, the federal Law Enforcement Agency said it had received concerning information and intelligence so it has taken immediate steps. To enhance our security posture until the late 19 thirties March, 4th was a traditional presidential inauguration day. Cuban on followers believe Trump failed to stop Joe Biden from being president in January and are placing their hopes on March 4th. Instead, the U. S

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Sexual assault bill package approved, now on Murphy's desk

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Sexual assault bill package approved, now on Murphy's desk

"Package of bills revamping how New Jersey law enforcement agencies handles sexual assault allegations has been unanimously approved by the Senate assembly. Now I'm Governor Murphy's desk awaiting his actions. Many backers of the Bills credited to help of Katie Brendan, the chief of staff of state housing and mortgage finance agency, who went public with the trouble she experienced in the investigation of a sexual assault she had reported as a volunteer on film Murphy's 2017 gubernatorial campaign when I came forward with that Wall Street Journal article It was about this. It was about all the process reforms and prosecutorial reforms. Brennan says that given what she went through as a person of the men's privilege, it must be worse for others

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FBI chief warns of violent domestic terrorism growing in US

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:46 min | 3 months ago

FBI chief warns of violent domestic terrorism growing in US

"Director christopher ray bluntly labeled the january riot at the us capitol as domestic terrorism. On tuesday and warned of a rapidly growing threat of homegrown violent extremism that law enforcement is scrambling to confront through thousands of investigations. Ray also defended to lawmakers he's own agencies handling of an intelligence report that warned of the prospect for violence on january six and he firmly rejected false claims advanced by some republicans that trump groups that organized the deadly riots. That began when a violent mob stormed the building. Congress was gathering to set if i results of the presidential election raise testimony before the senate. Judiciary committee is first before congress. Since the insurrection was the latest in a series of hearings centered on the law enforcement response to the capital insurrection. Lawmakers pressed him. Not only about possible intelligence and communication failures ahead of the riot but also about the threat violence from white supremacists militias and other extremists. The fbi says it is prioritizing with the same urgency as the menace of international terrorism organizations. The violence at the capitol made clear that law enforcement agency. That remade itself off to the september eleven. Two thousand one attacks to deal with international terrorism is now laboring to address homegrown violence by white americans. President joe biden's administration has tasked his national intelligence director to work with the fbi and department of homeland security. To address the threat number of white supremacy arrests has almost tripled. He said

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FBI chief to face questions about extremism, Capitol riot

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 3 months ago

FBI chief to face questions about extremism, Capitol riot

"I'm Julie Walker the head of the FBI is set to testify today for the first time since the deadly January sixth right at the capitol and lawmakers are likely to press him on whether the bureau adequately communicated with other law enforcement agencies about the potential for violence that day questions about the FBI's preparations for what took place that day and investigations into it are expected to dominate Chris Wray's appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee he's also likely to be asked of the bureau is confronting the national security threat from white nationalists as domestic violence stream is the violence at the capitol made clear that the F. B. I. which revolutionized itself after the nine eleven attacks to deal with international terrorism is now scrambling to address homegrown violence last week the acting chief of the capitol police said in January fifth report from the FBI warning about concerning online posts made its way to police investigators and the department's intelligence unit but was never sent up the chain of command I'm Julie Walker

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Would you let your face be your passport?

The Big Story

04:42 min | 4 months ago

Would you let your face be your passport?

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story hillary. Beaumont is a freelance investigative reporter based in toronto. Hello hillary hey are you doing. I'm doing well. I'm a little creeped out. About the next time i traveled. Thanks to this piece. No problem just happy to make you aware will listen. Let's start with the actual process. You had your irises scanned as part of reporting this. What is that like. tell me about it. yeah i thought it was. It would be really interesting to go into a jail in texas as part of this story because there was a sheriff there. this guy named omar lucio who had been lake pretty open about the fact that he was using this iris scanner in his jail. His jail is very close to the texas mexico border and this iris scanner was helping basically deport people at the us border And i wanted to go inside the jail and see what this was like. I went in saw how they were using it in jail. They were scanning inmates in an not telling them what this technology was. I volunteer to use it as well as essentially like a little camera. You get your is scanned. It checks your is against database and tells you who the person is and if they have a criminal history and i'm assuming years came up negative. They came up negative. Yes do you know what happened to the scan after you were done well for my is deleted it but for inmates in the jail they keep them indefinitely they basically ended up in government database that is shared with law enforcement agencies across the us like the fbi and also immigration and customs enforcement and essentially they they allow agencies to deport people more quickly or identify people who are not using their real names. And that's really how it works. Is there anything in. we're going to get beyond This one texas jail this one technology In just a second but is there anything preventing that jail or any other place That does this from giving those to anyone else like i. I understand it being used in a law enforcement context though we can certainly debate that. But i mean how private is it wants. Your eyes are out there. Yeah i mean for a lot of these technologies whether it's in a jail context or when you're crossing an international border. What i think people should know is that you're you're in a space of reduced privacy expectation. So it's really hard to say no to these technologies than once your irises or your face or any. Biometric identification is scanned. It can be indefinitely stored in a database an shared with all of these different agencies. Know whether or not you're a criminal. Can you explain a little bit about What a place with a reduced expectation of privacy is an and what does that let the government do yeah So spaces of reduced privacy expectation include borders prisons detention facilities and essentially these areas. Where legally you cannot retain your rights to privacy as well as you wouldn't other context so One example is a back in twenty sixteen. I believe i was flying from toronto pearson. To north dakota and to to report on the standing rock protest and i was flagged for secondary screening and The actually confiscated my phone only about ten minutes But it made me nervous hell You know. I had a pass password on my phone of course but it just made me lake feel so violated that they could take my phone like that even just for a few minutes. I was wondering like things were rushing through my head of like. What are they gonna do with my phone. How long are i going to be kept here. What's going on. And this is just an example of what you can and can't do at borders like you. You have a really hard time retaining your privacy your data your phone in these spaces because what are you supposed to do under those circumstances

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Takeaways from Congress’ first Washington DC hearing on Capitol riot

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:36 min | 4 months ago

Takeaways from Congress’ first Washington DC hearing on Capitol riot

"What went wrong looking into the security lapses. That happened before the Capitol riot last month with us to talk about the latest on these hearings on Capitol Hill is CNN, Washington correspondent Ryan Nobles. He joins us on Skype. So Ryan, these investigations are really just beginning. But have we learned anything so far? What the takeaways from day one. Yesterday's hearing was pretty explosive on many levels. Nick you heard from many of these officials from the various law enforcement agencies, some who have been forced out of their jobs. About what went wrong on that day. And what was perhaps the most shocking was that there was intelligence on the table that some of these agencies, the FBI and other agencies had taken in a lot of social media chatter from people that had said that they were specifically Coming to Washington with the goal of storming or causing chaos at the Capitol, and that information never made its way down to Capitol police sergeant in arms on other various law enforcement agencies, the Washington metro, much Politan Police department and they were never able to use that information to help prepare and as a result, they you know, the these leaders just were not prepared for the overwhelming crush of people that descended on the Capitol that day. On and you basically what lawmakers came to the conclusion that there needs to be a better flow of information to the folks that are gonna be making decisions about how to protect the capital in the future. There was some finger pointing that occurred yesterday, too, and that's getting a lot of attention. Yeah, That's right. You know, you had Capitol police saying something different What this Senate sergeant at arms, said Metropolitan Police seem to have a different perception is to have that information flow came down. And then one of the big things Joan that no one seemed to be able to agree on is when the National Guard was called in for reinforcement in and why it took so long for the National Guard to actually make it to the capital. To help protect the members of Congress and people that were at the Capitol. And then why the National Guard wasn't there even ahead of all of this s O. You know, this is just the beginning of this process. You know, this is one hearing, they said today or yesterday should say that there's gonna be another hearing that will involve the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. And then, of course, Speaker Pelosi is in the process of drafting legislation that would form a 9 11 style commission to look into all of this. It's gonna be a long time before you know all the information comes out as to what exactly went wrong in January Sex. Okay,

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Senators Grilled Law Enforcement Leadership About the Capitol Riot in Washington DC

WBZ Afternoon News

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Senators Grilled Law Enforcement Leadership About the Capitol Riot in Washington DC

"For the first time publicly since the deadly attack on the Capitol, the law enforcement officer off officials rather in charge of keeping things safe, or grilled today in hearing in the Senate. CBS is Stacey Lynn has more from Capitol Hill. One of the notable things from this hearing is about this FBI report that apparently came by email from the Norfolk Field office the day before the riot suggesting extremists were preparing for war. Metropolitan Police Acting Chief Robert Conte says that report came by email and says he believes a warning of that level would warrant at least a phone call or something. The head of the FBI's office in Washington said Once they got the warning on January, the fifth, they quickly shared it with other law enforcement agencies, including In the Capitol police. But Steven Son, the ex Capitol police chief, testified he was unaware the department had received the report until weeks after the

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Security officials to answer for Jan. 6 failures at Capitol

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Security officials to answer for Jan. 6 failures at Capitol

"I'm Julie Walker Congress is set to hear from former U. S. capitol security officials today for the first time about the mass of law enforcement failures on January sixth the day a violent mob laid siege to the building and interrupted the presidential electoral count three of the four testifying today resigned under pressure immediately after the deadly attacks including the former head of the capitol police lawmakers want to know just how much did law enforcement agencies know about plans for violence that day many of which were public how did the agencies share that information and how could the capitol police have been so unprepared for violent insurrection that was organized online in plain sight so far more than two hundred and thirty people have been arrested in connection with the attack that killed five I'm Julie Walker

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Law enforcement agencies in New York state are revising their policies on cooperating with federal immigration agents. WNYC's Beth Fertig reports an appellate court in Brooklyn found local police can't hold immigrants in custody just to turn them over to immigration agents. Unless there's a judicial warrant the ruling followed a challenge by the New York Civil Liberties Union behalf of an Indian national the Suffolk. Police kept him in custody for an extra forty eight hours beyond when he should have been released at the request of immigration and customs enforcement. Chief Michael Sharkey says the Suffolk sheriff's office has now adjusted its policy and follows the law. How ever it's interpreted by the courts, the Civil Liberties Union says ice issued about eight hundred detainers requests to the Nassau and Suffolk County sheriff's last year. Democrats will control the New York state Senate in January and legislators are honoring in on voting reforms and a hearing downtown yesterday state senators discussed instituting early voting and loosening restrictions on absentee ballots. Andrew Spanos with the New York state board of elections was among those who testified he says it's going to take more than minor changes to find a system that works. I would throw the whole system out and create a new one. But I mean, I think this is a good start. This early voting thing is it's a very good start assembly members discussed other reforms that include automatic voter, registration better voter education and improving training for poll workers to do the snow gets you in the mood. Macy's herald square holiday windows are now on display this year's theme is believe in the wonder of giving and on the other hand Bloomingdale's is more whimsical this season. They have a Grinch theme based on the new movie do expect rain mainly before eleven this morning with a high near forty four degrees. We have a wind advisory. Effect. Winds will gust up to forty miles per hour making it feel colder wind chill values between twenty five and thirty five degrees for the city right now. Thirty eight degrees in New York..

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm Richard Cantu a new estimate dramatically increases the hurricane Maria death toll and privy Rico after, an independent study the governor, in Puerto Rico raising the toll from sixty four to almost three thousand, in a statement White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said last year's back to back hurricanes prompted the largest domestic disaster response. Mission in history the difference between what happened in Puerto Rico with hurricane Maria versus what happens in the mainland US is the longest blackout in. American history occurred so people who relied on energy to keep oxygen machines going to keep their insulin cold to have basic refrigeration for food and water. Lack to that so investigators say that there's a possibility that energy deficiency and the inability of people to, get power clause a number of these deaths, ABC's Josh Hoyas a man walked into, the jewel county Kansas sheriff's office shot and, wounded two deputies say authorities before taking his own life as other officers closed. In on him sheriff Don Jacobs says the Outpouring of community support in the wake of the gunfire is gratifying we've had people bringing. Us water food on with assistance from other law enforcement agencies from around the state the two wounded deputies, are expected to live congresswoman Martha mcsally Sally, won a three way Republican primary for, the Arizona US Senate seat being surrendered by, Jeff flake with her thoughts were with the recently departed Senator John McCain Senator. McCain was an American hero He paid an. Unfathomable praise, for freedom and upon returning, home. Continued to serve a conviction honor and sacrifice his whole life with Sally will? Face congresswoman Kirsten cinema winner of the democratic primary Greek authorities say more than a thousand passengers. And crew safely disembarked the ferry Eleftherios Venizelos after it caught fire. During a run from creek started in the parking bay was extinguished automatically you're listening to. ABC news hey guys can? Hear. From the hit podcast today's growth we all know increasing revenues tough but. Did you know that one hundred percent of main sources of income fail the are one hundred percent that..

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"New estimate dramatically increases the hurricane Maria death toll. In Puerto Rico after, an independent study the governor, of Puerto Rico raising the toll from sixty four to almost three thousand, in a statement White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said last year's back to back hurricanes prompted the largest domestic disaster response. Mission in history the difference between what happened in Puerto Rico with hurricane Maria versus what happens in the mainland US is the longest blackout in. American history occurred so people who relied on energy to keep oxygen machines going to keep their insulin cold to have basic refrigeration for food and water. Lack to that so investigators say that there's a possibility that the energy deficiency in the ability of people to, get power clause a number of these deaths, ABC's Josh Hoyos a man walked into, the jewel county Kansas sheriff's office shot and, wounded two deputies say authorities before taking his own life as other officers closed. In on him sheriff Don Jacobs says the Outpouring of community support in the wake of the gunfire is gratifying we've had. People bringing us water food on with assistance from other law enforcement agencies from around the state the two wounded, deputies are expected to live congresswoman Martha mcsally, want a three way Republican primary for, the Zona US Senate seat being surrendered by, Jeff flake but her thoughts were with the recently departed Senator John McCain Senator. McCain was an American hero He paid, an unfathomable praise for our. Freedom and upon returning home continued, to serve a conviction honor, and sacrifice his whole life MC Sally. Will face congresswoman Kirsten cinema winner of the democratic primary Greek authorities say more than a thousand passengers and crew safely disembarked the ferry Eleftherios Venizelos. Schefter it caught. Fire during a run from creek it started in the parking bay was extinguished automatically you're listening to ABC news eight Tommy mellow here owner of A1. garage door now I'm not psychic or anything but from where..

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Richard Cantu the new estimate dramatically increases the hurricane Maria death toll in Puerto Rico after, an independent study the governor, in Puerto Rico raising the toll from sixty four to almost three thousand, in a statement White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said last year's back to back hurricanes prompted the largest domestic disaster response. Mission in history the difference between what happened in Puerto Rico with hurricane Maria versus what happens in the mainland US is the longest blackout in. American history occurred so people who relied on energy to keep oxygen machines going to keep their insulin cold to have basic refrigeration for food and water. Lack to that so investigators say that there's a possibility that the energy deficiency and the inability of people to get power caused a number of these deaths ABC's, Josh Hoyas a man walk into the jewel county Kansas sheriff's office shot, and wounded two deputies say authorities before taking his own life as other officers closed in on him sheriff Don Jacobs. Says the outpouring of community support in the wake of the gunfire is gratifying we've had people bringing us water food on the sisters from other. Law enforcement agencies from around the state the two wounded deputies are expected to live congresswoman Martha mcsally want a three way Republican primary for the Arizona. US Senate seat being surrendered by Jeff flake but her thoughts were with the recently departed Senator John McCain Senator McCain was an American hero He paid an unfathomable pays for our freedom and. Upon returning home continued to serve a conviction honor and sacrifice his whole life. MC Sally will face congresswoman Kirsten cinema winner of the democratic primary Greek authorities say more. Than a thousand passengers and? Crew. Safely disembarked the ferry Eleftherios Venizelos after it caught fire during a run. From creek it started in the parking. Bay, was extinguished, automatically you're listening to ABC news hey, guys can hear from the hit podcast today's, growth we all know increasing revenues tough but did you know that one hundred. Percent of main sources of income fail the ads are one hundred percent that your current main..

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on Super Station 101

"For you know that area were vacation there often enough to to know the area that's where it's at but nobody's been reported to be sean i think there's been a one person reported to have a grazed wound from a bullet but law enforcement agencies are on the scene ems on the scene and they've been shot at from reports they're saying that there was a suspicious death on white hair and drive in santa rosa beach that is connected to this situation so a death possibly murder or whatever goes down in there they're trying to find the suspect of maybe they find the guy and then a shootout ensues police chase we're not really sure because everybody's been trying to stay away from the area that's obviously not within our listening audience but many of you guys know panama city probably have plans to go to panama city this summer or something like that but that's going on right now and if we get any more breaking information on that we'll obviously bring it to you but just a kind of a crazy scene down there something you don't normally see at the beach that i can recall at least not very often so that's going on also something we talked about yesterday a a meeting that was supposed to a press briefing a press conference that was supposed to pop off at ten o'clock this morning in fact did it was a press conference led by lee zeldin who we know is the republican representative from new york he and twelve other representatives introduced or submitted a resolution which demands the appointment of a second special counsel probe into the misconduct by the doj and the fbi during the two thousand sixteen presidential election now that's go can contain the spying that was going i can even go on into the hillary clinton email investigation which all ties together when it comes down to it but all pertaining to the two thousand sixteen election this is more than just people calling for it or pundits on tv talking about it these are people actually submitting a bill saying we are officially requesting a second special counsel neil you're gonna hear people say oh we don't need another special council it's just convolute things and these things just to spider web and they bubba there will be parameters set this time for the scope of their investigation of.

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Well done were done here if we're at a point now that were so paranoid that a guy who puts on his wall on his instagram thirty nine times gets the attention of local law enforcement and warns still not comfortable with the our law enforcement agencies disarming this guy dan i don't know that we have no solutions left we trust nothing any more on any level whatsoever than why are we still do in this thing because if we can't come to a place where we think government law enforcement one in the same should have stopped this guy with that many warnings i promise you that is a giant leap to confiscation because the reason were having the argument of confiscation right now so i congressman thomas massey are tweeted that donald trump yesterday why are my rights being denied why are you trying to deny my rights well apparently because government ignored 39 warnings is apparently the answer if we don't have an answer on our side for the proper role of government here you may not like what i'm saying okay i don't really like it when the weather man told me three days marie of a damn ice storm either but to see control the weather he just tony what's going to happen this is it my preference for how the world works my preference would be jesus came back 10 10 minutes ago it just dealt with all this i'll golina control of the world i don't make things even happened in the world.

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Check um so uh now on to us how his own um folks react to to uh donald trump and that is a completely different story is own fence okay so the republicans have been attacking the fbi at the behest of donald trump for quite some time now why because the fbi is investigating donald trump's connections to russia now um if you didn't do it i've got to say again i'm not sure why you'd be on the attack and trying to rip our law enforcement agencies down it sounds like you're against the rule of law and against cops fbi are the top cops in the country but what are the reasons that they do it of course is the poisoned the well against robert muller so they want to say oh the leadership is wrong and they had all these connections are muller and we got a fire the special council um now in order to help do that devon newness who worked on trump's transition wrote a partisan memo uh as part of the house intelligence committee they release had publicly and it was a total dodd and everybody looked at his sit here but you omitted huge parts of the story a lot of this stuff is misleading it doesn't tells anything we didn't know before so they had hyped it up beyond all reason is your about the scene a second and it turns out there really wasn't much there at all as we told you on this program so was it a mistake to hype it up that much and the common the conventional wisdom right now is yes uh what a bunch of clowns they hyped it up and then it fell flat i think a conventional wisdom is wrong i think he did serve the purpose that it was intended for now i'm gonna show you how much they hyped it up how over the top it was now remember after was released even other republicans including trade gouty who knew this.

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Show joined by our friends uh owner brian wickert chief melania millennial loan consulted david wickert they'll be taking calls and pursuing a topics pretending to the mortgage and realty industry of europe on the verge of putting your house up for sale or if you are looking into acquiring new property of your own house sole property give us a listen it's great to great hour of information pertaining to the industry from our friends brian wickert and david workrate on wtmj at 100 seven madison police really believe in their drones as do a growing number of other law enforcement agencies and wisconsin wisconsin vis according to associate oppress the madison police department says is drawn technology has proven successful in its search and rescue operations and crime scene mapping department has used to on that manned aircraft systems are drones as a law enforcement tool since the month of june the drones of assisted in a house explosion in a car crash can also pick up and drop off all lightweight items wisconsin state journal reported madison as one of a growing number of police agencies that a purchase drones for public safety efforts now the american civil liberties union has raised concerns about drones potentially invading privacy but lieutenant mike hanson commander of the department's drone team in madison says wisconsin police must obtain a warrant before using a drone to gather evidence or someone may have a reasonable expectation of privacy some we continue to watch the the use of drones across law enforcement in the state of wisconsin wtmj news time is nine forty four time now for this wtmj sports update.

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A great way to to do public policy it's not a great way to get re elected so i think in in as more states moved towards legalization we're going to start to see some changing attitudes in congress not necessarily brought pro illegal is asian attitudechange but just a handsoff what's that the states do what they want california's also making a very big policy statement on immigration the state now calling itself as of today a sanctuary state what does that mean so california has passed a law that will prohibit state law enforcement agencies from liaising with the federal immigration authorities in some senses if there is somebody who is arrested and charged with a very serious crime there's a list of about sixty crimes that they could qualify for yes the california law enforcement can hand that person over for deportation at the end of his or her sentence but just an average pay a traffic stop or something like that if the feds ask for a detain a request submitted detain a request the california law enforcement will not necessarily honor that understood that now some desks that workplaces that ice has and local sheriff's department there are being asked to leave right and this is a part of a larger movement that we're seeing and liberal states and and mostly larger cities that are are trying to build a relationship between local police departments and immigrant communities that relationship they say helps reduce crime federal authorities want to affectively find ways to deport those who were in the country illegally the it's a tenuous sort of triangle there but it's one that local law enforcement agencies are increasingly asserting their their rights over politics there too let's end on there's always a thousands of new lies every january 1st always some oddball winds do you have a favorite great so there are a couple other there about forty thousand new laws taking effect on january first in in iraq y august fourth from from now on will be known as barack obama day a it's not in a state holiday but it's something they're going to observe consider his home stand right of course well thank you happy near thank you for joining i got it reversing from the health now to another policy shift taking effect today but this one at the.

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"The fbi what i think with particularly the colmey press conference going back on that is like he could lead by example and i just don't think he really did that last year like he could be signalling to his agents hey this is how we act as the fbi and the way he handled the entire clinton investigation from just making the extremely careless remarks unlike and but he said extremely careless not that his remarks were extremely careless you are saying oil slicks although they were yes sir the but like he didn't and in fact he had so little faith is an institution that he the reason you'd release that letter beef right before the election is because he thought that it was going to be leaked anatomy just like signals that the there's something wrong with the fbi here and we should be thinking about how to make that better and how to fix that in another thing is that we talked about how lake law enforcement agencies have lots of zeal they're going to pursue their cases stringently as possible and you know we see this with law enforcement all over the country but maybe you would be better if they calmed down a little and had some more checks in place like i still want law enforcement going after criminals and like a very stringent good way but like they're hassi via the i mean to to some in a more tell you to find criminal there's always yes it depends on how you define criminals and what i would like to see is that they're more targeted bryant instead of just like doing these dragnet sweeps in minority neighborhoods in whatever but lake it seems to me like they're just aren't enough checks on law enforcement not not even just these investigations this politically political investigations or corruption investigations but just in general somebody there should probably be telling them to pay it like relax we this is over there is no evidence here blah blah blah maybe it's time to move on so a tim tim wiener as a great journalist and his his book on on the see a legacy.

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of achieving of the same so the question really is is this just yet another way that's police couldn't deploy technology to help them do that job or is that something about these being unmanned aerial vehicles he's a flying machines this time yeah well i think drones represent an entirely new class of device that we haven't really seen before i mean we're all used to the idea that you know some lawn agencies have airplanes or helicopters right again the city where i live oakland and certainly in los angeles have helicopters but it's important to keep in mind that the police don't deploy those helicopters in a willy nilly a it costs money it you know they have to decide what how many resources they wanna spend to send their helicopter up in the air for any period of time you know and the drug lapd and other law enforcement agencies are using the cost i don't know a few hundred a few thousand dollars at the most it cost them basically nothing to put them in the air so i think the concern is is that it might become too easy four law enforcement used them and i think there's rightful concern that people may not be aware of when and where and how and under what circumstances the drones are being used a lot of genes me about the discussion of a body warned cameras in lower enforcement and maybe we'll say a similar thing here where did they we've seen by the public's citizens taking videos off the police australian suggest as vital now to normal citizens they might be deploying their own jones to monitor unspecified why plagued i think you're you're totally onto it i think that it's only a matter of time before not just you know citizen activists who want to know what the police are doing are sending up their own drones but it's also if it hasn't happened already i think we are very soon going to enter a uh uh where you know a criminal suspect yang and the police deploying their own drone and see you might have some sort of drone on drone interaction or something you know we've already seen s of of people using drones to smuggle drugs over the usmexico border there have been reports of drones of people trying to in narcotics and cell phones and.

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"When local law enforcement agencies decide that they're going to limit the extent to which they cooperate with federal immigration agents in particular this tends to centre around a practice called detainers where when somebody gets booked into a jail their fingerprints get run through a couple of federal database is one of which is now thanks to a policy that the obama administration really popularized and a database of known immigrants and so it is possible that some wind use getting booked into a gel can the pink something saying that they entered the us illegally or that they're you know totally unknown and therefore not illegal immigrant therefore unauthorized so the federal government will send a request to the local jail officials saying hey it looks like you have a guy who we would like to try to deport can you hold him in jail for another forty eight hours after you at a ridge you would otherwise release him so that we can come pick him up that is not it's not a mandatory thing i there has been a lot of litigation over whether or not it is mandatory end as there began to be frustration about the way that the obama administration was using the s to kind of turn immigrants who had like a traffic violation into criminal aliens and deport them a lot of cities and some states started passing policy saying were only going to cooperate with these detainers requests under certain circumstances or in a couple of extreme cases we're not going to cooperate with them at all so the obama administration eventually made it a little bit you know kind of.

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:27 min | 4 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Country that you luwia whether you live in an area of the country that could be hit with a blizzard of snowstorm or more flooding but even fires which happen do two things that you can do in order to be prepared and one of the things that i agree with president trump on in terms of helping to make this a better america is the fact that he plans to resume the transfer of surplus weapons vehicles and other equipment from the nation military to his state and local law enforcement agencies that's right he's rolling back fire arms limits you see under the previous administration they tried to create the narrative that but police did not need to be militarized when you look at all it a manufacturer riots that are going on that his country today and you look at all the attacks that a targeting our law enforcement of fish shields i want them the be as protected an protective as they possibly can and obviously this administration feels the same way attorney general jeff sessions announced the move at the fraternal order police convention and nashville and said the president would do so by executive order these restrictions there adnan oppose went to fall we will not put superficial concerns above public safety we will do our best to get you what you name and he goes on to say that this is another sign that the trump administration supports law enforcement we have your back way we brag and so i think that it is a good move because the narrative that all police out to kill black man is faults that's the narrative that they're trying to perpetuate the idea that most of our law enforcement are against the people is a big fat lat it is not and as dan calories put it in a commentary did he posted this morning and title the militarization of the police is back he put it this way which i think sums it up if there's a fight between the police and rioters i don't want it to be a fair fight i want the police in the law enforcement to have the upper hand why i trust our law enforcement officials i trust our law enforcement officials across this country a so yes if they have an opportunity to better equip themselves in order to be able to hammer what's going on that's has been manufacturing uninspired and some abbado cities then yes this is good move eight seven seven three one zero tori the one hundred eight seven seven three one zero twenty one hundred.

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on KGO 810

"Happen that's what they're elisa said in the state and i think he's absolutely right and again the argument that they use the rationality uses we don't think criminals should be allowed to profit from their crops and i don't think there's anybody who's going to disagree with that but we're not talking about criminals her because in the majority of the cases you have people who are never charged wednesday at washington posted a big story on this than four or five years back and what they found was you had law enforcement agencies i guess the their story was on on washington dc what they vow nfl the you had you had you had dc police law enforcement are pressuring as stopping people for trafficking fractions for just minor nonsense and then pressuring them into allowing a search without a warrant then when they would find money your cash your jewels or whatever they say oh these must be the proceeds of roads were taken the now you go and you try to go through due process you try to get it back again it ends up costing you more the one thing was worth so forget it so in and again let me mention too that there is zero zero evidence that this policy does anything whatsoever to cut down on drugdealing or the other thing kuchma's organized crime so i will ask you this question as there some people who supported do you think that law enforcement should be able to seize cash and property firm people who have never been charged with or convicted of accra eight zero eight zero eight one zero is telephone number i'm brian copeland you're listening to kgon ten his words matter the next generation a k hey give your car break you think wants to be dirty your car is a lot happier when it's clean inside and out so do your vehicle and your self a favor and drive to shine and seal china's zeal as quick easy and you're in and.

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"The whole mustangs hitting crowds was started by the instagram account he's harbours the street with this i want to fig black a haraigue have lain la is south i wonder they race lehrer a that's its own little jalopy see should so the foty with a little ero and say this is a little story on i went to one he's races or insurance scheme i was going to shoot a video for dr like a story about it because there's a huge thing all instruments are blown up with these street racing people in la so i go out one night with cameras and go to this place in another one and it happened to be the same night that the three law enforcement agencies in los angeles crackdown these people so was like sheriff lapd and helicopter squad just going from spot spot just corralling people like cattle arresting people and in the cars would run and i would look on instagram and now we're going here and i would fall them in my crown vic looking like an undercover cop and show up and if he would run into doughnuts and then the fuck and helicopter show up again and they run to the next by it happen until two in the morning are you doing anything wrong watching a bystander can purchase in california of someone gets hit by a car and killed a bystanders can be charged i think with like was it not felony or as a misdemeanor assessories soviet pretty badly because some some it's a mayors daughter years ago god hit and it became right now are cracking down on i think that is day you get any kind of decent a turning you probably get that.

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on KOIL

"Think that the president of the united states can tell heads of law enforcement agencies based on his own whim or his own personal preferences or friendships that they should or should not pursue particular criminal cases against individuals that's the hell america works i want to dig into that more than a minute but let me to stand this week for just a second even if the going through a friend of the new york times was an illegal was a violation of fbi regulations which would in some case people say require before that revelation getting advance authorisation from the fbi i don't know it doesn't seem to be no one can make the argument that it was not the that was not the best way to go about trying to bring a story into the open i mean obviously can comey was comfortable after being called to testify to testify about the memos and about the conversations and it was just his recollection so i don't only see what the with the major issue is it made if there was a better way to bring the information out like he did in the hearing ultimately one of the thing the presence porsche said is that change call me if you really thought something was wrong in that meeting you just referred to that oval office meeting wherever be us was kicked out he should have said no to the president right there where she should have reported is evidence of a crime back to the fbi the jessica but he as i understand it he did say no and the no oh that he said was was that himself into his people that we were not going to do what the president had asked he wasn't going to drop the investigation to i i think he decided in his own mind he wasn't gonna follow the direction of the president and he and he says he took it as a direction and that was that one of the thing i james comey he talked about that in countered alert loretta lynch from the email investigation we she wanted described as a matter he wanted to describes an investigation he said that made in queasy that that making queasy to while it wasn't said.

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"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"law enforcement agencies" Discussed on KELO

"That's dhs fbi local law enforcement let me pick up on this because part of the story that this this week was the leak of information about the bomber and the bombing that made its way into the us media and that set off this exchange make calls when trump was intelligence between law enforcement agencies must remain secure we take full responsibility for that we're obviously regret that that happened how was this kind of sensitive information leaked to the new york times and general why is it that whether it's politics are terror our intelligence agencies are law enforcement agencies can't keep a secret it's outrageous when i called immediately after the attack i called my counterpart and uk offered my condolences by the way the third time of offered her amber the my condolences and a hundred twenty days that's how frequent this kind of these terrorist attacks happening anyways she will rightfully in very graciously accepted the dolences and and lead to me on this on this week it's outrageous i don't know why people do it it jeopardises not only investigations but put people's lives in in in in in jeopardy i don't know why people do it but they do and that's where we live in let's get to you what you're going to try to do to protect the homeland there are a lot of crowded events in summer concerts sporting events how do you harden these soft targets like this concert was and do have new thoughts because this person didn't get into the that he was outside the event what do you do about parameters we one of the great things about american is many great things but we are free and open society and in many in i wouldn't change that at all but that's also one of these people can live their lives day in and day out privacy issues all that it's a good thing it's what america is all about but as i say that is a vulnerability the good news is in to all americans i mean the good news is that local state law enforcement today not to to even go down the the issue of the fbi dhs it's it's in their dna now to harden and we are just about as hard as we can be i don't know if there's a way to prevent these kinds of things in the kind of society we live in the let me pick.

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