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"mark condit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"mark condit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Some small businesses that won't make it through this, but I'm dealing with an international health pandemic that threatens the lives and the health of our people, he says. Not enough people and businesses are following safety rules with masks and social distancing. America is listening to Fox News. NewsRadio Kale, BJ on Patrick Osborne. This news brought to buy Jake on roofing Attorneys for the Austin cop accused of killing Mike Ramos and April say the very bothered by the partial release of video footage this week from that incident. Go go, Donald says releasing it before grand Juries even been convened is unprecedented, and it forces them to try to litigate this case in the media, and that's just not fair. It's not appropriate. The reason it's never happened before is because it's unethical. No, Donald says officers were nearly hit by Ramos as he was speeding away in his car. And that's what prompted Officer Christopher Taylor to fire the fatal rounds that hit Ramos back in April. As Austin considers funding cuts for police. One of the latest proposals is coming from council member Leslie Pool. She wants to cut nearly $2 million from the bomb squad. And some please been quick to remind counsel of the deadly 2018 bombing spree and the crucial role that the bomb squad played in taking down the bomber. Mark Condit. If voters approve a multi $1,000,000,000 upgrade to public transit this fall, a new analysis shows billions of dollars in economic activity could be generated. And economist John Hawkins says about 100,000 jobs could be created for every $1 billion invested into the ripple effects as well for the life of the project itself, paying an average of around $45,000 a job. Long term hockey News believes the overhaul could be a stimulus to the local economy. Boston Mayor Steve Adler's tone has shifted in recent days, and now he is expressing more cautious optimism that Cove it 19 numbers are heading in the right direction, Adler says. They are not number, which measures how many people get the virus from one infected person is now below one. Remember that anything over one? The virus is growing anything less than one year on a trajectory for the virus to not be transferred, Adler says. In the past two weeks, there's been a 26% decrease in local transmission. Look now at your.

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"mark condit" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on Nightline

"A year ago Austin was a city on edge. The hunt for a suspected serial bomber tonight, striking fear, yet again in Austin over the course of nineteen days. Allusive bummer dangled, the state capital on a string rear clearly dealing with what we expect to be a serial bomber at this point. But through painstaking work with authorities had identified a suspect Twenty-three-year-old, Mark Condit o'clock in the morning. I was in the command post, this avalance team reported, we've got him the bomber had gone dark, but after briefly turning on his cell phone. They were able to pin us location tracking him to this hotel parking lot in a suburb, north of Austin, the bombers car was directly over this hedgerow in this corner parking spot, or I was in that space. That's facing south dark out my lights, I could see the bombers vehicle from an oblique angle and I'm going through in my head. How's this going to play out just down the road? Members of the city swan team were staged in. Another nearby parking lot. We had information he was inside the vehicle that was parked. He didn't care who he hurt or killed at this point. We had to stop him that night. Eighty all know if FBI's work in this area, too, at the same time you can't spook him. I got an eerie feeling that that one going in into well. Ground. Oh, now I backed out proceeded in behind him as well. APD swipe had the two vehicles that were directly behind him. Followed him out. Writer southbound he proceeded south on the service road turned out to go to the front row to by thirty five? Old settlers. Right now. We had quite a few people pull up behind. And if you look at the videotape, you see a pretty long train at that point, the guy knew Schwab team had one shot one final chase the idea was that we needed to hit his van hard enough to try to disable his vehicle. One of our biggest fears is on impact it was going to explode. So I told them whatever you do, you've got gotta stop him before he gets on the interstate. Right. Made contact with the fans named contact with them. So we exit our van and move up to the vehicle, and he detonates an explosive device inside his vehicle. Got an explosion got an explosion inside the vehicle. Initially? I saw the flash and I felt. Shrapnel or debris or whatever hit my face. And I stepped back I was one of the first up to the windshield area and could see inside. Quickly recognized that that are suspect was no longer a threat at that point. I can't even describe to you how bad it felt listening to the radio traffic. I remember distinctly going to a different radio channel to advise dispatch. Suspects down on really lucky that I didn't lose anybody after nineteen days, the bombers grip on the city of Boston was over the suspect is deceased, but no high fives yet. Right now. We knew that we had a hit that house the next morning. It's on this quiet cul de sac that more Condit lived he and his father purchased this house. They fixed it up and rented it out. But it was in a room in a back the Condit lived in stockpiled enough weapons materials to blow up the entire block. And it was there that he masterminded that bombing spree. Give the capability to build much bigger devices, any idea what triggered him now. That's what everybody wants to know. Right. They wanna know why I'd love to know why the reality is, there's no answer. And there's no reason that could ever make any of this. Okay. We have nothing that gives us indication that he intentionally targeted these individuals, according to the US attorney's office, nothing specific seem to influence the man's decision to kill. Our law enforcement partners, have reviewed all of the evidence and they have found no evidence of links to hate group or terrorist group, no evidence of being influenced by any recognized ideology, it may be a mystery. What was internally motivated him? Authorities say they still have no motive.

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"mark condit" Discussed on Bomber

Bomber

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on Bomber

"Necessarily have ended anytime soon if they hadn't caught him. Everyone was so tired. It's amazing to think about the fatigue involved and just being able to make clear decisions as investigators really big decisions decisions. Like, whether you go in at night and raid the bombers house, whether you put his photo out there. Those were a few of the big choices and decisions they had to make it just it's it's amazing to think of this team of investigators working on no sleep. And what that is like, I mean, if you ever worked a full day, and then maybe worked, you know, another six hours past your regular full day. You have some idea of what it feels like. But this was weeks on end. Yeah. I, you know, we work in tandem a lot with law enforcement in different arrangements. And I think we we put an hour similar, but it's just a whole different world. And it's hard to wrap our minds around even as reporters who might be out there. You know ninety percent of the same amount of time. We're doing vastly different things. We're sitting there talking to community members and waiting and. Try not to bug law enforcement, but waiting on them to to give information. Meanwhile, they're doing all the work. I mean, they're they're they've got so many different paths in so many different possibilities that they have to be putting in the one thing. I think I can sort of give them some credit on is you didn't you didn't get a sense that they were fatigued in the sense that they were tired. You got a sense that they were they were definitely ready to be done with this. And in a way that they wanted to be over. They wanted to be able to tell the community was safe again. But whether it was adrenaline, or you know, just. A little bit of fear for their family and their community and hope to to end this soon, maybe some combo of that in many many other things in there, their you know, whatever inspired them to get into service in the first place really must come active in times. Like, this those men and women out there were fantastic. I mean, they were they were heroes in every way possible, but they would go up out of their way to to just talk to reporters to talk to the community members with as little information as they had but just trying to reassure them that you know, they weren't crazy the fears. They were feeling they weren't alone. And that everybody who could do something about it in that town was working on it in one of your pieces. You looked into various aspects of what might be true or false because there were so much conjecture going on out there. There's a website that you talked about where a lot of people were making guesses. It sounds like we're actually just coming up fake information about Mark Condit's political leanings in his background. Can you talk about that a little bit? Yeah. My life dot com. It's. It's it's a site. That's basically one of those if you ever searched someone's name online, and it'll show, you know, here's this site has a background information on twenty two of that person in their their phone data et cetera. It's one of those sites the issue with it is that people can go in there, and edit user data. So it almost has a wicked pedia ask aspect to it. So people would start posting these Mileit dot com screen shots where it would say marquan it was a Republican Christian. And then there'd be another one. That said, no, he's a liberal. He's registered democrat, and he's atheist, and then we're it just got wild to the point where I think there was one that said he was a scientologist, and he had no political affiliations and his age was changing on them. It was. At the end of the day was people just going in and changing this and then screen capping its and sending it out. The problem is not everyone was in on this kind of quote troll joke that people could change this. So other people were seeing this on social media and saying oh my gosh. Here's proof that he was a registered Republican, you know, and they're sharing that, and it just starts to kind of build narratives on whatever side, you you pertain to so. Yeah, we did as quickly as possible a story saying don't put any weight behind those these are fake. But unfortunately, I is truly unfortunate in situations. Like, this there are so many internet trolls that just want to sort of cause chaos online. So that was just one example yet photos that sort of looked like him, but also sort of looked like an entirely different guy and turned out to be an entirely different guy that people were sharing. Right. And that was like a he was like a a YouTube guy. Yeah. Got sort of caught up in this whole thing. It wasn't even the the actual Marconnet. Yeah. Has named Sam hide. I've done it. So many times now because there's this weird troll community online. When that when there's a big breaking national story. They liked to just kind of feed trolls and see if they can get people to fall for their their game. So that same photo of him popped up people claiming he was marquan to people have claimed he was the shooter in park land. People claim to was the shooter the Santa Fe high school shooting in Houston. And every time we've kind of come in and been like, no is a YouTube personality that somehow is the victim of this this trolling online. But, but it's just it is it does bring up a sad part of the the whole narrative there, it's like as all this is going on. And there's a community genuinely morning and genuinely afraid there's other people online who are just trying to have fun. And you know, I'm glad we're able to go in there and kind of shut some of that down and clear the air. But it's frustrating that it happens in the first place. Thanks to all that you do and everything on the podcast. Jason it's a it's an amazing story. It's a it's a terrible story. But it's also at the end of the day one that I think Austin police can feel really good about the fact that this was going on and an essence they wrapped it up and under. Three three weeks have gone on a lot longer. They really deserve you know, just heaps and unless amounts of praise for their work. They they did make a few mistakes along the way, but I give him credit for acknowledging those and for for going above and beyond to try and correct any of those and acknowledged that we're we're we're in the middle of something we've never been through before. But we're here for you and to protect you, and we're going to do everything in our power to do that. I definitely felt while I did feel real fear. And while it was weird to go home after work and kind of you know, put on my resident of Austin glasses after work. I I did feel like police were there and that I wasn't unsafe at any point. You know, I was worried, and I was definitely double checking things I hadn't before. But I never really felt like I myself

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"mark condit" Discussed on Bomber

Bomber

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on Bomber

"Stress the fear the anxiety. It started to lift investigators reporters residents, we could all start to think about life after the bombings detective Orlando Ramirez with Austin homicide since March second was the first. Night that I could actually sleep. So your body realized that you've been going through a lot of stress and then once he realized that you got somebody. He might not hurt anybody else. That's when I felt some relief that was able to sleep for a little while. I realized how heavy it was at the end once in once I was able to get some rest and realize that, you know, for the last couple of three weeks, you know, life has not been the same. And once I got back to my routine. I realize how much of. Heavy. The case was just giddy. My car, I truly did just let it aside relief a physical Cy. I don't do that often. But I just needed to because I just said felt like I had gone through three years of work in a month's time. And just to know that not only the city was safer, but you know, we would be able to slowly but surely move on past this as a new station. Yes, it's important. It's a part of our job. Obviously, we have to keep people up to date with this type of thing. But to know that we would be able to move on as a station along with our city. It was a hundred percent of relief. And it just felt good to X hail because you kind of needed to after what we had been through. I would say that apartment and all the agencies involved noticed, you know, an outpouring support immediately following enduring this whole this whole timeframe, and then even since the release of the video recently from DPS and the department that coming coming back to light a little bit. But. You know, the job carried on for us. The next day the weeks following we had operations to do. We were still getting calls from other units to assist them with their stuff. And so the work continued. And so I think guys just just realizing that and that that this was a big critical incident no-one downplays that but tomorrow's a new day. There are still a lot of people who want to hear the bombers tape. Ryan Manley has now moved on from interim chief to Austin police chief Brian manly. And he's vowed it will never be released. I still have the same concerns that I've always a year ago about the release of the audio. The audio releasing that would end up on the internet where his voice will live in infamy forever. I think that it would be something that people would go to maybe for inspiration. If we have people that are considering committing these horrendous violent acts, I think it would give him a level of notoriety that he does not deserve. And it does nothing to make. Anybody any more educated about why he did what he did. Or how he did what he did. And it does nothing to make communities safer. Instead, I only see the downside that it could inform others of missteps that he took that he self identified as maybe allowing us to to capture him. And I just don't think it's wise to put that out there to better educate or or equip someone who might try to carry out this attack on a community somewhere else. I know that people want to know why it happened as I said earlier, I want to know why it happened releasing this audio will will not give us that. So I know there's a lot of questions about releasing the audio the reason that I personally have so many concerns about it, and the FBI is he goes through almost an after action of what he did wrong. How we caught him. And we certainly don't want to put that out there. So that other bad people can learn how to do it better. And also the fear is and today. As world that video will be on the internet forever. And we've seen with a lot of other mass casualty events that people. Look back on previous mass casualty events and want to emulate them. And we certainly don't want that to happen. Over time. Some details of the tape have leaked out. I think what's most disturbing on the audiotape is the fact that he wasn't done that he had plans to do more attacks of different size and capacity from listening to that tape. I am one hundred percent convinced that had we not taken him down the night that we did there would have been further bombings in the future. And in the manifesto. You know, we were able to succeed in obtaining certain quotes from the Matt from the the bombers confession, the whole recording has not been released, but certain quotes have been able to to get out. And we have a number of them that we've reported on any talks about almost like a joy, ride thrill seeking element that he thought this. Was going to give him a rush and it did for a while, and then it stopped. But then you think about the human toll on the other end, and you realize that there are alive families that are brutally permanently changed, and it's just so sad. And terrifying in the end, we're left with the memory of the bombings the images of the explosions. The memory of our collective fear. Some of us are left with physical scars that will never disappear injured victims like seventy five year old Esperanza hope Herrera and some of us are left with the memory of a family member who left us too soon, a seventeen year old musician the thirty nine year old father and husband. We were also left feeling like, maybe our city had lost something the feeling that. It's the kind of thing that happens somewhere else. Why Austin why our city for all indications and all evidence appears at it was legitimate just random places. Said these device now he he intentionally one of these devices go off intention wanted to kill people. We do know that this wasn't an accident. So he built these devices knowing how they worked and how they function and he wanted to kill people. And he, you know, obviously got off by killing people knowing that his devices we kill people I was angry because he made us go through all of this community. He took the peace away from Austin. And it was senseless. It was no reason behind it hurting the people that he hurt. So today, we we don't believe, and we didn't believe back then that the victims are connected in any way, other than his demented mind the conversation and debate about releasing Mark Condit's final recorded confession will continue. Maybe if we heard his voice, we might be able to answer why why at twenty three year old man with no criminal history in no obvious message. Of hate or ideology or motive chose to do what he did those who have heard the recording people like Brian Manley. Brad Miller hausky Chris combs. They've all listened. They still ask why we do know that Condit's recording and did with a chilling line. I wish I were sorry. But I'm not perhaps that's all we need to know. It's a glimpse into the killer's mind. But for most of us who are living in Austin in March twenty eighteen we can't help it stop at times and think back and ask why? I will never say his name. I won't. I never have. I never will. Bomber is a production of all studios and cave. You were available at apple podcasts. Spotify Google play and other major listening platforms. You can also listen and learn more at bomber podcasts dot com. Our executive producer is will Johnson. My thanks to the people of Austin, my colleagues cave, you federal investigators and the men and women of the Austin police department.

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"mark condit" Discussed on Bomber

Bomber

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on Bomber

"From an Austin, Home Depot. So the Home Depot. Video showed the bomb are buying signs drive like your kids live here signs that were used to anchor the trip wire the video also showed him buying gloves and those same gloves are the ones that he was wearing. He went inside. The FedEx store things finally seemed to be falling into place. Whoever Mark Condit was the evidence all seem to point to him. By that Tuesday afternoon. The investigation really picked up momentum at a rapid pace. So we're in the command center, and they soon thereafter came and got a hold of myself special agent in charge combs special agent in charge of the ATF Nolan. Hausky the district attorney the a USA may brought us all into the briefing room. And they wanted to basically white board for us all of the evidence that they had linking all back to the individual. Who was ultimately the bomber by the time. They reached the fifth or sixth piece of evidence tying conned to the bombings everyone in the room was feeling confident. They have the right guy. And so then the process turns to the legal process making sure that they dot every I and cross every t in terms of getting warrants not only for his arrest. But also to search his home. There was a sense of relief in that we knew who he was. But you still have that sense of concern because he was. Isn't accounted for yet? And since he had been so prolific with placing bombs around our community in the mail. We knew we still had to work very quickly. Everything had to be done by the book. They prepared other search warrants for his cell phone is computer records anything they'd need to bring the suspect in without a hitch inside the command post you've got prosecutors from the DA's office here in Travis county. You've got federal prosecutors working on this then outside of that room. You have surveillance teams that begin doing all they can to locate the bomber and get him under surveillance until they're ready to actually strike and move in for an arrest. I think the public sometimes isn't grasp how hard it is to get search ones now hard it is to to subpoena records, and and having the DA in the US attorney. They're really made that easier for us as messed Gators as all that's being done there. Also pulling agents off of other possible suspects. They've kept an eye on there were in fact, a number of persons of. Who are still being considered as possible suspects? There's only so many assets you have so every day. The command staff is making decisions as to where do we apply the limited assets, we have so when you come in with a new name. It's better be a stronger argument than the old names. We have because surveillance is gonna come off old name to go to a new name. But they didn't need any more convincing an agent started moving into place all through the day. Caves, Tony Paige ski had been feeling like something was about to break in the case. One of the reasons I thought that something could be going on is that a number of sources who'd been responsive during the investigation all of a sudden stopped returning my phone calls Tuesday afternoon. They stopped returning my calls. They stopped returning my texts. And so that made me think that there had been a turn in the investigation, and that whatever was happening. They wanted to keep it all tra- secret outside the command center. We only knew what we were being told that the most recent package bombs have been accounted for one exploded. Another deactivated by police at the time. We didn't know anything about the FEC surveillance video or anything about a man wearing a wig gloves going into the store or a red pickup truck by Tuesday evening. We were reporting on the possibility that police might have video of the bomber tonight. The cameras that move recording. Inside this often shipping center might have captured the clip police need to crack this cakes the video now being watched by federal investigators who say this is where at least one of the bombs was put in the mail. Investigators were working every angle getting warrants lining up plans to move in learning all they could about the suspect known as Mark Condit. We started working up a background on the suspect. Trying to obviously understand any of his affiliations known associates residences that he was tied to vehicles that he's tied to casting a wide net. So we could work to locate him they were grappling with a lot of decisions among them whether to reach out to the public for help knowing they were racing against. Time in that the bomber could strike again at any minute. They debated releasing the suspects photo, but some of them like the treadmill now ski who'd hunted down. Eric Rudolph were not in favour nothing. Remember in that case? Once we identified him that information got out to the public, and we spent the next five years looking for him. I mean, the biggest man hunt, you know, in US history. So we're very cognizant of that. And concern about that. It goes back to a lesson from the Boston bombing T, honest with you we're in the Boston bombing video was captured showing the bombers and there was debate. There. Do we release that video or do we wait and do more investigative activity is it's double edged sword. You put the video out you show the world who the bomber is. And you get more is to tell you where he's now you just told the bomber you're onto him which could push that person into more violence that was a debate that the F B I had with the Boston bombing. Now is there to debate that I raised. Sd Austin because although we needed to take action. I didn't want to take action and tip. The bomber off that we knew it was him. Because frankly, I was scared that he would go out and do more mass murder. And by nightfall police had another decision to make do we go execute. The search warrant at his residence or do we wait for daylight? We knew that he was a very skilled bombmaker, and the likelihood that his home at a minimum would contain explosive devices, but also likely maybe booby-trapped would make it a very complicated tactical operation for our tactical teams. And then the other unknown was whether or not he was actually in the house at that moment. And we knew if we executed the warrant that night. And he was not in the home. He would likely get word and possibly leave and make it much much more difficult to find him. And and who knows commit what violence along the way to do. A swat raid in search of bombers house at night safety. Wise is not a great decision. So based on all that we decided let's spend tonight trying to find him get him under surveillance. And then tomorrow morning rest the troops. Make sure everybody's ready. Do it as safely as possible? We would hit the house. It was an agonizing choice for Brian mainly. It was a tough choice for all of them knowing that the bomber was still out. There may be planning another attack. That's the job you have to make the decisions. And in that moment, I felt like the right decision consulting, obviously with my my partners. We really were ineffective team the SAC's for both the FBI the ATF that the right thing to do was to wait for sunup. So they waited and we waited and then the unthinkable.

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"mark condit" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on Nightline

"Slowly. Shine my flashlight just looking I just started doing what a soldier would do. And I was like there's got to be something here. The trip wire. The device was placed on the ground, and he covered it the device with the scientists sealant somewhat the trip wire ran across the sidewalk here and was probably only about three inches off the ground, and it was anchored to a metal stake somewhere around this location. This entire wall was just covered with with pot marks from the shrapnel that was propelled from the device. It's a tough message delivered community. You're telling them be concerned about anything. I can't give you a description of what that is. But if you see anything that looks out of place, you need to call us want everyone within a half mile radius of this intersection of dawn song drive and Republic of Texas back here at Travis country to stay inside your homes until we have had a chance to deem this neighborhood, say eight tripwire a technique typically used in war zones. It told him that the bomber was growing a cunning at confidence. A you thinking to some degree that this is a signal to you that he's toying with you. I think it was a signal. We also were very concerned because of the change in the bomb this fisticuffs of the bomb, which now laid let us back to thinking could this be terrorist. He had people of interest throughout this investigation and debt denied of the trip wire device. We knew those people were and they were nowhere near that. So unfortunately, the morning we start processing that scene. We were at square one. Breaking news a package exploding at a FedEx facility, then on the night of parched nineteenth eight fifth explosion this time a package awaiting shipment inside a FedEx sorting facility just outside of San Antonio that. Balmy drink what impli? Von to. That elevated our concerns tremendously because now you're shipping something and before we knew they were placed meaning it could be anywhere. And we didn't know how many it was the bombers method of delivery lease just perceive there, I found out subject male two packages, one of which was now in Austin. I call the FedEx facility in Austin described the package to the manager. And he said, yes, we have that particular box. And he said, it's on the dock for outbound Delury. So at that point, I told the manager that is a live improvised explosive device evacuate the building. And then called the bond squad by doing the ABD bumps. Want had arrived on the scene. We merely sent one of our robots inside and look at the package. Get the tracking numbers off of it and see that. Yes. This was the package that the bomb squad safely. Intercepted had been marked for delivery that same day the tracking number leading the authorities. This FedEx store he was wearing a disguise when he walked into the FedEx, and he was wearing gloves. Fedex employees said he went and got into a red Ford ranger the fact that he walked in raise. That was his biggest mistake. Authorities reached out to Home Depot where they believed the bomber may have purchased supplies. The Home Depot organized retail crime division works in tandem with law enforcement for these kinds of situations. We are then able to identify those gloves come up with a product identification number and combined with that in the sign is where we're able to generate the one receipt purchased here in rock after scouring hours of surveillance footage. They found it when he walked into building. He asked the door greeter some questions. Can I ask him where certain items were he purchased a red sign like this reading Dr like your kids live? You're used in the trip wire, explosion and gloves. He would wear to drop off those packages at FedEx he can be seen exiting the Home Depot and getting into his vehicle as that information was being called into the command center, a team of FBI analysts immediately started searching for the person who had purchased those supplies and own that red truck, I was systematically going through each name and just looking at what what kind of co with this person half. And I got to about the seventh name it was the bomber's name. And I conducted a search to find out what kind of equal. He had. It was exactly the vehicle that we are looking for you're taking the information in real time. And actually, basically finding the suspect. Yes. Which is why was a heart stopping moment, and I got goosebumps. I knew I knew this is something good. Finally, what alluded him for eight. Eighteen days they had the identity of the bomber they began the process of preparing search warrants, but it was already late. So we decided that we were going to hold and execute that warrant at sunup without making any further notice never did get the sun up digit. We didn't. Next. The hunt for the bummer intensifies. I told them whatever you do. You've got to stop him before he gets on the interstate. Got an experiment. Got an explorer. Stay with us. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash Nightline. That's indeed dot com slash Nightline. This special edition of Nightline nineteen Jay's of terror continues here again met gunman. A year ago? Allston was a city on edge the hunt. I suspected serial bomber tonight striking fear yet again in Austin over the course of nineteen days. Elusive bomber dangled the state capital on a string beer clearly dealing with. What we expect to be a serial bomber at this point. But through painstaking work with authorities had identified a suspect Twenty-three-year-old, Mark Condit o'clock in the morning. I was in the command post the surveillance team reported. We've got him the bomber had gone dark, but after briefly turning on his cell phone. They were able to pin. His location tracking him to this hotel parking lot in a suburb north of Austin. The bombers car was directly over this hedgerow in this corner parking spot or I was in that space that's facing south dark out my lights. I could see the bombers vehicle from an oblique angle, and I'm going through in my head. How's this going to play out just down the road? Members of the city swan team were staged in. Another nearby parking lot. We had information. He was inside the vehicle that was parked. He didn't care who he hurt or killed at this point. We had to stop him that night. Hey, y'all know if FBI's work in this area too at the same time, we can't spook him. I got an eerie feeling that one going to end. Well. Eric ground is on the move back. Now now I backed out proceeded in behind him as well APD swat had the two vehicles that were directly behind him followed him out. Thirty five. Taking a writer southbound he proceeded south on the service road turned out to go to the frontage road divide thirty five. Get old settlers and. Right now, we had quite a few people pull up behind him. And if you look at the videotape see a pretty long train at that point. The guy knew Schwab team had one shot one final chase. The idea was that we needed to hit his van hard enough to try to disable his vehicle. One of our biggest fears is on impact it was going to explode. So I told them whatever you do you to stop him before he gets on the interstate.

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"mark condit" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on KTOK

"Firearms on an October Sabbath morning storms, tree of life synagogue in. Pittsburgh's squirrel hill neighborhood. The gunman killed eleven worshippers. He wounded six others and professed hatred of Jews even claiming President Trump was under Jewish control in the Los Angeles suburb of Thousand Oaks dancing on the dance floor, and I clearly heard a gunshot come from behind me a country western bar hosting a college night became a target of an Iraq war veteran with known mental health concerns that gunman killed himself after killing eleven others hero. Police sergeant Ron Hillis who responded to the borderline bar and grill died by friendly fire. Kevin ebben mass shootings were not the only crimes on the police blotter in two thousand eighteen boxes. Jeff monosso looks at some of the other cases that kept the courts busy 2018 began with David and Louise Turpin arrested in Paris, California were investigators say the couple's thirteen children were shackled. Through their bads is starved and tortured a prison sentence for former USA gymnastics sports, Dr Larry Nassar behind bars for life after sexually abusing female athletes, like Olympic gold, medalist Aly Razman who told Nassar in court do realize now that we this group of women you so heartlessly abused over such a long period of time are now a force and you are nothing in Austin, Texas. We believe that a trip wire was used after the fourth of five package explosions leading to suspect Mark Condit who killed himself before capture twenty year old college student, Molly Tibbets vanished in July, while jogging in Brooklyn, Iowa surveillance video would lead to suspect. Christian Rivera illegal alien who awaits trial for murder twenty nine year old Richard Russell was broken guy. Radio. Traffic on broadcast defy before the ground service worker at the Seattle airport hijacked and empty horizon airplane and crashed it on a small island in the Puget Sound killing himself up Pennsylvania. Grand jury reports accused over three hundred Catholic priests of sexually abusing minors. The time of telling these victims to keep their truth to themselves has ended one thousand victims identified President Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort pled guilty to federal charges as part of a plea deal in cooperation with Russia probe a deal that prosecutors now say Manafort breached as President Trump insists nothing.

"mark condit" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Cain at the same time condemn white supremacy and white nationalism. And that was in the wording now to go further than that at this particular juncture thought would not yield the number of votes that I wanted to see. King himself voted in favor of the resolution because he said his remarks were taken out of context and that he to condemns racism several lawmakers have also come forward publicly urging king to resign Senator Kirsten gillibrand has entered the growing field of two thousand twenty democratic presidential contenders. Telling TV host Stephen Colbert, she's launching an exploratory committee fifty two year old New York Democrat made the announcement last night on the late show. The field for the democratic nomination could include more than a dozen candidates. There have been no known links found to outside terror groups or the so called Austin bomber. That's the finding by the FBI documents show that Twenty-three-year-old Mark Condit had no accomplices or any recognize links to international terror groups or domesticate groups when he launched the deadly attacks in Austin, beginning March second the explosions killed two people and seriously injured four others after bombs for left outside homes, and along a public trail another exploded a FedEx distribution center in San Antonio, kind of blew up March twenty first as officers closed in to make an arrest on a cellphone video. He allegedly confessed and called himself a psychopath, Kim, lampkin KLIF news. Kayla of news time is now seven thirty three the fate of the UK's exit. From the European Union is uncertain after Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan was shot down in parliament by a vote of four thirty two to two zero two. Steve Kastenbaum says now the conservative leader faces a no confidence vote the historic defeat left the UK on an uncertain course. And Prime Minister Theresa may saying that the March twenty ninth deadline isn't going away. This is.

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"mark condit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Become the next governor of Texas. He was right there. All five foot five of them in all his splendor. Right there. When was the last time? Chuck Norris was revelant when when did people care about his career? Walker Texas ranger. I did an infomercial with Christie Brinkley about this whole thing. Equipment. That was made. But it's on at about four o'clock in the morning. What's missing from this story today? The FBI says. I guess this is official, and I guess you have to do it. And I assume it needed to be investigated because maybe we will learn more investigative at the FBI found no evidence that the alleged. I don't know why we're still saying alleged. I'm going to go ahead. And that he was the bomber on. So I'm gonna go and drop alleged nowadays. The Austin bomber Mark Condit was motivated by quote, any recognized ideology, according to a motion filed by the US attorney's office investigators found that Condit had no communication with international terror groups or domestic hate groups. What's missing though? What's missing is? Manifesto? We've never heard I'm frame. Yeah. You know, what if somebody wanted us to quietly go away, let's admit it sort of quietly gone away. We've never heard festival. Thinking about this anymore is when some item is mentioned, which is really nothing more than a formality because the guy blew himself up. We all know that we've all seen the crazy video. We all know the story a twenty five minutes alleged confession. Condit made before he died remained sealed along with other evidence in the investigation. Let me ask why wary of thousand nineteen let us deal with whether we think it's important or not let us know. I think the big fear is, you know, this. We all know this Hoppy cats. Zingo? There's no. There's gotta be something to the public and clean out of that to say, hey, I would think we need to do this to help trouble. Trouble early twentysomething person with mental health issues, and maybe they can throw up some some things that some moms neck, say oops. That's my daughter. I think it's our right to know. I still think it's our right to know. I think they may have successfully waited long enough where people no longer care. But I still think it's our right to know that saying it's not going to be crazy not saying that it's not gonna fall into the hands of another nutcase. Look another nutcase already knows all about Marconnet of they do nutcase who's inclined to go bomb people in that case. Yeah. This is not new. We you can't idiot proof and psycho proof everything this is for the rest of us. And if you say, well, why is it for the rest of us because it's our investigation. Our police our attorneys. I think it's our video. And it was our citizens who were killed right to see or not see. Agree. Eight hundred percent. I don't know what good or bad is to be taken from it. That's up to us. The way I see it. But I think now. I don't know that there's an appetite anymore for this until just now I think most of us even in the business that we're in have lost our appetite for anything, Mark Condit. I think we learned all that. We were gonna learn except for twenty five minutes he made a video. That we're told bragged about threatened he made a psychopathic video. Yeah. From what we know. But it's ours. The way I see it. And I think what's going to happen is this story is going to go away immediately and the things going to disappear again. There's never been appetite for that video that I really thought there was going to be. I thought there would be too. And I'm I'm I'm falling on the side of let's find out what made this guy tick. And let us that. So tragedies like this can't happen. Again. I'm on that side of the deal. That's what I think. Yeah. Crazy young man that lived right here. They went crazy and would have killed more of us given the opportunity or the time he made a video on purpose. And its intent. I think is up for us to decide, but I think this is all going to go away. What won't go away and probably prompted by a lawsuits that we talked about just yesterday. That is a guy who fell over a scooter on a sidewalk and is suing somebody he wants his medical bills doing the scooter company of twenty four hundred dollars. And then we all know what's going to happen next. Each side the scooter company. The city of Austin, maybe pointing fingers at each other saying not my problem. So maybe that prompted the item that came out this afternoon. Thanks, man dot com. It's time to get used to electric scooters and e bikes whizzing up and down Austin's public trails now that the city's parks and recreation department has started a pilot program allowing them to share parkland pass, the let's get this straight. It's entirely possible. The city of Austin is going to be mentioned in a lawsuit about a guy who tripped on a scooter. So somebody with the city thinks it's a better idea to have more scooters, which by the way is fourteen thousand one hundred stand up and seated scooters it's up to fourteen thousand now you don't think there's going to be more lawsuits. Just wait. And as we say, wait as we said, Jeff in the city of Denver they've captain Matt seventeen hundred. That's it. No more seventeen hundred compared to over ten thousand dollars ELO. Okay. We haven't even hashed out the first of many scooter lawsuits in a genius thinks it's a good idea for more people to be on scooters on trails. Okay. All right lookout taxpayers. Just look out. This to me is an invitation not only do I think it's stupid and dangerous. It's an invitation for you, the taxpayer to get on the hook the next person that gets hit or trips or falls, whatever. It got the blessing of the city, which some lawyers gonna say they told us we could write. Well, you're going to hear some action from the university of Texas athletic department. It was learned today that Longhorn star shortstop who is out for the year because of a torn achilles. And this is a guy who was going to go in the top five five rounds of the major league draft. He injured himself. He's out for six months. He's out for the year because it was a scooter action, and I said earlier on this show many months ago, I saw Longhorn quarterback Sam etlinger several guys. Riding scooters like crazy. I I don't know Tom Herman or the athletic department wants to do that. But here this Longhorn all American shortstop out for the year because of a scooter accident. Well, just get ready tax payers. This is this is an idea only electric bikes can be ridden along lady bird lake on the Android Butler, hike and bike trail. Yeah. That's me. That's you. There are currently fourteen thousand one hundred stand up and seeded scooters a least according to city rule. So there may be more than that feels like there's more than that. There is they do. Nice job is sort of pointing out what the rules are pretty obvious stuff. The big question is or else what? Yeah. Or else? Point number one, scooter riders should follow traffic signals and signs. One person is allowed to write a screwed at a time. Really how many of you can gosh. Well, I'd like someone to try to have a couple of people. Oh, no. Oh, that's commonplace. Jeff I've seen I've seen two people on scooters. I've seen people in dogs on scooters. I've seen dads with kids holding onto their waste on the shoulders. Yeah. Okay. Good luck. Good luck with that. Let's see yield to pedestrians which includes people walking biking or those with disabilities. Where a helmet if you're seventeen or younger the question is or else. What are there are that fines in place is that excuse us of any liability for the next one hundred accidents that take place when somebody says he pockets taxpayers pony up? Pony up. Guess what happened today your roots are taking root? That's right. The Ruash team newest team in Major League Soccer. There's going to be a team whether or not this stadium kicks off. Getting a little sketched. Well, I don't think it's sketchy at all to me. But I'm not sure those signatures are gonna get certified because somebody might lose the stamp of the city. I think somebody may not get certified. I think the city wants it so bad. They've got everything in place with the right.

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"mark condit" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And scroll of the feature section and takes twenty nineteen tech survey today, I'm sorry. You're drowned out. I don't hear a word you're saying John Williams is in the studio. Okay. I'll do two hours on the fast food buffet, the president served the Clemson Tigers. So I I didn't get Burger King. But now I understand that. It's why so Burger King tweeted out that they were all out of hamburgers. Burgers, because the president tweeted out this morning would last night or somewhere that kings. Right. But he said, you know, I bought hamburgers for them. Kofi the thing. Oh, he misspelled burger. But I think he's referring to McDonald's food so Burger King. Then tweeted out we're all out of hamburgers today, but we will be serving Hamburg. Well, the humor of Typos is lost. When it's coming from the president because you just don't know on Facebook. I said what's your fantasy fast food fake? What are you serving? Steve go. Oh, deep fried shrimp from where from your house. I don't know. I didn't what is your fantasy fast food buffet. You mean? So for me, it's a Walker with cheese. No ketchup. It's an arby's. Curly, fry. Oh, no, no, go ahead. No. Well, this is what I'm gonna do for two hours. I'm glad you got here early. Hear the sounds that met Stacey Saint Clair. The Tribune will come by to thank Todd Jason Van Dyke sentencing. Visit with the labor attorney about what the options are aren't for federal workers here. The sounds that matter the top five at five from the Roe Conn show with Anna, devante, weekday afternoons on seven twenty WGN. Chicago smart speaker users just say play WGN radio and tune in the news sponsored by American weather makers, huge ever-growing, overcast skies. Twenty seven degrees out O'Hare several moderate house. Democrats have told the president thanks, but no thanks on an offer for lunch at the White House. The president extended the invitation with hopes of putting some distance between rank and file lawmakers and its leadership when it comes to the border wall. So far Democrats have stood together in their opposition to the wall. This is day twenty five of the partial federal government shutdown. These. City of Evanston is trying to help furloughed government workers who lived there, offering emergency assistance program to help people pay their bills, Kimberly Richardson is Evanston deputy manager when people are trying to stay warm kit by best they can beginning of the year. We just feel that it's important that they know that their local government agencies here for them in that we want to make sure that whatever stress to they're having that we can help in some form or fashion. People can apply for financial assistance for food electricity and home bills. President Trump's choice for attorney general Bill bar is on Capitol Hill and his Senate confirmation hearing dominating the discussion is how he would handle special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. Here's democratic Senator Chris coons, if the president directed you to change those regulations and then fire Muller. We're simply directly fired Muller. Would you follow Richardson's example and resign instead? Assuming there was no good 'cause assuming no good caught. I I would not carry out that instruction bar is expected to be confirmed because Republicans hold the majority in the Senate federal agents have determined the man they say killed two people and injured four others with a series of bombs in Texas last March had no ties to terrorist organizations or hate groups Twenty-three-year-old Mark Condit blew himself up as officers closed in on him agents found a recording. He made on a cellphone confessing to the crimes the motive is still unclear some of the leading candidates for mayor went before the Tribune editorial board today. Ethics dominated the discussion in light of the federal charges. Lodged against alderman at Burke, all of the candidates agreed change is needed. But differed on the details, they offered idea ideas, rather to ban elected officials from outside employment and ending the practice of ultra Matic privilege that gives alderman a lot of power over projects and permits in their ward the headliner to this summer's rib fest. Has been announced. That is Billy idol he will.

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"mark condit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The country? President Trump has told the American Farm Bureau convention in New Orleans, there would be no substitute for physical barrier. Along the us Mexican border, Texas, Senator John Cornyn says Democrats not relenting on President Trump's border wall could be hurting victims recovering from last year's natural disaster. Cornyn says he stands with the press. On wanting five point seven billion dollars for a border wall. Also believe taking the step like declaring a national emergency in diverting disaster relief to border security would seriously hurt those who are still recovering from the impact of natural disasters. Like, hurricane Harvey Cornyn calls on Democrats to come to the table to negotiate in good faith, while Democrats Colin Republicans to break with the president and approved reopening the government without border wall funding, Eric like, I'm NewsRadio KLBJ thousands of federal employees in the Austin area are furloughed due to the government shutdown. The central Texas food Bank is now stepping in to help with getting something to eat s. People miss those paychecks realize that there are over twenty five thousand federal employees in our service area that are going to be impacted by this and maybe seeking services for the first time ever in their lives. Chief development officer, Mark Jackson says they'll have food and other resources for federal employees at the food Bank food Bank beginning tomorrow from nine AM until five pm on metropolis drive in east Austin now, just because federal work. Are not getting paid is not going to be a valid excuse for getting any break on a property to property taxes. This according to the Travis county tax office, which says those workers will still have to meet the January thirty first deadline. So if this applies to you and you're unable to do. So tax officials say you'll need to pay as much as you can buy the deadline, then call the tax office about a payment plan, the FBI has closed its probe into Austin bomber Mark Condit. There are still lingering questions, especially when it comes to his victims. It's not clear whether or not Condit targeted them specifically or a random. However, what we do know for certain house at the FBI has determined Condit was a lone wolf he had no accomplices, nor was he operating based on a radicalized ideology. Only one search warrant has been on sealed arrest warming hidden from public view Condit's bombs killed two people and left five others severely wounded before. Police tracked him down ceelo property group has reportedly finalized a deal to purchase a parcel of land just west of the arch homeless shelter, which is served as a parking lot for years. According to the Austin business journal, this deal's likely worthwhile. More than twelve point seven million dollar appraised value. The plan to build a new mixed use development on the plot. Which would almost certainly force the city to reassess the future of the arch which has long been criticized for attracting filth and drugs and crime to the area. One of the chief complaints with Dr scooters continues to be where they're parked and also where they're driven Joe Desa. Tell with lime scooter says these growing pains will be answered in time the company recently pulled its users and asked where they wanted to be while riding by and large writers want more and better protected bike lanes. That's where they prefer to ride. He says the city already has a bike master plan and the industry is looking for ways to encourage more shared use lanes. As to the issue of parking doesn't tell says that is something that industry is actively working on through education and policy. John Kelly, NewsRadio KLBJ, and it's mostly cloudy starts here. Tuesday morning. Forty three degrees in lake Travis. I'm Patrick Osborne. You can get Austin news on demand at NewsRadio KLBJ dot com. Jeff warden, egged Clinton should've awesome. I don't get it. The scooter thing is somewhat out of control. But it is what it is. And apparently, there's no turning back. Now. No wonder we're back for fat. We can't even walk it on hike and bike trail you try to leave deep Eddie on one. I got on is the worst idea I've ever heard. I got on and cooler heads, prevail. Awesome. You'd make about twelve feet pull out right in the middle lake Austin boulevard, and it's your face playing Jeff Ward, Ed Clements. Three to seven on NewsRadio KLBJ. Sexton. I have yet to see somebody say that the president can't you and they have made a real effort to strip executive power away from this present in every which way the court's particularly they have been chipping away at President Trump's executive authority as much as they can after bending over backwards to extend Barack Obama's way beyond the boundaries of the constitution separation. Now that it's from there trying to constrain and restrain him in every way, they are seven and ten pm.

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"mark condit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It's five O five a good Tuesday morning to you. I'm Patrick Osborne. Austin's on time traffic and things are moving along pretty well right now to start Tuesday morning commute on all your major roadways and moving pretty smoothly at the moment. No crashes no stalls that are going to get in your way right at right now. Let's get a look at your NewsRadio kill DJ radar. Watch. Today will be cloudy and chilly. Wet spotty drizzle. We'll have a high of fifty three degrees from the weather center. I'm. And this news brought to you by illuminated tonight is an audiologist topping Austin's news, the FBI has closed its investigation into last year's bombings in Austin that killed two people and injured five others and left the city on edge for weeks, according to the US attorney's office, the FBI has found no evidence that the bomber Mark Condit had any accomplices nor was he motivated by any radicalized ideology. Some information is still being withheld including whether or not Condit targeted as victims specifically or a random with around twenty five thousand area, federal employees going without paychecks getting their families fed is becoming a problem. That's where the central Texas food Bank is stepping in chief development officer, Mark Jackson says they're having a special emergency food distribution at the food Bank tomorrow from nine to five for federal employees and anyone else who needs. We're also going to have a resource fair while working really hard right now to bring together as many folks as possible. So these federal employees can learn other resources are available to them. And there. Jackson says with the indefinite shutdown. He's counting on the community to help keep up food banks supplies, Eric like, NewsRadio KLBJ. The fact that federal workers are not getting paid is not going to be valid excuse for getting a break on property taxes. According to the Travis county tax office. Those workers will still have to meet the January thirty first deadline. Fun able to do. So tax officials say you'll need to pay as much as you can buy the deadline, and then call the tax office about a payment plan the future of the arch homeless shelter may be in jeopardy. Local developers yellow property group is buying a vacant lot. Just west of the shelter and has plans to build a mixed use development beginning next year..

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"mark condit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Sinus and snoring specialists. Awesome. Police are looking for a new approach to mental health. Call September audit found Austin have one of the nation's highest rates for police shootings involving people in a mental health crisis. Now ABD's increasing training for those calls from dispatcher to responding officer. But assistant g Jody Cohen says these calls should require very little interaction with police. We should be absolutely kind of last resort. When all other methods of trying to resolve issues that they have been exhausted. In the last decade. There's been a ninety five percent increase in mental health calls new policy. Requires a mental health officer to be dispatched immediately, Patrick Osborne. Newsradio KLBJ violent crime in Pflueger. Ville saw a decline in two thousand eighteen by an overall twenty percent. According to the statesman said he data shows that trend has continued since twenty seventeen the capture of bummer. Mark Condit was the most significant incident of the year for Pflueger Ville, there were no murders committed within the city limits in twenty eight. Austin state Senator Kirk Watson taking the Facebook tonight in conjunction with the Travis county Democratic Party Watson is laying out what his priorities are for the Eighty-six legislative session Watson will surely address the broken public school finance system. But then when we get into the school, finance and how we're gonna pay for it. We have to do right by the local property tax payer Watson who was riding high on Dem's flipping a dozen seats in the house in two in the Senate has indicated he also wants to work on fixing retirement in healthcare for teachers John Kelly, NewsRadio KLBJ preparations are ongoing at the state capitol for the inauguration of governor abbot tomorrow KLBJ's, Chris FOX's more..

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"mark condit" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Police sergeant Ron Hillis who responded to the borderline bar and grill died by friendly fire. Kevin ebb and mass shootings were not the only crimes on the police blotter in two thousand eighteen boxes. Jeff monosso looks at some of the other cases, they kept the courts busy twenty eighteen began with David and Louise Turpin arrested in Paris, California, where investigators say the couple's thirteen children. Were shackled to their beds starved and tortured a prison sentence for former USA gymnastics sports, Dr Larry Nassar behind bars for life after sexually abusing female athletes, like Olympic gold, medalist Aly, raise men who told Nassar in court realize now that we this group of women you so heartlessly abused over such a long period of time are now a force and you are nothing in Austin, Texas. We believed that a trip wire was used police after the fourth of five package explosions leading to suspect Mark Condit who killed himself before capture twenty year old college student, Molly Tibbets vanished in July, while jogging in Brooklyn, Iowa surveillance video would lead to suspect. Christian Rivera illegal alien who awaits trial for murder twenty nine year old Richard Russell was broken guy. Radio. Traffic on broadcast defy before the ground service worker at the Seattle airport hijacked and empty horizon airplane and crashed it on a small island in the Puget Sound killing himself up Pennsylvania. Grand jury report accused over three hundred Catholic priests of sexually abusing minors. The time of telling these victims to keep their truth to themselves has ended one thousand victims identified President Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort pled guilty to federal charges as part of a plea deal in cooperation with Russia probe deal that prosecutors now say Manafort breached as President Trump insists.

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Austin bomb suspect called self a 'psychopath,' congressman says

Overnight Talk

02:14 min | 3 years ago

Austin bomb suspect called self a 'psychopath,' congressman says

"From washington to los angeles there were large demonstrations for safer schools that in the aftermath of the deadly parkland florida shooting rampage and other mass shoot school shootings singer bay took part in the one in washington yeah let's see there have also been demonstrations on the west coast seattle in colorado where the columbine school shooting occurred two decades ago wcbs television reporter geno the angeles was at the march for our lives rally in new york city signs the number of people marching for their lives to actually show that we're taking action and we want change a sign change could be on the horizon eighteenth birthday and i will be voting activists making sure their voices are heard as they flood the streets of manhattan why are you marching on for the kids that died and all the school shootings and honoring them crowds convince this is just the beginning of a long march to change more information now coming out from the cell phone audio recording left by twentythreeyearold mark condit was the suspected serial bomber in austin texas some of the details coming from congressman michael mccall he did refer to himself as a psychopath he did not show any remorse in fact questioning his himself as to why he didn't feel remorse for what he did what police say he did was to plant bombs in different parts of austin killing two people seriously injuring four others auto mexico for the latest on the unexplained death of an american family that was vacationing there an iowa couple and their two children died at a rented condo in mexico's caribbean coast cbs news reporter adrienne bard has more from mexico city topsy showed the shark family died from inhaling gas we don't know yet if someone left the gas on or if there was a leak in the gas line at the penthouse condo they were renting mexican authorities said the findings ruled out both suicide and murder they said there was no blood no evidence of violence and that everything in the room was intact for studies also showed the family of four were probably dead for between thirty six and forty eight hours before they were found in sports as the.

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Facebook and Cambridge Analytica hit with first state lawsuit

02:31 min | 3 years ago

Facebook and Cambridge Analytica hit with first state lawsuit

"In hundreds of events called march for our lives many came with signs nine says please keep me safe mine actually guns do kill people ryan says protect kids not done smyth fine says it has sought some prayers crossed out and assess policy change instead sampling of people in washington dc the austin cereal package bomber left a confession in which he called himself a psychopath in that recording mark condit who blew himself up on tuesday expressed no remorse for his victims loyola of illinois is heading to the final four of men's college basketball after cruising past kansas state seventy eight sixty two in the night's other elite eight game michigan leads florida state by four about midway through the secondhalf on richard johnson and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters the wall street journal reports federal reserve bank of san francisco president john williams is the leading candidate to replace william dudley as head of the new york fed williams who's fifty five has led the san francisco fed since two thousand eleven when he took the reins from janet yellen who went onto become fed chair before she stepped down february third dudley who's sixty five has said he plans to step down by mid year as we've been reporting to people familiar with the matter say president donald trump is preparing to expel dozens of russian diplomats from the us this in response to the nerve agent poisoning of a former russian spy in the uk trump agreed with recommendations from advisers and the expulsions are likely to be announced on monday the people said though they cautioned that trump's decision may not be final facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and members of the company's board are being sued by a shareholder for breach of fiduciary duty this for failing to protect users from misuse of personal data in the controversy over cambridge analytica the shareholder filed the suit in san francisco federal court the board reads like a who's who in silicon valley mark zuckerberg marquette andriessen erskine bowles susan desmond hellman reed hastings yawn com sheryl sandberg and peter thiel saudi arabia and energy minister khalid al follow us as americans will have a chance to own shares in saudi arabia's oil company saudi aramco he spoke today to an audience at the massachusetts institute of technology saudi crown prince mohammad bin salman is visiting the us this week traders and investors have another day of rest and.

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On the scene in Parkland, Florida, where "March for Our Lives" was born

Ric Edelman

01:47 min | 3 years ago

On the scene in Parkland, Florida, where "March for Our Lives" was born

"The march of our lives safe found their voice they found their defining issue they're demanding change and america will have no choice but to listen to that florida democrat congressman ted deutch in the nation's capital today for the largest of the gatherings under the umbrella march for our lives that includes a big one in los angeles comedian amy schumer among those at the microphone praising those who are calling for a huge change in the nation's gun laws what we do in things are hard and messy and involved doing what's right and not what is wrong clearly wrong like taking money from the nra to uphold these laws outdated by hundreds of years were about eight hundred marches around the us today a small number of counter protests also happened including one on the steps of the trump international hotel in washington in salt lake city some counter protesters said they believe the ultimate goal of march for our lives is to unarm america president trump has said nothing about the march is in the us today but he did express sympathy with the people of france for yesterday's terror incident that killed four including a police officer who exchanged himself for a hostage during the standoff in the southern town of carcassonne in austin texas they're a long way from concluding the investigation into the serial package bombings that left two dead and five injured before the bomber mark condit blew himself up tuesday night all we really have this point time and i should say the investigation is ongoing or his own words from his confession tape where he describes himself as a psychopath texas congressman michael mccall ian austin the i two of the final four will be settled tonight right now royal of chicago leads kansas state thirty six twenty four at halftime still.

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"I wish I were sorry but I am not": Texas bombing suspect recorded statement on cellphone

The Paul W. Smith Show

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"I wish I were sorry but I am not": Texas bombing suspect recorded statement on cellphone

"Only one place that's why he went to jail dick hafner hazel park schools redford union oak park they're closed more than two dozen schools in school districts around here are closed today because of social media threats to students at chandler park academy middle school in harper woods have been arrested for threats that were made a few days ago distributed via snapchat both charged with making a terrorist threat that's a felony austin texas bomber mark condit said on his cellphone confession i wish i was sorry but i'm not that's one of several new pieces of information from the investigation of the bombings and the take down of condit in austin he had what appears to be a list revealed on his statement to his phone that might have been a hit list of future places he was going to bomb paramedics mistakenly made contact with conduct before the authorities moved in on him hours before condit blew himself up ems was told that there was an emergency at condit's house here's part of the nine one one call stage at your fire station do not make the squad to eleven did you get the stage on this call now we didn't there's nothing here at this address that person said that from the ems rig because condit told them he had no emergency this may have spooked condit who then flew out in his suv and fled his final words were i wish i was sorry but i'm not law enforcement is still going through many leads to see of condit was working with anybody else or left behind anymore bombs the mayor of sacramento california says he's horrified by video showing police officers firing twenty times at an unarmed black man who was killed in a backyard shooting they thought he had a weapon but it turned out to be a cell phone the entire horrifying sequence unfolds in only a few seconds the fatal police shooting of stefan clark sunday night in sacramento police say the officers thought he was approaching them pointing a gun at them but investigators say they only found a cell phone on him the shooting took place in the backyard of clark's distraught grandmother right there dead and i told them murderers murderers president trump has taken the.

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"mark condit" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Investigators have now found in mark anthony condit's home in the locked room where he worked here's abc's chief justice correspondent pierre thomas tonight tonight is teams poor the home of suspected austin bomber mark condit officials say police have found a locked room in his home use to make bombs along with the hit list of particular targets and addresses they went out to these residences and then swept him to make sure there are no explosive devices it comes as new images surface of condit buying electric part days before the first deadly package bomb exploded k a n tv obtaining surveillance from that store video turned over to the atf more than a week ago investigators painstakingly putting the bombs back together finding parts like nails and screws then tracing them back to possible stores clearly closing in but the big break coming when condit walked into that fedex drop off and mailed to bombs police sharing details about a twenty five minute confession recorded on condit's phone just hours before then explosive take down there were indications that he stayed added in the video that he felt like we were getting very close to him the twentythreeyearold repair technician had been home schooled dumped out of college and was unemployed his chilling final words according to abc affiliate cave you e i wish i were sorry but i'm not it is the outcry of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life that led him to this point at pierre thomas with us from washington tonight peer we heard the chief there talk about the recording on the bombers phone him talking about challenges in his personal life his family saying they had no idea of the quote darkness in their son's life and his mother had posted some very typical things on facebook about her son that's right david the post is from two thousand thirteen and it reflects more innocent times his mom talks about how he just graduated from high school and a host for his future the family says they never saw this coming david kerr thomas with us again tonight congress has just.

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Police: Austin Suspect's Recording Considered a 'Confession'

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:12 min | 3 years ago

Police: Austin Suspect's Recording Considered a 'Confession'

"Investigators have now found in mark anthony condit's home in the locked room where he worked here's abc's chief justice correspondent pierre thomas tonight tonight is teams poor the home of suspected austin bomber mark condit officials say police have found a locked room in his home use to make bombs along with the hit list of particular targets and addresses they went out to these residences and then swept him to make sure there are no explosive devices it comes as new images surface of condit buying electric part days before the first deadly package bomb exploded k a n tv obtaining surveillance from that store video turned over to the atf more than a week ago investigators painstakingly putting the bombs back together finding parts like nails and screws then tracing them back to possible stores clearly closing in but the big break coming when condit walked into that fedex drop off and mailed to bombs police sharing details about a twenty five minute confession recorded on condit's phone just hours before then explosive take down there were indications that he stayed added in the video that he felt like we were getting very close to him the twentythreeyearold repair technician had been home schooled dumped out of college and was unemployed his chilling final words according to abc affiliate cave you e i wish i were sorry but i'm not it is the outcry of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life that led him to this point at pierre thomas with us from washington tonight peer we heard the chief there talk about the recording on the bombers phone him talking about challenges in his personal life his family saying they had no idea of the quote darkness in their son's life and his mother had posted some very typical things on facebook about her son that's right david the post is from two thousand thirteen and it reflects more innocent times his mom talks about how he just graduated from high school and a host for his future the family says they never saw this coming david kerr thomas with us again tonight congress has just.

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2 US tourists die in helicopter crash on Great Barrier Reef

Red Eye Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

2 US tourists die in helicopter crash on Great Barrier Reef

"Are wisconsin's radio station news radio wgm jay bell walking from abc news i taught at in the aftermath of the explosion that killed suspected serial bomber mark condit early wednesday morning investigators found a cell phone it held the answers to many of the questions that have arisen since the first bomb attack on march second the phone contained a twenty five minute recorded statement essentially a confession offering details of the seven explosive devices that marquan is thought to have made but condit had no known connection with the people he injured or killed and the recording doesn't help there was no reason given for why he selected those individuals austin police chief brian manley calls the recorded message quote the outcry of a very challenged young man jim ryan abc news austin lawmakers reached a tentative deal wednesday night to keep the government open congress now preparing to pass a one point three trillion dollars spending bill by the end of the week abc's ben siegel in washington explains what's in the bill and what's not at the end of the day this bill includes some grant money for school safety protections and it also includes incentives for states to participate in the national back background check system but there isn't anything broader beyond that democrats were looking for broader stronger background checks in salt weapons ban those are not in this bill the measure includes several hundred million dollars for fencing towards president trump's border wall which was short of the one point six million the white house demanded also know daca protections are in the deal to american tourists killed two other americans injured in a helicopter crash australia's great barrier reef wednesday according to police a sixty five year old woman in a seventy nine year old man were pronounced dead a thirty four year old man of thirty three year old woman taken to a hospital with nonlife threatening injuries all for tourists said to have known each other queensland state police inspector ian houghton this is a tool medicaid experience for anyone involved in the in the situation the australian transport safety bureau will be investigating this crash on wall street wednesday the.

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Aurora Kindergarten Teacher Charged With Sex Assault

Nick Digilio

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Aurora Kindergarten Teacher Charged With Sex Assault

"In twenty seven degrees this morning at o'hare prosecutors in aurora have charged a kindergarten teacher was sexual assault bardwell elementary suspended one evan donald two weeks ago us marshals arrested in monday michaela carstens child is enrolled bardwell from my kids don't want them to do anything like crazy like i wanna cry not kids to suffer through that i haven't done those facing several charges including predatory criminal sexual assault involving at least two victims under the age of thirteen a search mark condit's home in suburban in austin texas suggests that he was considering building and deploying more bombs of the type that killed two people and wounded at least five more abc's jim ryan tells us what was found federal agents who first entered the home that mark conduct shared with two roommates discovered not more bombs but components to produce more bombs it was enough to prompt evacuation of people living and working within a five block area last night.

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Rick Saccone concedes to Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania congressional race

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

01:17 min | 3 years ago

Rick Saccone concedes to Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania congressional race

"And more news from the people you trust komo news more local news in just sixty seconds right now abc at five thirty now that austin texas serial bomber mark condit is dead he blew himself up before dawn is police surrounded him the question turns to why did he do it investigates ruling out terrorism and hate his motives and police chief brian manley says a recorded confession left by condit doesn't reveal much there was no indication of why these specific addresses in those that were delivered to homes or those that were placed in the community or those that were mailed there was no reason given for why he selected those individuals condit's family says they don't know what could have motivated him congressional negotiators have finalized the one point three trillion dollar spending plan it has big increases in defense and domestic spending but no protections were dreamer immigrants this has got to pass before friday's government shutdown more than a week later republican rick succumb conceited defeat democrat connor lamb a special congressional election in pennsylvania which has shaken republican confidence ahead of november's elections wall street the dow lost forty five points richard cantu abc news the northwest only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven.

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"mark condit" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Ten sugars and now the heroine conclusion dark chocolate curls almond milk sweet cream and extra whipped cream the end of one order and possibly of ashley in response starbucks baristas started tweeting their own most nightmarish orders you can find some of them collected on buzzfeed because i can't talk about this any longer although the low points do include a double blended smoked butterscotch lot hey with multiple serbs and slices of lime and a white mocha frappuccino with twenty pumps of different syrups graham cracker topping and marsh bill whipped cream look everyone needs a pick me up but these are more like don't pick me up so you can't pick me up some just going to gently suggest to the people adding all this junk to their drinks just wake up and realize you can't even smell the coffee for three weeks austin texas has been on edge six bombs have killed two people and wounded five last night as police surrounded their suspect there was another explosion detonated by the suspected serial bomber himself three year old mark anthony condit mr condit died in that explosion and now police are left to try to piece together what could have motivated him sean collins walsh is a reporter with the american statesman in austin we reached him in the newsroom shan i of okinawa tallus what happened late last night how is mark condit cornered he was cornered because of something that happened about twenty four hours before late last night he went into a fedex store and delivered a package and it was the surveillance video from that moment that said investigators on the past lead them to him on the side of the road last.

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Zuckerberg apologizes for Facebook mistakes with user data, vows curbs

The Sean Hannity Show

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Zuckerberg apologizes for Facebook mistakes with user data, vows curbs

"The victims of the bridge collapsed today at florida international university with vigil people gathered this morning on campus they walked to a makeshift memorial and left flowers also the first funerals are being held mark zuckerberg acknowledges that facebook has made some mistakes and the ceo is announced new steps to protect user data soccer claims he's trying to understand what happened after a political advertising firm obtain the personal data of fifty million users no one is being allowed in downtown pflueger village texas and in suspected bomber mark condit's neighborhood because of worries that bombs are in his house meanwhile condit's family is going to be issuing a statement and at some point today president trump is defending his phone call russian president vladimir putin this week he tweeted today the getting along with.

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Austin bomber suspect dead - live updates and details

The Glenn Beck Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Austin bomber suspect dead - live updates and details

"Breaking news station i've had allen austin police and federal agents are on the scene of the home or the austin bomber lived after he blew himself up when approached by this morning correspondent clayton neville says more information is being learned about twenty four year old mark condit who police as responsible for all of the recent bombings in austin neighbors of the condit family in fluker ville texas described the family as quiet mark conduct was the oldest of four children and was home schooled he attended a community college in austin for two years before going to work for a manufacturing company in his hometown job he was let go from in august this texas man says the bombings have made him forever conscious of deliveries i'm what i you know what i did what i what i get my mail steel was you never know police still working to determine if condit had any accomplices or any devices outgoing in the mail i'm clayton neville the federal reserve has done what was expected and raise two key interest rate today the new chair jerome powell says the fed act on a stronger economy including brighter jobs numbers job gains average two hundred and forty thousand per month over the past three months well above the pace needed in the long run to absorb new entrance into the labor force the unemployment rate remained low in february at four point one percent while the labor force participation rate moved higher we fed raise the federal funds rate which helps determine rates for mortgages credit cards and other borrowing to arrange at one point five to one point seven percent that was an increase of a quarter of a percentage point rates are still historically low the fourth nor'easter and three weeks is hammering the mid atlantic and northeast states new york city may have experienced it's worst springs snowstorms since nineteen fifty eight governor andrew cuomo has declared a state of emergency for new york city and its suburbs the declaration issued witness allows the state to cut red tape and make decisions that affect local governments uniformly police say slick roads were factor in a fatal crash on long island right now it is sixty two degrees in albuquerque our next news update is at two o'clock i'm pat alan on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b this got stigler show now at a brand new time three pm weekday oh on newsradio k k o v.

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"mark condit" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"mark condit" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Nfl hey man when the jets joe sanchez i thought that was the right move i really did great hair i really did need gray hair okay so troy vincent stepping out of the competition committee meeting which i'm imagining has broken up it's done i'm assuming if house tweeting yes right a catch rule language new it's out it's so simple except that last part what does that mean a football moves such as the or the ability to perform such an act jenner accident control yeah well done the league does not approve them timberlake's back she still can't she still can't perform our number three eric stonestreet troy vincent and you every monday get your weekly dose of jay more on more stories this week's guest heather graham you know roller girl who's your favorite muppet like from sesame street all the way all right front man yeah good why there's so many songs about rainbows mazing at such a good song right it really is henson's probably like the greatest actor that ever lived to make sure you subscribe to more stories exclusively on apple podcasts podcast one dot com or the new podcast one out don't forget to rate review and leave a five star rating stormy weather i'm ed donahue with an ap news minute a strong pacific storm dropped heavy rain on coastal california where thousands of people have been vacuumed it including this woman in montecito have like literally five minutes to leave grab your stuff and go if you're gonna stay here right your social security number on yourself and and it's on you twenty one people died in flash flooding in montecito back in january the northeast is getting yet another snowstorm the fourth in four weeks this woman in new york has no problem with it the snow a lot of my work events get cancelled because the snow so i will like it unless they're flights that are being canceled tomorrow i'm hoping it's just for today thirties publicly identified the dead austin bombing suspect in texas twentythreeyearold mark condit authorities say condit blew himself up overnight in suburban austin parking lot as a swan team closed in on him they say condit's motives remain unknown i'm ed donahue.

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Austin bomber: Identity of suspect revealed as Mark Anthony Conditt

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:55 min | 3 years ago

Austin bomber: Identity of suspect revealed as Mark Anthony Conditt

"A neighbor who watched the austin bombing suspect grow up says he always seemed like he was smart and polite jeff rebe said wednesday that he's lived next to the parents of mark anthony conduct for about seventeen years that they are good neighbors reeves said mark condit and his grandson played together in the middle school and the condit's still visits his parents regularly a few miles from the pflueger greville home where mark condit lived with roommates the current and former directors of the homeland security department defending themselves as senators press them on past lapses in state election security and how the country is defending those systems and the two thousand eighteen election's that are already underway kirsty nielsen president donald trump's secretary of homeland security testified alongside jay johnson secretary under former president obama on capitol hill today the president trump said he congratulated russian president putin on his election when the two leaders spoke on the phone yesterday the conversations raising questions because of what they didn't talk about abc's karen travers in snowy washington with me on the komo newsline care first of all just a fact that the president would call the congratulate putin is not sitting well with some including republican senator john mccain republican led by mccain or thing you don't make a congratulatory phone call like that now the white house will point out that president obama made a similar costs vladimir putin in two thousand twelve but the immediate pushback is this is a very different time a lot has happened since two thousand twelve a lot has happened just in the last year that would make a call like that problematic or concerning mccain said yesterday that an american president does not lead the free world by congratulating dictators on winning sham election gain added that he thinks that president trump insulted every russian citizen who he says was denied the right to vote in a free and fair election white house yesterday would not say if it believes the russian election was free and fair there sanders said that the us doesn't dictate how other countries off operate now the president said he looked forward to speaking further with putin about the arms race ukraine syria and more they did not talk about the.

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