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$15,000 reward offered for suspect in fatal shooting of rapper Young Dolph

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

$15,000 reward offered for suspect in fatal shooting of rapper Young Dolph

"Police police have have not not named named the the suspect suspect in in the the shooting shooting death death of of a a popular popular rap rap star star in in Memphis Memphis authorities authorities in in Tennessee Tennessee say say an an arrest arrest warrant warrant has has been been issued issued for for a a man man in in connection connection with with the the fatal fatal shooting shooting of of rapper rapper young young Dolph Dolph the the U. U. S. S. Marshall Marshall service service says says the the arrest arrest warrant warrant is is for for first first degree degree murder murder and and was was issued issued for for Justin Justin Johnson Johnson age age twenty twenty three three young young Dolph Dolph was was gunned gunned down down in in a a daylight daylight ambush ambush at at a a popular popular cookie cookie shop shop back back in in November November the the shooting shooting and and also also in in home home town town shocked shocked the the city city while while his his music music depicted depicted tough tough street street life life here here wanted wanted Myers Myers for for his his charity charity work work in in Memphis Memphis he he set set up up holiday holiday giveaways giveaways donated donated to to local local schools schools and and even even paid paid rent rent and and covered covered funeral funeral costs costs for for people people in in the the neighborhood neighborhood where where he he grew grew up up I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel police police

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"marshall service" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:30 min | Last month

"marshall service" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Marshall service had come through areas before days before and cleaned it up In addition to painting the walls are having them painted Some inmates disclose that when they arrived in the area that says we're crawling with rats and bed bugs They're air circulation and in a virtual cells are so minimal that human feces and other smells begin to fester and pollute the air But the physical conditions of the area were just the start inmates were only allowed out of their cells for 5 hours a day a small mercy Proud of this relative freedom Inmates were kept in their cells similar to the maximum security inmates 23 and one 23 hours in the cell one hour out 22 and two 21 in the south three out One inmate who'd been detained since February 3rd explained that he had been subjected to 23 and one for four months followed by two months of 22 and two Now this inmate stated that he had gone through 200 days of solitary confinement This type of treatment is being used against inmates who are all pretrial They haven't been convicted of anything Despite remaining innocent until proven guilty under the law the January 6th inmates are allowed few if any basic human needs For example to supplement their lack of nutrition from the jail inmates must buy food from the commissary with their own money limited to once a week with a maximum of a $125 Inmates can not receive a haircut unless they are vaccinated They can not receive communion without being vaccinated.

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"marshall service" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | Last month

"marshall service" Discussed on WTOP

"Top local stories we're following this hour last month reports of clogged toilets and flooding prompted the U.S. Marshals service to move their inmates out of the D.C. jail And so far about half of them have been moved out 200 of the 400 have already been transferred to a federal prison in lewisburg Pennsylvania and a few other facilities The central detention center in southeast D.C. still holds the other 200 they can't be moved now because of pending court matters and medical issues The Marshall service told the D.C. Department of Corrections in early November they would remove all inmates under their care from the D.C. jail after they did an unannounced inspection They found inhumane conditions at the jail including water and food being withheld from inmates as punishment clogged toilets and flooding D.C. and the Marshalls now have an agreement to work together to improve conditions at the jail Luke Luger debut news it's been dubbed the great resignation and the waves is causing our splashing all throughout the DMV When you look at how many workers around here are turning in their two weeks notice nationwide all states saw 2% of all its workers quit in September That's according to the bureau of labor statistics Hawaii seeing the highest departure rate at 7.1% around here Maryland saw 2.5% of its workforce departing a drop of .1% in September over August Virginia rose slightly in September to 3.1% and saying goodbye that month in D.C. was 2.1% of the workforce which is up over August This comes as we hear about workers deciding to change careers or even start new businesses as we exit the pandemic Mike Murillo And speaking of resignations a local police department says they're having trouble keeping everyone on staff At a city council meeting back in October police officers threatened the mass exit when the idea of a vaccine mandate was introduced but so far 7 officers have resigned and city spokesperson Betsy arnett tells WTO P that they can't all be directly linked to the mandate She says 6 of the resignations were assumed to be partially linked to the mandate Two of those who left already had job offers Right now the city has 19 positions open on the Leesburg police force 18 of them being for sworn officer roles 5 of those positions remained open due to the hiring freeze caused by the pandemic Acacia James wtps No who never quits Santa Claus In fact he's coming to town this week but not by his usual mode of transportation.

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"marshall service" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:20 min | Last month

"marshall service" Discussed on WTOP

"Be for sale with proceeds going to the preservation of the mansion Hogans are also asking guests to bring unwrapped toys to be donated to children in need Jenny glick WTP news The U.S. Marshals service has begun transferring inmates from the D.C. jail to other federal facilities because of concerns about conditions at the jail So far 200 people have been transferred to a federal prison lewisburg Pennsylvania lewisburg Pennsylvania I should say among other facilities family members and advocates have been concerned about which inmates were being transferred and when the Marshall service has said it intends to move all of the approximately 400 inmates from the D.C. jail after a surprise inspection turned up a lengthy list of serious complaints including clogged toilets guards withholding food and water as punishment and other abuses Detectives from the D.C. police homicide branch investigating a man shot to death early this morning in southeast where there's a report of a shooting in the false terrace area just off Alabama avenue in southeast That happened about 1 a.m. this morning Officers found the man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds He's been identified as Willie Spain junior He's 40 years old lives in southeast D.C. the Metropolitan Police department offers a reward of up to $25,000 to anyone who provides information leading to a homicide conviction A Virginia man has been sentenced to more than 17 years in prison for weapons charges and threatening to kill a witness set to testify against him The U.S. attorney's office for the eastern district of Virginia says 5 time convicted felon 32 year old Adonis marquise took pictures of himself holding a variety of firearms This after his arrest during a traffic stop prosecutors say he spent the next 7 months making recorded calls threatening to kill a witness and her family members if she testified against him Perry is also accused of threatening to hurt or kill at least 5 of his 7 court appointed attorneys and even lunged at one of them in the middle of a status hearing in federal court Last year Ford's theater did a radio play of Scrooge during the pandemic this year it's back to doing live in person productions of a Christmas Carol We're doing kind of a reimagined version this year So it's scaled down but it's still the essence of the play Actor Craig Wallace enjoys charting Scrooge's character arc It's just really a beautiful journey because as an actor I start locked and by the end of the play I'm completely open So to travel that trajectory is so great part of his transformation is learning what generosity is As always the cast will accept charitable donations The charity is theater Washington's taking care fund So far they've given out over $700,000 in emergency grants to artists in D.C. Maryland and Virginia Jason Riley WTP news Money news next on WT but just before the break a reminder for you to check out WTF entertainment editor Jason Philly's conversation with Motown founder Berry Gordy All I started you know writing great Great thoughts that I had that I felt that everybody in the world would relate to Gordy is being honored at the Kennedy Center this weekend You can find Jason's beyond the fame podcast wherever you get your podcast.

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"marshall service" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | Last month

"marshall service" Discussed on WTOP

"Marshals service has begun transferring inmates from the D.C. jail to other federal facilities because of concerns about conditions at the jail So far 200 people have been transferred to a federal prison in louisburg Pennsylvania among other federal facilities Family members and advocates have been concerned about which inmates were being transferred and when The Marshall service has said it intends to move all of the approximately 400 inmates from the D.C. jail after a surprise inspection turned up a lengthy list of serious complaints including clogged toilets guards with holding food and water as punishment and other abuses A man's behind bars this weekend for armed robberies in Maryland Montgomery county detectives arrested 28 year old Israel edmondson Ramirez Friday night after his second hit Authorities say Ramirez entered a Capital One bank in burtonsville where he fired several rounds while demanding money just before fleeing During that investigation detectives were able to determine Ramirez was also a suspect for an armed robbery of a Bank of America in Wheaton Detectives were able to get and executed a search and seizure warrant at his residence Ramirez is being held without bond And a Virginia man has been sentenced to more than 17 years in prison for weapons charges and for threatening to kill a witness who was set to testify against him The U.S. attorney's office for the eastern district of Virginia's 5 time convicted felon 32 year old Adonis Marcus took pictures of himself holding a variety of firearms and then after his arrest during a traffic stop prosecutors say he spent the next 7 months making recorded calls threatening to kill a witness and her family members if she testified against him Perry's also accused of threatening to hurt or kill at least 5 of his 7 court appointed attorneys and even launched at one of them in the middle of a status hearing in federal court 9 22 Marilyn's governor is hosting a holiday open house Face mask required but no reservation needed to attend the holiday open House.

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2 officers indicted in death of man shot 76 times during 2016 raid

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

2 officers indicted in death of man shot 76 times during 2016 raid

"Two cases against Georgia police officers accused of killing black men have ended with very different outcomes in Fulton County a grand jury handed up an eight count indictment against a member of the U. S. Marshall service and a Clayton county policeman Eric kinds and Christopher Hutchins are charged with felony murder and lying about the twenty sixteen shooting death of Jim Marion Robinson a former college football player he was shot seventy six times when police went to serve a warrant in connection with the weapons case in a different case in Washington County Georgia a jury has deadlocked in the trial of three former sheriff's deputies accused of murdering Yuri Martin during a twenty seventeen suspicious persons arrest the fifty eight year old black man was shocked repeatedly with stun guns and died Martin had a history of schizophrenia authorities say he had taken an aggressive stance hi

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"marshall service" Discussed on A Scary Home Companion

A Scary Home Companion

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"marshall service" Discussed on A Scary Home Companion

"Nice. Meeting you Cynthia. He got into the government car and left. Cynthia learned allot that night. In fact. It gave her a direction in life something. She previously lacked a passion that she could pursue. She got serious about school. With, a focus on criminal psychology and profiling. When she was old enough. She changed her last name that of her mother. Some years later. Cindy Jenkins joined the Federal Marshall Service. which in turn led her to?.

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"marshall service" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"marshall service" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And I was guilty of that I was a maniac when I was a teenager look back of my teenage years. And if Mike Girls had done that would have driven me crazy. I It just is a scary thing that you don't understand is a teenager. Sometimes the dangers you put yourself in. So we do all these things to protect our kids, and then we give him a smartphone. Or we give him a tablet. And then we turned put on WiFi in the house and turning loose and, ah, a couple of stories that were told to me about this. This U. S marshal story is about Operation Safety net. They found 25 missing kids in Ohio in just the first two weeks. They're making progress and the U. S. Marshal Service. That's what they do if you are wanted, and you find out that the Marshall Service is looking for you just turn yourself in because it's over for you. It is. They are the bloodhounds of the federal government. They are going to find you and they're finding these missing kids, which is such a great thing. Very quickly. A couple of stories on DH there not comfortable stories these air uncomfortable stories, but they're really Ah. Ah young, high School Age kids young, high school age kid. Well under 16. I was talking to someone online. And befriended someone online and was convinced to send this man Naked pictures of himself. And then this person begin to threaten him and tell him that if he didn't go and meet a friend of his And do what the friend wanted him to do. And I don't have to go in any detail there that if he didn't do that, that he was going to take those pictures, send them to his teachers and the principals at school and to his parents. Trying to extort this kid into meeting someone. An adult. For sex. This is just an average kid. Now you say that's not an average kid. Oh, it's an average kid. That is more common than any of you will know. This kid had the wherewithal to go to his parents and tell his parents what he had done. And had he not done that. It turned out that the friend wasn't the friend at all. It was the guy he was talking with, and they were able to arrest this guy and they were able to go from, you know, and take this guy into custody. But how many people did he pray upon Before that? I guarantee it wasn't the first time they had done something like this. No. And I've learned so much about social media that you know you. Why do your kids have 1800 friends on Facebook or whatever platforms they use, and that your kids don't have to be looking for trouble. That trouble is looking for your kids. You get into a fight with your teenager. Your teenager leaves the house or takes off. Go stay with a friend. And they find themselves in a situation that's unimaginable to them, and they can't get out. That is an overwhelming story about what happens to young people in this world. And the reason why I brought it up over the last couple of days is because there've been stories about it. I've encouraged people to do the sex offender registry thing, and it's a scary thing to do. But if you want to do it, I'm telling you, it will open your eyes like you can't imagine you could just go to any search engine that used Google or otherwise and just type in sex offender registry. And any one of those pages. They're free. Normally, you can put your zip code in there. And when you put your zip code, and it will tell you and it will show you on a map. How many registered sex offenders.

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"marshall service" Discussed on Mute Button Podcast

Mute Button Podcast

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"marshall service" Discussed on Mute Button Podcast

"Platforms. The rescue of these children has given hope to countless parrots of missing children. The United States marshals are known for their storied history of man hunting. They have been the heroes of Western movies embiid even more famous by movies such as conair in the fugit. The US Marshall Service was the first federal law enforcement agency in the United. States. Federal marshals have served the country since seventeen eighty nat. Often an unseen but critical ways the Marshall. Service occupies a uniquely central position in the federal. Justice system. It is the enforcement arm of the federal courts and is involved in virtually every federal law enforcement initiative. presidentially appointed US marshals one for each federal judicial district. Direct the activities of ninety four districts approximately three, thousand, five, hundred, and seventy one deputy marshals and criminal investigators form the backbone of the agency. The duties of the US Marshall Service include protecting the federal. Judiciary. Apprehending Federal Fugitives managing and selling seized assets acquired by criminals through illegal activities, housing, and transporting federal prisoners and operating the witness security program. The US Marshall. Service supports the National Center for missing, and exploited. Children's mission to protect children from victimization by providing assistance to federal state and local law enforcement agencies. Since the US marshals partnership with NC NBC began in two thousand five, the marshals have helped. Recover eighteen hundred missing children. The Justice for victims of Trafficking Act of two, thousand fifteen enhanced the US marshals authority to assist. State and local law enforcement with the recovery of missing endangered or abducted children regardless of whether a fugitive or sex offender was involved. The marshalls established a missing child unit to oversee and manage the implementation of its enhanced authority under the act. Upon request and Marshall's assist other law enforcement agencies with the recovery of critically missing children who have gone missing under circumstances that indicate an elevated risk to the child. In two thousand and nineteen, the US Marshall Service helped recover two hundred, ninety five missing children based on requests for. Assistance.

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"marshall service" Discussed on Mute Button Podcast

Mute Button Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"marshall service" Discussed on Mute Button Podcast

"Thirty nine missing children were rescued after a two week operation led by the United States marshals service missing. Child. Unit in Atlanta and Macon Georgia officials said on Friday. You Marshall said during operation not forgotten, which was conducted along with other officials. The twenty six children were rescued. The other thirteen were located to make sure that they were safe. Nine people were were arrested in investigator so that they file charges for alleged crimes related to sex trafficking, parental kidnapping registered sex offender violations, drugs, and weapons, possession, and custodial interference during the operation. Days later it was announced that while working with state and local authorities at the US. Marshals rescued twenty five missing endangered children from Ohio in what remains an ongoing effort called Operation Safety Net. The missing children ranged in age between thirteen and eighteen years old. They were found across the state of Ohio and is as distant as Miami. Florida. These are kids that have been abused and neglected. Some had been involved in human trafficking US Marshal Pete Elliott Toe Debbie Ohio TV. Sometimes, the situations they they go to believe it or not may be better than the situations they left from. We have had some cases where the mother or the father or both may have been prostituting their own child. According to the officers involved Operation Safety Net will continue for a few more weeks in an effort to locate the roughly two hundred missing children from Northeast Ohio alone. The recent success comes after operation not forgotten rescued twenty six missing children in located additional thirteen in Georgia and Florida of those thirty nine victims. Authorities reported fifteen them had been traffic did. A third effort called operation moving target lead to the arrest of twenty seven Ohio Mitt. For engaging in sexually explicit conversations with undercover agents posing his children. The US Marshall Service is fully committed to assisting federal state and local agencies with locating and recovering endangered missing children in addition to their primary fugitive -hension Mitch Mission said Director the Marshall Service out of Washington. The message to missing children their families is that we will never stop looking for you. Invest investigators said that the missing children were considered to be some of the most at risk and challenging recovery cases in the area. Investigators so that they were able to confirm each child's location in person and inch and assure their safety. When we track down fugitives, it is a good feeling to know that we're putting the bad guy behind bars because that sense of accomplishment is nothing compared to finding a missing child said Darby Kirby Chief of the Missing Child Unit It's hard to put into words what we feel when we rescue a missing child. But. I can tell you that this operation has impacted every single one of us out here we're working to protect them and get them the very help they need Kirby. said..

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"marshall service" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"marshall service" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Dot Org. We're talking about armed men. With guns and bands unmarked vans. Whipping up into the streets and pulling people out of the streets, and taking them away to a holding cell and trying to interrogate them. And the guy that they're talking to hear doesn't even know yet why they did it to him. Because well, he knew his rights well enough to refuse to answer their questions so when he refused to answer their questions Pete it get any questions, and so he couldn't extract any usable information about why they had kidnapped him off the streets in the first place. Wow, which again was the right choice to make? It's not a good plan to to waive your rights into. Speak to the police, so he did the right thing in that case, but. That doesn't make the event any less terrifying. When you are being taken by men who are not identifying themselves, claiming that the reason they didn't have their name tags on Whiskas, someone to them previously and so we can't have any taxings going on well. If you're ashamed of what you do, you should stop doing it. You know if if you're not able to say proudly, tell your neighbors. This is what I do for a living. Then you shouldn't be doing it. That's a great point and of course, the DACHSHUND for those that don't know is just somebody who's looking up information about another individual that is publicly available, typically, so a doctor unlike a police officer who has access to not publicly available information about you. They've got access to databases that the average person does not. Somebody who's doing duxing well? They get your name and they try to find you. In various different online databases in whatever resources they can do that are available to anyone anybody that knows how to get into these things you can go to a website like white pages dot, com and pay five ninety nine a month or something like that, and you get premium access to it, and you can look up people's phone numbers and addresses and stuff. I mean it's pretty easy to do. And! That's not probably not even the best site for it. It's just the one that that I know about. There's dozens of these sites out there five ninety nine a month. That's not bad think it's not that much. Maybe it's four ninety nine. You get some number of look ups. There's a certain limited number of look up. You can pay more like twenty bucks a month and you get you know hundreds instead of dozens or whatever? But you know the I. It's not hard to do some of the stuff, and if you are a law enforcement officer part of the whole. United States, one of the differences between the US, supposedly other more tyrannical countries is that these people are identifiable that they have a name badge that they have a name associated with the May have a badge number and a name, and they're supposed to give that information when requested by somebody, if it's not obvious on them, if it's covered up in some way or whatever they still are supposed to answer the question, my name is so and so when whatever department badge number X. And sometimes they don't. Yeah do sometimes. They're very hesitant to give that information. And you know it seems like the one thing that they fear is having people know what they do. Sometimes not only they hesitant, but will play games with you by saying things like my name's officer. You ever had that what happened Oh i? Haven't had that one. That's really interesting, yeah! That is not responsive. That is not a responsive answer to the question in new. Hampshire fact is probably a straight up lie as we can confirm pretty easily by looking at your driver's license, indeed but New Hampshire I believe it's eight, if I recall correctly in the constitution that there's like a a right, essentially to have a public government, or like an to have access to who these people are, it's actually a constitutional, constitutionally protected thing here, but still every now and then you'll run into one of these. jokers who doesn't want to tell you who they are? That happens and now we're talking about federal agents in this particular case swoop end grabbing a guy off the streets, taking him into a holding cell at Federal Facility asking him to waive his rights and answer some questions he refuses. They then cut them loose. They say here they met the men let him go almost as suddenly as they'd grabbed him off the streets, according to what he said, he doesn't think he's been charged with any crimes. If you got charged with a crime, they don't just cut. Cut you out after an hour. It's not how it works well I, mean they? Might they cut me out after two hours and undelivered in a Dighton later? Really Yeah, okay. Yeah, they sometimes. They do that. It's all it's you know whatever they think will will will intimidate. Create the optimal level of terror. His detention was first reported by Oregon. Public Broadcasting and videos of similar actions have raised alarm bells for many legal scholars questioned whether the detentions pass constitutional muster, and this is what I was asking earlier quote arrest require probable cause that a federal crime had been committed. That is specific information indicating that a person likely committed a federal offence or a fair probability that the person committed a federal offence, according to a professor at the University of California Berkeley Law school quote if the agents are grabbing people because they may have been involved in protests. That's not probable cause. The attorney said. Federal officers from the US Marshall Service and Department of Homeland Security have stormed Portland streets as part of trump's promised strong response to the ongoing protests, local leaders expressed alarm at news of pettibone detention and echoed calls for the feds to leave. That have grown stronger since Marshall Service officers severely wounded a peaceful protester on Saturday. Oh Wow, I wasn't aware of that. either. Apparently a peaceful protest are in Portland was shot in the head by one of Donald Trump's secret police according to Ron Wyden Democrat from Oregon wrote in a tweet Thursday that also called out Dha. Secretary's challenge, Wolf now. Trump and wolf are weaponising the S.'s their own occupying army to promote violence on the streets of my hometown, because they think it plays well with right.

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Men accused of helping ex-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn escape from Japan arrested

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Men accused of helping ex-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn escape from Japan arrested

"Former U. S. special forces soldier and his son have been arrested for enabling the escape of Nissan's former chief executive here's ABC's Erica Turkey the daring escape from Japan to Lebanon by ex Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn was aided by three men the Japanese have said including former US green beret Michael Taylor and his son Peter both of whom have now been arrested by the U. S. Marshall service in Boston Japan requested extradition on charges of enabling Goans December escape

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U.S. arrests two men wanted by Japan over ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's escape

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. arrests two men wanted by Japan over ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's escape

"Federal authorities were in Harvard mass this morning were former U. S. special forces soldier and his son were arrested for their alleged role in the escape of a former Nissan chief executive ABC's Erica Turkey with more on our top story the daring escape from Japan to Lebanon by ex Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn was aided by three men the Japanese have said including former US green beret Michael Taylor and his son Peter both of whom have now been arrested by the U. S. Marshall service in Boston Japan requested extradition on charges of enabling Goans December escape before he could stand trial for financial crimes court record said Michael Taylor carried a box in which Cohn supposedly hid the Taylors are due to make their initial appearance in court by video link Erin Qatar ski ABC news

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Anthony Fauci’s security is stepped up as doctor and face of U.S. Coronavirus response receives threats

Chris Plante

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Anthony Fauci’s security is stepped up as doctor and face of U.S. Coronavirus response receives threats

"Dr Anthony Fauci receives security detail amid the threats threats what every fed chief sure Dr Anthony Fauci came member of president trump's White House coronavirus task force has reportedly received a security detail source familiar with the situation confirmed to the hill newspaper that doctor felt she was given a security detail after receiving threats nature ad of the concerns included threats as well listen to this as well as unwelcome communications from fervent admirers fervent admirers you know John Lennon had prevented Myers The Washington Post reported citing sources inside the department of health and Human Services fervent admirers thought she did not directly answer when asked by the hill at Wednesday's press briefing it should been given additional protection there for in the question to the part of health and Human Services inspector general who might be in charge of that second person familiar with the situation said additional security was under discussion last month and was widely implemented in recent days I think the internet has not made a sub by happier country but some people go out there and say crazy thanks he doesn't need security trump told reporters as the topic was being discussed at Wednesday's briefing everybody loves him president trump said besides that they'd be in big trouble if they ever attacked him there is about five foot four candies he's seventy nine years old I was a little surprised by that he he doesn't appear to be a seventy nine year old man HHS secretary Alex ETS are has been increasingly concerned about folk cheese safety amid his growing national profile The Washington Post reported and ask the U. S. Marshall service to deputize a group of agents in the office of the HHS inspector general to provide protective services to Dr Fauci according to an official with knowledge of the

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Feds to quarantine all new inmates for 14 days to try to guard against COVID-19 in prisons

Marketplace

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Feds to quarantine all new inmates for 14 days to try to guard against COVID-19 in prisons

"The federal bureau of prisons is implementing a fourteen day quarantine for new inmates entering a federal correctional facility as NPR's Ryan Lucas explains the move comes as the agency tries to prevent covert nineteen from spreading the federal prison system the bureau of prisons says the two week quarantine is mandatory for all new inmates arriving at any of the agencies one hundred and twenty two facilities it also says it is working with the U. S. Marshall service federal courts and state and local authorities to mitigate the risk of exposure to the virus in pre trial detention the beer has taken other steps such as suspending social visits and staggering meal times to try to limit the spread of cove in nineteen still three inmates in three bureau employees have tested positive for the corona virus so far there are growing calls from advocacy groups and lawmakers the trump administration to release federal inmates most vulnerable to

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"marshall service" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"marshall service" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Beatles great little deceptive go you're from Jersey the knickerbockers still cracks me up because in a way it's its own life right in there while there sing a whole song about this girl lying of course they're busy deceiving the public that they're part of the British invasion in nineteen sixty five but it's clever nonetheless Gil you know and all of the little drum fills that some like Ringo in the background that that that that's a great way I think to get back to this topic we will in just a minute our guest is mark McLish he is a twenty six your log and veteran of the federal law enforcement agency known as the U. S. Marshall service and he trained people worked developed this technique of statement analysis he's going to teach us a little bit more on how we can do it ourselves and then how we can use that to be able to determine whether the people who are leading us today anywhere at any local level just have to be the national level but how to better determine when people are telling us the truth in just a second what we tell you the truth all the time when we tell you on coast to coast AM how much fun people have at these get togethers with George and with Tom and there's another big event which is still on schedule for Saturday June thirteenth George nori live at the hobby center for the performing arts is that that's the name of the centers are like a big hobby shop no no it's it's the hobby center for the performing arts in Houston Texas okay we've got three shows announced so like you just said Saturday June thirteenth in Houston they were gonna head over to the Diana Wortham theatre in Asheville North Carolina on Saturday August twenty ninth and then we'll head over to the historic Everett theatre in Everett Washington there right well you know what version like a package deal you get only three to get like a punch card like getting Baskin Robbins or something this year one of the deciding factors that we we win again this year was that people were saying last year they wanted something on big foot so one of the gas is gonna be Dr Jeffrey Meldrum yeah I love him good stuff it's kind may have I may have been the first guy the interview him on coast to coast you know I believe that many years ago many many years ago because at the time if I remember correctly we kind of had to coax him into it a little bit because he was an academic he was in it right he's like professor is a professor at Montana yeah he's great but I think at the time we kind of had to like encouraging to like come on and talk to us like we were going to ruin his trip will not anymore he's all excited now so those are three shows we've announced all the info is right there at the coast to coast am dot com website under the events section and come on out folks I just want to say briefly that the health and welfare of our listeners is the number one most important thing so we're just going day by day and seeing how everything shakes out but right now it's business as usual and the shows are on and they may it may just be that by Saturday June thirteenth the worst of this could be over for now as yet but we could you know be able to finally you know leave our hearts back into the street and and not worry about to infecting other people and and maybe enough testing will have happened by then do you maybe we can actually buy toilet paper yes you know it's funny that this is I don't I'll just take pictures of my wife when she was caught up in that she was in Phoenix and everywhere she could find weapon I live here in Kansas and so she called me on facetime which is like I can't find it anywhere thanks and she said if I've been to three stores they're all empty and so she was in the middle of some supermarket and I was like really okay I said can you hear me OK she's I get why am I so just turn up the district of the speaker little **** because I can hear it all the way turnt speaker all the way and then I yelled over facetime this woman cannot find toilet paper with twenty people looked at it it was great the store in like five days but people are sending me like pictures of empty shelves it's like I've never seen anything like this yep let it sit hopefully that will pass and we'll we'll feel off we'll regain our equilibrium will help them to be able to determine who's telling the truth so we'll get back to that next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett if.

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Police move in on Mohawk rail blockade. Cayuga Nation leadership dispute sparks demolition in NY. Border Wall Construction Destroying Sacred Native American Burial Grounds.

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 2 years ago

Police move in on Mohawk rail blockade. Cayuga Nation leadership dispute sparks demolition in NY. Border Wall Construction Destroying Sacred Native American Burial Grounds.

"This is national. Native News on Tonia Gonzalez Ontario provincial. Police vehicles officers moved in on a Mohawk blockade adjacent to a railway in Ontario Monday morning after supporters of the wet so ten hereditary chiefs remained in place despite a midnight deadline to clear the area to avoid arrest. Some demonstrators were seen being taken into custody. Dan Carpenter Chuck has more. The midnight deadline came and went in the Mohawks tied. The Naga are showing no signs of dismantling their blockade. The barricades went up more than two weeks ago in solidarity with what to attend hereditary chiefs in British Columbia after police? They're enforced an injunction against the chiefs in their supporters. Who were blocking access to a construction site for a natural gas pipeline? Other rail blockades were set up across the country paralysing rail traffic last week. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for patients in dialogue but by Friday. His tone had changed. He said the barricades must come down. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police offered to pull back from the West attend blockade site but not from their traditional territory. Here's chief of the WADDEN already. We're already at that point beyond right. Now it's more like confusion Mister Trudeau has announced. you know like It's up to us but we're saying right from day one we said. Icmp vacate the area. What's what ten leaders last week? Travel to Ontario and Quebec to first nations their for their solidarity and support and to plan future strategy for National Native News. I'm Dan Carpenter. Tensions came to a head and a long standing dispute between factions of the nation. And upstate New York over the weekend. Local officials are calling on federal authorities to step in Fon golden reports in the early morning hours. Saturday police directed by council leader. Clint half town partly demolished. Eight buildings including a convenience store daycare sugar shack and the cannery. I've been involved in Cuban affairs since I was a teenager. Lena young as a spokeswoman for the faction that operated the buildings they've long disputed half towns leadership so it's been a very long time that I've been able to watch this thing grill and fortunately come to the head that it's come to an exploding such distract away. A public statement from the nation says it was reclaiming the buildings and destroying them to quote eliminate public safety issues and quote county officials called a special meeting Sunday they sent official requests to several federal entities including the US Marshall Service who they want temporarily police the Cubans. I'm pleased to hear that. They have listened to us that. They too also acknowledged. This is a serious threat to not only NATO's community but also the community has large but given the nation's sovereignty. There's not much more. Local officials can do von. Golden National Native News The US House Sub Committee for indigenous peoples of the United States is holding the hearing with the title. Trump's border wall construction destroying sacred sites and erasing tribal culture chairman. Ned Norris Jr. of the tone autumn nation is scheduled to testify at the hearing Wednesday in Washington. Dc Norris publicly called on the trump administration to protect sacred sites at the National Congress of American Indians. Recent winter session in Washington in a video taken at the event by Indians Dot Com. Norris told an Interior Department official. Construction is destroying sacred ground in Arizona and called for it to stop. The tribe is located in Arizona on the US. Mexico border the TACONA Autumn Nation and other tribes say recent construction of the border wall in Arizona has been on sacred land. Federal officials have been invited to testify. At Wednesday's hearing I'm Antonio

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"marshall service" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"marshall service" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Streaming live on the key TA our news app your breaking news and traffic. GTA are news time it's ten oh two one Taylor can around here's our top story the Arizona couple who escaped prison Cassidy in Utah has now been placed on the most wanted list Susan in Blaine Barksdale were last seen more than two weeks ago US marshals believed they could be in the snow flake area this case is a major case the US marshal service being part of the fifteen most wanted make some priority nationally our goal here in the Marshall service is to bring the them to justice team he was with the U. S. Marshall service so the total of thirty five thousand dollars in reward money is being offered for any information that can lead to the arrest report of a wrong way north and I know the wrong way driver stopped early this morning just north of the valley in some of the details surrounding this one will have you shaking your head Jonathan notices a you have a pie county sheriff's deputy initially tried to stop the vehicle that was traveling southbound in the northbound lanes of I. seventeen how to put on make up against the wall per se it's just trying to basically stop the vehicle unfortunately they were unable to and the driver basically continued on going finally he says they put down some spike strips stopping the driver near I seventeen the New River Road after he traveled nearly forty miles the wrong way no crashes and no one was hurt the driver was arrested for felony do you why German foster KTA orders the city of surprise just broke ground on a new fire station near one hundred and sixty Third Avenue just off the U. S. sixty the voter approved project is bond funded and it covers a rapidly growing section of north surprise fire station three oh four will be complete by the fall of twenty twenty. we're down to just three weeks left in what's been one of the driest monsoon seasons on a record here in Phoenix sky harbor.

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"marshall service" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"marshall service" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Are getting dicey along the eastern seaboard as hurricane Dorian brings high winds and storm surges ABC's Alex stone is in Charleston South Carolina. all you could hear that is transformers transformers are exploding here right around as power lines are coming down smells like burning electrical lines but the wires are now down in the street in front of us as the power is now going out with little amount of power we still have not left around here man the transformer just keeps exploding here several Spahn off tornadoes have also been reported in both north and South Carolina right now Dorian is a category three storm with potential one hundred fifteen mile an hour winds the Phoenix fire department Arizona task force one team is in South Carolina ready to help with Dorian Phoenix fire assistant chief Shelley Jamison says the department of water rescuers are staged at fort Jackson army base in Colombia we have a boat we have three members that are specially water trained so bear prepared for water rescue when the storm hits and if indeed it results in what the team could be in South Carolina for two weeks the couple there isn't a couple who escaped custody in Utah over a week ago remains on the loose this morning Katie a RC Jeremy foster joins us live now with the latest on that search. yeah that's right Martha chief deputy US marshal for the district of Arizona Timothy use tells Arizona's morning news they believe Blaine Susan Barksdale are still in Arizona goes wrong we believe there is a good one think about the Marshall services we are future partners and we will find the any has this message for anyone who is either help doors currently helping keep them off the radar I understand you're gonna be in as much trouble as they are we are coming out for you too you need to give them up immediately you says more than one hundred federal local and state law enforcement personnel are working to find them with a twenty thousand dollar reward for information leading to their capture right now live in the newscenter journey foster KTAR news ATA our eyes on education classes are canceled at all flagstaff schools today so administrators can get to the bottom of what they say is the cyber security issue no details on the problem but it forced the flagstaff unified school district to shut down campuses and other school related sites for the day yes that is still going on APS attorney bill not mallet on confirms to the Arizona corporation commission yesterday at a PS is still under federal investigation this after the utility company secretly spent millions of dollars to elect state regulators the company favor during the twenty fourteen election the company is cooperating with the US attorney's office in that investigation they're not stonewalling it in in any way mala das that he could not discuss the details of the probe Katie a our eyes Isaac Gration shelter that houses migrant children is back open in the valley the four hundred twenty bed shelter near downtown Phoenix was close last year because southwest key didn't have fingerprint records for some employees the shelter was re open on Sunday after the company fix the problem a second shelter near young town is still closed amid reports that staff shoved and drag Doug Rulli children purism apartment held services says the application to re opened after some of the is still pending Bob my clay KTA artisan this senses is next year but you might see address canvassers in your neighborhood soon Dennis. ray Johnson the deputy regional director for the census bureau says canvassers will have the proper ID with them quickly they will knock on the door to see if someone is there and the reason they do that is not the calendar using as for the simply to ask and make sure that we've included all the housing units that might be at that address the counting of individuals will actually start next April KTA unused time is eight oh seven. and here's the tour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center how bad is that one of one of their spelling getting good there's a big crash south about one oh one at cactus in man they're slow and go for fifty two minutes.

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"marshall service" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"marshall service" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"US Marshall service and Memphis is identified ABC's Ryan burrow, has details Tennessee bureau of investigation, identifying the man shot. His twenty year old Brandon Weber TB ISIS Weber was wanted, on multiple felonies warrants Kelly McAllister with TB. I says, when members of the Gulf Coast, regional fugitive task force of the US Marshall service arrived at his home in north Memphis was spotted getting into his vehicle put rand his vehicle into the officers vehicles multiple times before exiting with a weapon after protesters clashing with police officers, eventually, using chemical agent to disperse, the crowd, twenty-five officers were hurt six sent to hospitals, three people were arrested. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Senate Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer says his party wants to move quickly to permanently extend funding for the nine eleven victims compensation fund Schumer says, heroes, should not have to come to congress regularly to beg for healthcare. We must not leave the brave first responders behind when it comes to their healthcare. And yet. Shamefully. It is always been struggle here in this congress to abide by that principle. House is expected to take the vote next month and Schumer also says Senate should take it up immediately after Louisiana city has reversed course on criminalizing certain fashion. Trend ABC's, Jim Ryan explained report, Louisiana was one of the first cities to mandate that pants pulled up above the waistband supporters insisted that it wasn't about race. But about public decency. Lester Smith, who has two sons says it hasn't worked out that way you slice it dice affects black peop- black boys. Shreveport police department says that in twelve years of enforcement ninety six percent of those ticketed for sagging pants were black men now seven a man.

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"marshall service" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"marshall service" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That is a godforsaken part of the tri-state with crime. I think the US Marshall service United States Marshall service has declared Avondale and the West End, and OT are as targeted high crime areas because of the murders, the robberies the rapes and the drug sales. So now we have a benefactor who's a billionaire that says, you know what I'll spend a half a billion dollars putting a brand new stadium with fifteen hundred two thousand construction jobs right in the West End. And I'll guarantee to the residents of the West End millions of dollars of this, and that, and this, and that, so he starts buying up properties, he wants parking he wants other game day staging and I don't know how many games FCC place I think it might be home games. They might have like fifteen home games. So he's going to spend a half a billion dollars for. Fifteen events are you kidding me? And since he's announced that he's got nothing but asses and elbows from city council members whose only job, it is, is to kick ass take names for the social Justice warrior class and the Josh bring crowd, and those who are professional rabble-rousers. So now he's stuck next week. Councils got devote for this change of zoning, which is pro forma just on all the time, but until those fourteen residents or a month to month tenants get up to forty thousand dollars in cash. They're not moving instead of sitting council saying, you know what we have something in this country called the law. This is not our decision. That is the law that if you're a thirty day tenant at the end of thirty days you have to leave instead of council saying that they say to a multi-billionaire bring in hundreds of millions of dollars to the city Cincinnati, we're going to force you to pay more bribes to those people. To get the hell out of their apartments that they have a duty to leave within thirty days. So Carl Linder because it's Carl and he's an religious county guy says, you know what? Live their free. The next six months don't pay any rent. Secondly, I'll tell you what, I'll handle all your moving expenses. Stacey moving and storage. I'll handle your expensive. And by the way, I'll give each year two and a half thousand dollars just walking around money. What do they say? Josh brings leadership. Hell no. They need more money than that. It's bribery. It's extortion coercion. And it's got to stop the worst class of politicians in American history. Is happening right now. Fortunately, we're not in danger of being invaded. Fortunately, there's no financial crisis happening right now. Fortunately one have a plague epidemic. Fortunately, there's no real crisis going on. But God help us all if Pelosi has to work with Donald J Trump, and Stephanie dumb ass has to work with Todd poor tune and city council really has a big decision. To make to look at the level of the understanding of the problem, and their depth of understanding of how the city county, our nations should be run. God help us all. Seven four nine seven thousand by the way, I wanna acknowledge the genie Gulick Gina Gulick have text here has spent exactly twenty nine years as a grade school, physics teacher in Madeira city schools. He could've advanced many times, she said, you know, I love being with the kids, a love being with seven eight nine years old. She's been a mother of three after twenty nine years of faithful loyal work to the citizens of this great nation. Ginny Gulick is retiring and today is her last day of work, but she said, I didn't work a day in my life. I love what I was doing teaching little children, physical education. But if you know, Julie genie Gulick, give her a call and tell her, she's the Bill Cunningham citizen of the day for her contributions to the American people. Your thoughts if any seven four nine seven thousand Bill Cunningham who's radio seven hundred w w. Seven hundred wwl w seven hundred wwl.

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"marshall service" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:00 min | 3 years ago

"marshall service" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You're listening to America's first with Dr g. Welcome back, America. Yes. This is America. First with me, Sebastian Gorka, former strategist to President Trump and author of the book why we fight defeating America's enemies with no apologies. And what a day of guests. What a day Sarah Carter Kanka Klaus ski Andy McCarthy. And now none other than the president of that organization that does more work than most of the media combined, which is of course, Judicial Watch and Tom fit and Tom welcome to America. First. Hey, Dr case, thanks for having me. Thank you for coming. Follow him on Twitter at Tom fitting, f- ITT, O N, Tom. I it's hard to keep track of the developments in the story of the deep state every day. We get more and more details of of what Obama holdovers of the DOJ FBI and the CIA would doing right now because you're talking to more than three hundred stations and affiliates across the country. What is the most important thing that Americans should know about recent developments, Tom Felton? You had top officials at the department of Justice and the FBI seeking to overturn. Presedential election attack, the heart of our Republican form of government by taking steps to overthrow the president. Because of many reasons, but most of the at one at the time was they didn't like the idea that he had actually exercises powers president to fire their quality FBI director James Comey. So this is a dispute about personnel decision that the president had liked today. And if the Justice department of the FBI top officials started conspiring against and overthrow and as a result. And that's what we're talking about a coup of seditious conspiracy sedition is the legal term for conspiracy to overthrow government. And it continues in my view to this day. But. Sixty minutes. We'll tell you what happened on TV screen, but you have the number two official the FBI actually, the then acting FBI director admitted to his involvement this activity, and and it's up to us Sebastian just the call. Like, it is because the media will never tell people distracted Republic. It's staring us in the face, Tom. You're you're not a historian, but you're fighting government corruption day in day out. I think in American history of a precedence for for this story about the twenty fifth amendment and a bunch of bureaucrats trying to take down a duly elected. President can you? No. And I thought about it. Yeah. Been anything worse. And there really hasn't been certainly this kind of the state apparatus wasn't her. Now, the nineteenth century that could have been abused. This way. But now, we have these mega agencies that see themselves as laws until themselves independent of the executive branch in many ways, constitutionally speaking, they think they can do whatever they want even if it means targeting the president of the United States, as I know for species reasons now that we have a new attorney general as of last week what needs to happen immediately with all these individuals and all the others who are still in place. I did the challenges the successor Muller investigation. And I said so Sasser about it's a successor to this conspiracy. That we've been talking about it rose at the Muller appointment arose out the same conversations that the catering lungs and started having about overthrowing phone wire to the Oval Office initiated abusive investigations happen. Came out of that the Muller's investigation. So the least we need to curtail that put a stop to it. There is no loss of collusion. So it's not like, you're. Nevada legitimate inquiry. And and then do serious criminal investigation of what went on at the FBI in jersey. Authority and power year and as long as Mahler's operating because never going to happen because the ball is special counsel operation. That's what my the partners Inc. To investigation. Misconduct and the and the. Sake investigative data that was generated by the deep state targeting. President Trump prior to that candidate Trump. Let let me ask you a question that divides experts and commentators, I have a certain opinion about curious to hear yours. Should the DOJ? Now that we have a new attorney general do this with the capacities the mandate. It already has. Or are you a fan of a nother special counsel a novels another special prosecutor being impanelled to look into the specific corruption of the Obama years or is that a is a dangerous decision. We can have the Chicago PD investigated. Tom be serious. You know, I I think the attorney general's gotta do the work here. And we can find a competent US attorney to do an investigation. You could have. Another agency and do investigation Marshall service come in and do it. I just don't believe the FBI were senior leadership at the O J. And it's not say anything about Mr. bars expand due to the show, but those agencies at the top levels or just so quarter-sized. I don't see how they could fairly and honestly do investigation here, but require outside support. But we have that games played out before. So. Something's gotta be done though. Sap's got to be. So you think another agency should be brought in. Hey, always thought the Marshall service. I should've been gone as soon as we stand out about what struck was up to his insurance policy and tax with Mr.. Page, and then the hiding of that information to structure that information. They should have the US Marshall service come in and take over and do a separate investigation of the FBI's Appalachians, and do they have the US Marshall service have the requisite investigative capacity to go deep into the corruption of the DO, Johnny FBI. You betcha. It's a service that has a long history much longer than the FBI service to my country in terms of. Wow. Great idea. Interesting idea you heard it here from Tom fit and follow him on Twitter at Tom fit, an F ITT. Oh, and he is the president of Judicial Watch which every day. I can't keep up with the latest things that you have managed to achieve in terms of your suing the US government. Your foia requests, you're uncovering of Clinton corruption. Truly stunning I say. 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"marshall service" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

07:59 min | 3 years ago

"marshall service" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"You're listening to America. First with Dr g. Welcome back, America. Yes. This is America. First with me, Sebastian Gorka, former strategist, the President Trump and author of the book why we fight defeating America's enemies with no apologies and what a day of guests. What a day so Carter Kanka Klaus ski and McCarthy. And now none other than the president of that organization that does more work than most of the media combined, which is of course, Judicial Watch and Tom fit and Tom welcome to America. First. Hey, thanks for having me. Yeah. Well, thank you for coming. Follow him on Twitter at Tom fitting, F I T O N. I'm tom. I it's hard to keep track of the developments in the story of the deep state every day. We get more and more details of of what Obama holdovers of the DOJ FBI and the CIA would doing right now because you're talking to more than three hundred stations and affiliates across the country. What is the most important thing that Americans should know about recent developments, Tom Felton? You had top officials at the department of Justice of the FBI seeking to overturn. Presidential election attack, the heart of our Republican form of government by taking steps to overthrow the president. Because of many reasons, but the one at the time was didn't like the idea that he had actually exercises powers president to fire their crony FBI director James Comey. So this is a dispute about a personal decision that the president had to date. The Justice department of the FBI top officials started conspiring against the overthrow and as a result. And that's what we're talking about a coup a seditious conspiracy sedition is the legal term for conspiracy to overthrow government. And it continues in my view to this day. But. Sixty minutes. We'll tell you what happened on TV screen, but you have the number two official the FBI actually the then acting FBI director admitted to his involvement this activity and up to us Sebastian just the call. Like, it is because the media will never tell people to threats of Republicans staring us in the face right now. Tom, you're you're not a historian, but you're fighting government corruption day in day out. I think in American history of a precedence for for this story about the twenty fifth amendment and the bunch of bureaucrats trying to take down a duly elected. President can you? No. And I'm talking about it. Anything worse. And there really hasn't been certainly this kind of the state apparatus wasn't her now. Nineteenth century that could have been abused this way. But now we have these mega agencies that see themselves as laws into themselves independent of the executive branch in many ways, constitutionally speaking, they think they can do whatever they want even if it means targeting the president of the United States as I know for species reasons. Now that we have a new attorney general as of last week what needs to happen immediately with all these individuals, and and all the others who are still in place. Well, I did the DVD challenges the successor baller investigation. And I said so successor successor to this this conspiracy that we've been talking about it rose at the Muller appointment arose out the same conversations that the cave lungs having about overthrowing depressants water the Oval Office initiating abuses, investigations happen. The baller. So the least we need the Kotel that put a stop to it. There is Washington collusion. So it's not like, you're. Legitimate inquiry. And then do a serious criminal investigation of what went on at the OJ and FBI in terms of abuse of authority and power year and as long as Muller's operated because he's never going to happen because the bowler special counsel operation. That's what my partners Inc to disaster. Gatien? Misconduct and the and the. Sake investigative data that was generated by the deep state targeting President, Trump guess prior to that candidate Trump. Let me ask you a question that the kinds divides experts and commentators, I have a certain opinion. But I'd be curious to hear yours. Should the DOJ? Now that we have a new attorney general do this with the capacities the mandate. It already has. Or are you a fan of a never special counsel a novel another special prosecutor being impanelled to look into the specific corruption of the Obama years or is that a is that a dangerous decision? Okay. We can have the Chicago PD investigate it. Tom be serious. I think the attorney general's got gotta do the work here. I we can find a competent US attorney to do an investigation. You could have. Another agency commented investigation Marshall service come in and do it. I just don't believe the FBI were senior leadership at the O J. And it's not say anything about Mr. bars. Due to the show, but but those agencies at the top levels are just so poor size. I don't I don't see how they could fairly and honestly do investigation here by right require outside support. But we see how 'bout games played out before. So. Something's gotta be done though. Sap's got to be. So you think another agency should be brought in. I I've always thought the Marshall service. I should have been. As soon as we found out about what struck was up to with his insurance policy tax with. Mr. Page and the hiding of that information destruction that information. They should have the US Marshall service come in and take over and do a separate investigation of the FBI's, Appalachians, and do they have the US marshals service have the requisite investigative capacity to to go deep into the corruption of the DO the FBI. Oh, you betcha. That has a long history much longer to the FBI service to my country in terms of. Wow. Great idea. Interesting idea you heard it here from Tom fit and follow him on Twitter at Tom fit, an F ITT O N. He is the president of Judicial Watch which every day. I can't keep up with the latest things that you have managed to achieve in terms of your suing the US government, your foia. Request your uncovering of that Clinton corruption truly stunning I say it. I've said it before and I'll say it again, there are very few institutions in this nation that are crucial to the survival of the Republic that are outside of government and Judicial Watch is one of them support them if you can you've gotta support and be a member of the NRA you've got to support the Heritage Foundation. And if you care about the next generation, you've got us appeal turning point USA, those four organizations together are on the front line of.

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"marshall service" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:00 min | 3 years ago

"marshall service" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You're listening to America. First with Dr g. Welcome back, America. Yes. This is America. First with me, Sebastian Gorka, former strategist to President Trump and author of the book why we fight defeating America's enemies with no apologies and what a day of guests. What a day, sir. Carta Kanka Klaus ski and McCarthy. And now none other than the president of that organization that does more work than most of the media combined, which is of course, Judicial Watch and Tom fit and Tom welcome to America fest. Hey, Dr king. Thanks for having me. Thank you for coming. Follow him on Twitter at Tom fitne- f- ITT, n I'm Tom. I it's hard to keep track of the developments in the story of the deep state every day. We get more and more details of of what Obama holdovers the DOJ FBI and CIA doing right now because you're talking to more than three hundred stations and affiliates across the country. What is the most important thing that Americans should know about recent developments, Tom Felton? Your top officials at the department of Justice and the FBI seeking to overturn. Presidential election attack, the heart of our Republican form of government by taking steps to overthrow the president. Because of many reasons, but most of the one at the time was they didn't like the idea that he had actually exercises powers president to fire their crony FBI director James Comey. So this is a dispute about a personnel decision that the president had the date, and if the Justice department of the FBI top officials started conspiring against the Dover throw and as a result. And that's what we're talking about a coup a seditious conspiracy sedition is the legal term for conspiracy to overthrow government. And it continues in my view to this day. But. Sixty minutes. We'll tell you what happened on TV screen, but you have the number two specialty FBI actually, the then acting FBI director admitted to his involvement this activity, and and it's up to us Sebastian just to call call it like it is because the media will never tell people to threat to the Republic. It's staring us in the face right now, Tom, you're you're not a historian, but you're fighting government corruption day in day out. I think in American history of of a precedence for for this story about the twenty fifth amendment and a bunch of bureaucrats trying to take down a duly elected. President can you? No. And I've thought about it. Anything worse. And there really hasn't been certainly this. The kind of the state apparatus wasn't her. Now. Nineteenth century that could have been abused this way. But now we have these mega agencies that see themselves as laws into themselves independent of the executive branch in many ways, constitutionally speaking, they think they can do. They can do whatever they want even if it means targeting, the president of the United States, as I know for species reasons now that we have a new attorney general as of last week what needs to happen immediately with all these individuals, and and all the others who are still in place. Well, the first challenges the successor baller investigation. And I said so Sasser about it's a successor to this conspiracy. That we've been talking about it rose at the Muller appointment arose after saying conversations vacated lungs and started having about overthrowing wire to the Oval Office initiating abuses investigations. Baller? Yes. So the least we need to curtail that put a stop to it. There is no Russian collusion. So it's not like, you're. Legitimate inquiry. And then do serious criminal investigation of what went on at the FBI. In terms of abuse with authority and power year. And as long as malls operated never going to happen because the ball is special counsel operation. That's what the partners Inc. Investigation. Misconduct and the. Sake. Investigators data that was generated by the deep state targeting. President Trump prior to that candidate Trump. Let me ask you a question that that kinds divides experts and commentators, I have a certain opinion about curious to hear yours. Should the DOJ? Now that we have a new attorney general do this with the capacities the mandate. It already has. Or are you a fan of a nother special counsel a novel another special prosecutor being impanelled to look into the specific corruption of the Obama years or is that a is that a dangerous decision? We can have the Chicago investigated. Tom be serious. You know, I I think they turned Gerald gotta do the work here. We can find a competent US attorney do an investigation. You could have. Another agency come in and do investigation Marshall service come in and do it. I just don't believe the FBI were senior leadership at DOJ. And it's not say anything about Mr. bars. To the show, but but those agencies at the top levels or just so quarter-sized. I don't I don't see how they could fairly and honestly do investigation here, but require outside support. But we'll see how that games played out before. So. Something's gotta be done, though, sub sub to be. So you think another agency should be brought in. Voice thought the Marshall service. I should've as soon as we found out about what struck was up to his insurance policy tax with Mr.. Page and the hiding of that information destruction that information, they should have the US Marshall service come in and take over and do a separate investigation of the FBI's Appalachians, and do they have the US Marshall service have the requisite investigative capacity to go deep into the corruption at the deal. Johnny FBI. You betcha. It's a service that has a long history much longer to the FBI and service to my country in terms of. Wow. Great idea. Interesting idea you heard it here from Tom fit and follow him on Twitter at Tom fit and F. And he is the president of Judicial Watch which every day. I can't keep up with the latest things that you have managed to achieve in terms of your suing the US government. Your foia requests, you're uncovering of that Clinton corruption truly stunning I say it. I've said it before I'll say it again, there are very few institutions in this nation that are crucial to the survival of the Republic that are outside of government and Judicial Watch is one of them support them if you can you've gotta support and be a member of the NRA you've got to support the Heritage Foundation. And if you care about the next generation, you've got us appeal turning point USA, those four organizations together are on the front line of keeping.

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