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Jessie Jane Duff's Hardcore Response to the Concept of Women in Combat

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:31 min | Last month

Jessie Jane Duff's Hardcore Response to the Concept of Women in Combat

"And we're back one on one with Jesse Jane Duff. Okay, we discussed it at the beginning of the show. Let's open it up a little bit further. The NDAA, the national defense authorization act the Republicans who are bending over backwards to facilitate the crazies in the Democrat party. Well, not crazy. The crazy Democrat party told us about this idea of the draft for women. And who's behind this insanity and give us your take justice? Well, you know, there is so much disarray with this current administration that I couldn't tell you the logic behind any of it. Other than they have been enabled by our enemies. I mean, I look at this as just watering down the capabilities of our United States military one drip at a time. And people, you know, I get on Twitter and I get these guys. I wanna say, well, you all wanted equality. And I'm like, stop it. Stop it. Don't sit here and argue with someone like me. I wasn't one of those lieutenants that went to go to the courts and protest ensues, so I could become a general one day. The odds of you becoming a general in the infantry are slim to almost zero. Number one, number two, what is your motivation for this? It's not going to impact combat readiness. On one level. So first of all, there was a study done by the United States Marine Corps when Obama had lifted the combat exemption for women. And I believe it was 2015. April 15th, I remember was tax day. And it went without nobody cried. Nobody cried. Civilian women didn't even care. And I'm sorry, civilian ladies, you never care till it impacts you. And the fact is, as they've taken it for granted that their daughters wouldn't get drafted, but I told that many radio shows and TV shows as soon as you put women in ground combat, how are you going to be able to say you can justifiably stop putting it having them in the draft? So here's the thing, the bulk of the women don't want to go in the infantry for a multitude of reasons. We have 45% less muscle mass 20% less won capacity. And I hear women in the army particularly want to get mad at me and say, oh, you're against women's rights. Say, you are not thinking this out. Even if a woman can get through the training, what are her odds of surviving hand to hand combat with the enemy? Because that's what Fallujah was. This is equivalent to putting a woman in a mixed martial arts cage with a man. You can not believe pounds or 80 pounds of equipment. And not only that, the enemy tends to fight on methamphetamines and other drugs. So that right there. Two. Even if you pass the training, your odds are you're going to be at the lower percentile of the men. Unless they've done so many accommodations, they've lowered the standard. You now have

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NBA will not randomly test players for marijuana this season

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

NBA will not randomly test players for marijuana this season

"A policy will continue from last season during the corona virus restart bubble at Walt Disney World well the NBA won't test for marijuana there will still be random testing for performance enhancing products and what the league called drugs of abuse such as methamphetamine and cocaine decriminalizing marijuana has been a major topic at the government level for years and has been the case in the sports world as well American sprinter Shikari Richardson was left off the U. S. Olympic roster in Tokyo following a positive test for marijuana more than half of states in the US have decriminalized possessing small amounts of marijuana I'm a Donahue

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Dallas Cowboys Starting Tackle La'El Collins Suspended 5 Games

Blogging the Boys

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Dallas Cowboys Starting Tackle La'El Collins Suspended 5 Games

"Lyle collins suspension. Which for those of you. That have not heard yet. Which i'm sure you have but Friday afternoon it was announced that he was getting a five game suspension for violation of the substance abuse policy There's nothing on the books in the nfl drug policy that says a substance abuse issue is a five game penalty. There is a for the second time you're punished for methamphetamines. Or amphetamines and adderall. And diuretics and things like that That is a five game suspension. So i don't know if there's some somehow taking that as precedents and applying it lyle's case and somehow It's still murky as to what exactly. He was in the drug program for There was a report on sl from jason lockenfora that he's been tested ten times a month for the last eighteen months which that's not totally unusual. I know there have been players before that have been tested with that. Frequency randy gregory had talked about that When he came back so it's it's not totally unheard of for that to happen. But i don't know why lyle would. It have been in the program but missing a test missing. These tests are refusing member. Whatever the story is because apparently it was not a failed test. Missing these tests would result in this suspension. Only if he had already been on the program. So something's off here where we're missing a lot of details here and hopefully we can get some more clarity about it But as it stands now we don't know exactly what he's in the program for. There's lyles disputing the word. Representation is disputing the refusal to take the tests and and they're in this appeal process. They've already appealed apparently and it was rejected but they feel like the appeal process has not been exhausted. And so that's part of where this tension is coming from. Mike mccarthy didn't have any other comments on it he just said they were not surprised suspension. So this is something. That's been brewing. It's been something that's been out there. And that the cowboys have been aware of

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Hearing From California Recall Election Candidate Kevin Faulconer

John and Ken on Demand

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Hearing From California Recall Election Candidate Kevin Faulconer

"We're going to bring on. Kevin faulkner once again to the john and ken show on your as a possibility to replace gavin newsom as governor in the recall election and apparently he made an appearance in l. a. today to talk about homelessness Cabin on my opinion one of the one of the best candidates. Running here kevin. How are you gentlemen. It's great to be back with you. Thank you so what were you doing today. Well we were out in downtown los angeles talking very strongly and passionately about the need to and tent encampments. Not just an la but across california Just like i did. When i was mayor of of san diego and i i spoke in very direct terms that we have a duty to intervene. But if you're going to allow people to live in a tent on our sidewalks and are freely overpasses and underpasses. They're going to die there. And the fact of the matter. Is that these tendon cabinets have become open their drug markets heroin and methamphetamine. Nobody is helping anybody by allowing that to continue and so i took a very strong position. Just like i've done Is married to get the word out. That folks across california are saying enough is enough and that's not who we are as california so it signed to stand up take very strong delivered action and i said i am going to lead by example is governor just like i did this mayor. We are not going to allow ten on our sidewalks. Yeah i think people should know out of the top candidates in the race. You're the only one who actually has had some significant success in reducing homelessness. They you will. The success happened during the six years. You remember san diego. And i think that really is a good thing to emphasize because that i'm ashok paul this week that ninety three percent of the people in la county say that's by far the most serious issue

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Political Donor Ed Buck Guilty on Counts Related to Overdose Deaths

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Political Donor Ed Buck Guilty on Counts Related to Overdose Deaths

"In the drug deaths of two men. Here's Alex Stone inside the federal courtroom. There were cheers when the verdict was read. Former Democratic donor Ed bought guilty on multiple charges linked to methamphetamine overdose deaths of two men at his West Hollywood apartment. Prosecutors say Bach was running a drug in sex 10 when he was arrested in 2019. Buck was also convicted of enticing men to LA to engage in prostitution. The jury deliberated for 4.5 hours before returning a guilty verdict. Alex Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles, and when Buck

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Wife of Drug Kingpin 'El Chapo' Expected to Plead Guilty

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 6 months ago

Wife of Drug Kingpin 'El Chapo' Expected to Plead Guilty

"Wife is expected to plead guilty today to helping the drug kingpin run his Mexican cartel. Emma Coronel s bureau, was arrested in February at Dulles Airport near Washington, D. C. She's been charged with helping Joaquin El Chapo Guzman import tons of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana into this country.

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El Chapo's Wife Expected to Plead Guilty to US Charges

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

El Chapo's Wife Expected to Plead Guilty to US Charges

"The wife of the notorious Mexican drug kingpin known as el Chapo is expected to plead guilty in federal court as part of a plea deal in the conspiracy case against her the wife of Joaquin el Chapo goose man faces conspiracy charges in the US for allegedly helping her husband run his multi billion dollar criminal enterprise Emma Coronel ice borough had previously pleaded not guilty after being charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine methamphetamine heroin and marijuana she been arrested earlier this year in a Washington area airport prosecutors say Coronel ice borough work closely with the command and control structure of this in a lower cartel and conspired to distribute large quantities of drugs knowing they'd be smuggled into the U. S. during her husband's trial in twenty nineteen prosecutors said she had helped orchestrate Goodman's to jail breaks in Mexico Jackie Quinn Washington

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Wife of Notorious Drug Kingpin "El Chapo" Expected to Plead Guilty

Sean Hannity

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

Wife of Notorious Drug Kingpin "El Chapo" Expected to Plead Guilty

"With the update. The wife of El Chapo Guzman will plead guilty here, helping him run his Mexican drug cartel. The update coming from NBC Corona Westboro was arrested in February at Dulles Airport in Virginia near Washington to D. C. She's being charged with helping her husband's drug empire import tons of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines and

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Murder Charges Filed Against Officers in Black Man's Death

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Murder Charges Filed Against Officers in Black Man's Death

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting murder charges are being filed in Washington state against two police officers in the death of a black man Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson has charged officers Christopher Burbank and Matthew Collins with second degree murder and officer Timothy Rankin with first degree manslaughter in the death of manual Ellis last March Ellis a black man died after telling the Tacoma officers were restraining him that he couldn't breathe the Pierce county medical examiner called his death a homicide while also listing methamphetamine intoxication and heart disease as factors Ellis died just weeks before the death of George Floyd under the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer triggered a nationwide reckoning on race and policing hi Mike Rossio

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Calls for justice at N.C. funeral of Andrew Brown Jr.

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Calls for justice at N.C. funeral of Andrew Brown Jr.

"There were calls for justice in North Carolina at the funeral for a black man shot and killed by police many of the mourners were wearing white T. shirts with Andrew brown juniors image and the words say his name we'll get through this family we don't get to it is an independent autopsy commissioned by his family said brown was shot five times including once in the back of the head a judge has delayed release of body camera video one day when I see it Reverend al Sharpton doesn't like the explanation don't want to release the tape it might prejudice the grand jury what a grand jury supposed to see the tape themselves shell gave brown was being served search and arrest warrants accusing him of possessing small amounts of cocaine and methamphetamine that he intended to sell I. med Donahue

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Dog Trainer Suspended After Winning Greyhound Tests Positive for Meth

Weird AF News

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Dog Trainer Suspended After Winning Greyhound Tests Positive for Meth

"A race dog has tested positive for meth in a trainer has been disqualified. A dog trainer in new zealand has been disqualified from racing after one of her winning greyhounds tested positive for meth. Unfortunately this is true. Here's what happened trainer angela. Helen turn walled in her dog. Zipping sarah secured first place at the addington raceway in christchurch. Earning a four thousand dollar prize but the money never made it to her pockets after her. Winning dogs post race. Urine tests was flagged for 'em fed. It means in methamphetamines. The judicial control authority for racing has investigated seems to be a problem in the dog racing industry. I'd imagine perhaps in horse racing industry as well.

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Attorney: Black Man Killed by Deputies Shot in Back of Head

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Attorney: Black Man Killed by Deputies Shot in Back of Head

"Relatives viewed body camera footage of the shooting death by police of a black man in the Lizabeth city North Carolina deputies were serving drug related search and arrest warrants attorney Chantelle cherry Lassiter watched a twenty second portion of the video with the family of Andrew brown junior anything he wasn't touching anything he wasn't funny thing around he had his hands finally on the steering wheel another attorney Harry Daniels was asked if brown was shot in the back yes the back of the sheriff says multiple deputies fired shots seven deputies are on leave pending an investigation a search warrant was released and that indicated investigators had recorded brown selling small amounts of cocaine and methamphetamine to an informant Ahmed Donahue

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$4M in Suspected Meth Hidden in Pickles Shipment

The Mortgage Radio Show

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

$4M in Suspected Meth Hidden in Pickles Shipment

"Tainted pickles has been intercepted at the US Mexico border. Customs and border protection officers have seized more than $4 million in methamphetamine that was hidden in a commercial shipment of cucumber pickles headed for Texas. Officers were using a non intrusive imaging system to examine a tractor trailer that arrived at the far we know so international bridge cargo facility. That's when they uncovered the hidden stash of 114 packages of meth weighing more than £200. CBP. South Texas tweeted a photo of the drug smuggling. Produce calling them funky pickles. Layla Mohammed Ko Phi News A

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Defense Expert Blames George Floyd's Death on Heart Trouble

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Defense Expert Blames George Floyd's Death on Heart Trouble

"At the murder trial of Derek show open in Minneapolis a defense expert blame George Floyd's death on heart trouble prosecution experts testified George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen after being pinned down forensic pathologist Dr David Fowler testified district Lloyd had a sudden cardiac a reasonable cardiac care is mia as a result of his heart disease valor it listed other factors to Sentinel and methamphetamine there it is exposure to a vehicle exhausts financially carbon monoxide poisoning the medical examiner ruled George Floyd's death was a homicide Fowler said there were too many conflicting factors I would fall back to undetermined Tate from court TV prosecutors say Floyd died because Derek show opens me was pressed against Lloyds neck or neck area for nine and a half minutes I'm a Donahue

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Los Angeles Expert Says 'Excessive' Force Against Floyd Wasn't The Only Option

AP 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 8 months ago

Los Angeles Expert Says 'Excessive' Force Against Floyd Wasn't The Only Option

"Continued to push their case against former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show but in his trial for murder The death of George Floyd last May. Jackie Quinn has this AH, use of force expert from Los Angeles police Sergeant Jody Steiger says based on a review of the video evidence of Officer Derrick Show. Vin Restraining. George Floyd was his knee on Mr Floyd Neck and also his left knee on Mr Ford's neck and his right knee on Mr Floyd's back, then asked for how long nine minutes and 29 seconds, Steiger testified He found the use of force to be excessive. Defense attorney Eric Nelson countered There appeared to be moments when the knee came off the neck and asked Sergeant Steiger about responding to that type of call You here. Scuffle on the radio. You hear We're taking one out and you get dispatch code three audio, courtesy of court TV. A state forensic scientist also testified. Pills containing methamphetamine and fentanyl were found inside the SUV.

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Expert: Chauvin never took knee off Floyd's neck

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Expert: Chauvin never took knee off Floyd's neck

"A prosecution witness in the Minneapolis police trial says it looks like the officer never let up from George Floyd's neck for the entire night and a half minutes a use of force expert from Los Angeles police sergeant Jody Steiger says based on a review of the video evidence of officer Derek Chauvin restraining George Floyd with his name on Mr Floyd's connect and also has left me homeless with neck and his right knee on most flights back then asked for how long nine minutes and twenty nine seconds Steiger testified he found the use of force to be excessive defense attorney Eric Nelson countered there appear to be moments when the knee came off the neck a a desk sergeant Steiger about responding to that type of call you hear a scuffle on the radio you hear we're taking one hour and you get dispatch code three audio courtesy of court TV a state forensic scientist also testified pills containing methamphetamine and fentanyl were found inside the SUV I'm Jackie Quinn

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Jurors shown video at ex-officer's trial in Floyd's death

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 8 months ago

Jurors shown video at ex-officer's trial in Floyd's death

"Video of George Floyd gasping for breath was essentially exhibit a as a trial of the former police officer charged in his death gets under way in Minneapolis what happened in those nine minutes and twenty nine seconds when Mr Derek Jarman was applying this excessive force to the body of Mr George Floyd former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is charged with murder in the second degree murder in the third degree and manslaughter in Hennepin county courthouse prosecutor Jerry Blackwell show jurors footage at the earliest opportunity right Sheldon's defense attorney Eric Nelson so the officer did what he had been trained to do over his nineteen year career arriving to assist other officers struggling to get flood into a squad car there are always two sides to a story Nelson disputed the children was to blame for Boyd's death twenty to heart disease and methamphetamine and fentanyl found in Floyd system the autopsy revealed many other issues I'm Jennifer king

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High court: More police excessive force suits can go forward

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

High court: More police excessive force suits can go forward

"The U. S. Supreme Court has sided with the New Mexico woman in an excessive force lawsuit against police the justices ruled five two three four rocks sand Taurus she was shot in twenty fourteen one four members of the New Mexico state police arrived at her Albuquerque apartment with an arrest warrant for someone else tourists within our car and experiencing methamphetamine withdrawal at the time she says she did not notice the officers until one tried to open the door thinking they were carjackers tourists hit the gas two officers fired thirteen shots hitting tourists with two she pleaded no contest to charges related to fleeing but sued claiming excessive force the supreme court's decision lets the suit and potentially others like it move forward Ben Thomas Washington

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"6 40 it is the Conway show And we have a DEA special agent in charge. Bill Bonner's with us. Bill. Welcome to the program. How are you, sir? I'm doing Well, Tell me about yourself all Bob Bowman. Did you guys get a score today, huh? It's a big one. Why sure. A big one. Is that right? £893 of cocaine £13 of heroin and almost 2022 a little over £2200. Of crystal meth. Yeah, that's actually that's the largest seizure and I've been around. I've been around for a minute. That's the largest seizure that that DEA has ever made domestically of methamphetamine, You know? Hey, there's been There's been huge seizures at the border in years past, Usually, CBP will hit him as they were coming across. But this is one that beat our first line of defense at the border and made it up to l A. And you know, poof, could it could have done a lot of damage to our to our community? Oh, yeah, not my eyes, by the way. Is it possible that was personal Use? Sure. Well in California, you know. Luckily, I'm a federal agent. But in California that could possibly be considered personal use that the federal government has has the federal government has a slightly different look at drug but but, you know, in all seriousness, Tim, listen, I think that's the understanding that that as you know that we need to come to our whole community needs to come to Is that drug trafficking? It's not a victimless crime, and people are being victimized by drugs in our city. We're seeing it. It's affecting the homeless. It's exacerbating the mental health problems that we have. And it's just It's just a grating the quality of life. So you know we're trying to step up and do. Our part was from federal resource is and kind of beat it back and preserve what we have going here in l A and, you know, hopefully we can keep doing it. DEA Special agent with US, Bill Bogner. What? Where was all of the all these drugs headed where they were going to be sold in L A or Chicago, New York? So I think that's a great questions. So you know, traditionally, these drugs come across the border and l A is probably the premier transshipment hub, especially for methamphetamine in the United States. Ah, good chunk of the methamphetamine that comes into the U. S. Comes across our border with Mexico comes up here to L. A It's put in these quotes, stash houses, rental properties where they break it down into smaller loads. Some of it goes out locally here in in L, A for distribution. Some of it goes to the East Coast, and some of it goes up to Canada, where then it's actually shipped off to Australia. And I couldn't even tell you the price of methamphetamine in Australia. Probably over probably $100,000 pound right now. Wow, because nobody can get it. Nobody can get it. Oh, my God. Yeah. What a bad time to have a meth problem in night. Yeah, but But we're now so why would they risk putting all of these drugs in one location? Why wouldn't like if I was running that you know the cartel with that one. I would spread that out amongst 15 to 20 homes. Yeah. So good question again. So here's what Here's what's been happening with Covina and everything. I think, uh, with Kobe, the border was effectively tightened up. And even, uh It was difficult for them to find couriers to take loads over the building. Traditionally traditionally a load of meth coming up to L. A. Maybe about £40.40, or £60, hidden in a passenger car. Driven up to L A and boom, It's here. Because of the reduction in that type of border traffic. The one the one type of traffic that's been able to cross kind of unimpeded is the commercial traffic, so we think This particular load came up in a shipment of produce. Uh, I think his cab, which is a matter of fact came up in a shipment of produce. So it was. It was a huge shipment is unloaded, and this was the first place that it went, so it would have been broken down into smaller. Loads and God, probably to a couple different houses around l A for distribution, but we got it. Luckily as soon as it got up here when you get something like that, and you know, and you make the arrest, I imagine the guys who are arrested are probably grateful that they're under your supervision. Now, then going back and telling their boss all this crap is gone. Yeah, that That's that's for certain that that's for certain. I mean, it's a dangerous game. They play when they deal in that world, because, you know, it's not the kind of business where you go in and ask for a refund. Or you could you know, you go back and complain to customer service about the quality of your product. You're liable to just be eat a bullet for doing that. So imagine the guys that you know that. You know, we're in charge of this load if they went back, and they said Hey, you know, the D A has it now they're probably most likely going to be killed. Yeah. You know, it depends because because one of the things listen. He's the drug cartels do realize that That law enforcement is out there, and they do realize that they're going to lose some loads and and to some extent, it's a cost of doing business. But they better have paperwork. They better have a copy of the search warrant. They better have some receipts for property taken. They better have a booking, slip a copy of a booking slip or something. If they're just, you know, walking into a meeting in Mexico saying, Hey, I lost £2000 of met and they have no nothing. They're not gonna walk out of that meeting. I see because then they think that they sold it to somebody else. Correct. Uh, right. Then they think they stole it. All right. But what is it? What is the street value of all this? Almost £900 of coke, £13 of heroin and a little over £2020 of meth. So, hey, so we deal in the wholesale value, Because, really, that's DS mission. I mean, we're not traditionally Unless there's like a violent crime issue in a neighborhood or quality of life issue. We're more focused on the wholesale dealer, so the wholesale value of this load of drugs is about $18 million. So that's the amount of revenue that was denied to the cartels. Now, if you were to take that and break it down into You know the amount sold on the street corner, so to speak. I couldn't even tell you what that is probably a quarter billion dollars but but that that number is so hard to figure out and it's so astronomical that we generally don't go there. We just use the The wholesale number because we can pretty solidly established. What that number is, right. By the way, I'm this is about where we have a special agent here. D a bill body. How long you been with the D A. 29 years, And this is the biggest home nine years. This is the biggest meth seizure that that that I've ever seen in one place. Yeah, Yeah. Incredible. Absolutely. Have you ever had an opportunity? There's a great series on Netflix called the narcos. Have you seen it? Have seen it. I have seen that. I actually know the The guys that were in that first episode with Pablo Escobar, the one of many in Colombia. I guess season one and two, I think it was maybe 12 and three Steve Murphy and have your opinion where the two the two agents in that Wait. You knew those guys personally?.

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Happened. There really is no reason why we're having 40 50 60,000 other than the fact that we're not doing something correctly. But Dr Fauci in a Facebook live interview with Mark Zuckerberg says he is not calling for another shutdown and is optimistic that researchers are close to an effective vaccine for the virus. But someone likely a foreign government is tryingto hack Corona virus Vaccine research. The United Kingdom's National Cybersecurity Center says it is 95% Certain Russian government intelligence services are behind hackers targeting medical research. UK. Intelligence officials identify the Russian hacking groups has a PT 29 The Dukes and cozy bear. Cozy Bear and another hacking group Fancy bear are accused of infiltrating the Democratic National Committee in 2016 they say throughout the year, Russian hackers have been targeting organizations in the U. S. Canada and U K. It's unclear if the hackers were successful boxes Richardson at the State Department's India with the third highest reported number of Corona virus cases. It's just past the one million case Mark Georgia's governor, Brian Camp, suing Atlanta to block the city from enforcing its public mask mandate, arguing that Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms has overstepped her authority. Federal government preparing to win the life of a convicted killer today instantly honk. It was a methamphetamine maker convicted of the 1993 murders of two drug dealers, A woman and her two young daughters, his would be the third execution this week. A major earthquake in the Pacific just offshore from public on New Guinea, registering a magnitude of atleast seven. Residents say the shaking continued for a full three minutes. No word yet on damage. America.

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To bring methamphetamine bundles in the United States but it's how smugglers tried to do it that has the border patrol agents on high alert right now I'm standing underneath the city of Nogales Arizona I'm in the Grand Avenue tunnel and that's the location where two people recently tried to smuggle nearly one hundred seventy pounds of Matt sat Riddick man is a border patrol special agent in charge for the Nogales sector he said smugglers are trying new things they were dragging small bundles that were attached be a rope and they're pulling those through the international boundary the two were arrested before they could float the math through the tunnel Martha Mauer KTA argues and now for a check on traffic here is George Thomas live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thanks ever we have a crash in seventeen cellphone of Bethany home road it's blocking two right lanes if you can avoid that area it's a good idea still some heavy traffic on the freeway system and accidents on the surface streets fifty First Avenue in Buckeye a crash of bell road in our H. Johnson surprised one in Scott still this gonna be Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard north of shake and it ninety First Avenue and deer valley a bicycle involved there this traffic reporter sponsored by Jack in the box try new tiny tacos fifteen for three Bucks or get them loaded for four Bucks only at Jack in the box delivered exclusively with uber eats George Thomas KTA our news K. D. A. R. weather for the valley clear skies down about forty seven degrees tonight and we are in for a wonderful weekend weather wise.

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To bring methamphetamine bundles in the United States but it's how smugglers try to do so that has border patrol agents at our southern border on high alert right now I'm standing underneath the city of Nogales Arizona I'm in the Grand Avenue tunnel and that's the location where two people recently tried to smuggle nearly one hundred seventy pounds of Matt sat Riddick man is a border patrol special agent in charge for the Nogales sector he says smugglers are trying new things they were dragging small bundles that were attached the a rope and they're pulling those through the international boundary the two were arrested before they could float the math through the tunnel Martha Mauer KTA argues the founder of an Arizona pharmaceutical company is off to prison for five and a half years for his role in a kickback scheme that prosecutors said contributed to the opioid crisis they say John could pour masterminded the marketing tactics of insist therapeutics they said one of his sales executives gave a lap dance to a doctor to write more prescriptions for a highly addictive oral fentanyl spray other doctors got millions of dollars in bribes disguised as speaking fees or educational opportunities the defense said to poor was miscast as some sort of mob boss prosecutors wanted the seventy six year old to pour in prison for fifteen years Peter say more K. T. A. R. news KTAR eyes on education some Arizona parents may soon be able to use taxpayer dollars to send their kids to private schools in other states he tears result as a teen I was live in the news center to tell us about a state bill being considered the bill is meant for students who live in an Indian reservation in Arizona they would be able to use taxpayer funds through the Arizona and Powerman scholarship account program to pay for tuition at a private school that's within two miles of where they live dollars should only be used for Arizona schools don Peniche Stocker with the advocacy group save our schools Arizona is against the bill here in our own schools in our own communities we are struggling to find our schools the bill comes after several students in window rock were using the ESA funds to pay for private school tuition in New Mexico last year live in the newscenter Griselda city no K. T. A. R. news as president trump's impeachment trial continues a well known U. S. senator from Arizona has opened up to Katie a are about what it's like to sit through one senator John Kyle said to the impeachment trial of president Clinton back in nineteen ninety nine a little earlier he told it was on this morning news the days are long but they're not exactly suffering and there is no great sacrifice to have to sit still for four five hours at a time and then take a half hour break for lunch and then come back and do it again you know people talk about that being just a horrible experience well if you want to drink the water one of the pages of bring it bring the water also says he took copious notes during the Clinton impeachment trial even kept a diary for his grand kids journey foster KTA our news January is national slavery in human trafficking awareness month nearly eleven thousand cases of human trafficking were reported in twenty eighteen the department of homeland security is using the month to talk about its strategy to combat human trafficking it includes partnering with companies to train their workers on how to spot human trafficking and the DHS is teaming up with American Airlines for human trafficking training for its sixty thousand employees including pilots and flight attendants at twelve oh seven here's Larry Lewis live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well Sharon valley freeways still looking fairly good for the most part we do have that crash in Tempe that's giving us trouble on the northbound side of the loop one oh one right here university three it right lanes are blocked off everybody having to scoot on over to the left you've got to travel lanes as well as the nature of the way SO three lanes total getting through there on the north and.

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on KTOK

"In fifty five pounds of methamphetamine border patrol agents near San Diego busting a sixteen year old kid on drug smuggling charges agents believe the boy had a partner on the Mexican side who repeatedly loaded that remote control vehicle with drugs as he drove it back and forth through a gap in the bollard style fence it all went down near the Otay mesa port of entry the math has an estimated street value of a hundred and six grand the boy being held in juvenile detention Kevin battle fox news human rights group Amnesty International is showing in a report that Google and Facebook should be forced to abandon what it calls their surveillance based business model because the group says it's predicated on human rights abuse the report saying the company's practice of using personal data to feed advertising business is what they're calling an unprecedented assault on privacy rights a new push for the city of Orlando to get its own Major League Baseball team Pat Williams help bring the NBA's Orlando Magic to the theme park haven now he's looking to bring a major league ball club to the Florida city Williams in a press conference Wednesday announcing his initiative to make the Orlando dreamers a reality the most important step now in becoming a Major League Baseball city is finding out how badly central Florida wants to do this MLB commissioner rob Manfred has said previously doesn't expect the week to expand until the Tampa Bay rays in Oakland Athletics receive new stadiums the reason the Miami Marlins Florida's two MLB clubs ranked in the bottom of the tenants in the majors this past season Metropolitano fox news IDA west as been denied a permit to build at the theater on his ranch in Wyoming the park county planning and zoning commission made the decision after west modified plans for the building you're the town of Cody he had told if it town officials of the wanted to include residential.

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on KOMO

"Park offering the methamphetamine a thirteen year old girl in a forty year old boy were both rape according to police records court documents say Smith moved to Seattle about two years ago and listed a shelter as his residence lab report that was unsealed after a jury convicted a Washington state man in the killings of a young Canadian couple shows investigators tell more DNA evidence linking the suspect to the crime the Everett Herald reports the DNA William Perl tell but was found and zip ties discovered at the crime scene Talbot was found guilty last month in the murders of eighteen year old ten even Kahlenberg and twenty year old G. cook the couple from Victoria British Columbia disappeared in November of nineteen eighty seven while on a trip to Seattle their bodies were found in separate locations in north western Washington state defense attorney John Scott is ants for a new trial for Talbot a judge is set to consider that request coming up on Wednesday come on whose time channel work your comfortably traffic every ten minutes on the force with gear Jordan we had an earlier blocking problem in Auburn crash west on the eighteen that's left the drive sort of slow often on between M. street and one six seven but it is improving not improving actually getting heavier as the can be the southbound I. five drive from about three seventy fifth through most of five northbound I. five is crowded around fifty six and then we're busy between highway sixteen and River Road in Seattle north on I five is a slow go from the Michigan Curtis Senica must listing some congestion around five twenty north bound for five that'll be happy from the valley freeway to northeast thirty at the now southbound four five is getting bit bunched up approaching thirty at as well this traffic report is sponsored by Comcast business every day Comcast business is helping businesses big and small go beyond the expected to do the extraordinary Comcast business beyond fast take your business beyond at Comcast business dot com our next caller traffic at.

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on KOMO

"Of that truck was arrested for alleged drunk driving reporting live Carly Johnson come on you while never a good time for that but yet today is about as bad as you can imagine for that public health officials in king county see overdose deaths from methamphetamine now surpassing heroin deaths deaths for prescription drug abuse and heroin at about the same rate as last year the math and fentanyl deaths have risen bread find good with king county public health lost his brother to a heroin overdose excellent job in a bank he was doing well for himself and nobody knew there is an issue until one day we got a phone call from the hospital that he had died Seattle The Seattle Times reports that last year four hundred fifteen king county residents died from drug or alcohol use up for three hundred seventy nine in two thousand seventeen this in a report released yesterday by public health so far a twenty nineteen there but a hundred eighty one likely or confirm drug overdose deaths in king county opioid prescription writing is down dramatically so why are so many still dying from using the powerful drugs as the most right cover tells us it's likely because a lot more the substances are coming from the streets Dr Monique Jones is an addiction specialist at Oregon health and science university she blames a rise in deaths on the unknown they're having more and more of the peel is especially things like her one that are being laced with these since the synthetics and the Sentinel final and the analogs are a hundred times more potent than morphine thirty to fifty times more potent than Harel that's camp strong with the US drug enforcement agency says they're stepping up efforts to find the synthetic opioid supplies in the black market those who buy these drugs can never be certain what's inside and is often times deadly deadly because you don't know what you're getting there's no quality control Brian Calvert komo news coming up safe parking for Seattle's homeless I'm Corwin hate what was wants to be a large single locked will now spread city.

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on KOMO

"Overdose deaths from methamphetamine have now surpassed heroin deaths almost Carling Johnson is live with the latest in the ongoing drug epidemic mess and fat no deaths are on the rise just from prescription drug abuse and heroin about the same eighty percent of people who knew Lee star hair when started with prescription drugs that's Brad find good with king county public health who lost his own brother to an overdose excellent job in a bank she was doing well for himself and nobody knew there is an issue until one day we got a phone call from on the hospital that he had died The Seattle Times reports last year four hundred fifteen king county residents died from drug or alcohol use that was up from three hundred seventy nine in twenty seventeen this in the report released Tuesday by public health seventy seven percent of those people who died had multiple substances in their system so far this year there have been one hundred eighty one likely or confirm that drug overdose deaths in king county and health officials say many people now are getting off heroin perhaps taking methadone to wean off and then they end up going back to full on addiction using math Carling Johnson come on news and I'm Brian Calvert it's not just happening here but across the north west were opioid prescription writing is down dramatically but still so many are dying from using the powerful drugs Dr Monique Jones is an addiction specialist in Oregon health and science university she blames all rise in deaths on the unknown having more and more of the peel is especially things like heroin that are being laced with these since the synthetics and the Sentinel final M. B. analogs are hundred times more potent than marching thirty to fifty times more potent than Harel that's camp strong with the US drug enforcement agency says they're stepping up efforts to find the synthetic opioid supplies in the black market those who buy these drugs can never be certain what's inside and is often times deadly deadly because you don't know what you're getting the no quality control Brian Calvert komo news just call the police shot a woman last night public information officer Loretta cool says it happened at the domino's pizza at south thirty eight and Pacific Avenue officers responded to a call of the female with a knife of service arriving shortly there after called out shots fired the female was struck and injured she was transported to the hospital one officer was involved in the shooting and we were conducting an officer involved shooting investigation no officers were heard to the woman who was shot was is in her fifties and we're told she was talking with police after she was shot deportation raids targeting illegal immigrants could start as soon as this weekend in ten major cities Seattle is not on the list and bear Jenny Durkin talked about that with almost any sweat occur we're gonna make sure that we focus on target our police and public safety and not let them become an federal immigration policy king county also has ordinances and.

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But he's also getting methamphetamine fares. Methamphetamine, Tim Conway junior show bears. Weeknights at six KFI. John and Ken show. John kobylt Ken. She info can away KFI AM six forty story today. Front of the yet. Elsa gun times. This was a good one. And I don't know if this story is inspiring or depressing. It's actually both. It's about a woman named Lisa. Soren Meakin I'm pronouncing that right? Lives in LA. Works for radio station, and she also acts appears in TV shows and commercials. Like a million other people. And income is there, and it's not sometimes good. Sometimes it's not. A lot of people in that situation. And what are the things is when you're trying to grind out a living and hustling going on dishes. Working extra jobs like she's doing what you don't need is your stupid, a whole government, stealing your money making your life difficult over something trivial and stupid. But in Los Angeles normal people are the enemy. And lisa. Sarim kind is normal person working in the entertainment industry trying to get somewhere. Listen to what she went through. You're not gonna believe this this twice. This cook or two years. One morning. She got a parking ticket. Seventy three dollars parking ticket and her car. Got towed for two hundred thirty nine dollars. And here's what happened. It was on Venice avenue, which is resonance street quite street and she lives around the corner. And she always parks on van Ness. And. Was going to be some street construction. They were going to resurface the street. And what they do is street. Coke street crews show up and they post temporary no parking signs twenty four hours before construction. Right. Everybody in the neighborhood has a warning twenty four hours parking on the street because we're going to grind up the street, which they did. But at least the presidents have time to move their cars, and I could take an untold. And the construction where so it worked the first time. They put up the signs Lisa moved her car. So everybody else. Then the constructors construction workers came, and they pulled rice the streets, they removed layers of asphalt that that was falling apart and deteriorating. And sometime later might be a few days a few weeks. They would come back resurface. Now. Remember, they put up these temporary no parking signs just for that twenty four hour period. Well. Until they were gonna come back to resurface the street you could park again. So they flipped that oh parking signs over these placards were tach with wire to trees or signposts. So when they're turned upside down means you can park and then twenty four hours before they came back to repave the road. They would flip them up and give everybody a day's warning don't park on van deaths. So everybody in the neighborhood. Watch these signs closely. They all knew they had a habit of moving their cars on a street sweeping day. Or if there was a film shoot each night. Lease it went to bed. She checked the sign it was turned away from the street. It means you could park then on April third 2017. She woke up shared construction noises. She ran out pajamas. She saw the construction workers. There was a ticket on the windshield of her car, which was already attached to a tow truck. She went to the tow truck driver paid the ransom. Then she tracked down the equipment operator the supervisor in Kevin Frazier. And she said did workers turn the signs over that morning. Because last night I went to bed, and it was okay to park and Frazier said, yeah. They didn't. They didn't turn the signs to the no parking side until that morning. So everybody went to bed and legitimately thought you could park, and then they flip the signs around while people were sleeping early in the morning. Eight other people on the block tickets as well. So Lisa felt she gotten screwed. It's over three hundred dollars. And other neighbors said, yeah, we watched the signs every night. It was clear to park. She calls up a supervisor with the city of bureau street services. Elena stern spokes hole. Stern told the times that no, no, no, nobody said any such thing. Nobody said that they turned the signs over that morning, lying, of course. Because everybody on the block got hit. So they started calling city councilman David ru. Who was sympathetic? They figured okay. Since eight cars got ticketed and towed in a single morning. Something must have gotten wrong the money there. It's three hundred dollars. Plus, so the city made about two thousand dollars on that one block. Yeah. How much money a year one hundred forty one million dollars tickets another ten million dollars towing face. This is big business is under fifty million dollars a year. So really office. Contact beer street services saying, hey, there was a mistake street services said no we follow proper procedures. So she challenged Lisa ceramic challenged. Her ticket got rejected and writing filed an appeal with the department transportation went to a hearing to hearings one on the ticket one on the toe. She lost both cases claiming that she didn't have any evidence. That the signs were turned over. They never any evidence. Because the implies relying. She kept trying. She went to court. She got her neighbors to sit down with a notary. They will find it filed former four affidavits to testify..

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The. The. It's not just defenders pain for crime, partly cloudy and cold overnight much warmer by Tuesday afternoon. I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. Your county jail is probably not equipped to handle addiction issues. But that's where many of the states drug offenders, go. Chris Davis reports on the state's top ten felonies top ten all level six the lowest felony. But that means those folks go to the county jail not to state prison. The top felony is meth possession says Indiana prosecuting attorney council head Powell on Abdul at large next up syringes is actually the syringe with the dragon at like methamphetamine heroin or cocaine has gone from two thousand two hundred and fifty cases in fifteen to almost nine thousand last year. How will says thirty-three counties are getting ready to build jails? And that's costing you Chris Davis. Ninety-three WIBC mobile news Holcombe says the critics of the house hate crime Bill should be celebrating. Eric Berman with that story. Welcome says, he still lobbying for a more comprehensive Bill, but he says the house Bill meets the standard spelled out by the. Summation league. I have the language of the letter that they sent a call for a enumerated list of which we haven't called for us at the very same time to cover their words, all and that is exactly what what came out of the house does the AD L says language aimed at catching anyone the list. Overlooks is too vague other critics complain the list leaves out gender gender identity and age Eric Berman Ninety-three WIBC Einstein Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC.

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five. We also have Christian Nielsen the secretary of the department of homeland security yesterday on Capitol Hill. Testifying about the horrors down there. The Democrats are fine with the level of horrors. They like they like child sex trafficking. They like the methamphetamines the Fenton all the heroin the Rafer coming in across the border. They liked that. They don't want to do anything about that. That's an acceptable level more than seventy thousand Americans dead from federal drug overdoses last year drugs coming in from the south overwhelmingly, the Democrats are fine with current levels of seventy thousand a year or so as a regular and ongoing figure in American life. They're okay. Greater number lost in the Vietnam war. Democrats are good with that every year. What do they want to do about it? Well, they they they want to argue talking points. And semantics is what they wanna do until everyone's exhausted with their fanaticism. And then we all go home. Then they win the the argument because they're they're fanaticism is to exhausting for. Normal people. Kristin Nelson and she's explaining what's going on down at the border. She explained yesterday on Capitol Hill on camera under oath before God. And everyone just like James Clapper did when he lied to the American people. And I honestly look if General Michael Flynn is going to be held accountable to the degree to which he has been. I think maliciously held accountable, then I gotta tell ya of James Clapper is not held to the same story to the to the same standard rather than we live in a in a third world country that we live in a an extremely horribly terribly corrupt country and culture where we do not have equal Justice under law as his engraved above the entrance to the supreme court. And the news media, they're all in, of course, with the party. And it's a the children in cages children in cages. Now, the pictures that they're conjuring up in their minds. Of course, Barack Obama put in there. And then he gassed them with Zyklon.

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"I mean, this is a tough one for you animal lovers, as, you know, people smuggling drugs in all manner of ways and bundles via airplane. Mules not only mules, but people who are also called mules and they tape bags of heroin methamphetamine to their bodies. Or in the more extreme ways, they put them in various cavities. And there are two choices depending on if someone is male or female, they generally like female. Meals for obvious reasons. And then sometimes they swallow them also. So there's three ways so they swallow these bags of heroin, and then when the mules reach a certain point, they simply poop them out. Well, if they break inside the body, you've got a dead mule and is highly risky, man. It's incredibly dangerous. So here is someone taking it to a level that is almost incomprehensible. It's veterinary student in Colombia, and what he does is he leased a farm in medicine for the purposes of raising dogs. And implanting bags of liquid heroin inside the dogs. He would perform surgery. And put him inside the dogs. And ten bags were removed. The farm. This is I in he was in New York at the time, they arrested him. But I mean, can you imagine him using puppies? To bring the drugs over, and I think this was methamphetamine God. That's horrible. Yeah. Although in somewhat of a payback one of the rescue puppies was trained by the police to be a drug detection dog. So that's a good piece of irony. Okay. Let's take a phone call. Debbie. Hi, Debbie Europe. Hi. Hi, bill. Good morning. Yes, sir. Yes. Ma'am. I have a question so about ten years ago fun gave me ten thousand dollars and ten years went by nothing going on. Now, he was doing a small claims court for personal loan. I never signed an agreement that was a personal gift. And so my question is what is this statute of limitation for years actually on a verbal two years? If there was if there is nothing written. It's two years. Nothing written. You've got two years statue. So you have you actually been sued yet? Yeah. I have a court date. Okay. You show up in court. Have you answered the complaint? I did. Okay. Did you did you and did you point out that this was a statute issue did the complainant the plaintiff in the documents say when this long took place? Did he did mention that he says in the in the paperwork? It was ten years ago. Yes. Yeah. It's over. What do you mean? Wait. He sued you ten years ago. No, no, no. No, no. I got it. Okay. All you do is walk into court and go your honor. This is ten years old. Okay. I have to say, it's all you. Do you don't what the defend you don't have to defend you simply say your honor this occurred ten years ago the statute has run. That's insane. Of course, you do. Okay. Especially when I tell you you have a winner. See how that works. Michelle. Hi, Michelle handle on the law. Yes, ma'am. Thank you so much. I am a breast cancer survivor and about eight months ago. My insurance is built for a medical device for forty two hundred dollars. And my insurance is just been ridiculous and their denial spur like a myriad every since they requested information, I send it in. And regardless of what they sent in. They continue to deny. On my claim. And so I kinda after doing all that I could I took it to the department of insurance popcorn. Yeah. And California Department of insurance states acts me, and they overturned my insurance company stating that because I had a PPO and I was leaving an in network provider. They need to pay for the device, and so this last week received another letter from my now ex insurance company, and they are denying to pay again because they said that they requested additional information the last couple of weeks, which I haven't ever seen. And I'm just not sure if I have a case to go up again. Sure you do. Sure you. But considering insurance companies are regulated. I would go back to the regulators and say ignored an order and let them start dealing with it. Okay. I sent an Email. Okay. And I think that's the best way of going about it because it's suing them. There may be some regulations involved with suing them, for example suing. Regulated industries is not as easy as you suing someone and let's get him in trouble. Yeah. For ignoring a state order regulatory order. Okay. You'll get your money. Eventually. I mean, I have no doubt about that. If they if they deny to pay like the full now requested by for this medical device, you go back to the insurance regulators say they're screwing you again. Okay. Yeah. You present all of the letters. They've asked for and then the fact with the information, and then you come back with and now they want more after they've been ordered to pay it. Okay. Okay. All right device. Incidentally, if you've had a breast cancer surgery, what kind of device, I'm just curious. Yeah. So it's I have limping team I developed after my surgery, so I have some Swedes that were personally made forty two hundred dollars for kind of ridiculous, but without them. Threatening. So okay. Got it. Just curious. Got it. All right. Michelle. All right coming up more Handel on the law..

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on KGO 810

"We'll be speaking with Lonnie Koon's attorney author of your perfect and other lies. Parents tell we're gonna talk about the true deadbeat dads, mostly we're talking about right now, though, we are talking about a story that's been in the press and Los Angeles regarding a local newscasts here. We're gonna discuss with the clinical director for the center for healthy sex, Alexander, cut, Hakkas, etc. Welcome. Thank you. So gonna heavily in sort of frame the story. So the audience can understand we're talking about today. Right. So we're talking about news anchor. Chris Burroughs who is from channel five here in Los Angeles. He had a collie he would gone to work that morning. But then he said he was sick. And on his way, home instead of going home. He went to a motel room and Glendale where he met with a companion and male male companion. Right. He's married with a daughter nine year old daughter on and they had he had met on Grindr. And I guess they had met maybe four or five times previously before on. There was a lot of methamphetamine involved. They were inserting mcmath rocks in different parts of their bodies. And then there was like bondage mass, proper, right? And he ended up probably vomiting and asked braiding or becoming unconscious by other means dying. And he was a well loved individual. I have taken the position that this is a terribly sad story on so many fronts. I mean, not the least of which this. Man had to leave a sort of a secret life. So that's what we want to talk about is the secret lives of people live, and what motivates that or is there is there a general sort of psychological frame for understanding this you help us out, Sandra. Well, I'm Louis you. I just think this is such a tragic story, and in my mind, of course, it's a story of addiction of a secret life high level of compartmentalization. Meaning that he cannot know what he knows very adeptly is brain is very practiced at cordoning off these separate parts of himself. Let's let's so what does that mean about somebody? That's able to do that. Well, I see often it means at that person must have suffered some sort of abuse or neglect early on where they learned that survival strategy and the learning is not confident of intellectual learning. It's an adaptation of the brain. And over the body becomes a tendency. Let's say of how a person might be in the world is it never. I I like with everything sometimes it's environment. Sometimes it's genetics are there, right? It's like psychopathy has genetics. Does this thing have genetics to it as well? Well, I would say possibly, but we don't know for certain. And I think it's different for every person. I don't know this man's background at all right, right? A good example is all of us like everybody has stolen something in their lives. I'm thinking like a piece of candy when I was in third grade. I got in trouble for stolen. We tell ourselves instead. It's okay. Or it's not that bad. And then we act like it didn't really happen. Right. And he did this to the one hundred degree. I mean, this man was really deep into these behaviors. This was not just a casual occasionally he was masturbating to porn and his wife. Didn't know is it a whole life. Is it something that usually progresses like other addictions? Yeah. I would say this is an example of something that had progressed to the extreme. He wasn't a novice with what he was doing. Right. When you say addiction, I'm assuming you guys are talking drug addiction. But is this also? Okay, because not only sexual addiction. I mean think about it. The guy was married with a child. Right. And he was going off and doing the way I look at it being being a non drug person. I'm saying, it's probably even more that he was trying to closet it. Because he also had a gay tendency. Mean that's another level of tragedy and all this, right? Because we don't know whether she had a tendency to technical leeann he could've been not identified as being gay or he could have been gay and lying about it to himself in the world. And I don't know because there are a lot of straight men that have sex with men because they enjoy it, and it's pleasurable, but what makes them not gays if they say, I'm not gay lifestyle. I wanna be gay. Hamas a category. Wait a minute. You're telling me men have sex with men, but there are some men that aren't gay that have sex with men in case to hold for a second Alexandra caucus for the Senate for a bigger topic to jump into originally that category came from HIV and aids research because they found a lot of men that were getting HIV and aids were adamant that they were not gay, but occasionally on the DL they were doing with. That's a that's a category to category eight hundred two two two five to two number. Speaking Alexander Kanakas center for healthy sex where you can find our center for healthy sex dot com. Leeann tweeden, Dr drew midday live, Dr drew.

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Died of an accidental methamphetamine overdose James house with more. According to the LA county coroner's report boroughs was having a sexual encounter with a man at a motel in Glendale on December twenty seventh when he ingested math and a recreational drug known as poppers, Dr Joseph harass. He is a board certified addiction psychologists boroughs murder someone that we all loved we all enjoyed seeing him living rooms at night. Shows that no one is immune to this. It can happen to any one of us. And we just have to take addiction very seriously demand. Boroughs was with called nine one one administered CPR after the anchor began throwing up and losing consciousness boroughs was transported to a hospital where he passed away at the age of forty three James Rowe Haas KABC news in California couple accused of torturing their kids for years is heading to prison. David and Louise Turpin accepted a plea deal. And agreed to a prison sentence of twenty five years to life for chaining their kids to furniture, refusing to feed them and keeping them in deplorable conditions Riverside County district attorney Mike history and says the agreement means the kids don't have to testify, but it's up to them. If they want to speak when their parents are sentence. The couple was arrested after their seventeen year old daughter escaped from the home over Yuriko and called for help members of the LGBTQ community in Los Angeles are asking people not to be distracted by Jesse smollet. Tara russell. Slave in with the L A LGBT center says the confusing and deeply unfortunate circumstances surrounding the empire. Actors should not cloud the sobering. Facts about hate crimes and the nation. This is clearly a very very rare and exceptional circumstance. The majority of people who come forward with these crimes, the vast majority really should be taken their story and account at face value. She signs her report showing hate crimes in the US increase for the fifth consecutive year without receiving his highest level of hate crime reports in a decade Smolen is currently out on bond on a charge of making a false. Police report about this alleged assault in Chicago and California Republicans are gathering at the state capital to talk about the future of the party delegates in Sacramento are also voting on new chairman to lead them in two thousand twenty among the GOP chair candidates. Former state lawmaker Travis Allen we go. Great. Listen. I gotta tell you Republicans across the state are sick and tired of having our state run by the Democrats. They wanna Republican party stands for Republican. Values our ideals in stands with our Republican president Allen is running against party organizer. Jessica Patterson longtime party activist Steve Frank Republicans are expected to talk about how to revive the party after Democrats last year swept all statewide races and picked up seven US house seats in KABC sports, the clippers are up in the first half against the Memphis grizzlies. They're currently that number eight spot in the Western Conference the final playoff seat. The Lakers who are chasing them are all the ducks in the NHL face the flames tonight and the kings have the night off. So Cal weather tonight, mostly clear,.

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:12 min | 3 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Just gonna skip over this. Really rather? Idiotic crowd size thing. The news media is just a joke. Who type this for the Democrats? This is the week. They've got some crowd size issues. First of all veto f- Rourke had forty count them four zero forty different wing groups organizing his rally forty because lefties are just like little ants. They're like red aunts. They're like fire ants, they invade everything. And you know, that's what this whole Obama thing was about and the and the. Occupy Wall street thing was about organizing idiots across the country. So you got to flip a switch, and they'd come out for whatever your idiot causes for say that camera Harris isn't black enough for say that Joe Biden supported segregation in the nineteen seventies or whatever come out in support infanticide or your your clansman governor over there who wants to use facial Rick recognition programming to try to figure out who's in that Klan outfit. 'cause he's not sure if it's him or not. No, you're wearing you weren't wearing your open face hood that day governor. So the this is the week Trump seemed very interested in beta Aurora evidently larger crowd during his El Paso rally. Now, I mean, this is. Yeah. The idiocy of of at all the president said, so we've got thirty five thousand people, and then Trump's audience inside the Coliseum was at capacity six thousand five hundred says the week, and then they say better or Rourke following a mile long March, drew at least seven thousand people say this is what they do for the party. They they just they they work for the party. It's Peter Weber of the week. He's a party apparatchik and they're going off the El Paso police estimate. The crowd size at ten thousand to fifteen thousand for the anti Trump anti wall pro beta or rock rally and March tonight says Jennifer Epstein who she was she was like the Washington Post or somebody Bloomberg she's Bloomberg. There are democrat party shells pretending to be reporters. They're filled with anger and hatred in an amazing. In the meantime, Rio Grande valley border patrol checkpoint. Sees four point. Eight million dollars worth of crystal meth in foul forest, Texas, US border patrol agents disrupted three separate methamphetamine smuggling attempts at the fell furriest checkpoint in the past few days on Thursday, checkpoint agents, arrested a United States citizen after finding six bundles of methamphetamine concealed inside his vehicle drugs weighed more than fifty five pounds worth an estimated one point eight million dollars similar lay over the weekend, checkpoint agent stopped to separate methamphetamine smuggling attempts resulting in the seizure of nearly one hundred pounds of meth estimated value of over three million dollars. But that's okay because desert fine what the current levels of fatal drug overdoses in the United States of America seventy thousand Americans died from fatal drug overdoses in two thousand seventeen why we don't have the numbers for two thousand eighteen I don't know. But I haven't seen them. There is a bit of a trap are a potential trip. You know, the Democrats we're talking about this yesterday. And I played a little bit of CNN audio. And there was more that I could have played from the various democrat television entities. They have been nudging the Democrats saying, well, you know, gosh, it looks like if Friday comes and the government shuts down it looks like the Democrats might actually take the fall because they're the obstructionists. Right. And and now today the Democrats have performed a little bit of a judo move here on the inept, incompetent or. Disinterested. Republicans on Capitol Hill. The Richard Shelby of the world who probably really don't want more border security in the first place because they're go along to get along rhinos for the most part, and they're not standing up for what the voters wanted. They're they're just kind of letting it roll over them. And they're and they're fine with that. Now, what what I digress. What what happened here is that the the political geometry has changed overnight. And it's the fault of the Republicans who were negotiating with the Democrats yesterday and the Democrats betrayed them. Again, the moment they walked out the door leaking their version of the deal to their allies. And the news media who dutifully smirk carry it forward. Now, everything now looks like well, there's an offer on the table and they've come to it. So if the president doesn't accept it. Then Trump shut down the government. That's what happened here. That's what the Democrats pulled last night. They shifted the political responsibility for a Friday shut down to Trump and away from them. And I think the Republicans in congress kind of see it this way too because it doesn't go to the Republicans in congress the fault for the shutdown. It all goes to Trump. So in reality, politically, the Republicans in there negotiating on behalf of Republican voters nationwide. Just they're the ones who gave up the ghost here. They're the ones who capitulated they're the ones who. And honestly, they've they're they're tricking. The president. And they're sticking it to the president. The president is now the villain on Friday. If the deal doesn't go through. Right. That's what the Democrats accomplished yesterday. There's nothing really for. There's nothing. It's fifty five miles of border barrier. That's not nothing. That's it's two thousand mile long border. The Democrats know that and I've said this many times, you can spend billions and billions of dollars to know affect and they're fine with that that in fact, that's what they want. They want to spend billions. So they can go on with their ally. George Stephanopoulos, and they can say we've authorized x number of billions of dollars. They've just done it in ways that they believe will be incredibly ineffective that won't work that it's it's not their money. They don't mind spending it that's why we have twenty one twenty two trillion dollar national debt. They guys these clowns don't care about us or about anyone else. Other than themselves. But if they can say, well, we had an offer on the table that was agreed to in principle by the Republicans on Capitol Hill, which is what the Democrats leak last night in violation of their agreement. Then then the responsibility goes to President Trump, Freddie, government shutdown, and what's on the table is really basically a a pittance in the scheme of things. Now, the president also has been painted into a bit of a corner with this national emergency or state of emergency on the border thing. That media lies about that all the time to their dozens of these national emergencies in effect right now Brock Obama declared states of emergency again. And again when he was president. But now, they're like, oh, this is unprecedented because they lie about everything and just sorting through the lies takes most of your day. And then you're exhausted by you get back to your life and the liars on Capitol Hill of one at south were they exhaust us by their fanaticism. Right. But the dollar figure. Not good. What should the president? Do. I think if the president has tricks up his sleeve as the chief of staff suggested on Sunday, I think if there are other pools of money that he can tap into if he can get construction projects up and running then perhaps you take the deal, but he's gonna have to be able to convince his voters and supporters that he is getting closer to the goal closer to the goal. And then there's this. There's this other reality. We talk about the Democrats all the time we've been talking about this for years how their fanaticism with which they pursue their their generation long objectives. They always take twenty five percent of the pie. When there's twenty five percent of the pilot of take. And then they declared jihad on the other seventy five percent of the pie. They'll take what's in front of them. They'll grab the money because they're like Bank robbers, and and we always indict the Republicans for that. I say that the Republicans on Capitol Hill the Shelby's the negotiating team for the Republicans. They have I I'll say let us down. I'd say that they failed. I'd say that they were not the people that we should have sent in to negotiate. I'd say that they are weak and feckless and that there are probably disinterested in additional border security themselves that they too are. Okay. With the seventy thousand fatal drug overdoses in two thousand seventeen they too are okay. With the level of gang activity gang violence in the United States. They're comfortable with. You know, the burden on our hospitals in our schools, and our jails in our courts and everything else they're fine with all that because it doesn't affect them directly. And they gave the president and all of us. What is a not great deal fifty five miles where you want five point seven billion this year, you'll get one point three seven five. So plus you got. Suck food out from between her teeth and say well. Well, we we one more says it's not a it's got nothing to do with securing the border. It's whether Pelosi can say they got less than what they wanted. And and therefore it's a victory for us say they've shorted the American people, and they're proud of themselves for it. They genuinely are. And they got a reduction in the number of beds. It's actually a reduction compared to what was on the table in December one point six billion dollars on the table in December that deal was turned down. We went to the government shutdown now, the Republicans come back and say, okay, we'll take one point three seven fuck. These guys are not negotiators. They suck the Republicans that that are responsible for this. Are awful. And I don't know why we don't have real negotiators in there with real negotiate, and they're all afraid of the government shutdown, and they're too stupid to know that the Democrats were in a position to take the fall on Friday and. You know, there are a couple of different ways to look at it. And I want to hear from the president on this. I want to I want to hear what the president has in mind. Has anybody noticed that the president's been a little more a little more measured lightly? And that includes the state of the union, and and some other public, declarations and statements and moments where he's been presented by the news media with opportunities to to step in it, and he hasn't and he hasn't even tweeted about this. Agreement in principle. It's nine forty seven in the morning, and he hasn't even talked about it. I just say I mentioned this to my best girl yesterday or Sunday. I think I've seen a change in the president's behavior in the last weeks, not months couple of weeks, and that maybe he's taken the dial from eleven to ten or or something I'm not taking that to the Bank yet. But I'm watching very carefully. Now, take the one point three seven five billion or do you shut the government down? Because now it's all Trump's fault yesterday. It was going to be the Democrats fault. Even CNN was forced to admit that yesterday and the Republicans who went in there and negotiate it just gave the Democrats on the hill. Everything they want it. Now, how does the president himself out of the hole that the Republicans on the hill placed him into do you shut down the government on Friday? Oh, I feel for the employees. A lot of government employs around here were very directly affected by these government shutdowns. And I gotta say who was the liar. Well, the government employees cannot be used as pawns animal. Of course, you're using them as pawns. They're they're using you as pawns the Democrats to a lesser extent. The Republicans are using you as pawns, and look what the Democrats are fighting for here is open. Borders says to not secure the border is to release more illegals into our country. They don't care what kind of crimes they committed..

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:07 min | 3 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Lot of ways that drug smugglers in the cartels, try to get stuff across our border tunnels. One of the ways are expensive getting through open territory where there's no border patrol and no border fence. That's another way. And then, of course, there's ports of entry. What's the reality of trying to make this more difficult for the cartels and prevent this poison from pouring into our country, which as we know is killing tens of thousands of Americans. Now a year. We've somebody who can really answer these questions we're joined by Derek maltz, who's a former agent in charge of DA's special operations division. Jerick? Thank you for your time. Thank you very much for having me on the show. I look forward to the conversation. So today Fenzl was seized by border patrol in. What what is being called a record bust and the amount of mental? Here was was was very high with one hundred fourteen kilos of. Fennel a kilo offense pills one hundred seventy nine kilos of methamphetamine and in a tractor trailer. So this was at a port of entry. This has become a contentious part of the discussion reported security recently. Derek? What what's going on? Right. How're the cartels getting stuff through the ports of entry? Okay. So first of all let me just explain that sentinel CJ. The public must understand that one. Kilogram affect and I'll kill five hundred thousand people. So it's been reported that this particular seizure could've killed fifty seven million people based on the fact that to Bill Graham's ski kill an adult now to get you a question. I mean, obviously, the cartels are running a multibillion dollar enterprise, and they're going to continue to blitz this country with their poison because there's a huge demand. So the country must focus on educating the public and the kids and everybody else regarding the dangers of these new chemicals 'cause it's not like the old days where somebody's smoking some marijuana that has a very low THC contact you're talking about synthetic drugs that have made in labs in China. And the other thing that the public doesn't realize this is a very dangerous relationship growing between the Chinese organization. Nations and the Mexican cartels. Now, the scary part is the cartels all rata country. They're in every one of our cities there in over fifty countries. So this Chinese not only making the chemicals to produce Fenton. All but they also are sending ton quantities of precursors into Mexico to the porch. That's how they're making all this industrial quantities of methamphetamine. So you have a situation where is long as this demand is going to be ways to get it in the country. Now, everyone talks about the southern border. But what people are not talking about is go back into the eighties with Miami and the Caribbean islands. They already have opened up some of those smuggling routes balk because they're smart, they know the US government is focused on the southwest border. So they're pushing people over through the Caribbean and trucks, but on your question regarding the port of entry wanted to the public doesn't understand is if there was a wall the wall itself is not gonna stop drug smuggling. But what it's gonna do is. It's going to be able to focus. Resources for border patrol at the port of entry with the latest and greatest technology to screening they could then do a better job and looking at every tractor trailer every car and they could do a better job. Figuring out who these people are coming into our country right now, they're all over the the wild west on the desert. I mean on the on the border, and they can't keep up with it. It's just to the magnitude is too high. So what should we be doing that? I mean, how you're telling me they're using different routes. They're going back to the old kind of the old as cocaine route right of through the Caribbean and then up into Florida, it feels like wherever we apply more research. And this is a broader drug war question than just a question. But Fenton, oh killed over seventy thousand American or I should say opioids killed over seventy thousand Americans last year and overdoses some percentage of that is obviously prescription drugs, which I know DA has been cracking down on that too. And over prescribing medications a lot of it is a legal stuff. The cartels are making pills that look like pharmaceutical pills because it's an easier to sell them on the street. So what what do we do here? You were you were involved in trying to trying to stop this scourge. Some people look at it. They say, you know, we just can't win this fight. What are you say? Okay. So I say go talk to the parents burying their kids because of the dying affect and also you got to continue to fight more plus minutes, one part of it. We have a much bigger problem. Unfortunately, after nine eleven our US government completely neglected the drug education issues, the commercials, they role models from the public, you know, media into the sports they should have been doing way more education to the kids in middle school and elementary school to get them. Understanding the dangers of this stuff the kids, unfortunately thought, you know, taking mommy's prescription out of the the medicine cabinet was fine because a doctor prescribed, and so there was the messaging was terrible. And and unfortunately, our country in Washington, they focus on the problem of the day instead of looking at long term strategies, they should have been educate the kids. Now, we have like a runaway train box because we have a lot of catching up to do on the education side. But here's the thing. What nobody's really talks about. Either is that this is a very global issue. So now like we were very involved with the Hezbollah and the the cocaine cartels in Mexico and the millions of dollars a month that would make sending money out of new. Out of the US in the us car businesses to support Iran to support has blah. So you know, what fuck this is a much larger issue than people in Washington understand you'll have terrorists increasingly Tony to crime and criminal networks for their funding and drug trafficking generate four hundred billion dollars a year, according to the UN, so we have to do a better job with all our international partners. We have to do a better job internally, you know, book notice there's no surprise to you because I know your background. But in America, we're still much sharing information across the agencies on these different threats. We have silos all over the place, we're losing leadership in different government agencies. That are not holding people accountable. So until we start doing some of that stuff and fixing the broken systems. You know, we're going to continue to have massive problems. Now, the good news is we have seen a lot better cooperation, we have seen some more successes. But honestly because the demand is so high the cartels are gonna just keep pumping it. So that's why I've been very vocal recently. That I think at this point in our country's history we need to seriously consider designated the cartels is terrorists because the State Department has some criteria. And I reviewed this criteria very closely. And I don't see anything in that criteria. That would prohibit prohibit the US declaring them perish. If we declared terrorists, then we can do a lot more with the US power that we have and some of the authorities that we have and the different agencies. This is not a law enforcement issue alone. Law enforcement has done a great job. They're out there working at butts off day in and day out the border patrol. They're very dedicated and home at the at the dinner table with family. But the thing is we have a wayball copy problem. And unfortunately, the sad part is that the politics getting in the way, they get because it's it's not about like, you know, keeping people out of a country. It's about keeping people alive. We're speaking to Derrick Maltese, a former agent in charge of DA drug enforcement. Administration special operations division. Derek is the Mexican government as serious as it needs to be when it comes to fighting the cartels. Fuck did you read the news yesterday? The president the new president has basically said there is no war on drugs. And he's no longer going to let the military, folks. Go after the bad guys. Now, you know why? That's sounds like a no, yes. Sorry. Go ahead. So so basically balked the successes. We've had in Mexico is because of the brave marines that have gone out patchy Chapo twice they've killed or captured some of high value talk it's for years for the DA and homeland security in Mexico. The problem is now this president is going to take them out of the fight. So guess what? Now, we're back to the corrupt federal police if you saw some of the testimony in the chapel goose mon- case, it's mind boggling, the levels of corruption at the president level at the high level officials in the Mexican government is beyond what I even knew Bach. And honestly people say oh well there. Cooperators? They're just making stuff up. No, they're not making it up because their stories are corroborated. And you know, what it's very very sad and the country now has to reevaluate how do we wanna deal day to day with Mexico there there were some testimony in that federal court in New York about the troppo trout, you brought up that suggested that the the drug the drug cartel corruption in Mexico goes all the way up to the very top of the government allegedly last Mexican president received one hundred million dollars from chapels organization that's in a little cartel. They wanted to he wanted to hundred and fifty million, but they settled on one hundred million, and it was some other really detailed testimony about somebody other high level of fficials. And and you know, what I've been hearing about that for years when I was running a special operations division. We were helping to coordinate and synchronize the efforts of thirty different participating agencies around the world and around the country, and we used to always get, you know, compromised in Mexico like so even in the oh case, you know, I was. I was still on on the job when we captured him the first time in February of two thousand fourteen after he escaped from his house in the in the sewage system and everything like that. But what people don't realize all the all the efforts to catch you chapel prior to that what compromise because the weeks and the corruption, and so you you can't do this unless you have the cooperation from the law enforcement and the leadership in these different countries. So we have a we have a serious complex challenge ahead to figure out. How do we best deal with our neighbours on the southern border because it's getting really really difficult. And then you look at all these caravans these people come in from Honduras, and the MS thirteen you saw the problems coming into our country, and then the financial burden to us citizens. It's really really scary. Is this one more for you? Derek is this is this the worst that the drug epidemic? Any epidemic has been in this country. Well, for my opinion. Yes. Because his wife right now the statistics are very bitch leading on the fence and all an opioid deaths. You know, why? 'cause 'cause knock can is saving people every single day all over America. The first responders are administering Knockin. Now, people are going out to CBS and Walgreens and they're buying their own knocking. So the not dying from this stuff because they have this awesome medicine this knocking, but here's the thing. We have now a mess crisis. That no one really is even talking about in in the national news. But like I said China is sending chemicals to Mexican cartels, and then no longer producing one or two pounds at a time..

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"methamphetamine" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"methamphetamine" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"No and methamphetamine authorities say the seizure encompassed nearly four point six million dollars worth of illicit drugs. Homeland security specialization one mayor scale says the twenty six year old Mexican national driving. The truck has been arrested on charges of possession with intent to distribute with a midnight deadline looming lawmakers at the state capital of passed a drought contingency plan. Governor Doug Ducey plans on signing the Bill in a ceremony in about a half an hour the plant easily pass both the Senate and house today. The plan is part of an agreement by several western states to keep lake Mead from dropping to dean, drizzly, low levels. President Trump is facing bipartisan push back to his announced troop withdrawal in Syria. Fox's Jared Halpern has more by partisan majority of senators supported a resolution opposing a precipitous. Withdrawal of us forces from Syria and Afghanistan that resolution advanced sixty eight to twenty three majority leader Mitch McConnell introduced the amendment as part of a broader Middle East policy. Bill sanctioning Syria, and providing security assistance to Israel McConnell is more about Al Qaeda and ISIS continued presence in Afghanistan in Syria. A resolution is non binding but highlights a public divide between President Trump's foreign policy in more hawkish members of the Republican party on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News. Boston market restaurants in southern California are turning their back on the city that bears its name ahead of the Super Bowl several of the restaurants in so Cal temporarily changing their name to Los Angeles market. The Rams will face off against the New England Patriots on Sunday a look at your money. The Dow fell fifteen points today to twenty five thousand five fifty K halfway ideas types, five o'clock and with a check of east side west side, traffic, here's leap alad, Steve, trello, Craig we've got some slow and showing up right now on the one zero one southbound.

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