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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:58 min | Last month

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Finally be back in the United States after a prisoner swap her mercury or a Phoenix mercury teammates are reacting. ABC's Alex stone is in Phoenix. Brittany griner is a star here in Phoenix and her team, the mercury is responding to a release saying the fight to bring her home has illustrated the power of the WNBA. Its players platform and mission. They say quote, we no longer have to bring BG home. She's on her way. The team saying in a statement, it's a motions or joyous celebration, deep gratitude, grief for the time lost and sincere hope for all families still awaiting the return of a loved one. Alex stone, ABC News, Phoenix, the U.S. and Russia brokered a prisoner swap convicted Russian arms dealer Victor boot is headed back to Russia. He was being held at a medium security facility in Marion, Illinois. Heather max attorney asked a judge at the dirksen federal courthouse in Chicago's loop this morning to release her from custody until her next trial, but was denied. Mac is awaiting trial for conspiring to have killed her mother in Bali Indonesia in 2014. She spent years in prison in Indonesia and has been in U.S. custody since November. Heather max aunt testified that Heather remained behind bars. Recently custody of her 7 year old daughter was given temporarily to her cousin. She has been accused of helping her ex-boyfriend Tommy schaeffer stuff the body of her mother, Sheila von Weiss Mac, into a suitcase while they are on vacation in Bali back in 2014, Mac will continue to be held at metropolitan correctional center downtown. Chicago police is searching for who shot and killed a 27 year old mother and her 79 year old father, while leaving the mother's two year old son unharmed. Giovanni Jenkins and her father Curtis Hardman were found dead in an apartment in the 8100 block of south drexel yesterday around 11 a.m., Giovanni's coworker knew something was wrong. She talked to ABC 7. Noah was answering until finally

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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:18 min | 7 months ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update. President Biden is defending his controversial trip to Saudi Arabia, talking to reporters in Jeddah Biden cited good talks on ensuring adequate global oil supplies to lower gas prices, he said he talked candidly with Saudi leaders about the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018. The U.S. has linked the murder to Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, an abortion rights bill is headed to the Senate after passage by the House, the democratic bill aims to codify or lock in abortion rights nationwide. Washington state Republican Cathy McMorris Rogers condemned the measure. Let's protect the human rights of the unborn. They have no voice to defend themselves. The house also approved a related bill ensuring access to abortions across state lines. Both House bills face long odds in the 50 50 Senate. The committee investigating last year's capital attack will hold a prime time hearing next week. It scheduled for Thursday at 8 p.m. eastern. It's expected to focus directly on former president Trump, specifically it's set to dive into Trump being silent from the point when he addressed a rally prior to the riot to when he called on rioters to leave the capital. The legal team for the accused tree of life synagogue shooter in Pittsburgh are trying to keep him from potentially being executed. Lisa Taylor reports lawyers for Robert Bowers argued yesterday to qualifying jurors to consider the death penalty would create a jury that's inherently biased toward conviction and capital punishment in emotion they argued qualifying the jury for the death penalty would exclude jurors who are black or Hispanic, women, and part of religions that oppose such a sentence is that as a result, the jury would likely be mostly older, white and Protestant. At the closing bell, the Dow gained 658 points to 31 two 88. The S&P rose 72 points to 38 63, while the NASDAQ gained 201 to 11 four 52, I'm Brian shook. U.S. customs and border protection officials are keeping more than a $1 million worth of fentanyl off the streets of California, Johnny Diego steini reports over 100 pounds of fentanyl powder and pills were seized earlier this month at the otay mesa port of entry. In an announcement yesterday, officials said the drugs were stuffed in a food products like flower bags, ground coffee cans and powdered milk containers. The two men accused of driving the fentanyl across the border of 43 year old and a 50 year old have since been booked into the metropolitan correctional center in San Diego. This latest drug bust is part of a larger effort by CBP officials to combat a rise in fentanyl smug attempts. I'm Johnny D augustini. A new report shows the number of children who have fallen behind on their routine vaccinations against common diseases when up last year, the report from UNICEF and the WHO says vaccination rates for illnesses, including diphtheria and tetanus fell to the lowest levels since 2008. That's 25 million children who miss their vaccinations last year. And Uber ride in New York City is pricier than in any other U.S. city, Liz Warner has more. Online lending firm, net credit conducted a recent study on Uber fares across the largest American cities, and the Big Apple came out on top. For a 6.2 mile trip, New York City Uber riders pay an average of 34 74, and that's followed by Nashville, which averages 34 63 among the most affordable cities for Uber are Phoenix, which will run 1536 for that trip with Houston at 1352 and Milwaukee at 1561. A father is under arrest in San Diego on suspicion of stunt driving with his two young children in the car. Police say Jonathan Mendoza took part in an illegal sideshow Tuesday night where multiple vehicles reportedly performed burnouts and donuts on private property. Mendoza was stopped by police and is two children aged 5 and 6 years old were found in the back seat without any child car safety seats. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Charlie pellet. At Bloomberg world headquarters. The stock market halted a 5 day slide the Dow the S&P and nez stack all advanced today with the S&P closing at the best level of the session. Equities bounce back at the end of a dizzying week as traders reduce their bets on a bigger Federal Reserve hike this month. New numbers out today on consumer sentiment from the University of Michigan, long-term inflation expectations declined in early July by more than forecast at the same time lower gasoline prices helped boost sentiment. Joanne Shue is director of surveys. Certainly, our consumers are talking a lot about the bad news that they hear on the news. And they're hearing a lot about recession risk. They're hearing about a lot of these things, and they're mentioning that those risks to us in the survey. Joanne Shue of the University of Michigan. Investors are continuing to keep an eye on the inverted yield curve amid questions about just what it pretends for the economy. Randy krasner is a former fed governor, now an economics professor at the University of Chicago booth school of business. Well, you always have to take yield curve inversion with a grain of salt, but the joke among economists is that heel curve inversion predicts ten of the last 5 recessions. So it inverts and it doesn't necessarily mean that there will be a recession. It does typically proceed a recession, but it sometimes in birds when we don't, we don't have one. Former fed governor Randy krasner for the week, the S&P 500 Index was down 9 tenths of 1%. The Dow this week down two tenths of 1% nez stack on the week down 1.6%. Today, stocks rallied S&P up 72 up 1.9%, the Dow up 658 points up 2.1%, NASDAQ up 201, up 1.8%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie pellet. This is Bloomberg. Bloomberg wealth is brought to you by Meryl, a Bank of America company, visit Bank of America dot com slash marrow advice. Merrill Lynch pierce fenner and Smith incorporated registered broker dealer, registered investment adviser, member SIPC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of America

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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"New details about Harris case, but does give more insight into the emotional difficulties described by his accusers. The twins say on the show that Harris also began messaging Charlie and he asked them for naked photos and videos. Their mom describes finding Harris messages in the archives of her son's SnapChat account. Some examples are also provided in the USA Today article that broke the story. Charlie also describes Harris cornering him in a bathroom at a cheer competition and begging him to have sex. Charlie says he ran out of the bathroom in disgust. A painful response from the cheer community. Throughout cheer, there is an overwhelming sense that these cheerleaders love and care about each other deeply. If for no other reason than the amount of time they spend with each other and the level of trust needed to flip into each other's arms. But Sam and Charlie describe feeling ostracized from the cheer community after coming forward with their allegations. Other cheerleaders they say were mad at them because everyone loved Jerry Harris. After me and Sam spoke out pretty much all sense of community was ripped away from me and Sam, says Charlie in the documentary, it was just terrible. Other people involved with Harris case appear in the episode, including Sarah Klein, an attorney for the twins. She is the earliest known victim of abuse by former U.S. gymnastics physician Larry Nassar. There is also background information from USA Today journalists, Marissa, Kowski, and Trisha el Nadal, who broke the story about Harris and conducted a longer investigation into sexual misconduct within the cheer world. Harris remains in custody at the metropolitan correctional center in Chicago, where he has been since September 2020 as he awaits trial. If convicted, he faces a minimum sentence of 15 years. Tell your plastic containers to take the night off. That their services won't be needed because they won't be any leftovers in sight, and they can thank ragu for that. It's the sauce that helps you cook up a crowd pleaser. The sauce that makes them kick each other under the table over the last helping. The sauce that started in an Italian mother's kitchen. Cook with ragu sauce and cook like a mother..

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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Something completely new It's more of an increasing trend And practically speaking what this means is going toward that very quick coordination that's required when a ransomware attack happens So at the very outset when you're trying to gather information in fact whatever sector you're in should be aware of which agencies you should be reporting to if you meet that notification requirement So it's important to be aware of the notification requirement trigger and who your point of contact would be at that agency Okay let's say we have ten ransomware attacks How many of those ten are an employee clicking on an email or an attachment they shouldn't click on and how many are backend intrusions In practice I think it's actually very hard to tell because a lot of this relies on self reporting But from what we've seen a lot of the guidance coming out of cybersecurity firm and also from the government So for example scissors stop ransomware website provides guidance You'll see a combination of focus on some of those key steps and multifactor authentication patching systems but also employees clicking on phishing emails It depends on how you look at the numbers They can vary based on the size of your business and the industry that you're in However you look at it fishing still appears to be quite a significant percentage of the initial intrusion point As we look at 2022 have we learned from the lessons of the past or not I think we continue to see ransomware attacks are increasing but there's also an increased domestic and global effort to try to reduce this threat That includes global law enforcement coordination efforts to build stronger cyber resilience and also improved information sharing Veronica glick partner at Mary Brown and Washington D.C.'s office We appreciate you joining us today on Bloomberg law Thank you very much Coming up on Bloomberg law the historic metropolitan correctional center near Wall Street is locked up Will it ever be reopened I'm Joe shortly This is Bloomberg For those fortunate enough to help the person who has always been their hero find the care guides you need to help at AARP dot org slash caregiving Brought to you by AARP and the ad console The names that streaming on peacock is the girls trip of a lifetime Look at this water We're gonna give them something to talk about 7 iconic housewives four different cities Oh my God Vacation and Turks and Caicos The party now And there's no party like a housewives party I don't give a fuck You're not a girl's girl Why would you say that Find out what happens when the forecast brings sunshine and a whole lot of shader You are so self.

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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Weekend and a kennel owner gets just days in prison after a fire kills dozens of dogs WGN traffic looking at her expressways and tollways no accidents to report right now just watch out for road construction A recent University of Chicago graduate was shot and killed yesterday afternoon in an armed robbery in the 900 block of 54th place near the campus Neighbors spotted the man on the sidewalk and called 9-1-1 And it was a blast on was a 40 year car They weren't sure to make their model We had another call from a citizen of different phone numbers saying there's mail shop 5400 on Ellis Police said a 24 year old man was shot after a man got out of a car or SUV and demanded his property property then shot him in the chest The vehicle was less seen fleeing westbound on 54th place The Chicago police department is canceled regularly scheduled days off starting Friday and through the weekend while a memo to rank and file officers doesn't say why FOP president John Kent in Zürich says it's in anticipation of civil unrest if Kyle rittenhouse is acquitted He's now accusing the city of violating a mediation settlement by failing to provide notice to officers before canceling their days off Heather Mack will appear in a federal court in Chicago today She's been held at the metropolitan correctional center since returning from Bali to O'Hare airport last week Mac is accused of plotting the murder of her mother Sheila von weissach on U.S. soil She served 7 years in an Indonesian prison for that crime The judge could decide today to release mech pending a trial but experts say chances are slim because the charges carry a presumption of detention A suburban man was sentenced to 20 days in jail at most after 29 dogs died in a fire at his west Chicago kennel The judge also gave Garrett Mercado two years probation and 6 years of supervision and he can only have one dog during that time Naperville PD's animal control officer Shannon hedman I wish that he would be going to jail longer but I'm happy that the judge.

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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on The Audio Long Read

The Audio Long Read

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on The Audio Long Read

"The government denies these accusations. I had already told them the truth. And i did not go home. He said trial. That is when i started lying. Said he'd lied even after his arrest with his lawyer. A government prosecutor and law enforcement agents present. He lied that his father was involved with al qaeda and about the alleged transactions meetings between his father and members of al qaeda in august two thousand three czar was charged with providing material support to a terrorist organization and for his assistance to my gede con. Who the government said. Who's zanu was an al qaeda associate. He was held at the notoriously grim metropolitan correctional center in new york for two and a half years before his trial finally began for. Most of this time is says. He was placed in solitary confinement about one in ten guards. Treated as like human beings about one in ten hated us with a passion and terrorized as every opportunity. Who wrote in a chapter for hell is a very small place. A book about solitary confinement in autumn two thousand and three ouza was offered a plea deal five to eight years in jail. If he pleaded guilty he refused in december. Two thousand and three. He was put in an extreme form of solitary confinement special administrative measures. One recent report described these measures as the darkest corner of the us. Federal prison system combining the brutality and isolation of maximum security units with additional restrictions that deny individuals almost any connection to the human world. Who's ever felt. This was a to coerce him into taking the plea deal. His lawyers told him to take it his relatives who believed he was innocent. Agreed begging him to take the plea deal but desire was adamant basically he did is to harris at one relative who wished to remain anonymous referring to a religious practice where a person prays for guidance and the dicara did not say to take the plea deal which you know. We tried at best. The relative believes that the cruel treatment. Who's i was subjected to made it impossible for him to make rational decisions at his trial which finally began in november two thousand and five who says defense rested on the claim that a low he did try to help magid connell tain documents to allow him to enter the us he did not realize that khan was an al qaeda terrorist all that he was plotting an attack on the us on the twenty third of november two thousand and five zero was found guilty of providing material aid and financial support to al qaeda terrorists on the twentieth of july two thousand and six. He was sentenced to thirty years in prison..

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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"House. Frank was here in two folks associated with Branko joining us on the program today. One joined us earlier. His name is Scott Noakes. He lost both of his legs in Afghanistan, dysentery and, um and sepsis sudden. And because of Frank Siller, he moved into a beautiful smart home in December of 2019. Here is our second tunnel to towers guests today. Her name is Deena Parlow. Her husband, Christopher Paulo died a few years ago. He was he was 47 years old. He was a federal commissions. Excuse me, federal corrections senior officer specialist. Had a very interesting job. He actually had to transport the terrorists after 9 11. So here she is living in fairy in New Jersey with her two beautiful daughters, Giovanna and Josephine. It is Dino Parlow. Dino. Good morning. Welcome to the Bernie and sit in the morning show. Good morning. How are you guys? Very well. Thank you very much doing Well, Thank you. Dana. Listen, Corrections officers do not get the respect and recognition they deserve. They are law enforcement officers. They put their lives on the line daily. Just look at what's happening in Rikers Island. So your husband, he suddenly passes Dana you He's He was a federal corrections officer. As Sid mentioned, he passes, you're devastated. You have two daughters to support. And then a saint. I don't know where it contacts you tell us about that. Well, Yeah. When my husband died, actually in the line of duty, um, four years ago, Um and we were we were struggling, and I had somebody who had recommended that you know, we look into tunnel to Towers organization. They they had worked with them. And they had contacted me and said that they would, um, help help us out and help me be able to stay in the home that, you know, I was able to raise my Children with my husband. That is beautiful. That's Frank Siller. Once again. Yes, He's an amazing gentlemen. I had the opportunity to meet him a couple of weeks ago, and him and his whole family. They're just phenomenal and this organization is amazing. Take us back if you will, Dina, though, uh, to the 9 11. I know your husband Christopher, your late husband. God rest his soul. I read that he actually had to transport the suspected terrorists. In Manhattan Back on 9 11. He must have been a little freaked out. No. What was the experience he shared with you about that day. Well, Yeah, he was a lieutenant at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York. And at first they were in charge of making sure that the institution was safe and secure in the area around it, because, like everybody else down there, they had lost power or communications. All that other stuff. And then, as all the, UM federal agencies started rounding up these individuals they had to put together a task force that was responsible for the custody, safety and care of these individuals. And he was, you know, put into transport them if they had to go to court if they had hearings if they needed to be moved without the within the institution So, Yeah, he had He had somewhat experience because he had dealt with the terrorists that they had there for prior terrorist attacks. He he had dealt with the terrorists from the first World Trade Center attack and And from the U. S s Cole and stuff like that, So he had somewhat experience so but you know it was he just showed up. Did his job didn't think twice about it? Because that's the man. He was. You showed up to do what he wants to do. It is a stressful, really stressful and dangerous job. As I mentioned CEOs, corrections officers did he ever indicate to you, you know the stress the danger that he was in on a daily basis. Well, I mean, the stress levels always there, no matter whether you're dealing with high level, um and made like that, or just, you know, a regular ordinary inmate, So the stress level is always there. You don't know You don't know what they're thinking. They have 24 hours a day, seven days a week for their mind to spin. Dina Paulo is just another person. A lovely lady with two beautiful daughters who lost her husband that Frank Siller reached out and helped and once again tunnel to towers on a daily basis. Nobody does more for folks in this country. Then the charity. You know, Dina, it's almost obligatory on this day or tomorrow, especially to ask folks what they were doing where they were on that tragic morning. Uh, let's see your daughter Josephine was 19. Oh, your Children were born either one of them. So what we're doing that morning back on 9 11. I was also employed by the Federal Bureau of Prisons. I was a training out in Pennsylvania. We were on standby if they needed assistance with the crash site out in Pennsylvania. And then we had come home. We've ordered to come home and help with The the stuff at the institutions. Whether is MCC, New Yorker, MDC Brooklyn. We were there to help with the process and again the custody and the safety. And the security of the all the individuals that were picked up by the other law enforcement agencies and added security for both institutions. So So Dina Parlow, her husband was a federal CEO who passed away our condolences on his passing. By the way, Dina and Dina was recipient of a mortgage free house from tunnel to towers. Frank Siller, of course, being the uh, the chairman of the organization that charity, which is by far by by 10 Miles The best charity for first responders and wounded warriors out there anywhere bar. None. Uh, tunnel to towers Is the charity Dina, Have you been following Frank's walk from the Pentagon? You have. What do you think about that? I think it's amazing. You know he him and his organization and his family truly, you know, to never forget, and by just doing this and bringing attention to the fact that 20 years later this country starting to forget, but Those of us involved always vowed that we will never forget. And that I think it's amazing, and he's a phenomenal man to do that Take on. That's that's a lot of walking. He's a saint. He is a saint. So on the way out here, put a nice little bow on this conversation. Dina Paulo kind of in the way we started. Frank is still listening. Trust me. He listens all morning to Bernie and said, What is your message to Frank Siller? I just want to thank him. Stay strong. Keep doing what you're doing. And you help a lot of people. So we greatly greatly appreciate it. Dana. Thank you so much. Good luck to you and Giovanna and Josephine and the whole family. Enjoy your new house and keep listening to Bernie and said Thank you so much. Alright, Thanks. Have a great day, guys. Thank you. Deena Parlow. I joined the tunnel to Towers Foundation on its mission to do good. Donate $11 a month at t two t dot org That's t two t dot org.

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NYC's Metropolitan Correctional Center to Temporarily Close

Ric Edelman

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

NYC's Metropolitan Correctional Center to Temporarily Close

"The Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City will be closed. John Scott explains the facility where Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide will be closed, at least temporarily to address issues that have long plagued the facility, including lax security and crumbling infrastructure. The jail currently has 233 inmates, down from a normal population of 600, or more, most expected to be transferred to a federal jail in Brooklyn inmates have complained in recent Years that the jail was invested with mice, rats and Roaches and that multiple inmates were forced to share dirty sinks and

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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

11:46 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Scores of people were wounded. The militant group isis k which is an arch-rival of the taliban claimed responsibility president biden address. The nation thursday vowing to take revenge. We will respond with force precision at all time at the place. We choose the moment of our choosy. Evacuations from kabul's airport were halted after thursday's attack but later resumed the united states. Says it's helped over. A hundred thousand. People leave afghanistan since the taliban takeover august fourteenth after headlines will go to kabul afghanistan for the latest. The us supreme court struck down the bein. Administration's temporary moratorium on addictions during the pandemic and six to three ruling. The courts conservative majority ruled the centers for disease control exceeded. It's a thirty and that only congress had the power to order a pause evictions. The court's ruling puts an estimated three and a half million people at risk of addiction in the next two months in a dissenting opinions signed by justices sonya sotomayor and elena kagan justice steven brier wrote quote. These people may end up with relatives in shelters or seeking beds and other congregate facilities where the doubly contagious delta variant threatens to spread quickly. He wrote the united states recorded. Nearly one hundred ninety thousand new corona virus infections thursday over twelve hundred deaths in illinois democratic governor. Jay pritzker has reinstated an indoor mass mandate for all residents regardless of their vaccination status in texas republican governor. Greg abbott has signed an executive order banning all government mandates on cova nineteen vaccines even the pfizer. Biotech shot which was granted full. Fda approval this week governor abbots order came as texas hospitalizations approach their highest levels of the pandemic with half of all intensive care unit beds occupy kovic one thousand nine hundred patients. Meanwhile the centers for disease control is warning against use of the drug ivermectin to treat cova. Nineteen after the unproven treatment was widely promoted on fox. News prompting a surge of calls to poison control centers from people who've self administered. The drug ivermectin is most commonly used to treat parasites in horses and other large animals. There are no randomized control. Studies showing benefits covert patients. The arkansas medical board is investigating. One doctor who says he prescribed ivermectin thousands of times including two arkansas prisoners. Texas is house of representatives has advanced sweeping voter suppression legislation with the republican majority poised to approve the measure today. The legislation would put strict limits on early voting hours. Drive thru voting and empower partisan poll-watchers inside polling places. Something critics say would open the door to racist voter intimidation. texas democrats said during thursday's debate. The measures are designed to raise new barriers for voters of color. Who tend to vote democratic intentional discrimination against people of color. These are not my words. These are three federal courts across this country. Making ten findings of that intentional discrimination. Intentional discrimination against people of a certain race is that racism that is in hosa. Those words intentional. Discrimination i think can be fairly characterized in that manner. We can talk about racial impacts that this legislation without accusing members of his body being raised if the legislation is proved by texas house. Republicans is expected has to be reconciled with the senate. Bill texas governor greg. Abbott could sign the measure into law by early september. Israel says it would ease commercial access to the occupied gaza strip allowing imports of goods equipment and vehicles as well as granting more entry permits for certain gazans into israel the announcement came after fresh protests at the separation wall wednesday demanding into the israeli blockade israeli forces fired tear gas and live rounds and a crowd of hundreds injuring at least nine people. Israel's also continued to bomb the gaza strip and response to incendiary balloons. Launched from the besieged territory president biden's meeting with israeli prime minister. Enough tally bennett. For the first time today after postponing thursday meeting due to the attacks and afghanistan the heads of state will discuss iran's nuclear program president biden administration has been in talks about possibly reentering the iran nuclear deal which israel staunchly opposes in venezuela. At least twenty people are dead. Following heavy rainfall massive floods and mudslides in the western state of miranda over a dozen people are still missing and more than twelve hundred homes have been destroyed. Parts of northern colombia have also been hip catastrophic floods and heavy rains that turned roads into rivers international aid. Groups are warning more than twelve million people in iraq and syria losing access to water food and electricity due to climate crisis with urgent action needed to combat severe drought. This is in iraqi farmer. Five jomaa maija sheet. The my family. And i worked on this form my source of income and our livelihoods depend on because of the drought. We didn't get anything this year. And there's nothing i can do about. Meanwhile unicef warns that without immediate action over four million people in lebanon mostly already vulnerable families and children could soon face critical water shortages in california officials issued evacuation warnings around lake tahoe as the massive kaldor fire continues to spread thick smoke blanketed the usually idyllic tahoe basin as firefighters struggled to tame the devastating blaze which was just twelve percent contain thursday. The dixie fire the largest single wildfire in california's history remains around forty five percent contained. Tropical storm ida formed over the caribbean sea. Thursday with forecasters warning could strengthen to a powerful category. Three hurricane ahead of landfall late sunday or early monday on the us gulf coast louisiana's declared a state of emergency including for new orleans and warned residents to be prepared. Seven us capitol. Police officers are suing former. President trump members of far-right extremist groups and organizers of the so-called. Stop the steel rally over the deadly january sex direction. The officers are accusing trump and his far-right followers of spreading lies and using white supremacists rhetoric as they attempted to overthrow the results of the twenty twenty presidential election. A federal monitor overseeing new york city jails is sounding the alarm on the brutal conditions inside rikers island. A letter monitor said violence at rikers had skyrocketed the summer and warned of a high level of disorder and chaos as well as a shortage of staff and lack of basic services for incarcerated people including access to medical care. The letter also reported at least four suicide since december twenty twenty neglect during the cova. Nineteen pandemic an escalating use of force by officers in related news. The justice department has announced plans to shut down. New york's metropolitan correctional center the jail. Where convicted serial rapists. Jeffrey epstein was found dead in two thousand nineteen of an apparent suicide. The doj said the closure might be temporary while it addresses the squalid and dangerous conditions inside the jail. The ceo of times up resigned thursday amidst the ongoing fallout over. Its leader support for disgraced former new york governor andrew cuomo. The washington post reported this week. Tina chen texted staffers to quote. Stand down from releasing a statement in support of cuomo accuser. Lindsey boylan her. Resignation comes less than three weeks after prominent lawyer. Roberta kaplan resigned as the chair of times up over her role in advising cuomo and how to respond to the sexual harassment allegations. Time's up was founded in the wake of the harvey weinstein scandal to support survivors of sexual harassment. Assault and discrimination and congressman burrell. Hanamura's calling on president biden to pardon whistle blower daniel hale a former member of the. Us air force sentenced in july two forty five months in prison for leaking classified information exposing the us drone and targeted assassination program hale pleaded guilty in march two one count of violating the world war one era espionage act in a letter to biden. Omar writes quote. The legal question of mr hale's guilt is settled but the moral question remains open. She wrote i strongly believe that. A full pardon or at least a commutation of the sentence is warranted and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org the warren peace report. I made me goodman. We begin the show. Enough vanna stan. A warning to our audience segment contains graphic video. The death toll from the twin suicide bombings outside the kabul airport enough ghanistan has reached at least one hundred eight. The associated press reports at least ninety five. Afghans have died as well as thirteen. Us troops thursday was the deadliest day for us forces in afghanistan in a decade. The suicide bomber struck near the crowded gates of the airport were thousands of afghans had gathered an attempt to flee the country before the withdrawal of us troops august. Thirty first survivors described a horrific scene. Dear brother we were there. Some explosion climbed out of the water. And so that there were many affected explosion people grain scattered even better also foreign forces who are fallen. People started running away. This four hundred people there explosion. There's usually powerful half the hurled others on the ground outside stretchers in here come closer completely bloodied militant group. Isis k which is an arch enemy of the taliban claimed responsibility in an address to the united states. President pardoned defended his decision to abide by the trump administration's agreement with the taliban to withdraw. Us troops but he vowed to take revenge against the perpetrators of thursday's attack. Those who carried out this attack as well as anyone who wishes america. Harm no this. We will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay. How defend our interests and our people with every measure at my command. Evacuations from the airport were halted thursday after the attack but they've resumed though. Many european countries already ended flights out of kabul. The united states says it has now helped over one hundred thousand people leave afghanistan since august fourteenth. We go now to kabul where we're joined by ali latifi afghan journalists based in kabul correspondent for al jazeera english. Only thanks so much for joining us once again. Talk about what happened yesterday. And the isis claim of.

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"Of people were wounded. The militant group isis k which is an arch-rival of the taliban claimed responsibility president biden address. The nation thursday vowing to take revenge. We will respond with force precision at all time at the place. We choose the moment of our choosy. Evacuations from kabul's airport were halted after thursday's attack but later resumed the united states. Says it's helped over. A hundred thousand. People leave afghanistan since the taliban takeover august fourteenth after headlines will go to kabul afghanistan for the latest. The us supreme court struck down the bein. Administration's temporary moratorium on addictions during the pandemic and six to three ruling. The courts conservative majority ruled the centers for disease control exceeded. It's a thirty and that only congress had the power to order a pause evictions. The court's ruling puts an estimated three and a half million people at risk of addiction in the next two months in a dissenting opinions signed by justices sonya sotomayor and elena kagan justice steven brier wrote quote. These people may end up with relatives in shelters or seeking beds and other congregate facilities where the doubly contagious delta variant threatens to spread quickly. He wrote the united states recorded. Nearly one hundred ninety thousand new corona virus infections thursday over twelve hundred deaths in illinois democratic governor. Jay pritzker has reinstated an indoor mass mandate for all residents regardless of their vaccination status in texas republican governor. Greg abbott has signed an executive order banning all government mandates on cova nineteen vaccines even the pfizer. Biotech shot which was granted full. Fda approval this week governor abbots order came as texas hospitalizations approach their highest levels of the pandemic with half of all intensive care unit beds occupy kovic one thousand nine hundred patients. Meanwhile the centers for disease control is warning against use of the drug ivermectin to treat cova. Nineteen after the unproven treatment was widely promoted on fox. News prompting a surge of calls to poison control centers from people who've self administered. The drug ivermectin is most commonly used to treat parasites in horses and other large animals. There are no randomized control. Studies showing benefits covert patients. The arkansas medical board is investigating. One doctor who says he prescribed ivermectin thousands of times including two arkansas prisoners. Texas is house of representatives has advanced sweeping voter suppression legislation with the republican majority poised to approve the measure today. The legislation would put strict limits on early voting hours. Drive thru voting and empower partisan poll-watchers inside polling places. Something critics say would open the door to racist voter intimidation. texas democrats said during thursday's debate. The measures are designed to raise new barriers for voters of color. Who tend to vote democratic intentional discrimination against people of color. These are not my words. These are three federal courts across this country. Making ten findings of that intentional discrimination. Intentional discrimination against people of a certain race is that racism that is in hosa. Those words intentional. Discrimination i think can be fairly characterized in that manner. We can talk about racial impacts that this legislation without accusing members of his body being raised if the legislation is proved by texas house. Republicans is expected has to be reconciled with the senate. Bill texas governor greg. Abbott could sign the measure into law by early september. Israel says it would ease commercial access to the occupied gaza strip allowing imports of goods commitment and vehicles as well as granting more entry permits for certain gazans into israel the announcement came after fresh protests at the separation wall wednesday demanding into the israeli blockade israeli forces fired tear gas and live rounds and a crowd of hundreds injuring at least nine people. Israel's also continued to bomb the gaza strip and response to incendiary balloons. Launched from the besieged territory president biden's meeting with israeli prime minister. Enough tally bennett. For the first time today after postponing thursday meeting due to the attacks in afghanistan the heads of state will discuss iran's nuclear program president biden administration has been in talks about possibly reentering the iran nuclear deal which israel staunchly opposes in venezuela. At least twenty people are dead. Following heavy rainfall massive floods and mudslides in the western state of miranda over a dozen people are still missing and more than twelve hundred homes have been destroyed. Parts of northern colombia have also been hip catastrophic floods and heavy rains that turned roads into rivers international aid. Groups are warning more than twelve million people in iraq and syria losing access to water food and electricity due to climate crisis with urgent action needed to combat severe drought. This is in iraqi farmer. Five jomaa maija sheet. The my family. And i worked on this form my source of income and our livelihoods depend on because of the drought. We didn't get anything this year. And there's nothing i can do about. Meanwhile unicef warns that without immediate action over four million people in lebanon mostly already vulnerable families and children could soon face critical water shortages in california officials issued evacuation warnings around lake tahoe as the massive kaldor fire continues to spread thick smoke blanketed the usually idyllic tahoe basin as firefighters struggled to tame the devastating blaze which was just twelve percent contain thursday. The dixie fire the largest single wildfire in california's history remains around forty five percent contained. Tropical storm ida formed over the caribbean sea thursday with forecasters warning. It could strengthen to a powerful category. Three hurricane ahead of landfall late sunday or early monday on the us gulf coast louisiana's declared a state of emergency including for new orleans and warned residents to be prepared. Seven us capitol. Police officers are suing former. President trump members of far-right extremist groups and organizers of the so-called. Stop the steel rally. Over the deadly january sex insurrection direction. The officers are accusing trump and his far-right followers of spreading lies and using white supremacists rhetoric as they attempted to overthrow the results of the twenty twenty presidential election. A federal monitor overseeing new york city jails is sounding the alarm on the brutal conditions inside rikers island. A letter monitor said violence at rikers had skyrocketed the summer and warned of a high level of disorder and chaos as well as a shortage of staff and lack of basic services for incarcerated people including access to medical care. The letter also reported at least four suicide since december twenty twenty neglect during the cova. Nineteen pandemic an escalating use of force by officers in related news. The justice department has announced plans to shut down. New york's metropolitan correctional center the jail. Where convicted serial rapists. Jeffrey epstein was found dead in two thousand nineteen of an apparent suicide. The doj said the closure might be temporary while it addresses the squalid and dangerous conditions inside the jail. The ceo of times up resigned thursday amidst the ongoing fallout over. Its leader support for disgraced former new york governor andrew cuomo. The washington post reported this week. Tina chen texted staffers to quote. Stand down from releasing a statement in support of cuomo accuser. Lindsey boylan her. Resignation comes less than three weeks after prominent lawyer. Roberta kaplan resigned as the chair of times up over her role in advising cuomo and how to respond to the sexual harassment allegations. Time's up was founded in the wake of the harvey weinstein scandal to support survivors of sexual harassment. Assault and discrimination and congressman burrell. Hanamura's calling on president biden to pardon whistle blower daniel hale a former member of the. Us air force sentenced in july two forty five months in prison for leaking classified information exposing the us drone and targeted assassination program hale pleaded guilty in march two one count of violating the world war one era espionage act in a letter to biden. Omar writes quote. The legal question of mr hale's guilt is settled but the moral question remains open. She wrote i strongly believe that. A full pardon or at least a commutation of the sentence is warranted and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org the warren peace report. I made me goodman. We begin the show. Enough vanna stan. A warning to our audience segment contains graphic video. The death toll from the twin suicide bombings outside the kabul airport enough ghanistan has reached at least one hundred eight. The associated press reports at least ninety five. Afghans have died as well as thirteen. Us troops thursday was the deadliest day for us forces in afghanistan in a decade. The suicide bomber struck near the crowded gates of the airport were thousands of afghans had gathered an attempt to flee the country before the withdrawal of us troops august. Thirty first survivors described a horrific scene. Dear brother were some explosion climbed out of the water and so that there were many affected. The explosion people grain scattered even better also foreign forces. Who are fallen. People started running away. This four hundred people there explosion. There's usually powerful half the hurled others on the ground outside stretchers in here come closer completely bloodied militant group. Isis k which is an arch enemy of the taliban claimed responsibility in an address to the united states. President pardoned defended his decision to abide by the trump administration's agreement with the taliban to withdraw. Us troops but he vowed to take revenge against the perpetrators of thursday's attack. Those who carried out this attack as well as anyone who wishes america. Harm no this. We will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay. How defend our interests and our people with every measure. Mike command evacuations from the airport. Were halted thursday after the attack but they've resumed though. Many european countries already ended flights out of kabul. The united states says it has now helped over one hundred thousand people leave afghanistan since august fourteenth. We go now to kabul where we're joined by ali latifi afghan journalists based in kabul correspondent for al jazeera english. Only thanks so much for joining us once again. Talk about what happened yesterday. And the isis claim of.

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"Of people were wounded. The militant group isis k which is an arch-rival of the taliban claimed responsibility president biden address. The nation thursday vowing to take revenge. We will respond with force precision at all time at the place. We choose the moment of our choosy. Evacuations from kabul's airport were halted after thursday's attack but later resumed the united states. Says it's helped over. A hundred thousand. People leave afghanistan since the taliban takeover august fourteenth after headlines will go to kabul afghanistan for the latest. The us supreme court struck down the bein. Administration's temporary moratorium on addictions during the pandemic and six to three ruling. The courts conservative majority ruled the centers for disease control exceeded. It's a thirty and that only congress had the power to order a pause evictions. The court's ruling puts an estimated three and a half million people at risk of fiction in the next two months in a dissenting opinions signed by justices sonya sotomayor and elena kagan justice. Steven brier wrote quote. These people may end up with relatives in shelters or seeking beds and other congregate facilities where the doubly contagious delta variant threatens to spread quickly. He wrote the united states recorded. Nearly one hundred ninety thousand new corona virus infections thursday over twelve hundred deaths in illinois democratic governor. Jay pritzker has reinstated an indoor mass mandate for all residents regardless of their vaccination status in texas republican governor. Greg abbott has signed an executive order banning all government mandates on cova nineteen vaccines even the pfizer. Biotech shot which was granted full. Fda approval this week governor abbots order came as texas hospitalizations approach their highest levels of the pandemic with half of all intensive care unit beds occupy kovic one thousand nine hundred patients. Meanwhile the centers for disease control is warning against use of the drug ivermectin to treat cova. Nineteen after the unproven treatment was widely promoted on fox. News prompting a surge of calls to poison control centers from people who've self administered. The drug ivermectin is most commonly used to treat parasites in horses and other large animals. There are no randomized control. Studies showing benefits covert patients. The arkansas medical board is investigating. One doctor who says he prescribed ivermectin thousands of times including two arkansas prisoners. Texas is house of representatives has advanced sweeping voter suppression legislation with the republican majority poised to approve the measure today. The legislation would put strict limits and early voting hours drive thru voting and empower partisan poll-watchers inside polling places. Something critics say would open the door to racist voter intimidation. texas democrats said during thursday's debate. The measures are designed to raise new barriers for voters of color. Who tend to vote democratic intentional discrimination against people of color. These are not my words. These are three federal courts across this country. Making ten findings of that intentional discrimination. Intentional discrimination against people of a certain race is that racism that is in hosa. Those words intentional. Discrimination i think can be fairly characterized in that manner. We can talk about racial impacts that this legislation without accusing members of his body being raised if the legislation is proved by texas house. Republicans is expected has to be reconciled with the senate. Bill texas governor greg. Abbott could sign the measure into law by early september. Israel says it would ease commercial access to the occupied gaza strip allowing imports of goods equipment and vehicles as well as granting more entry permits for certain gazans into israel the announcement came after fresh protests at the separation wall wednesday demanding into the israeli blockade israeli forces fired tear gas and live rounds and a crowd of hundreds injuring at least nine people. Israel's also continued to bomb the gaza strip and response to incendiary balloons. Launched from the besieged territory president biden's meeting with israeli prime minister. Enough tally bennett. For the first time today after postponing thursday meeting due to the attacks in afghanistan the heads of state will discuss iran's nuclear program president biden administration has been in talks about possibly reentering the iran nuclear deal which israel staunchly opposes in venezuela. At least twenty people are dead. Following heavy rainfall massive floods and mudslides in the western state of miranda over a dozen people are still missing and more than twelve hundred homes have been destroyed. Parts of northern colombia have also been hip catastrophic floods and heavy rains that turned roads into rivers international aid. Groups are warning more than twelve million people in iraq and syria losing access to water food and electricity due to climate crisis with urgent action needed to combat severe drought. This is in iraqi farmer. Five jomaa maija sheet. The my family. And i worked on this form my source of income and our livelihoods depend on because of the drought. We didn't get anything this year. And there's nothing i can do about. Meanwhile unicef warns that without immediate action over four million people in lebanon mostly already vulnerable families and children could soon face critical water shortages in california officials issued evacuation warnings around lake tahoe as the massive kaldor fire continues to spread thick smoke blanketed the usually idyllic tahoe basin as firefighters struggled to tame the devastating blaze which was just twelve percent contain thursday. The dixie fire the largest single wildfire in california's history remains around forty five percent contained. Tropical storm ida formed over the caribbean sea. Thursday with forecasters warning could strengthen to a powerful category. Three hurricane ahead of landfall late sunday or early monday on the us gulf coast louisiana's declared a state of emergency including for new orleans and warned residents to be prepared. Seven us capitol. Police officers are suing former. President trump members of far-right extremist groups and organizers of the so-called. Stop the steel rally over the deadly january sex direction. The officers are accusing trump and his far-right followers of spreading lies and using white supremacists rhetoric as they attempted to overthrow the results of the twenty twenty presidential election. A federal monitor overseeing new york city jails is sounding the alarm on the brutal conditions inside rikers island. A letter monitor said violence at rikers had skyrocketed the summer and warned of a high level of disorder and chaos as well as a shortage of staff and lack of basic services for incarcerated people including access to medical care. The letter also reported at least four suicide since december twenty twenty neglect during the cova. Nineteen pandemic an escalating use of force by officers in related news. The justice department has announced plans to shut down. New york's metropolitan correctional center the jail. Where convicted serial rapists. Jeffrey epstein was found dead in two thousand nineteen of an apparent suicide. The doj said the closure might be temporary while it addresses the squalid and dangerous conditions inside the jail. The ceo of times up resigned thursday amidst the ongoing fallout over. Its leader support for disgraced former new york governor andrew cuomo. The washington post reported this week. Tina chen texted staffers to quote. Stand down from releasing a statement in support of cuomo accuser. Lindsey boylan her. Resignation comes less than three weeks after prominent lawyer. Roberta kaplan resigned as the chair of times up over her role in advising cuomo and how to respond to the sexual harassment allegations. Time's up was founded in the wake of the harvey weinstein scandal to support survivors of sexual harassment. Assault and discrimination and congressman burrell. Hanamura's calling on president biden to pardon whistle blower daniel hale a former member of the. Us air force sentenced in july two forty five months in prison for leaking classified information exposing the us drone and targeted assassination program hale pleaded guilty in march two one count of violating the world war one era espionage act in a letter to biden. Omar writes quote. The legal question of mr hale's guilt is settled but the moral question remains open. She wrote i strongly believe that. A full pardon or at least a commutation of the sentence is warranted and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org the warren peace report. I made me goodman. We begin the show. Enough vanna stan. Warning to our audience segment contains graphic video. The death toll from the twin suicide bombings outside the kabul airport enough ghanistan has reached at least one hundred eight. The associated press reports at least ninety five. Afghans have died as well as thirteen. Us troops thursday was the deadliest day for us forces in afghanistan in a decade. The suicide bomber struck near the crowded gates of the airport were thousands of afghans had gathered an attempt to flee the country before the withdrawal of us troops august. Thirty first survivors described a horrific scene way. Dear brother were some explosion climbed out of the water and so that there were many affected explosion people grain scattered done better also foreign forces who are fallen. People started running away. This four hundred people there explosion. There's usually powerful half the hurled others on the ground outside stretchers in here come closer completely bloodied militant group. Isis k which is an arch enemy of the taliban claimed responsibility in an address to the united states. President pardoned defended his decision to abide by the trump administration's agreement with the taliban to withdraw. Us troops but he vowed to take revenge against the perpetrators of thursday's attack. Those who carried out this attack as well as anyone who wishes america. Harm no this. We will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay. How defend our interests and our people with every measure at my command. Evacuations from the airport were halted thursday after the attack but they've resumed though. Many european countries already ended flights out of kabul. The united states says it has now helped over one hundred thousand people leave afghanistan since august fourteenth. We go now to kabul where we're joined by ali latifi afghan journalists based in kabul correspondent for al jazeera english. Only thanks so much for joining us once again. Talk about what happened yesterday. And the isis claim of.

president biden afghanistan kabul texas taliban sonya sotomayor Steven brier Jay pritzker centers for disease control Israel arkansas medical board Bill texas governor greg gaza strip biden administration united states Greg abbott elena kagan us supreme court jomaa maija tahoe basin
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11:46 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Scores of people were wounded. The militant group isis k which is an arch-rival of the taliban claimed responsibility president biden address. The nation thursday vowing to take revenge. We will respond with force precision at all time at the place. We choose the moment of our choosy. Evacuations from kabul's airport were halted after thursday's attack but later resumed the united states. Says it's helped over. A hundred thousand. People leave afghanistan since the taliban takeover august fourteenth after headlines will go to kabul afghanistan for the latest. The us supreme court struck down the bein. Administration's temporary moratorium on addictions during the pandemic and six to three ruling. The courts conservative majority ruled the centers for disease control exceeded. It's a thirty and that only congress had the power to order a pause evictions. The court's ruling puts an estimated three and a half million people at risk of addiction in the next two months in a dissenting opinions signed by justices sonya sotomayor and elena kagan justice steven brier wrote quote. These people may end up with relatives in shelters or seeking beds and other congregate facilities where the doubly contagious delta variant threatens to spread quickly. He wrote the united states recorded. Nearly one hundred ninety thousand new corona virus infections thursday over twelve hundred deaths in illinois democratic governor. Jay pritzker has reinstated an indoor mass mandate for all residents regardless of their vaccination status in texas republican governor. Greg abbott has signed an executive order banning all government mandates on cova nineteen vaccines even the pfizer. Biotech shot which was granted full. Fda approval this week governor abbots order came as texas hospitalizations approach their highest levels of the pandemic with half of all intensive care unit beds occupy kovic one thousand nine hundred patients. Meanwhile the centers for disease control is warning against use of the drug ivermectin to treat cova. Nineteen after the unproven treatment was widely promoted on fox. News prompting a surge of calls to poison control centers from people who've self administered. The drug ivermectin is most commonly used to treat parasites in horses and other large animals. There are no randomized control. Studies showing benefits covert patients. The arkansas medical board is investigating. One doctor who says he prescribed ivermectin thousands of times including two arkansas prisoners. Texas is house of representatives has advanced sweeping voter suppression legislation with the republican majority poised to approve the measure today. The legislation would put strict limits on early voting hours. Drive thru voting and empower partisan poll-watchers inside polling places. Something critics say would open the door to racist voter intimidation. texas democrats said during thursday's debate. The measures are designed to raise new barriers for voters of color. Who tend to vote democratic intentional discrimination against people of color. These are not my words. These are three federal courts across this country. Making ten findings of that intentional discrimination. Intentional discrimination against people of a certain race is that racism that is in hosa. Those words intentional. Discrimination i think can be fairly characterized in that manner. We can talk about racial impacts that this legislation without accusing members of his body being raised if the legislation is proved by texas house. Republicans is expected has to be reconciled with the senate. Bill texas governor greg. Abbott could sign the measure into law by early september. Israel says it would ease commercial access to the occupied gaza strip allowing imports of goods equipment and vehicles as well as granting more entry permits for certain gazans into israel the announcement came after fresh protests at the separation wall wednesday demanding into the israeli blockade israeli forces fired tear gas and live rounds and a crowd of hundreds injuring at least nine people. Israel's also continued to bomb the gaza strip and response to incendiary balloons. Launched from the besieged territory president biden's meeting with israeli prime minister. Enough tally bennett. For the first time today after postponing thursday meeting due to the attacks in afghanistan the heads of state will discuss iran's nuclear program president biden administration has been in talks about possibly reentering the iran nuclear deal which israel staunchly opposes in venezuela. At least twenty people are dead. Following heavy rainfall massive floods and mudslides in the western state of miranda over a dozen people are still missing and more than twelve hundred homes have been destroyed. Parts of northern colombia have also been hip catastrophic floods and heavy rains that turned roads into rivers international aid. Groups are warning more than twelve million people in iraq and syria losing access to water food and electricity due to climate crisis with urgent action needed to combat severe drought. This is in iraqi farmer. Five jomaa maija sheet. The my family. And i worked on this form my source of income and our livelihoods depend on because of the drought. We didn't get anything this year. And there's nothing i can do about. Meanwhile unicef warns that without immediate action over four million people in lebanon mostly already vulnerable families and children could soon face critical water shortages in california officials issued evacuation warnings around lake tahoe as the massive kaldor fire continues to spread thick smoke blanketed the usually idyllic tahoe basin as firefighters struggled to tame the devastating blaze which was just twelve percent contain thursday. The dixie fire the largest single wildfire in california's history remains around forty five percent contained. Tropical storm ida formed over the caribbean sea. Thursday with forecasters warning could strengthen to a powerful category. Three hurricane ahead of landfall late sunday or early monday on the us gulf coast louisiana's declared a state of emergency including for new orleans and warned residents to be prepared. Seven us capitol. Police officers are suing former. President trump members of far-right extremist groups and organizers of the so-called. Stop the steel rally over the deadly january sex direction. The officers are accusing trump and his far-right followers of spreading lies and using white supremacists rhetoric as they attempted to overthrow the results of the twenty twenty presidential election. A federal monitor overseeing new york city jails is sounding the alarm on the brutal conditions inside rikers island. A letter monitor said violence at rikers had skyrocketed the summer and warned of a high level of disorder and chaos as well as a shortage of staff and lack of basic services for incarcerated people including access to medical care. The letter also reported at least four suicide since december twenty twenty neglect during the cova. Nineteen pandemic an escalating use of force by officers in related news. The justice department has announced plans to shut down. New york's metropolitan correctional center the jail. Where convicted serial rapists. Jeffrey epstein was found dead in two thousand nineteen of an apparent suicide. The doj said the closure might be temporary while it addresses the squalid and dangerous conditions inside the jail. The ceo of times up resigned thursday amidst the ongoing fallout over. Its leader support for disgraced former new york governor andrew cuomo. The washington post reported this week. Tina chen texted staffers to quote. Stand down from releasing a statement in support of cuomo accuser. Lindsey boylan her. Resignation comes less than three weeks after prominent lawyer. Roberta kaplan resigned as the chair of times up over her role in advising cuomo and how to respond to the sexual harassment allegations. Time's up was founded in the wake of the harvey weinstein scandal to support survivors of sexual harassment. Assault and discrimination and congressman burrell. Hanamura's calling on president biden to pardon whistle blower daniel hale a former member of the. Us air force sentenced in july two forty five months in prison for leaking classified information exposing the us drone and targeted assassination program hale pleaded guilty in march two one count of violating the world war one era espionage act in a letter to biden. Omar writes quote. The legal question of mr hale's guilt is settled but the moral question remains open. She wrote i strongly believe that. A full pardon or at least a commutation of the sentence is warranted and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org the warren peace report. I made me goodman. We begin the show. Enough vanna stan. Warning to our audience segment contains graphic video. The death toll from the twin suicide bombings outside the kabul airport enough ghanistan has reached at least one hundred eight. The associated press reports at least ninety five. Afghans have died as well as thirteen. Us troops thursday was the deadliest day for us forces in afghanistan in a decade. The suicide bomber struck near the crowded gates of the airport were thousands of afghans had gathered an attempt to flee the country before the withdrawal of us troops august. Thirty first survivors described a horrific scene. Your brother we were there. Some explosion climbed out of the water. And so that there were many affected. The explosion people grain scattered even better also foreign forces. Who are fallen. People started running away. This four hundred people there explosion. There's usually powerful. Half the hurled the water others on the ground outside stretchers in here come closer completely bloodied militant group. Isis k which is an arch enemy of the taliban claimed responsibility in an address to the united states. President pardoned defended his decision to abide by the trump administration's agreement with the taliban to withdraw. Us troops but he vowed to take revenge against the perpetrators of thursday's attack. Those who carried out this attack as well as anyone who wishes america. Harm no this. We will not forgive. We will not forget the hunt you down and make you pay. How defend our interests and our people with every measure. Mike command evacuations from the airport. Were halted thursday after the attack but they've resumed though. Many european countries already ended flights out of kabul. The united states says it has now helped over one hundred thousand people leave afghanistan since august fourteenth. We go now to kabul where we're joined by ali latifi afghan journalists based in kabul correspondent for al jazeera english. Only thanks so much for joining us once again. Talk about what happened yesterday. And the isis claim of.

president biden afghanistan kabul texas taliban sonya sotomayor steven brier Jay pritzker centers for disease control israel arkansas medical board Bill texas governor greg gaza strip biden administration united states Greg abbott elena kagan us supreme court jomaa maija tahoe basin
"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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11:46 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Scores of people were wounded. The militant group isis k which is an arch-rival of the taliban claimed responsibility president biden address. The nation thursday vowing to take revenge. We will respond with force precision at all time at the place. We choose the moment of our choosy. Evacuations from kabul's airport were halted after thursday's attack but later resumed the united states. Says it's helped over. A hundred thousand. People leave afghanistan since the taliban takeover august fourteenth after headlines will go to kabul afghanistan for the latest. The us supreme court struck down the bein. Administration's temporary moratorium on addictions during the pandemic and six to three ruling. The courts conservative majority ruled the centers for disease control exceeded. It's a thirty and that only congress had the power to order a pause evictions. The court's ruling puts an estimated three and a half million people at risk of fiction in the next two months in a dissenting opinions signed by justices sonya sotomayor and elena kagan justice. Steven brier wrote quote. These people may end up with relatives in shelters or seeking beds and other congregate facilities where the doubly contagious delta variant threatens to spread quickly. He wrote the united states recorded. Nearly one hundred ninety thousand new corona virus infections thursday over twelve hundred deaths in illinois democratic governor. Jay pritzker has reinstated an indoor mass mandate for all residents regardless of their vaccination status in texas republican governor. Greg abbott has signed an executive order banning all government mandates on cova nineteen vaccines even the pfizer. Biotech shot which was granted full. Fda approval this week governor abbots order came as texas hospitalizations approach their highest levels of the pandemic with half of all intensive care unit beds occupy kovic one thousand nine hundred patients. Meanwhile the centers for disease control is warning against use of the drug ivermectin to treat cova. Nineteen after the unproven treatment was widely promoted on fox. News prompting a surge of calls to poison control centers from people who've self administered. The drug ivermectin is most commonly used to treat parasites in horses and other large animals. There are no randomized control. Studies showing benefits covert patients. The arkansas medical board is investigating. One doctor who says he prescribed ivermectin thousands of times including two arkansas prisoners. Texas is house of representatives has advanced sweeping voter suppression legislation with the republican majority poised to approve the measure today. The legislation would put strict limits on early voting hours. Drive thru voting and empower partisan poll-watchers inside polling places. Something critics say would open the door to racist voter intimidation. texas democrats said during thursday's debate. The measures are designed to raise new barriers for voters of color. Who tend to vote democratic intentional discrimination against people of color. These are not my words. These are three federal courts across this country. Making ten findings of that intentional discrimination. Intentional discrimination against people of a certain race is that racism that is in hosa. Those words intentional. Discrimination i think can be fairly characterized in that manner. We can talk about racial impacts that this legislation without accusing members of his body being raised if the legislation is proved by texas house. Republicans is expected has to be reconciled with the senate. Bill texas governor greg. Abbott could sign the measure into law by early september. Israel says it would ease commercial access to the occupied gaza strip allowing imports of goods equipment and vehicles as well as granting more entry permits for certain gazans into israel the announcement came after fresh protests at the separation wall wednesday demanding into the israeli blockade israeli forces fired tear gas and live rounds and a crowd of hundreds injuring at least nine people. Israel's also continued to bomb the gaza strip and response to incendiary balloons. Launched from the besieged territory president biden's meeting with israeli prime minister. Enough tally bennett. For the first time today after postponing thursday meeting due to the attacks in afghanistan the heads of state will discuss iran's nuclear program president biden administration has been in talks about possibly reentering the iran nuclear deal which israel staunchly opposes in venezuela. At least twenty people are dead. Following heavy rainfall massive floods and mudslides in the western state of miranda over a dozen people are still missing and more than twelve hundred homes have been destroyed. Parts of northern colombia have also been hip catastrophic floods and heavy rains that turned roads into rivers international aid. Groups are warning more than twelve million people in iraq and syria losing access to water food and electricity due to climate crisis with urgent action needed to combat severe drought. This is in iraqi farmer. Five jomaa maija sheet. The my family. And i worked on this farm source of income and our livelihoods depend on because of the drought. We didn't get anything this year. And there's nothing i can do about. Meanwhile unicef warns that without immediate action over four million people in lebanon mostly already vulnerable families and children could soon face critical water shortages in california officials issued evacuation warnings around lake tahoe as the massive kaldor fire continues to spread thick smoke blanketed the usually idyllic tahoe basin as firefighters struggled to tame the devastating blaze which was just twelve percent contain thursday. The dixie fire the largest single wildfire in california's history remains around forty five percent contained. Tropical storm ida formed over the caribbean sea. Thursday with forecasters warning could strengthen to a powerful category. Three hurricane ahead of landfall late sunday or early monday on the us gulf coast louisiana's declared a state of emergency including for new orleans and warned residents to be prepared. Seven us capitol. Police officers are suing former. President trump members of far-right extremist groups and organizers of the so-called. Stop the steel rally over the deadly january sex direction. The officers are accusing trump and his far-right followers of spreading lies and using white supremacists rhetoric as they attempted to overthrow the results of the twenty twenty presidential election. A federal monitor overseeing new york city jails is sounding the alarm on the brutal conditions inside rikers island. A letter monitor said violence at rikers had skyrocketed the summer and warned of a high level of disorder and chaos as well as a shortage of staff and lack of basic services for incarcerated people including access to medical care. The letter also reported at least four suicide since december twenty twenty neglect during the cova. Nineteen pandemic an escalating use of force by officers in related news. The justice department has announced plans to shut down. New york's metropolitan correctional center the jail. Where convicted serial rapists. Jeffrey epstein was found dead in two thousand nineteen of an apparent suicide. The doj said the closure might be temporary while it addresses the squalid and dangerous conditions inside the jail. The ceo of times up resigned thursday amidst the ongoing fallout over. Its leader support for disgraced former new york governor andrew cuomo. The washington post reported this week. Tina chen texted staffers to quote. Stand down from releasing a statement in support of cuomo accuser. Lindsey boylan her. Resignation comes less than three weeks after prominent lawyer. Roberta kaplan resigned as the chair of times up over her role in advising cuomo and how to respond to the sexual harassment allegations. Time's up was founded in the wake of the harvey weinstein scandal to support survivors of sexual harassment. Assault and discrimination and congressman burrell. Hanamura's calling on president biden to pardon whistle blower daniel hale a former member of the. Us air force sentenced in july two forty five months in prison for leaking classified information exposing the us drone and targeted assassination program hale pleaded guilty in march two one count of violating the world war one era espionage act in a letter to biden. Omar writes quote. The legal question of mr hale's guilt is settled but the moral question remains open. She wrote i strongly believe that. A full pardon or at least a combination of the sentence is warranted and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org the warren peace report. I made me goodman. We begin the show. Enough vanna stan. Warning to our audience the segment contains graphic video. The death toll from the twin suicide bombings outside the kabul airport enough ghanistan has reached at least one hundred eight. The associated press reports at least ninety five. Afghans have died as well as thirteen. Us troops thursday was the deadliest day for us forces in afghanistan in a decade. The suicide bomber struck near the crowded gates of the airport were thousands of afghans had gathered an attempt to flee the country before the withdrawal of us troops august. Thirty first survivors described a horrific scene. Dear brother we were there. Were some explosion climbed out of the water and so that there were many affected. The explosion people grain scattered done better also foreign forces who are fallen. People started running away this four hundred people there explosion. There's usually powerful. Half the hurled the water others on the ground outside stretchers in here come closer completely bloodied militant group. Isis k which is an arch enemy of the taliban claimed responsibility in an address to the united states. President pardoned defended his decision to abide by the trump administration's agreement with the taliban to withdraw. Us troops but he vowed to take revenge against the perpetrators of thursday's attack. Those who carried out this attack as well as anyone who wishes america. Harm no this. We will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay. How defend our interests and our people with every measure at my command. Evacuations from the airport were halted thursday after the attack but they've resumed though. Many european countries already ended flights out of kabul. The united states says it has now helped over one hundred thousand people leave afghanistan since august fourteenth. We go now to kabul where we're joined by. Ali latifi afghan journalists based in kabul correspondent for al jazeera english ali. Thanks so much for joining us once again. Talk about what happened yesterday. And the isis claim of.

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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Of people were wounded. The militant group isis k which is an arch-rival of the taliban claimed responsibility president biden address. The nation thursday vowing to take revenge. We will respond with force precision at all time at the place. We choose the moment of our choosy. Evacuations from kabul's airport were halted after thursday's attack but later resumed the united states. Says it's helped over. A hundred thousand. People leave afghanistan since the taliban takeover august fourteenth after headlines will go to kabul afghanistan for the latest. The us supreme court struck down the bein. Administration's temporary moratorium on a victims during the pandemic and six to three ruling. The courts conservative majority ruled the centers for disease control exceeded. It's a thirty and that only congress had the power to order a pause evictions. The court's ruling puts an estimated three and a half million people at risk of addiction in the next two months in a dissenting opinions signed by justices sonya sotomayor and elena kagan justice steven brier wrote quote. These people may end up with relatives in shelters or seeking beds and other congregate facilities where the doubly contagious delta variant threatens to spread quickly. He wrote the united states recorded. Nearly one hundred ninety thousand new corona virus infections thursday over twelve hundred deaths in illinois democratic governor. Jay pritzker has reinstated an indoor mass mandate for all residents regardless of their vaccination status in texas republican governor. Greg abbott has signed an executive order banning all government mandates on cova nineteen vaccines even the pfizer. Biotech shot which was granted full. Fda approval this week governor abbots order came as texas hospitalizations approach their highest levels of the pandemic with half of all intensive care unit beds occupy kovic one thousand nine hundred patients. Meanwhile the centers for disease control is warning against use of the drug ivermectin to treat cova. Nineteen after the unproven treatment was widely promoted on fox. News prompting a surge of calls to poison control centers from people who've self administered. The drug ivermectin is most commonly used to treat parasites in horses and other large animals. There are no randomized control. Studies showing benefits covert patients. The arkansas medical board is investigating. One doctor who says he prescribed ivermectin thousands of times including two arkansas prisoners. Texas is house of representatives has advanced sweeping voter suppression legislation with the republican majority poised to approve the measure today. The legislation would put strict limits on early voting hours. Drive thru voting and empower partisan poll-watchers inside polling places. Something critics say would open the door to racist voter intimidation. texas democrats said during thursday's debate. The measures are designed to raise new barriers for voters of color. Who tend to vote democratic intentional discrimination against people of color. These are not my words. These are three federal courts across this country. Making ten findings of that intentional discrimination. Intentional discrimination against people of a certain race is that racism that is in hosa. Those words intentional. Discrimination i think can be fairly characterized in that manner. We can talk about racial impacts that this legislation without accusing members of his body being raised if the legislation is proved by texas house. Republicans is expected has to be reconciled with the senate. Bill texas governor greg. Abbott could sign the measure into law by early september. Israel says it would ease commercial access to the occupied gaza strip allowing imports of goods equipment and vehicles as well as granting more entry permits for certain gazans into israel the announcement came after fresh protests at the separation wall wednesday demanding into the israeli blockade israeli forces fired tear gas and live rounds and a crowd of hundreds injuring at least nine people. Israel's also continued to bomb the gaza strip and response to incendiary balloons. Launched from the besieged territory president biden's meeting with israeli prime minister. Enough tally bennett. For the first time today after postponing thursday meeting due to the attacks in afghanistan the heads of state will discuss iran's nuclear program president biden administration has been in talks about possibly reentering the iran nuclear deal which israel staunchly opposes in venezuela. At least twenty people are dead. Following heavy rainfall massive floods and mudslides in the western state of miranda over a dozen people are still missing and more than twelve hundred homes have been destroyed. Parts of northern colombia have also been hip catastrophic floods and heavy rains that turned roads into rivers international aid. Groups are warning more than twelve million people in iraq and syria losing access to water food and electricity due to climate crisis with urgent action needed to combat severe drought. This is in iraqi farmer. Five jomaa maija sheet. The my family. And i worked on this form my source of income and our livelihoods depend on because of the drought. We didn't get anything this year. And there's nothing i can do about. Meanwhile unicef warns that without immediate action over four million people in lebanon mostly already vulnerable families and children could soon face critical water shortages in california officials issued evacuation warnings around lake tahoe as the massive kaldor fire continues to spread thick smoke blanketed the usually idyllic tahoe basin as firefighters struggled to tame the devastating blaze which was just twelve percent contain thursday. The dixie fire the largest single wildfire in california's history remains around forty five percent contained. Tropical storm ida formed over the caribbean sea. Thursday with forecasters warning could strengthen to a powerful category. Three hurricane ahead of landfall late sunday or early monday on the us gulf coast louisiana's declared a state of emergency including for new orleans and warned residents to be prepared. Seven us capitol. Police officers are suing former. President trump members of far-right extremist groups and organizers of the so-called. Stop the steel rally. Over the deadly january sex insurrection direction. The officers are accusing trump and his far-right followers of spreading lies and using white supremacists rhetoric as they attempted to overthrow the results of the twenty twenty presidential election. A federal monitor overseeing new york city jails is sounding the alarm on the brutal conditions inside rikers island. A letter monitor said violence at rikers had skyrocketed the summer and warned of a high level of disorder and chaos as well as a shortage of staff and lack of basic services for incarcerated people including access to medical care. The letter also reported at least four suicide since december twenty twenty neglect during the cova. Nineteen pandemic an escalating use of force by officers in related news. The justice department has announced plans to shut down. New york's metropolitan correctional center the jail. Where convicted serial rapists. Jeffrey epstein was found dead in two thousand nineteen of an apparent suicide. The doj said the closure might be temporary while it addresses the squalid and dangerous conditions inside the jail. The ceo of times up resigned thursday amidst the ongoing fallout over. Its leader support for disgraced former new york governor andrew cuomo. The washington post reported this week. Tina chen texted staffers to quote. Stand down from releasing a statement in support of cuomo accuser. Lindsey boylan her. Resignation comes less than three weeks after prominent lawyer. Berta kaplan resigned as the chair of times up over her role in advising cuomo and how to respond to the sexual harassment allegations. Time's up was founded in the wake of the harvey weinstein scandal to support survivors of sexual harassment. Assault and discrimination and congressman burrell. Hanamura's calling on president biden to pardon whistle blower daniel hale a former member of the. Us air force sentenced in july two forty five months in prison for leaking classified information exposing the us drone and targeted assassination program hale pleaded guilty in march two one count of violating the world war one era espionage act in a letter to biden. Omar writes quote. The legal question of mr hale's guilt is settled but the moral question remains open. She wrote i strongly believe that. A full pardon or at least a commutation of the sentence is warranted and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org the warren peace report. I made me goodman. We begin the showing afghanistan. a warning to our audience. Segment contains graphic video. The death toll from the twin suicide bombings outside the kabul airport. Enough ghanistan has reached at least one hundred eight. The associated press reports at least ninety five. Afghans have died as well as thirteen. Us troops thursday was the deadliest day for us forces in afghanistan in a decade. The suicide bomber struck near the crowded gates of the airport were thousands of afghans had gathered an attempt to flee the country before the withdrawal of us troops august. Thirty first survivors described a horrific scene. Your brother we were there. Some explosion climbed out of the water. And so that there were many affected explosion people grain scattered even better also foreign forces who are fallen. People started running away. This four hundred people there explosion. There's usually powerful. Half the hurled the water others on the ground outside stretchers in here come closer completely bloodied militant group. Isis k which is an arch enemy of the taliban claimed responsibility in an address to the united states. President pardoned defended his decision to abide by the trump administration's agreement with the taliban to withdraw. Us troops but he vowed to take revenge against the perpetrators of thursday's attack. Those who carried out this attack as well as anyone who wishes america. Harm no this. We will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay. How defend our interests and our people with every measure at my command. Evacuations from the airport were halted thursday after the attack but they've resumed though. Many european countries already ended flights out of kabul. The united states says it has now helped over one hundred thousand people leave afghanistan since august fourteenth. We go now to kabul where we're joined by ali latifi afghan journalists based in kabul correspondent for al jazeera english. Only thanks so much for joining us once again. Talk about what happened yesterday. And the isis claim of.

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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"It's always fascinating to see the creativity of the drug cartels that they employ in their attempts to smuggle drugs across the border, and they're making it so easy for him. Now. I guess they feel like they've kind of wasted those efforts. £1000 of meth were concealed inside. Watermelons. Could you imagine the effort? This must have taken the drug bust made last week at the Otay Mess, a port of entry after authorities staff to 47 year old Mexican national driving a truck with the trailer that was wrong. What's stopping a Mexican national because they violated his God given American rights as a Mexican citizen? Well, that's yes. That no, You're correct, Mr Johnson. That's how it works. Now. A C B P K 19. Him sniffed out the math. They sic the dog on him. Torture that again Wrong. Why? As you guys remember dogs, air races. This is horrible. These people listened to our radio show. We've explained all of this dog's air. Racist. You can use dogs for anything anymore, eh? So the dogs sniffed out, the math officers found 193 containers of the drugs wrapped in plastic. Among the crates carrying the fruit. So authorities estimate the confiscated drugs. These numbers are always wrong. Okay? Were the drugs inside the watermelons? Or were they just inside the crate with the watermelon? It says they were in the water melons. They were in power concealed in inside the world. That's how they make it that I've heard both. Just in this short report. I've heard it put two ways now. Inside the watermelon and inside the crate with the watermelon. Yeah, you write in the report, it says among in in the watermelon. Why the way you have to admit, it's very clever. But these numbers they're never right. They say, $2.5 million worth of meth, which probably means it's like guy. I mean, I don't know how much mats worth but I'm sure they exaggerate the street value for the You know the excitement of the story. If if if the journalists aren't exaggerating, and that's certainly the drug authorities are come on, Kimmy, you know the street value of Ah, packet of meth of this size. How much is that? E. Don't okay. You don't I don't actually know, but I can remember years. Go a younger version of myself hearing about people getting busted for marijuana, and they tell us how much weed it was. And then they'd say it was worth $500,000. And I'd sit there doing the math in my head. You knew better think that couldn't be worth $500,000. What were you selling it by the gram or the truck driver was were arrested. They're facing federal charges being held at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in San Antonio. I'm sure there's a lawyer already working on their case because they have been mistreated by the United States. Oh, yeah, they're Kamala is probably already got a legal defense fund. Not that she's down there herself, but she'll send people she going to the border. No, but no, not today. Nothing? No, no, she's not know, but I think she is going to Central America for yeah, to do some business thing. Have you heard about that? She's gonna go down to Central America, she said. You know the problem. With the border. It's not the border itself. It starts further south, so she's going to go nip that in the bud right there, she said. What we need to do is go down there and give them money and fix those countries. First solution for a Democrat Well, We need to give somebody some money. Yep, That's give some more money away. That'll fix the problem. She would very much like to give them more money because she knows if she does, then you know, that's one more pet project that her donors could be that lobbyists can get involved in and Course Democrats love spending your money. That's your money, by the way, when they go down there and say they're going to revitalize the economy in Central America. They mean with your money? They're going to take your money. Well, you know, over here in Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, Arkansas, Oklahoma. Maybe. You know, maybe we could fix some roads or, you know, in the infrastructure. Remember the infrastructure bill? Barely because it just didn't do anything for infrastructure party went by that bugs me so much that never passed. Two Did it? Part of what bugs me so much about the infrastructure bill they kept discussing. Is, as they argue over what things unrelated infrastructure will or won't get put in the bill. You have to remember they're still bridges out there then that might fall apart. They're shaking and trembling. Every time a truck goes over them. The reason why most people don't have a problem with spending money on infrastructure is because that accounts for less than 1 to 2% of the federal budget every year and then the rest of that money goes towards things. That have nothing to do with streets and roads and walls and stone leaves this country. And you know what? I've noticed, Uh, the left loves to do lately they go, You know, education is infrastructure. You know, you know, they just redefining infrastructure That can't really pass the thing yet until they've redefined infrastructure for everybody And whatever they say it is, that's what it is. You know, gay rights are invents infrastructure. You know what else is infrastructure? A pipeline on wall? A wall is infrastructure Lot walls are literally infrastructure guys. Gay rights or not infrastructure. They built a wall around where they work, and they allowed a pipeline in Russia, but not for you know you talk about Fort Pelosi over there. That's the one. Yeah, if you had to Washington, D c. I guess they're finally taking down the fences after months and months and months. Because they've been working under the threat of violence all this time, Have they? Of course, they never worried even even the day when it was really bad, Super crazy. It's why Pelosi has. I mean, I know Elsie has PTSD. That's right from war. Yeah, she was a ghost. Now. I saw C E O C was murdered on January the sixth. No, No, that was a mim of her in a ghost. Costume. Billion, dammit! No, no, no, We don't mean I mean, I can't believe I was food. Yeah, No. Yes, I understand. You know, that's upsetting. We don't wish harm on anyone. Of course. By the way, I don't think they still hammering that interest in interest structure thing. Yes, they done with it yet. They just ain't decided would all counts. But the Republicans air pretending to put up a fight. You know, Billy, and I'm glad you're finally here this morning. Finally, we have good leads us back hand and slap upside. My No, I've just been so anxious to ask you a question. I'm glad. Well, you're finally learning how to speak English. Can you are you have you seen the Rages photos of the women in bikinis. Why, yes, I have as a matter fact that's why I was a little late coming in here because I was in the other studio. I wanted to view this. What, not go out. There's a monitor in the other room. Of course, it's bigger. It's a bigger monitor. I wanted to view it well on a better monitor, but without any influence from you guys being in the room with me. All right, So the mayor of Houston is very upset that a group of women in bikinis Were photographed on a fire truck. And he wants to punish the brave men and women of this city who literally put their life on the line for less than what he pays his intern, and I'm curious era. Do you agree with the mayor? Or do you? Have I ever agreed with slag on anything I can't think..

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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Morning in the 300 block of North First Avenue that all victims are adults, five male, five female. They say there's no active threat at the scene. That order's been restored, and authorities have not provided details on suspects or motives. The Minnesota Attorney general's office will lead the prosecution of the former comp accused of killing Dante right. Lisa Taylor with the details. G. Keith Ellison made the announcement in the case where ex cop Kim Potter is charged with second degree manslaughter. Right, died in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center last month after body camera video showed Potter who is white shot and killed right who is black. During a traffic stop when he re entered his vehicle, attempting to break free from officers. Potter's former chief said she meant to use her Taser but grabbed her gun. Instead. Potter resigned from the force after the incidents. I'm Lisa Taylor. China is now the second country to drive a rover on Mars. China's state media says there's a wrong rover left its landing platform today and drove on the Martian surface. The solar powered rover landed on Mars last week on a three month mission to search for signs of ancient life on the planet. US has landed five Rovers on Mars President Biden says there's been no shift in the U. S policy towards Israel by none Friday, was asked about shifting attitudes towards Israel within the Democratic Party. And he said there will be no peace in the Middle East until Israel's neighbors acknowledge their right to exist. The first Smoky Mountain Bigfoot festival is today in Tennessee. Festivals geared to the firm believer in the existence, Woodland apes and to those more skeptical that festival kicks off today in towns in Tennessee with the five K run. I'm Dean. You tell Sentencing is next for former Pittsburgh Pirates star who was convicted of sexually assaulting a young teen girl. A jury found Felipe a advance kid's guilty on 15 counts Thursday, including statutory sexual assault. Westmoreland County jury's decision comes after a testimony a day with the prosecutors argued the former player took advantage of the minor. The defense argued the girl had lied about her age who was 13 at the time. Ask is was 26 sentencing will likely take place is summer. Spain isn't waiting for the European Union opened its borders has fully vaccinated Americans will be allowed into the country this summer. Mean, announced it would be welcoming back tourist on June 7th unvaccinated Children will be allowed into the country as long as they are traveling with vaccinated adults. However, kids six and up will be required to show proof of a negative covert tests before entering And Amazon construction site in Windsor, Connecticut, has been shut down after another news was found on the property. Sarah Bartlett has more details. This is the seventh news found at the site since the first one was reported about a month ago. Workers there are understandably upset would like to say to the person that's doing it. Could you please stop and grew a conscience? And think about all the people. All work has been stopped at the property until a security plan can be put into place. A hedge fund will become the second largest newspaper owner in the U. S. That's after all, then global capitals. The old to buy newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune, was approved by shareholders of Tribune Publishing. Valued at $633 Million. Among the newspapers being added to their portfolio include the Baltimore Sun Orlando Sentinel in New York. Daily News. It was on this day 1997 you to shut down stretches of downtown Kansas City freeways to shoot the video. Do you feel loved? Causing traffic problems in the city. I'm Dean Mutual And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room of volatile week for Big Quien, the latest low coming when China's State Council reiterated its called to stop Bitcoin mining and trading Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers says crypto currencies could stay a feature of global markets as something sort of akin to digital gold. Even if their importance in economies will remain limited. I think that crypto has a chance Of becoming an agreed form that people who are looking for safety hold wealth in so my guess is that crypto is here to stay. I'm probably here to stay is a kind of digital goal. Summers was interviewed on Bloomberg Wall Street Week with David Westin, the to Bureau of Prisons Workers tasked with guarding convicted sex offender and financier Jeffrey Epstein. The night he killed himself in the Metropolitan Correctional Center have admitted they falsified records, but they won't serve any time behind bars under a deal with federal prosecutors. Prison workers. Tova Noel and Michael Thomas were accused of sleeping and browsing the Internet. Instead of monitoring Epstein the night he took his own life in August, 2019. Well, Broadway has something to celebrate. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Starting next week, the shuttered venue operators Grant program, which is part of the economic aid for businesses will distribute more than $16 billion to theaters and live performance venues across the country. Broadway theaters are going to use that money to help them reopen and welcome back audiences in September. And according to the Broadway League, there have been more than 12,000 applicants for the grants. New York one says there will be 19 shows to start with the eventual return of 40 shows to these Pellegrini Bloomberg radio. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Business Week inside from the reporters and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine, plus global business, finance and tech news as it.

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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"His home in Jefferson Park. Neighbor, Mark Belic tells WGN lines was a neighbor and an outspoken loyalist of President Trump. I don't think everything is for the extreme, put their opinion across. To be honest with you. It's terrible what they did. Lyons is being held to the Metropolitan Correctional Center. President Trump has not addressed being impeached for the second time in his presidency. In a video released after the House vote, the president called for peace and said no American should resort to political violence. He's the only president in American history to be impeached twice the House charged him with inciting last week's violent outbreak at the U. S. Capitol. Federal safety officials have unveiled stricter enforcement against passengers who don't seem to know how to behave when they're on an airplane. Citing confrontations with rioters from Washington, the Federal Aviation Administration says there's been a quote disturbing increase in incidents where airline passengers have disrupted flights with threatening or violent behavior. This includes confrontations over facemask rules and from recent violence at the U. S. Capital so, the agency says it will no longer give initial warnings to unruly passengers. It will immediately launch enforcement action penalties can include fines up to $35,000 and jail terms for threats or assaults. The flight attendants union says it's applauding this new policy of first strike. You're out. Jackie Quinn Washington With a week to go before Inauguration Day, the Secret Service is dealing with plans. The Big day WGN's Gaynor Hall reports. Others are trying to discourage folk from coming to Washington. Airbnb announced its canceling reservations in the D C metro area and DC's mayor is urging people to stay away. We have asked Americans not to come to the Washington D C event, but instead to participate Virtually and in a bulletin, intelligence officials warned that last week's attack could motivate extremists and service a significant driver of violence. Now, WGN sports down the baby. The Hawks last night in Tampa, 51. They'll play again in Tampa Friday night. Chris Boden pregame at 5 36. O'clock face off John Waterman Troy Murray here on WGN. WGN radio com Ohio State 81 71 over northwestern Virginia over Notre Dame.

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"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"metropolitan correctional center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Sibley Boulevard. Roadwork on the entrance ramp from westbound Sibley that is closed until 7 A.m. car jackings were up more than double from this time last year. There were four in the city Tuesday night. Three Wednesday night. Chicago police chief of detectives Brendan Dina Hand says the motive typically the commission of another crime Involving a gun or a joy ride, he says. In some cases, it's for illegal resale out of state or overseas. It appears that there are many juvenile offenders who are constantly going out and doing this, and we're doing our best to work with the juvenile justice system. Even through all the reform that is going on to try to hold these offenders accountable and, more importantly, change their behavior. Dean and says. In most cases the suspects are after large SUVs. But the make and model generally appears random. Here. It is you to be extremely vigilant when bringing a vehicle to a full stop like a red light or a gas station, grocery store or even when dropping off your kids a day school Man from the Northwest side is accused in last week's insurrection of the capital. He will stay behind bars overnight of Metropolitan Correctional Center. FBI agents arrested 41 40 year old Kevin Lyons yesterday at his home in Jefferson Park. He's charged with violent entry, disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Here's WGN's Patrick Elwood in the complaint Lions posted on social media. I'm map from his Northside, home to the nation's capital, saying, quote. I refused to tell my Children that I sat back and did nothing. I am heading to D. C. To stop the steel quote lines. Neighbors tell w G and he was an outspoken loyalist of President Trump. They believe the U. S government was abusing Americans. Congressman Mike Quigley, who voted yes. On impeaching President Trump yesterday, says it was necessary believe this president is still a clear and present. Threat who doesn't believe that if he told the malicious to stand down Bella of people would be safer who would who believes that if he told them and said, I lost this election Joe Biden is next president that we would need safer he refuses to do that. You have annoyed, has a new House speaker for the first time In decades, lawmakers in Springfield elected representative Emanuel Chris Welch to replace Mike Madigan. Wells becomes the first African American in Illinois history to be the speaker of the house. I want to thank my colleagues for the trust. They put in me here today to lead our Democratic caucus and to lead this entire Democratic House of Representatives. Tire representative body with Democrats and Republic. Madigan, in a statement said it was time for new leadership and wished all the best to Welsh and historic moment in Illinois politics. Seventh Illinois district wealth by the way, shared his message of unity representative Jim Durkin, who leads the Republicans. Had some congratulatory words are Very passionate. About our positions. And that will continue. I'm extending the olive branch of cooperation. Starting today. Well, just been in the house for eight years. You know that I lawmakers approved an expensive criminal justice and police reform bill. It sets statewide standards on the use of force. Making sure suspects in custody get three phone calls, ending cash bail facing in a body camera mandate for police departments. Representative Patrick Wind, Horse of Metropolis voted no early nineties to 2014 and 15. We have seen massive decreases in crime throughout our state and country. A massive overhaul of the criminal justice system, I believe will lead to increases in crime and an undoing of the things that have occurred over that 20 to 25 year period of time that it resulted in a safer society. Federal authorities have asked test that recall thousands of its older models. Nexus has problems with the touch screens of more than 158,000 vehicles could raise the crash risk. The cars include Model s sedans and Model X SUV's made before 2019. WGN Sports Tampa Baby The Hawks last night 5 to 1. The Hawks are in Tampa Bay Friday night Pregame of Chris Bone at 5 36. O'clock Face off John Weidman and Troy Murray. Ohio State beat Northwestern 81 71 College Hoops. Virginia be Notre Dame 80 68. Here's your forecast. A storm approaches this Thursday. It'll bring rain showers during the afternoon, which change to snow. By nightfall, the high temperature climbs a 41 degrees on Friday. Snow showers will be possible to be windy and colder. The high temperature 34 35 on Saturday mostly cloudy flurries possible a few lingering snow showers on Sunday. Sunday's high temperature 31 WGN meteorologist. Dimitrius Ivory right now. 37 degrees at O'Hare 38 Ad Men Way It's 37, Valparaiso, 35, Waukegan and 38 at the lakefront. I'm David Jennings on Chicago's very own 7 20, WGN. And I'm really James. Another good time, our talking about nothing in the news, but anything else that's on your mind on WGN radio. Does anybody want breakfast? Guys. Let's go. I'm later for McDonald's in.

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‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris hit with 7 new child sex charges

WGN Programming

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris hit with 7 new child sex charges

"Netflix docuseries called cheer Jerry Harris faces new child porn and sex crime charges. W. Chan's Brana Te multi has details from the indictment just released today. Seven new cans of alleged child sexual exploitation and abuse involving four victims across three states, Illinois, Texas and Florida. The new charges alleged sex with minors, enticing minors to produce section explicit videos transmitting and receiving child porn online. And traveling with a minor across state lines with the intention of engaging in sexual activities. This was initially charged earlier this year accused of soliciting sexual explicit videos and pictures from 20 teenage boys. He's being held in the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Chicago, WGN

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Kelly's lawyers want to question gang member in cell attack

Matt Bubala

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Kelly's lawyers want to question gang member in cell attack

"Attorneys for R. Kelly want to question a convicted member of the Latin Kings gang who says he beat up the jailed R and B singer in a Chicago cell. The trading in reporting that Kelly's lawyers filed a motion yesterday in federal court to question Jeremiah Farmer under oath, farmers said in a court final ING this weekend and him in Indiana Daddy attack Kelly on August 26th in the Metropolitan Correctional Center. All of this to shed light on drawing doing by the government in his own criminal case.

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R. Kelly Moved To Solitary Confinement After Being Attacked By Fellow Inmate In Chicago Jail

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

R. Kelly Moved To Solitary Confinement After Being Attacked By Fellow Inmate In Chicago Jail

"R. Kelly is reportedly in solitary confinement after another inmate attacked him. We'll get more on that from WG ends, Pam Joe, lawyer for RMB performer, R. Kelly told the New York Post. He's isolated for his own protection after another inmate broke into his cell and beat him. Kelly is Currently being held without bond at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in downtown Chicago. The inmate was apparently upset over lockdowns caused every time protesters gather outside the jail in support of Kelly, His lawyer says Kelly suffered only minor injuries because guards intervened. Kelly is awaiting trial on child sex abuse

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R. Kelly seeks release from jail, cites coronavirus risk

Donna and Steve

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

R. Kelly seeks release from jail, cites coronavirus risk

"R. Kelly asked to be freed from a federal jail on Thursday citing coronavirus concerns as a reason for his release he currently awaits trial in a Chicago jail on child **** and other charges a court filing by his lawyer saying scant precautions to stem the spread of the virus behind bars put Kelly's life at risk the filing claims sanitizer and soap are scarce in the metropolitan correctional center where inmates are kept themselves with the cellmate making social distancing

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New York - Investigators Find Loaded Gun, Contraband In Housing Unit Of Manhattan Jail Where Jeffrey Epstein Died

WGN Nightside

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

New York - Investigators Find Loaded Gun, Contraband In Housing Unit Of Manhattan Jail Where Jeffrey Epstein Died

"Federal investigators found a loaded gun in the metropolitan correctional center in Manhattan same jail where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself last summer the federal bureau of prisons says it comes after a weeklong lockdown that turned up other contraband and led to a criminal probe into guard misconduct the hand gun was located by bureau of prisons officers inside housing unit at the jail where seven hundred inmates are

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Two jail guards for Jeffrey Epstein charged with cover-up in his suicide

America in the Morning

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Two jail guards for Jeffrey Epstein charged with cover-up in his suicide

"Two prison guards who allegedly fell asleep on duty the night that accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide in a jail cell were in federal court in New York yesterday as Steve casting down reports the pair were brought up on criminal charges federal grand jury indicted two corrections officers who worked in the special housing unit at the metropolitan correctional center where Jeffrey apps dean committed suicide in August the indictment says that Tober Noel and Michael Thomas did not check on apps the in another detainees as they were supposed to overnight and instead surf the web for sales on furniture and sports news the indictment says for two hour period the guards did not move while at their desks and they appear to have fallen asleep the pair pleaded not guilty to conspiracy and filing falsified records in federal court in Manhattan yesterday attorney Jason

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As Epstein died, guards allegedly shopped online and slept

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

As Epstein died, guards allegedly shopped online and slept

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting to jail guards who were on duty the night Jeffrey Epstein died have been charged with falsifying records to jail guards who were responsible for monitoring Jeffrey abstain the night he killed himself have been charged with falsifying prison records to conceal they were sleeping and browsing the internet while on duty Toba no well and Michael Thomas are charged in a grand jury indictment with neglecting their duties and fabricating log entries to make it appear they made checks every thirty minutes as required prosecutors say the guards failed to check on abstain for nearly eight hours abstain committed suicide last August at the metropolitan correctional center in New York he was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges

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Jeffrey Epstein jail guards charged with falsifying records

Roe Conn

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Jeffrey Epstein jail guards charged with falsifying records

"To jail guards responsible for monitoring Jeffrey Epstein the night he killed himself for charged today with falsifying prison records to conceal they were sleeping and browsing the internet while they were supposed to be keeping a close watch on prisoners the charges of the first in connection with the wealthy financiers death at the metropolitan correctional center in

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Jeffrey Epstein, Richard Gonzales And House Judiciary Committee discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Jeffrey Epstein, Richard Gonzales And House Judiciary Committee discussed on NPR News Now

"Justice is acknowledging that a psychologist working with federal detention center where disgraced financier jeffrey epstein was held old had approved his removal from a suicide watch list prior to his death. N._p._r.'s richard gonzales has more epstein was found unresponsive in his sill august tenth in the metropolitan correctional center in manhattan. A subsequent autopsy determined that he had hung himself in july had been found unconscious on the floor of his cell with marks works under snack and placed on suicide watch in a letter from the justice department to leaders of the house judiciary committee. The government says epstein had been removed from suicide. Watch after a psychologist determined that a suicide watch was no longer warranted. I've seen suicide prompted u._s. Attorney general william bar to reassign the facilities warden the other staff richard gonzales n._p._r. News

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After Epstein suicide, attorney general reassigns federal prisons chief

Curtis Sliwa

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

After Epstein suicide, attorney general reassigns federal prisons chief

"The acting bureau of prisons chief is out days after the jailhouse suicide of convicted pedophile filed Jeffrey Epstein Hugh her wits terminated after growing evidence that officials screwed up I've seen killed himself earlier this month at the metropolitan correctional center in Manhattan while waiting trial a new sex trafficking charges involving

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Jeffrey Epstein suicide casts spotlight on federal prison system riven by staff shortages, violence, sexual harassment

Dr. Drew

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Jeffrey Epstein suicide casts spotlight on federal prison system riven by staff shortages, violence, sexual harassment

"A fact in the meantime officials continue to investigate it seems apparent suicide at a federal prison in New York correspondent C. Kassebaum reports a picture is emerging of a facility with a list of problems the department of justice announced that the warden at the metropolitan correctional center was temporarily replaced and two corrections officers were placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the inspector general's investigation attorney Bruce Barkat represents a defendant who is housed in the same unit were Jeffrey Epstein apparently took his own life the inmates were subjected to are really horrific conditions inside that facility he called it the worst prison he's ever been in the lack of staffing in the lack of training and in some cases is the lack of overall concern is prevalent there the bureau of prisons did not respond to a request for comment Steve casting down

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Manhattan, Jeffrey And Metropolitan Correctional Center discussed on Bernie and Sid in the Morning

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Manhattan, Jeffrey And Metropolitan Correctional Center discussed on Bernie and Sid in the Morning

"Shake up at the metropolitan correctional facility in Manhattan following the apparent suicide of Jeffrey abstain at the facility as he awaited trial on sex trafficking charges corresponded to cast inbound has the latest the warden at the metropolitan correctional center was temporarily replaced in two corrections officers were placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the DOJ inspector general's investigation into abstains apparent suicide conditions and staff at the facility have long been criticized attorney Bruce Barkat represents a defendant being housed in the same unit were F. Steen was capped MCC is the worst detention facility to present I've ever been in and I've been practicing for thirty years he said it's plagued by under staffing poor management a rodent infestation bugs mold them what he said was near in humane treatment Steve casting down your guards allegedly falsified records showing that made rounds every thirty minutes when they did

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William Barr, New York And Metropolitan Correctional Center discussed on Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

02:35 min | 3 years ago

William Barr, New York And Metropolitan Correctional Center discussed on Glenn Beck

"I. F. Attorney General William Barr says they were serious irregularities at new York's metropolitan correctional center where Jeffrey Epstein was found unconscious and later died as a result of suicide in past imam is following the story and joins us live now with the latest morning Steve yeah they are devoted to focus now on operations at the metropolitan correctional center which is a high profile and highly secure building it's where they kept all chopper while he was on trial it's where they kept many high profile terrorist bandits while they were on trial in federal courts you're in New York the one most highly street buildings one of the most efficient building said that as a pertains to a housing injures defendants or those who really have to be protected from other effective site in the system but something went wrong in in the system and we heard from Attorney General William Barr yesterday that they found serious irregularities they are the president of the union that represents the corrections officers to work in this building said that you've been sounding the alarm for over here if that is the problem is chronic understaffed and because the government hiring freeze and they're they're down to seventy percent of the number of people they need to be calling staff that building according to the union he said that one of the guards working in the special housing unit where he was kept I've been on is the great day of mandated overtime because of the staff and shortage well besides the the thing that confuses me a little bit is that nobody can keep an eye on one guy twenty four seven every minute of the time I mean I what I heard was that they were supposed to check him like every fifteen minutes or something but that's still given plenty of time to hang himself yeah thirty minutes is all of the they're supposed to be checked that apparently after taking office watch and put into a regular cell in the special housing unit they're often not placed in with another inmate as well because the decreases the likelihood of them trying to harm themselves I have somebody else in that small room with them but for some reason and it may be a legitimate reason be a meet you with with one taken out of the cell on Friday we don't know why and we may not know why for awhile because officials at the federal agency they rarely hawking give any details while investigation is ongoing and we have two investigations at least the FBI and the inspector general of the department of justice so it's likely that we won't hear anything on the record especially from any authority to the federal government for a while all right Steve Kassebaum live this morning from New

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Investigations into Jeffrey Epstein's death continue

AM Tampa Bay

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Investigations into Jeffrey Epstein's death continue

"The bureau of prisons said sixty six year old Jeffrey Epstein was found unresponsive in his cell early Saturday staff in lower Manhattan at the metropolitan correctional center tried to revive him according to the Associated Press Attorney General William Barr said abstains death raises serious questions just two weeks ago web steam was found semi conscious on the floor of his jail cell there sources tell CBS news that following his apparent suicide attempt at Steen told authorities he feared powerful people might be trying to prevent him from cooperating with authorities small a lanky reporting the results of an autopsy last night have not been released some of abstains alleged victims feel that they have been robbed of justice the apparent suicide of the South Florida millionaire means many of his accusers who are as young as fourteen we'll never get to see him punished for his acts Miami Herald reporter Julie brown told CNN this weekend she's spoken to some of those victims and many of them are furious they also said there hoping to go after abstains associates in their pursuit of

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Jeffrey Epstein Dead: Accused Sex Trafficker Commits Suicide in Jail

Morning Edition

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Jeffrey Epstein Dead: Accused Sex Trafficker Commits Suicide in Jail

"The justice department's inspector general and the FBI are investigating the death of Jeffrey apps dean in a federal jail in lower Manhattan he died Saturday morning in apparent suicide and had been held at the metropolitan correctional center since early July on sex trafficking and other charges civil rights attorney Angelo offer says the next step is for investigators to question correction officers inside the jail anyone not follow a particular procedure or someone will be looking at is C. C. T. V. screen of him what can be very instructive is obviously the autopsy report my hope that gets me public the bureau of prisons declined to comment Attorney General William Barr said he was appalled to learn of Epstein's death according to a report in The New York Times Epstein had been taken off suicide

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Feds bring new sex-crime charges against singer R. Kelly

Chris Plante

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Feds bring new sex-crime charges against singer R. Kelly

"Chicago singer R. Kelly is locked up in Chicago's metropolitan correctional center after being hit with a new federal sex crimes indictment are John Dempsey with more fed say starting in nineteen ninety eight Kelly taped himself having sex with five minor girls then scheme to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to get the tapes back when he learned some of them were missing it also says he pressured witnesses to change their stories before his two thousand eight child porn trial that ended in acquittal it says Kelly and his entourage members with pick out women and girls at concerts and other venues once they were part of Kelly's life the feds say he set rules they had to follow including not leaving their rooms without Callie's permission calling the singer Daddy and now looking at other men John Dempsey W. L. S. A. M. A. ninety now Kelly is due in federal court on Tuesday these federal charges are on top of this state sex charges he's already

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Congo, Manhattan and Tom Lawrence Iv discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:58 sec | 4 years ago

Congo, Manhattan and Tom Lawrence Iv discussed on Red Eye Radio

"The nation's newest citizens sworn in waited this long because you know becoming states citizen is a privilege it's not just something somebody just get up in the morning does immigrant from the democratic republic of the congo faces criminal charges today following a four hour standoff with new york police on the base of the statue of liberty was charged with trespassing interference with national park regulations and disorderly conduct she's being held at the metropolitan correctional center in manhattan and is expected to be arraigned in the morning that report from wcbs tv's alley bowman several other immigration protesters arrested at the statue of liberty earlier in on independence day and that fourth of july did not bring temperature relief to most of the country it is more than normal summer on example now from correspondent joe rica donka rhode island at least forty people transported to a field hospital after they were overwhelmed by the high temperature during their annual parade emergency medical chief tom lawrence iv's we've a.

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