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"mexican marines" Discussed on WTVN
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"mexican marines" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Your property there where they burned shit and stuff. Fuck you. Fuck. You guys their property, yeah! You come near my house. I shoot you, too. I don't blame them. They're both lawyers by the way well. It's their home and home. That's their. Mother fuckers a very upscale, but it's also a gated community right? Yeah, so they got into the Game Karolyi. I mean I'd be right there with my. Talk! Here's a different end. If they start looting personal private, it's dangerous. What if you have your kids in there? I don't trust those good, and they throw Molotov cocktails bill. There's no there's no talking. I'm having my air fifteen. That's right and you pass my gate. You're getting lit the fuck up. That's how you have to do. Agree one hundred percent. What am I? GonNa wait for it to see if you guys are friendly, Fire Fuck Outta here Oh dude and guess what I'll pretty cool. About things imagine if you're doing that in Texas or other areas where people don't give a fuck I don't give a fuck coming miles larry sniper me. Let goes for you tried to set fire to my house you. Sure buns are trying with Shit. That's America right there, so. It's not about being race. America. They're not saying you can't just do that. To terrify got a bunch of people with. The one that they do but I'm sorry. Why did they go to their house? The lady do some the mayor of that town that the protesters wants to reside or read and. So they pass by this person's house. this one is about NBA possibly allowing players to replace their last name on their Jersey with a social message. That's fine. If you START NBA NFL back. I don't care. If you put big dicks across their faith, she gets count. Every guys will want to do with it man. Yeah, whatever you WANNA do. Just get it back. They could play naked if they want to. I'm sure more people would watch. 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And I think that's about it. Well I. know the kind of Jeep I want now. How about this one real quick, Oh dude Mexico City. This crazy. It's insane. How became out of fifty caliber rifle that came out of sniper rifles, guns grenades, all sorts of stuff. Are they building Gillam? NOPE, but to people in security. With, high-calibre weapons yeah. It is crazy. They're cannot imagine cartel yeah. What cartel? At least. At, least highly strong at least go and school. The Zeta they had help from Americans that we really fucked them up and dispatched him. Yeah, but so it's always now it's another group. Yeah, and they let them get out of hand and then the Americans companies like do all right well. The Mexican Marines are no joke either they've got. They've got all their stuff to. You? Now, Demi shot in the collarbone shoulder the knee. Socks. G THAN EVER That says years more energy than ever. Yeah, probably does. McKee was trying to assassinate top cops. In years long between. The government organized crime. If you're going to do that to the city's top cops, you declared war completely totally what they do though. Cartel has become public enemy number one. Attacked by as many as twenty eight gun mill, gunmen, sniper rifles, grenades were confiscated. Twenty arrested twelve suspects twelve, nineteen, not detained. Jesus Christ van. About, that guy's seasonal. Warren anybody. Yeah Mexico's just. Issues. They got their issues Yep. Not Good. DALLAS GETS WE'RE ALL BE. Addison July sixteen seventeen eighteen. Come see me I'm excited. Get your tickets. T FAT DOT COM Lake City wise guys July sixteenth through the eighteenth. Eighteenth I think boy by club rides sign up at boy right at gmail.com for all. Details Information Spokane Washington. July thirtieth August I. August I. Our second pick boy by club rides on a thick boy ride at gmail.com Irvine is end of August I. Don't know what it says do until we went on there. We've got to fix that. 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"mexican marines" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Two things to be very clear number one. We want as our principal objective, the peaceful transfer of power, but I will. Say get the president has said from the outset and nNcholas Maduro and those supporting him tickly, those who are not Venezuelan should know is all options are on the table. Now that has ticked off a lot of folks where he said that all options are on the table because many are taking that to be that we are looking at military intervention or sending in US troops in support of the overthrow of Maduro. And in support of the opposition leader in the president, which we we recognize being one Gwyther dull eight hundred eight zero one eight nine nine nine the nationwide number will grab your phone calls here in just a moment, the celebrity Schnitt Lewis, and again, I've talked about all of these individuals numerous times over the years, and frankly talk about. Vile. I just vile. Sean Penn is on the via list. These celebrities have been in. With these Venezuelan despots, and they're socialistic tendencies. I can't these are celebrities that have made a whole lot of money. As as capitalists. And of course, Sean Penn is on the list, Sean Penn wood wood fought over traumas, you know, the predecessor to Madero. And I remember when Chavis died of cancer. There was a statement from Sean Penn saying that poor people around the world lost the champion. Folks. Hey, Sean, Penn you more on you ignorance, Sean Penn people are eating out of the garbage. People are scrounging and foraging in the trash in trash cans and dumpsters. Have you seen the shelves in grocery stores? What shoot muck on wheel, Sean Penn? You know, before I continue my list, while we're while we're speaking about Sean Penn, I remembered piece that I read months ago regarding the L chop trial in New York and coming from a DA official regarding Sean Penn and remember, Sean Penn made that trip to Mexico and had that interview with El Chapo and got in the way of a military operation. I remember reading this piece. I remember as the New York Post, and I just had a quick little Google search, and I just I printed this back up, you know, because I knew I was going to be talking about Sean Penn is one of the celebrities that supported the Venezuelan despots and the socialism there and the the headline from the New York Post, and this is back in February. DA bigwig that's the Drug Enforcement Administration. DA bigwig who hunted El Chapo, he said, Sean Penn should be in jail. And just an excerpt from the story nearly escaped Justice. El Chapo, and it's all Sean Penn's, folks, because El Chapo, nearly got away, of course, L chop all the similar drug cartel. Oh, by the way, we just finished coast, Mexico and narcos Mexico is every bit as good as the original narcos seasons on net flicks phenomenal. I mean, those things are done just so well, the acting the septa everything every aspect of tog Raphy, everything is just enormous. So then you can see they're laying the roots for a series of Netflix, narcos, El Chapo, see, they're definitely heading into. There's going to be a whole season. I me at least on El Chapo, which they're building towards but going back to this New York Post article why Sean Penn ought to be in jail. On October second twenty fifteen Mexican marines were finally closing in on El Chapo. They had tracked them to a rugged hilltop compound in LA tuna, just as the order was about to be given to move in to take El Chapo. We're talking element of surprise here to people inexplicably arrived, Sean Penn and Kate del Castillo who was a Mexican actress who had praised the chapel online. They were there to speak with El Chapo Guzman about making a film about his life. And of course, Sean Penn had then subsequently published this piece this the softball interview in Rolling Stone magazine from the piece of New York Post fearing the actors will be caught in the crossfire commanders ordered the marines. The stand down the military waited for the celebrities to leave and instead of going in on fought chose to. Attack by helicopter. They lost the element of surprise, and El Chapo. Escaped again, all my God. If I could get by hands on Sean Penn, that's Jack Riley, former number two at the US Drug Enforcement Administration. At the DA. The people he put it risk because of that stunt he should be in jail. And this guy Jack Riley, former number two at the he pushed to have pen and del Castillo prosecuted for obstruction. But as boss, the DA and officials at the department of Justice declined to pursue the case, citing pens protection because in that particular case, he was acting as a quote, unquote, journalist, I before I hit your phone calls here. The other bone heads the other complete inventories when it comes to supporting Venezuelan despots and socialism, Sean Penn, obviously, we have director Oliver Stone who, you know, had called shove as a great hero. I mean, just lunacy. Michael Moore or Michael moron. Talk about an individual who, you know. Push. And fauns and drooled over these socialists the concepts. Meanwhile, he's worth upwards of fifty million dollars is he distributing that wealth anywhere. Hey, how about Beykal more? So he has been a Namur as well with with Ugo traumas and the Venezuelan socialism. I he in the past. You've had Michael Moore supporting the socialistic policies in Venezuela. And you know, Michael Moore, even mental traumas back in two thousand nine and I this was a famous quote for Michael Moore. And when he met charges. Michael Moore said that he was quote, happy to finally meet somebody. Who Bush hated more than him? Danny Glover's on the list. Don't get me started on Danny Glover. What what what a punk? And then rounding this out grab your phone calls here. Number five on the list of American Americans who've loved socialism and and despots in Venezuela. Harry Belafonte, which I don't even know if he's conscious today, he's like ninety two years old, but Bellefonte, you know. Call George W Bush, the greatest terrorist of the world equated US actions to nine eleven terrorist. I, you know, so that that's the list of imbeciles who have supported. These these tyrants and the decline essentially of Venezuela. Let's grab some calls. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide number here on let's start with George in mount Vernon Illinois, Georgia I up today on snick. Welcome. Thank you, Mr Schmitt. Go ahead. For you. Why is anybody listening to these retards that are? Entertainers? They have no business being in world. Holiday. Well, listen, I've been chastising these dopes for years, and I just went through a list of five that I've talked about continuously over the years. We shouldn't listen to them especially since a lot of times their hypocrisy is glaring. What else George it's almost like we're seeing to someone who believes everything on the internet. A lot of garbage on the internet, George anything else. Yes. Venezuela. Why don't we just take it over and treat them as a state United States and give them what? Alaska has they have the oil given the oil give the people the oil, and then they get. What's her? So then they'd get rebate. Checks like Alaskans. All get money back for the sale of the oil reserves doors. Thanks for the call. Let's grab Mark in Fresno, California. Hello, mark. You're on Schmidt. Hi, I wanna thank you for speaking about Venezuela. And I wanna thank Newsmax for quitting. Putting this on the news. But on bullpen Mondo, doctor and Venezuela who have business in our hemisphere, no business, and and they're trying to make it their business with Russia and China we're talking about president fee. We're talking about Ladimir Putin. The Iranians have had advisors in Venezuela. They're all champing at the bit to get a piece of Venezuela in our hemisphere, and that is a grave danger a threat to the United States, and for that reason alone it has to be stopped. Yeah, we have to we have to stand up or the rights of those of those people I was in the army and seventy four seventy six and the public health unit, and I got to go on the mall, that'd be wary. Seventy six for that eight point zero earthquake my unit provided water for the entire country. Most people make twenty dollars a year. Twenty bucks year. And that's what they get today. So we need to help these people get free, and I wanna thank you very much for giving a true. Thank you. Well, listen, the bottom line is we to give the opposition all the support we can because the country has fallen into ruins like I said people are eating out of the trash. It has collapsed economically. I can't believe that they can't overthrow Madero. I can't believe that military leaders across the board wouldn't want to see a better Venezuela, and it's not gonna be with Nikolas Maduro and the best shot. They have is with one g- Widodo right back to the Schnitt lines next back in a minute. This..
"mexican marines" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"There had been a case of. Twelve Mexican marines wounded in shootout in the nearby area. This is like a couple of weeks ago where this March twenty six two thousand eighteen from the Associated Press a Mexican marine enforce suspected gunman were killed during a coordinated series of ambushes against marine patrols in northern Mexico. Border city of authorities reported on Sunday. So Lauren shows goes down there, and he is told by the border patrol put on his flak jacket because we just don't know what we're going to encounter out there. So what does he do naturally? Fresh-faced Alexander Okaz Cortez, very fresh very face. She tweeted out does live from the border mean party city. Fox's really out here doing the most on a budget to make the border to look more dangerous than it is. And then she tweeted the laughing crying emoji as the border is not a dangerous place. We'll Lawrence Jones responded. He said. Yeah, it is. And there's a reason I am wearing this bulletproof vest the border patrol as the standing right here. Keeping us safe told me to put it on the keep a safe here. What people don't understand is that we control this out of the border, but the cartel controls. The other side of. The the border. So there's been gun fight. I'm going in danger with these border patrol agents to report on this story, if the public doesn't know that over the last two and a half years there has been uptick over two hundred percent violence against these agents. And so in order to do my job into border agents to do their job I had to come with this vest that they supplied. Okay. This is obviously true. I've talked to people who are serving down at the border. What they've told me is. There are cases where the cartels were on the other side of the border. They've got Benach years. They've got is on a lot of the border patrol agents. They will figure out who they are. And then they will call up their hotel rooms and threaten them. So this idea that the border is a perfectly safe place. That's the myth. That's the meant that the borders. Perfectly say, you literally have an organized criminal outfit. That is kill legitimately thousands and thousands of people in Mexico sitting right on the other side of that border..
"mexican marines" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Ever back, Jack Riley. When you were on the Simon in El Paso, and you were able to actually look right over the Rio Grande and everything into into a town. Apparently, they've been ten thousand murders out which is by mind-blowing, but El Chapo, put a bounty on you. Yeah. I was so I get sundial. Now. I get promoted down there. I'm naive is day as long I think I'm working on on the west side of Chicago. And the first thing they do is want to interview for pay for. So I say, hey, look, I'm here on behalf. The American people and more going after Sinoloa, hopefully, we can bring troppo to two in custody and get them over here. And that was kind of a smart thing to say, I didn't know that point that he had either influence our own part of the sister newspaper in Juarez and within a couple of days some of Mexican friend said, hey. I think he's got a bounce out on your head. And I thought to myself well. And it was it was only one hundred thousand dollars a little upset about nothing. I thought I was worth more. But I will tell you it changed the way I looked at stuff because I wasn't. I mean, I was concerned for myself, and my family that I was really concerned for the agents and the and the non agents that the nine agent people that workforce 'cause they're so important and some of them actually lived in Juarez and came across the border and works in our office. It got my attention at that point wire is was I think more dangerous in Baghdad or Kabul in terms of what was going on. And it was it was a scary time. But. You know, what it made a personal for me? And I think it helped me continue to fight along with a lot of other the agents and police and prosecutors down the road. You didn't have a lot of personal security on you though. Right. My personal security was sometimes a eight round Glock pistol in a shock that the trunk which I'd even also worked. So how'd you almost got you almost got killed almost did get you. Here. They could've they had me if they wanted to. And that was the one thing I think that made me worry about all the employee's in the other guys. It wasn't me. If I was if they could do this to me one could they do to a secretary leaving the office. So we changed a lot of stuff. They got you sorta quartered off of a highway in a remote part there at night. How did you? Why didn't they kill you? You know, I don't know. I think that's I think that actually thinks that that was a message like, you know. Oh, please shut your mouth or something else is going to happen. The other thing is to be honest. We I was in a brand new government. That was beautiful. I don't know if they were trying to steal a car. I mean, I don't know came. It was too coincidental. To the information we got, and, but they had me if they wanted me, and I remember thinking to myself how I lived through the west side is. How do I get myself through this parking lot a swing set with these two guys was we use? Where were you scared? Oh my God. Yeah. I was I tell you what I was most worried about you know, where I lived in. My my whole goal driving up. There was I gotta get away from my house right out of your way from my kid where went to school because I didn't want them to know that. So, and I didn't I didn't really know my way around. He's only been there about a month. So it was. Yeah. That was. These two story like that did your wife and your son know about this until they read the book. One of the worst stories. I gotta tell you. So here. Here's what I did. So I go home. Amid I called an agent that live very close to me. And I said, you gotta get the house. But you can't let my wife know. I was just concerned they Newry lift, right? Well, turns out they didn't. So he goes over there. And then afterwards, I said, I'm okay, and I came back. So I go in the house and my wife said. Hit the Irish flush. I was upset. And I said, I Notre Dame the basketball got fifteen points. And I you know, she looked at me. Well, then we go to a party in Washington. A couple years later and an agent says, gee, how'd you feel that night? He got fouled home. She had no idea. So that was tough that was tough one. Tell us to now. Closing in finally in getting El Chapo, what was the key thing. I mean was it breaking in intercepting all the blackberries that we're going to go up to level two. His what was the big thing? I think the key was a building pattern of life. What he did every day, and we kind of gave up hope. Capturing him. Either in electric, surveillance or information. So so what we did is we concentrated on everybody around. You know, his his cooks is girlfriends is doctors his drivers is security and from there you can kind of build a pattern of as to where he was moving what he was doing. And that's kind of kind of what did a man. And I think that's wonderful because I think that still works today. You know, he had so many people working for them, and they were supposed to drop their phones, you know, every thirty days, and they stopped doing that or water laser. They're just lazy. So they said, yeah. Yeah. You know, it's the old story in Chicago. We laugh about where they wanna travels guys said, look, I think the three letters are honest meeting. He says don't call me on this number this number. Kisco suffers. So sometimes sometimes with dummies actually help you. Was were women whose downfall. Absolutely. I think I think women in general have really caused a lot of problems over the years. And I think at the end he really felt like he could go to these places, and he had such a security apparatus that you felt like, you know, what I've escaped a couple of times we built, and that's you know, if you look at Lasmo cheese where we caught him one of the reasons we caught him was we learn from him. Every place. He went that we had here or the the Mexicans. That's it was connected to suicide system. Yeah. And he had the ability. You know, he was good for the hydraulic pump to go down. Well, that's one of the reasons we looked to find places that were connected and lo and behold, that's one of the places he chose the common sold the Mexican marines. I'm telling you there. My hero. Stay just hung out. And did the right thing. How are they not corruptible? I it's one of the things I just Admiral Ortega is the head of it. And you became a pretty good friend of mine, if you if you met the sky Hughes, he's he's just one of these people his integrity is beyond approach. You let your no there is no fooling around. And I think they pride themselves because they're a small entity in the whole apparatus they pride themselves as the best that best. And you know, what you know? What's? So so interesting about that is, you know, who you train them our guys. Our special forces trained him. And I think you know, whenever I think about that. I think my God that gives me so much confidence in. In the people that do the things across to truly amazing because he's shrouded in a swamp. They're literally somebody out of the country were you upset or did you think he should have been tried in Chicago? Well, I wanted it in Chicago just because I knew I knew because of the agents that worked so hard to prosecutors and the Chicago police. I mean, don't think for one minute DA. Did this no way it was? And don't think I did this was this was hundreds of Geraldo cops and agents and prosecutors I wanted his done there because I saw what he did to that city. And for me, it was important. But you know, that was you know, that that decision was obviously made way above me. But I tell you what man when I look at the prosecutors there the cops there and our agents. Unbelievable. What a what a home run? It's great story. You'll see the French talk with Jim Kim. We got our final segment with the former DA chief of operations coming right up. This is Jim Campbell hosted forensic talk to this station for deep dives into the biggest crime stories today, unsolved murders, financial crimes penetrating questions. I'm John I knew she producer.
"mexican marines" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Architects behind the opioid crisis. An expert manipulator who had infiltrated the police and his influence and power over subordinates was so complete one testified that he even underwent a number of plastic surgeries to fool authorities on his trail, another subordinate telling the court about a smuggling operation. Brought five hundred million dollars of cocaine into L A inside cans of jalapenos every year. Then there was the weeping mistress who testified that she fled naked from next Mexican marines tunnel hidden beneath a bathtub story, she detailed in front of glamorous young wife who dutifully sat in court every day of the trial. He's sprawling national drug empire. Extended across the globe into every major American city. From Chicago Chicago crime commission designated him as public enemy number one smuggler's aided by innovative techniques, invented by the drug Lord himself drugs hitting on boats and cars, but perhaps most notably in tunnels. We got access to Somerville. Choppers. Infamous tunnels back in two thousand sixteen. Suffice it to say that whoever built this tunnel. Probably not there. I try first semester decent experience here. From above ground. Just an average looking home. Wow. At one point authorities believe there were close to two hundred functioning tunnels along the US Mexico border. One thing seems clear a wall is no match for the Sinoloa cartel. Until the end chapel maintained his innocence defense team only putting up one witness to the prosecution's fifty six the defense claiming he was the victim of an elaborate conspiracy. Now, sixty one notorious drug Lord has run out of his skates. The exchanged a thumbs up with his wife before being escorted out of the courtroom. This week Bill and Melinda gates released. Their annual letter outlining what they see as the major trends and solutions for the year ahead. Microsoft founder spoke to our Brad milkey on ABC news is daily podcast start here about taxing the wealthy and gender inequality. The tech industry. It's kind of a.
"mexican marines" Discussed on WRVA
"Jeff cads, NewsRadio W R V A. Well, just a couple of days ago. We learn of the conviction of Joaquin Guzman Loria otherwise known as El Chapo, he was the man behind the Sinoloa drug cartel responsible for for murder and mayhem and bringing in unbelievable amounts of illegal drugs to the United States. Well, we now know we hope he's going away for the rest of his life. Ray Donovan is the special agent in charge of the drug enforcement administration's New York division and Ray has been involved in the chapel matter for a number of years during his time with the special operations division. And I I'm just so thrilled that Ray is making some time for us this afternoon Ray, thank you for being here. My pleasure. It's a pleasure to be here. I think it's really great of you to really tell the story of El Chapo and get the word out on behalf of all the different men and women dipping agencies as well. As all the agents and analysts in DA dedicated a lot of time to pursue El Chapo. So let's talk about this Ray, the DA, absolutely. The tip of the spear on this operation. Lay some groundwork for us. Why does El Chapo become a player, and then why does Sinoloa emerge as the most powerful cartel? Well, El Chapo became a player for or focus for the DA going back decades. 'cause when you think about this cartel. They really started rising ranks or becoming more and more powerful going back to eighty s when the Colombian cocaine was king all over the United States. And so the Colombian needed the Mexicans because they share the border with the United States to smuggle drugs into the United States. And so who would do that was a allowance? And so became a cartel. And that's where l shop or row Ceuta ranks starting out as low level rank smuggler and rose to actually lead the cartel at this point solo cartel has vast majority of drug distribution networks all throughout the United States. So talk a little bit. You say the cartel becomes the distribution efforts just means for the Colombian. So was there a connection then to Pablo Escobar and other name that we've heard a lot about? Yes, absolutely Pablo. The other high level Colombian leaders as well different cartels. The oak Wella's, the alot Daniels, the Santa Cruz LA Daniel organization, so there was many organizations that relied or depended on the Mexicans to push their cocaine into the US. So the DA as many of us have learned over the years. Is worldwide. You have a presence all over the world. How how integral was the DA in infiltrating the Sinoloa cartel and eventually getting to L troppo think about it. In terms of this Jeff the DA is in seventy countries ninety one foreign offices all throughout the world. And so when you talk about how integral VDA was in the capture chapel wall are cases, there's literally thousands investigations that touch into the lower and specifically into El Chapo side of cartel. So what we did was basically looked at all those cases and started looking for the who's who that really rose through the ranks alongside El Chapo. And who really was his inner circle who did he depend on who? Did he utilize to move drugs from South America into Central America, initially United States that was one of the foundations that we? Established in moving towards developing a timeframe when we can go and capture keep in mind, we did this in conjunction with other agencies as well that also decided to check their egos and share all the information collectively through our special ops division in Virginia. So when we talk about an El Chapo as an example, we and and again, we talk a little bit about Pablo Escobar the phrase plot to applaud comes up, right? Silver or lead? And this was the way these guys operate. I'm either going to own you or I'm going to kill you. Right. That's right. And they'll chapel really in his mind he wanted to rule cartel with an iron fist. He wanted to have complete control control all the drug distribution routes in the United States, really control his territory, which would sit Aloha Sonora Durango states in Mexico, and really really control all the Mexico and all the other Cortel depend on him his access his drugs to move into the United States Ray Donovan is joining us. He is the special agent in charge of the drug enforcement administration's New York division. He was a vital components in bringing down El Chapo as rages talked about the special operations division of the DA headquartered here in Virginia. So so Ray as you develop this information, you surround El Chapo, inner circle. You start bringing people down you start turning people into members of team USA, right? That's right. So essentially over a long period of time we needed to paint a strategic picture of what this cartel. Look like what people may not know was our goal was not only to capture El Chapo. We were looking for the other leaders of the cartel. And it was important for us to have information shared amongst HSI FBI US marshals CB BP as well as DA all the sounds of cases that we had throughout the nation in the world to to allow us to to see what was going on deep in Kuli Khan, low in the mountains of Durango. So that when the time came we can go I in capture him alongside with Mexican marines. So talk a little bit about the capture itself, and how you are able to capture him in Mexico where he had what at least two rather noteworthy escapes from. Custody you capture them in Mexico. You get him back here to the to the eastern district of New York. Well, you know, what people may not know is that there was more than just one capture we captured him in February twenty-second twenty two thousand fourteen after about a year and a half of doing development, meaning really scrutinizing all the investigative data that we had to the point where we felt comfortable that we can launch or a launch a capture operation against him working in conjunction with the Mexican marines. So we finally caught him and a year later July eleven two thousand fifteen he escapes out of prison on. So we immediately got the team back together all the different agencies and agents, and we launched the recapture effort it took us about three weeks after his escape two zero back in on him. So January eighth of two thousand sixteen we recapture chapel. And that is the Mexican marines did a phenomenal job of putting pressure on him to locate where he was and then that was it for the capture the next kind of hurdle for us was the extradition. And that's where our embassy in Mexico City and all the different agents and analysts really supported our efforts to have Mexico died at work and went to Mexican government that happened and that worked out great a year later January twenty seventeen he was extradited to Long Island New York Ray Donovan is joining us the special agent in charge of the New York division for the Drug Enforcement Administration. So Ray he comes back now, he's in the United States. The trial is a fascinating one. You have folks who have turned on him, including his his IT guy and somebody during the trial says, oh, by the way, El Chapo paid millions of dollars in bribes to the former president of Mexico, right? Well, the bribes to Mexico corruption is an issue in in Mexico. There's no question about it. Right. But the teams that we work with that are out on our operations. We trust them. We believe in them. We have a lot of confidence in them. And so there no way that we would have been able to do what we have done with the extradition to capture of El Chapo without working closely with our counterparts down there, but the trial really in my perspective was inside a picture of what to send a little cartel. Look like it really spoke to over thirty years three decades of the rise and fall of El Chapo, and the other leaders of the cartel and the effect on the United States. Well, what about the effect on the United States? How much did L Chapo get credit or blame for bringing into the United States in terms of illegal drugs while I'll say this. If you think about what's happening today the opioid. Epidemic shopowners cartel. There wanted to start it. And they started it because they were the first to mix Mexican heroin which spent at all. Bush it all throughout the United States. And so when I think about the verdict is conviction is guilty on all counts. Yep. That's Justice for the many thousands upon thousands of victims overdose. It's Justice for their families for their friends their communities their towns, and that's what it really means to have him be convicted. So on the counts what what exactly was he charged with and convicted of so he was charged of continuing criminal enterprise, which is a CPA. He was charged with all different counts. Drug different counts. Weapons. Charges as well. Money laundering as well as murder. Well, well, so he hasn't been sentenced. Yes. But just your your gut check because you've been around the system for for a day or two. What what what do you think the the final determination is going to be how long does he leave us for a he's gonna get life? Good life in prison and chances are he's going to end up in a supermax. Well, I'm glad to hear that. Now. The question becomes with all of the wonderful work. The DA did on this case. And as you say in conjunction with a variety of other agencies. Are there other parts of the Sinoloa cartel that we're going to be looking to pull down or is the the fall of El Chapo, the end of the Sinoloa cartel. I don't think it's the end of this and a little cartel. But I think the difference is El Chapo was the innovative kind of cunning person within the cartel. He was the one that came up with the idea of utilizing real cards railcars to distribute drugs throughout the United States. It was his idea to dig tunnels underneath the border. So he was. The real kind of, you know, innovative forward thinking drug trafficker if you will. And so it's not that many of the people that really operated like he he has a throughout the decade. So there is going to be a change in Sinoloa. But the one thing I can tell you about the DA we are committed to pursuing the other members as well. The other leaders within that cartel and every other cartel in Mexico and just so everybody is is aware of this as you said more than seventy countries around the world, the DA truly the most international if you will about our American law enforcement agencies trying to find the bad guys wherever they might be. That's right. That's right. I think it's still international relationships and partnerships with all those countries that gave us a global footprint, a global perspective and allows us to share a lot of criminal investigator information with partners throughout the world. Let me ask you this rain. I know that you've got run you're you're you're busy tracking down bad guys left or right. But for a for a kid from New York City like you who spends a couple of years with the border patrol has this Electric's career with the DA. Is it fairly cool to become the SAC there in New York? Oh, it's great to be home. This is where I was born and raised. I always wanted to get back and do do right and do good. And I think this is an opportunity for me to continue doing that here in New York City. Well, listen Ray, we so appreciate you making time for us. Please give our best to every one of the men and women with DA. You're you're doing amazing work every single day. We see it here in Richmond with our DA district office and Mike Barbuda's and his team. And we see it around the world. You guys are really the heroes out there doing it. And I just want you and your team to know there are some of us out here truly cheering you on. Thank you, Jeff. That means a lot certainly appreciate that. That is Ray Donovan he is the special agent in charge of the drug enforcement administration's New York division, an integral part of bringing down El Chapo, the leader of the Sinoloa cartel. Jeff katz. Newsradio WNBA. We have won the.
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"Rhetoric. Biggest passed around. It has to what. With the people that believe in love. Police are hopeful of resolving this case soon. Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe says it's just a matter of time before Ralph Northam steps down as governor. The embattled democrat who served as mcauliffe's Lieutenant governor is resisting widespread calls to resign. Mccullough says the firestorm in which Northam initially admitted to appearing in a photo which appeared in which a photo appeared to either have a black face or of wearing a cook Klux Klan hood in his medical yearbook is no longer about north them. But the future of Virginia this, according to McCulloch Ralph we'll do the right thing for the Commonwealth of Virginia. He will put Virginia. I and I think that will happen relatively soon. Made that comment on CNN's state of the union the trial of alleged drug, Lord, Joaquin El Chapo. Guzman was highlighted and has been highlighted about how pervasive corruption in Mexico complicates US law enforcement's efforts to combat the cartels jurors began deliberating they begin deliberating tomorrow after nearly three months of testimony during which several of Guzman's former associates spoke of multi-million dollar bribes paid to top Mexican officials the accused Mexican leaders deny the allegations. But the claims highlight the challenges the US faces in choosing which Mexican law enforcement to trust DA agent. Victor Vazquez told jurors he only worked with Mexican marines in Guzman's case and did not trust local authorities inmates at a federal detention center in New York City where banging on the windows because they had no heat or hot water for at least a week repairs. Are finally being made reporter Mike smells filed this report from outside the jail.
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"Point one FM. Three thirty five chip cans. Radio w RV. Is a Thursday afternoon. We've got some very interesting things going on right about now. The man who would be attorney general is answering questions. We have an allegation that L chapel. One of the most notorious drug dealers in history paid a major major bribe to the former president of Mexico as well as a few other things I mobile have time to get to our friend. Jimmy Galliano retired supervisory special agents with the Federal Bureau of investigation has has knowledge of all of this. I'm happy to say here. Jimmy, thank you for being here. Jeff always good to to to get what you guys really appreciate thanks for asking me on. And look for the discussion today lot to unpack here and talk about. All right. Well, let's start south of the border because you when you were with the bureau, you are actually based in Mexico City for a period of time. So if you would just give everybody your background there, and what you would know about El Chapo and former president opinion yet though. Absolutely. So in. Two thousand twelve the FBI sent me to language school. And it was at the foreign service institute, which is run by the State Department Falls Church Virginia. I did a six months Spanish immersion corsair, which I tell people I was I was forty eight years old and was able to learn let's just say Jeff passable Spanish, and then was deployed down south of the border and spent a better part of a about a year year and a half down in Mexico City as the FBI deputy legal attache, and then acting legal attache in charge of FBI operations south of the border. So anything that the FBI director needed to deal with in regards to the Mexican government or law enforcement? I was the guy to handle that. So got a real appreciation for Mexico, and obviously the borders a big issue right now. So I'm sure you're to want to get into that in in regards to El Chapo in the trial. That's going on right now in the eastern district of New York in Brooklyn, New York, so El Chapo was personal secretary or. Or accountant or what have you says? Oh, yeah. El Chapo paid one hundred million dollars as a bribe to the former president of Mexico when you were there. I mean, well, let me say this. I have heard for years about the the bites right it when you travel into Mexico. Everybody wants a taste of something. I'm told that does that travel all the way up to the to the president. Well, so Jeff, this is a tough thing to understand. Because again, when I lived down there, I have a personal experience with that. And then of course, I had the anecdotal experience of kind of what you're a furring to there. So there's a there's an old saying in Mexico when dealing with government officials or law enforcement assume corruption unless proven otherwise now in the United States, we're we're comfortable with presumption of innocence. Right. You're right to show me your thirty before I'm going to think that that's what you are. But in Mexico, again, the saying is assume corruption on unless proven otherwise now anytime. We did operating south of the border that were sensitive meaning going after El Chapo or some of the other senior narcotraffickers there we use the military we dealt with the Mexican marines. We dealt in nextgen navy and we built the Mexican army..
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"Were linked to WikiLeaks release of hacked democratic emails in two thousand sixteen a key part of this of his long running inquiry. Of course, he provided research on democratic figures during the campaign to stone, a longtime Trump advisor in a webcast in a series of interviews. Of course, he said he had spoken to prosecutors for forty hours and feared that he could spend much of the remainder of his life in prison. After two months of interviews Corsi who's seventy two said he felt his brain was mush and the mayor of Tijuana's to clear to humanitarian crisis in his border city. Adrienne Bard has this. The mayor of one Manuel Wilga them says his three just doesn't have the resources or interest structure to deal with this onslaught of migrants he's calling on the United Nations because even though he has been meeting with Mexican officials. He says he's not getting adequate help the Mexican marines set up some food trucks. But clearly the demand is too great. And unfortunately for Tijuana more migrants are on the way seven thirty six at WCBS NewsRadio eight
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"A humanitarian crisis in the city of Tijuana, Mexico where several thousand migrants from Central America. Have now arrived looking for asylum in the US with them. Reporter Adrian Baird narrative wanna Manuel Gusta says his city just doesn't have the resources or infrastructure to deal with this onslaught of migrants he's calling on the United Nations because even though he has been meeting with Mexican officials. He says he's not getting adequate help the Mexican marine set up some food traps. But clearly the demand is too great. And unfortunately for Tijuana more migrants are on the way
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"Help the Mexican marine set up some food trucks. That clearly the demand is too great.
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"Gretchen Kunar is in Mexico City. She heads up an NGO called the institute for women in migration and has worked with migrants for years. There's a lot of shouting back and forth between Donald Trump. Mexican officials of people working with the migrants like yourself Gretchen as for the Mexican government has taken an official position on this. So called caravan of migrants when the caravan started out Mexico started out by saying that no one would be let in unless they had a visa and then as the caravan started getting closer and closer to Mexico. I think that the officials realized that they needed help. And so just in the last couple of days, they started talking about the right to apply for asylum that it's an individual case by case analysis, and they also realize that they're not going to be able to do that. If there are thousands of people who want to request asylum. So in the last couple of days they made an official request to the UNHCR for support. And also, the national human rights commission. Mexico has called in and went down to the border yesterday. And I think that I saw this morning. There are also Some Marines. Right. So those would be Mexican marines and would the migrants v then applying for asylum in Mexico. Mexican law says that anybody who ride to the border has the right to request asylum and refugee convention, but what's interesting with Mexico is that Mexico has also signed the convention on torture. So anybody who's at the border who expresses that there? There's have some kind of threat of violence, if they go back to their country of origin, then they can be accepted in and they can apply for asylum. But also Mexico has something called complementary protection. So actually the Mexican legistlation is favorable friendly humanitarian to immigrants in general. The problem here is that the Mexican government is under so much pressure. So most of these migrants want across the US Mexico border, get into the US Mexico. Let these migrants travel north through. Mexico or will they try and stop them. Well, it depends. If you've applied for asylum in Mexico, you have pending claim of you have a humanitarian visa, then you can have some sort of mobility with documentation. So those people are gonna have to make a decision on whether they stay and wait for their asylum claim or whether they travel within the country, there is a very severe system of checks throughout the whole entire country in so people who are undocumented who are traveling on the train or a highway system will be stopped and checked many times throughout their trip. And so if they're traveling without documents, they will probably be detained at the port. I mean, you've seen thousands of migrants in Mexico. Not just now, but but over the years realistically, do they make it through to the US or do they end up kind of in limbo in a way in Mexico? Well, it's interesting because you know, the caravans have been organizing for over ten years. Years and as long as there was not so much attention. But on the caravans people couldn't usually cross the border without any problem and travel in a regular undocumented farm within Mexico and reach the United States. If that's what their ideas, this is different now because there's been so much media attention to this caravan in particular and also the attention that Donald Trump has been giving to this caravan. And so I think that places more pressure on the Mexican government to take action at the border, but generally people crossing the Guatemalan Mexican border can get in without any problem what they're undocumented or not and the real detention and deportation occurs
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"Monmouth dot EDU time five twenty three more storms more heavy rain building in the tri-state here's hoping we don't see another river of floating cars in New Jersey let's go right away to AccuWeather meteorologist. Dave Bowers man I don't believe we'll see. That but that region is under a flash urban it's mall stream flood advisory I should say until. Six fifteen primarily the. Problem. Here is we've already got saturated ground. In any rain, is, going to. Be aggravating the situation You would. Have flooding happened much. More rapidly than you would. With dry ground but this line of storms right now runs from White Plains westward, through Lincoln park in back to hack it's down and that will continue to settle southward. It's not severe weather but still on welcome rain and, there could be, downpours this spots we cause ponding problems as slowly. Works its way down into central New Jersey probably, by seven or eight o'clock we appreciate your eye on the sky stay with ten ten wins for, the latest on this, developing weather wins news time five twenty, four Mexican marines have discovered an underground meth live in the mountains of. CNN estate and destroyed fifty tons of. Drugs the, marines, found the lab after intelligence reports, indicated tons of meth were being produced in, the area military photo show. To service members and has Matt. Suits. Examining dozens of containers in a mountain forest the drugs were hidden underground along with barrels of. Chemicals used To cook meth NYPD is asking, for your help trucking down a. Food delivery man who supposedly groped a. Young woman in, her Brooklyn apartment cops say the victim order up from Williamsburg restaurant, around, five o'clock in the morning on July twenty second the man showed up with a food as to. Use the bathroom and. As they walked into the. Apartment allegedly fondled the twenty two year old police say when the victim resisted the, suspect ran off police wanna know if he might have victimized other people eighty three degrees. No rain yet in.
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"And government with taxpayers money investing billions of dollars came to the rescue of us corporations in bankruptcy what happened then after those companies came back to the marketplace they came back successfully by transforming themselves into that corporations working and nourishing their capacities and their competitiveness throughout the three economies their mexican economy the us economy and the canadian economy and he'd worked so they are not only back on the marketplace but they are gaining of market they're being able to compete with the industry in the rest of the world now not that was created with a vision was created after this cautious in this cautions dialogue bringing in the best minds that canada united states you have how can we build a better future how can we confront the challenge of the east that extremely successful east which are growing race on the average of ten percent how can we protect and defend the western values when europe was declining twenty five years ago so the decision was let's get together and let's be competitive let's have a great north america canada united states and mexico number two the threats and the challenges of security and safety we've been by the side of this nation working every day every year on security and safety issues we do exercises practicing exercises in the gulf of mexico and the pacific with a us marines and the mexican marines every year we do that even port times a year and we we work invest like we don't do in many other things in mexico to prevent drugs through reaching this nation because mexico dawson and abuse drugs dosing consume drugs significantly with doing the job trying to be a good neighbor and good partner for us young eighty thousand kids dying every year united states people says what's wrong with mexicans what's happening with them why are they killing each other obey drinking too much the quila no we're working to prevent drugs reaching this nation mexican president present a fox tuesday at the press club and what is happening here does your legalizing consumption so we pay the price so baby thousand kids dying every year you legalize here and by the.
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"Same the mexican marines arrived to el chapo safehouse where he was hiding but would they get him remember this is the guy who time and time again has defied capture the socalled untouchable legend who's been on the run for thirteen years withdrew on his tail for eight of those would l chapo managed to slip away the marines it took a while for them to get through the front door it was it was six inches of reinforced steel on the front door and gave chapo enough time to escape popped open his bathtub but she had a customized tunnel underneath the connected to the city sewer system and he was just like all the other times el chapo managed evade capture yet again he fled into culiacan suicide system by going through a secret trapdoor underneath his bathtub yes really so he had a tunnel underneath every bathtub inside every safe house in in culiacan so in order to get the bathtub open you would have to stick something whether it was paper click in light socket pop in crackle and that would break the seal around the tub and then you could go over to the tub and lifted up with two hands and then underneath would be a set of small little stares down to a well constructed tunnel and that would lead right to the sewer door opened that up and jump right into the sewage flowing through extraordinary when you went into the room weather when he escaped on the bathtub what did he leave behind him yeah we essentially decimated his infrastructure there and hit every safe house we found ton quantities of drugs hidden tunnels we found weapons his personal pistol with a diamond encrusted pistol grips with his initials on it and we took over his safe houses and turn them into basis i mean we had nowhere to sleep we took his armored vehicles and started using them in our convoys and started sleeping in his bed started eating food out of his refrigerator started cooking in his kitchen we had no choice and i was in one of his rooms and ended up finding a one of his notorious black baseball caps and i took it kind of as as the only souvenir of the hunt what kind of lifestyle was living in their safe houses.
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"Aid alleged drug dealers are dead in mexico city following a shootout as james frederick reports the clash between the suspects and mexican marines and police challenges the local governments past comments about organized crime mexico city mayor michel on her two months at our has repeated time and again that mexico's brutal drug cartels do not operate in the capital the shoot up thursday challenges this idea marines along with federal and local police were pursuing what they say were drug dealers in the southeastern of flour when they received fire from highpowered weapons after a shootout eight were dead including the leader of the group there have been no reports of injuries to civilians or security forces the marines are the suspects were not only dealing drugs but were also extorting businesses and kidnapping people staples of mexico sprawling organized crime groups for npr news i'm james frederick in mexico city a powerful earthquake has killed at least two people and injured scores of others and the greek tourist island of koh send the turkish city of buddhism the magnitude six point seven quake struck near tourist destinations in the aegean sea it triggered a small soon nami that flooded a seafront road and parse in the main town in calls on asian stock market shares are lower following mixed trading on wall street this is npr news in washington support for npr and the following message comes from the platinum card from american express there's a great big world out there and know whether card lets you experience it like the platinum card backed by the service insecurity of american express.
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"Despite a critical interview in which president donald trump is quoted as saying he would not have chosen jeff sessions as as attorney general had he known he would recuse himself from the russia investigation sessions is saying he will stay on the former alabama senator today said he intends to remain in office as long as that is appropriate and largely brushed aside the president's remarks trump contended sessions recusals led to the appointment of a special council until the four times the recusals quote extremely unfair to him aid alleged drug dealers are dead in mexico city that's after a shootout with mexican marines and police as jayme frederick reports the clash challenges the city's government previous statements about organized crime mexico city mayor meal and henman said a has repeated time and again that mexico's brutal drug cartels do not operate in the capital the shootout thursday challenges this idea marines along with federal and local police were pursuing what they say were drug dealers in the southeastern peru of flour when they received fire from high powered weapons after a shootout eight were dead including the leader of the group there have been no reports of injuries to civilians or security forces the marines at suspects were not only dealing drugs but were also extorting businesses and kidnapping people staples of mexico sprawling organized crime groups for npr news i'm james frederick in mexico city the embalmed remains of eccentric artist salvador dali have been exhumed to settle the debate over whether he fathered a daughter sixty one old tarotcard reader has claimed her mother had an affair with dolly working as domestic employees.