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"miss gardner" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Drew's dot com And don't forget to like Ted on Facebook. So, Amy, I think the big shocker yesterday, their will to two shockers. Of course. Cory Bush, unseating a powerful political family. Of course, they're writing about that across the nation. The New York Times has Nick Fantasy. Writing on that bandits has a ST Louis connection. His grandfather used to run a cafeteria in downtown ST Louis, set one memorial drive, so we know that family well But then, of course, Kim Gardener The blade GERD Circuit attorney who has been criticized much. She has not not just by people who might be Republicans or law and order types, but The chief of police, the public safety director and others. Basically said that she's not effective. She her office has gone from 60 staffers to 27 she has an inability to bring cases. She drops a lot of cases. The homicide rate is through the roof this year. Michael Knight or the CEO of 17 has said that he's seriously considering a move to Charlotte. If we don't get our public safety act together. I don't see how reelecting Miss Gardner does that. I think it's ah, it's a disaster. It is, And I think it just goes to show even more. Whether you're looking at the local government level all the way to the federal government level that there may be Many obstacles for people to get into positions of power. But incompetence is definitely not one of those obstacles. Well. I don't get it, and she she didn't win close one by a 20 point margin was like 60% to 40%. So why I think that the I think that Miss Carl's campaign was underwhelming. Um, no. T that Mary Pat Carl's campaign Wass. What did you say? A day late and a dollar short? I think you did hit the nail on the head with that, because because of the absentee voting, it was almost like she's a little bit too late with getting her name out there. Yeah, she had some commercials, which were running on came wax, probably after a lot of people had already voted. I think that the McCloskey issue put Kim Gardener front and center, You know, they say that if you get your name in the newspaper, it's a good thing just as long as it's not your obituary. And Donald Trump learned that you know any news is good news. If you're trying to get visibility, and she certainly got that, and I think there are people who also appreciate her stand on not prosecuting low level offenses not going after people who use marijuana. My goodness. I was in downtown ST Louis two days ago and just driving through downtown. It was largely empty. But I could still smell marijuana all over the place. You don't And so there's that And she wants to close the workhouse. That's appealing to some For some reason. I don't get that either. I'm really a fish out of water here because I'm a lawn order tape type. Who I want a prosecutor who says If you commit a crime, we're going to track you down. And put you away for a long, long time. And that's the person who only got 40% of the vote yesterday. So go figure. I just don't see how this is going to attract people to ST Louis. Visitors businesses, residents just the opposite. How can anyone who lives in the ST Louis area? Look at the ST Louis area? Look at the crime rates. Look at the homicide rates and say, Yeah, this is working. What we're doing now is working. Well, I I don't I don't get it and you have police officers. She won't take their cases. She hires independent investigators when we have investigators on the staff of the Police department. Um, it just and I wish I had a nickel for every time I read a story where charges were dropped at the last minute, and, you know Kate homicide cases going to court charges were dropped. The day was supposed to go to trial. I don't get it. I think our neighborhoods are very dangerous, including places like Jeff Vander Lu Ah, while not Park west, all with more than a dozen murders so far this year. Really just off the charts, so there's that there's Kim Gardener. Then there's Corey Bush. He's going to join us later today. They're going to be talking about her all over the country, and she also she she's run on dismantling police departments, So I want to ask her about that when she joins us today. You know? We've talked about Thomas Apt, who is in the a policy maker in the Obama administration on the Council for Criminal Justice, and we've looked at a think it was in the Washington Post. A handful of African American governors and city leaders say that you cannot politicize the issue of crime. You cannot view police officers and law enforcement as the bad guy. And in fact, many of the most vulnerable communities, crime ridden communities are those that want a greater police presence. And so this this whole idea of Radically reforming slash de funding. The police is not on ly against the wishes of the communities who need it most, but it is statistically in error. When cops pull back crime rises when cops pull back homicides. Ah, just escalate. It's I don't understand this thinking. Yeah, that's a Yale study and Well. We'll see. I mean, it's just she does have an amazing story, and I will give her props that she she was in the arena. Amy, she put her name on the ballot in 16 4018. Now I give her more credit than the Republicans who have largely been absent. For example, in the county executive race in the in the county. Now we've got Paul Berry, perennial candidate against Edgar Alterman. That's where the Republican Party is. Well, No wonder you don't win because you're putting up candidates with all due respect, who are not formidable. And Corey Bush was up against one of the biggest machines in the history of Missouri politics. She was undeterred. I meant I'm sure many people told her do not run against the clave family. You're just wasting your time. But She ran. She won. I mean, she was tilting at windmills, and she actually succeeded. 3144367 908 109 to 5 11 20 I will say overall You know you have it. It was a great day for black women with Chuck to Charlotte Jones winning her race for treasurer and then Corey Bush. Kim Gardener..
"miss gardner" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"This is cartoon level yet. The Minneapolis. The Minneapolis police knew all of this when they elected Bob Crow to their union president by a two to one margin Bob One because the citizens of Minneapolis just elected reform minded police chief. She told The New York Times. I. Believe Bob Crow was elected out of fear. We're the only ones that supporting your your community doesn't support you. Chief is trying to get you fired. Building to here police unions allow cops to deliberately short circuit the democratic process. This is part of why bringing in better police chiefs voting in reform-minded mayors almost never actually does a damn thing when it comes to the police. Because, the unions are still there and they stonewall anything from happening when Kim Garner was elected da of Saint Louis in two thousand sixteen. She promised to fight police violence on behalf of her citizens. One of the way she proposed to do. This was by establishing an independent oversight board to investigate abuses by police like the PBA and New York more than a half century earlier, the Police Union in Saint Louis set right to. To Work Killing this oversight board, they went to lawmakers one by one, and whatever they said stopped the matter from coming to a vote. According to The New York Times quote around the same time. A lawyer for the union wage to legal fight to live at the ability of the prosecutor's Office to investigate police misconduct the following year, a leader of the union said Miss Gardner should be removed by force or by choice. Wow, wow. Wow. That's cool can check. Can you just? Like. I just it's. It's comic book level. Power like and I just imagine like you know in in every comic book when the when the bad guy goes I, feel the power like I feel like that's just death must be what it's like to where you're like. After a while just. You just know you can get away with it and anybody that comes in to try to stop you. You got the power to remove like it just got doug like it must be intoxicating it must. It's gotta be a drug like it's got to be a drug it yeah, yeah, it is, it is it is there high on fuck and power and if you've ever? I mean. I don't know, have you? Have you? Have you never? Pistol whipped a guy. Oh My god God pistol pistol-whipping. Dude it's like. It's like A. It's like that first slice at Cherry Pie on. Yeah! That's how it now. Yeah, yeah, no wonder they want to protect it..
"miss gardner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of Santa Cruz county California sheriff's deputies who were ambushed while investigating a suspicious van a sheriff's sergeant was killed and others injured ABC's Alex stone has the latest multiple law enforcement sources are telling ABC news the FBI is now investigating a possible link between Saturday's deadly ambush on deputies in Santa Cruz County and the late may killing of a federal protective services officer during protests in Oakland the Oakland killing happened during protests but it has not been clear if it had anything to do with the protests both cases involved a van now the FBI is working to figure out if suspects Stephen curry always involved in both Alex stone ABC news ABC news also confirming the suspect Steven Carrillo is active duty Air Force stationed at Travis Air Force base tropical storm Chris double continuing to make its way to the west coast there were seven reported tornadoes in central Florida yesterday this is ABC news numbers for Breazeale inventor of simple green the iconic cleaning formula known around the globe try a simple green product today and if you're not a hundred percent satisfied I'll refund your money visit us at symbol green dot com thank you Sunday afternoon with me greatly appreciate a beautiful day out there today before I came in I was wholly new my gardens I got three of them almost done I have four I have no clue what I got really well yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah the third one social well the fourth one not him touch but it's really there's some really nice to hold because there's has been a lot of moisture so yeah the ground I'm kind of try to stay on top of so the ground is is still kind of broken up a site like cement right so they're popping out really nice I've lost some yeah look at median miss Gardner yeah green's on the lady over there okay what appears once in a minute twice in a moment and not once in a thousand years the the letter M. yes is it really I had was like minute moment thousand years all right awesome I think that one that takes a speller though you have to like really quick spell them all yes really quick yeah okay yeah yeah press you've got it you guys I'm on fire today he is okay let's go back to share with the market impact beyond mix he said it with us I'm all right okay because that's the thing right now is import the import the import and then a lot of times as a dogs are getting older they start losing their hearing or not is keen and losing her eyesight is not as keen so and then then the more they've kind of feel off their game these are becoming even more reactive also all right and so that's why I'm I really encourage you to get this training collar and start working on getting your dog just thinking like I said before I want to break that start mark caller and he'd put it on with a buckle collar has your dog had a buckle cholera before no no no it's just that we call it a snap color yeah but no that'll caller ID display industry Colorado a nylon collar yeah yeah good god okay so you're gonna put it on the star mark color on with with that caller is on okay I'm gonna hook it onto the ring there you'll see what I mean then I it'll go from a little bit walk at the end was gonna crush the with your street caller okay your everyday collar and that's good because the the she's not getting the full poke and then once she gets used to it then you could take the boat the your street collar off and they're just used to star mark caller all right and you want an idealistic Lee you want your dog to walk with his shoulder by your left leg okay so they're in there Virginia she there in your vision I think once they start getting out ahead of you then that's what the other leader and you're the Piatt and then that's when they become even more reactive because they've got like oh god I gotta take your mom because she's behind me and I'm out front on the leader and so that's why you want to work together as a team and then get a good trick book or go on YouTube and finds it all the two trick for books that I really love a brain teasers for dogs by Saddam in and then also the big book of tricks by for the best dog ever and so everybody pick out tricks and brain teasers and I start working on stays like let's say you sit down to the dock comes flying up wrong I didn't know she in my lap you know the what the doctor look to you for direction life three lap can I use it no worries I touch my lab for you again now at the camp job buddy for Gillian my ten pound I just at my lap and say okay let and he'll jump up on it but he doesn't dare come up you'll sit there and stare at me and like I I would you can give it to one you can let me know I can come up you know but he's looking to me for direction and so that's why what you want is you want to set rules up and follow through so that then you you know they do that they will get better and better now in the car in the house for barking you can either use a spray bottle no there Mister filled with water said upstream and then voice as a dog barks to go quiet at the same time you blast them in the face act quiet backs off you to say thank you don't say good boy or good girl that this will not see in the heads he says the brain into recess so anytime a dog does something well you did very calmly acknowledge a good behavior by thank you all right and then you move on because they have a go ahead when you're outside I should bring the spray bottle let me start working at other people as you can't quite well what you're after here's a first five times you say and spray spray quiet spree quiet then stagger it quiet and he doesn't now yes spray quiet because your goal is that you don't need the spray anymore that he'll listen to the word right I don't even think it told me that they get you could also use a pop Cameron stout put five pennies imitate the top of the duct tape a pretty color so you know which one is the color bar which ones she can't and you can shake it was quiet want to deepen your voice slow it down that when the dog knows he's in deep doo doo okay but if you go quiet the dog was like so what the high pitch you're happy the lows low told your tact he got a deeper that voice and say Hey that's why most dogs work best for men because men have the deeper voice anyway and they are they're better effect knock it off not set women on the other hand if you do that one more time I'm going to put you in the kennel and this time I mean it I am so upset with you don't be doing that I am okay and so the dogs like blabla blabla blabla so the deeper and slower your voice the more the dog Knowles like she means business right yeah that's what you gotta do is you got to start teaching this dog to use a new role so that then he's gonna look like he'll see somebody look at you like treasure I bark and you're gonna see I don't even think it quite all right never mind let's go what else and then re direct minus up mails where's your ball wars dot was activity you don't get a Monticello houses don't stand there and wait SO that's why why alarmist the example remarks like that are caused by like I said she humans that don't ask anything mentally from them they just padam padam taken for a walk and that's it and the more that you can put input you could go to avoid media classes I've got a manner class there was a one time hour and a half to get the right trading collar on and get you some input that you can do to the duck and so that's the whole thing is is to get you know import import import and it makes a very sturdy your dog mentally and the last three active mentally and barking and also solidifies a good relationship where there is a true relationship you have a direct mail well I will lay down walls and there any places that you would recommend the Senate do is find out who's open go sit without the dog go sit in on a couple of their classes and see if you like the way they train there's so many traders in the Twin Cities area and there's a a lot of different philosophies is good trainers as bad trainers the big thing is is that when you're looking for a trainer you don't want to come up to you go didn't your your after the class acid the instructor are you do you take it every week because some places have volunteer trainers road lot one trader one week another trainer another week you don't want that you want to train or this could be with you from stem to stern so they can see your improvement all right and then are the accessible can I email you questions can I call you because that's what you want to be able to do is have accessibility until you get the beat because that's what trading it is basically it's a it's a beat as far as your timing is really good SO and then you're building a good relationship now with the dog okay like training treats when I'm doing now there's no apps I don't use treats you treated you your verbal praise into physical praise give a little tickle in the chest you know under the chin in the chest with that V. is a right given little tickles in their gold thing a few don't say good boy or good girl and everything gets all **** and they had the that's like saying recess we don't have to think because if we ever ask your dog to sit and you go go girl what do I do and so on so we want to keep him calm so they could connect the learning debts in the hat that's the main name of the game right okay okay good luck trying nine even I cannot take care bye bye bye yeah that's the thing is that all these little dogs like I say you know what I just found out this week that Ethel is officially death really officially I've been a human behind cutting him in on on it for you the last couple weeks yeah it was been getting less and less I yeah but yeah this last couple of the other day you know she decides that she looks at me she looks at the school she looks at me and she decided to start going up to the school okay okay after she goes bodies yeah where you going a little 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"miss gardner" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Was fucking with us. prosecutor sues her own city under a law passed to fight the KKK. A BATTLE BETWEEN SAINT LOUIS. First African American top prosecutor who can who is a black woman and therefore to the community and we could never support her ya'll she be lack of people up in cities largely white legal establishment escalated this week with the prosecutor suing her opponents under a little used. Federal law passed in the wake of the civil war violence by the KKK. Kimberley Garner the Saint Louis Circuit Attorney accused city officials local police union and a special prosecutor of a racially motivated conspiracy to deny the civil rights of Racial Minorities. By interfering with our efforts to crack down on police misconduct. An institute changes in the city's criminal justice system. Come on nothing. You know all black process. I don't get what race prosecutors dash only be white prosecutors in America because they are just a tool of system to lock Black People. Okay allocated assistant from within you still part of the system so as the last the lies. No obviously we hate this black one McCarron. Don't we'll let her run for office and see what these folks do on social media. Okay okay about them half of them. Don't vote don't care about the targets of her Su- foul on Monday in Federal District Court is Saint Louis sharply denied accusations with the police. Union colony legal action frivolous desperate empathetic and characterizing the decision to file. Ask the last act of a desperate woman who was herself under investigation by the Special Prosecutor. The tension between Miss Gardner and the other officials in Saint Louis is one of many flashpoints around the country. We're talking to traditional offers and establishment and the new wave of prosecutors who are elected at the problems in the rain and police. Misconduct saying fewer nonviolent offenders prison every pair relationships with minority communities Tuesday several other district You know I'd hate that hate that because that is going all the way back to the beginning. This asked that is black people's wary way of saying our country. We demand these systems work for then it becomes our country. They don't like that. That's a threat when she says our community we. The police are going to have to get right with our community. They know what that means. That's not the same as saying I support the police. As is you know this is our community you need to get behind is shut up and let believe today job they okay with that kind of our community but when you say this community and the police need to act accordingly then all of a sudden it's the threat to the entire fucking system But yeah so yeah. Well all Tuesday several other district attorneys from across the country album. African American women traveled to Saint Louis to support. Miss Gardner no white ones. Isn't it interesting at a rally? Was Civil rights activists saying she had been the target of a fundamentally racist system and has also thwarted some of their efforts to keep us on the status quo that brought us mass incarceration over criminalization of poor and black and Brown people tell citizens over dip shits and no second. Chances won't give up their power quietly Maryland. Moesby the Chief Prosecutor Baltimore. Who has joined by aramis? Ayala of Orlando and several others with her lawsuit. Mrs Miss Gardner is in effect asking for a federal judge to step aside the workings of the city and the local court system. Stop our civil rights being violated under the Constitution and the eighteen. Seventy one law commonly called the Klu Klux Klan Act which criminalized efforts to rea- slave African Americans moral three more recently. The law has been willing in a lawsuit against the pro motors and the two thousand seventeen white power rally in Charlottesville Virginia accused of conspiracy to commit violence against racial minority. It was also invoked during civil rights. Era Tried to stop sheriffs from black and African Americans from voting. Say Peter Joy a lot fresher at Washington University in St Louis. So it's kind of hard to prove that it actually applies to the situation but you know this is what this is what it is and this is what she bring it to. She realized very important on who vote and put me offices. Ms Gone has been at war with much of the Saint Louis Police Force in the local legal establishment since she was elected in two thousand sixteen two years at the nearby Ferguson Missouri erupted in protests over killing by a police officer. The Saint Louis Police forces mistrusted by many in the African American community which makes up half the population. She took several steps to make the Police Department. More accountable including creating a list of more than fifty officers could not bring cases for prosecution to her office because of concerns over their credibility. She also indicted the state's governor at the time. Air Greitens who had been a rising star in national republican politics. The business manager of the local Police Union Jeff. Reuter has called her indictment call for her indictment recently went on the radio show to suggested she be removed from his by force or by choice She's fighting a battle man. Yeah Yeah I've seen too much She gave him a list. I don't see shit from them. Everything they do is probably fucking problematic or they've had problems pass and she probably has suggested that they don't actually be police officers in day. Don't want to a special prosecutor. Jeremy Carmody began investigating Gardner. Two thousand eighteen. The Mr Greg lawyers accused of allowing perjury of a former. Fbi agent who she hired to investigate the governor. Miss Gardner has said that she did nothing wrong and she corrected the former agents airs as soon as she learned about them she laid to dismiss the case against. Mr Brightened as the interview. Mrs Garden Miss Gardner said the lawsuit was about to make your she about making sure. She was allowed to implement the platform she was elected on. We're not gonNA let fear injustice. Stop the reforms that I needed. This is also about the continuing attacks on the progressive prosecutors. Not just saying Louis but around this country Yup Kim Fox Maryland Moesby all of them under attack from the. The police asked from the asthma. 'cause they hate to see black people trying to do something from within the system and my day none of this would white limb wait a black man. Danny Black men prosecutors Do we have any all day? All white women white men and women. I notice other races to none none. None of them went up there. You know because black man wanted to be the head not detail they want to come in and they dick and tell everybody what to do where we all have to take the lead. India's obviously black women in this picture I see Yup digestive valid question. You know. It's US WE DON'T. We don't get no support. His y'all does support is demanded. Yeah let me see Saint Louis Kimberley Garner. Okay Tracy. Who else came early Moesby came? There is already tough enough to drive change in the criminal justice but then to be black women who make up the just one percent of elected prosecutors she says Disrespect will look different. If I look different is extremely personally the first thing they come at when you're a black woman is your competency. That's why there's loss to the symbolic for all of us. Who All came Aramis Ayala? I brought up in the last article. All Black Man came. His name would have been a list because you know they are no demand. Show the yeah. So that's the one that I see Rawlins Yala Mos b And Gardner so who's Raleigh's on Rachel Rollins? Another black woman wind surprise me if not a single side now. Let's say now unless they truly no black man prosecutors and I don't believe that Yup and she and she under attack like the black woman in this situation on attack and they make up one percent of all prosecuted this crazy we always support us Because the only people just won't do it because we will lift everybody else. We will be dead by necessity so zero two hundred motherfucking hundred motherfucking Heidari. All right I will give it to Kars But keep fighting a good fight man. I them supporting each other and whatnot and you know I saw. There's a bunch now. There are a bunch of black man on that stage two they might not be prosecutors dow but like activists people within that community is not just black women on to say but I'm talking about. Yeah within the within the industry they might be on their own correct. And that's what I'm talking about like other people that's fine but I'm like elder people who have a similar job. Yeah I just don't want anymore right up here Blackman on stage where you always coming down on black man. That's not what we're saying but yeah so I do wonder where the brothers are. That's a great question here. let's see what else the guy here..
"miss gardner" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast
"It's the of thought that is neutral criminal justice system despite unprecedented attacks we press on. I said Garda's lawsuit cites data data from the State Attorney General showing African Americans in Missouri are subject to to nearly twice as many traffic stops in arrest as white several races. Social media posts allegedly made Missouri. Police officers are also listened to complain in one. A former police division officer allegedly posted a photograph of of on facebook of an African American police officers standing with two African American demonstrators calling the officer. Captain Hug a thug in a disgrace to the a uniform. Not exactly sure what's racist inherently about that. But that's what they wrote in another lieutenant is is accused of posting. I'm not sure what the Hell is going on in our country. These days are Joe by in authentic Mexican restaurant in town and there are white guys putting on a new roof cutting the grass and doing landscaping manscaping. So I guess white people can't do can't put on roofs cut grass and do landscaping. I guess that's something that's only for Mexican people right. We regulate into certain industries. And that's all you can do for ticketless in another facebook post in Missouri USA wrote according to the lawsuit officer offered to sell L. T. shirt emblazoned with the word. Black lives splatter because blue lives matter. These police officers doing this allegedly the lawsuit also alleges that Saint Louis Police Officers Association has gone out of its way to support. White officers. Accused of perpetrating acts of violence in excessive force against African American citizens including the twenty fourteen shooting of Michael Brown. Additionally the Saint Louis a police officer association paid the bail. Jason Stockley await officer shot and killed African American Motorists Anthony Lamar Smith in twenty eleven according to the lawsuit now now if the that same S. L. P. O.. Egg Saint Saint. Louis Police Officers Association does not pay for the bail of a black officer who's accused of Of shooting someone then they Iran clearly. They are on Garner who sought to launch several police reforms a cooling improving investigations of policemen conduct in Saint Louis received threatening letters to our office that were filled was racial invective in some of the letters Garner was called racial. Slurs and various sexist expletives so that's a little bit what's going on you can read on that. ABC News So. I thought it was very interesting that she chose this eighteen. Seventy one and act. The Ku Klux Klan acknowledge not very familiar with that amount of a lawyer and attorney but just reading a little bit about you know Different various website. Apparently this was a law that was enacted to help to enforce the reconstruction efforts mostly in South Carolina but across the board after the civil war reconstruction goes on black. People are being voted into office. Black people are allowed to vote to becoming normalized naturalized citizens in able to express all of their rights right so they had to pass these laws thirteenth Fourteenth Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution and. What are the laws that helped to enforce? This was this Ku Klux Klan Act which helped to break up the Ku Klux Klan? In any the group that would seek as a group of people with interest in supporting and maintaining white supremacy. So that is essentially what Miss Gardner is a sewing them under. Is that this group right. The Saint Louis Police Association and the city. Her allegations are is that they are seeking in banded together under the white supremacy in order to thwart the efforts of This one black citizen who has the right to WHO's essentially going to impact lies and many other black citizens right every person who under color of statue ordinance regulation custom or usage of any state of territory district of Columbia subjects subjects or causes to be subjected any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to be to the deprivation of any rights privileges or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws. Saab you're liable to the party injured in an action a law suit in equity or any other proper proceeding for redress right so a lot of that is a lot of legal ease. I don't really understand a lot of it. But this is what Miss Connor seeking to do. So I hope the justice prevails and if if it is true that the Right this is only one side door will getting one side of the story and show that the facts will be born out in court but if this is true than You know I hope that. Justice comes for Miss Gardner in for all these other states attorneys district attorney's across the nation who are feeling the brunt of this right. They're from California to Baltimore Down to Florida from two Massachusetts many of these states attorneys feel as if their their efforts towards criminal justice reform of being ordered By those who have a vested interest in keeping the status quo a sad part an sad reality about law enforcement is is that what is it is an institution is a system and unfortunately that system needs to feed upon people. What I what I mean by that prison systems as the union had been supportive of the continued criminalization of marijuana and other drugs? Now you have to think about why these unions would stand behind some kind of policy. He liked that while the more people would because obviously more people need to be arrested so that these people can be housing and car serrated as so therefore the prison officials can continue to have their jobs. Same thing with law enforcement right if you if you stop criminalizing and decriminalize marijuana and other drugs stop prosecuting people for simple possession. Then the arrests go now and therefore what are the police going to do right so this is a this is unfortunately a vicious cycle that that Ms Garner is this is seeking to stop this over criminals. Ation of people minority communities poor people and so a lot of police as officers are fighting back against that because okay if not arresting people for drugs than what are we doing all day right. Why how can we justify numbers? How can we justify our salary? So you want in someone. I hope. That justice prevailed and hope that the truth comes out for her. And how did it sets a precedent for all those prosecutors and other counties talked talked about traffic stops. Some of the things that Miss Gardner was looking into in Saint Louis nother story the cubs from Chicago is the ACLU is asking why minorities are still pull roll over much more than whites right so something that the ACLU is looking into from. The Chicago. Tribune The American Civil Liberties Liberties Union is asking why minorities still pull over much more often than whites. Despite court order reform by City Hall driver's color continued to be stopped at higher percentages. Tis Vander estimated local driving population and they are asked to consent to search more frequently with less. Contraband found Dan. Dan White drivers they were roughly. There were roughly four hundred. Ninety thousand traffic stops Chicago streets last year. More than two hundred thousand Isan than the previous year. According to the data from Illinois Department transportation it was the third consecutive year sharp increases about eighty six percent four hundred twenty one thousand involved minority motorists of those three hundred thousand. Were black that sixty one percent of the total number of people stopped in Chicago Twenty eighteen and even though African Americans are about thirty one percent of the city's two point seven million population near sixty eight thousand and stops involved the white motorists. There is a story. Worry here. Let me give the other side of the of the equations we can understand this Many times in we had to look at this. Are African Americans committing more traffic violations nations. That question has to be asked are recommending more traffic violations. I know that when we had a study in Connecticut concerning the same think I think in my own home city we were found to be stopping. African Americans more unfortunately a lot of times. Here's what's happened Take this for what it's worth and it's the honest to goodness truth. I think that you know by not going to give you some. Bs is that officers are often targeting targeting areas in neighborhoods. Where crime is is happening? It's just a fact it's just the fact that we want that right if there's shootings and gang activity in certain neighborhoods we need to target those neighborhoods in if we can stop op people if we can perform these type of motor vehicle stops and Get people to understand that there is a police presence then that that only worsened in in the favor right and it helps to bring on shootings and everything like that. It's only one of the tactics that can that is used to address a crime in certain neighborhoods and. That's one of the tactics tactic so we had to be very careful about when we asking law enforcement not to stop certain people because they are black and many times. And I'm going to ask you to do this as as you listen to this. Drive down the street and tried to tell What the race is of the person in front of you right Many times you can't you cannot tell many times you cannot tell the race. The person WHO's driving in front of you then people have tend to Windows nowadays and you cannot see into the windows In so many times you don't know but a person who's in front of you. Who runs a stop sign? Who Refuses to who speeds up at the Yellow Line tries to beat that light? That red light Many times you don't know what that rid the races. So that person in so the first thing I'm going to ask is what is the race. What is who is committing more of these types of infractions? Right first thing black I people have to do is stop committing more infraction. I don't know the numbers and Statistics Chicago. But I do know that when we were. We were approached a concerning turning these types of measures that we were able to justify the fact. That what we're doing when we gave the information as to where the crimes were happening where shootings were happening. Where are street-level robberies? Were happening and then we showed that our our enforcement actions and activities were geared towards those particular neighborhoods in those particular areas and so therefore for once again. We were stopping people who are committing infractions. motor-vehicle stops in those areas. And that's what we were doing so that may be exactly. Actually what Chicago was doing. If that is what's going on then I give them my whole heart in full support in what they're doing in that needs to be understood by people right so just because you gotta be very careful when you look at numbers and statistics because there may be reasons behind this. I'm not saying not to look into I'm not saying that the ACLU and other watch groups now look into these matters but there may be a justification for it right there may be a justification for what's going on so you can read more about that and the a Chicago Tribune namely articles as traffic stops by Chicago. POLICE SPIKE ACU ask. Why minorities are still pulled all over much more than whites sticking with Chicago just for a minute here? This was a story I think from December but I'll mention it again here again is that they the new interim police chief that they have has decreased the or eliminated the merit system for promotions things. And I think that that's very key when we talk about police corruption when we talk about why police officers playing drugs on people while they are selling drugs and trying to boost up their numbers burson trying to increase their arrests. What the question is why a lot of times they doing that? Well the merit system is essentially. Someone's going up for promotion if Chicago has some type of A testing process I e a written test in on maybe some type of oral board presentation Then maybe another component of the testing process is merit test right. So how many arrests do you get..
"miss gardner" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Driving seventy miles an hour in a thirty mile an hour zone and not only did he kill my son he hit another vehicle as well and when I pressed for a prosecution ms going to turn down a manslaughter charge Turner says the police did a thorough job investigating the crash that's a college the reports and everything this man had opiates in his system alcohol in his system and he had hit another vehicle my son date but ms Gardner did not have evidence in order to prosecute for manslaughter that was crazy Turner believes the gardener passed on the case for personal reasons because Turner once criticized her on Facebook for another case in her family this one involving a grandson my grandson had an incident where he accidentally shot his best friend the young man that was killed his parents even came down here to please to lower the bail so they can get him out and ms Gardner ones even tried to put armed criminal action up on his case when that was not the fax at all the eight did did miss Gardner prosecute your grandson the accidental shooting it yeah she did he get convicted yes he got convicted for involuntary manslaughter you think it's because you criticized her for that publicly that she didn't prosecute that our driver and killed your son exactly why she did it she's a very vindictive person Jim Gardner was not at the rally and nobody from her office was immediately available to give her side of the story there is always another side of the story in court cases well the whole of the story I'm Kevin killing.
"miss gardner" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"We're used to this. At least they didn't get fucked by the wraps at least they didn't get sued by like a weird obscure rule rule at the very end of some weird chapter. That just got rid by Mike. Mike Pereira they didn't get fucked over by a Hail Mary. So it's like it's a normal loss for the lions. Just go home. Yeah Randall COBB. By the way has turned back. The clock eve four catches one hundred. Fifteen yards isn't that pisses me off the Randall. COBB is now good again And the cowboys. I don't know what to make of the cowboys. I think they have tough schedule down the stretch and I think even the eagles losing today the eagles probably have the inside track. Save a lot easier schedule in the last game last Cowboys Eagles game is in Philly. But the cowboys offense events like they have so many weapons are so good they are defenceless. Their defense can't hang is much. I'm glad that you brought up the eagles because everything that Dak does you have to compare to what Carson Carson Winston Right. They're always gonna be compared right now. I'd say Dak probably has The leg up on Carson. Yeah I would much rather have Dako my team than costs right now. It doesn't doesn't help curse. Moments like has no wide receivers can stay healthy but you catch the ball. Yeah we're catch. We'll get there okay. How about Jason Garrett he met with the team this week and basically apologized to him. So this is this goes back to the whole kirk cousins apology spreading thing. He got beat by Kirk cousins. And Primetime time and then he had a players only meeting with Jason Garrett where he just said to him. Hey guys I'm sorry. I ruined a lot of stuff for you guys. I'm taking responsibility. I ran the ball with Zeke Elliot. Even though Dak was having the best game ever so the key right now if you WanNa win in the NFL is find somebody to say. You're sorry too. I liked that I liked that. So Jason Garrett still probably probably going to get fired I I feel like unless they win the Super Bowl and even if they win the Super Bowl Jerry Mike Fire Yup and just like you know what it's time for chain. Yeah he likes he likes moving things in and out. It just feels like this is cherish getting itchy You know Okay next up. Jaguars Colts Let's start with a Trey Wingo tweet. That didn't happen but I know he wanted to. How could you bench Uncle Rico for Napoleon? Dynamite Yeah Trey wingo definitely. He thought about that thought about tweeting that but that was nick. FOLES comeback game there. There was basically one good drive and then it sucked Jacoby percent. It was his comeback into yes so he looks really did you know that his unofficial agent is bill parcells. I did yes I know. Best Friends in Florida. They they met yes so he jacoby percent doesn't have an agent because in his words he doesn't want anybody else bullshitting on his so. He negotiated his whole contract with the colts by himself with the aid and advise Mitt of bill parcells. Yeah which is such a funny conversation to imagine happening. Well a special because you. Kobe percent probably went to his meeting with a big cowboy hat and it was like. Let's do let's do some. Let's let's take our belts off unless Negoti. Let's do it. The the best play. This game was a play the count which is Quinton. Nelson's one yard touchdown run. They got taken off the board but the celebration stands forever. Yes he did it. Cakes took like five people to lift them up in the air. I think it's almost better that it didn't count because it's like it's it stands even more now it's more memorable right for sure and I was just I was looking at that and thinking dear God how many any beers you think Clinton also could drink and once it probably like probably seventy or eighty wade Boggs IAN amount of beer would be consumed that man he has like a he has is like a six pack. I've never seen someone who is big and strong as him and like has to put on weight to be an offensive lineman and still be as ripped so maybe I would see even just not drinking beer. Because he's just all he wants to do is pancake people. Yeah but that's easiest way to put on weight though. True is just making just drinking beer and eating literal guess the only only downside to having him run the ball is. He's not there to block for himself in front of himself. Right which is why didn't get into the end zone and in credit sue the colts for being like. Hey we're just going to run the ball. Aw and run the ball and run the Baltimore. I think they had was a two hundred fifty or two hundred sixty four rushing yards. Yeah insane is crazy in like today's NFL. I kinda love it. The culture throwback team where Jacoby said is is. I think they did that because Jacoby percents coming back from his injury. We don't want to put too much stress on them but it does feel like the colts can just go and like go hat on hat men up Footba when they want it. Yeah that makes me so happy. Yeah you're right. Yeah I saw so you tweet this out earlier today about how when you went to saint almost you ask them what Andrew Luck ordered. Hank was there. Remember that Hank and he orders the chicken in the peyton manning room downstairs in the basement. There's five years ago on a big deal and we not a big deal. I think Burger King had paid for us to be there and we we were sitting there and the waitress was like we asked. Ghosh's Peyton manning room so used to always come down here it's like Yep soon as Andrew Luck come here now. She's like Oh yeah he comes not as much as Peyton. What does he order he gets? It's the chicken. Yeah nervous. Little Bird Murmur he is. That's right hired. Harbaugh was one hundred percent correct. It is what do you think percents orders. He probably just gets only shrimp. Only only the cocktail I would say he gets or he does like Bonin. Bonan rib eye and then eats it with his hands. Yeah he's he's a man's man when the helmet brings his own Cowan. Yes he's like. I'M GONNA kill this at my table if that's fine. Cut this this house neck real quick and pleaded out. Yeah Yeah So. That's that's what the colts are now. They have whatever you are in the NFL. If you don't have the most talent which the colts don't as long as you have an identity you can wit the I like they have an identity. There's there's no what they WANNA do. Their identity is basically Quinton Nelson is going to act like. He's in a bar fight against the worst Frat at your school and just run around shoving five guys over and then Brandin. Baldy watches the tape on Monday and just keeps us nuts coming off coming. Yeah just get so excited Okay so now the culture so now I in the AFC south. And I think they're playing Thursday night against Houston right. Yeah Okay Lewistown definitely and the jags eggs. I don't know what to do. I I was all in favor of starting foles because you kind of have to. Because we'll you're paying him but he was bad. After the first touchdown I miss. I miss my Uncle Rico Man. Yeah Yeah I mean Trey Damn I really did. I Miss Gardner meant you say what you want about him. He he makes Sunday's a little more special around my house. It was also pretty weird. That the Jags I think they ran the ball like nine times. which is the opposite of felt felt? I don't know maybe they're like. Hey we have nick foles back. He can do everything. Let them air it out a little bit better. They realized that Leonard Fournette is just getting unlucky. Recently long runs. Was it Jamal Adams and Leonard. Fournette got in this league off. Yeah that was on Friday. I think it was a Leonard saying those it was because of the LSU Alabama fighters on Monday night. That's where it started. Oh I thought it was. I thought it was Thursday because of the myles Garrett thing it was and Leonard for Leonard Fournette said Jamal Adams faked and injury or the other way around. I think maybe Jamal Adams terrible job of retail. Yes but you get it bottom line guys has busted his boss. Yeah the bottom line is beautiful to watch the. NFL can do this. League to four nights at Jamal Adams was hiding during a party at Lsu. And then Jamal Adams said coming from the guy that quitting on our team and faked an injury And then Leonard Fournette was like well I still went fourth overall so just like it was all kind of fair. Yeah yeah all right before we. It's next one. chivas leading blended Scotch. Whiskey chivas Regal has launched a special new blend chivas thirteen thirteen Manchester United special edition. We actually got some some to our desk delicious. I had a glass on on Friday night for dinner so good and I'm not like a big drinker and Chivas is I might have to get back on the wagon because in honor of the team's not turn Monday nights. I hope that's not true. Yeah definitely not clean up night. In honor of teams thirteen premier premier league title wins under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson portions of the thirteen year. Old Scotch are selectively. Finished in American Ri- casts to magnify the sweet delicate delicate notes of the unrivaled Chivas House. Style resulting in an exceptionally smooth scotch with notes of sweet juicy Orange Citrus creamy milk chocolate and a dusting dusting of Cinnamon Shiva's thirteen Manchester United special editions. The first thirteen year old Scotch to be released by chivas exclusively in the US and is available on shelves. This fall chivas. Regal is re Gal I think is the world's first luxury whiskey renowned for its benchmark quality and taste style substance and exclusivity he sh- Chivas regale believes that blended is better in life and in Scotch just by it because guess what I struggle pronouncing it but I no. It's really good whiskey because I've had it and I'm giving you the big cat stamp approval. I'm giving you the PF stamp of approval and be the Hank stamp of approval. We love of it so you need to get it chivas regal thirteen do it now Okay let's do bills dolphins next bills. This guys you ready for this. This was the Josh Allen is huge. This was his best game as a pro and I want to take this moment to pat ourselves on on the back. We know that we nailed it. So quick pat hit it. Hit it. Hit Hidden Hills to draft Josh Allen. They listened and they're they're reaping the rewards awards right now in the form of a double digit victory. At the dolphins. He had three touchdowns and rushing touchdown after that game. Do you think Brian floors pulled. His son was like hey. If you ever do a fucking onside kick in a game that I'm trying to lose I will kill you. That was my say something nice about the Dolphin. It was nice it was an awesome onside kick and it was the second one that's been recovered all season. It was a very it was a great onsides kick but it really accomplish if I'm their coach or on the GM of the dolphins if they even have one. I'm mad that we're trying that hard to win a game. I think the the kicker recovering his own onside kick is one of the most electric plays in football. Because you don't know what to do ever happens right. It happens like you get to see at once. Every few years were just perfect and he did it perfectly the downside to record to recover your own onside onside kick as a kicker is in the immediate aftermath usually get like a hip bump or like a shoulder bumper something from one of your own players knocks you down onto the ground. Yeah because then you look like a worst recover cover internal. Yeah and then you get up and do like jump up and then get smoked and then you get smoked by her own. Yeah exactly just crawl off the field. If I was a kicker in that situation Josh Allen has five straight games with two touchdown and zero interceptions now also be rushing not just passenger. We'll kind of me ED. Zero touchdowns passing two rushing but either way I feel like this is the Josh Allen is like starting to show it And it feels exciting for the bills and I have a question for. UPS Two bills or now seven three best record since nine hundred ninety three this far in the nineteen ninety nine sorry. This far formed the season the team they have beaten. I don't I don't care talk legit. Yeah that's what you said. Seven wins seven in three okay so they beat seven. NFL teams that are combined. Fifty five agreed they beat seven. NFL Teams Fifteen. They're they're legit. The bills are legit aged. I looked at their schedule too. We do this every week with the bose. We look ahead but it doesn't matter like there's no way that they can keep playing this type schedule and they're not going to but I think they're going to win three more games. I if your bills fan. I think you're well within your rights to just say to openly admit it's all right here we haven't eaten anyone we don't care Seven entry entry is seventy three. You are sometimes. You're basically playing like the big ten west schedule You get to beat up on on like purdue and Well Nebraska. I don't WanNa be meeting a BRASSICA. I've been trying not to be meaning BRASSICA but You get beat up on some people and then you get to say look at us. We're awesome listen. You can only play who they schedule you so if you want to go back and talk you know ten years in the future we can talk about scheduling some more difficult out of conference opponents bills. We when we when we get when the bills scheduled Florida state they were still exactly..
"miss gardner" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Does go to Michael in New York when Sirius XM one twenty six Michael hi I'm in now I'm well okay you know after what I've seen her in the past twenty four to forty eight hours in regards to a pen to lay off five week except it's say Patric which the PBA president that the police union president has really shown his true colors everybody poops might call for Eric I would say this we'll have to look at it eighty four you got a record that because you you wanna you faded out on I said that ABC news my call women no investigation and accountability again PBA president Patrick Lynch givin hits whether it before we have any further guidance and before we have any further Daniel Pascoe whales this is a guy who is not an ethical union laughed AT what ethical he will call the cops and the mind and that the chokehold and what ever else isn't Bob is banned I cannot do much to defend you guys so be careful don't do it has he done it I don't think so instead what you hear is temp constantly coming up with the bison racist racist weather right and when it comes to people like us voicing concerns we at the dog where the enemies we had the cockaded now I mean I think we speak out on this stuff in the way that we're doing but not the way I'm doing I'm looking out for our crops and meet Daniel Pantaleo losses job but look company car had lost their freedom because they got busted on federal civil rights violations the last time we had a chokehold incident was Francis will boldly and this was before cell phone video and it said about I mean the guy who lives and what the pace of narrative and thinks he's gonna what the police department and want the nation and anybody else in opposition its like damn months no we can't be having that there are laws in place does the constitution and up the choke hold it's officially banned pretty much Daniel Pantaleo you know don't himself are holding this one and we have to go after the people like Dan Donovan old tossed the case to begin with after his three again I'm glad of that was for people around the country the district attorney in Staten Island they refused to indict of the officer and later Terry o'neill P. whacked he later ran for Congress and one and then lost in his reelection yeah exactly so it's a whole bunch of people that we have to get out there to put a stop to this madness I'm with miss Gardner all the way on this we got a core these people out we had twenty five years it's a tragedy not a crime excuse from if the wage and not once had he any by on his camp come out with the correct the plan of action to book or if such any further track need one Michael that on there one of the things that I raise and thank you for your call is I have and I've said this before here's why don't the policemen particularly policemen of color stand up and vote out somebody union leaders they keep covering up just define all making excuses for blatant videotaped police abuse aw they're paying union dues I would love to see some a policeman said I'm not paying my dues to pay for lawyers that are going to defend people that are killing my people that's not a using your union do and if you've got fifty cops fifteen go make that statement it would go it would re sound around this country of not the world let's go to let's go does chip Kita in Texas you keep today I was calling because I wanted to share a little bit of my story with you guys hello what if they happen to me I thought the month long phone call with borough is sick dominantly White we had a special election they came out this past month due to one of the city council members getting killed so the sea became available and my major I am the first African American to ever get anything is the city of bars like this he politics and the so I'm gonna have my cards stacked against me we held a public forum three weeks ago no two weeks ago so you know introduce the applicant there were running for the position and it was horrible it in only three of us showed it before I showed a I had a message that soon me and reference to a white guys saying that he had it all black people he had a shock than anything is and he was too that a pair of Jordan's because there was like the black man's shoes and he was showing how much she hated so you know I kind of felt like I was being targeted and threatened so I reported it to one of the ladies that was helping me get further educated in the position I was running for those she talked to her of the experiences stuff like that and they came back that I had the you know reporting from my local authority that I'm saying it to say it is I feel like my own CD that I've been working in four years I'm a native there I was born and raised there they'll let they didn't feel threatened when I was working as science around the community but then whenever I stood up and I was like Hey I want to be a part of having a say so in my community then all of a sudden it was like everybody will automatically wow what city is this intense this is William Burroughs fixes now also I have several certifications from medical military from bowling always now and like I said I've been for a whole year faithful to my CD because I wanted to improve it I blushed last year and this was your program the plain little school and a high school so whenever the little school she did get ready to integrate into high school they will have this year they will be able to steal social leave lady in we're having technical training schools like I'm trying to get the key is the part of the city council is internship so we can raise up you know the next generation that interested in what's going on in our city but now that I've become an advocate of that nobody is back at me nobody wants to jump aboard I've been getting death threats are being in her red light is just learned that wow would thanks for sharing that let's go to carry in Illinois these things are real and when people can just call up and tell you the stories you need to really understand why we continue to struggle let's go to carry in Illinois W. V. O. in sixteen ninety eight AM in Chicago Kerry good afternoon Reverend Sharpton good afternoon all my will lose their career one caller about how Donald Trump to sell black people which we know that's not true and I wanted to say something about that but it's not much to say is that what do you say about a present and their lives every day not only does it does a lot my four one Kerry I've been going back they haven't been going up but I want to talk about JZ real quick and also about air guard which is very the issue for me was you're not you don't go out and talk about a man who's willing to have his agenda and did you try to serve the jungle part bites and let's get old so are we going to get over it just this is so why not try to work with the man or have your own agenda but you don't have to cut him down and then the Eric garner case this is what bothers me up about that the man supposedly was selling cigarettes and he died for cigarettes what's your take dealer rules to get a burger the other guy in el Paso he comes out with his hands up more resolutely to the ground itself no a guy you Corey what's selling Lucy cigarettes let god go with some cigarettes that is just totally up Sir we are glad we fought and continue to fight five years in thank you for your call and and then we say it is I think that Kerry raised to point that I raised because all kind of media of actually about the controversy would cabin again JZ my position is let us not forget the point is not a at the Lee again as a rap on is the point is the injustices that J. dad of cabin big to good me for and that was their god and Michael brown in Ferguson and Trayvon Martin let us not get distracted because they would like to make there's just some gossip column of thing between two rich all successful blacks one took a stand the issue is the in justice and as one that has been on the front lines of the very justices cabinet took me about a big wood cabinet did was very important it xcelerated the attention but the attention is on the in justice and anyone do people say well let's go to the next step as long as that makes that addresses the injustices but if you can't tell me how it's not going to affect that then what are we talking about going to the next step and I have nothing against athletes all rap was when the bill was in jail I went down there in protest of them going to jail and visited him in jail but the issue is the injustice not the statue stardom of all involved and I know to press one to meet the track one with another I'm not dealing with that I'm attacking the injustices that were perpetrated their calls this in the first place it's ironic that at the same weekend we see this blow up is the same mind the after that weekend that the office with a choke Eragon it does this is job he should have in my judgment had to face a jury and eighty of criminal proceeding and the the police that was standing there and did not stop him it did not warn him when they heard what.
"miss gardner" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"I to get to one more great area out of this hilarious indictment of William Don Tisby yesterday handed down. And he's asked again and again, did you ask the mistress any questions during the interview? Nope. You never asked the key witness, whether she had seen a photograph, no serve with Mr. Tisby wasn't she responded, your questions, Mr Martin? He's talking to Jim Martin, the former US attorney, let me say this again, I told her to tell her story to me, and I just sat there and I listened to her story. Okay. So your testimony. Is that you didn't ask this key witness any questions about the events that you were investigating? You simply let her talk. I simply let her talk you ask no questions. No questions other than I said to her the normal stuff like who are you? That's preamble stuff. The preamble stuff. Yes, sir. Okay. But almost all this report is simply her talking without any questions being asked. Yes, sir. Are you confident you didn't ask any questions I'm confident? Well, then they found the videotape his testimony was false. In fact, he asked over one hundred and fifty questions during the course of the interview of the mistress and, again, the circuit attorney MS Gardner, made no effort to correct this testimony, even though she sat by his side as he asked those questions. So who will be indicted next? This. I've never seen anything like this been around this town thirty two years. Almost thirty to thirty one I don't know what it is got here in eighty eight thirty one. This is the circuit attorney. This is the top prosecutor. This is in court under oath. Does that mean anything? And by the way, this guy was an FBI agent. Now he had lied to the FBI in the past, but it was about bigamy. So it's kind of different maybe personalized one thing, how do you how do you sit in a deposition with the former US attorney grilling you? I guess you didn't know his videotaped or you knew it was videotaped and you thought the video machine didn't work. Okay, let's get to a few of these phone calls here. And if this hang on a second, my friend RIA, you are first up to bet and I'll ask everybody to be brief into the point. What do you make of this indictment? I think not even strange because it's more demon strange. That's all you hear for war. She now we hear right in our own backyard. When people get put on the line from cheating, and for just standing there with their son sticking out, help help. Yes. And. I think more people are in trouble. I think more people in trouble. Boy, I'll tell you what. When Rex Burleson picked Jerry Carmody to investigate this. He wasn't joking. Burleson apparently was very upset with all the proceedings. So he picked a guy who had a lot of experience. Gerald Carmody by the way, whose daughter used to work in the circuit attorney's office. So they knew where the bones were buried, and they went right for the information who's next I guess. It's bill. Hi, bill. You're on camel ex. Yeah. The first observations Charlie is the sum. Those same, or portly guy ever get to be an STI. No kidding. Seen it just seems like they're stupid. And in this day and age from writings on the circuit. The FBI guy, but also goes to Chicago with the frost. Don't these people realise that technologies Jeffrey and all they're just job? But the arrogance is that would really is most concerning to me. It's like they say just keep telling a lie. People don't believe he, he, he had said, I got no notes from the circuit attorney she she sent me notes. Well, a simple Email search of all her records when, when the police this past spring they stormed the computers, they found her. They found her Email with sixty two lines of notes that were sent to him. He didn't. He realize that someone can go in there and capture that you're right? Hello, john. You're on camel X Renan. Thank you for taking my call. Thanks. Thank you for calling. It's not surprising. I. Charles dickens. But this could be a tale of two cities or more correctly tale of two Kims and thing is there only one letter in their names. Kim Gardner and Kim feels and both are in trouble who's can field. Attorney of Sukasto. Oh, okay. And Jesse Similac case seriously as miss Gardner. But they're both they're both female that can't be the reasons maybe it's because they're both named Kim. I let me tell you something. A classmate of mine who is a black female is now the prosecuting attorney in the Bronx, and she's doing a fantastic job by all accounts. And I don't think that race or gender has anything to do with this, because the guy we're talking about is male, first of all, now, the NWEA CPI agrees with you dolphins Pruitt is in this morning's paper, saying that this is. It's all because of her race. That's why we're going after don't think so. I don't think Rex Burlington's doing this because of race. Hello, Bill, you're next on chemo ex. Bill. You gotta turn your radio down Keith. You are on chemo ex. Well, thank you, Charlie short show, your show since I'm mostly retired. But anyway, just wanted I kidded my brother-in-law who lives at Kirkwood recently that Missouri is just following illinois's lead of Korea. Titians. No kidding. No kidding. Jordan, you're on camel ex high. So I'd like to know you have all these text messages and emails, which device did it come from. There are some serious questions about whether or not Kim Amine team a third cellphone. So I'd really like to know who's looking into that will the Missouri house of representatives look into that. Because if that's the case that is a huge, huge issue. Now who, who, who, who would have the third phone Kim or m Gardner? Kim gardner. Well, I think they've got enough already do they need a third phone. The third phone is what I think may or may not contain a lot of Sturt, including there. Scott fawn, yes. Scott foaming contributor to camel X radio who took one hundred thousand dollars to Albert Watkins, the attorney extensively, so he would write a book about this. And that's been more than a year ago, I guess, when when is that book coming out? Someone was who, who did Scott Albert Watkins, represent. I forget he represent the husband. He represented the husband of the mistress who brought all this to the forefront. All right..
"miss gardner" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Consideration should be given to implementing security measures governing access to the data providing better source for banks to verify the accuracy of the beneficial ownership data. They will receive will allow them to comply with the requirements and intent of the benefit ownership goal. Thank you again, for inviting me today, and I look forward to your questions in this hearing place Tuesday before the Senate banking committee chaired by I'd a-hole, Republican Mike Crepeau very much miss Gardner. Mr. allows my first question to you and it basically is. Succinctly if you can't what exactly should the United States? What should congress do in terms of creating a beneficial ownership regime? Thank you for that question. Chairman look, I think whatever regime. It should be simple. It should be concise, for example, if you mayor. What the CDC CD does it six questions, seven questions at best. It's the information is very basic. Information data birth were address phone number, who the beneficial owners, very simple, and we can make it work. I think that's the best that's the best advice. I can give you and who should collect that data. I think that the consensus here is that needs to be collected in one place, and wherever you put it as long as you resource that place correctly, whether it's had Vincent or some other location. I think that's going to be essential to law enforcement that you can go one stop shopping that you could go to one place, and as long as it's appropriately protected that is guarded that there is a mechanism for people who, who should be looking at it. And there's a mechanism for those people who abuse it or go into. And there's punishment at the end of the day, those are critical. It's important information that law enforcement needs to have. And we have an obligation to secure it. Thank you. This question would be to each of you. And again, since time is very for our questions. Please be succinct as you can. But there's been some suggestion. As an example, the consumer Bankers Association and the material submitted for today's record recommends that the responsibility for collection of the beneficial ownership information be shifted from the banks to fencing. What do you think of that proposal? When you say shifted, what does that mean because the CD rule is in place. And I think the banks are collecting that information. And by the way, even before the CD rule was passed many banks collecting that information regardless of CD rural, because it was helping them in their risk based approach at the leave it the way it is. But store it at. I think the banks you collect it. And I think we should be collecting it at the point of Inc. I think you have both of those models. But if you're if you I think I heard you say centralized. Source who that would be it should be created by congress. Well. Yes, you have to have one location where where you get the beneficial ownership information at Inc stage, where you can find it whether it's at Vinson or some other place law enforcement needs to go needs to be able to know where to go with the appropriate protections. Right. And the way to keep it safe, centralized location. One of the problems, Senator with the CD role is collected by the banks, how many hundreds of thousands of banks and law enforcement can't go to one place to get it, right. So you want a central location. Okay. So mister Dunne Toronto Gardner you each got about a minute to spot. So Senator, the banks do in fact collect the customer due-diligence for mation. It is vital to helping them establish a strong BSA platform, and it helps in their risk based approach to understand who their customers are the issue and the gap that we have seen is that, once they collect that information about official ownership at account opening there is no source for them to go to, to verify the accuracy, and completeness and the truthfulness of that information. So what we're suggesting is that there be a centralized place where that information is collected either at formation by the states or in a centralized database at national level, that would allow both the banks to verify the accuracy of the formation, but it would allow a one stop shop for law enforcement also to collect that information. Thank you. Mr. dantonio in from some perspective. Central repository someplace. We can go one stop shop is put it is extremely helpful right now, this fifty different states that we have to go through for a corporation formation if even keep with a or as robust of assistant, they're all different. So for us to go to one location is going to be quicker and faster more less time consuming, for us in process that we have right now. If it's a very nice job with the BSA filings and the repository for them. It's a system that we know in law enforcement we have we have access to the data as something that is easy. They're very good partner with us as well. So from from a law enforcement perspective, FinCEN is a good is a good place. So I'm hearing consensus that we need a centralized beneficial ownership collection system. Got six seconds left. Can you give me your? I heard Mr. Don tunnel just that he thinks FinCEN is a good place for that. Any disagreement with that? The only caveat as long as we're resource appropriately to take in that new data. And the way we take it independent on what you're asking for right. Because if you're asking for a lot of bells and whistles, it's going to cost more. So I just wanna make sure this resource and the support since then or any antibiotic keep the information faith but provide that access. All right. Thank you. Senator Brown shared Brown of Ohio is the ranking democrat on the Senate banking committee, Germany Blanco's start with you. Know to my statement the New York Times reports deutchebanks private wealth division sidestepping standard procedures, quash, suspicious activity reports senior compliance fficials prepared on business activities of the Trump and the Kouchner organizations were, you aware of activities that don't you? Senator because of the rules procedures treasury just like I had at the department of Justice. I can't comment on any whether a heaven knew about it. Whether there was an open investigation, whether we don't have an open investigation. All I can tell you is that the information is out there, and we will look at whatever information is appropriate. If there's something appropriate does that mean you are planning to look into a Senator? It's out there people investigative agencies can look at it if that's what they wanna do. I'm not telling you. I'm going to look at it. I'm not telling you. I'm looking at it on you. I won't look at it if the information is out there, why would you not look? I've read the information Senator, and we'll take whatever appropriate action needs to be taken if action needs to be taken at all, but I'm not going to say whether we're doing something or not. I think that would be an appropriate. I think that's unfair to the individuals. I think it's unfair to the institution, and frankly, at the end of the day, I think, whether we're looking at it or not how, how would how would you expect to complex Fank like Deutsche Bank, which has? Which has been found in violation of US money laundering laws, which has a pretty sordid past of all the large 'institutions in large financial world. This one certainly near the top in terms of misbehavior in our own regulators found him that are our regulators are now, sort of it's okay, I guess, but how, how do you handle? How do you handle these on politically exposed persons? What, what, what should you be doing? What should they be doing? I think the I think every financial institution foot needs to follow the rules into obliga- Sion's essay and what we expect for them to risk based approach, and I think that there are certain depends on who their client is, and how well they know their client and all those things come into play. But we have in the past talked about politically exposed individuals pets, and we have an advisory out on peps, and we expect that there should be some scrutiny or heightened scrutiny with respect to that. So that, that means. That if senior if a Bank is serving a major client, politically exposed, and that the Bank officials reject essay. Our filings recommended by senior compliance staff you would consider that wrong. No, I know Senator it depends on the institution. It depends on what is running or not. I gotta tell you it really depends on whether or not. They know their customer, whether or not, they know what the information the information that they're receiving. They know what is no they're coming know their customer. Okay. It would be everything is fact, specific right at the end of the day, it could be quite could be quite appropriate, depending. I don't know the facts in this case, I have no idea. But it depends on the facts of the case. It could very well be that the confident that the Bank, felt comfortable that the information that they were seeing that they knew their customer than you were doing it. And they felt comfortable taking that risk each Bank is different and each cases difference. But I would obviously, but if this, I, I would assume that because this thing has had a history of violations that you wouldn't look a little bit more aggressively in critically at the advice from many on this committee would be for you to do that, when banks have the reputation that Deutsche Bank has this isn't a community Bank in sycamore, Ohio Bank, aside, because I don't want to comment on Deutsche Bank or any particular Bank. I can tell you, we take all factors into consideration. When we decide that we're going to look at them, whether they're civilly. Or look at them. Any other way we take a look at all. The fact understand many other regulators in this new Trump from administration are seeming to help Deutsche Bank on other issues understand that if you make these decisions. Okay, questions real quick for Mr. dantonio, you've been working for years, and secure beneficial ownership information from companies out there formation. Thank you for that. Described the urgency of the threat to the US financial system. And as you do that, would you work in a concrete sense of the ways you've seen bad actors use shell companies? Yes are thirty seconds. So long as you want. I mean with Mr Chairman, of course, so money laundering, just in general, is a huge issue as I testified before this committee to two trillion dollars globally. Three hundred billion dollars, at least in the United States in that's, that's just a small. I think so benefit ownership goes hand in hand with. Money laundering, and the ability for criminals to ups gone with the procedure of the crime, as you stated in your statement before their moneylenders victimless crime is definitely something that people don't see when they do money laundering is not a victim at the end of the rainbow there is it could be an elderly person it could be anyone. So it is extremely important for us to dive into the money laundering issues and beneficial ownership is, is extremely time consuming, for us to unravel the shells peel back that onion, if you will using that a lot of reference of, there's a lot of onion and onion, there's a lot of layers as we peel back each one, we see more and more layers, and that takes time. So it is extremely important. We have cases that we put in a statement and I put in my statement that takes us six months to two year longer to do because we don't have the information that's readily available for us. We can get a gun. But sometimes we hit the hurdle that we can't jump over. Keep Senator to me. Thank you. Thanks very much, Mr Chairman, and thanks for doing this hearing. I have no doubt that there are many, very bad, people who use shell companies to. Commit some very bad crimes. I am concerned, I think one of the things that I'd like to understand better is whether the burden that we are currently or contemplating imposing on her innocent parties. And I think everybody acknowledges that the vast overwhelming majority of shell companies in America. Are completely legal and appropriate. Improper, and there is no criminal activity there. And so we need a balance between the burden. We impose on people to provide information, relative to whatever benefit law enforcement is able to obtain from it. So. In this latter category. One of the questions that comes to mind if we require beneficial ownership information at the time.
"miss gardner" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Bill and New Jersey will start a soft today. Bill go. I want to just start by talking about the one game playoff because I think that's where we're headed. Right. And can. For the record. I gotta turn onto Mike here for the record. There's no I think we're headed there you're headed there. That's it. It's just a question of where it is. So let let's talk about the one game. You gotta have your strongest defense on the field, especially up the middle. We got Hicks. We got the. Has been somewhat inconsistent by you know, he's got the potential, but you cannot afford to have Sanchez as the catcher in that. There is no chance in hell based on right now that Sanchez's catching that game. Showcase. So then he has to D H though, because you don't want to take you as bad. Okay. So that's taking the bat out of the hands of someone like an Andrew mccutchen. Who maybe you thought would have been a good possibility. Andrew mccutchen has been no price. He's any say to twenty-five Sanchez has been no prize all season. Well, true. But at least he's got he's got some pal now talk. Let's talk about pitching from right now the only kill pitches I can starting that game or half. Tanaka. Yup. And it's gonna come down to one of those two because Severino you can't trust him enough right now to put them in a one game playoff. How do I agree with all of you? Let's go to a six man rotation. Let's take the heat off of everybody. Let's give everybody a little bit of a break any gray. And let's bring in Sheffield. Oh, let let somebody else the arms wrote tired. But I mean, and let's work with Sanchez over the over the winter. We've got to see whether he can really be majorly catch it because what I saw last night, and what I've seen for the last year and a half is not at the level of major league catcher. Yeah. I mean, it also have Siga well to who pitched two good innings the other night. Wait a minute. What was done? Limit. Did they stash down there? So that he can bring them back up, and he can still have some Jews left on the other night looked great. Yeah. I thought that you know, they could monitor those, but why not have a guy who could start for you. You know, maybe he only goes four, but fine and then pass it off to some long relief as long as it's Saudi AJ call. Anyway, think about this for real though, who would be your starting lineup for that wildcard game because I'm back of the napkin here going left to right. Are you going to start Gardner, and that gave will I we have to ask ourselves. Do we think judges back? Yes back. I don't know if he's back if you know what I'm saying that you think if he's back doesn't he have to play. Okay. So that would mean judge. Well, let's go left or right. So that means what gardeners and left or Stanton is the left. That means I have to play Stanton and left. Hickson center judge would be and right and do heart Didi Torres envoy around from third to first and then roll mine would be behind the plate in this scenario. So then D A Sanchez de aging. Yeah. So okay. Walker? Neil walker. That's fine. Listen. Korea for defense later. He's left to you. Well, Hex Didi Hicks could be a lefty. Do you trust it and left say you're playing this game? Here's how I have to treat that I trust Stanton and left a hell of a lot more than I trust Sanchez on the plate because Sanchez can have a much bigger impact on the game defensively since you know, it's every pitch was something happens. A Sanchez notice the big one. Sanchez's hamster. Can't play the outfield. Joe to Stanton. Then then I gotta figure out who's playing who's hottest at the time at the plate. Frankly. That's what I'm doing. I mean, how do I mean think about that? I mean, listen we've seen bizarre things when it comes to the we've seen a rod hit Nayef in the playoffs. When when you're not going. Well, so I'm not I'm not putting anything in stone for the one game playoff right now. How did we get here? I mean, we would have started the narrative this guy. Young. Don't talk. Young candidate we've gone to the part where we don't even trust him as our ase for wildcard game. Mike and Ronkonkoma, Michael what's going on? Hey, guys. Gary sanchez. It's been in the organization thousand seventeen years old. And none of this was ever mentioned. You always good. You didn't hear any defensive issues? So this seems like a relatively recently. Characteristically called Sanchez out. Joe was right. Well, yeah. And coming from a catcher that was my other point is that a lot of successful catchers in baseball history. I've been pretty articulate Greek smart guy. Oh. Suggestion where we're. For someone to hint that he's putting out fine. And then not remembering what sign put out and crossing himself up pretty big issue for a professional catcher. Well, yeah, that's that's fair to say in the scouts take on. It was more. Like, this is how ridiculous it looks. That actually makes me think this that was the point of it. Listen, you know, I feel like I don't know I'll tell I'll speak for myself. I feel like I've defended Sanchez a lot this year just because his ceiling and his potential production is just so incredible. That it's the guy who you have to roll with. But at a daylight today, he's indefensible it's really hard because I'm not putting all the blame on him. Because I think Severino also deserves a bit of it. But it's really hard to defend him today. And you know, I'm not sure if this is something that can be corrected before the end of the season. But if not then you are going to be winning in spite of his. His bad defense defense is going to be bad. It's bad has at least be elite Matt's in Merrick New York. Matt what's going on? Mattie, take us off home at. Hey, guys. Are you doing? Doing great mom. So. I just wanted to say. Carlos. You realize some negative. You're on the air. In life. Carl route. I'm kind of. I'm kind of a bastard. It is. Not all the time. But listen there are tons. I get aggravated when I see stuff like last night. And I'm not even a Yankee fan, and I get aggravated seeing that level of play being so poor. I am what I am Popeye brother. Hey, Mattie, negative role. Metal your sushi. Chef. They're cutting tomatoes. Okay. Oh, I actually the stadium for the election. I'm not ready to hear about that too soon. All right. Go ahead. Anyway. Yes, you can definitely tell your stand. It's just, you know, the body language that the way you see this Harry himself. You can slowly jotted wear needs to be especially at this time of year when ovarian his right around the corner. And you know, I think they really need to figure themselves out and ran really goes. You know, I try to stay away from the body language is obviously, it's it's easy to point to an Severino doesn't hide how he's feeling and Sanchez. It's just I I hesitate to try to read the look on a guy's face too much like that he's in LA La Land somewhere. We don't know. We don't know. And sometimes you can get proven really wrong with that stuff. So I hesitate but the product on the field is tariff. But when you get labeled as something it is incredibly difficult to shake that and last night did nothing, but drive home the possibility that Sanchez when it comes to defense is just he's got gotta laziness factor about him is like a perception is reality is the hardest thing it's a race labels in sports because you, but you gotta like over exceed like one of those things like you get one of those labels and man is like having a scarlet letter, man. He didn't do himself any favors last night. He did not bothered port St. Lucie, Florida. Bob. What's going on pay people? What's up, Chris? I don't know about him being lazy, and he certainly portrayed perception by called instinct, I just don't think he has a strong catching instinct three people on the fuel. I need to have strong baseball. I kill centerfield shortstop. And the catcher I wanna see that. Catch your take charge. I'm not seeing from this guy at this point. It really concerns me like everybody else. No cost any new ground here. But, you know, do we want him out of the lineup top call? Really gonna change the dynamics of the lineup. I am being out what possibly putting stands. Now. He'll missing Gardner at this point would bother me in the least bit, you know. The the other day was saying, you know, it's a few days. Let's not get nuts about Sanchez getting back to the plate. So I'm willing to give him an opportunity there to get back into a rhythm. And as Maggie said it already homered last night. Maybe that will help get them back into some kind of a groove and get his timing back. I'm willing to see that. But when you see the other stuff, and you couple it with the fact that he's hitting one eighty six for the season. Oh, yeah. It's tough to take. Other. That says, you know, he needs to sit. But at the same time, you know, and I heard this earlier today, you know, where's the coaching staff and all this body language last night can sitting down venture all by himself. Nobody even come near me. He's got. It's weird weird. When you when you said take charge. I wrote that down, you know, you need centerfield shortstop and catcher those guys to take charge. Nobody is saying that Gary Sanchez is a leader on this team. He's never had that sort of demeanor personality, even behind the scenes people talk about Didi being leader people talk about judge even being a silent leader as a you know, a guy who still so young in his career. I think that first Sanchez that was the part of it that I just really really just the loath last night was the fact that they didn't want to even work it out between the two of them. See? But the thing is where is the leadership because judge is in the dugout. I know he's not playing, but he's supposed to get those guys together. That's what real leaders do. Right. You don't just let you know when a quarterback ahead in my in my profession when a quarterbacks having a bad day or him the limelight receivers bickering. Somebody got to come over and say, listen, man, we're in this together. Let's get it together. You gotta pull together and communicate and not so much because it's gonna fix it. Immediately. But what it does deescalate because it gives them communicating. Look my bag. It gets a little next paid. You look like Severino took the same attitude that he had from from the first inning to the second got back to him on the third so somebody where was the coach or somebody to get the guys together you can't win without Sanchez. I don't believe you can win without Severino and people are led Severino off the hook because he's been bad and horrible for the last couple of outings as well. But we're letting them off the hook. We need him going deep. So the bullpen get tax because we know when you go with C C and all the other guys they can't give you the innings. They talking about leadership also CC in Gardner right to guys who would be leaders on this team who are not playing. Well, and I've heard from you Barr and others that if you're not playing well, you feel like you don't have the right to call other guys out on how they're playing exactly one thirty seven you can blame Giancarlo Stanton for a lot of things. Apparently. Now, you can blame them for the pitching to we'll tell you. Why next? It's that time of year.
"miss gardner" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"It, is, eight. Forty four I'm Debby Monterey along with Mark Martin and. Charlie Brennan segment two. Of overtime we've been talking a lot, about priest sex abuse cases since pope Francis, really the I hope I can remember to kind of take this on, very publicly but now calls for him to resign because he may or may not have known about sex-abuse that of the archbishop. Of DC and here in Missouri, attorney general Josh Holly has announced that his office would launch an investigation into sex abuse. By priests after the archdiocese of Saint Louis reached out and offered to open up its files for scrutiny the diocese of Kansas City. Saint Joseph then quickly followed suit at first Holly resisted investigating, the abuse saying it was up to. Local prosecutors why do you think he has changed? Course, Martin well I think a couple. Of reasons I think there was some, public pressure but it was the letter from Archbishop Carlson and look that was my understanding you know executed because there were people. That were calling the archdiocese allowing or notifying them. That they're not, gonna, make. Donations if this stuff isn't sorted out you know the. Question here in this. Is what Josh Holly said yesterday there, isn't really specific jurisdiction to prosecute any criminal, acts along those lines but he wants to open this up and I, think be transparent and that's what the archbishop is wanting as well so I think it was a combination between pressure and the. Letter but again I think there's, expectations that they have some sort of power here to just start arresting people and that's. Not exactly how this would work well I thought was rather unprecedented how many organizations have called the attorney general and said hey investigate. Me not too many so when archbishop Carlson did this I, thought it was really extraordinary and as. Long as the investigation is free and unfettered and? There, aren't any obstacles or roadblocks put. Up by the church I think it's, a great move by the archbishop Speaking of investigations Charlie came Malek's learned yesterday that a formal complaint. Has been filed with the Missouri bar association against Saint Louis circuit attorney, Kim Gardner for her handling of the Eric greatness case you may remember, her folks during pretrial hearings Gardner was accused of withholding evidence and suborning perjury gardeners office and the greatness legal team. And the Missouri bar have all the Klein to confirm or deny. That a, complaint has been filed what do you think about an investigation into Kim Gardner well I think, it was coming in fact I thought already. The, judge Rex Burleson was looking into both her and l. Watkins Watkins for violating a, gag, order like three minutes after. It was issued which was really, extraordinary So Jerry Carmody is looking. Into that and with regards to miss Gardner well you see the defence of the lawyers for Eric writings were asking for. All of the notes written by the investigators and The investigator said we didn't write any, notes we don't take notes during depositions and yet the circuit attorney was sitting there according to videotape next the investigator while he was taking notes during the, deposition and so it. Sure looked like she was sitting on evidence that rightfully should have been, handed, over to the other side so I think she's got some serious questions to answer about her conduct during the grinds affair Mark the the question. Was should Kim Gardner view investigative, yeah absolutely this is long overdue she should have been investigated from, the very I don't know about the beginning of this. Case but certainly the middle of the case for a variety of reasons now there's going to be only I guess a. Certain amount that the Missouri bar can do but beyond even the legal questions about her performance You know relating to this? Specifically, in what might have been. Done that's unethical I think that the the bigger issue is the incompetency that she is displayed in that office without any transparency, you know it's funny because? Our, friends. At the post dispatch, demand transparency from every position in government from, Steve Steiner to the governor's office except for Kim, Gardner apparently because when's the last time she talked about any of. This stuff well that that's a fair point, although the editorial page anyway of the Saint Louis. Post dispatch has not been complimentary of Kim Gardner Well are you complementary. Of Missouri roadways are you grumbling about? The condition of our roads right now will you. Have a chance maybe to help. Solve part of the problem we'll discuss that when we return for our final segment. 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"miss gardner" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"That left side The one That's. Down away Got the nightcap of this double. Header coming up it'll be sunny great at Andrew cash. At seventy five we will not be calling back game The. One one is outside despite clamoring from America and the local region and local announcers. For us to stay and call. That game we will not call that game We'll go back and study up and get ready for Sunday night. Baseball study study that you want In there for a, strike at Alex to it'll be Severino and. Bundy tomorrow night the pre-game show at seven first pitch we'll come. Your way a little after eight Now they split doubleheaders tougher players I remember as an Orioles player at one here at Camden Yards the to. Swing and a miss Gardner down on strikes Talk about that a little you're telling me about. The recovery component can be especially challenge yeah. It's you, you know some people would think oh it's. Nice to get a couple of hours off, between games you could really rest and recover all after I mean. Really extending yourself in a big league ballgame once you kind of go into recovery mode the body wants, to stay there for the rest of the night and when you've got to try to figure way to turn it back on a couple of hours. Later it's actually harder than starting to game thirty five forty minutes after the first one ended I offering down a away So the preference is is you played at first one, hey forty minutes later whatever it is the next one starts just keep it going but one is outside at low Yeah your. Point, is that you finish playing and you got to curl up on the couch and get some food. In you and then you just gotta want, to veg out interested yes it's operation shutdowns, and it's not just mental that it's also what your body your body's going into now it's going to recover. From the exertion the two old Hamburg? Down the, left, side but foul, books off the side wall going to retrieve it is Andreoli like the double header that. You mentioned did you play both, ends of it I, mean, I I don't remember but it just I, know the feeling of having to be prepared. For the second game I. Played in the first game but just knowing that okay even if I'm not starting the second game I still need to be. Ready to play that was still a challenge the two, one, hit the air, field well-struck bollards. Back Mullins at the wall mullet sleeping and. He's able to make the cats Set Drik, Mullins all five feet eight inches tall Timed his job. And I think he stole a Homer from Giancarlo.
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"Do you worry about who might have access to three d. printed weapons about guns without serial numbers being used by people without background checks? My guest today are Andy Greenberg staff writer for wired. Avery Gardner co, president of the Brady center to prevent gun violence and David COPA associate policy analyst at the Cato Institute and research director for the independence institute, and Dave Coppola when come back to you. 'cause I know you cut you off before the break, but let me just read you a comment and engage you on this question. Here's a comment from Karen on our website. How could this technology be good for anyone but criminal. Nls in gun nutters don't we already have enough guns in this country and Dave, I wonder if you could sort of speak to Avery's concern that this is going to make weapons available to all kinds of people. When out background checks at anytime, isn't that a concern. It has always been legal in this country to manufacture your own firearm for your own personal use. That's that was the law in seventeen ninety. One was law in sixteen fifty, and it's always been the same today. The technologies change, but the the law hasn't doesn't. The technology is doesn't a technology that makes it so much easier and so much more accessible need to be taken into consideration. I mean, this is why regulations are put into effect to keep up with technology. I mean, that's one of these tour, but we've had this technology on the ground for for years. You know, Andy used it in twenty sixteen and it doesn't seem to change things very much. We also have sort of history in this country of getting over excited about new technology, things in the Brady centers brief. In this case, they talked cited approvingly. Concerns about plastic guns that came up in nineteen eighty six. And there was this big story that, oh, Qaddafi of the dictator of Libya was trying to buy plastic guns. And so we have to have some log, it's about plastic guns. Well, is it turned out he was buying Glock pistols which are Harley made from plastic polymers. Let me let me let me respond to around every gardener Brady center. Are you folks getting over excited about this? I don't think anybody could say that there's over excitement on this issue. This is a real threat and it's a threat both domestically which we've been talking about so far, but it's also a threat abroad. And I, I want to just read you something very briefly that was in the government's brief this spring. So this April meaning it was the Trump administration who was saying this, and they said, I quote at issue in this litigation is the United States is ability to control the export of weapons. And it continues on where beyond the reach of US law, they could be used to threaten US national security US foreign policy interests or international peace and stability. That's what the Trump administration believed. And I agree with that statement that in addition to all of the concerns about people who shouldn't have guns three d. printing them in. Their living rooms. We've gotta worry about what's going to happen outside of our nation's borders. What's happening with state sponsors of terrorism on this issue. I want to take some calls from our listeners. We've got a bunch of them lined up. Let's go to Bob who's calling from Boulder, Colorado, Bob, it's good to have you. Thanks for the call. Go ahead. Thank you. I just think this is awesome. I think, is a pardon upon, but it's a, it's a shot in the arm for the second amendment. And I think with the milling machines cost and the three printer costs, obviously it would go down over the years. I think more weapons that are produced the better one thing too is the people claim that they're invisible for x Ray. They're not being honest because the mission is metal. So we put the gun allegedly invisible and then loaded magazine in it, and it's a magazine, not a clip. If here like miss Gardner, she won't know the difference, but loaded magazine and it it's going to be shown up on x. Right? And so that's kind of a very Spurrier notion to begin with Bob, and I appreciate your point of view. Bob, they're calling talking about this a shot in the arm for the second amendment, and we're gonna we'll get to that..
"miss gardner" Discussed on WEEI
"Do it for shreve right hander jonathan holden in from their first as second and third now one out against christian vasquez he would strike outs or big spot there for hold in detention will walk to mookie betts sets up a base of loaded down situation for andrew benintendi hit a one hopper up the middle but the shift was on the shift took away would have been a couple of rbi's for the red sox they do not score third out of the ending so a second and third nobody out situation results in zero runs it stays six five red sox bottom of the eighth i mean they would need those runs matt barnes in facing the a walker and walker greets him with a lead off double off the down the left field line bounce off the wall and runner in scoring position trailing by iran for the yankees and a hard ground ball to second walker third productive out for the yanks now one away for guy torres he would walk all three batters that matt barnes faced all got two accounts he allowed to baserunners the double the walk he'd be taken out there enter craig kimbrel runners on first and third one out alex cora's talked about wanting to get kimberlin a higher leverage situations that might not be safe situations he would come in he would battle brett gardner three to count he fouled off the first three to pitch the second three to pitch he did not miss gardner got a ninety six fastball right down the middle crushes it to left veal batts can't get in the gap both runners score the relay throw is too late it is a threat to triple brett gardner and the yankees had the lead seven two six aaron judge now to the plate wanderer on third one out any breaks it open one swing a two run blast dead center it barely get off the ground got out.
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"Wax news i'm alex bregman lawyers for missouri governor eric brightens lash out at the prosecutor accusing her of hiding evidence that they need to defend their client came alexis kevin colleen was in the courtroom for the latest pretrial hearing at one point the governor's noted defense attorney scott rosenbloom took the podium and told the judge after thirty five years i have never in my practice accused a prosecutor of incompetence or misconduct i am doing that this morning he went on to say that miss gardner is quote either guilty of incompetence or gross misconduct at issue is whether the prosecutor kim gardner turned over in a timely manner some videotape and notes that greitens defense team says is essential not only to defend his may trial but it would have been very helpful to dispute the findings of the missouri house committee by the time they got a hold of it it was too late to make a difference meantime missouri senator rob schaaf is asking president donald trump to call on missouri governor greatness to resign the longtime greitens critic wrote in a letter that he doesn't think writings will resign no matter who asks him to step down several prominent republican and democratic elected officials have still called on him to do just that illinois governor bruce router and legislative leaders met for the first time on the state budget thursday morning ron rask leaders to agree on expected revenues for the next year so they can craft the budget around that he wants a full year budget and no new tax increases senate president john culbertson says they also discussed the need for more money to get the state through the rest of the fiscal year we actually have to pass about a billion dollars minutes up lament on i think it's pretty clear that the government knowledge that as well and of course that's a billion dollars that'll just be added on to the fifteen billion dollars that we are in the whole right now republicans are urging democrats to reduce spending this here noting the state doesn't have to spend all the money it takes in could see a stormy friday with a high around seventy four showers and thunderstorms developing late in the afternoon in the evening we could see some severe weather i'm alex bagman kmox news.