11 Burst results for "Mon El Chapo"

"mon el chapo" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

13:11 min | 2 years ago

"mon el chapo" Discussed on KGO 810

"John rocker will be right here on cagey on I read a story tonight and I really want your reaction to this one. Mexico's president today welcome to a proposal to give the alleged fortune of drug kingpin Joaquin el Chapo booze mom to the country's indigenous people. and so the wealth of Mexico's. annals in the United States should be returned to Mexico. I want to ask you this this may sound interesting to you. but. do you think that the profits of criminals should be seized and return to the people. does that make sense. president over door a veteran leftist to took office in December gave few details on the initiative beyond saying that his government would undertake all necessary legal action to go after money that is stored in the United States and due to Mexicans. not gonna say this initiative may raise eyebrows. the administration of president trump who ran for office vowing to close the border criminals and drugs from Mexico. and accused Mexico taking advantage of the United States on trade. did you know that in July U. S. authorities sought a court order requiring president goes mom. I'm sorry L. Chapel Hill Chapel rather. to forfeit twelve point seven billion dollars made from his drug running career after his conviction this year for racketeering. and drug trafficking crimes now what was stolen from a. let's assume there really is twelve point seven billion dollars for that go to the United States. or should it go to Mexico. and what happens to that money. I mean if you stop and you think about it it's a fascinating concept if you commit a crime and you make a vast fortune. where should the money go wait wait. we have a whole issue now of sex trafficking. and what happens to all of the money. which is made from that. I'm gonna ask you what you think about seizing criminals money. and putting it either to people order governments you know if you stop to think about it if we took all the money that is maybe a legally by criminals in this country sees that we might even reduce the national debt. what do you think of wealth confiscation. criminals. make money. and what do you do with the money. now the United States and Mexico may have an argument about this if in fact news mon el Chapo has twelve point seven billion dollars made from his drug running career and we know where the money is and its C. used where does it go. does it go to the United States for compensation. does it go to the people of Mexico. what do you do with the illegal money. this may sound like a crazy question but one Mexico's president cells says that el Chapo's drug money Goodman's. drug money. should go to the people. now just so you know it a lawyer for goods mon Jose Luis Gonzalez Missouri. said this week his climb propose the billions of dollars in revenue the US authorities have attributed to his business operations should be handed. to indigenous communities in Mexico. it's such a public relations stunt. what happens when when it would criminals money. where does it go. four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten mark calling from Berkeley I'm telling on you leave this off in an intelligent way mark fire away. yes hello the way you're you're giving your putting a fresh driving. so I think one criminal to the next I think that. criminal president dump. the money and build the wall with it. one one to another hold on I got. I just got an email from rob from Richmond. it isn't rod from Richmond it's it's another rob okay who says John el Chapo's vast drug wealth should should like trump advocates go to building the steel slated beautiful border wall Mexico of paid for the Wall fulfilling trump's campaign promise perfect and that's when rob. el Chapo comes to the rescue. now give me your serious solution. I don't have what I I I really don't but I can tell you. you're the best on the air drop my purchase that for a much thank you all the best thank you Sir thank you okay are let's go to Dan calling from San Jose damn welcome to KGO. okay I John hi Dan John Johnson eight here's what here's what I think. the. the Mexican government is so corrupt. I can't see giving them the money I just it back country is tests so corrupt and here's the thing. D.. the yeah what what's his name to el Chapo yes he H. E. R. his wife came to United States and had our daughter in Los Angeles may reside here and I think that. we should build dot wall with that money instead of taking it from the military. I really do it forget it forget to build a wall so that we can protect ourselves from drug runners and all that and I know a lot of it comes and shipped and all that kind of stuff but maybe they can enhance it but use that money to keep it from happening okay let me ask you this though when a criminal. makes a vast fortune and take up steam in this whole business is all on the sharing do you see is the fortune and use it well to reduce the national debt to pay off victims I mean if if if el Chapo's money were used to pay off victims my god can you imagine how many victims there are of his drug run yeah I know I know I I I understand that and you know it I think I think that they should be. a victim CEO Merck murdered people all I'd mangled people whatever for that but. it you have to find out. there's a lot of it intermarriage it intermediaries and between that so how do you how do you find them yeah well that's the question what do you do with the money in the case of el Chapo he's got in the mail. we're not going to build a wall but I can't tell you. even if you build a wall wouldn't solve the problem. maybe if you took the money and applied it to the American national debt or maybe if you took the money and pay it off. in Mexico help people in poverty I don't know asking you. do you do when he sees wealth William calling from Belvedere William answer my dilemma what do we do well I'm not sure what you should do what I know what you shouldn't do yes would you shouldn't do is for gaps that Mexico has a legitimate claim because Mexico sand el Chapo to the United States for trial they were No Way obligated to do that and if they have not done that. they wouldn't have been a trial. and there wouldn't be any issue about whether the United States has any right to any portion of the money. so let me ask you your bottom line. let's assume for a minute but the number that is use of all this money twelve billion dollars what what what where should that money go. well I don't know where the money is now. these people are these kind of criminals often invest the money in the United States. now if it's invested in the United States I have difficulty seeing Tromp willing to send it back to Mexico but there are legal ways to work this out I'm only dealing with the question I have it is not completely at least I believe up to the United States because we they would never even been a trial this would never have been an issue with Mexico had not done its part by sending him to the United States no I I can't argue with you the thing that concerns me though is when you have what is estimated twelve point seven billion dollars made from run running drug running that money is somewhere and if it's found. where does it go your question what if the money is invested in I'm just going to say apartment house in San Francisco. I mean Pete money does doesn't set in in bundles it invested so if all of a sudden it's pulled out of the if there were apartment house in San Francisco the end of the people who are running those apartments would be broke. so a there are a lot of ramifications to be considered is there really are and I find this intriguing the fact that the president of Mexico says the drug well should go back to Mexico I think is a questionable question but listen great great call I wonder where all that money is invested. I don't have it in case you a one I was just curious because I figured with him you'd be able to pay off all my debts I did I would think so much bye bye let's go to Brian calling from Coos Bay Ryan have you a solution to this problem. well I don't know if I have a solution but who's been hurt more the people there been administered did drugs in our country in the people heard in Mexico icing both countries have been hurt by this man. yeah. I don't see why we can't divided evenly and given to the indigenous people which would help because they're hurting and you can put it into drug programs in the United States. you know I don't know who who's been hurt worse by this guy I think you have a very interesting proposition a in both cases the money would go to help not to fulfill a political promise and I think that's the key if we took twelve billion dollars and six billion went here for education on drugs and six billion went there to help the indigenous people that's probably a pretty good solution now let me ask you the question is it fair for any government to confiscate private wealth. in his case I believe so. yeah you know he was a criminal to obtain this money by criminal our AP. I you know I agree and I I guess let me just extend the spur for one more. question for you and that is what do we do with criminals in this country who have made millions if not. tens of dollars in criminal enterprise should the same rule apply to them. absolutely. yep their country should seize it but they got to put an appropriate that money and right away yeah it's it's an interesting it's an interesting question let's not presenting given it to trump is the right solution either because he's not going to use it in the right way well even if he were you know the point is it shouldn't go to an individual and I always know I always think to myself we have a huge national debt approaching twenty three trillion dollars I sure as heck would like to see money applied to paying off that debt and may be when you break up a criminal syndicate that would be a way to do it. I mean it's an interesting theoretical question.

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"mon el chapo" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"mon el chapo" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep Joaquin goose mon el Chapo is on his way to prison for life a federal judge in Brooklyn yesterday sends the head of Mexico's sin a lower drug cartel to life in prison without possibility of parole the sentence also includes a multi billion dollar financial penalty vice news senior reporter Keegan Hamilton has been following this trial since the beginning as opposed to the vice podcast chapel king pin on trial and he's in our studios here in New York a morning morning what's it like to be in the courtroom yesterday it was a moment of drama and and someone unexpected drama I mean the the sentence was mandatory under the law that he was gonna get life but what happened was chopper spoke at length for the first time he hadn't testified in his defense before he spoke a few words the judge good morning thank you during the course of the trial but this was the first time that he'd been really able to speak his mind and so he gave about a ten minute statement that he prepared talking about how to the conditions of his confinement in New York in solitary confinement were torture talking about how he thought his conviction was on just because the court didn't investigate reports of juror misconduct okay I did he acknowledge any of his crimes he really showed virtually no remorse whatsoever at one of his victims of former cartel member who he allegedly tried to have kidnapped and killed spoke and as she was describing this this moment where she was that being abducted he was turned in was blowing kisses at his wife in the gallery so you could really see that he wasn't having much affect on him well I also want to ask because federal prosecutors said he himself tortured people in extraordinary ways and now he says his confinement is torture what about its confinement according to all chapel anyway is torture I mean he he is in perhaps the most extreme form of solitary confinement you could have in the United States he has very minimal human contact no outdoor exercise we talked about how the air in his cell is is giving him migraines and hurting his throat he has to you make your plugs out of toilet paper in order to sleep and now he's going likely to this supermax prison in Colorado which is also a pretty extreme form of solitary confinement meaning that he will have very little human contact from now until whenever he dies exactly right he will he will be at that prison likely until the days gone you know this may be hard to look into the the man's mind but sometimes you hear about a criminal or a dictator an authoritarian who anticipate some day I'm going to come to a terrible and do you think that he knew some day he would face an end like this I mean I hate I hate to read the guy's mind but it's everything that I've come to understand about him is that he thought he could keep getting away with it I mean this is a guy who was he to skip twice from prison in Mexico and was reportedly planning another escape before he was extradited so you know maybe yesterday was the moment he realized that there was no getting out is gonna spend the rest of his life in a US prison but who knows and perhaps only he knows I wonder if he is also bothered by losing the twelve billion dollars that's a penalty right twelve billion dollars well prosecutors are trying to find twelve point six billion dollars but so far they've come up empty and this is that that value is calculated by the total street value of all the drugs that you ship to the U. S. over thirty years so it's not the actual cash asset surely has spent some of that over time certainly and whatever's left somebody else out there in the somewhat similar cartel has I mean perhaps I mean his his sons and his brother have taken over the family business so as soon they have some.

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"mon el chapo" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"mon el chapo" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep Joaquin goose mon el Chapo is on his way to prison for life a federal judge in Brooklyn yesterday sends the head of Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel to life in prison without possibility of parole the sentence also includes a multi billion dollar financial penalty vice news senior reporter Keegan Hamilton has been following this trial since the beginning as host of the vice podcast chapel king pin on trial and he's in our studios here in New York a morning morning what's it like to be in the courtroom yesterday it was a moment of drama and and someone unexpected drama I mean the the sentence was mandatory under the law that he was gonna get life but what happened was chopper spoke at length for the first time he hadn't testified in his defense before he spoke a few words the judge good morning thank you during the course of the trial but this was the first time that he'd been really able to speak his mind and so he gave about a ten minute statement that he prepared talking about how to the conditions of his confinement in New York in solitary confinement were torture talking about how he thought his conviction was on just because the court didn't investigate reports of juror misconduct okay did he acknowledge any of his crimes he really showed virtually no remorse whatsoever at one of his victims a former cartel member who he allegedly tried to have kidnapped and killed spoke and as she was describing this this moment where she was that being abducted he was turned in was blowing kisses at his wife in the gallery so you could really see that he it wasn't having much affect on him well I also want to ask because federal prosecutors said he himself tortured people in extraordinary ways and now he says his confinement is torture what about its confinement according to all chapel anyway is torture I mean he he is in perhaps the most extreme form of solitary confinement you could have in the United States he has very minimal human contact no outdoor exercise we talked about how you know the air in his cell is is giving him migraines and hurting his throat he has to you make your plugs out of toilet paper in order to sleep and now he's going likely to this supermax prison in Colorado which is also a pretty extreme form of solitary confinement meaning that he will have very little human contact from now until whenever he dies exactly right he will he will be at that prison likely until the days gone you know this may be hard to look into the the man's mind but sometimes you hear about a criminal or a dictator an authoritarian who anticipate some day I'm going to come to a terrible and do you think that he knew some day he would face an end like this I mean I hate I hate to read the guy's mind but eats everything that I've come to understand about him is that he they thought he could keep getting away with it I mean this is a guy who was he to skip twice from prison in Mexico and was reportedly planning another escape before he was extradited so you know maybe yesterday was the moment he realized that there was no getting out is gonna spend the rest of his life in a US prison but who knows perhaps only he knows I wonder if he is also bothered by losing the twelve billion dollars that's a penalty right twelve billion dollars well prosecutors are trying to find twelve point six billion dollars but so far they've come up empty and this is that that value is calculated by the total street value of all the drugs that he shipped to the US over thirty years so it's not the actual cash assn surely has spent some of that over time certainly and whatever's left somebody else out there in the somewhat similar cartel has I mean perhaps I mean his his sons and his brother have taken over the family business so as soon they have some money but they're not gonna be providing that.

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"mon el chapo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"mon el chapo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And by the listeners of KQED it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep Joaquin goose mon el Chapo is on his way to prison for life a federal judge in Brooklyn yesterday sends the head of Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel to life in prison without possibility of parole the sentence also includes a multi billion dollar financial penalty vice news senior reporter Keegan Hamilton has been following this trial since the beginning as opposed to the vice podcast chapel king pin on trial and he's in our studios here in New York a morning morning what was it like to be in the courtroom yesterday it was a moment of drama and and someone unexpected drama I mean the the sentence was mandatory under the law that he was gonna get life but what happened was chopper spoke at length for the first time he hadn't testified in his defense before he spoke a few words the judge good morning thank you during the course of the trial but this was the first time that he'd been really able to speak his mind and so he gave about a ten minute statement that he prepared talking about how to the conditions of his confinement in New York in solitary confinement or torture talking about how he thought his conviction was on just because the court didn't investigate reports of juror misconduct okay did he acknowledge any of his crimes he really showed virtually no remorse whatsoever at one of his victims of former cartel member who he allegedly tried to have kidnapped and killed spoke as she was describing this this moment where she was that being abducted he was turned in was blowing kisses at his wife in the gallery so you could really see that he wasn't having much affect on him well I also want to ask because federal prosecutors said he himself tortured people in extraordinary ways and now he says his confinement is torture what about his confinement according to all chapel anyway is torture and he he is in perhaps the most extreme form of solitary confinement you could have in the United States he has very minimal human contacts no outdoor exercise we talked about how you know the air in his cell is is giving him migraines and hurting his throat he has to you make your plugs out of toilet paper in order to sleep and now he's going to likely to this supermax prison in Colorado which is also a pretty extreme form of solitary confinement meaning that he will have very little human contact from now until whenever he dies exactly right he will he will be at that prison likely Intel to days gone you know this may be hard to look into the the man's mind but sometimes you hear about a criminal or a dictator an authoritarian who anticipate some day I'm going to come to a terrible and do you think that he knew some day he would face an end like this I mean I hate I hate to read the guys minds but it's everything that I've come to understand about him is that he thought he could keep getting away with it I mean this is a guy who was he to skip twice from prison in Mexico and was reportedly planning another escape before he was extradited so and you know maybe yesterday was the moment he realized that there was no getting out is gonna spend the rest of his life in a US prison but who knows perhaps only he knows I wonder if he is also bothered by losing the twelve billion dollars that's a penalty right twelve billion dollars well prosecutors are trying to find twelve point six billion dollars but so far they've come up empty and this is that that value is calculated by the total street value of all the drugs that you ship to the U. S. over thirty years so it's not the actual cash assn surely has spent some of that over time certainly and what rivers left somebody else out there in the somewhat similar cartel has I mean perhaps I mean his his sons and his brother have taken over the family business so as soon they have some money but they're not gonna be providing that the feds anytime soon Mr Hamilton thanks so much appreciate it that's vice news senior reporter Keegan Hamilton this one this is NPR news let's head over to Joe McConnell's desk on cake you reading for a look at morning traffic.

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"mon el chapo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"mon el chapo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep Joaquin goose mon el Chapo is on his way to prison for life a federal judge in Brooklyn yesterday sends the head of Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel to life in prison without possibility of parole the sentence also includes a multi billion dollar financial penalty vice news senior reporter Keegan Hamilton has been following this trial since the beginning is host to the vice podcast chapel king pin on trial and he's in our studios here in New York a morning morning what's it like to be in the courtroom yesterday it was a moment of drama and and someone unexpected drama I mean the the sentence was mandatory under the law that he was gonna get life but what happened was chopper spoke at length for the first time he hadn't testified in his defense before he spoke a few words the judge good morning thank you during the course of the trial but this was the first time that he'd been really able to speak his mind and so he gave about a ten minute statement that he prepared talking about how to the conditions of his confinement in New York in solitary confinement were torture talking about how he thought his conviction was on just because the court didn't investigate reports of juror misconduct okay did he acknowledge any of his crimes he really showed virtually no remorse whatsoever at one of his victims of former cartel member who he allegedly tried have kidnapped and killed spoke and as she was describing this this moment where she was that being abducted he was turned in was blowing kisses at his wife in the gallery so you could really see that he wasn't having much affect on him well I also want to ask because federal prosecutors said he himself tortured people in extraordinary ways and now he says his confinement is torture what about its confinement according to all chapel anyway is torture and he he is in perhaps the most extreme form of solitary confinement you could have in the United States he has very minimal human contact no outdoor exercise we talked about how you know the air in his cell is is giving him migraines and hurting his throat he has to you make your plugs out of toilet paper in our sleep and now he's going likely to this supermax prison in Colorado which is also a pretty extreme form of solitary confinement meaning that he will have very little human contact from now until whenever he dies exactly right he will he will be at that prison likely until the day is gone you know this may be hard to look into the the man's mind but sometimes you hear about a criminal or a dictator an authoritarian who anticipate some day I'm going to come to a terrible and do you think that he knew some day he would face an end like this I mean I hate I hate to read the guy's mind but eats everything that I've come to understand about him is that he thought he could keep getting away with it I mean this is a guy who was he to skip twice from prison in Mexico and was reportedly planning another escape before he was extradited so you know maybe yesterday was the moment he realized that there was no getting out is gonna spend the rest of his life in a US prison but who knows perhaps only he knows I wonder if he is also bothered by losing the twelve billion dollars that's a penalty right twelve billion dollars well prosecutors are trying to find twelve point six billion dollars but so far they've come up empty and this is that that value is calculated by the total street value of all the drugs that you ship to the U. S. over thirty years so it's not the actual cash asin surely has spent some of that over time certainly and whatever's left somebody else out there in the somewhat similar cartel has I mean perhaps I mean his his sons and his brother have taken over the family business so as soon they have some money but they're not gonna be providing that the feds anytime soon Mr Hamilton thanks so much appreciate it that's vice news senior reporter Keegan Hamilton this one this is NPR news and this is WNYC it's morning edition I'm Richard hake stay tuned coming up next the head of American universities anti racist research and policy center talks about why some trump supporters resist describing him as a racist then later on morning edition comic con in San Diego kicked off last night the event is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary and has grown into one of the biggest pop culture events in the world will have that story coming up in just about fifteen minutes delays in NJ transit's Northeast Corridor north Jersey coast in Morris and Essex line also the one on the railroad Oyster Bay branches delayed and southbound after trains are only seventy five degrees overcast right now in New York we do have showers likely maybe some thunderstorms later on this afternoon.

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"mon el chapo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"mon el chapo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Hot on the heels of boy some people got rocked last night with thunderstorms and showers and what have you people losing power really hit the northern part of the state more than they did of my neck of the woods in north Kingstown east Greenwich although you know we did get gloomy skies in the rumbles of thunder out there not a lot of lightning though but we did get some moisture but not as much as they got the typhoon city in one socket one of my friends texted me last night when I was a haven't didn't in a grace in north Kingstown said man it is absolutely pouring here but this guys were just dark in my area so unless something magical happens Mexican drug lord Joaquin el Chapo goos mine will never see the light of day outside again this is he had been sentenced to life in prison plus on top of that thirty years his attorney Geoffrey Lipman says his client was not given a fair trial they're going to appeal sixty two year old who's mon el Chapo who was found guilty earlier this year of trafficking illegal drugs in the United States also have to pay twelve point six billion with a B. billion dollars in forfeiture whose mon spoke before sentencing and complained that his life behind bars has been miserable in that he's been forced to drink unsanitary water too and it's been denied access to fresh air into sunlight well that's what happens to criminals L. chapel just a little a tip from miracle run you some unknown joins us now as apparently a requests Russia refusing visas to teachers of diplomats kids what's this all about some a good morning what he run yes this relates to you I'm a school in a suburb of Moscow which and the about twelve hundred pre kindergarten kids through high school students and many of them the families of diplomats all may be far business people but a significant number of our diplomats it's an Anglo American school set up many decades ago by the United States Canada and Britain and now we have a situation where the school is expecting several dozen new teachers to arrive in the coming weeks to start work at the school and is found that they've been denied visas and that full they'll blocks from coming to school and doing that job now the US ambassador in Moscow announced the news publicly and he said that thirty teachers have had their visas declined he says that means that the school may have to reduce pupil numbers as a result and and Jon huntsman ambassador or save and criticized the decision suggesting that he believes it's possible that the wide at political tensions between the US and Russia or about the huntsman said children should not be used as pawns in diplomatic to speak now officially Russia is rejected that explanation it says that the US is to blame for this it says American officials requested diplomatic visas I must add that with an appropriate because this is a commercial and see an apple that with the wrong visa requests but it looks like the front of the embassy is speaking commenting publicly on they suggest that they have to develop a greater chance of the moment of fixing the as an apple that meets the Tenchi quite a significant impact on the lives of diplomats and their families who suddenly with a few weeks ago and maybe looking at having to change schools of finding some I totally new to educate their children thank you Simon Simon an interesting story there is now eighteen minutes past six o'clock members of the Senate homeland security committee listening to a whole bunch of different ideas yesterday on how to handle the influx of migrants entering the U. S. illegally at the southern border some of the ideas his fox's Rachel Sutherland a Senate committee round table heard from experts like doctor sharing Cooper who says on the homeland security Advisory Council she said a detention center is never an acceptable place for children my feeling is that you have to make sure once children across the border that there is going to be a safe place for them to land Karen Tandy who chairs the council said federal authorities are best equipped to care for minors especially the sick the White House wants to deny asylum to most migrants to the pastor another country first in Washington Rachel Sutherland fox news twenty minutes past six o'clock now let's get on to the traffic.

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"mon el chapo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"mon el chapo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep Joaquin goose mon el Chapo is on his way to prison for life a federal judge in Brooklyn yesterday sends the head of Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel to life in prison without possibility of parole the sentence also includes a multi billion dollar financial penalty vice news senior reporter Keegan Hamilton has been following this trial since the beginning is host to the vice podcast chapel king pin on trial and he's in our studios here in New York a morning morning what's it like to be in the courtroom yesterday it was a moment of drama and and someone unexpected drama I mean the the sentence was mandatory under the law that he was gonna get life but what happened was chopper spoke at length for the first time he hadn't testified in his defense before he spoke a few words the judge good morning thank you during the course of the trial but this was the first time that he'd been really able to speak his mind and so he gave about a ten minute statement that he prepared talking about how to the conditions of his confinement in New York in solitary confinement were torture talking about how he thought his conviction was on just because the court didn't investigate reports of juror misconduct okay did he acknowledge any of his crimes he really showed virtually no remorse whatsoever at one of his victims a former cartel member who he allegedly tried have kidnapped and killed spoke and as she was describing this this moment where she was that being abducted he was turned in was blowing kisses at his wife in the gallery so you could really see that he wasn't having much affect on him well I also want to ask because federal prosecutors said he himself tortured people in extraordinary ways and now he says his confinement is torture what about his confinement according to all chapel anyway is torture and he he is in perhaps the most extreme form of solitary confinement you could have in the United States he has very minimal human contact no outdoor exercise we talked about how you know the air in his cell is is giving him migraines and hurting his throat he has to you make your plugs out of toilet paper in order to sleep and now he's going to likely to this supermax prison in Colorado which is also a pretty extreme form of solitary confinement meaning that he will have very little human contact from now until whenever he dies exactly right he will he will be at that prison likely until the day is gone you know this may be hard to look into the the man's mind but sometimes you hear about a criminal or a dictator an authoritarian who anticipate some day I'm going to come to a terrible and do you.

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"mon el chapo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:33 min | 3 years ago

"mon el chapo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Mason Dixon line with a fly the stars and bars the flag entries in in large numbers and that's why you had said Juliet was out Friday out today should be back with us tomorrow but it gives us an opportunity to sort of clear the way for the top gum shoe reporter in all of New York no doubt about it his his peers his colleagues acknowledge that with the passing of Gabe Pressman who was the dean of old news casters you have inherited that title Dominic Carter bar none nobody would disagree with that so as well hi Tom Madison Square Garden the great facilities provided to us in order to do this work has to all of you thank you NJ dot dot com you can actually catch up Dominique caught in the evenings Monday through Fridays if you have bio's on our end from six to seven doing his news casting commentary and I'm sure some of it will have to do with the evolving bail situation for the pet a five on a pedestal Jeffrey apps well I haven't covered the trial as of yet but it's going to be interesting the one thing that I can tell you and I'm glad you mentioned Gabe Pressman because I will always remember gape on my first day starting in the city of you know scared to death New York City you don't know what you know you don't know what's left what's right and gave and people like delta dental sending radio I don't know and and Stan Brooks as stand people that are no longer with us may we gave Taylor I don't want all of them embraced me is in and in and in particular as a person of color they they're all white top journals at the game and they were like kids don't worry we got you and they like you know where all the bones were buried and who else so until as far as Epstein arm I don't know maybe the particulars as of yet but this is a story that has legs well that's what I can tell you let me let me give you the details just today at his bail hearing although a judge would not make a decision so Jeffrey obscene is being held in a detention facility that is holding a chapel sure he goes month public shooting was mine he's just three cells away so they bring them up for the hearing he's got a phalanx of attorneys like twelve strong and being added on to by the day I'm sure soon authorized Dallow who's made a career now of representing Purvis empat of files will be joining this will okay so since he's representing Dershowitz who tool of the young ladies have said he sexually violated them when he was representing abstain that first time we'll put that aside the assistant US attorney presents evidence to the judge today not anybody else that's it there would have been he would've been remanded to jail no consideration of bail they find in his safe at his town house a fake passport in which his name is not on it but his picture is it's not Jeffrey abstain and it indicates that he resides in Saudi Arabia now being a Jew and residing in Saudi Arabia that's going to cause you a lot of shackles that's number one in that safe they find dozens and dozens of diamonds in little little little containers and piles of cabbage he's a flight risk this is like why are we waiting to Thursday this guy if given an opportunity will boycott here he'll be like Roman Polanski he will find a place in which there is no agreement between the United States in that country for extradition he will buy you a dictator a third world country a place to use as a sanctuary a haven why are we even having this conversation well you already know why because he has the best lawyers money can buy who was the guy under Bill Clinton where he left for many years and his wife the name escapes me at the moment but but he left the country and his wife in on Clinton's last thing pardon terminal yes yeah I I remember come to me momentarily right and so and so he is the one thing that I that I can say definitively having covered a number of corruption trial the number of federal trials the feds will come home right they will come hard and that once it's public they will come hard but you have to understand for our audience they all rules all rooms for top dogs for the top plate break that down for us what I mean by that is when you're a top dole of power in New York your real dole I mean no and I'm using word does your call me to play you basically have the police commission on speed dial so if you have a problem now remember the police commissioners always auditioning for his next job yet okay so meal is about to be out the door with the boss he'll tell you better believe oatmeal just like Brighton before him in every police commissioner before that they all or did she mean for the next cushy job where they want to finally go preaching and pulling the money and sold the police commissioner needs these billion and so when the money is flowing they did it this is what the trials of observing federal prosecutors and and the process when the feds come you might as well copper deal because the chances are you're going down once they go public to trial if they offer you a deal you better take before anything before that point when you have money in Europe's top dog in this city the same rules that apply to me and you trust me when I tell you it does not apply to them so in this particular case his accusers were in court today as he came in for this hearing and then was taken back to his cell right in the same quarter that is holding Pablo goose mine Shorty goes mon el Chapo so you're saying that they might be able to manipulate some kind of breathing room for him he's a lawyer no no at this point once the full public view the microscope is is on the situation then there's no more preferential treatment but what when they say he didn't report to his his sessions we supposed to come into the NYPD that doesn't surprise me at all every ninety days like Anthony Weiner has we reward now when you're in New York City I don't know about all the cities but in New York City when you've got money and I'm talking about major paper those rules that apply to the public do not apply to you so in that case Bloomberg was the mayor at that time friend of Jeffrey obscene the police commissioner was Kelly so are you suggesting the mayor said to Kelly you know just forget that order that he's got to come in every ninety days to check in with you know that his away goals that they waited too smart for that the you don't you don't talk about it mayor I'm not gonna say which made a mayor will say this is my friend that's only has to say and the police commissioner Knowles okay don't mess with this guy listed so offensive so also over the line that we have no choice let's go to the phones one eight hundred eight four ray W. A. B. C. first stop in the queue is Neal calling from Brooklyn welcome the Curtis and Dominic Connie hit W. A. B. C. mail your record that gold make sure you have a goal that you know it's something that you have the big gold and on top of that one of the person that was on that plane went that I might probably the one that turned around you know be my friend hello okay and that's why people like Bill Clinton are you know they're doing something in that hands right now that a lot of Democrats to doing something in advance because they know this guy talk either guy totally killed and one of the other even the Clinton hill Amari Cooper well it's not just Bill Clinton you got Republicans Democrats Republican Democrat and it goes all the way back to when he got a job in the school and then add what you didn't have a teaching the light and that's what he met certain people and that's how we got into their current job but he also remember he did not directly procure he used for women full women who were his accomplishments accomplices who would go out and recruit the under age girls and then they would get the under age girls to go out and recruit under under age girls so was never Jeffrey yep Steen having a conversation directly with these other with these under age girls right but the fed still this fades guide him because they're still minors they can not consent to sexual activity or whatever the allegation means of what misstep scene was engaging and but I just wanted to swing one more thing I'm not saying I'm against a district attorney the current Manhattan district Cyrus white shoes vans one doesn't go up that a file and a per of that he doesn't like to play much more but he is the way it works so let's say let's say you're a billionaire I'm telling you what I know you're a billionaire and something questionable happens the goals were for the district attorney well you know to use look at each other and smile and then all of a sudden the district attorney will receive massive of campaign donations and the district attorney will then just swept the individual on the wrist which is what happened after seeing the first time that is great let's go to Kevin in Astoria welcome the Curtis St Dominic caught here W. ABC Kevin I do some more research yes it is mark which thank you it's it's a similar type situation thanks thank you right yeah the one difference so Kevin is is that your right Marc rich immediately fled to Israel was making money from deals with Iran and his wife was here in America and who is tracking on his wife at the time Bill Clinton that's right bill yeah why I didn't go the adding one and one I think I do when I do when I I I can't prove that so I I didn't want to yeah yeah you you've been in the company of bill he knows I yeah well bill was not this that's why I'm trying to tell you the way the system works they don't have to pass words with the job top dog to top dog they know how to treat each other but in the end to be honest with you I'm not trying in any form of Mary Anne billionaire these guys I mean Michael Bloomberg these guys are all connected with young girls many of them like young girls and a using your term a term that you would use a snack one yes was we would call in jail be they like jail bait and they will pay any amount of money to get to jail bait and use whatever procura say can out there who usually historically have told this is usually women because obviously it's a lot easier for a woman to approach an under age girl get to know her so to bring around talk about the money that could be made.

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"mon el chapo" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"mon el chapo" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"A plantation shopping center over the weekend there will be a tells us he was supposed to charge his test last year he when he heard the explosion this is a branch is also only was crazy he said diving underneath the floor of the core let me see just like I was thinking you know now I could be in an ambulance or in a hospital or in a plastic bag he was so close that you know I I'm blessed blooms of smoke rising from the scene the explosion peers to have been caused by broken gas line in a pizza restaurant that actually was empty at the time it just blew the whole thing up and also partially collapsed the roof on the LA fitness building across from it well billionaire Jeffrey apps dean has been indicted on new charges related to alleged sex crimes involving minors in Palm Beach county Epstein was arrested Saturday and is expected to appear in federal court in New York later today Spencer kuvin represented three of his alleged victims in two thousand eight it was a huge cold hard slap of reality at a very young age about what this world really brings to girls two young women to people without money in comparison to people have political power and money and influence so at seeing faces charges brought by the U. S. prosecutors in Manhattan after previously evading similar charges Winnie security non prosecution deal it was a sweetheart deal with federal prosecutors in Miami the U. S. attorney at the time Alex Acosta approve the deal required of sting to plead guilty to state charges he got thirteen months and in a cost is now the US secretary of labor a man in highlands county Florida likely killed by a pack of dogs the only bit him more than a hundred times as he was taking a short cut thirty say forty five real Melvin old was found dead before noon on Thursday in a wooded area near Lake Placid that's according to the highland county sheriff's office authorities say that they have already captured six dogs in the area whose bite sizes match the wounds on old body drug lord Joaquin goods mon el Chapo he's awaiting sentencing next week but federal prosecutors are trying to get some of his billion last week prosecutors filed a for for to request detailing how the king pin amassed a fortune by selling unfathomable amounts of drugs they say that from the early nineties until his arrest in two thousand sixteen was months drug deals made him more than twelve billion dollars and they want to see it paid back in restitution prosecutors say that the figure is a conservative estimate and that the real numbers will probably never be known in part because a chapel was a successful money launderer on July seventeenth he's to face a mandatory sentence of life in prison a Lisa C. N. B. C. news radio justice department legal team is taking over president trump's push to get the question are you a US citizen on the census the US Supreme Court kicked the issue back to a lower court from announce a new team of lawyers from the civil division will now be in charge of solving the problem president trump's approval rating rising he is at forty four percent Americans approve of his overall job and he's congratulating the U. S. women's soccer team on their second consecutive World Cup win says sorry hold on one moment.

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"mon el chapo" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

08:09 min | 3 years ago

"mon el chapo" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Is one eight I'm Todd's will gain for Joshua Johnson in Washington, literature and myth are filled with visions of the underworld of what lies beneath the surface of the earth. And what happens if you delve too greedily and too deep since our beginning humans have wondered what might lie beneath the center of the earth, or what might happen to them. If they're brought down below will some brave souls go as far as burrowing deep underground, not for riches or for resources, but to find out for themselves. What lurks for us under the surface of the earth? We'll talk to one such soul in a moment. But first, we go to Mexico City where we can where we're going to talk to you in Grillo reporter, and author of L Narko inside Mexico's criminal insurgency. You've probably heard by now that Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, Laura was found guilty on ten counts of charges related to drug trafficking, including the distribution of cocaine. And heroin illegal firearms possession and money laundering, the trial in Brooklyn New York lasted thirteen weeks and included some stunning allegations, including kouzmines alleged one hundred million dollar bribe to the former president of Mexico. The president denies that claim you and Grillo joins us from Mexico City you and thanks for coming on one a good to be here. Now, I saw an image. Just a few minutes ago, the tabloid newspapers the newsstands in Mexico City today may have even been on your Twitter feed, sir, El Chapo, El Chapo, El Chapo, El Chapo, wall-to-wall. This is a gigantic deal there in Mexico. This is this is one of the stories of the decade. Well, it isn't it isn't in a sense. I mean, obviously is huge. This is the most infamous Mexican drug Lord ever. Him going to prison finally the United States doing life. I is a big story here. However, the biggest story is this continuing bloodbath in Mexico that chapel is a pot of. But he's only one of many people involved in that goes on. I mean, you know, we're talking about over the last ten years two hundred thousand murders here in Mexico, which is an enormous human cost for the society here. So yeah, I mean, so it sounds like you're talking about news that he's going to prison for life positively received. But I'm getting the sense that El Chapo is is the symptom. Not the problem. Yet. An extended extended always say, even even in the news to prison is a bit more mixed feelings about this. I know I was talking to various people up over the years. I've been covering this issue in eighteen hundred for eighteen years in Mexico. And I was looking at some of the people of known during that time off the squad. How they felt when a WalMart Amada who Saad was married. She spent three years trying to find him, and he discovered his body in a in a mass grave about how she felt it is quite mixed feelings, you know, there's one side. Okay. The guy's going to prison. They said that national enough to repair the damage that she's felt this has been basically a war situation. He was like a warlord in vaulted escalating the conflict and sad as well. Having a sudden shave that Mexico could not conduct this trial itself, a deal with its own super criminals, and he was extradited to the United States. So goose Mon El Chapo, had this long history of incarceration of escape. Being on the run being on the Lam finally picked up and handed over extradited to the American authorities after his last escape through a tunnel as you mentioned, El Chapo ran the Loa cartel. Can you talk a little bit about the violent impact of that cartel how they operated, and what Mexicans have have come to know about Sinoloa, whether it stops with the incarceration of all Chapo or not. Sure, so similar is is a state in north west Mexico. It's a bit like how Sicily is for the for the mafia sin the lower rates for the Mexican cartels. Birthplace this goes back a hundred years when the United States, I restricted opium and cocaine the nine hundred fourteen houses tax act, those people had seen the lower producing the drugs to take him to the United States so two hundred year history. It's a mountainous area. I've been up there to the village. Well, Chapa frog it's far up in the mountains with no roads up there, just parts obser- people living in difficult circumstances who really embraced the drug trade. Now, this cartel became the biggest in Mexico and in the early twenty hundreds is tied to fight a very violent conflict with another cartel called. The set us who will lead by four special forces for the Mexican military. This really raise the stakes because it used to be like gag bamboos. We shaved. Heads and tattoos farming with with with pistols a bit like the the gang violence that you might see in the streets of Baltimore or the US series. But then it became something. Very different became an odd conflict with people with bullet proof jackets AK47.'s, even RPG sevens. And the Cinderella cartel followed on this militarization covering this through the years. And it was something you saw just creep up until it became this real humanitarian catastrophe, and you saw crazy things. Trust is from both sides or all sides in obscene things one time. I was in a more whether it was forty nine bodies open dumped who had their hands cuts off their feet cut off their heads cut off. I'll in a mass grave with more than two hundred fifty bodies while they were on earth. The smell was gone up into a middle class neighborhood, the Knicks rile side there. So the real key players. What was essentially an armed conflict in Mexico. That is cost seventy lives, a horrible horrible record of of death and torture disappearances and murders in Mexico as you mentioned as many as two hundred and fifty thousand deaths and thirty seven thousand people disappeared in escalating violence since two thousand and six we got one Email from Michael who says I've read that El Chapo rose to power with the help of Mexican government officials. The story goes that the government preferred one strong drug Lord rather than many weaker druglords who were constantly infighting and creating chaos in the country. Is there any truth to this narrative you, and can you shed any light on that show? I mean, it's not even a secret that drug cartels have worked with the Mexican government. The years you go back to the nineteen nineties. The the president then his brother was accused of rotting with the drug trade and Swiss authorities found more than five hundred million dollars in accounts linked to him. And the of Chapo Guzman is definitely had many leagues too many different drug cartels would differ a bit with how things played out in the last few years? The corruption has always been there and continued and never went away when Mexico went to multiparty democracy in the year two thousand which is an I arrived in Mexico. Then there was hope that okay? This is going to change this could be peace and democracy. This is the new century, but corruption was still there. But what happened was the corruption became fragmented? So wall Chapo Guzman certainly had his links with the government so did other some other drug cartels. I'm what you got was the state fighting itself. I beat him places. I've always inaudible radio when there was federal police fighting minutes will place shootouts among different police forces. So you that's part of the reason how the country got so violent because the corruption was about unified anymore. You different political players support. If drug traffickers, let's hear now just yesterday on the courthouse steps in New York. US attorney Richard Donahue who helped convict El Chapo. Here's what he had to say. This conviction.

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"mon el chapo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:00 min | 3 years ago

"mon el chapo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Capital. Seventy seven. Don't you feel? We just finished three months. The court case she gets a little chapel Pablo shorty Guzman that it's like a Clint Eastwood spaghetti west. We need telenovela music as well. Because it was I mean, we weren't just talking about all the drug action. We were talking about the salacious things going on behind the scenes with Goumas as you call them. And why and all sorts of just wonder if the good the bad the ugly. The one thing we learned over and over from all the cooperators who flipped the script to join team America will soon be in witness protection for their efforts. Serving you short PGE in Laramie, Wyoming with a different name, different identification. And they were all basically saying that the pathway to success for Pablo shorty Kunsman, aka El Chapo was bribing police. Bribing the military bribing the president with a million dollars. And it almost reminded me of that faith. Famous film. Remember Humphrey Bogart in Sierra Madre. Wherever all. The police. The police badges batches Wayne got Novartis. We don't need. No vouchers. Coming closer. What didn't try to do you any car? Why don't you talk to little more polite? He was gone and William peace ain't my gun myself. Throw that over here way to pick it up on gone our way. Anyway, without my gonna go quick. That was yell Chapa away. So if you couldn't end up catching him, which the authorities will always attempting to catch you would end up bribing you or he would end up buying the law enforcement, whether the local regional the national law enforcement show that law enforcement which on his on his. And obviously advocate Sheri's of people who are saying, hey, we got to do something about this is the world's biggest stroke deletion of the top ten Forbes billionaire list, and we found out some not that we needed any sort of enlightment on Nexico being corrupt. But I mean, we really found out just how corrupt it is. And it reaches up to the executive offices there. I mean, not just one but two presidents reportedly were bride hundreds of millions of dollars. I mean, it's it's like mind blowing. But the interesting thing I thought was that the DA and the Mexican military made a real effort to keep all the information away from the local police because they were the real corrupt ones. Politicians to the elected officials almost Saikia had to operate completely independently and autonomously of the rule of law because the rule of law had been bought by not only L chapel, but many other cartel capitals that he was battling on a regular basis. And the interesting another interesting thing is that so many of these people that worked for him that either continued to work for more turned on had serious plastic surgery that was one of the themes through the trial, and these people were having like faces melted down reconstructive plastic surgery to the point where one guy it was his third plastic surgery. I mean, major surgery and he finally stopped because he was bleeding out on the operating table. We'll look like remember the cat woman who had had twelve different facial. Yeah. Least but many of them did they also tried to have their fingerprints. Yeah. Transplanted by cutting off their fingertips, and they had issues with circulation blood circulation. I guess I'd rather blood circulation issues than being murdered by L chop shops up into a million pieces. But anyway, Jeffrey Lichtman was one of his lead defense attorneys in his summation before the jury that will I don't believe they're going to be sequestered, which to me, I'm saying to myself, we don't know their names, we don't know their identities because this fear that they could be under threat that obviously their family members could be under threat of those who are sympathetic or on the payroll of El Chapo, Pablo shorty, what can I tell you one thing this early on in the trial. Remember, we heard about that one juror that just lost it? She started crying pleading for them. So that that particular juror who said that many people that she worked with like a hundred people that she worked with came up to her and said, we you're probably one that pool they were able to easily figure it out. So they're thinking if if my colleagues are able to figure it out excuse me, I mean. Obviously easily. Hartaway don't understand this. This guy has had judges killed. He's had prosecuted killed in Mexico. He has had witnesses killed and yet we have determined not to she question. The jury at least my knowledge stand to be corrected. If anybody out there knows anything that's different about this trial on numbers. Eight hundred eight four Ray WABC that's eight hundred eight four eight nine two two to hear that the state marshalls the US marshalls rather were shuttling them back and forth between their homes and the courthouse. I mean, how easy is that to figure out easy? I don't know. I'd be horrified. Jeffrey Liqun which had his own series of problems affecting his school motto on the side. And he asked. In his closing arguments for the second time he kept referring to public. Who's a midget as a person of short stature because he was claiming look at this person. He sold small what they were attributing him to do a beating up men with his bare hands, you know, taking a switch and beating them within an inch of their life. Is she capable of doing that? I would imagine if you're El Chapo is attorney you're probably clearing things with him before you say any sort of controversial comment. I that's what I would do. But this Jeffrey Lichtman guy, he's come after you. I mean, he thinks he's super guy. He thinks he's like defense attorney of all. You have no worries out there that jury would be intimidated because the problems in this case, a really the problems said the defense has and Pablo shorty goose Guzman, aka. The guilty one as he should be. Well, you know, it's not easy. Have the same problem with Godley as I said, they're ready to convict before we even did opening statements, but both sides of the prosecution and the defense or or looking for jurors that are capable of putting everything out of their minds focusing just on what they see inside that courtroom during the pendency of the trial. And we've got a judge who was eminently fair. I can tell you that he is fair as any judge I've been in front of and he's doing his best to make sure that both sides get a fair trial and more importantly that the defendant gets treated fairly, and and I I have no complaints. I believe early on the Guzman attorneys, I'll chop those attorneys actually said they promised that El Chapo would not murder. Anyone? They went in open court, and they said, we promise on behalf of our client Pablo shorty Guzman, aka El Chapo that he will not try to kill you. Mr. judge the charging of arms here any of the prosecuting US should turn. Would make me feel better. I give you my word that my client will not try to whack any of you know, any of the jurors or the alternate jurors. Yeah. But now the site issue of this whole trial has been his wife who obviously is living the life alleging the government has been unable to pin down where the billions of Narko terrorist narcoterrorists dowager Pablo goose mom and his family has secured away somewhere in the world. They haven't been able to find a dime of it. And yet his wife who has been at the trial almost every day. Staying at five star hotels. I mean dining being wined and dined equate expanse on her own platinum credit card American Express. I mean, they haven't been able to seize his assets. And yet she's obviously spending that well, I would imagine that. There are probably people that are taking care of her making sure that she has everything she needs in his absence. And by the way, they've been married for twelve years. She hasn't seen him much twelve years. I mean, he's either been on the run or he's been in jail or escaping jail. But are they really? Exchanging Google is. Yeah. Except for the days when he had his side pieces on they're crying about how how sad she was when she realized that he wasn't truly in love with her anymore. Well, now that we have had three months offense on top of if you have some of the worst testimony imaginable that you have about what a human being is capable of doing killing maiming the whole nine yards knowing that he's sitting on billions of dollars out there knowing that the president tomorrow in the state of the union address is going to bring everything back to the wall. I need the money for the wall. If he could be who've just knowing this guy is going to be found guilty on some counts on every count. But on some counts and doing triple life without parole in Florence a maximum security prison in Colorado, which is all underground. You cut a deal with the guy for the billions of dollars. He's sitting on because he'll go to jail and his family will continue to exploit cartel continue to make kazillion said outlets as sunshine doing in Mexico. And so what we take one working part out Pablo's, you already close Mon El Chapo, and yet his family continues to prosper anything he so altruistic that he would take the bullet for them that he would he would say, you know, what I'll I'll make a plea deal. I'll tell you where all my money is hidden away because I want my family to to continue on living free. I mean, I think he's kind of guy that's going to do. The president has been asked interview on she Bs Woody shutdown with Maduro the dictator there in Venezuela who took over for Chavez, the former bus drivers slash bartender. He said, no. But I think it would behoove the department of Justice to sit down with L chaplain. Say you sitting on billions. Give us access to the billions of dollars. And we'll set you up like we have dictators tyrant despot who've killed before. So and put you in a location where you're not going to be a harm to yourself or to anyone else. Yeah. So I've honestly you have a I mean sort of the path to Jeffrey Lichtman did defense attorney he has insulted. You you have insulted him many times on why not bring this up to him. Why not say Jeffrey because no, I don't because I don't know anybody is working on this on your behalf. So Jeff he doesn't want to be known as working for cooperating client somebody who's cooperating with the government, the two kinds of criminals, Jeffrey, it's not about Jeffrey. It's about this country. Jeffrey could look like a hero instead of a creepy. But he his he fancies himself is not representing rats. If all of a sudden a deal will work out way, choppy fancies himself, not representing rats. He's representing no fence. All chapel. I a murderer torturer drug dealer killer as he did Gotti junior and other. Then Representative from one eight hundred eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two. Podcast.

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