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"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on The Immaculate Deception

The Immaculate Deception

06:25 min | 11 months ago

"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on The Immaculate Deception

"Hey listeners i wanna tell you about a new podcast. We've got coming up portland. Based anti-fascist sean keeler was killed in twenty nineteen months before the uprising. That would bring portland international attention nearly two years later. His homicide remains unsolved his mother. Laura believes she hasn't received justice because police hatred for her son and his politics dying for a fight. The second installment of something else's fault line series goes in search of answers. What happened the night. Sean was killed. Why have no arrests been made. Who are the americans living at the political extremes and how did things escalate from portland to the capital. Here's a sneak peek. Your dad's a cobb fucking punch him in the face. Some of the most individuals interested actual on air for their country in in twenty twenty. The things that have been building for years in america came to the surface and portland. Oregon was at the bleeding edge. It's a city that in the public imagination is little more than hipsters running coffee shops and microbreweries but while every city had some days of racial justice protests portland had more than one hundred while some cities had prod boys and anti-fascist yell at each other portland saw them draw blood. I'm sergio almost. I've covered these protests night after night and i've been covering political extremism for years from rallies that were just a handful of people all out brawls the made national headlines and last year i watched as more people across the country were pulled into this world of political street fights. I was at more than one hundred nights of those protests. Twenty twenty almost every night police would rush into crowds though flash bangs at people and cover entire city blocks and teargas police documented using force on people at least six thousand times. The justice department said the portland. Police often violated its own use of force policies. Most nights i go home bruised my skin burning and my ears ringing and then it went to another level. Federal officers would storm the city. One person with suffer severe brain injury at the hands of those officers. The mayor was teargassed. I saw one person get murdered. Take his last breath on a city street all over politics. We actually do menu every month so for everyday things plan now and i wanna tell you about one woman who like me was out there night after night. Because i'm the one that cooks. All this is laura. Keller she gardens. She likes to cook for her family and she doesn't suffer fools. She takes no bullshit. If you've got something in your teeth she'll tell you did you see me up other. We actually and you don't remember kind of hurts my feelings. I was with somebody who you and. You're like oh sergio. This is shaun's mom and you were like. Oh hey and then you went off. Whatever bitch by on june twenty. Six two thousand twenty laura. Kelly joined protesters they and had a few drinks. And i had some liquid courage and so this night. In june twenty twenty. The crowd was big. The police were outside the multnomah county justice center which is home to the central precinct in local county jail. It was a special night for laura. It was her son's birthday and she didn't linger at the back of the protests. Where it was safe. Do you remember how please. I was in his face. Yes wearing right here yes. How did that feel felt exhilarating kind of felt like i was channeling sean. To be honest some people were out there for racial justice. Some people people went out there to fight the police and some people went out there. For revolution for laura all those things apply but she was also out there to be close to her son. Spirit for laura. This is the kind of ghost story. I kind of wanted to do it too. So i can just say. He's their her son sean. Kelly was debt. He had been dressing and all black protesting the police but on what should have been his twenty fourth birthday or was there in the streets in his place. I had no fear. Because what the fact. You're gonna do my kids already dead. So i went up to them very forcefully up to the police with shots picture and was yelling and screaming and then all of a sudden i feel all these hands on me behind me. The people in the crowd. Many of whom were shawn's friends were standing in support with laura. I mean it was. It was beautiful kids like so much. So support production for me. The police backed off. They actually live there. Linebacker shawn keller for most of his life was on the fringe and he was killed before so many others started taking the same actions took police an. Suv crashed into a building. And someone fired shots into that vehicle to this day. Shawn's homicide is unsolved. So for laura the uprisings heart. Any one of the people dressed in all black yelling at the cops could have been her son seeing people in black blog even though some of it gives me joy. I still look for behind each of these. People that has amassed gone is a real person with the real story. knock glad that he's dead but he was a fucking terrorist portlanders disaster. These are really sick to stir people. It's an unprecedented security breach in the capital from something else in oregon public broadcasting. This is the faultline season. Two dying for a fight. Story of the life and death shawn keller. The story of the radical at the extreme end of american politics for american.

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"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Arrested five people is a crown stage when police declared a riot last night on the one year anniversary of the killing of George Floyd crowd that gathered downtown included People wearing helmets and carrying gas mask, backpacks and tote bags. Some pushed a dumpster against the Multnomah County Justice Center and set it on fire. Police say. People chanted Burn it down! George Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis after an officer knelt on the unarmed black man's neck for more than nine minutes. The evening of May 25th 2020 Michael Kastner. The Washington County sheriff's office has located missing remains for the murder of 28 year old Sarah's A ghoul in January of 2018. Detectives found some of the ghouls remains in a car that was parked in a lower 35 year old Jeremiah Johnson was charged with her murder in December 2019. He played it guilty to first degree murder of secondary kidnapping and first degree abuse of a corpse. He was sentenced to life in prison last Wednesday to take his located. Schools missing remains They were positively identified by the Oregon State Medical Examiner of the Sheriff's office is not said how or where the remains were located. Republican leaders in the Oregon Legislature of calling on Governor Kate Brown to change her most recent mass regulation. Christine Drazen is the minority leader in the House. I would like for the governor to listen Tomo today Oregonians and to allow for businesses not to bear the brunt of this responsibility. Raising tells Katie that Oregon should follow Washington and California in using the honor system for people who are vaccinated to go without a mask when going into a business..

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"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In Portland, A riot broke out in downtown overnight in the one year anniversary of George Floyd's murder by a Minneapolis police officer. KFBK is Michael Kastner reports around 200 people gathered outside of the Multnomah County Justice Center, some lighting fires and fireworks. Others vandalizing the center and city hall. Police say demonstrators yell burn the building down in reference to the Justice Center. They also say some through frozen water bottles and eggs of police. Demonstrators later broke windows at some stores and restaurants downtown Michael Kastner news 93.1 kfbk When that leads us nicely into this hour's featured audio clip, we're coming up on 605 would do this five minutes past every hour and our program we bring you a perspective that maybe you did not see or hear on a network newscast or local newscast. While most national media outlets spent a significant amount of their coverage yesterday, marking the one year anniversary of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Few of them covered this angle. Since the death of George Floyd, nearly 200 Minneapolis officers have left the force here is what a former Minneapolis police officer named Steve Dykstra told Fox News. It is our featured audio clip this hour. Well, this goes back. Before George Floyd. Sense around 2015. I know the city. Minneapolis has been backpedaling, taking tools away from police to enforce the law and keep the streets safe. I see that George Floyd Advantis Tragic is awas as Kind of a build up of years of backpedaling by the police. When when police don't have any tools to use anymore, they They feel pretty helpless out there. Um, you take away loitering laws. Pursuit ability of pursuit vehicles. You don't have to stop for the police in Minneapolis anymore. Thanks to Mayor Fry in the city Council, that is Mark, wait. I have to get frustrated. Wow. And you see is chaos. Violence and real curtain crime. 200 officers have left that force since George Floyd's death and in a lot of mother good cops, you know, the good ones are leaving. Well, I understand his point about officers feeling helpless, but You know, you can't excuse what happened? No, no, no, no, no, no, no. Nobody's excusing the bad behavior. But the reality is is that officers are leaving. They're not feeling the support another good cops. And then and then we just had the story in Sacramento. They're going another different direction at a time in places like Saint Louis or de funding officers. They're adding more police officers in Sacramento. You know, it seems like which is a good idea to add the police officers and also at the programs to assist the police officers handled the situation, of course, like the mental health issues and that sort of thing. Absolutely. I mean, those those programs where they have combined the two to go out have been successful so far. Well, we wanted to bring you that aspect of the story because much of the reporting yesterday did not. Clued that which is a full as a full picture of the whole story. Exactly. So okay, I'm gonna give you three things. And you tell me what decade there from? Okay. Acid washed jeans, Uh, scratches and Newt Gingrich. Eighties. Close, like late eighties early nineties, right, so new. Gingrich is back on the scene, apparently, and he is sitting down with former president Trump also the Trump's former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, and Senator Lindsey Graham. They all got together and Mar a Lago. And, you know, maybe you played some golf. I don't know, but they're coming up with a new contract. For America. Oh, you're kidding. Contract with America. Remember Newt Gingrich in the contract with America? It turned out to be a wildly successful for Newt Gingrich his political career. They're all sitting down to talk about what a new version of this would look like. That is very interesting. So there especially when we talk about the makeup of the Republican Party and the fight for control, Right, right. I mean math Vitus, still yet to be won by either side is not manifested itself. Yeah, but that is what's going on, apparently behind the scenes. In the Morrow lock that is a brand new development and it's a very interesting one of new contract for America. I wonder what they would call it like two point. Oh, that's what everyone ever nice to call things to point on. All right, they're using that template that OK time now for the top national stories. From ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston, the Manhattan district attorney's office, announcing that a special grand jury has been ceded to decide whether criminal charges are warranted against the Trump Organization. ABC News has learned that witnesses have already been contacted about appearing before the grand jury, which is set to meet three days a week for up to six months. ABC News chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl It's the kind of step that a prosecutor takes when they have evidence of a crime. And are preparing to move forward with charges. Of course. Ultimately, it'll be up to that grand jury to decide whether or not those charges are pursued in a statement, the former president calls it a witch hunt being driven by highly partisan prosecutors. At the White House. President Biden and Vice President Harris met with the family of George Floyd on Tuesday, the Police Reform Act named in Floyd's honor, however, it's still stalled in the Senate. Floyd family described this is a really personal meeting with the president and said bite and renewed his promise to push for real reforms. The president had hoped to get this done by yesterday's anniversary of Floyd's murder. Washington obviously missed that moment. But the president is sounding increasingly optimistic, saying he's hopeful that they can now get this done sometime after Memorial Day, maybe see senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce. According to the CDC. Half of all American adults have been fully vaccinated at this point to get more people the shot Brown University's doctor, She's just as companies should help out. We talk a lot about a hesitancy. I think that's the wrong way to think about it For a lot of working class people, it's not easy to take time off. To figure out where to go. So we've got to make it as easy as possible and give people a chance to recover after they've had their vaccine. If they need a day off fish you wanted to get that day off. Former Virginia Senator John Warner has died. He was a World War two that a former Navy secretary served on the Armed Services Committee of the Senate was married at one time to Elizabeth Taylor. He was 94 James Bond, head of Elector Thelma and Louise, a few characters now owned by Jeff Bezos. Amazon's made it official signing agreement to acquire MGM. This is ABC News. Another local D, a. Fighting the governor's plan to release prison inmates early. That's news from your neighborhood in three minutes. But first we're gonna get the traffic.

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"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Back first and onboard John McGuinness with your news. 93.1 Catholic A live everyone the I heard radio app love to hear your thoughts on the decision of the part of the president to visit Kenosha, Wisconsin. I think ultimately we all very, very much lead to his benefit. In terms of politics, and I strongly suspect that it may have a bit of a calming or healing effect for people in the community who have been harmed. You know, there's a pretty good evidence to show a lot of people came in from outside the Kenosha County and in fact outside the state of Wisconsin to engage in this horrific vandalism. They're pictures of this just looking at now and ah, in an article that they just show the massive devastation of the city. And so the people responsible for that, and large numbers appear to be people from outside the area. They're gone now. And what about the people who have suffered from it? I strongly suspect that they appreciated what they heard today from the elected leader of our system of government. Whether you like the President or not. I think that is absolutely a good place for him to be, and I think it serves. His purpose is quite well. But you look at the Kenosha is not the not that I don't think that the area hit the hardest in the country, and certainly not the longest. There are other places that look appear to be much worse off Seattle and Portland, among them Chicago in New York City, places that have AH distinction in terms of their leadership, and it's very interesting to look at Portland. And again I'm referencing in large part apiece in today's Wall Street Journal By Mark Hemingway. The talks about some of the history of Portland about which, frankly, I had no idea. If you look at what has happened, and it's kind of come to a head, I don't think is over. Regrettably, it's not going to bring about a conclusion of this, but the most extraordinary violence we've seen at this point Was the death of a man named Aaron Daniel son, who was shot and killed Saturday in downtown Portland, where he was participating in a vehicle caravan to support to show support for President Trump. Regardless of where you stand politically, he has an absolute right to do that. And so do people have an absolute right to engage in that kind of conduct in supportive Vice President Biden. That's that should be an absolute given that qualifier should not have to be included, but it seems as though it does But what came of that now? I'm not going to use the name of the identified suspect because I'm not convinced yet that he is in custody and he's not charged yet, then I don't want to identify him. However, his name is in the public domain. And he is a person who described himself on Facebook as and I quote 100% antifa. And he also has a BLM tattoo on his neck. Not long after Mr Danielson was killed, the video was posted to the Internet of a woman in Portland shouting into a bullhorn, and I'll quote here. Our community can hold its own without the police. I am not sorry F ing racist, died tonight. That statement on the bullhorn and and beautiful Portland elicited cheers and applause from the crowd There gathered this man has just been murdered. What was his sin? He has a political position. Contrary to that of the of the people who have taken over the city. I don't think he could find a more stark example of ah of evil, Frankly and what is that? What's wrong with this person, expressing his political points of view? Why is that like is that cannot be tolerated. You have friends who have ah, different political point of few or persuasion than you have. I hope you do. Why would people be inclined? Teo Teo kill somebody for that and then to Ah, and then for a crowd of people gathered nearby to cheer that murder. It's absolutely incredible to may. And of course, this, as I say. This is kind of a punctuation of 90 days of unruly protests in Portland on a lot of violence, a lot of injury a lot of assaults on law enforcement. Including the use of lasers and used against shown in the guise of federal agents, some of whom may have incurred permanent blindness. And by the way this this happened after Mr Wheeler, the mayor of Portland, sent President Trump a letter belligerently rejecting federal have to restore order, he said, And I quote when you sent the feds to Portland You made at the situation. Far worse. I don't see any evidence to support that. And in fact, it looks as though when the feds left Things actually did get worse. Um The reality is the increased federal police presence around the federal courthouse they're in Portland seems to be justified. The state of the city of Portland, and its law enforcement resource is had stood by doing nothing when rioters burnt the Multnomah County Justice Center Jail and the Portland Police Bureau headquarters a few blocks away. Violence has accelerated since the federal government's secured Ah protection agreement with the city and withdrew its increased security presence on July 31st. So throughout the month of August, Portland police declared it at least 14 riots. More than in June and July combined. When there were some enhanced law enforcement presence in the area. The day after the shooting, Mr Wheeler blamed Portland's violence on Donald Trump, saying the president created the eight The lead to the violence. He blamed the rights on President Trump's rhetoric, asserting that the president had praised white supremacist after the ugly unite the right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, three years ago. In fact, Mr Trump did at the time say they should be condemned. Totally. That's not included in the critique thereafter. So look at this performance and then we're going to take a break here shortly and take care of some other business, But I want to look back to some of the prior people who have served in positions of city leadership in Portland. And what has gone on there. I find it incredibly interesting and compelling. And by the way, it seems to be the U. S birthplace of Antifa. And there is no Ah, there is no Ah Not not assemblage, not a hint of political diversity in Portland. It's all one party rule. S O. I I find this to be extraordinarily interesting. And he had juxtaposed Portland versus Kenosha versus Sacramento. For that matter when you see what took place in Sacramento over the past weekend, when there was a pretty firm message sent That that kind of lawlessness would not be tolerated. Much more conversation coming up right after that Snuck away lashes. Elka Old Subaru a news 93.1 kfbk present. 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"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Evacuate. Russian dissident Alexei Navalny is in Berlin for medical treatment for suspected poisoning. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports. Navalny, a fierce critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was in Siberia when he suddenly fell gravely ill. His supporters. This fact he was poisoned. After initially agreeing that he was poisoned. Doctors in the Siberian town of Omsk later reversed their diagnosis, insisting there were no traces of toxins in Navalny's blood. After refusing to release him, Authorities finally agreed to allow Navalny's team to fly him to Berlin. NPR's Rob Schmidt, the Volney was reported in stable condition upon arriving in Berlin. Betty does remain in a coma. In Portland. Clashes between competing demonstrations by right and left wing protesters turned violent today in county building that's been the site of numerous recent protests. Portland police are warning the two groups, they may use crowd control devices to stop the confrontations. Multnomah County Justice Center has been the target in recent weeks of left wing protesters have engaged in frequent nightly clashes with police. You're listening to NPR news. Live from Cape Kennedy News. I'm Kate Wolf. Major sections of Lee County have been ordered to evacuate as wildfires continue to rage in the North Bay Area, officials say. Those fires which make up the Ellen you Lightning complex, is the second largest wildland fire in California history. It's burned more than 300,000 acres and spans five counties, including Solano, Napa, Sonoma Lake and YOLO. At least four people have died in the fires and four others were injured. Cal Fire. Local chief Shauna Jones says Re sources are stretched thin and is calling on all residents and alerted areas to be prepared to evacuate immediately concentrating on rescuing you. We cannot take care of property as defend your property and get ahead of this so viciously. Officials say the blaze is 15% contained, but warns it over 30,000 buildings are still in danger. State lawmakers want the Federal Communications Agency to make sure Californians have access to 911 calls an emergency alerts during fires and power outages. In a letter Friday, Silicon Valley Congresswoman Anna issue requested a briefing with the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. She said she wants to know how communication has been affected since the rotating outages last week in California. We do not have a clear picture of the extent of the communication outages in the Bay Area. Caused by both the blackouts and the wildfires. Issue also wants to know what the agency is doing. In response, she says she doesn't want to see a repeat of what happened during the North Bay fires when roughly 245,000 people lost service, according to the California Public Utilities Commission. FCC did not respond.

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"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on WTH Podcast

WTH Podcast

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on WTH Podcast

"I mentioned this at the beginning of the show on going to go through it pretty quickly so this Guy Daniel Turner. wrote an OP ED in the Washington Post now. Here's what needs to stop happening. These papers need to stop publishing these op-eds from dip shits. I don't care. Are they just need to stop I concur. It's titled Goodbye Washington DC Mayor Bowser broker contract with residents like me, so we're leaving. motherfucker capitalist is still there. Ain't nobody going no goddamn where by. They have spent the last twenty years getting out of black people white people on over. Oh well he is though. He's he writes. I used to go for afternoon. Tea at the Saint Regis Hotel on Sixteenth Street. It's now been renamed to Black Lives Matter Plaza t was expensive. Excessive and extremely elegant, served impeccably in a magnificent room to properly attired patrons, who politely spoken hushed tones, a little taste of a bygone era when etiquette formality were still appreciated. The Saint Regis has now girded with plywood barricades that had been spray painted with curse. Words outside people routinely set fires in have fights with the police if I went back, I'm sure some neo liberal philosopher of the Blm cult would tell me that clotted cream is a micro aggression. T just isn't worth it anymore. Nothing in DC is anymore not to me at least. Gay Black Trans no offense, but so what? We're city people. We've seen it all literally all our entire lives, you are our neighbors, our friends, the president of our Hoa's our Co workers. The great beauty of the city is that we come from all walks of life, and we get along. We accomplish this by leaving each other low worth the fuck. That's why when DC's Mayor Bowser spray painted black lives matter in front of my t spot. I knew I was. Let me read that again. I'm going to leave. Read that in a little bit of a Hoity toity ears voice. That's why when DC, Mayor Bells, irs spray, paint and black lives, matter in front of mind spot. I knew I was done. Not Because of the issue, itself or the cause remember. I don't really care, but because through her actions bowser effectively mandated empathy. This was government sanctioned compassion. The mayor used taxpayer dollars. The ones live forked over for years to force her beliefs on me and just like that the pact was broken. Government satit compassion. Sorry go, he goes on. This thing is DC cannot afford to lose me. Not Be as a person but me as a citizen. Economically I'm extremely valuable to the city. I have no kid in. They're failing schools I use no government welfare services for food, housing or help I paid them taxes and patronized their stores, businesses and shops I. am a buying consuming spending law abiding. Citizen one who adds an adds to the city's coffers, a never takes DC needs. Cities need me. Cities are now angry. Dangerous garbage dumps. I'll take my money elsewhere by. Don't let the door hit you in the ASS. GT EPO. You. Will. Oh, boy, I mean. I'm at a loss for words. This fucking guy. He had me at government's sanction compassion. Emily generally date empathy. I don't really care about anybody I don't to be compassionate. Donald contract was leave me alone. Sir You're you're thinking of Montana Yeah? Would Shit go go live in Nebraska Bro. Nebraska need you. They need you. Quickly we'll get to Portland in green has mentioned this everyone. This is from Jason Nichols tweets everyone who talks about blm. Riots and black people burning their neighborhoods and similar be as narratives whenever there's a rebellion should look at the demographics Portland Oregon, which is a whopping six percent black. Those aren't black folks lashing with that secret police force that is in fact true. We had the protesters. We had the secret police force from the FEDS. And then we had the wall of MOMS. That's right. A wall of MOMS rolled out to this protest to say hey, this is bullshit and we're moms. We're not gonNA. Take this mean while the Portland Mom, said she was struck in the face while protesting with that wall of MOMS, she detail what she said happened in a post on facebook, but preface it by saying black lives matter should remain at the center of every conversation about police brutality, and the deployment of federal forces the Portland. She's a forty one year old woman. And she said she joined the wall of Moms for a march the. The ended at Multnomah County Justice Center in downtown. PORTLAND, now it started as a small group of mothers, many dressed in yellow, shielding protesters from federal agents, but quickly became a much larger presence at demonstrations in has also spread to other cities. In recent days, federal agents have repeatedly clashed with crowds outside federal courthouse that they have been stationed in firing tear-gas and impact weapons to disperse crowds. She said as a forty one year old, white woman with immense privilege, and a mother of three young children I was inspired to us, not only my voice, but also my body to defend our First Amendment right to protest and send a clear message that black lives are worth fighting for. She posted that and a picture of her head injury She pulled out her phone took. took pictures of federal agent. Standing opposite her said I put my phone back in my pocket book. My safety goggles down from where they sat on. My helmet government is inserted a pair of earplugs and locked arms with the woman next to me that I remember some confetti had been launched on the far right of us I could hear a marching band. Band. Playing I didn't notice anything particular happening around me or in front of me. I was looking around looking forward, taking it in and just before eleven pm. I heard a boom and felt something hit my face. It wasn't immediately clear. What struck her She fell backwards She recalls being picked up by someone who carried through the crowd There was blood gushing down her face She was transported to the hospital. They finally stopped the bleeding. She had a cat scan no brain, damage or injury to her skull, did reveal a foreign substance in her forehead in one of her is. She ended up receiving seven stitches some pain. Medication and advice follow up with doctor, so they're shooting. They're shooting stuff at MOM's, but that's not it. Shortly after that a wall of veterans formed in Portland. United States. So you had the mom shielding the protesters, and then you had veteran shielding the moms, and of course. They also got..

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"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"If you do not answer that phone, they will move on and give 1000 bucks. Somebody who does. Answer the phone. Do not worry, though. Do not worry. There is another chance next hour. In fact, every hour all the way through 6 20 tonight you can win 1000 bucks an hour. So Georgia Floyd is killed by police in Minneapolis and the protests begin all around the country. They have not ended in Portland, Oregon. And in fact, the federal agents have been sent in to protect the federal courthouse that protesters continue to try to burn down Now there are a degree of peaceful protesters there in Portland, and then there are the Agitators, the more violent protesters who are not there to protest police brutality or George Floyd's murder, but in fact the what they call the occupation the federal government's occupation of their city. Despite the fact that federal agents are just protecting that federal courthouse that several of the protesters continue to try to burn down their federal agents are not Randomly riding through the Rose City, pulling people off the street, beating them down, throwing in into a CIA black site, and then people disappear. And you never hear from them again. If you Vandalize the federal courthouse. They'll find you chances are they'll probably ticket you and let you back out. But you are not going to get away with it. And this suggestion we had somebody I think was on Facebook, who said, Well, they're there to protest the federal agents because and TIFA Stands for anti Fascist. Thanks for that definition, by the way, didn't know that one. That's a new one genius that that cops all cops are fascists basically. Which again you lose the sharp edge of your protest when you when you dumb it down like that, and when you get in the way of what was supposed to be a strong message against police brutality in Minneapolis, A bunch of federal agents were hurt during a confrontation on Monday when a crowd of more than 1000 protesters descended on the federal courthouse. I say three federal agents were likely left permanently blinded. Is by lasers, lasers, A federal agents hand was impaled by planted nails. Another federal agent was shot with a pellet gun. Three federal officers were likely left permanently blinded by the lasers pointed directly into their eyes. Now that may be overstepping. No if they're going to be permanently blinded by the lasers, But anyway, it's not going well for the federal agents last night. By the way, the tools that I have seen in terms of in the hands of the protesters do not say anything about fighting police brutality They showed up last night with leaf blowers in the streets of Portland. To blow the tear gas back towards the federal agents that were deploying it from around the courthouse. Also speaking of the tear gas Inmates in the downtown jail in Portland. The Multnomah County Justice Center reported waking up in the early morning hours this week, hitting panic buttons in their cells because they were choking on tear gas. Oh, my God! So these people who are out there begging for criminal justice reform and suggesting perhaps that the people who are behind bars are there unjustly are now being victimized. Are now being victimized by the people who were supposedly there to save them or speak on their behalf or whatever. Frustrating Hey, can I throw this in there also do it. We've said to watch out for the headlines were talking about this yesterday the discussion of whether or not you could be re infected with covert 19 and that article in The New York Times that said, it's very unlikely that that happened and talked a bunch of different doctors about that. This is another one of those fearmongering Clickbait headlines that is going to scare people. Newborn baby who died was Cove it 19 positive, according to the coroner in Pennsylvania. What else happened to the baby? 26 day old girl? I guess that's I guess it's still technically newborn 26 day old girl died shortly after being admitted to a hospital was covert 19 positive, however. The coroner says it cannot be determined with medical certainty whether the Corona virus even played a role in the baby's death. Okay, okay. And it does. It says nothing about what else was going on with the kid. If there was a difficult pregnancy if it was a difficult childbirth. If the kid had a congenital birth defect, none of that stuff is in there. It just says Terrify me. Newborn baby died with covert 19. All right, Get out your dipping sauces. The Nuggets are ready. Oh, my God. They felt so good. They're crispy, too. Good job. Nick. Can I get some chipotle ranch in here? Jacob Barbecue for me, please. Oh, Now I want McDonald's way need to shake up those. We need to refill those bottles before we started going straight on the sauce everywhere. I'm sorry. Nuggets coming up next on Gary inside of the store. Amy King. What's going on? Criminal charges have been filed against two brothers who allegedly got into a scuffle with security guards, including one who broke his arm after the two refused to wear masks at a target in Van Nuys. Daly City attorney says the fight broke out as the two men were being escorted out of the store and Sepulveda Boulevard May 1st 1 of the two men arrested allegedly punched. One of the guards fight was caught on surveillance video. Burbank Police Department says it's still trying to figure out why a guy opened fire on a husband and wife, Sergeant Derek Green says. When officers arrived in the overnight hours of a home Tuesday morning, they found a dead guy in the driveway and inside a dead man in that man's wife, who was also shot but is in the hospital. Three kids were in the other rooms, Green says. It's not clear why the guy in the driveway was there is now being considered a suspect. In what we believe to be a homicide and not a random act, Green says. The kids are with other family and a motive for the shooting is still unclear. Steve Gregory Ko Phi News News brought to you by sweet James Berg in her state lawmakers who will be absent when the Legislature returns next week. We'll be able to vote on bills. At least seven people who work at the state Capitol, including an assemblyman, have been diagnosed with.

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04:03 min | 2 years ago

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"Protesters since at least July 14. Now you need probable cause to two arrested somebody. It's not clear whether these arrests are arrests or detentions. People have been released is not like the walking them up in Guantanamo Bay and leaving them there. There's probably if I had to suggest a theory here is my theory that the feds have been monitoring a group of anti protesters for a long time. They have tape of them, and then they're going on arresting them when they're violating her few at night. Personal accounts in multiple videos posted online for the officers driving up to people detaining individuals with no explanation why they're being arrested and driving off. A tactic appears to be another escalation in federal force deployed in Portland City streets as federal officers and President Donald Trump has said they plan to quell nightly protests outside the federal courthouse and Multnomah County Justice Center that have lasted for more than six weeks. Federal officers of charge at least 13 people with crimes related to the protest so far that crimes related to the protest Their crimes of looting and rioting and violating the law. Others have been arrested and released, including Pettibone. They also left one demonstrator hospitalized with skull fractures after shooting him in the face with so called less lethal munitions. On July 11th officers from the US Marshal Special Ops Group and Customs and Border Protection have been sent to Portland to protect federal property. But interviews conducted by OBP show officers are also detaining people in Portland Street aren't near federal property, Nor is it clear that all the people being arrested have engaged in criminal activity. Well, if they are detained, and then they're released. That does happen from time to time. And when the police detain you, and then they release you, that is not technically an arrest by Supreme Court jurisprudence. Now, what is it? What, exactly Why's all this happening? If you just read that piece, you think? Well, these are peaceful protesters writing. That's all that's happening is peaceful, Peaceful Protesting. Yeah, That's not exactly what has been happening. You have terrorists are attempting to turn. I mean, look at these saves and looking like the defacement of public property. You can see what's happening here. Get that they're having to use tear gas on protest. On quote unquote protesters and looters are flinging objects at the cops. They're firing fireworks, literally firing fireworks at federal buildings. I mean, this is this is not peaceful protest, ng acting th s secretary Chad Wolf said in a statement earlier this week. The city of Portland has been under siege for 47 straight days by a violent mob, while local political leaders refused to restore order to protect their city each night. Wallis anarchist, destroy and desecrate property, including the federal courthouse and attacked the brave law enforcement officers protecting it. Said. Instead of addressing violent criminals in their communities, local and state leaders are instead focusing on placing blame on law enforcement and requesting fewer officers in their community. This failed response has only embolden the violent mob is it escalates violence day after day? D. H s and released an extensive list of violence caused by leftist protesters since basically the end of May. We're talking about graffiti. We're talking about assault mean that there's tape of antifa dragging fencing over toward the federal courthouse to try and set up their own chop, Chazz. In in Portland. So why? Why exactly? I hear they are right. Here they are. They've faced the federal court building and now they're dragging fencing over there to prevent the cops from coming in. Idiot white kids. It's a bunch of moron moron woke white liberals. For engaging in this sort of activity. It's criminal activity. And the locals refused to do their job and arresting criminals. And so the feds are coming and they're doing it. Which is legal. Which is legal. So the media's response has been Trump's fashion. This is the overwhelming response literally. Trump is a fascist was trending on Twitter. So if Trump enforces the law, he's a fascist from doesn't take over all aspects of America's Lock down policies. Then he is an incompetent. You guys gonna have to pick one? We're gonna have to pick the other. But again, it all comes down to the cops are the bad guys. Except the cops aren't the bad guys. There's one black officer from Portland who I mean, this is pretty moving stuff. Talked about the situation in Portland, he said. Basically, I want have conversation with some of the people who are protesting, and these white woke jackasses keep coming between me and the people that I'm talking to. And then calling me racist names. There was this. This black police officer from Portland. His name is Jackson. I got to see folks at I really do want change, like the rest of us that have been impacted by racism..

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07:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Wilson reports of protesters gathered at the Multnomah County Justice Center and the federal courthouse downtown. Demonstrators carried signs that read Black lives matter and chanted out of your houses and into the streets. After protesters dismantle defense around the federal courthouse, Federal officers emerge and started to drive protesters away using tear gas and other crowd control devices such as batons. Second group of demonstrators gathered outside the Portland Police Association building in north Portland. Around 11 PM, Protesters broke in and set fire to the building, according to police was quickly extinguished. The large and diverse crowd made one thing clear. Increased actions by federal law enforcement in the past week have only brought more people into this, Fritz. NPR News. I'm Comrade Wilson in Portland, State and local officials are clashing with the Trump Administration of the activities of those federal officers Organs Attorney general is seeking a court order to stop them from arresting people in Portland. According to data released this weekend by the World Health Organization to Corona virus. Infections around the globe total nearly 260,000 over a 24 hour period. Another single day record. The increase was led by the U. S. With more than 70,000 new cases reported the some belt has been a hot spot for new cases and as infection surge in the region. There is concern about the capacity of hospital's intensive care units in Florida, Miami Dade Mayor Carlos Jimenez Is seeking to reassure the public that patients will have accessed. I see youse I talked to the to the The CEOs of all the hospital system here on day haven't said. They can't handle it. They can Helen and we expect to be able to handle it as US struggles to keep up with testing amid a surgeon New Corona virus cases a faster approach to diagnosing Mohr. People is on the way. NPR's Amy held reports, federal officials have given the green light of pooled testing already being used abroad. The FDA has granted an emergency use authorization to quest diagnostics for testing pulled samples. So instead of testing each swabs specimen. One tests covers a batch of up to four at once. If the pool's negative testing moves on, if positive. Each sample is then tested individually. It allows more tests to be run at a time with faster results and fewer testing supplies, swab shortages and other supply chain issues have played to the U. S testing response. Recent backlogs at labs have meant some people are waiting a week or more for their results in some cases after the infectious period is over. Experts say the pooling method works best in areas with lower infection rates. Amy held NPR news and this is NPR news. Live from Kait. Edie News. I'm Queen Achim. Over 100 people incarcerated at the Santa Rita Jail tested positive for covert 19 this week. That's according to Alameda County Sheriff's officials. An attorney for the department says inmates were likely exposed in the kitchen area and says there are violations of the mandatory mask policy at the facility. Who's a Bernal from the nonprofit Ella Baker Center, says the jail is notorious for its unsanitary conditions and says those awaiting pretrial should be released immediately. We're talking about 1500% increase in the matter of 48 hours. That doesn't just happen without negligence. This is a very highly dangerous Dale and the pandemic on Lee exasperates everything. Sheriff's officials says that inmates who have tested positive are largely asymptomatic and are being held apart from each other. A state senator wants the FBI to look into the fatal shooting of 22 year old Sean Monterroso by Filet O police and the destruction of evidence related to the case is Julie Chang reports. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for an FBI investigation into Monterroso case Friday. Shortly after state Senator Bill Dodd joined her dot whose district includes Solano County, says he also wants an independent investigation into the destruction of the windshield through which an officer shot and killed Marta Rocha was just had so many problems in this regard over the years and transparency, particularly at this time is really critical, and we've just got to make sure that this investigation is done right well. State Attorney General Javier Becerra has declined to investigate the shooting. Sarah announced Friday that his office will look into the disposal of the windshield Monterroso with shot and killed last month at a Walgreens parking lot. When police were responding to alluding call, Police said. They thought mantra that had a gun. Ah Hammer was found in a stock it I'm Julie Chang. The news And in Berkeley. I'm Queen A Kim. And this is the news support comes from personal capital, offering instant access to financial tools and advice from home personal capital dot com. Support for NPR comes from the Kreskin Foundation, expanding opportunities in America's cities through grant making and social investing more at dot or GQ and the listeners of cake. This's weekend edition from NPR News, Louie Garcia Navarro. Good morning and thanks for joining us today. Police in Portland, Oregon, declared the ongoing protests. They're a riot overnight after the Portland Police Association building was set on fire and exits to government buildings were blocked. Police told protesters they would risk being arrested if they did not clear the streets. For more than 50 nights. Hundreds have been gathering in the city's downtown to protest racial inequality and police brutality. Last week, federal agents dressed in camouflage and tactical gear took to the streets, unleashing tear gas meeting protesters bloody and pulling people in tow, unmarked fans. The state of Oregon is now suing several federal agencies, citing civil rights violations. Portland's mayor, Ted Wheeler, called the actions and attack on democracy and has demanded that the Trump Administration remove the federal agents from his city. I asked him if he's heard back. The only response has been from the interim secretary of Homeland security, and he's basically told us to stuff it. The problem were experiencing here is we haven't already heightened situation. It's already tense. But after nearly five weeks of demonstrations were starting to see that small handful of people who are engaged in criminal activity. It was dissipating. It was coming down. We believed a week ago it would be over by this weekend. What happened instead is. The feds stepped in with a very heavy handed approach, and it blew the lid off the whole thing. Mayor Acting's Homeland Security Deputy secretary Ken Cuccinelli spoke to NPR Friday night and he said that you quote hold back. You're law enforcement. Preventing them from using certain non lethal tactics. He cited 49 straight days of violence and destruction as justification for deploying federal agents are those accurate descriptions of your actions and what's unfolding on the streets of your city? You know again, it's rhetoric. It's the kind of escalating rhetoric we've seen from Donald Trump and the White House and he sent in the troops. Despite.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"N y. C F in HD and AM New York. I've heard from other health department have actually purchased new fax machines since virus started to keep up with the volume of reports they're getting. Yes, our public health system in the year 2020 hinges on The fax machine from WNYC in New York. This is on the media. I'm Bob Garfield. Human beings in the midst of radical change aren't so hot it noticing how severe it is someone who can tell you we didn't use to have 15 days above 100 degrees every year. Put to you Whatever you find, feels normal. Also where we go One way, go on Cue and non was once just a cultish Internet conspiracy. But with help from Donald Trump this November, we will see realize if Hugh and unassociated candidates On the ballot. I stand with President Trump. I stand with you and together we can save our republic. It's all coming up after this. Live from NPR News on trial. Snyder Hundreds of protesters gathered across port on last night for the city's 52nd consecutive night of demonstrations against police, violence and racism. Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports of protesters gathered at the Multnomah County Justice Center and the federal courthouse downtown. Demonstrators.

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03:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Protesters since at least July 14. Now you need probable cause you to arrested somebody. It's not clear whether these arrests are arrests or detentions. People have been released. It's not like they're locking them up in Guantanamo Bay and leading them there. There's probably if I had to suggest a theory here is my theory that the feds have been monitoring a group of anti protesters for a long time. We have tape of them, and then they're going on arresting them when they're violating her few at night. Personal accounts in multiple videos posted online for the officers driving up to people detaining individuals have no explanation why they're being arrested and driving off. A tactic appears to be another escalation in federal force deployed in Portland City streets as federal officers and President Donald Trump has said they plan to quell nightly protests outside the federal courthouse and Multnomah County Justice Center that have lasted for more than six weeks. Federal officers of charge at least 13 people with crimes related to the protest so far that crimes related to the protest Their crimes of looting and rioting and violating the law. Others have been arrested and released, including Pettibone. They also left one demonstrator hospitalized with skull fractures after shooting him in the face with so called less lethal munitions. On July 11th officers from the US Marshal Special Ops Group and Customs and Border Protection have been sent to Portland to protect federal property. But interviews conducted by OBP show officers are also detaining people in Portland Street aren't near federal property, Nor is it clear that all the people being arrested have engaged in criminal activity. Well, if they are detained, and then they're released. That does happen from time to time. And when the police detain you, and then they release you, that is not technically an arrest by Supreme Court jurisprudence. Now, what is it? What, exactly Why's all this happening? If you just read that piece, you think that these are peaceful protesters writing? That's all that's happening is peaceful, Peaceful Protesting. Yeah, That's not exactly what has been happening. You have terrorists are attempting to turn. I mean, look at these saves and looking like the defacement of public property. You can see what's happening here. Okay that they're having to use tear gas on protest. On quote unquote. Protesters and looters are flinging objects at the cops. They're firing fireworks, literally firing fireworks at federal buildings. I mean, this is this is not peaceful, protesting acting th s secretary Chad Wolf said in a statement earlier this week. The city of Portland has been under siege for 47 straight days by a violent mob, while local political leaders refused to restore order to protect their city each night. Wallace anarchist, destroy and desecrate property, including the federal courthouse and attacked the brave law enforcement officers protecting it. Said. Instead of addressing violent criminals in their communities, local and state leaders are instead focusing on placing blame on law enforcement and requesting fewer officers in their community. This failed response has only embolden the violent mob is it escalates violence day after day? D. H s and release an extensive list of violence caused by leftist protesters since basically the end of May. We're talking about graffiti. We're talking about assault mean that there's tape of antifa dragging fencing over toward the federal courthouse to try and set up their own chop, Chazz. In in Portland. So why? Why exactly, they hear they are right. Here they are. They've faced the federal court building and now they're dragging fencing over there to prevent the cops from coming in. Idiot white kids. It's a bunch of moron moron woke white liberals. For engaging in this sort of activity. It's criminal activity, and the locals refused to do their job and arresting criminals. And so the feds are coming and they're doing it. Which is legal. Which is legal. So the media's response has been trumps a fascist. This is the overwhelming response. Literally. Trump is a fascist was trending on Twitter. So if Trump enforces the law, he's a fascist from doesn't take over all aspects of America's Lock down policies. Then he is an incompetent. You guys gonna have to pick one? We're gonna have to pick the other. But again, it all comes down to the cops are the bad guys except the cops aren't the bad guys. There's one black officer from Portland, who pretty moving stuff talked about the situation in Portland, He said. Basically, I want have conversation with some of the people who are protesting in these white woke jackasses keep coming between me and the people that I'm talking to. And then calling me racist names here. Is this. This black police officer from Portland. His name is Jackson. I got to see.

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"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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05:27 min | 2 years ago

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"Welcome back to the bench hero shows when the media aren't calling President Trump incompetent and abdicating. They're calling him a fascist. I don't have a lot of sympathy for the for the idea that trumps to blame for all of this. You see this again from from Chris Christie's on MSNBC, he says it's Republicans faults because they're not pushing mascot mandate here. He was Chris Hayes on MSNBC. They want the last few months to not have happened. To be wiped from everyone's memories to be some some fluke. An alternate dimension that we've accidentally worked into. And now we're just gonna work back out into normalcy. And they govern that way to buy a large and it hasn't worked. That's why we're in the hell we all are. And that is exactly what the fight about masses about. I think masks are a visual reminder that everything is normal that we're in the midst of a once in a century pandemic. And on the whole the Republican Party would very much like you to forget that, OK, hold up a second. Just hold up a second. The idea that mask mandates are the real problem here again. I'm gonna give you the case numbers, the rising case numbers. It's a Florida is number one in terms of rising case numbers. They're also doing the most was Florida, Texas, California, which is a Democratic state, Georgia, Arizona. Tennessee, Louisiana, Louisiana's Democratic state. Hey, the states that we're most hardheaded beginning. Of course we're all of the Democratic states. This idea that the mass mandate was the real key here where? Why don't the Democrats states get get it? And why is it again it does. Trump have the power to mandate the Denmark and Norway and Sweden and Finland don't wear masks. Again. The idea that they have, like the clear answer to all of this is really just cover for. We don't like trump. That's what you see from Andrew Cuomo, who's been the worst government throughout all of this awful in every respect, and it makes posters to himself about how wonderful he is. Here is Andrew Cuomo, basically saying that Trump is to blame for everything, including the fact that I'm garbage in my job. Rapper should say that Trump is to blame for the virus coming to New York because that's the fact that's what the CDC just said. If Trump's government had done its job, the virus wouldn't come here. If we don't do. Governors don't do global pandemics. I was trying to explain it to Mr Tapper government don't do Global public health. That's not in the state charter. The federal government does that virus didn't come here because of anything New Yorkers did. The virus came here because the federal government missed it. Oh, the various committees, the federal government missed it. I see. It didn't come to New York because you guys were busy. Talk about everybody should go down to Chinatown for Chinese New Year. It didn't come to New York because you shipped all the old people with Kobe back into the nursing homes. And Trump is just such a convenient whipping post for the Democrats. And it doesn't matter that they don't have a solution for this either, because no one has a solution. How about this? How about we just recognized there are no good answers here, as they say. The idea is that Trump was not a fascist uncovered 19 and therefore he abdicated his duty. And then when Trump steps in to protect the rights of citizens that are not being protected by the mayor's, then he's a fascist. So case in point. They're these reports happening from Portland, where apparently federal forces under the D H s are going around Portland. They're labeled police right there, wearing full on military regalia with police. I'm their military regalia, and they're getting out of unmarked vehicles and they're arresting looters and rioters and people who are disobeying curfew laws in all of this, and they're not just quote unquote peaceful. Protesters are walking around at 2 a.m. smashing things. It's it's been happening in Portland for well over a month. Ted Wheeler, who is the the idiot mayor of Portland has allowed this to go on for really years. He's allowed Antifa to stop people in the middle of the street. He's allowed Portland to become the repository of sort of antifa centers. They're videos that are emerging of federal forces and members of D. H s were walking up on guys who are dressed in these kind of cosplay antifa military stuff. Interesting people. And so there are all these reports emerging online. But the feds. This is fascism, fascism because they're coming in arresting people. What's it all about? Well, DHHS basically announced what it was all about before. Let me read. You held me are covering this and then we'll get to what's actually happening here because, according to the media, This is basically Trump has authorized the jackboots to coming tonight and just pick up peaceful protesters standing against racism. That is not what is happening here. There's not a lot of evidence that the federal forces are just arriving, too. Lock up the protesters. That's that's not OK. So here is the report. They got all of this started. It's from the Oregon. Okay, I guess is it's Oregon. Public Broadcasting is the source of this report in the early hours of July 15th after a night spent protesting at the Multnomah County Justice Center protesting, we'll see by protesting. They mean like Firing things breaking windows in attempting to destroy And the Mark Hatfield Federal courthouse, Mark Pettibone and his friend Conroe, She decided to head home and call my compared to most protesting downtown by two way on law enforcement hadn't used any tear gas. And with only a few exceptions, both the Portland Police Bureau and federal law enforcement officers had stayed out of sight. A block west of Chapman Square, Pettibone O'Shea bumped into a group of people who warned them that people in camouflage we're driving around the area in unmarked minivans grabbing people off the street. The first of all, let's just be clear about this. Police routinely use armored vehicles. Because it's your unmarked vehicle People run if you want to arrest somebody very often using unmarked vehicle LF he does not only use marked vehicles in my city, federal forces are not required to only use marked vehicles. That was terrifying to hear, Pettibone said. They barely made it half a block in an unmarked mini van pulled up in front of them. I see guys in camo, Shay said. Four or five of them pop out open the door. It was just like a bleep. I know who you are or what you want with us. Federal law enforcement officers have been using unmarked vehicles to drive around downtown Portland and detained.

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06:32 min | 2 years ago

"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Uh Wear living right here in Portland, Oregon. We're living in a Tom Clancy novel. It's seriously like something out of either Tom Clancy novel. Behold a pale horse go down all of the, you know. John Keel. I don't know. It's Ah, It's supposed to be disturbing is that I was near the Justice Center today. Men in black standing there. My bees. I know there were Secret service agents, but they were standing there. Standing there checking their earphones, You know, just like it's like right out of the movies. Last night. We had troops marching down marching in the streets. You know we didn't have tanks yet. Is probably coming, but we had the troops in the streets. We had people being taken. Off the streets into vans, unmarked vans. And your wished away. You know it almost like once again the discipline to see those in South America and add more insult to injury. Got Ah, article that was sent to me by a friend. And I just posted on Facebook. But the wording this is something out of Esquire. It says the authoritarian operation in Portland is only a dress rehearsal. A major American city is being softly Pino shade in broad daylight, basically stating that there is a coup going on. Ah! This is from Esquire. Federal law enforcement officers have been using unmarked vehicles to drive around downtown Portland detained protesters since July. 14th Personal accounts in multiple videos posted online show the officers driving up to people detaining individuals, no explanation of why they're being arrested and driving off. A tactic appears to be another escalation. Federal force deployed by actually deployed on Portland City streets, as federal officials to President Donald Trump have said they plan to quell Nightly protests outside the federal courthouse in Multnomah County Justice Center that has lasted for months ago. They set fire to the damn thing They've spray painted the thing the thing just barely holding on. They brought down a monument. Elk. In downtown Portland. They're saying this is a peaceful protest Ng. Yeah, There are plenty of peaceful protesters out there, but a lot of this is not peaceful there blocking roads last night we got out early. We didn't do anything. We got out early, and now I'm halfway tempted just to sit here in defiance. Because it's Friday night and Friday night means hey, let's go have a party downtown and see if we can get rounded up by the guys who were wearing camouflage. I mean, we have troops in the streets. Okay, we have And then everyone's like freaking out, saying Homeland security vehicles everywhere. They're just out for the FBI building. Just no more than half a block away near the MacDonalds were right here, broadcasting That's all been spray painted, too and destroy. Oh, it's like anything can happen tonight. So be ready for it. Anything can happen. Really? I mean, we're in a world that is constantly changing. It's constantly being manipulated. These manipulations and changes are being made by very powerful people. You are twisted enough to warn you when you're about to be in the crosshairs of one of their diabolical agendas. It's what I mean. Using what intuitive skills we have. We can tap into this storehouse of information we've accumulated over time and understand it are many things that go on. And many of these things that go on or not by accident. These things happen for a reason. There are things I reported for you to prepare. Repair because it's it's not gonna be a zoo media is you'd like, maybe or it may be happening on and I don't know there's a statute of limitations on predictions. I don't know if there's a statute of limitations on preparedness. Last night, I pushed. Prepare with ground zero over and over again. People thought I was doing the infomercial. No, I'm doing it because I want you to get what you need and get it for low prices and have it ready to go. I mean, the guy we had on the Navy seal was not Was not selling anything. Only you thought about his podcast. I was telling you because I'm urging preparedness because I'm seeing this stuff. And I can't believe what I'm seeing. And I talked to my friends. They will You predicted this client you want You just You suck it up. I do. Suck it up, but it just When I see it transpire in front of me. I'm realizing I'm living in a bizarre timeline. And there are manipulators that continually try to cover up an office, Kate, their machinations and the more we're aware of them. I think the more we should feel obligated to expose them. However, it is important to fully understand what is happening without jumping to conclusions are rattling off some Illuminati list of enemies or being I mean all these cue. People are going absolutely bat crazy because they're like going well, now The indictments are coming. And now that none none none. No, no, no, Not yet, but the indictments were having all not yet if they do happen That's gonna be a big surprise for everybody By October. I'm not saying that it's not gonna happen. I'm not. I'm not going to dash your dreams queue people know but see. There are plenty of opportunities out there. Exploiting you and pumping fear into your minds. And it is just that. I mean, we have to keep things in perspective. You may think it's all scary, but when you're in the middle of it, it's it's It's not exactly scary. It's just By opening. It's illuminating to see this going on. Just everything like I said. Everything is like you know what Bill Cooper talked about What William Cooper talked about. Behold, behold a pale horse. Like everything that Bill Cooper talked about everything that I talked about. Since I started 95. Everything that Alex Jones talk has talked about. All this stuff. It's like it's like right here. It's great state. We were in the Revenant move over that movie, Great state that never got made the poor guy that made the film I guess either was killed or committed suicide. This is where we are right now, and I know that it's hard. To keep things in perspective, and it's a hard thing. Tio not go overboard and freak out. But we're seeing that everything now has a purpose. And it has a reason and the manipulations are political and even your health now. His political What you wear is political..

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"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on X96

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02:46 min | 2 years ago

"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on X96

"Show. And I know that I know that I didn't know there were books the I think the books are better, but you know You've compared them side by side. And it was really sad here that the They've had to cancel the 2021 Rose parade on you know why? What? Well, it's apparently it's do do the Corona virus pandemic? Yes. So they had to cancel the It says here. Due to the pandemic. It could have been due to a rose shortage or some could be so they had to be specific, but they have to smell Um So here you go. Um Totalitarian governments do. Yes, we have one do various things. They try to control the information. Yes, and we talked about that yesterday or the day before about we're going to bypass. The CDC and have all of the information about Corona virus sent To a private company. That's the White House controls. That's what a totalitarian government would do. And another thing The totalitarian governments do is, um Covertly. Um Take people arrest people and take them away off the street in on unmarked cars. Yeah, secret in the early hours of July 15th After a night spent pro testing in the Multnomah County Justice Center Mark Oh Hatfield federal courthouse, Mark Pedigo Bone, and his friend Connor O'Shea decided to head for home. I have been pro testing. This is in Portland, who had been pro testing. They said, Let's go home. It's you know, it's been a long night of protests. It had been a pretty calm night compared to most protesting downtown by 2 a.m. Law enforcement hadn't used any tear gas. And with only to a few exceptions, both the Portland police Bureau and federal law enforcement officers has stayed out of sight. A block west of Chapman Square. Pettibone and O'shay bumped into a group of people who warned them that there were people in camouflage driving around the area. In unmarked minivans grabbing people off the street. That was terrifying to hear, Mr Pettibone said. They had barely made it half a block when an unmarked mini van pulled up in front of them. I see a bunch of guys in camo, O'Shea said. Four or five of them jump out opened the door. It was just like Oh s. I don't know who you are What you.

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"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Over and see Mark when he was living there for a couple months during the winter, I had to cancel the flight because you had to go through like Hong Kong or whatever to get there. So basically at the very beginning of the whole cove it thing I had to cancel it, and they haven't told me anything yet. We're still waiting on the refunds for the Vegas trip that was cancelled late May. Wow. So we're going to go with some friends to Vegas? Right? So this is my second Vegas trip this year that has been canceled. But don't go because there's no point in trying to cancel the flight and waiting. It's Vegas. I can find something to do. Are they having even have more fun there since Freedom fest? Is it there now? Maybe fewer responsibilities to deal with that, so you don't have to broadcast If Mark isn't going and you're not going, I don't know. I don't want to. Just don't go around. I mean, we were planning on broadcasting from Anarcho Vegas and Crypto Vegas, and those events are still on as of as of two days ago. They had found a new venue on so I think they're still planning on doing it. Although maybe a freedom fast cancels, they will. They will follow suit. Given that you know some of the folks from freedom, Pest, we're expected to go. Two anarcho Vegas and maybe now they won't. Well, if all of the guests can't sort, I suppose I would probably just cancel the flights as well. So here's a little bit more news is we've been talking about the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone and how it is basically coming to an end. They've now arrested a couple dozen people as the police swept back in earlier this week. One guy had a kitchen knife. You just can't have that and he may have been eating a steak or something you know, is unclear, so they re took their territory that one sounds like it's over. But things are just getting heated up out in Portland, not too far away from Seattle. The next data report land in Oregon, according to the Daily Mail in a story earlier this week. Protesters burned an American flag side of these so called Justice Center in Portland and replaced it with a black lives matter sign on the 30th straight day of anti racism demonstrations in the city, So you were commenting previously about how the news media hasn't really been covering the protests in a You know, significant manner, at least that we've seen well when they were looting. There were new stories every day about that when there was looting that, with black lives matter, protestors polluting. But when Louis corresponded to the protest It was all over the media. But as soon as that died down there, like okay, well, we can't portray the black lives matter Movement as being hostile and violent and unreasonable. Then let's just not talk about it. So the protests, though they have continued 30 days straight every single day protests going on in Portland, according to this story. The protests led by Rosa City Justice. Brought more than 100 people outside the steps of the Multnomah County Justice Center, which has become a popular spot for demonstrations there. Tensions flared as the city entered another night of demonstrations against police brutality, Racism and the death of George Floyd. At around midnight Group of protesters pulled down the American flag hung outside the Justice Center. Cell phone footage shows two protesters using what appear to be lighter fluid and some sort of aerosol spray. To further ignite the already burning flag. Others were heard chanting No cake! Yusa! What's dangerous using aerosol in a lighter together? I mean, we all did what we were kids, but that's probably just take it. Just take a lighter to it, Man. It's cloth. It'll burn. So later in the night, the same group hoisted a black lives matter sign with colorful wire lights up the flag pole, instead prompting loud cheers from the demonstrators. Similar acts of arson were conducted over the weak, with the Portland Police Burrows North precinct being lit on fire Friday. And sidewalk garbage cans set ablaze. Protesters on Thursday attempted to convert the space outside the precinct into an autonomous zone similar to Seattle's Chazz area. And aunt says they attempted to convert the space. I don't know. If that means that they succeeded. It doesn't sound like they did, according to the story and Saturday. The protesters began the night the night by erecting makeshift barricades out of discarded fencing in plastic street dividers the block off a nearby intersection, according to police press release..

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"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is among those attending the public viewing he says African Americans have been dealing with police brutality for generations my father March of the civil rights movement I'm here and have had to have that talk with my son about how to react to police and as well as I had to view my son have that talk with my grandson his son meanwhile protesters are taking to the streets in Raeford North Carolina calling for justice and Floyd's death in Washington DC demonstrators are crowding the steps of the Lincoln Memorial holding up signs that read black lives matter and justice for all massive crowds are also protesting on the steps of Philadelphia's famed art museum and in parts of New York City Los Angeles and Atlanta as police tactics come under heavy scrutiny following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis protesters in Portland Oregon have filed a class action lawsuit against the city for what they're calling indiscriminate use of tear gas during nightly protests Jonathan Levinson from Oregon public broadcasting reports the lawsuit comes after seven days of protests and the almost nightly use of tear gas to disperse protesters gathered around the Multnomah county justice center home to the Portland police bureau's headquarters it was filed on behalf of two protesters in the advocacy group called don't shoot Portland they're seeking a temporary restraining order to immediately stop the use of tear gas by Portland police on Friday nearby Seattle banned the use of tear gas for thirty days in Portland mayor Ted Wheeler said he plans to make a similar announcement over the weekend later Friday night with thousands gathered around the justice center.

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"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"multnomah county justice center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Cities are preparing for protests tonight over the police death of George Floyd people cleaning up the mess from last night and mayors are calling for calm Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms says nearly a week later it's evident that the image of a cop's knee on George Floyd snack continues to resonate we now the frustration is still there and all of the issues and all of those concerns and anger that were there on Friday haven't gone away Washington DC mayor Muriel Bowser adds people must decide what message their actions send and they have a right to exercise their first amendment rights but not to destroy our city both mayors on NBC's meet the press hundreds of protesters arrest were made in cities from coast to coast boxes Grinnell's cut president trump is designating antifa as a terrorist organization after blaming it in other far left groups for inciting violence the north west not spared from the protests fox's Dan Springer is in Seattle the mayor declared a civil emergency and Saturday and Sunday although the governor activated the National Guard he was also ignored and in Friday night which is wired to the Multnomah county justice center in Salt Lake City a bizarre situation when a man got out of his car all lives matter then aimed his bold he was quickly overrun by the crowd he was overturned and burned there's been more than sixteen hundred arrests in twenty two cities since Thursday two U. S. astronauts who rode a SpaceX rocket from Cape Canaveral yesterday are now inside the international space station it was the first launch of NASA astronauts.

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