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"natalie bureau" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"natalie bureau" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Feasible I don't well I'm not an expert in in the in this type of way to you know take care of somebody's life but you know this is the this the non following of the protocols and the the fact that you know they were they were supposed to be checking him every half hour and not on the top and the bottom of the hour but you know sort of at random intervals freshly thirty minutes apart and that that protocol wasn't followed the fact that he was supposed to have a roommate and didn't have a roommate I mean there's there are facts here that are that that the the answers to which we don't have and I know that general bar it was even though he doesn't appear to be he's very upset about this and all reports are is that you know he is determined that it's completely unacceptable the answers that he's receiving thus far and and has a point has not only put the FBI to investigate it but is also asked inspector general Michael Horowitz of somebody that I worked with when I was Attorney General for which is going to look at this as well and that the the interesting thing about Horowitz is is he is no stranger to not only the bureau of prisons and investigating them but also some of the facilities here in New York he did a a pretty damning investigation of some of the guards I think in the same facility in the last couple years and so he he knows this and I think he'll be able to get the answers but one of the things that that we need to ensure is that there is transparency we have to know it's as much detail about this is possible the American people I think our you know sort of they have lost some confidence obviously in Natalie bureau of prisons because of this incident but also you know I mean the I. let's be Frank in the department justice which BOP is part of I think has taken over the last several years some serious hits to its credibility and and and the only way to solve that is to demonstrate through really what I would call extreme transparency you know some of the answers to these questions are only on on at scenes death but it but in some of the other investigations that there's been a lot of speculation and get uncertainty surrounding so I've been I've you know I I I I know I don't know I don't have any inside information on the on the obscene situation other than knowing the protocols procedures were followed that should have been which you know based on what I know about the bureau of prisons you know there is this is going to reveal some I think uncomfortable challenges that they're facing and in in you know if they're going to need of not only the help of the department justice to soften the challenges but the Congress is gonna probably have to ultimately get involved in and sort of how the bureau of prisons does it on on a day to day basis but it's a tough it's a tough charge I got a hundred eighty thousand plus inmates that you're you're taking care of crossfit gym many many facilities nationwide and it's it's a daily challenge but at same time that's why you have these protocols and procedures and if you don't follow them you end up with really bad results now you know and again I I think there's been a lot of speculation that maybe this wasn't a suicide and and I mean that if you really step take a step back and think about them that's an extraordinary claim and it you know what that's why we need this transparency is to make sure that all the questions are answered and that that speculation is is proven to be false true or false I mean I again I have a hard time imagining that that could happen but at the same time there's so many things that were not done right that it does it it big allows sort of some of these speculations what an end to you which is something you said earlier yes I I can understand why they're all these speculations because you've got the DOJ who's involved in this well we don't have a lot of people a lot of faith in the DOJ based on with on the on going investigation with the whole Muller report and then we hear over don't worry the F. B. I.'s also gonna be conducting an investigation all well now I feel better it's sad but our faith in those institutions has taken a huge hit and a lot of people don't trust it and you've got the Southern District of New York which this this jailed for this prison being in New York we know Paul man a fort was there so they've got a connection to the to the Muller case as then is that line may be people look at it and still question it and and the sea will Congress is going to fix it all well I'm sure this will be for all right well you know I so I want to me I want to be maybe be a little more put a finer point on that is cut they're gonna if they want to fix it it gives Congress is gonna have to help I'm not suggesting that sort of Congress is the panacea to the to really fix anything they can't even do some of the basic things that our country needs right now right so but at the same time I really it also I do want to I worked with the FBI hand in hand in it not always US attorney in the morning for five and a half years but also as chief of staff of the for three general sessions and then as the acting Attorney General and you know I just I I think the FBI has been under some some negative connotations but the men and women at the FBI special agents that I work with day in and day out are exceptional they are the best in class it's too bad that that individuals at the top of that organization especially under the previous administration did what it did to the credibility in honor of those rank and file FBI agents but you know I do if you if you're telling me that they're taking some New York field office FBI agents and they're going to investigate what happened obscene I have a lot of confidence that they'll they'll get to the bottom of it yes and I very quickly Ghislaine Maxwell I have not heard much about her if I did hear report that her whereabouts are quote unquote unknown but if she got an immunity deal with with the investigation in Florida they can't touch her is that right one minute yeah well I mean this is obviously a lot more complicated but you know they're depending on where any person is there's ways to you know bring bring them to justice or to find them a it's it's so the other system to some extent it if if I knew the entire fact pattern I could tell you exactly how it was going to happen but I don't the site is not something that that I'm fully tracking right now yes because of all the other news of the day yeah and and then this substance thing is like a bowl of spaghetti there's a lot of names and a lot of people in it you know attached to this are they the we do know the FBI is on his island a little the of his with my best known as pedophile the island an orgy island is that great yeah instead of little Saint James island that's what.

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"natalie bureau" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"natalie bureau" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Secure this prisoner we are now learning of serious irregularities at this facility they are deeply concerning and demand a thorough investigation at that is Attorney General bill Barr discussing the alleged suicide of jeopardy Jeffrey Epstein at the mentor metropolitan correctional center being the MCC joining us is it Matthew Whitaker the acting he was the acting Attorney General of the United States and he is the incoming general counsel for PC matic let's let's talk about what happened here Jeffrey instead of courting to the New York Post he was found hanging in his jail cell with a bed sheet wrapped around his neck secured to the top of the bunk bed he's six feet tall the ceilings there anywhere from eight to nine feet and according to the New York Post he as according to a source he killed himself by kneeling towards the floor and strangling himself with these this makeshift noose made out of a a bed sheet Hey and he had apparently hadn't been checked in ours does this sound feasible I don't well I'm not an expert in in the in this type of way to you know take care of somebody's life but you know this is the this the non following of the protocols and the the fact that you know they were they were supposed to be checking him every half hour and not on the top and the bottom of the hour but you know sort of at random intervals price with thirty minutes apart and that that protocol wasn't followed the fact that he was supposed to have a roommate and didn't have a roommate I mean there's there are facts here that are that that the the answers to which we don't have and I know that general bar you know is even though he doesn't appear to be he's very upset about this and all reports are is that you know he is determined that it's completely unacceptable the answers that he's receiving the thus far and and has a point has not only put the FBI to investigate it but is also asked inspector general Michael Horowitz on some of that I worked with when I was Attorney General core which is going to look at this as well and that the the interesting thing about Horowitz is is he is no stranger to not only the bureau of prisons and investigating them but also some of the facilities here in New York he did a a pretty damning investigation of some of the guards I think in the same facility in the last couple years and so on he he knows this and I think he'll be able to get the answers but one of the things that that we need to ensure is that there is transparency we have to know it's as much detail about this is possible the American people I think or you know sort of they have lost some confidence obviously in Natalie bureau of prisons because of this incident but also you know I mean that I I let's be Frank in the department justice which BOP is part of I think has taken over the last several years some serious hits to its credibility and and and the only way to solve that is to demonstrate through the what I would call extreme transparency you know some of the answers these questions on only on on FC's death but in but in some of the other investigations that there's been a lot of speculation and you know uncertainty surrounding so I've been I've you know I I I I even though I don't know I don't have any inside information on the on the I've seen situation other than knowing the protocols procedures were followed that should have been which you know based on what I know about the bureau of prisons you know there is this is going to reveal some I think uncomfortable challenges that they're facing and in in you know they're gonna need of not only the help of the department justice dissolves in these challenges but the Congress is gonna probably have to ultimately get involved in and sort of how the bureau of prisons does it on on a day to day basis but it's a tough it's a tough charge I got a hundred eighty thousand plus inmates that you're you're taking care of cross the dome many many facilities nationwide and it's it's a daily challenge but at same time that's why you have these protocols and procedures and if you don't follow them you end up with really bad results now you know and again I I think there's been a lot of speculation that maybe this wasn't a suicide and and I mean that if you really step to step back and think about them that's an extraordinary claim and it you know what that's why we need this transparency is to make sure that all the questions are answered and that that speculation is is proven to be false true or false I mean I again I have a hard time imagining that that could happen but at the same time there's so many things that were not done right that it does it did it allows sort of some of these speculations what an end to you which is something you said earlier yes I I can understand why they're all these speculations because you've got the DOJ who's involved in this well we don't have a lot of people a lot of faith in the DOJ based on with on the on going investigation with the whole Muller report and then we hear over don't worry the F. B. I.'s also gonna be conducting an investigation all well now I feel better it's sad but our faith in those institutions has taken a huge hit and a lot of people don't trust it and you've got the Southern District of New York which does this jailed for this prison being in New York we know Paul man a fort was there so they've got a connection to the to the Muller case as then is that line may be people look at it and still question it and and the sea will Congress is going to fix it all well I'm sure this will be fixed right well you know so I want to me I want to be maybe be a little more put a finer point on that is because they're gonna if they want to fix it it gives Congress is gonna have to help I'm not suggesting that sort of Congress is the panacea to the to really fix anything they can't even do some of the basic things that our country needs right now right so but at the same time I really it also I do want to I work for the FBI hand in hand in it Natalie's US attorney in the morning for five and a half years but also as chief of staff and the for three general sessions and then as the acting Attorney General and you know I just I I think the FBI has been under some some negative connotations but the men and women at the FBI in special agents that I worked with day in and day out are exceptional they are the best in class it's too bad that the individuals at the top of that organization especially under the previous administration did what it did to the credibility in honor of those rank and file FBI agents but you know I do if you if you're telling me that they're taking some New York field office FBI agents and they're going to investigate what happened obscene I have a lot of confidence that they'll they'll get to the bottom of it yes in a very quickly Ghislaine Maxwell I have not heard much about her if I did hear report that her whereabouts are quote unquote unknown but if she got an immunity deal with with the investigation in Florida they can't touch her is that right one minute.

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