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"To make an arrest, but the bureau doesn't have ironclad evidence that McVeigh or the Nichols brothers were behind the attack. If they move prematurely, the bureau could waste precious time on the wrong men and leave the country vulnerable to another attack. Nearby, a fax machine begins humming with the sound of an incoming document. One of freeze agents hops up to take a look. After quickly skimming through it, he calls out to the room. Hey, listen up. We just finished questioning the ex-wife of James Nichols. We got the report. Director free rises from his chair and heads over to the agent. This is good. What'd she say? She confirmed that both Terry and James have long opposed the government and she said they actually renounced their American citizenship. They claim the federal government has no authority over them. And we will see about that. Any evidence they were planning a violent action, and it doesn't sound like she hurt anything like that. But she does say the brothers and their friend Timothy McVeigh, these guys experimented with making ammonium nitrate bombs on their property. You're kidding. Now, same kind of explosive. Track a free I'm speaking, frankly, here. But this is the evidence we've been waiting for, isn't it? We've got to issue warrants. No, no, we're not there yet. Why not, sir? We have everything lined up. Well, look, it is unhinged and dangerous. And irresponsible to build and blow up a bomb on your property. But we don't have anything tying them to Oklahoma. It's a promising lead, but we need more. But sir, the motel owner said she saw Timothy McVeigh with a writer moving truck. Same kind of truck. Yeah, but that truck was in Kansas, not Oklahoma. And our sketch of John Doe number two looks nothing like either of the Nichols brothers. We can't place any of these men at the scene of the crime. We don't have a motive for McVeigh. I mean, he got a bronze star serving in the Gulf War. No criminal record. How do you go from decorated veteran to attacking his own country? Yeah, I understand him. Free looks around the war room. Now addressing all of the agents. Hey, listen, everyone. I want to make an arrest just as badly as you do. And I agree, McVeigh is a strong person of interest, but unless we can place this guy in Oklahoma on the day of the bombing, we just can not move forward, all right? The room goes quiet for a moment. But the agent who was speaking with free looks anxious and determined. A director, I've got an idea. It's a long shot. I know, but we got to pursue it. Well, that's fine. Long shots are okay. Let's hear it. All right, well, we know McVeigh doesn't have a criminal record, but that doesn't mean he's never been detained or pulled over. Let's call up the national crime information center. See if anyone else has been looking at his criminal record. And what would that do? Well, let's just assume McVeigh is our man, all right? If that's the case, go back to the morning of the attack. Maybe he sets off the bomb, drives away. Maybe a little too fast. He's amped up full of nerves beating on the highway. Maybe he gets pulled over. Local law enforcement runs his name and played. Now, even if it's just a speeding ticket, and he gets let loose, we've got evidence. We can place McVeigh in Oklahoma the morning of the attack. Free nods, it is established in the dark, and doing this kind of manual search would probably take hours. But it's the best they've got at them on. So free nods and gives the order. In the meantime, they'll keep looking into the nickels brothers, seeing whether McVeigh had an accomplice. Someone who might have slipped up somewhere along the line. The next morning, Timothy McVeigh sits staring at a clock inside the noble county jail in northern Oklahoma. It's almost 10 a.m. and mcvay can't understand why he's still waiting. Why no one's taking him to the courtroom for his arraignment. McVeigh has already been in custody for about 48 hours. He was arrested for some minor highway violations and was supposed to face the judge yesterday. Some mcvay figured it would all be over quickly. He'd post bail and get back on the road. But the judge delayed the hearing. McVeigh has remained stuck in jail, where he's badly exposed. Because McVeigh knows it's only a matter of time before federal agents discover his identity, make contact with law enforcement in Oklahoma. If that happens, while mcvay is still here locked up, he'll be out of luck. FBI agents will swarm it, and he'll never again be a free man. But so far, no one at the county jail seems to be giving mcvay a second thought. So we just have to keep his calm. If he can get through the local criminal justice system without raising anyone suspicions, he'll be fine. McVeigh glances at a TV outside his jail cell. The local news is still covering the bombing and showing yet another image of a fireman, carrying a dead baby out of the building. McVeigh knows this might have been his biggest mistake. He was targeting federal employees, but now all anyone is talking about is the children. No one has raised the possibility that this was a morally justified strike against government tyranny. McVeigh continues watching the news report, which cuts away from images of dead children to show the criminal sketches the FBI has been spreading across the country. It's not a perfect drawing by any means, but McVeigh will admit. It does kind of look like him. When he glances over across the cell, McVeigh notices another inmate, has turned from the TV, is now staring at him, scrutinizing. McVeigh tries to keep his cool. He knows he can't reveal an ounce of fear, or do anything else to raise suspicions. But the inmate keeps looking back and forth, squinting at McVeigh, and then turning to the TV. Like vas anxiety begins to crest. He has to get out of this jail as soon as possible. He can feel it. Something bad's about to happen. But as if answering a prayer, a deputy approaches embarks on his name, saying it's time to head downstairs to the courtroom. McVeigh's arraignment is going to be starting soon. McVeigh breathes aside relief. This ordeal is about to come to an end. McVeigh has only been charged with two misdemeanors and has no prior record. If all goes according to plan, the judge will set a small bail. McVeigh should be back on the road in less than an hour. Several minutes later, federal agent Mark metallic approaches a group of his colleagues at the federal bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms. The agents are locked in a tense discussion about the Oklahoma City bombing in the halleck has found himself at the center of the debate. As an ATF agent himself, metallic has been handed the job of reviewing leads for the case, going through mounds of evidence and trying to find that silver bullet that could help make an arrest. Everyone is operating with a sense of urgency and deciding which evidence to pursue has become an all consuming task. But for metallic, finding the Oklahoma City bomber is about more than just protecting the country. It's become deeply personal. Mahalla can still remember the plume of smoke that drifted into the horizon after the attack. He can hear the voice of his best friend, calling out of the radio, saying he was trapped on the 9th floor of that building and couldn't get out. Mahala called out over and over to his fellow agent and friend, telling him to hang on. He's going to be okay. And in the end, his friend did make it out. But many of their colleagues at the ATF were not so lucky. They died in the attack. Left behind friends and family who are now crushed with grief. And for his part, metallic has never felt so helpless in his life. But as he's gathers himself back together, he realized he could channel the pain and use it as motivation to help catch the man responsible for it all. In his gut metallic knows the man's Timothy McVeigh. But before they can make an arrest, federal agents still need more evidence. They also have to figure out where McVeigh is hiding out. As mahala and his colleagues continued their discussion, the phone rings. Metallic heads to his desk and picks up. When he answers, he's greeted by a man who identifies himself as an FBI agent in Washington and says he has what could be a break in the case. The bureau ran a search to see if any local law enforcement had pulled information on Timothy McVeigh. The idea was to figure out whether McVeigh had been anywhere near Oklahoma City the day of the bombing. And it turns out that 90 minutes after the attack, a highway patrol officer and noble county, Oklahoma, ran a check on Timothy McVeigh. The halleck cradles the phone against his ear and walks over to a state map as pinned to the wall. He begins looking for noble county, when he finds it. His heart nearly skips a beat. Noble county is probably only 60 miles north of Oklahoma City. It's on a direct path to the border of Kansas, a clear indication that McVeigh was fleeing and trying to make his way to another state. This is the evidence the FBI has been looking for. Proof that McVeigh was in Oklahoma the morning of the bombing. Mahalik feels a sense of momentum building. A feeling that things are going to start moving fast. He hangs up with the FBI agent and dials the locals in noble county. Malloc is connected with the highway trooper from the report, and asks if he remembers pulling over a man named Timothy McVeigh. The trooper says he remembers McVeigh, he arrested him, and as far as he knows, McVeigh is still sitting in the noble county jail. Halleck is stunned. McVeigh is in jail right now? The trooper says he thinks so. But McVeigh might have been arraigned. They usually only hold minor offenders for about a day. But how it thanks the trooper and hangs up, and immediately dials the noble county sheriff. As he waits for the sheriff to answer, other federal agents begin to gather around. There's an electric energy in the room, a collective feeling that they're about to get a big break. Finally, the sheriff picks up and metallic asks if they have Timothy McVeigh and custody. A sheriff takes a minute to check and then comes back saying that McVeigh is in the courtroom. His reign is supposed to start any minute. Metallic loses his calm and shouts that McVeigh is the Oklahoma City bomber. The sheriff has to pull him out of court, put him back in the jail cell. He can not be arraigned and allowed to walk free. The sheriff mutters a curse and says he's on it. He's running to the courtroom now. Muhammad turns to his colleagues, shares the news, then waits. This could be it. They might have just tracked down the man responsible for all those lives lost in that smoldering ruin in downtown Oklahoma City. American scandal is sponsored by better help. I just turned 49 last week, and here's the thing. Yes, I can certainly complain about getting older. My body is just not what it used to be. But also, I'm probably in the best shape of my life, eating the best diet, making the best decisions, working my hardest, in general, I'm at the top of my game. And that's largely because I am older. I've learned how to operate me pretty well. I mean, it's taken 49 years. I do wish some of these insights into myself came earlier. And that's where therapy could have helped, because therapists are trained to help you figure out you. 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McVeigh has a blank expression, and every time he speaks, he keeps his voice flat and monotone. The agent can't get a read on mcvay. They escorted him out of the noble county courtroom just an hour ago. And while he confirmed his name and age, when the agent began asking about the bombing, McVeigh went silent. He said he refused to answer anything else without an attorney. By now, nearly everyone in the FBI is convinced that McVeigh is the one responsible. Getting a confession would make the case. So they're going to have to try to break McVeigh again talking. The agent begins laying out photos of babies that died in the day care inside the murrah building. Photos are gruesome. The agent is hoping the graphic imagery will stir some sort of emotion in McVeigh and convince him to start talking. But McVeigh remains silent on moved by the photos. The agent decides to try again, laying out another horrifying image, and telling McVeigh that with a crime so unthinkable, he'll probably get the death penalty unless he starts talking. But McVeigh only repeats that he wants a lawyer. The agent looks at his partner. After giving each other a curtain on, they come to an unspoken agreement. Interrogation is over. There's no use trying to get mcvay to talk. So the two agents rise from the table and exit the room. As they step out into the hallway, they begin discussing next steps. It's looking like they're not going to get a confession. So the case is going to have to rely on the FBI's work on the ground. It's going to be painstaking work, but if these last two days are any indication, the Department of Justice should be in a good position. And Timothy McVeigh is going to face justice in court. Later that afternoon, Terry Nichols pulls his truck into the driveway in Harrington, Kansas. The pickup comes to a staff with a screech, Nichols throws open the door and begins sprinting toward the house. Nichols needs to move fast. Just minutes ago, he was out on the road driving when he heard a report on the radio. The news anchor said Nichols was a suspect in the bombing in Oklahoma City, along with his brother James, and his friend Timothy McVeigh. Hearing that, Nichols panicked, he returned home as quickly as possible, desperate to reach his family before anything could happen. But now that he's back, racing across his front lawn, Nichols has realizing how dire the situation has grown. Grass all around him is covered in small, white crystals. Nichols had spread an entire bag of ammonium nitrate fertilizer, trying to get rid of the materials used for the bomb. But seeing it now, Nichols realizes it was a spectacular mistake. As long as the only one on the block that looks like it's covered in snow. It's nothing short of an imitation to law enforcement to come raid his property. Nichols storms through the front door looking for his wife, very Faye. Honey. Nicholl steps into the dining room, where he finds his wife cradling their baby daughter. Terry, what is it? You heard the news? No. What's going on? They think me and Tim had something to do with that bombing. What? That's not funny, Terry. I'm not joking. It was on the radio. We got to get out of here. You didn't have anything to do with the bombing, right? No, don't be crazy. I was with you on Wednesday. How could I have bombed a building in Oklahoma City? But you know the feds. It shoot first and ask questions later. I saw a dark sedan just down the block. No, this is scary, but we got to go. Terry. Nichols baby girl begins wailing at all the shouting. The mera fay rocks are gently trying to calm her down. Hey, it's okay. It's okay. We're gonna be okay. We'll be all right. Terry, this is crazy. It's not crazy. It's real. We need to go. Now, I'm. I can't believe we're even having this conversation. If we go on the run, we're just gonna make things worse. But if we stay here, we're sitting ducks. You saw what happened in Waco. Where would we go? I don't know. We'll figure it out. We need to get out of here. Nichols wife remains cradling their infant, looking troubled. She admits that if what her husband is saying is true, that he's a prime suspect in the bombing. Their family could be in danger. But going on the run is no option. Instead, she says the better choice is to go talk with local law enforcement. The local police might be able to protect the family, make sure the FBI doesn't do anything reckless or harmful. Nichols pauses, considering whether that's a good idea. He doesn't have any trust for federal law enforcement. There's no question about that. But Nichols does respect the local police. So the more he thinks about it, the more he realizes he should turn himself in. He could say his goal is to clear his name. An act of shield him from charges. It would also give him a chance to do a little digging and see what they know about McVeigh and the plot. Plus, his wife is right. If they're in the presence of local law enforcement, the FBI wouldn't dare try anything. So Nichols nods and says he agrees with the plan. Don't go to the police, and soon all of this will be behind them. Later that afternoon, Bill McVeigh startles awake to the sound of his phone ringing. McVeigh looked at his clock and groans. He only went to bed a couple of hours ago. After working his regular graveyard shift, he's exhausted, and needs to shut eye. But the following keeps ringing. So he grabs the receiver. The man on the other end of the line introduces himself as an FBI agent. He says he's calling from a pay phone just down the road and would like to come over for a talk. McVeigh rubs his eyes, feeling disoriented. He has no idea what this is all about. What is the FBI doing waking him up? But Bill McVeigh has an abiding respect for law enforcement, so he tells the man sure come over. He only needs a few minutes to get dressed. The elder McVeigh stumbles out of bed and throws on some clothes. But when he looks out the window, he sees a black sedan, already parked in the driveway, and up and down the block are several police cruisers. That's when it hits him that something must be terribly wrong. And it probably has to do with Tim. Bill doesn't have time to think about it though. He opens the front door and finds two agents with gray hair and dark suits. Invites the men into the house and offers them a seat. But one of the agent says there's no need to sit down for a long talk. They're looking for the suspects involved in the Oklahoma City bombing. And after taking out a composite sketch of a young man, the agent asks if this is Bill McVeigh's son. Bill glances at the sketch, and shakes his head no. He's already seen the drawing in the newspaper and ruled out his son Tim. The man in the drawing looks older, as a face that's far too wide. They have a similar haircut, that's true. But plenty of people have brush cuts like that. The agents exchange a knowing look. And one of them says there's something interesting about his response. He ruled out his son Tim after seeing the sketch, but that also means he thought it was possible his son could have been involved. Bill mcvay shakes his head again and says, no, that's not what he meant. He had been worried about Tim. Hearing him get so worked up about the FBI raid on that religious compound down in Waco. But when he saw the police sketch of the Oklahoma City bomber, he realized he was just being paranoid. There's nothing to be concerned about. The agents exchange another glance. And one of the men asks if Bill is aware that Wednesday, the day of the bombing was the anniversary of the fire at Waco. Bill barely manages to sputter out an answer, saying no, he had no idea. The agent then continues pressing. It's not just some similarities in the sketch. It's the uncanny timing with the anniversary of Waco. The FBI has additional evidence that Tim was involved in the attack. People even saw him with a truck that was used by the building. Hearing these details, Bill McVeigh begins to feel like he's sinking into the ground. It doesn't make sense. Tim was a good kid. There are photos of him on the wall over there. Back when he was in basic training for the army. Tim couldn't have done this. Then the FBI agent leans in closer and tells Bill that his son Tim is right now under arrest and being held in Oklahoma City.
"national crime information center" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Reports a Chicago police helicopter tracked them down after a robbery spree. CWB says the crew was responsible for a second armed robbery on the west side, on Ogden, and a third in Lincoln park. About two hours later, surveillance video captured the same car in New York license plate, please say they arrested the driver and the passenger who hopped out of the vehicle before it came to a stop a couple says when their lease is up, they are getting out of Chicago. Congresswoman Bobby rush was among the community leaders who gathered in the Washington park yesterday to call for more to be done to catch the man who allegedly sexually abused an 11 year old girl in an alley as she walked home from school. Rush says he's asked the feds for help. Well, now I know what you're doing and you're turning him on. Help us help us communicate. The national crime information center says 250,000 women and teen girls are reported missing every year in the U.S. with more than 30% being black community leaders at the press conference said this case is an opportunity to begin pushing back on that trend. Chicago police are investigating graffiti that was found on a day care facility in the lakeview neighborhood, the vandalism happened at the little green treehouse on Ashland avenue near Belmont. It appears that the graffiti was anti semitic in nature. No one's reported in custody and police will be asking businesses in the area for surveillance video. The state is sending out income and property tax rebate checks, they're arriving in the mail now and range from 50 to a few $100. When Morris farmer, Conor greeve tried to catch his $50 check, the bank refused to accept it. And then like three days or four days after I cashed it, we got a statement in the mail in a bounced, and then I also got a $12 fee for it bouncing from my own money. The controller's office says the check didn't bounce. The ink on the chuck smudged, making the routing numbers unreadable, a spokesman said it's happened on about 300 of the 2 million checks already sent out. If it happened to you, you can contact the controller's office, it'll reissue you another check. The spokesman says the bank should reimburse the fees once the error has been explained. A federal judge has ruled one of former president Trump's attorneys must turn over election related emails related to January 6th to house investigators. The judge says John eastman's emails show Trump knew his claims of mass voter fraud were inaccurate, and the only filed lawsuits to delay or disrupt the peaceful transfer of power on January 6th. Many of eastman's emails had already been released, but messages from a university email address had not been ruled on. Russia took another step in its invasion of Ukraine Wednesday that's being globally condemned. News nations Evan Lambert reports. Tens of thousands of civilians are on the move out of the illegally annexed portion of the Ukrainian region of her son. Citizens using boats to flee the southern city. Also, president Vladimir Putin declaring martial law in the four cities, her son, Donetsk, Luhansk, and zapper Asia. Now, we need to formalize this regime within the framework of Russian legislation. Therefore, I have signed a decree introducing martial law into these four entities of the Russian Federation. That may allow for travel restrictions, tighter censorship, and more authority by law enforcement. President Biden calls Russia's move in intimidation tactic. Chicago welcomes 47 more migrants from Texas yesterday, bringing the total to 3553. Now there are ways to donate if you want to help, you can find an Amazon wishlist as well as a supply list supply drop off locations on the city's website. It's been three years in the making but fans of the bulls and Blackhawks will experience a new addition to the united center. It's a new state of the art FanDuel sportsbook lounge, which will be open to you ticketed guests for all events Kelly Davis says they've got some new food items. Elevated bar food with quality
The Larry Elder Show
"national crime information center" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Now, how did you break up the FBI? This guy explains it. Begin by separating out the FBI's component parts. Forgive me, guys, I'm gonna have to do some reading. So just follow along with me here. I think this is very important. And again, we will grab this guy, and we will bring him on the podcast because I want to go in detail with this gentleman. But he tells us how to do it. We talk about it all the time, but this has to be done. The rule of law can not exist. America can not survive, especially when we're increasingly going secular, returning, we are a secular society. We are opposed Christian society where pretty much a post constitutional society. We need to sustain the rule of law. It's the only hope we have of reverting back to a constitutional society. But if you get rid of the rule of law, if there is no longer blind justice, is there if there's no longer a rule of law that is based upon biblical principles, we are done, finish finito, there is no turning back. The FBI is corrupted. They have to be broken up. So you separate the FBI's component parts according to this guy. The FBI's crime statistical services and the national crime information center service could be pulled out. He says and left as independent agencies with the sole job of supporting other federal state and local law enforcement agencies with their scientific and data capabilities. He said parcel out the FBI's criminal justice division and his task to the various state level bureaus of investigation provide direct federal funding to compensate for that extra workload. Let them primarily make state level cases in state court for the crimes committed within the physical boundaries of those states. It's not, he says it's not as though kidnapping, bank robbery, drug dealing, or racketeering when I'm punished before the FBI came along. White collar financial and cybercrimes can be handled by the U.S. Secret Service. He says, federal crimes whose perpetrators directly cross state lines can be given to the U.S. marshal service to crack down. He says, unlike the FBI, the U.S. Marshals are largely scandal free and have a long history of cooperating successfully with state and local law enforcement. So this guy knows what he speaks. He says for the disgraced national security division, divide up the FBI's counter terrorism portfolio among the remaining federal law enforcement and Homeland Security agencies with the rotor play and the various state regional JTS. He says, who has a summit for this, the FBI's stronghold or stranglehold on counterintelligence is the most important to break, he says, it's within this division that the FBI spied on Donald Trump at the behest of the Democratic Party. So this, these people have become, he goes on and again, I'll have him on. I hopped to read forever. But I'll have him on to discuss this. But I mean, he gives specificity of how it can be done. How the FBI can be done, how obviously some of the things that they do are valuable to the rule of law to law enforcement. And he talks about how you can basically carve them up and use those certain areas or those certain entities or what have you within the department, put them in, put them into other federal agencies. So we'll get him on a talk about that. But suffice it to say, if we don't have a rule of law, if the, if law enforcement is not blind, if law enforcement is just an apparatus of the Democrat party or even the Republican Party, they're not worth keeping around. And sadly, too many of these men and women that work for these agencies have become corrupted, they become immoral and we can not allow this to stand. If we don't have the rule of law, we don't have a society. All we have is chaos. And all of this ties into what the World Economic Forum wants to do. You know, whether it's with food, all this stuff, right? The food shortages, inflation, it all ties in. It all adds to more chaos. We can't have it. We all have to live in a society regardless of your political beliefs, regardless of your ethnicity, regardless of your religious background, we all have to live in a society where we believe that if nothing else is fair, that justice is fair..
Little Known Crime
"national crime information center" Discussed on Little Known Crime
"The following statistics are from the national and unidentified person system or name us, the national crime information center, the NCIC. And from data collected and published in a report produced by the urban Indian health institute, or the UI, between the years 1492 and 1600, 90% of the Native American population was killed off by colonization and disease. Followed by oppression through the centuries. Homicide is the third leading cause of death among indigenous girls aged ten to 24, and the 5th leading cause of death among indigenous women, aged 25 to 34. Summer reservations have women murdered at a rate of more than ten times the national average. Over 80% of indigenous people have experienced violence in their lifetime. Indigenous people are 2.5 times more likely to experience violence, and two times more likely to experience sexual assault than people of other races in the U.S. by the count of the Royal Canadian mounted police or RCMP. 1200 Aboriginal women went missing or murdered in Canada between the years of 1980 and 2012. Other tallies put the number at close to 4000 in the past half century. Welcome to little known crime. I'm Chandra mill. Haida gwaii is an archipelago off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. This storm battered archipelago of 150 rocky islands off British Columbia's West Coast is haida territory, and tricky to access, only adding to its allure. The area is nicknamed Canada's Galapagos, for its diverse plant and animal life, and the totem pole and longhouse remains are some of the oldest authentic examples of coastal First Nations villages. The islands are home to dramatic landscapes, abundant wildlife, and some of the world's richest heritage treasures with more than 500 archeological sites. Heidi's climate produces lush vegetation and abundant wildlife. Groups of sitka deer feed on the grassy clearings along the Queen Charlotte highway, an eagles, often hundreds at a time, can be seen flying overhead in spring and summer. When I was looking at photos of haida gwaii, it actually looks. Well knowing the location, it's so much like the Pacific Northwest or Alaska, it is absolutely absolutely gorgeous. And I'm a little bit biased because I am from the Pacific Northwest and I and I have always loved it here. Even living across the nation, I found that the Pacific Northwest is the place that I love the absolute most. It is. So gorgeous, if you love the evergreen trees and the mountains and the water, it's just a beautiful, beautiful place, and haida gwaii is majestic. Looking at the photos and watching the videos, it is absolutely majestic. Going more into talking about the height and nation, pre contact or, in other words, pre colonization. The height of population number tens of thousands, living in communities located all over the islands. During contact or colonization, that number fell to approximately 600. Due to introduced diseases. Today, hydro citizens total approximately 2500 and comprise half the population of haida gwaii. There are a further 2000 members worldwide, including large populations in Vancouver and prince George. I'm going to give the following direct quotes from the coast funds website. I will include the link in the show notes if you want to learn more about this tribe. I highly recommend doing so as there is so much to learn about their history. They also have a video available. I watched it and I will say on my part, I got extremely emotional, there's a lot covered to do with that tribe and their history with the following statements and it truly truly truly gives you an idea of the tribe's passion for nature and balance and also balance within communities. Equality. It's absolutely beautiful. Like I said, I got really emotional when I was watching it. I'm kind of still emotional because I just watched it. So anyways, here are the quotes. 2007 strategic land use planning a group. And before I go into this, I do want to say that I tried to look up the pronunciation or find a video that listed the pronunciation of this, the title of this agreement. And I was unable to find it. So please, please bear with me. I know I'm going to butcher it. I know that it's going to sound awful, and I do apologize for that. Sincerely, sincerely. I'm going to give it my best shot and the information will be listed in the show notes as well. And I quote. Building on the 2007 strategic land use planning agreement. The council of the haida nation and the province of British Columbia signed the kunst agu kunst Aya reconciliation protocol in 2009. This agreement recognized the differing views of both parties with regards to sovereignty, title, ownership, and jurisdiction over haida gwaii, whilst endeavoring to establish a more productive relationship to land and natural resources management. Through this approach, both parties committed to strengthen the relationship between environmental, socio well-being, and economic development on haida gwaii. The haida nation collectively holds hereditary and Aboriginal title and rights to haida territories, and the cultural and intellectual property rights of the haydn nation. All people of haida ancestry are citizens of the haida nation. Every height of citizen has the right of access to all haida gwai resources for cultural reasons and for food or commerce consistent with the laws of nature as reflected in the laws of the haida nation. In 2009, the haida nation.
How to Live A Fantastic Life
"national crime information center" Discussed on How to Live A Fantastic Life
"Are still forms of domestic abuse. I did not suffer any physical button. Lucky emotional, trying to get people to understand. You know, when you are a victim of domestic abuse, right? And I come to you. And I tell you, and you know John. What do you experience of him? Wonderful guy, chairs Matic cares about everything. We'll give you the shirt off his back. Would be just that person that you would call to lean on. However, you don't live with him. So I come and I say, you know, I have to like that. John is just he's really tearing me down, making me feel like I'm working nothing. And I'm really trying to work on my marriage and really trying to make it work. But she's really being difficult in. I don't know what to do. The next thing you say is very critical and very important to that person coming to you because your next comment will determine if I as a victim will continue to speak with you or run away from you. So if you say, well, Mildred, I don't understand why you're saying these things about John. You just took that. That's how quick it is. You just took his side and you just told me, I can not talk to you because what you're going to do, you're going to go back to John and tell him what I said. Not knowing you're putting my life in danger. I can't have that. I can't do that. It takes courage for a victim to even come to you and say, I'm very sure victim is going to say, I'm a big mother. We're going to put it in a very subtle, expression. Just to see in fear what you would say. Now, if you say, for me, you're what can I do to help you? Oh, you have just saved my life. Oh my goodness, I know that you're going to do everything possible that you can within reason to help me. And that's the difference. Someone comes to you saying they need help, they may take their not going to just come out and say it, they're going to drop C I call it the touch test. That's a touch test. I'm touching you with my words to see how you're going to come back to me. And if you don't like it, I'm gone. He won you will never hear from me again. And let's go back in your life. When did you start reaching out? When did you start realizing that this bad so that you had to move forward in some way? What I was doing. I was doing the touch test. I was asking, you know, John is, you know, he's not giving me enough money for black. Oh, John on the day he's $50 to buy food for me. My mom and three children. $60. And they would say, well, John wouldn't do that because I never talked to those people again. I'm only telling you what I do so that you will be able to determine how you can prevent falling in the pitfalls that I experience so that you can be a step higher than what I do. 'cause I went to friends. I went to family. That was the first piece you go to. Friends and family, right? Went to my minister, they all took the fight. I had to and. He was able to convince them that I was the problem. And even when we separated those people would come to my home, sit and talk with me and go back to John and tell him what I was doing. Oh my God. That element of surprise is the most valuable tool you can have. Only tell one person because that's what I did. One person, what you're trying to do. Any more than that one person, it will get back to your abuser. Yes. Were you able to break the cycle by finding somebody you can confide in? There were three people that I could find. But I stopped confiding in them, to save their life. See, I knew how dangerous genre. But nobody took me seriously. I knew because he said, you have become my enemy. And as my enemy, I will kill you. That's an open threat. And I took him seriously because number one, he's in the military, and he told me I will kill you and bury you, where no one will ever be able to find you. That's a serious threat. And I took him for his work because John said what he meant and he meant what he said. He didn't talk frivolously. He didn't talk just to be talking. He had something to say, he said, and he was serious. So to give someone to believe that this charismatic fund guy would do something like this to me, I was the one that was crazy. I was the one that was too emotional. I was the one who over exaggerated what he said. He didn't leave any of that. I don't need why would you take that so serious? Because I know him. And we have to start listening to victims of domestic violence and abuse because they know they're abuser. And what does the society do? Society acts the victim. Why do you stay? There are many reasons why I say, but why don't we change that narrative? Why don't you start asking the abuse? Why do you abused? Why do you terrorize your family? Why do you constantly cause chaos within your family? Why do you do that? What is it, can your in you that make you feel that you are entitled to totally control someone else's life? But we don't want to do that because we are afraid of the abuser, just like the victim. And it's history showed us in the case of your former husband that he was violent individuals. Absolutely. Nobody believes that they didn't believe me until he ended up shooting several people. 17 people. That's when they came. And you know, when they caught him, they had nothing to hold him on, they had to find something that would help them to hold him to build the case. So what did they do? They went looking. For a legal anything. They found my restraining order that the Tacoma police department failed to put it in the NCIC. What is that? The national crime information center. Every time.
Game of Crimes
"national crime information center" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"In a butt kicking contest. Yeah, and then our specialty units like the unit I'm in now. We cover the entire state. And I think there's 12 or 13 of us that covered the entire state for a hundred and 59 counties. I think it is. 10.62 million people in the state of Georgia as of 2019, 2020. That's a lot of counties too. You've got to cover a lot of territory. So let's kind of progress into this case that we're going to talk about here in a little bit. But so you're on pricing. How long are you doing this and what kind of things do you, let's do it two parts. What kind of things do you work on? What are some of the cases you work on and then second part is how long do you do it before you move into what you're currently doing now? So I was specific to crime scene and anytime there was a scene that GBI was requested to work. I got called out or my partner didn't. So some of the cases that we worked is we had a dead body in the well, which was a murder. I have worked suicide, jail's death, drug overdoses that turned into their animals eating them. I've worked assaults. I've worked all the star involve shootings. So I have a wide for wide variety of what we got called to. But the GBI is a requested agency. So the locals have to request us. And usually it's for any violent felonies. That we get called. Is there any kind of a case to where you can proactively go in and say at the direction of the age or the governor and take over something or initiate something? Yes, so we have original jurisdiction over narcotics. Chad exploitation, gambling, and elderly abuse. Oh, and I believe gangs now. I believe gangs. Not murder. No. We have to be requested in order to work our murder investigation. Yeah, that's interesting. Because I know a lot of them, like you say, it's you have to either you're an assisting agency or you're an initiating agent. So you know, some state police now have the power to do that. They can initiate investigations. But again, it's one of those things. Everything's different with depending on where you are. So. And our state agency is we have Georgia state patrol, which they specifically work traffic and accidents. And they're not a part of the Georgia bar investigation. So we're two separate agencies, where a lot of agencies they have the investigative and the patrols on their one. Like here, the Virginia state police, you've got the state police that has both the state patrol and also has the bureau of criminal investigation or the mass state police and stuff like that. Yeah, we're two separate agencies. Now, do you have do you report under a Department of Justice or does every director report like directly to the head of the GBI in the head of the state patrol? Do they report directly to the governor? To the governor. So how does stuff like this? You're still relatively young. How does stuff like this, not just ruin your outlook on life when you start talking about dead bodies and wells and kids and overdose deaths, which Steven I we talk a lot about the issue of fentanyl and car fentanyl and now isoniazid prototype and some of these new zines that are coming out that are ten times more powerful than fentanyl. How do you not just get jaded at such an early age to go man this really world screwed up? It sucks. So it is. It is truthfully, it's finding a balance, which works so busy that it's hard to find the balance, but there is still good in the world and you see it through the people that you surround yourself with, so having that support and close friends and family, that helps not be so jaded because you're surrounding yourself with people who, you know, do write and aren't involved in this. But then it's also the flip side of you do become more protective and especially when you have kids. You are your constantly watching what they're doing or who they're hanging around with. And you definitely are always aware of your surroundings. So you slightly become jaded and it definitely takes a lot more for myself and I know a lot of other people to feel comfortable with, you know, like a new person coming into my circle. It's definitely a different experience. So somebody moves into the door next door. I don't know, would you be running licensed tags to see what you found out? Things like that. You know? But I would say I have a parking complaint and officer, would you run that tag and let me know? We all do that. No, I actually, the neighborhood, I recently just moved, but then they probably moved into. There was a cop, and I worked very closely with some of the people here and I'm like, hey, what's this area like? Is this a good area as the school pretty good? Is this A-okay spot for me to be? I just found out my wife and I just moved to Orlando a couple months ago or several weeks ago and I just found out two guys cross the street, one's retired HSI and one still active HSI. So they will become friends very quickly. Well, there's an old T-shirt too, that's funny. When you're in the cop business, you get it. Well, there's this thing called NCIC, the national crime information center. And that's where you put your wanted people and you're stolen people and the terrorist files and stuff like that. So there's a T-shirt that says and God we trust all others, we run NCIC. Sorry monitor. Yeah, we monitor yeah. You know, trust, but verified notes verify and trust. So how long are you in the crime scene unit before the opportunity with the child exploitation unit comes up? So July 2014 is when I was transferred into the child exploitation unit. Now, was that on request? Is that something you had put in for and requested? I did. During my crime scene time, I had gotten married and inherited an awesome stepson during that time. Did you say awful or awesome stepson? I couldn't tell with that Georgia. You gotta watch it. He's always trying to stir the pot. Now, I loved being a bonus mom. It was awesome. It was like the best time ever. And truthfully, on Christmas, we got a call or Christmas Eve. I was having Christmas Eve at my house. My parents had come in town. I literally was putting the turkey in the oven. And I get a call that says, there's a dead guy in the Woods frozen, and I was like, I'm gonna be gone for a long time. That's never anything. I was like, that's never gonna be a good thing. And as I was walking out the door, I remember him looking at me and saying, are you going to be back in time for Santa? And I was like, yes. God, I hope I am. And truthfully, that was very eye opening for me because I'm very family oriented. I'm very close with my family and I'm don't like missing special things with family because memories are the most important thing to me. I'm not a materialistic. I don't do materials. I'm all about the memories. So that was slightly heartbreaking. And then I missed his birthday that following year in 2014. We pulled up to his birthday and we got called to two dead people possible overdose about two and a half hours away from where I was. And I was like,.
Game of Crimes
"national crime information center" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Yes he did because he's the one who made the comment that there's a suck in that small hole to cover it appearance which led me to believe that he recognizes being used as a sniper hide even though the vehicle of the what that be recovered good observation on his part another good observation with team leader. Pierce that the backseat was a sub sequence. There that head the head to create a little bit of a pucker factor. Not have you know. You've got the hide you've got. You've got the sniper vehicle you got the two snipers but you don't have that weapon and you're thinking oh my gosh. We have the right people. We got the cadre. I hear the recover that bushmaster two two caliber rifle again budgie place in the backseat cushion. Something else. I wanted to focus in on real quick to as i did this analysis. An actually this kind of talked about this before about looking at the nine eleven hijackers and how much contact they had with law enforcement and then we looked at the sniper case. They were contacted at least vehicle was thirteen times during that. I believe thirty three days just goes to show you because they're they're tag was run through the national crime information center. You know for the folks who aren't law enforcement. That's the central place to where if you have anything that stolen or wanted or it's a central repository. So if i if you're stopped by a trooper on the side of the road or stop by city officer somebody and they check your plates. That's it goes through this computer and so the reason. I say that this is how effective what they did was because thirteen times. That plate was check by an officer. Now we don't know if it was the front plate or the back plate but if it was from behind your thinking how good was this because the officer running the plate that port right there. They don't even know that height is there. This is why it was so tough to find this vehicle because that hide that sought covering it up made it look like just maybe just another. It was a piece of crap car to begin with right. And you make a great point because why sought the car had this overall damage appearance. I thought maybe somebody tried to break in the trunk previously. And i'm standing only three or four feet away from it. Worse the officer coming up right at the trunks so as i say soldier carry on what. What's next after the so. You're back you know you've got to tell us a little bit more about this. E o tek was it based on the size of the sniper. Hide the sniper whole they. They actually had enough room to look through the site and acquired the targets. That's correct the red dot system that that lines up on your target and effective way of hitting unfortunately. Well that's gonna take a fairly large hole right. How many inches tall and wide would you guesstimate. It is.
CNN 5 Things
"national crime information center" Discussed on CNN 5 Things
"I'm fez djamil with the five things you need to know for thursday september twenty third president joe biden ramped up his outreach to democrats yesterday to help push forward his economic agenda. The president hosted multiple groups in a series of what the white house called productive and candid meetings. Cnn's ryan nobles has more the goal here to try and find a path forward that would allow them to not only. Pass the bipartisan infrastructure. Bill that one point two trillion dollar plan that would entail roads and bridges and other things and then at the same time. Pass a much larger three point five trillion dollar human infrastructure plan. That would serve as kind of an overhaul of the american federal social safety net. Lawmakers seem too optimistic that they did make some progress but acknowledged that they had a long way to go. The fda has given the okay for booster shots of the pfizer cove in nineteen vaccine to be given to some people. It's granted emergency use authorization for third shots be recommended for vulnerable adults. That means people over sixty five those at high risk of severe disease and anyone whose job with some at risk of infection like teachers or grocery store workers the former commissioner for the fda and current member of the board of directors of pfizer. Dr scott godly says boosters could be recommended to other people if they prove to be effective. I suspect what's going to happen. Is we'll continue. Click data on this cohort sixty five and over and other people who were made eligible and eventually the agency may walk down the authorization to younger age cohorts depending on what they learned from the data set here in the united states. The cdc's advisory panel meet thursday to decide what to recommend based on this decision and must give it stamp of approval for any booster dose to be officially given thousands of migrants continue to languish in a makeshift camp under a bridge. In del rio texas but the number of people in the camp is going down a summer being processed by us immigration officials after customs and border protection sent an additional six hundred personnel to the area as c. n. n.'s rosa flora's reports from del rio. Some migrants are being allowed to stay at least temporarily while the biden administration says it's ramping up. deportation flights. To seven day now the destinations would not just include haiti but also countries like brazil and chile According to the administration these are some of the transition countries where haitian nationals have been living for the past few years at last check. The del rio mayor says that there are more than five thousand migrants still waiting to be processed by us immigration authorities as more details are revealed about her last days of vigil was held yesterday for. Gabby petito the twenty. Two year old's body was found on sunday in wyoming's bridger teton national forest. She was on a road trip with her fiance brian laundry when he returned home without her on september first. Her family reported her missing ten days. Later police are searching for laundry. Who has not talked to them. About the case. Tito's death has attracted a lot of attention on social media. Nina angelo posted on instagram. To say she saw the couple at a restaurant on august twenty seventh saying there was a quote commotion when they left. She was hysterically crying and she walked out and she she was crying and she was saying on the sidewalk and i was washing the whole thing. Unfold he won't back at four more times to talk to the manager and to tell the host. All petito story is also highlighted the tens of thousands of missing persons stories that don't attract such intense interest. They were nearly ninety thousand active missing person cases as of the end of twenty twenty. According to the national crime information center and thousands of people from a town in myanmar have fled across the border to india because of fighting between ethnic militias and the army last weekend and thought long about twenty homes or set ablaze photographs on social media. Showing buildings engulfed inflames. A community leader said most of the town's population has left to seek shelter and surrounding areas. The head of a civil society group in india says five and a half thousand people have arrived in the country over the past week as they try to escape the military crackdown. myanmar mar has been in turmoil. Since a government led by pro democracy veteran on san succi was toppled in february sparking nationwide anger strikes protests and the emergence of anti-junta militia. You're up to date. We'll be back in mid day eastern with the latest headlines whenever you want them and wherever you are. It seems to happen like clockwork as soon as the warranty runs out.
Women Who Sarcast
"national crime information center" Discussed on Women Who Sarcast
"Over the last few days. I've been watching the internet. Cover the disappearance and murder of gabby petito. Her fiance is the only person of interest police are looking for. Currently may gabby rest and power and her family. Have the privacy to mourn. The reason why. I'm bringing this up as a topic for this episode is because of the huge amount of interest. The internet has had about this case. Now don't get me wrong. I enjoy good episode of snapped and dateline secrets uncovered and at times. Enjoy listening to a true crime. Podcast like anybody else. But it seems with all of the true crime podcasts and took talk accounts. Internet sloops are becoming more and more common people go missing every day. But few cases receive this kind of unwavering attention on tick-tock talk the hashtag gabby petito has been viewed more than two hundred twelve million times. One of the reasons people feel that it's getting this much attention is because gabby enter fiancee. We're very big. In social media and people feel this connection with her and her fiance because of that there are podcasts. that are strictly dedicated to one. Cold murderer missing person case. It's what they talk about every episode whether it's about theories new information or seeking listeners to help them crack the case some of the information that is being shared by podcasters however is unverified and ends up. Not being useful makes me think are they crossing a line thinking they are helping the investigation when in reality they are capitalizing off of and profiting off of creating content that leads to misinformation in leading investigators in the wrong direction. Wasting valuable time. Are these so called sloops helping or hindering the investigation. You can't help but wonder if podcasters youtubers tick. Talkers are exploiting missing person cases as a way to gain listeners because just like a train wreck. Humans can't look away or not listen. Creators make small amount of money for each view and or subscriber they receive so when you're following increases it can to higher pain deals and other income opportunities and people also like to brag about the information they have found by doing their quote unquote slough scene which ends up being about them. Not the missing person. I wanted to bring this to people's attention. Because i think it's important to have a conversation about how some podcasters youtubers antic talkers are misusing the quote unquote power. They have reaching thousands sometimes millions of people benefiting from other people's tragedy in reading more about the media covering missing person cases i came across research from criminology. Criminal justice law and society that talked about factors that influence something being newsworthy. Few events in the us glean as much media attention as disappearance of women and children. The us media is so focused on ratings that they portray crime stories as sources of entertainment. Which going back to. My train wreck analogy. People can't help themselves but watch and follow media outlets tend to glorify certain missing person cases and ignore others. White women and girls are in a category all of their own. And it's been termed the missing white woman syndrome. This term refers to white females conventionally attractive. Young and rich people from racial minority backgrounds are usually under represented in twenty eighteen. Nearly six hundred eighteen thousand people were missing according to the fbi national crime information center. Roughly fifty nine percent were white thirty four percent black which is double their representation of thirteen percent of the us population asian-americans native americans native alaskans native hawaiians in us. Pacific islanders accounted about four percent. It's time that we as podcasters youtubers tick talkers. Call upon the mainstream media to give equal airtime to missing people from racial minority backgrounds. It's up to us to set an example and use platforms equally when covering true crime or crime. Focus topics or any topics for that matter. If you feel so inclined to become an internet detective please do your part and make sure the information you share with your listeners and viewers is vetted we all know that information from the internet. Immediate outlets aren't always true. There's a lot of propaganda myths and half truths that come across our feed thousand times a day. Don't believe everything you see or hear. I challenge all podcasters youtubers and tick talkers out there to be one percent better every episode every video every post. We can do better. Thank you for listening to women who sarcastic. An independent podcast. We welcome in encourage your snarky comments. Contact us that women who sarcastic at yahoo dot com and follow us on twitter and instagram at women who sarcasm support us on patriotic and become part of our sarcastic community visit. Www dot patriots dot com slash women sarcastic show music provided by mike nba ziani..
NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"national crime information center" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"In our justice system stood in its own way because you knew that he was responsible. And i know. I'm jumping at a guy at my conclusion here but your fiance goes missing. You show back up. Don't tell anybody about it. He didn't call anybody. You just showed back up in lawyered up instantly and now. You're missing the other clip. That i did see Earlier earlier this weekend was the clip from the the body cam footage from the officers who stopped petito and an landry For a domestic violence incident and landry had scratch marks bruises on him things that nature but there wasn't enough to warrant any criminal charges that that was bizarre as well so now they and Continue to look for brian landry and it. It just doesn't make any sense. It just doesn't make any sense. Obviously in the days since all of this has come out or story petito stories become a national obsession for many spurring digital detectives to comb through their online trail to try solve the case. There's something to be said for that. A little bit to the amount of awareness that was brought about because of this and the obsession with crew trimbe documentaries and podcast. It's growing and you give that many people who start obsessing over one thing you know. They don't have the training or anything like that and now they didn't get in the way of anything that the police are enforcement officials were doing either. But you give that many people. That much time chances. Are they're going to stumble across something. The story has also further highlighted the tens of thousands of missing persons stories the do not garter such intense interest there were nearly ninety thousand active missing person cases as of the end of twenty twenty according to the national crime information center the discovery of human remains on sunday came authorities conducted a search around the spread creek dispersed camping area. That's what you heard In that clip we played just a bit ago. Potatoes family has been notified of discovery though full forensic identification will be needed to confirm. It is her said charles jones. Fbi denver's us supervisor Potatoes father joseph. Petito tweeted a picture sunday. Evening saying she touched the world. Richard stafford an attorney representing joseph petito and her mother. Nicole schmidt issued a statement obtained by cnn. Asking the failure would be given space. Landry family turney stephen. Bardellino call the discover remains in wyoming heartbreaking adding the landry family praise for gabby and her family that i'm sorry but that has to piss them off so bad.
KOA 850 AM
"national crime information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"For several counties in New York state, as well as several counties in New Jersey. The president also going to pay a visit to New Jersey, where the death toll stands at at least 27. The president toured flood ravaged Louisiana on Friday. Colorado Task Force One is expected to be back home sometime tonight after wrapping up its work in Louisiana. Members of that team were in the region to help out in the aftermath of Ida. And they've been deployed for more than a week assisting victims of the storm that includes performing search and rescue operations as well as delivering water to those in need. The body of a Colorado firefighters been recovered from an Alabama lake following a boat crash. Officials at the Lake Martin say the body of 24 year old Zachary Lewis of Parker was recovered over the weekend. Lewis was visiting in Alabama and visiting that link with friends when he fell into the water following a boat crash last Thursday. Lewis was part of the Rattlesnake Fire Protection District, which serves an area in Albert County. Legislation requiring gun owners to report lost stolen firearms to police. Now in effect in Colorado under the Isabella Joy Phallus Act, Gun owners must report the missing firearm within five days. Once they know it has disappeared. Information about the weapon will then be answered into the National Crime Information Center database gun owners who failed to do so face fines and potential misdemeanor charges. Taylor Summers reporting lies named for Isabella Joy Phallus, who was killed in Denver last year. She was allegedly shot by a man who used a gun taken from a Denver police office. Sir, more American citizens are getting out of Afghanistan. The State Department says four Americans were taken out in the Taliban did not interfere. The terrorist group now rules the war torn nation. After taking over last month, the American Embassy greeted those who were evacuated once they were in the country. That wasn't name. That's NBC's Lisa Taylor reporting and more than two dozen Republican senators want President Biden to release information on how many Americans green card holders and special immigrant visa applicants are still In Afghanistan. The 26 GOP senators sent President Biden a letter calling to put out that information by five o'clock today. In that letter, they wrote, Americans need to see that the United States will not abandon them and terrorist abroad forever. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, says 102 100 U. S citizens remain in Afghanistan count up on Colorado's Morning news. We take a little deeper look at the abortion law now in Texas could other states follow suit and what I guess it means politically moving forward. We'll talk with a political expert on that. Next. We check the drive.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"national crime information center" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"It is free talk live. You're invited to join us. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero. You can talk about. Whatever is on your mind whatever's afford it to you share whatever opinions you happen to have six zero three two eight three six one six zero and with you tonight. It's aria nikki and bonnie. And i want to move on from this discussion about health. Because it's not anything i really care about. It just seemed like a a quick thing to throw out there to start the show. Because it's it's important. People's people should be healthy and they're not. I wanna talk about more interesting stuff coming out about the fbi and some of their software. Evidently they have a piece of software known as atlas that minds various federal databases for derogatory. Information it runs on amazon servers and it can trigger the revocation of citizenship so used by the department of homeland security to scan the records of millions of immigrants this software can automatically flag naturalized americans to potentially have their citizenship revoked based on secret key criteria according to documents. What does it mean by derogatory information. Does it. it doesn't specify but essentially whatever if they find something they don't like they can take your citizenship. The software is known as atlas. It takes information. From immigrants case files and runs through various federal databases atlas looks for indicators that someone is dangerous dishonest and is ostensibly designed to detect fraud among people who come into contact with the us immigration system. So it being dishonest evidently is one of those things that sounds like china and how they were putting people into concentration camps for being suspicious it does indeed but advocates for immigrants believed that the real purpose of the computer program is to create a pretext to strip people of citizenship. Whatever the motivation at listen intended outcome is ultimately deportation judging from the documents which originates within her d. h. s. and we're obtained by the open society justice initiative and muslim advocates through freedom of information act lawsuits at lists helps. Dhs investigate imigrants personal relationships and background. So they're they're looking at your friends. Who your who are in relationships with who you hang out with as well. As examining biometric information like fingerprints and in certain circumstances considering immigrants race ethnicity national origin. It sounds to me like it's a thing to try to figure out if your relationship is real a few marry an illegal citizen and You're trying to say like trying to give him citizens ship because he's my husband. They tried to find out if it's real relationship because like there's a way for them to tell that they take you in a room with a bunch of feds and interview and they can just cancel your appeal for citizenship. I forget what it's called. You're a petition for citizenship. Just right after the interview and give no reason for why so. Maybe they're trying to make it like a now. They have an algorithm to figure this thing out which sounds totally dangerous and stupid. What is marriage in the first place if someone would just wants to get married to gain citizenship to the united states. There's still a real marriage but you can get fined two hundred fifty thousand dollars and get up to ten years in prison if they find out. It's fake but but it's not fake. It's real it's a real marriage. That's the contract they established. That's the benefits that they worked out. That's that's what marriage is a contract. Hey this is what. I'm getting from the relationship. This is what you're getting from the relationship and that's actually a good point. They try to say that it has to be like for the reasons of love and to reproduce but that's not why a lot of people get married. I got married to my ex wife so that she could get my health insurance. That was a real marriage insane. So this is drawing information from from a variety of unknown sources plus two that have been criticized as being poorly managed the fbi terrorist screening database also known as c. Terrorist watch list and the national crime information center powered by servers at tech giant amazon. These system in two thousand nineteen alone conduct at sixteen and a half million screenings and flagged more than one hundred and twenty thousand cases of potential fraud or threats to national security and public safety but ultimately humans at dhs are involved in determining how to handle immigrants flagged by atlas but the software threatens to amplify the harm caused by bureaucratic mistakes within the immigration system. Mistakes that already drive mini denaturalization. A deportation cases at list should be considered suspect until it is shown not to generate unfair arbitrary and discriminatory results. Well it's designed to discriminate right. Yeah that's what it sounds like to me that they're not running the software people who emigrate here from the united kingdom or germany. You know it's people who immigrate here from mexico or afghanistan or iraq whichever country the us is bombing these days from what. We able to scrutinize in terms of the results. Like the dispirit impact of denaturalization based on national national origin. There is ample ample reason to consider a threat to naturalized citizens. I mean that's that's what is designed to do is discriminate based on national origin. I don't understand why we need to prove that. This isn't some critics. Believe it's no accident that atlas could go after individual immigrants for flimsy reasons. The whole point is to screen and investigate so that the government can deny applications or refer for criminal or civil or immigration enforcement the purpose of the secret rules predictive analytics and algorithms are to find things to investigate so because they don't have enough immigration officials or whatever they seem to be turning to software to do it for them the department of homeland security refuses to disclose to the public. How atlas works or what rules it uses to determine when immigrants should be flagged potentially have their citizenship vote. That's not suspicious at all. no. I'm you of course they don't want people to know their criteria because it's probably pretty screwed up. Yeah probably i mean just from what you read here. It sounds pretty screwed up the fact that they're doing it on like a race basis depending on what country you come from and things like that. I mean that's just discrimination. It's only gotten worse under biden until like everybody. I know says that way. More people are getting deported right now. Ever since he was he was gonna save all the immigrants their biden joe biden camilla harris. We're supposed to be nice. What they certainly didn't close any of the fima. Detention facilities are they. Are they female. Yeah they are that. They're hoarding the.
Stuff You Should Know
"national crime information center" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Co-pilot at does it has nothing to do with you. Make that kinda unless he was one of us or sheep is song. What a great song. I can't wait till that comes back and five years. Who was at. I think it was the one they want to write. A one hit wonder but it was one heck of a one hit. Like i wanted to say tori but it was not definitely wasn't knows diane waste or something like for that dribble. She was good. I thought that was a pretty good good little song. I like the message. Sure just a stranger on the bus just a slob. Like one of us. That wasn't the player. Yeah just a slob. Kid you not my friend boy. Yeah just a slob. Like all of us. I didn't being insulted. When i was yeah grew out to that song in the dance floor. You couldn't feel her supernumerary. Finger poking unit your chest. I could not so Chuck i feel like we should stop this chitchat and get down to it. Because we're talking today about something that made up. Our childhood and i was very dismayed to learn still makes up some kids childhoods a lot of kids sell still being taught today And that you could conceivably make the case that it eroded at the very fabric of society a very misguided campaign that came about in the very early eighties that had very catchy term known as stranger danger. Yeah it's funny when you look at this and you couple it with everything else. The eighties had a lot of misguided campaigns. Yeah just say no we break. There are all over the place satanic panic. It's really weird. I think it was. I mean when you look back. It was clearly like I think there are a lot of factors like the the. I think the reagan era sort of moral majority years conspired to kind of just. They wanted to scare everybody away. Everything yeah scare you straight straight into their political ideology that i mean that's definitely part of it for sure because there is a there's a definite This isn't just riffing here. Like i saw this in multiple places. with legit sources even And we'll talk a little bit about legit sources are not and i think there's some good examples in here of being careful who you listen to the But the but there does seem to be like Kind of a general consensus that part of those moral panics in the eighties came from christian conservatives. Who very much into their credit are are dedicated to the idea of protecting children from predation at the hands of adults jer. And that that's where a lot of that stuff came from but that it was really done poorly and probably overblown in in very short order. It was Not the christian right. That was leading and charging more was everybody. Everybody was involved in this kind of stuff. Yeah because i think you know if you were a kid in the eighties you knew a few things. You knew that if you listen to rock and roll music that you might be possessed by the devil If you went outside to go play by yourself that was a really good chance you might not come home. And that if you travel to like new york city like the big city or someplace you send a really good chance of being murdered. It was just going to happen. Statistically speaking you if you went to new york city you're going to be murdered yet. None of those things were tree. Or or if you smoke a cigarette than you're gonna end up. You know like a cocaine fiend right or if you take. Lsd your children's genes are going be all sorts of messed up. You'll be addicted to lsat for the rest of your life and times a day flashbacks for the rest That's right that's right. It's only have real free trip But we'll go ahead and start because this Eddie grabowski the grafter helps Helped us with this and he very logically started out with some statistics The national crime information center from that be. I've been they kind of good at collecting missing persons stats. They've been doing that since the crime control. Act nineteen seventy five and it's like with anything else when you collect statistics on missing children. Let's say you also have to clean up that list every year right because a lot of kids run away from home a lot of kids come come back home A lot of kids were never lost to begin with at a reported missing that kinda thing and in twenty nineteen a believe once they added and then subtracted they added about six hundred nine thousand two hundred seventy five missing persons. That is eye-popping. The and that's all missing persons. Just kids for that year though. That's not over the course of century that's in two thousand nineteen alone right but they also purge six hundred seven thousand one hundred four leaving about two thousand actual Missing persons remaining in their system and about one hundred of those were juvenile and then some of those are kids who ran away from home more than once. So they're on the list more than once so if you look at naked statistics an actual kidnapping in modern times of a child is really really rare and even rarer still to be kidnapped by a stranger exactly so chuck i got my trustee calculator out and i got a lotta stuff wrong. But i'm going to read what i came up with okay. Does it say boo bliss. You main just got me with that So out of the. Let's say two thousand people who are Two thousand kids who are abducted every year. That's what i saw in one place. I think from the fbi. Two thousand kids were abducted That means that out of these. Seventy four million kids in america in two thousand eleven Each one technically head. A point zero zero zero zero to seven percent chance of being abducted. Okay and that's just abducted. Okay so hang with me for one. More second twenty. You have a quarter of a million of a percent of being abducted. Statistically speaking if you're.
Women and Crime
"national crime information center" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Comes into play here. Starting at a young age when he would steal things and he would get positive reinforcement and then when he worked for probation and he would break the law. He never got fired. He continued to assume climb the ranks or at least stay where he was. He never got reprimanded. So that keeps reinforcing that this behavior is okay in domestic violence. If if all of those claims were true you know he was still out and about working and living his life although he kept committing these crimes. Yeah that's the first theory. I've had just so you know i've got to learning theory. Which is differential reinforcement as well and for the exact same reasons i feel like his behavior was reinforced over and over. Again he doesn't get caught. He doesn't get punished. would rewarding him But i see something else witch for for the actual murder may be too and for some of the crimes and because of the way he described feeling better than some other drills. Ation theory i i want to say earlier dammit. Yes but you can go you go ahead and explain it. Okay so this is my second one i think that the techniques of neutralization these situational excuses that allow a person who feels or sees themselves as a positive or a good person or relieves the guilt they feel or they would feel justifications. Yeah to commit crimes. So there's a couple Denial of responsibility. So you know it's not really my fault. I kinda had to do it. Which is how he described. I had to restrain deborah or denial victim. No no no. She wasn't the victim. I was or denial of injury. So i also see if rodney's guilty. These are the two theories that i would say. I say that he made perfect excuses for his own bad behavior. And if his brother was maybe the person who actually did it would also be using techniques of neutralization by claiming. He's innocent. Well i'm not the one who actually stabbed her. I just happen to leave the door open and give the knife to my brother or no. You're right. He might be able to still feel justified because he didn't get his hands dirty. Okay so beyond that. I wanna talk about another big issue here. And that is the victimization of indigenous women. And i know this is an issue. You and i have talked about before. Gavin newsom had made it a point to acknowledge the trends of violence towards indigenous women. And how rodney's attack on deborah perpetuated. This trend deborah to shipman director and founder of missing and murdered indigenous. Women spoke about rodney's parole hearings stating that only fifteen percent of murders that happened to native american women or even investigated let alone prosecuted shocking number. Right other numbers here. Native american women are victims of domestic violence fifty percent more than the next highest group and are murdered at ten times higher than the national average. Also one in three are victims of rape usually at the hands of nonindigenous men and meghan. Those numbers are definitely higher. Because we know they're under report. I was going to say that. But these numbers are super super high. According to the national crime information center fifty seven hundred indigenous women were reported missing in two thousand sixteen but only a hundred and sixteen of those were logged into the federal missing person's database. So emmy what are the causes of this problem. And what's being done i. There's a pattern of transient male..
Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"national crime information center" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"It. It gave no sort of meaning to why a program should have been developed. There's there's nothing in relation to why the program needed to be developed operation lady justice. It sounds like a name. Somebody grabbed out of the air and created a name. Ms ms well been a function to clean the statue of liberty. That's what it reminds me of operation. Lady justice please again. This paragraph tells whoever it might read it that operation lady justice had no teeth it had no function and it really wasn't designed to do anything secretary. Howland is giving the immu teeth. It's going to be a functional department. And i'm believing that it's going to do a lot. It's going to bring a lot of closure. Continuing investigations remain unsolved often due to a lack of investigative resources available to identify new information from witness testimony reexamine new or retained material evidence and review fresh activities of suspects. That's that's often true because there's no lack of there. There's a lack of investigative resources. So when there's a lack of investigative resources that tells me that those folks who had the power to fund programs to find missing people to investigate cases of missing and murdered natives. It tells me that they didn't want to they didn't care to. They didn't think that those people who became victims were important enough. That's what it tells me. The immu- in addition to reviewing unsolved cases will immediately begin to work with tribal. Ba an fbi investigators on active missing and murdered investigations. The mmu will also able enabled the department to expand its collaborative efforts with other agencies. Such as working to enhance the. Doj's missing. I'm sorry to enhance the doj national missing and unidentified person system and developing strategic partnerships with a additional stakeholders such as the fbi. Behavioral analysts unit. The fbi forensic laboratory the us marshal marshals missing child unit and the national center for missing and exploited. Children quoting again whether it's a missing family member or homicide investigation. These efforts will be all hands on deck. We are fully committed to assisting tribal communities with these investigations and the m. You will leverage every resource available to be a force multiplier in preventing these cases from becoming cold case investigations. An quote and that was a quote for secretary. How excuse me so you see. She is already holding feet to the fire. And i'm hoping that there aren't people standing on the sidelines with buckets water. I'm hoping those people will be shouldered out of the way and others will step in their places to land additional support to this program. Because as i said at the opening there's been no desire to find out what happened to these people. There's been no desire to find out what's happened to missing and murdered. Indigenous women and girls america did not care again. People can toss out the the defenses in reasons that they want but the lack of action is indefensible. I just read figures of cold cases. Fifteen hundred approximately fifteen hundred american indian alaskan native missing persons have been entered into the national crime information center in cic approximately twenty seven hundred cases murdered and non negligent homicide offenses have been reported to the federal government's uniform crime reporting program these get filed. It's cold cases. There's no reason for that. There's no reason for that. And it's gotta stop. It's gotta stop america. You have to do better either. Willingly do better or before to do better. I care not which you've got to do better for far too long america. You've kicked native people to the curb and you can't kicking today that stops. I'm hoping secretary howland will do grand things. I hope she puts her predecessors to shame with what she will accomplish and i hope that shines a light brightly in the face of america to say. See with the stroke of a pen. This new secretary created a unit. That could have been created decades ago funded decades ago manned decades ago and stopped countless murders and preventing countless cases of missing native women girls decades ago. This could have been done. This is on you america. You hold their responsibility for.
Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"national crime information center" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"This is a press release coming out of the interior department and it was published on april. First it reads secretary of the interior. I love saying that deb. Howlin announced the formation of a new missing and murdered unit. M m you within the bureau of indian affairs office of justice services. The academics dash o. J. 's to provide leadership and direction for cross depart department departmental and inter agency work involving missing and murdered american indians and alaskan natives the. Mmu will help. Put the full weight of the federal government into investigating these cases and martial law enforcement resources across federal agencies and throughout indian country. Quoting violence against indian. Peoples is a crisis that it's been underfunded for decades far too often murders and missing persons cases in indian country go unsolved and unaddressed. Leaving families and communities devastated the new immune unit will provide the resources and leadership to prioritize these cases and coordinate resource resources. Excuse me to hold people accountable. Keep our community safe and provide closure for families end quote and that was a quote from the interior secretary to interior secretary. Deb howland boyd lifts saying that interior secretary deb. Hallen well secretary. I hope you get all of the support that you need and then some. I hope that you're able to push buttons and get all the funding that you need and then some because as you stated violence against indigenous people is a crisis and it's been underfunded for decades and far too often as you've said secretary the cases in indian country go unsolved unaddressed. Leave and families and communities devastated again. I suggest this hasn't been done in the past because there was no desire to do so. I suggest america didn't think native peoples were important enough to find out what happened to them. I suggest america did not care and still does not care enough about american american indians native americans to put a stop to the violence that creates so many missing in murdered indigenous women and girls. I suggest that it would have continued. Unabated had sick or terry damn holland not been confirmed as the interior secretary the lack of support the lack of action the lack of funding and the downright lack of not giving a crap about native peoples in relation to this particular topic. As been a bone of contention with me for decades. People can toss out all the defenses and in and reasons that they want. There is no defense why this hasn't been done before now. There is none absolutely no defense back to the release. Approximately fifteen hundred american indian and alaska native missing persons have been entered into the national crime information center in cic throughout the us and approximately two thousand seven hundred cases of murdered and non negligent homicide offenses offenses had been reported to the federal government's uniform crime reporting program ucr and they still languish and a cold file somewhere unresolved the press release continues a task force for missing and murdered american indians and alaska natives called operation lady justice was formed in two thousand nineteen to pursue these unresolved cases this announcement builds on that work by designating new leadership and support positions including a unit chief responsible. For stakeholder collaboration continued policy development and overall performance of the unit department is also designating in new positions with existing federal funding to support the investigative needs of the m you including the collection an analyst of performance data and coordination of services with the families of victims so just in that one paragraph right there operation lady justice. Whatever the heck that is supposed to be nothing was re. It had no teeth. It wasn't really designed to deal anything truly. It wasn't really designed to do anything. You can call it lip service if you will. It might as well have been a placard stuck on a closet door. That's my that that's what it may. As well have been operation lady justice.
Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast
"national crime information center" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast
"Experts increasingly concerned about a pervasive expanding network of ai powered cameras that can be leveraged by both private residents and law enforcement. And here's a quote from Dave mass director of variations at eff he told motherboard quote ale pr and this is automatic license plate reading l. Pr is a mass surveillance technology. It does not discriminate between people who are involved in crimes and people who are innocent just collects data on everyone with the assumption that maybe one day you might commit a crime unquote such a system like others before it brings up questions. Is it biased. In how and where hardwares placed is the technology disproportionately us against cars belonging to black people and other people of color is the data. Eventually abused and here. We have a quote from chris Gillyard a research fellow with the technology and social change research project at harvard kennedy school's sharpton center and he says quote. My concern much as with the ring. Is that these technologies enable a massively expanded surveillance network that in most cases has little to no oversight or accountability. On top of that. I worry it creates another vector for neighborhoods and by extension law enforcement to surveil black folks who are just going about their business. We saw this recently when the lapd requested ring video footage of black lives matter protesters unquote and here's a quote from wessler who we have had on the show. He's with the aclu. And he says quote as the supreme court has repeatedly explained police access to everyone's electrically collected location history raises serious privacy concerns license plate. Readers can create precise record of where we go and win in overtime can reveal a wealth of sensitive information about our lies. It has no comfort when these devices are being deployed and supposedly piecemeal fashion by scattered private users by providing police with an internet platform to easily stitch together information from dozens or hundreds of license plate readers without getting a search warrant from a judge. Companies like flock threatened to enable pervasive tracking of our activities and movements unquote. The hardware can be connected to the national crime information center or the nci c. which automatically alerts law enforcement when the camera detect someone in that database. The nci includes information on stolen vehicles immigration. Violators missing persons sex offenders. Gang members and more flock pushes an average of one hundred and twenty hot list notifications every hour. According to its marketing material with these lists police have wide. Latitude use flocked for whatever is legally permissible in their own fiction. The county of san diego document which must have been referred to part cut out also says police departments can upload their own custom. Hot lists in a spreadsheet. Now this is a really really long story and there's a lot more to it. We'll put a link in the show notes to this. As i'm going to be doing for all articles that i read going forward so you can always go back and see the original. Because in many cases. I edit these or cut them short. This particular article was huge. But this is certainly enough to give you an idea of what's going on and why it's important. It used to be that your license plates were red and other places like going through a toll booth out sometimes automated toll booth and that's how they knew who to send the bill to but you know even toll roads as you're going through dropping coins and a basket or handing bills to to a person have cameras and they will often you know..