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The 1918 Spanish Flu: Fact vs. Fiction

Latino Rebels Radio

06:15 min | 3 weeks ago

The 1918 Spanish Flu: Fact vs. Fiction

"This is Oscar Fernandes and today on the show, we put the spotlight on Texas to discuss the fact versus fiction of the Spanish flu pandemic of nineteen eighteen and to follow up on the one year anniversary of the mass shooting in El Paso Texas, the largest mass shooting targeted against Latinos, and so there's no need for a long introduction today on the show because our guest today has a lot to say on how the US in various ways is repeating history in its poor response to the pandemic. The scapegoating of others who have no control of the pandemic and which community ultimately praise the costs for the pandemic and so with us on the show today is w Dorado Romo. He's a researcher and the author of a ringside seat to revolution and underground cultural history of El Paso, and is which is available on single prosperous that we joins us today to combat to show W doral Romo. Thank you so much. Is Good to have you with us once again and doesn't probably no way of escaping any news whatsoever as it pertains to the current. Co Ed nineteen pandemic. You know it's affected almost every corner of society both here in the US and abroad. But one thing that's been cited as a frame of reference of valuable one, I would say is the Spanish flu pandemic of nineteen eighteen. Now in recent weeks, politicians and media people have stated that the US has not seen anything like the in pandemic since the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen. Even you know Donald Trump and self has been cited Spanish flu in his own ignorant ways. I would I would say. But when reasons I want to talk to you was because this soon is the Spanish flu pandemic came up in mainstream media and the first thing that came to mind was Our discussion that we had last year with regards to the bath riots and it gives me the feeling that there's some things missing as it pertains to Race River Garson and the narrative of the Spanish flu pandemic. So a want to know based on what you've seen this far when people sight to space Lou, what do you feel is missing in this important narrative? I think you hit it on the nail. The idea that the pandemic was just a problem of perhaps Just, a a medical problem is something that's usually citing it by these media reports but. Raised and war have a huge part to play in in this. So called Spanish food and I think one of the things that has. Not Been. Looked into as much as. A huge role that the United States played in this called Spanish who I mean I I, I would call it the American sloop because they didn't start in Spain. It actually most of the evidence that we have historically the first official report. Of the Spanish flu was from Pasco County, council. And it was in a in a US military camp. Ford Riley canceled that it I broke out now there's other theories but most of the evidence points to that so this is Not so much the Spanish food at the American flu and I think that has been something that has not been as deeply investigated in many of these. Reports. So the question has to be asked, how did the Spanish flu get its name? If it was actually based here in Kansas as he said. Well. During. World War One, it was censorship. So the when I broke out in March of nineteen eighteen and one military cab. There was hardly anything written about it. It was actually A. A. Cook at the base of contract. And within. A few days there were hundreds of US soldiers? That, That were hit that that excel stake as Devo them died. From the flu. So the reason that is called a Spanish food is because Spain was a neutral country. So they were able to report. The fact that even even some of the most prominent. political figures from Spain were infected contractors to flu. So the name stuck that was the first. Was the first country where there was actually uncensored reporting about the flu to the main stuff but it was. It's also I think this idea of thickness. Always comes from the other side. The His what would you call it? The other association of of disease. You know the. Americans in the very beginning they and some of them playing some of the news sources would blame on the German thinking that it was a form of bacteriological warfare. Germans also had it. And they blamed it on the Russians they call it the the Russian has the Russians blamed on the Chinese everybody blamed on on on someone else the white South Africans called the the copy of. The Black Man Species? So I. Think this is part of. Stigmatization of the other using DC. To kind of Yeah. To stigmatize other racists, other nationality has always been kind of a universal part of this. Funny enough. Even back in nineteen. A lot of the banish medical. So rotation. Would pointed out the unfairness calling the Spanish flu they knew that it had not originated there

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Femicide and the Forgotten Women of Juarez with Oz Woloshyn and Monica Ortiz Uribe

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

05:43 min | 2 months ago

Femicide and the Forgotten Women of Juarez with Oz Woloshyn and Monica Ortiz Uribe

"For nearly thirty years, women in the Mexican border city of Juarez. have been disappearing many of them turning up dead in mass graves. We. Don't know who the killers are very few have been charged and fewer convicted. My guest this week. Our odds volition and Monica Ortiz Rebbe. Of the amazing podcast forgotten the women of what is the final episode two, which is now available, they are incredible journalists with an infuriating story to tell. If! You've ever been to war with disposing of bodies, Israelis. You don't have to dig to her dirt. You're digging through saying. Just across the bridge from El Paso Texas, hundreds of young women have been tanning up dead in Juarez Mexico. Many artists covered in mass graves. Some have strange symbols coughed. Some. have their hands bound with shoelaces? And? Everyone from the families of the victims to the United States. FBI has tried to uncover who is behind these crimes. But one thing is clear. The crimes are connected. They're not just random victims. The women were picked. They were selected I mean there could be an abduction in broad daylight. No one saw it. No one talked about it. These are like ghosts. The numbers started to rise, and then a lot of theories were floated up the gangs serial murder. The cartels organ traffickers the possibility of some sort of strange devil worship. It's been fifteen years since I first heard about these murders, and I've been haunted ever since. How is it possible? These crimes remain unsolved on journey to find out we talk to victims, families FBI agents and a psychologist who claims the new one of the culprits. We visit, the site of one of the mass graves and traveled to a dangerous part downtown. Where many of the women disappeared? I Voloshin, I'm one of the hosts of Forgotten Women of Juarez. The podcast explores what happens when this become targets, and when the judiciary is compromised, I'm fighting for bust institutions and freedom of speech. Sorry, not sorry I'm Monique, our three, they co host of the podcast forgotten. The women of what is I believe workers everywhere should earn a fair wage and women ought to live free from violence Nazari Period I. WanNa give the listeners some back story on what's happening in Juarez. How many women have gone missing in the crimes not being? Even really investigated by authorities and then go into why you felt it was important to do. The podcast I first started working on this podcast of several trips to the Texas Mexico border specifically El Paso Texas and In Mexico. And it took me several trips before I learned something that everybody in the region knows, which is that? Since the early nineteen nineties, hundreds of women have turned up dead in Horace, and many of them met incredibly brutal fates, which was evident from that bodies when they were discovered. That been five mass graves of Women Discovering Juarez since nineteen ninety five. And yet, all of this was happening right across the border from one of America's safest cities, a prosperous suburban Texans city, and so I was just very curious. How could this be happening? How could the crimes not be solved? And it ended up being this journey with Monica that open up. All kinds of other questions particularly learn things like the FBI had tried to solve the crimes, not once not twice, but three times. When the mass grave was discovered, and suspects confessed harder Crawford was the FBI special agent in charge of El Paso. Is Office was just a few miles away from the site. The mass grave and he taken a special interest in the murders of women in Juarez and was following this case closely as a potential breakthrough. You could sense that the pressure was mounting. Political pressure public pressure international pressure. The families and relatives and friends of the disappeared. Women were allowed. Those women would hold use. Mourning the deaths and George attention to that. That was huge. There was all kinds of attention from the international press. People like Jennifer Lopez. Eve ensler involved and yet these crimes remain stubbornly unsolved wasn't clear. Who was killing these hundreds of women, and why and it was a story of vulnerability, but also a story of the deep paradox irony of the border that many of these women were working in factories, which were American owned could see across the border into a Passo a city of. A Fred safety enormous safety by comparison and that Alpes Owens could see back into war as many of them had relatives there many of them. Have Friends there and yet. Those this seeming inability to do anything and that struck me as something which was I had to know more

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Suspect arrested in Los Angeles shooting at street race that killed 17-year-old girl

KNX Evening News

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Suspect arrested in Los Angeles shooting at street race that killed 17-year-old girl

"A 33 year old man from Texas has been arrested this in the shooting death of a 17 year old girl following a street race in Hollywood. Police say the teen, identified by her family as Alejandra Estrada of Huntington Beach was not the intended target. She was shot just after midnight at Hollywood Boulevard in Highland Avenue, where an illegal street racing sideshow was taking place. Estrada was pronounced dead at the scene. Another person was wounded, but he's expected to recover. A few hours later, Ramon Monreal of El Paso, Texas, was taken into custody, his bail set at $3 million. His case is expected to be presented to the Lake County D a s office on

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Workers dying in US factories in Mexico of coronavirus

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:26 sec | 5 months ago

Workers dying in US factories in Mexico of coronavirus

"Mexican authorities have expressed growing concern over dozens of U. S. own export factories that remain open the official handling coronavirus information war that Mexican border cities are being hit especially hard at one factory in Sudan choir at across from el Paso Texas workers were told not to stay home despite an outbreak according to published reports more than a dozen from that plant died after being sent back to work

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Mexican border city to quarantine returning migrants

KYW 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Mexican border city to quarantine returning migrants

"The Mexican border state of Tijuana says it will set up a shelter to house deported migrants for a two week quarantine the state says the shelter walls migrants returned to the border city of Ciudad Juarez across the border from el Paso Texas the state says that an average of sixty five migrants were deported through that town every day for a total of about fifty two hundred so far this year the move is part of a series of measures announced to prevent the spread of the infection the U. S. as over eighty one thousand cases Mexico five hundred eighty

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Pregnant woman from Guatemala dies after fall from wall at U.S.-Mexican border

Joe Pags

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

Pregnant woman from Guatemala dies after fall from wall at U.S.-Mexican border

"A pregnant teenager falls to her death while trying to climb the U. S. border wall in Texas CBS is Jennifer brown a young pregnant woman from Guatemala and her boyfriend were dropped off by smugglers at the border wall just on the other side el Paso Texas the two tried climbing over she did it make it and fell the nineteen year old died at the hospital she was eight months along her partner now in custody says he'd have never done it he'd known how dangerous it was Mexican authorities are not looking for the

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Report: Domestic extremists killed at least 42 in 2019

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Report: Domestic extremists killed at least 42 in 2019

"Twenty nineteen was the six worst year on record white supremacists and other extremist actors killed at least forty two people in the U. S. last year that's according to the anti defamation league's murder and extremism report the killings occurred in seventeen incidents which included twenty two victims of a Walmart shooting in el Paso Texas in August the gunman admitted targeting Mexicans the ADL says extremist related violence has spiked in the past five years and calls on lawmakers and law enforcers to recognize the grave threat posed by violent white supremacy I am Jackie Quinn

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Right-wing extremists killed 38 in U.S. last year, report finds

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Right-wing extremists killed 38 in U.S. last year, report finds

"The anti defamation league says it's counted at least thirty eight killings by white supremacists and other far right extremists in the U. S. last year with a total of forty two domestic extremism related slayings that means twenty nineteen was the sixth deadliest year for violence by all domestic extremists since nineteen seventy the league says the gunman who shot and killed twenty two people last year at a Walmart in el Paso Texas accounted for more than half of the domestic extremism related

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Browns Lineman Greg Robinson Allegedly Caught With 157 Pounds of Marijuana in Car

AP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Browns Lineman Greg Robinson Allegedly Caught With 157 Pounds of Marijuana in Car

"Letter former Auburn University stand out in a Phil offensive tackle Greg Robinson is being held without bond el Paso Texas after he and another man were arrested with one hundred fifty seven pounds of marijuana in a rented vehicle the drug enforcement agency says when their car passed a border patrol agent his drug sniffing dog alerted to the pot Robinson played the last two seasons with Cleveland as in so non restricted free agent he could at twenty

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Alleged El Paso Walmart gunman charged with federal hate crimes

America's First News

02:52 min | 8 months ago

Alleged El Paso Walmart gunman charged with federal hate crimes

"And the man accused of killing twenty two people and wounding two dozen others in a shooting that targeted Mexicans in the border city of el Paso Texas is charged with a federal hate crimes that indictment unsealed Thursday eight charges the gunmen whose name we will not use who espouse white supremacy with ninety pounds under federal hate crime and firearms laws U. S. attorney John bass said the charges send a message on August third of last year at a Walmart in the central Paso a man used a semi automatic rifle to murder twenty two people he also shot twenty two other people the victims included citizens of both the United States and Mexico as well as one citizen of Germany who is a resident of Mexico shortly before the attack the gunmen posted a manifesto online in that manifesto he called the attack a response to quote Hispanic invasion of Texas claim to be defending the United States from quote cultural and ethnic replacement brought on by the invasion a federal grand jury sitting here in el Paso returned a ninety count indictment against the Walmart shooter that's two counts for each of the forty four innocent victims who were shot by the attacker both those who survived and those who did not as well as to an additional counts for one of the other people he attempted to kill as I mentioned twenty two of the ninety counts carry a maximum penalty of death but we're gonna follow DOJ's established protocol for deciding whether to recommend the death penalty to a jury our top goal of course is always to stop threats before they materialize but it's very difficult working it's made harder by the amount of racist propaganda online which can inspire loan actors who don't have criminal records I don't have contacts with hate groups to commit atrocities today we in the grand jury allege that the defendant committed these federal hate crimes committed these violent crimes to frighten and intimidate the Hispanic community if the grantor religious the defendant tried to terrorize an entire community this will not stand the department of justice will continue to fight these acts of hatred both here in el Paso and across our entire country no the gunman already facing a potential death sentence at a state capital murder case all the Texas man's been executed for a shooting in which he killed his wife and two children and two other relatives during a drug fueled rage nearly eighteen years ago forty seven year old a bellow chill receiving lethal injection Thursday at the state penitentiary in Huntsville prosecutors say was high on crack cocaine when he started shooting inside of his Dallas home in August of two thousand to condemn for the slayings of his thirty two year old wife Cecilia and his seven year old daughter little crystal also killed work which was nine month old daughter's father in law and sister in law he's the second inmate to be put to death this year in Texas the third in the

AP Source: Walmart Shooting Suspect Patrick Crusius Faces Hate Crime Charges

Buck Sexton

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

AP Source: Walmart Shooting Suspect Patrick Crusius Faces Hate Crime Charges

"Our kids filed in the deadly Walmart shooting last summer in el Paso Texas after the Walmart shooting in August in el Paso the US attorney in West Texas that he might pursue federal charges he said they were looking at the crime as domestic terrorism now the US attorney's office has reportedly filed hate crime charges against the twenty one year old from Allen Texas who's accused of driving several hours across the state in an effort to shoot Latinos a manifesto attributed to him is that he was upset about illegal immigration he'd warned of a Hispanic invasion among the twenty two people killed were eight Mexican nationals twenty four others were

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Asylum seekers in Arizona sent across border back to Mexico

Mike Broomhead

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Asylum seekers in Arizona sent across border back to Mexico

"US government is now sending asylum seekers in Arizona across the border to Nogales to await their immigration court hearing the move is part of the trump administration's expansion of the migrant protection protocols once called the remaining Mexico policy the government had been busting asylum seekers from Tucson tubal Paso Texas so they can be returned to Mexico Nogales is now the first border crossing in Arizona through which migrants are returned to Mexico to await their immigration hearing that will be schedule nearly three hundred fifty miles away in el

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"Remain in Mexico" migrants will have to travel miles for U.S. hearings

WSJ What's News

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

"Remain in Mexico" migrants will have to travel miles for U.S. hearings

"We report on an expansion of a controversial immigration program known soon as remain in Mexico and policy change. US Customs and Border Protection in Arizona used to bus asylum seekers to El Paso Texas to await their. US Court hearings brings. Now the agency is sending them back across the Arizona border to Nogales Mexico and requiring them to arrange their own transportation to attend asylum. Hearings in El Paso Paso Emigrant and human rights advocates have criticized the remain in Mexico program. Officially known as Migrant Protection Protocols for sending migrants Mac. Too Dangerous Mexican can border cities.

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"paso texas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"paso texas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The stories in el Paso Texas say there's an active shooter at a Walmart a police department has put out an advisory saying there is an active shooter urging everyone to stay away from the area a very low our works at a neighboring restaurant and he tells ABC Walmart employees are seeking shelter there they're just kind of hidden away in the back room over there and this is for their loved ones it's hard to get a ride home or try to get out here multiple people have been killed in a shooting today at a Walmart in el Paso Texas at this time we do have one person in custody we don't believe there's anybody outstanding so we are advising we're starting to secure the scene of the scene is starting to become sick your el Paso police said a twenty one year old male walked toward the Walmart with some kind of long gone and opened fire eyewitnesses said the shooting started in the parking lot of the Walmart and then continued inside the store and adjacent shopping mall police were quickly to secure the scene as bloody choppers streamed outside an armed officers ran inside the shooter was taken into custody Vanessa signs in the parking lot of the Walmart and she says that's where he began shooting walking very competently and she was on a mission that I I would then able to see his facial expression because he was a distance away but the walk something I'll never forget police ordering shoppers to keep their hands up as a shopping mall in el Paso Texas we're cops and witnesses say a man hours.

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Mass killings in US reach highest mark since at least 1970s, largely due to shootings: report

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Mass killings in US reach highest mark since at least 1970s, largely due to shootings: report

"US is suffering from the highest number of mass killings in decades fox's Tom Graham has the details there were more mass killings in twenty nineteen than any other year dating back to at least the nineteen seventies that's according to new numbers compiled by the Associated Press USA today in northeastern university and all the were forty one mass killings defined as one for more people are killed excluding the killer of those thirty three were mass shootings including high profile tragedies like the twelve people killed in a workplace massacre in Virginia and the twenty two who were murdered at a Walmart in el Paso Texas nation wide a total of two hundred and ten people were killed in mass killings in twenty nineteen tomgram fox

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Family rescued after 24 hours lost in Colorado's snowy mountains

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Family rescued after 24 hours lost in Colorado's snowy mountains

"A Texas family has been found in the snow we wilderness Matt Piper tells us about the rescue a family was rescued on Christmas Eve after getting lost in the snowy Rocky Mountains in Colorado for twenty four hours officials found the family safe as they were searching for help police say a couple in their thirties from el Paso Texas was driving a rented truck with their twelve year old daughter when they got lost in San Juan National Forest a multi agency search led to the rescue of the family they were delivering furniture saying they relied on GPS to find the fastest route but got stuck in the snow they ran the engine and bundled themselves up on furniture blankets to stay warm

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DHS watchdog finds no wrongdoing in deaths of 2 migrant children

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

DHS watchdog finds no wrongdoing in deaths of 2 migrant children

"The department of homeland security's internal watchdog finding no wrongdoing by immigration officials in the deaths of two migrant children last December a seven year old Guatemalan girl named Jacquelyn died December eighth of last year after crossing the border with their father she fell ill on a long bus ride to a border patrol station should stop reading by the time it arrived in was flown to a hospital in el Paso Texas where she died a little more than two weeks later an eight year old Guatemalan boy named Philippe pay died while in U. S. customs and border protection care homeland security says it remains saddened by the tragic loss of the two children and continues to bolster medical screenings in care at DHS facilities on the border Ben Thomas

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DHS watchdog finds no wrongdoing in deaths of 2 migrant kids

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

DHS watchdog finds no wrongdoing in deaths of 2 migrant kids

"A seven year old Guatemalan girl named Jacquelyn died December eighth of last year after crossing the border with their father she fell ill on a long bus ride to a border patrol station should stop reading by the time it arrived in was flown to a hospital in el Paso Texas where she died a little more than two weeks later and eight year old Guatemalan boy named for Lee pay died while in U. S. customs and border protection care homeland security says it remains saddened by the tragic loss of the two children and continues to bolster medical screenings in care and DHS facilities on the border Ben Thomas Washington

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Civil rights groups file lawsuit challenging new Trump asylum rule

Pacifica Evening News

01:26 min | 10 months ago

Civil rights groups file lawsuit challenging new Trump asylum rule

"A new federal lawsuit charges the immigration court system under the trump administration has become a deportation machine a lawsuit filed by the Southern Poverty Law Center an innovation long lab of Portland Oregon says that instead of being fair and impartial judges and among Haitian courts answer to Attorney General William Barr and are pushed to deny applications for asylum lead attorney Melissa crow says some parts of the United States have become asylum free zones because immigration courts in twenty three cities have denied more than eighty five percent of applications for asylum with el Paso Texas having the highest denial rate at ninety six point six percent the lawsuit is supported by a former immigration judge who said she resigned after the administration made it impossible for her to be true to her oath to uphold the US constitution the trump administration has ordered judges to meet a minimum number of cases speeding up their consideration of sometimes complicated asylum claims not meeting the goal could result in the immigration judge being fired the lawsuit asks the federal court to require the Attorney General to correct the dysfunction of the immigration court system it also seeks an injunction restraining the trump administration from imposing a quota on

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"paso texas" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Paso Texas in Dayton Ohio southern California congressman Adam Schiff who's chairman of the house permanent select committee on intelligence you noticed a bill that would create a federal domestic terrorism crime to talk more about what's in the bill the congressman paid a visit to the case CBS studios and spoke with anchors Jeff bell and Patty rising I was very surprised to learn that there are no criminal penalties for domestic terrorists you know I think most people are surprised by that and what prosecutors and the FBI have done instead is to try to often shoe horn these terrible acts of mass violence into other categories either use a murder statute or a hate crime statute or a weapons charge this new bill would essentially put domestic terror on the same footing as international terror and there is a statute that prohibits and penalizes those who engage in say isis or al Qaeda inspired terror but we should be devoting the same resources to this problem because frankly Americans on American soil now are more likely to die at the hands of a domestic terrorist who is motivated by some hateful ideology increasingly a white supremacist ideology than they are someone acting on the inspiration of isis or al Qaeda historically speaking what has been the push back for doing this or not doing this well I think a concern over how the statute might be abused and one of the things that we did in there we take narrowly tailoring this bill as we did not mimic for example the section in the international terrorism section a law that allows you to designate organizations as terrorist organizations also there's no authority for that in this bill we don't want to create a list of domestic terror organizations but I think it is important to establish both as a moral matter that these these are just as repugnant as terror acts inspired by international organizations but also make sure that we devote the resources to this problem that prosecutors have the tools of the FBI can initiate investigations at an early stage one of the things you'll be able to do one of the statute which is currently not available that is go after those who provide material support to those who would commit acts of domestic terror so those who are stockpiling weapons for someone who might commit one of these acts so hopefully this will elevate our resources our attention at this growing horror what do you think the chances are passage well there is bipartisan support for the idea of a domestic terrorism prohibition but there is I think concern about a particularly with a trump administration is just so much well play skepticism about providing ministration any new tool will have to overcome that but it's my hope that we can press forward and that we're not going to be reliant on waiting for some other tragedy to motivate us to do what needs to be done covers but I suspect he would be the first to say that this alone is not going to solve the bigger issue this is a part of a much bigger response that you would like to see talk about some of those other components well that's exactly right and is certainly another big piece of this is taking away the means the way that domestic terrorist used to kill so many people and that is access to assault weapons access to extended ammunition clips access to firearms without a background check and you know it's often said with respect to either this domestic terrorism law or an assault weapons ban or any other specific bill that that one bill won't solve every crime or this crime would not have been solved by that bill that is not excuse for inaction that is congressman Adam Schiff KCBS news time seven twenty five sponsored by super micro into which is building a better bank look like it starts with building Capital One cafes.

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"paso texas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Paso Texas and Dayton Ohio president trump was reportedly strongly considering tighter gun control measures however that is starting to change as we hear from ABC Serena Marshall very very strong background checks right now president trump switching his position again on guns following a lengthy conversation with the NRA president telling him he does not support universal background checks you know they call it the slippery slope and all of a sudden everything gets taken away we're not gonna let that happen following the recent mass shootings the president had tweeted bow sizing to to quote come together and get strong background checks but is the same type of flip we saw from him after the parkland shooting where he told Republicans you are afraid of the NRA before later backing away from some of the bipartisan talks Serena Marshall ABC news Washington well once the sun goes down you have to stay inside that is the temporary rule right now in the town of up to in the latest to ban outdoor activities after dusk as Tripoli was found in a mosquito that was tested by town officials now upturned is in Worcester county borders graft in which is home to one the two people in the state who tested positive for eastern equine encephalitis other restrictions are going to remain in place and told the first frost which could be in the fall of the smoke is still pouring out of a recycling plant in north Andover this morning a fire that had started last night and it is still burning WBZ's Kevin Coleman is at the scene and he joins us now live Kevin what can you tell us good morning Jim fire crews continue to battle this fire in north Andover as large clouds of smoke can senior to pour out this recycling facility and Jim just walking around here you can certainly sell health stick the error is from the smoke and fire she bill McCarthy just spoke and said first responders found heavy fire coming out of the roof line when they first arrived yesterday evening he said there have gotten most of it out but there is still fire they're battling from underneath the facility but she expects crews to be here all day and possibly into tomorrow in north.

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"paso texas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The the murderers and el Paso Texas and and in Dayton Ohio two weekends ago where these terrible massacres took place and something that the news media is left out of all this first of all the other guy and I heard another news report about it today about the the murder I don't like to use their names because it's a better policy than using their names all the time but the the creepy murderer in Dayton who should die well he's days yet about he was in Elizabeth Warren loving Marxism spreading he is one of these guys who the the left is on a Jack now they're spreading this B. S. that Abraham Lincoln was a Marxist is saying this that he was a Marxist not just any red marks or any but that he was a Marxist that's what they're spending because everything has to be a lie the guy it was and and T. for loving Elizabeth Warren loving trump hating Marxists leftists socialists and trump is blamed for his behavior for his break down right that's the the Ohio got now they've just stop talking about that now they're talking about his friend buying vest for a minute and a magazine form and the weather's friend is going to be charged and and I'm not really very important to the world and then there is the murder from el Paso and my friend Byron York my acquaintance Byron York at the Washington examiner wrote a piece over the weekend that I didn't get to yesterday has anyone actually read to the el Paso manifesto.

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"paso texas" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The the murderers and al Paso Texas and and in Dayton Ohio two weekends ago where these terrible massacres took place and something that the news media is left out of all this first of all the other guy and I heard another news report about it today about the the murder I don't like to use their names because it's a better policy than using their names all the time but the the creepy murderer in Dayton who should die well he's days yet about he was Elizabeth Warren loving Marxism spreading he is one of these guys who the the left is on a Jack now they're spreading this B. S. that Abraham Lincoln was a Marxist is saying this that he was a Marxist not just any red marks or any but then he was a Marxist that's what they're spending because everything has to be a lie the guy it was and and TiVo loving Elizabeth Warren loving trump hating Marxists leftists socialists and trump is blamed for his behavior for has break down right that's the the Ohio got now they've just stop talking about that now they're talking about his friend to buying vest for a minute and a magazine form and the weather's friend is going to be charged and and not really very important to the world and then there is the murder from el Paso and my friend Byron York my acquaintance Byron York at the Washington examiner wrote a piece over the weekend that I didn't get to yesterday has anyone actually read to the el Paso manifesto.

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"paso texas" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Paso Texas and Dayton Ohio and to bay area congresswoman are stepping up their call for tougher gun safety laws in the U. S. KCBS is Betsy Gephardt has more Oakland congresswoman Barbara Lee was born and raised in el Paso and was there yesterday marching in solidarity for gun room for all I know for a fact that here in el Paso and date in Gilroy throughout the country people are gonna fight until this is done meanwhile in redwood city fellow congresswoman Jackie Speer told a packed town hall at Kenyatta college she is confident a background checks bill will become law that is a very modest proposal it's just closing loopholes that exist in the existing law both lawmakers favor and nationwide assault weapons ban acting out of college fifty Gephardt KCBS according to the judicial council of California the current for profit bail system in this state is unfair so what that counsel has now allocated funding for a pilot program that will even the playing field for some caught up in the criminal justice system we have more from case CBS's Scott Materi the council allocated sixty eight million dollars for the program that will identify low flight risk and low income arrestees and sixteen California counties including San Matteo nap Alameda and cinema fourth appellate court district justice Marshall slow who chairs the pre trial reforming operations work group said the move is far from perfect but will lead to a more equitable criminal justice system and now we will move forward with the central focus that is combined analysis of fairness to the individual and equally safety to the public Chief Justice Tani contel sucker you a says more money will be coming from the state legislature and now it's part of the budget act of two thousand nineteen twenty the legislature in fact allocated the seventy five million dollars to the council to fund the implementation operation and evaluation of these programs Californians will get to vote on an initiative on the November ballot that could abolish the for profit bail system altogether solitary KCBS heads up if you've got somebody flying in from Hong Kong today Hong Kong International Airport one of the busiest travel hubs in the world currently shut down to departing flights as thousands of pro democracy protesters descend upon the airport paralyzing operations hundreds of flights have been grounded been demonstrations at the airport all weekend but today's protest was sparked by allegations of unnecessary police violence yesterday so again no flights departing Hong Kong International Airport right now KCBS.

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"paso texas" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"That el Paso Texas Walmart nine shot and killed in Dayton one week later president trump talking gun control he's out of Washington Congress is out of town but the president says that he believes he's confident that once they all returned to DC they'll be able to do something on expanding background checks president says even for skeptics he thinking he thinks he can mostly get them on board fox's Richardson reporting Democrats say they've heard that talk from the president before controversy surrounding the death of convicted pedophile island sex trafficker Jeffrey apps team found dead inside his jail cell on Saturday right and worked as an attorney for Virginia coppery she's one of the one of the victims here one of the people accused of stealing and in that statement except the fact that Jeffrey yes he would be able to commit the selfish act of taking his own life as his world abuse exploitation corruption unravel is both unfortunate to protect all the victims deserve to see ads being held accountable and he owed it to everyone he her to accept responsibility for all the pain he Kazakhs is Brian Yenice among those demanding answers Attorney General William Barr the personal side of the president in the paper he is often at odds with president trump told The Washington Post at seeing his brother Fred trump junior deal with his alcoholism has shaped his perspective as his administration attempts to take on addictions Fred died of a heart attack at the age of forty two but throughout his adult life spent time in the hospital having had part of his stomach removed that experience the president said has influenced not only president trump's goals for his administration but also his personal lifestyle the president does not drink alcohol saying he fears he may be genetically susceptible to addiction at the White House John decker fox news this.

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"paso texas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"El Paso Texas the most recent U. S. cities marred by mass shootings plans to meet with victims and community leaders in Ohio this morning leaving on to the Lone Star state this afternoon people in el Paso first live on this front visit someone here from the president of the city soon I cannot say that it will actually make the majority of all past ones feel better right now I think we all need each other he's the leader of his of this nation so he has to send example whether he wants to offer his condolences or prayers I mean that's his job as the leader of the free world in the White House says Mr trump plans free victims and thought about how to prevent future mass shooting SpongeBob Constantine reports will likely need some resistance there are expected to be protests in the el Paso area for what democratic leaders say is the president's flammable rhetoric including how he called migrants trying to get into the US for asylum purposes an invasion at a rally in el Paso in February White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley insisting no one should blame Mr trump there are plenty of of people in this country to commit acts of evil in the name of politicians of celebrities it's not the politicians fault when someone acts out their evil intentions the alleged Texas gunman's manifesto according to police suggests he harbored ill will toward Hispanics even before president trump took office democratic Texas representative Veronica Escobar declined an invitation to be the president now that as well flooding which he calls the words next thank you Mary allow boom the other night rattled people in Chester County live near the mariner east pipeline here's K. Y. W's in a minute energy transfer says routine maintenance run eight o'clock Monday night led to a back fire as they were re lighting a flare at the booth station here in west Goshen and when that happened people who live close by certainly felt that the house shook more than just an instant impact it was shaking for several seconds I thought my chandelier fell down I couldn't get one it was such a loud bang energy transfer compares the loud noise to a car backfiring the Lilly Middlebrook who felt the boom and is a lawyer who represented concerned residents during the pipeline process isn't buying it that had to be the biggest car I've ever seen in the universe to because the back part of that big to shake everybody's home no reports of anyone getting hurt but residents are worried about what might happen next Chester County DA Tom Hogan says his office is looking into the incident as part of the overall investigation into the pipeline in west Goshen Tim Jimenez Kay wonderful you news radio the one in the sports David good morning sports is sponsored by septa public transportation helps writers avoid the stress from daily.

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"paso texas" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"That the visit of Paso Texas and Dayton Ohio tomorrow following the mass shootings in both areas the president may not be getting a warm welcome many residents are angry that the president refuses to directly address the issue of gun violence in the U. S. to the NYPD said their counterterrorism teams are always ready to go in the event of a mass shooting in our area commissioner James o'neill made the comment during a briefing today assuring new Yorkers they are in good hands and three along island man gets twenty seven years in prison for killing five people in a car crash last Valentine's day Sofia hall has the story for Jamelle Turner was sentenced to twenty seven years in prison he tried to withdraw his plea deal the judge would not hear of it calling the twenty five year old a lawyer who was not remorseful who caused five people to burn to death in a fiery car crash in bridge on Valentine's day twenty eighteen ever Suffolk County DA Tim scene eight on the day of this tragedy occurred Turner was driving a stolen two thousand eighteen Camaro SS a car known for being extremely fast which she had stolen for the specific purpose of fooling the police what he called getting busy on the boards Feeney says after Turner stole that Camaro who began going one hundred fifty four miles per hour the speed at seven thirty seven takes off Turner was also driving hi am marijuana so high that the medical examiner said it was the second highest level of marijuana that they've ever seen in a living specimen SO P. all the B. C. B. S. news radio eight eighty a new lawsuit filed against the Boy Scouts of America alleges hundreds of boys were sexually abused by scout leaders some cases day back eighty years attorney Tim because not says the accounts are pretty extensive this is quantitatively and qualitatively much different than anything that's ever been seen before nobody has ever come forward and said we can identify three hundred and fifty hidden predators in America police officers priests and even a city mayor were among those named as abusers with and the boy scout organization that we see as you said it's nine forty eight traffic.

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"paso texas" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on WJR 760

"Visit el Paso Texas Wednesday days after a gunman opened fire at a local Walmart they're killing twenty two people this despite a controversy earlier this year click novel report el Paso mayor de Margo didn't meet with president trump during his last trip to Paso earlier this year for a political rally but the mayor says this is different because it's not a political visit that this is the office of the mayor of el Paso in an official capacity welcoming the office of the president of the United States which I consider this my formal duty he says the focus of the trip will be resource is the city needs and the lives lost in the massacre nothing else quite Nevil el Paso well as the deadly mass shootings devastated communities in Texas and Ohio Chicago experienced yet another bloody weekend suffering a level of violence some say is now routine in the city seven people were killed forty six wounded including to multiple shootings on the west side well US officials label China a currency manipulator afterwards after the develop your Asian of its money sent stock prices tumbling Monday at the end of the trading day the Dow Jones industrial average was down seven hundred and sixty seven points that was an improvement from earlier in the day when it was down nine hundred and sixty one points the two point nine percent loss in value was matched by a nearly three percent decline in the S. and P. five hundred and almost a three and a half percent drop in the nasdaq the fall in prices came as Beijing allowed the value of its currency to fall below the symbolic point seven you one to one US dollar major US corporations like Boeing caterpillar and apple saw their stock prices drop significantly Steve casting about New York officials at London's Heathrow airport so plans labor strike was suspended union agreed to percent of pay offer.

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"paso texas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Live from el Paso Texas Clayton good evening Jim good evening and a tele still the latest there well tell you what today was a very emotional day for a lot of people in el Paso a lot of information learned today not everything that people are wanting to know is been released at this point but we do have more information from authorities as well the identities of all of the victims was released several hours ago to we're learning that there were victims from three different countries ranging in age from fifteen to ninety years old so all the way for my teenagers to adults to the elderly they're even babies that were injured in the shooting as well the the circumstances surrounding the shootings are sure that there's a much just second guessing looking back in in retrospect did appear that there was anything that could have been done to have prevented this at the scene well you know the interesting thing about this is it was such a crowded seen that I don't think there was they were anywhere between fifteen hundred and three thousand people in or around that Walmart when the shooting took place this is the tenth most popular Walmart in the United States in that's from a sales standpoint not popularity this is the tenth busiest Walmart in the United States of America in a lot of that has to do with its geographic location being here in el Paso it is we see from these horrible numbers in these identities that are released there are a lot of people from Mexico who come over to el Paso to do their shopping that's exactly what we saw on this Saturday there were seven at least seven Mexican nationals killed and three others hurt in the shooting the situation with the thirty one day and I know that that is an increase either others wounded who are considered in danger of of of of dying I'm not sure how how seriously wounded are those who were were not killed on the scene yeah so going into today there were twenty people that had been killed in the el Paso shooting to more people tragically passed away early this morning making at number twenty two and then you get to thirty one from the nine in Dayton so we did have an increased today with that death toll in el Paso going from twenty to twenty two there are fifteen people still hospitalized two of those are critical in as we learn today you just never know and so there's people here in el Paso praying there people sending out their thoughts there is a memorial that when I went out to the scene this morning it wasn't small but it was decent sized now it stretches me almost an entire block with candles with flowers it's it'd been a site where people are coming throughout the day today to express their to express their emotions and be with one another what more do we know about the shooter well we learned a little bit more about him today we know that he drove just over six hundred miles and it took him anywhere between eleven and twelve hours this is according to a Paso police to get from the Dallas area to el Paso you know a lot of people think it Dallas and Paso Texas so it's got to be somewhat close actually passes closer to Los Angeles than it is to Dallas and so that also has a lot to do with how our stories are investigating this Y. el Paso this manifesto that is linked to the shooter talked about Hispanic invasion it had a hateful language towards Hispanics and so it's believed that he may have came here to el Paso for that reason a city with more than eighty percent of its population Hispanic so we're learning that he traveled all the way here in twelve hours when he got here police say he was lost in a neighborhood ended up at the Walmart where you wanted to get something to eat police say he did eat inside that Walmart just moments before he opened fire all right thank you very much played level reporting live from el Paso Texas and now Westwood One news correspondent Jerry bowed lander live from Dayton Ohio the scene of the other week and shooting a good evening Gerry good evening things here are you know there are a lot of question marks police still have not yet determined a motive for the shooting here and they really are perplexed about the death of the shooters sister she was one of the nine who was killed and there are questions about whether or not he targeted her or not and those are questions they hope to have answers to from the person who was with Mr bats and his sister when they arrived at the entertainment district before they separated so that those are two threads of the investigations that are ongoing the the circumstances there the the presence of the sister and I believe her her boyfriend does seem certainly far from from even potentially coincidental are we at all sure of the motive involved in Dayton no we know that Conor bets his sister and this other gentleman went to the entertainment district together and then they separated now we don't really have a time line after that we do know that Connor bats killed a person or shot you know shot and killed a person in an alley way then turned on to the busy street and started firing the police chief here says it's hard to believe that he would shoot his sister but you know how would he not know that it's a sister could you take her out of a crowd since you know it was one o'clock in the morning was she targeted we just don't know and the question is can the man who was wounded in this incident give police some information when they separated were they angry was there an incident that might have prompted him to stalk off and go get a weapon we just don't know the police do say that they do not think that that's a sister and this man who was with her new about the weapons that were in the car alright Doug thank you very much that is Westwood One course monetary board letter reporting live again from Dayton Ohio preceded by Clayton devil Westwood One news correspondent in el Paso Texas will come back we'll talk some more about these twin weekend tragedies Sam to continue our discussion at one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six back on the Jim Bohannon show in just a moment.

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"paso texas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Skills in el Paso Texas in Dayton Ohio die in vain that's a quote from president trump this morning the president tweeted Republicans and Democrats must come together and get strong background checks perhaps marrying this legislation with desperately needed immigration reform we must have something good if not great a lot of these two tragic events and the president will speak about the shootings this morning at ten o'clock the Y. W. of course will have or this remarks live nine people were shot and killed in Dayton Ohio over the weekend corresponded dean Reynolds reports police killed the gunman thirty seconds after it all started it was just after one o'clock in the morning when people began to scatter on east fifth street fleeing another young man with murder on is mine I've never heard something sense want our life it was terrifying the shooter has been identified as twenty four year old Connor bets of nearby bell broke Ohio police is searching for a motive in that shooting one of the victims was the gunman sister now in el Paso Texas federal and local authorities are investigating the attack as an act of domestic terrorism how responded David bag no is at the Walmart where that half a tortoise here in el Paso wasted no time charging the alleged gunman twenty one year old Patrick crucis with capital murder we will seek the death penalty the loss of life is so great we certainly have never seen this in our community officials tell us that crucial's can be seen in surveillance photos entering the Walmart near the Mexican border and taking.

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"paso texas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"That meanwhile in el Paso Texas prosecutors say they will pursue a capital punishment case against accused mass shooter Patrick cautious district attorney high me as far as I can tell you from the outset the charge the state charges capital murder and so he is eligible for the death penalty we will seek the death penalty twenty people were killed in yesterday's attack at an el Paso Walmart investigators are looking in what's being called a manifesto supposedly written and posted by the gunman shortly before the attack the all too familiar debates have surfaced again after the lady shootings in Texas and Ohio democratic senator Sherrod brown of Ohio telling major Garrett on CBS's face the nation it more gun legislation is needed we know that background checks works we know that that a ban on assault weapons worked it was bipartisan expired and we haven't renewed if those are the first two things we should do it in that sense it he could finally put the country on the right path one gun violence a White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney telling ABC's this week it's a bigger problem you have to try and fix the society right you have to figure out why people now take it upon themselves to take guns into large groups of people women's overseas high level meetings today in Australia with U. S. officials including secretary of state Mike Pompeii ale on pale commented on U. S. and Australian interests in the Persian Gulf War tensions with Iran are a lot of story will partner with us and some of the most pressing foreign policy challenges of our time like efforts to stabilize keep Afghanistan free of care and confront the Islamic Republic around unprovoked attacks on international shipping in the strait of our moves meanwhile Iranian media say the revolutionary guard is used an oil tanker carrying seven hundred thousand litres of smuggled fuel in the Persian Gulf the semi official Fars news agency says seven crew members were detained when the ship was sees late on Wednesday that report did not provide details on the vessel or the nationality of the crew.

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"paso texas" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In el Paso Texas say they will seek the death penalty for Patrick crucis the suspect in yesterday's deadly attack at a Walmart twenty people were killed more than two dozen others were injured this is U. S. attorney John bash treating it as a domestic terrorism case and we're gonna do what we do terrorists in this country which is deliver swift and certain justice CBS Steve Futterman sin el Paso without giving specific details law enforcement officials here made it clear the twenty one year old suspect is cooperating with investigators police chief Greg Allen yeah see real slow forthcoming with information he basically didn't hold anything back particular questions were asked and you responded and all the way you need to react as far as state crimes the suspect is now being charged with capital murder the district attorney said we will seek the death penalty and the bodies of the twenty victims inside the Walmart are now beginning to be removed Steve Futterman CBS news at police headquarters in el Paso meanwhile in Daytona curtains we have a night match on that all the blood shed and everything western Ohio city now coming to grips with a mass shooting there early this morning outside of a nightclub nine people died twenty seven others were wounded the gunman identified as twenty four year old Connor bats was killed by police this is lieutenant colonel mac Carper I can tell you within within seconds less than that a minute the officers who were already patrolling that area fired on the on the shooter police have not released a motive for that shooting events has become the norm after such incidents political finger pointing is begun over who and what is to blame for the special things democratic presidential candidate to judge on CBS's face the nation this administration actually cut funding for homeland security programs on countering violent extremism and has as far as I can tell not produced any kind of national strategy on far right terrorism but White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney says you can't blame the president for the actions of the el Paso shooter this is a sick person you can go and read the things that the person wrote by the way now available to the world on social media making the person famous by the way if you do read that what you say he's felt this way for a long time from even before president trump got elected Mulvaney speaking on NBC's meet the press in Iran media there say the revolutionary guard is sees another oil tanker in the Persian Gulf no details yet on the vessel or the nationality of the crew and in Hong Kong.

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"paso texas" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"paso texas" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Paso Texas he still Paso and Walmart at the cielo Vista mall the scene I've just a horrific shooting rampage by a police say one of twenty one year old young man who witnesses say had a K. forty seven in his position sort of firing near the entrance of Walmart and then moved inside of the store we do not at this point have an official count on deaths we do know that there are more than a dozen people injured and I believe twenty four were rushed to the hospital where one died that's right the update from two of the medical centers in that area this is about an hour ago the del sol Medical Center had eleven victims nine critical but stable to stable ages from the victims thirty five to eighty two at the university Medical Center of el Paso they had thirteen victims that they received one died from their injuries and the age ranges there are two to senior and one police gave an update just about a half an hour ago it was shocking when you heard rob police say that at that time on a Saturday morning a sunny Saturday in el Paso you had between one and three thousand people inside the Walmart one hundred employees people are doing their back to school shopping there shopping for the week says it's heartbreaking yeah let me the store probably about as busy as that Walmart gets and that might have been intentionally the reason that the shooter showed up at that time had may have been completely on purpose we also know police said that the suspect was taken into custody without incident no law enforcement officials fired their weapons so that is the very latest from police and I'll Paso Texas and we will continue to follow this for you we now go to John Scott and the fox report.

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"paso texas" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"paso texas" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The new yorker he's in paso texas where he spent the past couple of weeks reporting on the crisis at the border he's interviewed parents in detention who were separated from their children after crossing the border illegally some of these parents don't even know where their children are being held listener has also been writing about the trump administration's confusing and shifting immigration policies the lack of coordination between the different departments enforcing those policies and the chaos this created jonathan blitzer welcome back to fresh air let's start with the new ruling by a federal judge in california stopping the trump administration from separating children from their parents at the border and ordering that all families already separated be reunited within thirty days tell us what you think are the most important aspects of that decision i think the decision sends an obviously important message of criticism of the government's policy the family separation policy zero zerotolerance policy which gave rise to to the family separations at the border the thing that strikes me and that i think strikes anyone else out in the field the moment is that it's entirely unclear whether or not the government can comply with this order so for the for the judge to say we want the government to be able to reunite families within thirty days and to give these specific timeframes for the government to do this would basically presuppose that the government knows where all of these separated children are would have the means to connect these children with their pal it's and i actually don't think any of that is clear i think the government is pretty illequipped right now to affects you wait these reunifications and so it really remains to be seen whether or not the terms of this federal order this judge's order can actually be met an executed by the government itself ahead of health and human services alex as our told senators on tuesday that he could find any child separated from their migrant parents quote within seconds he said there is no reason why any parent would not know where their child is located he said that within key strokes within seconds he could find any child is up in your experience like talking with people who have crossed the border illegally and want to know where their children are in want to be able to talk with them that's definitely not been my experience as far as i can tell that is simply wrong for a number of reasons i mean for one thing you talk to parents who are in detention who have been in detention in some cases for more than just several weeks but in fact for a few months who have had no contact were extremely limited contact with their children so anecdotally that is what the secretary says is wrong but but also the fact it's a little bit misleading even how he's framed that because basically what happened is this you have parents who have been handled through a separate kind of branch of the federal bureaucracy you have parents who were first charged with a crime who were held in the custody of us marshals pending a determination of whether or not they were guilty of that crime of crossing the border illegally then when they're done with that process they go into immigration detention where they're held oftentimes indefinitely while they wait for an asylum claim to be heard that's there in one there's sort of siphoned off to one side of the federal bureaucracy their kids aren't an entire fairly different area their kids are under the care of the department of health and human services and so there isn't any coordination between those two different branches of government so for the secretary of the department of health and human services to say okay well we know where every kid is doesn't really give us any of the meaningful information that parents are asking about which is okay how do i connect my case to the case of my kid the government has all of these kids in its custody but the parents are completely disconnected from them and the secretary of the department of health and human services doesn't have any truck with the agencies involved in detaining the parents of these kids so if the agency has got together and said let's coordinate with they have the means to do it i think whether or not the government can actually re reunify families boils down to a question of political will i think if the government were seriously interested in reuniting parents and kids it could probably bring that about one of the problems.

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"paso texas" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"paso texas" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

"Our last young performer of the day is his 17yearold clarinetist from el paso texas jonathan lopez will play the forget her from the five bagatelles by gerald finns e we heard the few guetta from gerald since he's a five bagatelles perform for us by 17yearold clarinetist jonathan lopez from el paso texas jonathan is a jack kent cooke young artist such a wonderful piece never had on the show from a big gerald finns e fan nice british upright stuff varying joyful in you just played brilliantly funds congratulations incidently on being a cook young artists but congratulations are also in order for something you're doing this summer where you'll be in the same win section as organ mobilised elias o b excited the re in the national youth orchestra of the united states so that'll be great so i'm sure you're looking forward to that tour i guess you guys are going to south america is we're going to colombia ecuador and mexico brilliant but also like elias you're going to miss your tightknit family in el paso your family does all these wonderful things together i tell her audience about your christmas eve tradition or three years ago on my parents decided that we weren't gonna buy christmas gifts which we were kind of said about at any kid would but it was for a good reason we were going to use that money to buy food and prepare food for homeless people on christmas eve.

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