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"richard kudo" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Is Ted n welcome to the podcast episode. Forty one now. Today we have cinematographer Richard Kudo ASC SC in studio talking to us about how not only got a start in the industry but eventually worked his way up to being the president of the talks about discovering his love for film in College. And the humbled as as an assistant camera in New York taking lighting notes on the back of slates. Don't forget on our youtube channel. We've also got video with Richard explaining the hidden threat of infrared lighting filmmaking king which is a serious problem so make sure you check that out after this upset but Kyrie everybody episode. Forty one of the podcast. Let's do this. Yeah Richard Very well. Well thank you. Good to see you coming in Basically.

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"richard kudo" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Is Ted n welcome to the podcast episode. Forty one now. Today we have cinematographer Richard Kudo ASC SC in studio talking to us about how not only got a start in the industry but eventually worked his way up to being the president of the talks about discovering his love for film in College. And the humbled as as an assistant camera in New York taking lighting notes on the back of slates. Don't forget on our youtube channel. We've also got video with Richard explaining the hidden threat of infrared lighting filmmaking king which is a serious problem so make sure you check that out after this upset but Kyrie everybody episode. Forty one of the podcast. Let's do this. Yeah Richard Very well. Well thank you. Good to see you coming in Basically.

Richard Kudo ASC SC youtube president New York
"richard kudo" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Is Ted n welcome to the podcast episode. Forty one now. Today we have cinematographer Richard Kudo ASC SC in studio talking to us about how not only got a start in the industry but eventually worked his way up to being the president of the talks about discovering his love for film in College. And the humbled as as an assistant camera in New York taking lighting notes on the back of slates. Don't forget on our youtube channel. We've also got video with Richard explaining the hidden threat of infrared lighting filmmaking king which is a serious problem so make sure you check that out after this upset but Kyrie everybody episode. Forty one of the podcast. Let's do this. Yeah Richard Very well. Well thank you. Good to see you coming in Basically.

Richard Kudo ASC SC youtube president New York
"richard kudo" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Is Ted n welcome to the podcast episode. Forty one now. Today we have cinematographer Richard Kudo ASC SC in studio talking to us about how not only got a start in the industry but eventually worked his way up to being the president of the talks about discovering his love for film in College. And the humbled as as an assistant camera in New York taking lighting notes on the back of slates. Don't forget on our youtube channel. We've also got video with Richard explaining the hidden threat of infrared lighting filmmaking king which is a serious problem so make sure you check that out after this upset but Kyrie everybody episode. Forty one of the podcast. Let's do this. Yeah Richard Very well. Well thank you. Good to see you coming in Basically.

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"richard kudo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"As I said, Lightfoot, or Lightfoot, Laurie life. Gordon Lightfoot coming up for tickets to the Gordon Lightfoot concert. This can't be hard. Well, we'll see what we okay? And also, by the way, apparently, recovering all the religions Christians will be covered here. Just moments Tom. We'll be good talking about the block party before any of that, here, the sounds of the top five at five. From the row count show without a devante. Sweet day afternoon. Seven twenty WGN Chicago smart, speaker users, say, play WGN radio. Tune in Mark Davis next couple of weeks is Dave is in Italy on vacation trip with listeners and Dave also has a job after nine where he waves to our field. So any of the cameras, Mark just give them a good friendly way. Everybody actually, that's a light Mark cameras. There's another one, right here, like at your house. Are you? So how everybody on crtv. And thanks as always new. Sponsored by apt electron. Steve, steve. Thanks. Good morning, everyone. It's sixty degrees. Some fog and mist in Chicago this morning. Federal agents, raided the ward office of another Chicago alderman yesterday. It happened at thirty fourth ward alderman, Carrie Austin office at west one hundred eleven street. It's unknown what the agents were looking for. No charges have been filed Austin is not accused of any wrongdoing. Although the sun times is reporting, the action is part of an ongoing political corruption investigation of Chicago alderman earlier this year alderman, Ed Burke, who was the only alderman with more seniority than Austin was indicted, in a political corruption racketeering case to more, Illinois. Democratic members of congress have decided it's time to impeach President Trump Jan Schakowsky and Sean casted have joined a growing list of lawmakers, calling for the impeachment Schakowsky, laid out her case in a video. She posted to Twitter from beginning to end. The report. Essay was my vacation reading, and it is so Lear the many, many examples of the president obstructing Justice Schakowsky joined sixty other lawmakers in the house, calling for an impeachment inquiry cast in is notable, because he was elected in a congressional district that flipped to democratic in twenty eighteen a witness says an undercover activist at fair oaks farms in Indiana told farmworkers to abuse animals in order to get footage for his investigation. The Newton county, Indiana state's attorney will reportedly look into that claim and official with animal recovery mission calls. The claim laughable and absurd armed founder Richard Kudo says there's no way that arms investigator could have convinced experienced farm workers to abuse animals on his first day posing as an entry level employee who also questioned by the prosecutor sharing information with the public about an ongoing investigation trucks, driving down, Illinois, highways may have. More than just cargo, they might be carrying an Illinois state trooper looking for distracted drivers program called trooper in a truck is a partnership between the state police and the trucker association. ISP Major Robert meter says troopers ride along with truck drivers looking for motorists who are texting or otherwise not paying attention. It's.

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"richard kudo" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on KTOK

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"richard kudo" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on KTOK

"On the weekend edition, we will bring you some of the best from the week. There's a huge animal cruelty controversy that is striking the largest dairy producer in Indiana. And one of the largest in the country video released by a group called animal recovery mission, also known as arm showed cases of abuse, and cruelty in the treatment of Cavs at fair oaks farms, I saw the video myself. It is really horrible. There's caretakers punching and kicking calves they're stepping on them. There's one part of the video, where one is being beaten with a steel rebar. It's pretty horrible stuff. There's also drug used by some of the employees that it was also caught on camera. I won't side of the issue is Richard Kudo, founder of arm who's been called the Batman of animal cruelty, and on the other side is Mike McCloskey, who was the founder of fair oaks farms who runs the fair oaks dairy adventure, which someday have called the Disneyland of agricultural tourism. We spoke to Sarah Bowman. She's an environmental reporter at the Indianapolis star and she joins us to break down how this all got started started to this group. Arm that you mentioned, the founder of that group gentleman named Richard Kudo, it's been around since two thousand ten and they do a lot of this type of work where they will investigate, whether it's a dairy operation like this, and other type of farm, they've looked at a lot of illegal horse slaughter houses, and that sorta stuff. But the founder heard about the dairy adventure at fair oaks farms, which is almost kind of like a little bit of a theme park experience. They say you know, you're getting behind the scenes look at kind of operation there and what happened. And so he heard about this and said that he ticket on up here to check it out. And he said that he was going through it his knowledge of how these things work. He felt that the tour wasn't being completely transparent or honest in its depiction of what's going on. And so they decided right, then that they wanted to take a deeper look into what was going on here at fair oaks, and so they decided to put one of their undercover. Investigators on it and had him go out for some job. Interviews that investigator got hired as a calf caretaker at one of the pharaoh farm locations and that led to the video that was released. They did an investigation from August to November twenty eight t and, and, and that was said today took over one hundred hours of footage and that time, documented a lot of the actions they were describing in terms of the abuse to the Cavs some drug abuse problems and just some various other things that, you know, that were going on Farrow, and that was part of what was so shocking that undercover investigator, worked at the fair oaks, arm there from August to November of two thousand eighteen. So it was just three months. He was able to get all of this abuse on tape. Those other employees that were doing drugs and stuff. I mean, we're comfortable enough around that guy within the three month time span to be doing those things. I mean, that's pretty shocking. What has the founder of fair oaks farm said about this because he released the video, he said that he acknowledged it? I think some people in question that were in that video have been fired now. But how are they responding to this is kind of interesting that only being those remarks and all that it seems that this investigator managed to record the founder Mike McCloskey came out right away? And he acknowledged that there was animal cruelty and abuse in the videos. I mean, he did not try and deny it or say that this wasn't their farm or anything like that. He said that it was these five individuals for employees and one was a third party truck driver that were the main ones in the video, and they were the ones responsible for these actions. And so he said that the truck driver is no longer allowed on their property. Three of the fair oaks workers had already been fired for what McCloskey said was some issues with thought they were treating animals the fourth person had not yet been fired, but was fired on Tuesday, the day that the video was. Released he has since put out another video statement saying that it was just contained to these individuals, but they're going to really make sure that their training system is working, and they're going to install camera monitors around their property to make sure that this sort of treatment does not happen again, but it is interesting because a lot of people are asking the question of, you know, is it really contained to these individuals, or is it more of a systemic problem? And you know, that's something that I, I don't think is no yet what has been some of the fallout from this now because I know there's some grocery store chains that have stopped carrying some of their products. Fair life is a brand of milk. That's done in conjunction with the Coca Cola company. It's a low fat, high protein milk. So some grocery store chains have said that they are not going to.

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"richard kudo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Era. They will investigate whether it's a dairy operation like this. And other type of farm, they've looked at a lot of illegal horse slaughter houses, and that sort of stuff. But the founder heard about the dairy adventure at fair oaks farms, which is almost kind of like a little bit theme park experience. They say you know, you're getting behind the scenes look at kind of operation there and what happened. And so he heard about this, and, you know, said that he booked, a ticket on up here to check it out. And he said that he was going through it with his knowledge of how these things work. He felt that the tour wasn't being completely transparent or honest in its depiction of what's going on. And so they decided right, then that they wanted to take a deeper look into what was going on here at fair oaks, and so they decided to put one of their undercover. Investigators on it and had him go out for some job, interviews, and investigator got hired as a calf caretaker. One of the fair oaks farm locations. And led to the video that was released. They did an investigation from August to November twenty AT and, and, and that was said that they took over one hundred hours of footage. And in that time, documented a lot of the actions, they were describing in terms of both the abuse to the Cavs drug abuse problems and just some various other things that you know, that were going on Faeroese. And that was part of what was so shocking that undercover investigator worked at the fair oaks farm, there from August to November of two thousand eighteen. So it was just three months. He was able to get all of this abuse on tape. Those other employees that were doing drugs and stuff. I mean, we're comfortable enough around that guy within the three month time span to be doing those things. I mean, that's pretty shocking. What is the founder of fair oaks farm said about this because he released the video, he said that he acknowledged it? I think some people in question that were in that video have been fired now. But how are they responding to this is kind of interesting? That only being there's remorse and all that it seems that this investigator manage to record the founder Mike McCloskey came out right away. And he acknowledged that there was animal cruelty and abuse in the videos. I mean, he did not try and deny it or say that this wasn't their farm or anything like that. He said that it was these five individuals for employees and one was a third party truck driver that were the main ones in the video, and they were the ones responsible for these actions. And so he said that the truck drivers no longer allowed on their property. Three of the fair oaks workers had already been fired for what Makovsky said was some issues with how they were treating the animals. The fourth person had not yet been fired, but was fired on Tuesday, the day that the video was released. He has since put out another video statement saying that. It was just contained to these individuals. But they're going to really make sure that their training system is working, and they're going to install camera monitors around their property to make sure that this sort of treatment does not happen again, but it is interesting. You know, 'cause a lot of people are asking the question of, you know, is it really contained to these individuals, or is it more of a systemic problem? And you know, that's something that I don't think is known yet. What has been some of the fallout from this now because I know there's some grocery store chains that have stopped carrying some of their products. Fair life is a brand of milk. That's done in conjunction with the Coca Cola company. It's a low fat, high protein milk. So some grocery store chains have said that they are not going to be selling those products anymore. So Alaska, one chain, and they've got something around one hundred eighty five stores mostly in Illinois some in northern Indiana. You know, they've said there they were removing the milk from there. Shelves. Some other stores, haven't necessarily, you know, put statements out or anything like that, but even to myself in my grocery shopping of notice that the fair life milk has not been there. Coca-cola the company that fair oaks has this deal with four fair life right now. They said that they feel confident in the way that fair oaks is responding and actions and stuff that they're taking and they're continuing to offer their support and help in any way. But you know, as right now, they seem to have plans to stay in that partnership that joint venture feedback that we've been seeing and hearing on social media has been really interesting, 'cause there's been a lot of people who are saying that they will never drink fair life again. And that they are really upset. I think that this is happening because they always thought that pharaoh farm, treated their animals so well, but then we are also hearing from a lot of people that are saying, hey, it was these four people, they're owning up to. They're handling it and I still support them. I'm still going to buy their products. I'm still gonna go visit their farm and eat at their restaurant. And, you know, do the dairy adventure. So we're really in terms of public opinion. We're hearing strong opinions. I should say from both sides. So I mean it will obviously this investigation plays out be interesting to see what happens there. But it will be interesting to see kind of how this also fair is in the court of public opinion, about the two men behind the faces of both sides of this one side. We have Richard Kudo, who's been described as a yuppie Rambo or the Batman of animal cruelty. And on the other side, we have Mike McCloskey, who's the founder of fair oaks farms, they set up their Gary adventure there. It's kind of the Disneyland for agriculture terrorism. There's a hotel, there's a gift store there. He's been at the White House to meet with President Donald Trump. He's got a lot of political connections. Toews briefly about each guy. It was interesting kind of take a look at these characters or the may. Folks behind this. So, yes, you have Richard kudos, the founder of armor, animal covering mission. He founded that in two thousand ten down in Florida in the Miami area for him. He had been volunteering at a local SPCA down there, and he just was seeing some of these things go on especially down in Florida. They apparently have a problem with illegal horse slaughter houses and trading horsemeat on the black market. And so he started to learn more about this through its volunteering and he just kind of felt that enough wasn't being done. And he, he was a real estate developer. You know that was his job. And so during the evenings though he started to go out on these missions and surveillance, and that sort of thing, and I mean, no training completely self taught is what he's told me. And he decided that was what he wanted to do. You know, he's has always had a love and respect for animals. And so he just jumped into that full-time over these last, you know, almost ten years they continue to do these investigations. Into these slaughter houses into legal animal fighting, you know, in the last few years, they started looking into factory farm perations in these sorts of things. And then on the other side, you have Mike McCloskey, who was born in Pennsylvania grew up in Puerto Rico, and trained and was a veterinarian and his wife match. And they decided they wanted to start a dairy farm and before they were down in the south west, and they had a cooperative down there. And he's always been somebody's view as an ideas man, I guess, someone is really innovative and pushing boundaries. And so he had come up with this, you way of processing, the milk and a lot of others in his cooperative, more really on board with doing that as well, because it was a bit more, you know, time and labor intensive. And so he left and started his own op which was select milk producers and wound his way up in Indiana. And then has since. Obviously out of that has fair oaks, farms and fair life. And it's just grown to be this really, really large powerful farmers here in Indiana and across the US, of course. And in our reporting, we were able to find some of his connections, that comes with that a lot of contributions, he's given over the years to different political figures. He was on an advisory committee agricultural, advisory committee for Trump administration during that transition. He's been to the White House. He's gone personal shout from Indiana's governor and this year state of the state. So I mean certainly is a figure who's very prominent and well known in India and across the US Huda for doing great work, and he's getting praised from cops for his investigations. And then criticism also this brand vigilante is, you know, undermined the ability for cops to prosecute animal abusers, and for McCloskey growing up as a veterinarian and know he has this image of an animal lover to have. This happen at some of his properties. It doesn't sound right. But who knows all these things don't really mix. Let's just get into the final part of this what we've gone out of this investigation, so far we've have three people who face criminal charges, but they're just misdemeanors. And that's all we have so far, and that just something that's come out out and really been developing in the last few hours that's already announced that three people are facing criminal charges in connection with the cruelty that the video and investigation showed at fair oaks. They've not identified those suspects are, and I don't even know at this point, if they've really, you know, made it clear that it is the people who were in the video, though. Of course, you know, that people will soom that's where we are right now. And whether or not there is a larger investigation into the practices going on at fair oaks. I know there's been discussion of independent auditor coming into, you know, look at the practices there and I know that arm has also said that they have additional information that they plan to. To release it some point knows no kind of set schedule for that. But I mean I saw certainly don't think that the situation and in this case with zero is by any means complete, but yeah, it'll be interesting to see where it goes. Server bowman. Environmental reporter at the Indianapolis star. Thank you very much for joining us. Of course. Thank you so much for having me. You're listening to.

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"richard kudo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:23 min | 2 years ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On the weekend, addition, we will be bringing you some of the best stories from the week. There's a huge animal cruelty controversy that is striking the largest dairy producer in Indiana. And one of the largest in the country video released by group called animal recovery mission, also known as arm showed cases of abuse and cruelty in the treatment of Cavs at fair oaks farms, I saw the video myself. It is really horrible. There's caretakers punching and kicking calves they're stepping on them. There's one part of the video, where one is being beaten with a steel rebar. It's pretty horrible stuff. There's also drug used by some of the employees that it was also caught on camera on one side of the issue is Richard Kudo, founder of arm who's been called the Batman of animal cruelty, and on the other side is Mike McCloskey, who was the founder of fair oaks farms who runs the fair oaks dairy adventure, which someday have called the Disneyland of agricultural tourism. We spoke to Sarah Bowman. She's an environmental reporter at the Indianapolis star and she joins us to break down how this all got started started to this group. Arm that you mentioned, the founder of that group gentleman named Richard Kudo description around since two thousand ten and they do a lot of this type of work clear, they will investigate, whether it's a theory operation like this, and other type of farm labor looked at a lot of illegal horse, slaughter houses, not sort of stuff, but the founder heard about the dairy adventure at fair oaks farms, which is almost kind of like a little bit of a theme park experience. They say you know, you're getting behind the scenes look at kind of operation there and what happened. And so he heard about this and said that he looked ticket on up here to catch it out. And he said that he was going through it his knowledge of how these things work. He felt that the tour wasn't being completely transparent or honest in its depiction of what's going on. And so they decided right. Then that they wanted to pick a deeper look into what was going on here at fair oaks, and so they decided to put one of their undercover. Investigators on it and had him go out for some. Job, interviews and investigator got hired as a calf caretaker, at one of the fair oaks farm locations and that led to the video that was released. They did an investigation from August to November twenty eight t and, and, and that would set the date took over one hundred hours of footage and that time documented a lot of actions that you were describing in terms of the abuse to the Cavs some drug abuse problems and just some various other things that were going on. And that was part of what was so shocking that undercover investigator worked at the fair oaks, arm there from August to November of two thousand eighteen. So it was just three months. He was able to get all of this abuse on tape. Those other employees that were doing drugs and stuff. I mean, we're comfortable enough around that guy within the three months time spent to be doing those things. I mean, that's pretty shocking. What is the founder of fair oaks farm said about this because he released the video, he said that he acknowledged? I think some people in question that were in that video have been fired now. But how are they responding to this is kind of interesting that only being there, three months in and all that it seems that this investigator managed to record the founder Mike McCloskey came out right away? And he acknowledged that, there would animal cruelty and abuse in the videos. I mean, he did not try and deny it at this wasn't their farm or anything like that. He said that it was these five individuals for employees and one was a third party truck driver that were the main ones in the video, and they were the ones responsible for these actions. And so he said that the truck driver is no longer allowed on their property. Three of the fair oaks workers had already been fired for what McCloskey said was issued as with they were treating animals. The fourth person had not yet been fired, but was fired on Tuesday the day that the video was. Released he has since put out another video statement saying that it was just contained to these individuals, but they're going to really make sure that their training system is working, and they're going to install camera monitors around their property to make sure that this sort of treatment does not happen again, but it is interesting because a lot of people are asking the question of, you know, is it really contained to these individuals, or is it more of a systemic problem? And you know, that's something that I don't think is no yet what has been some of the fallout from this now because I know there's some grocery store chains that have stopped carrying some of their products. Fair life is a brand of milk. That's done in conjunction with the Coca Cola company. It's a low fat, high protein milk. So some grocery store chains have said that they are not going to be selling those products anymore. One chain and they've got something around one hundred eighty five stores mostly in Illinois some in northern Indiana. They've said there they were removing the milk from their shelves. Some other stores, haven't necessarily, you know, put statement out or anything like that, but even to myself, and my grocery shopping of notice that the fair like milk has not been there. Coca Cola the company that pharaoh has the deal with four fair life as of right now. They said that they feel confident in the way that fair oaks is responding and actions and steps that they're taking and they're continuing to offer their support and help in any way. But you know, as right now, they seem to have plans, his stay in partnership that joint venture the feedback that we've been seeing and hearing on social media has been really interesting because there's been a lot of people who are saying that they will never drink fair life again. And that they are really upset to think that this was happening because. I always thought that Peres farm, treated their animals so well, but then we are also hearing from a lot of people that are saying, hey, it was these four people. They're owning up to it. They're handling it and I still support them. I'm still going to buy their products. I'm still going to go visit their farm and eat of their restaurant. And, you know, do the dairy adventure. So we're really in terms of public opinion. We're hearing strong opinions. I should say from both sides. So I mean it will obviously this investigation plays out be interesting to see what happens there, but it will be interesting to see kind of how this also fair is in the court of public opinion, the saga about the two men behind the faces of both sides of this one side. We have Richard Kudo, who's been described as a yuppie Rambo or the Batman of animal cruelty. And on the other side, we have Mike McCloskey, who's the founder of fair oaks farms, they set up their area adventure there. It's kind of the Disneyland for agricultural tourism. There's a hotel, there's a gift store there. He's been at the White House to meet with. President Donald Trump. He's got a lot of political connections. So tell us briefly about each guy. It wasn't interesting. Kind of take a look at these characters or the main folks behind this. So, yes, Richard kudos, the founder of armor animal covering mission. He founded that in two thousand ten down in Florida in the Miami area for him. He had been volunteering at a local SPCA down there, and he just was seeing some of these things go on especially down in Florida. They apparently have a problem with illegal horse slaughter houses and trading horsemeat on the black market. And so he started to learn more about this through its volunteering, and she just kind of felt that enough wasn't being done. And he was a real estate developer. You know that was his job. And so during his evenings though he started to go out on these missions and do surveillance, and that sort of thing I mean, no training completely self taught is what he's told me. And he decided that was what he wanted to do. You know, he has always had a love and respect. For animals. And so he just jumped into that full-time over these last, you know, almost ten years, they continue to do these investigations into these slaughter houses into illegal animal fighting, you know, in the last few years, they've started looking into factory farm operations in these sorts of things. And then on the other side, you have Mike McCloskey, who was born in Pennsylvania grew up in Puerto Rico, and trained and with a veterinarian and his wife match, and they decided they wanted to start a dairy farm and before they were down in the south west, and they had a cooperative down there. And he's always been somebody to view as an ideas man, I guess, is really innovative and pushing boundaries, and so he had come up with this, you way of processing, the milk and a lot of others in his cooperative weren't really on board with doing that as well, because it was a bit more time and labor intensive. And so he left and started his own co op, which was selected. Milk producers and wound his way up in Indiana. And then has since obviously out of that house, fair oaks farms and tear life and it's just grown to be this really, really large powerful farmers here in Indiana. And across the US, of course. And in our reporting, we were able to find some of his connections other comes with that a lot of contributions. He's given over the years to different political figures. He was on an advisory committee in agricultural, advisory committee for Trump administration during that transition. He's been to the White House. He's gotten personal. Shoutout from Indiana's governor in this year state of the state. So I mean, certainly the figure was very prominent and well known in Indiana across the US Huda for his son, doing great work, and he's getting praised from cops for his investigations. And then criticism also this brand vigilante is undermined the ability for cops to prosecute animal abusers, and for McCloskey growing up as. A veterinarian and, you know, he has this image of an animal lover to have this happen at some of his properties. It doesn't sound right. But who knows all these things don't really mix. Let's just get into the final part of this what we've gone out of this investigation, so far we've had three people who face criminal charges, but they're just misdemeanors. And that's all we have so far. Not just something that's come out out and really been developing in the last few hours adorns announced that three people are facing criminal charges in connection with the cruelty that the video and investigation showed at fair oaks. They've not identified who go suspects are. And I don't even know at this point, if they've really made it clear that it is the people who were in the video, though, of course you know, that people will soon that's where we are right now. And whether or not there is a larger investigation into practices going on at fair oaks. I know there's been discussion of an independent auditor coming into, you know, look at the practices there. And I know that arm has also. Said that they have additional information that they plan to release at some point, not no kind of set schedule for that. But I mean I saw certainly don't think that the situation and in this case, pharaoh is by any means complete, but yeah, it'll be interesting to see where it goes. Sarah Bowman environmental reporter at the Indianapolis star. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. You're listening to the daily dive beacon edition. I'm Oscar Ramirez, and we'll be right back with more Blue Cross Blue shield.

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"richard kudo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Some of the best. From the. There's a huge animal cruelty controversy that is striking the largest dairy producer in Indiana. And one of the largest in the country video released by group called animal recovery mission, also known as arm showcases of abuse and cruelty in the treatment of Cavs at fair oaks farms, I saw the video myself, it is really horrible. There's caretakers punching and kicking calves they're stepping on them. There's one part of the video, where one is being beaten with a steel rebar. It's pretty horrible stuff. There's also drug used by some of the employees that it was also caught on camera. I won't side of the issue is Richard Kudo, founder of arm who's been called the Batman of animal cruelty, and on the other side is Mike McCloskey, who is the founder of fair oaks farms who runs the fair oaks dairy adventure, which some have called the Disneyland of agricultural tourism, we spoke to Sarah Bowman. She's an environmental reporter at the Indianapolis star and she joins us to break down how this all got started started to this group, arm that you mentioned. Founder of that group gentleman named Richard Kudo groups cruising around two thousand ten and they do a lot of this type of work where they will investigate, whether it's a dairy operation like this, and other type of farm, they've looked at a lot of illegal horse slaughter houses, and that sort of stuff, but found or heard about the dairy adventure at fair oaks farms almost kind of like a little bit of theme park experience, as you know, you're getting behind the scenes look at kind of operation there and what happened. And so he heard about this and said that he booked, a ticket on up here to check it out. And he said that he was going through it his knowledge of how these things work. He felt that the tour wasn't being completely transparent or honest in its depiction of what's going on. And so they decided right. Then that they wanted to pick a deeper look into what was going on here at fair oaks, and so they decided to put one of their undercover. Investigators on it and had him go out for some job interviews and that. Investigator got hired as a calf caretaker. One of the pharaoh farm locations and that led to the video that was released. They did an investigation from August to November twenty AT and, and, and that was today, took over a hundred hours of footage and that time documented a lot of actions that you were describing in terms of the abuse to the Cavs them drug abuse problems and just some various other things that you know that were going on. Faeroese part of what was so shocking that, that undercover investigator worked at the fair oaks farm there from August to November of two thousand eighteen. So it was just three months. He was able to get all of this abuse on tape. Those other employees that we're doing drugs and stuff. I mean, we're comfortable enough around that within the three months time span to be doing those things. I mean, that's pretty shocking. What is the founder of fair oaks farm said about this because he released the video, he said that he acknowledged it? I think some people. Question that were in that video have been fired now. But how are they responding to this kind of interesting that it only being there, three months in and all that it seems that this investigator managed to record the founder Mike McCloskey came out right away? And he acknowledged that, there would animal cruelty and abuse in the videos. I mean, he did not try and deny it or say that this wasn't their farm or anything like that. He's said that it was he's five individuals for employees. And one was a third party truck driver that were the main ones in the video, and they were the ones responsible for these actions. And so he said that the truck driver is no longer allowed on their property three of the fair oaks workers had already been fired for what McCloskey said was issue with how they were treating animals the fourth person had not yet been fired, but was fired on Tuesday, the day that the video was released. He. Since put out another video statement saying that it was just contained to these individuals, but they're going to really make sure that their training system is working, and they're going to install camera monitors around their property to make sure that this sort of treatment does not happen again, but it is interesting because a lot of people are asking the question of, you know, is it really contained to these individuals, or is it more of a systemic problem? And you know, that's something that I don't think is known yet. What has been some of the fallout from this now because I know there's some grocery store chains that have stopped carrying some of their products. Fair life is a brand of milk. That's done in conjunction with the Coca Cola company. It's a low fat, high protein milk. So some grocery store chains have said that they are not going to be selling those products anymore. Alaska, one chain, and they've got something around one hundred eighty five stores mostly in Illinois some in northern Indiana. You know, they've said that they were removing the milk from their shows some other stores, haven't necessarily, you know, put Stevens out or anything like that, but even to myself in my grocery shopping notice that the share life milk has not been there. Coca-cola the company that has this deal with four fair life right now. They said that they feel confident in the way that fair oaks is responding and actions and steps that they're taking and they're continuing to offer their support and help in any way. But you know, as right now, they seem to have plans to stay in partnership that joint venture and the feedback that we've been seeing and hearing on social media has been really interesting, 'cause there's been a lot of people who are saying that they will never drink fair life again. And that they are really upset. I think that this is happening because. I always thought that Peres firm treated their animals so well, but then we are also hearing from a lot of people that are saying, hey, it was these four people. They're owning up to it. They're handling it and I still support them. I'm still going to buy their products. I'm still going to go visit their farm and eat their restaurant. And, you know, do the dairy adventure. So we're really in terms of public opinion. We're hearing strong opinions. I should say from both sides. So I mean it will obviously this investigation plays out be interesting to see what happens there. But it will be interesting to see kind of how this also fair is in the court of public opinion, about the two men behind the faces of both sides of this one side. We have Richard Kudo, who's been described as a yuppie Rambo or the Batman of animal cruelty. And on the other side, we have Mike McCloskey who's the founder of feral forms. They set up their adventure there. It's kind of the Disneyland for agricultural tourism. There's a hotel, there's a gift store there. He's been at the White House to meet with. Donald trump. He's got a lot of political connections, toes briefly about each guy. It was interesting kind of take a look at these characters, or the main folks behind this, so, yes, Richard kudos, the founder of armor animal covering mission. He's sounded that in two thousand ten down in Florida in the Miami area for him, he had been volunteering at a local SPCA down there, and he was seeing some of these things go on, especially down in Florida. They apparently have a problem with illegal horse slaughter houses and trading horsemeat on the black market. And so he started to learn more about this through volunteering, and she just kind of felt that enough wasn't being done. And he, he was a real estate developer. You know that was his job. And so during the evenings though he started to go out on these missions and do surveillance, and that sort of thing I mean, no training completely self taught is what he's told me. And he decided that was what he wanted to do. You know, he's always had a love and respect. For animals. And so he just jumped into that full-time over these last, you know, ten years, they continue to do these investigations into these slaughter houses into a legal animal fighting, you know, in the last few years, they started looking into factory farm operations in these sorts of things. And then on the other side, you have Mike McCloskey, who was born in Pennsylvania grew up in Puerto Rico, and trained and was a veterinarian and his wife match. And they decided they wanted to start a dairy farm and before they were down in the south west, and they had a cooperative down there. And he's always been someone is viewed as an ideas man, I guess, is really innovative and pushing boundaries, and so he had come up with this, you way of processing, the milk and a lot of others in his cooperative, more really on board with doing that as well, because it was a bit more time and labor intensive. And so he left and started his own co op, which was selected. Milk producers, and on his way up in Indiana. And then has since obviously out of that has fair oaks, farms and fair life. And it's just grown to be this really, really large powerful farmers here in Indiana. And across the US, of course. And you know, reporting we were able to find some of his connections as it comes with a lot of contributions. He's given over the years to different political figures. He was on an advisory committee agricultural, advisory committee for Trump administration during that transition. He's been to the White House. He's gotten personal. Shout from Indiana's governor in this year state of the state. So I mean, certainly the figure was very prominent and well known in Indiana across the US, who doing great work, and he's getting praised from cops for his investigations. And then criticism also this brand vigilante is, you know, undermine the ability for cops to prosecute animal abusers in for McClatchy growing up as. A veterinarian in, you know, he has this image of an animal lover to have this happen at some of his properties. It doesn't sound right. But who knows all these things don't really mix. Let's just get into the final part of this what we've gone out of this investigation, so far we've have three people who face criminal charges, but they're just misdemeanors. And that's all we have so far. Not just something that's come out out and really been developing in the last few hours that's already the now that three people are facing criminal charges in connection with the cruelty that the video and investigation showed at fair oaks. They've not identified those specs are. And I don't even know at this point, they've really, you know, made it clear that it is the people who were in the video, though, of course, you know, that people will soom that's where we are right now. And whether or not there is a larger investigation into the practices going on at fair oaks. I know there's been discussion of independent auditor coming into, you know, look at the practices there. And I know that arm has also. Said that they have additional information that they plan to release it some point knows no kind of set schedule for that. But I mean I, I certainly don't think that this situation and this case okay is by any means complete, but yeah, it'll be interesting to see where it goes. Server bowman. Environmental reporter at the Indianapolis star. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. You're listening to the daily dive, beacon addition, I'm Oscar Ramirez. And we'll be right back with.

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"richard kudo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Addition, we'll be bringing you some of the best stories from the week. There's a huge animal cruelty controversy that is striking the largest dairy producer in Indiana. And one of the largest in the country video released by group called animal recovery mission, also known as arm showed cases of abuse and cruelty in the treatment of Cavs at fair oaks farms, I saw the video myself. It is really horrible. There's caretakers punching and kicking calves they're stepping on them. There's one part of the video, where one is being beaten with a steel rebar. It's pretty horrible stuff. There's also drug used by some of the employees that it was also caught on camera. I want side of the issue is Richard Kudo, founder of arm who's been called the Batman of animal cruelty, and on the other side is Mike McCloskey, who was the founder of fair oaks farms who runs the fair oaks dairy adventure, which someday have called the Disneyland of agricultural tourism. We spoke to Sarah Bowman. She's an environmental reporter at the Indianapolis star, and she joins us the breakdown how this all got started started to this group. Arm that you mentioned, founder of that group gentleman named Richard Kudo around since two thousand ten and they do a lot of this type of work where they will investigate, whether it's a dairy operation like this, and other type of farm, they've looked at a lot of illegal horse slaughter houses, and that sort of stuff. But the founder heard about the dairy adventure at fair oaks farms, which is almost kind of like a little bit of theme park experience. They say you know, you're getting behind the scenes look at kind of the operation there in what happened and he heard about this and said that he ticket on up here to check it out. And he said that he was going through it with his knowledge of how these things work. She felt that the tour wasn't being completely transparent or honest in its depiction of what's going on. And so decided, right. Then that they wanted to take a deeper look into what was going on here at fair oaks, and so they decided to put one of their undercover. Investigators on it and had him go out for some. Job, interviews and investigator got hired as a calf caretaker, at one of the fair oaks farm locations and that led to the video that was released. They did an investigation from August to November twenty eight and, and, and that was said today took over one hundred hours of footage. And in that time, documented a lot of the actions, they were describing in terms of the abuse to the Cavs drug abuse problems and just to some various other things that, you know, that were going on Farrow, and that was part of what was so shocking that undercover investigator worked at the fair oaks, arm there from August to November of two thousand eighteen. So it was just three months. It was able to get all of this abuse on tape. Those other employees that were doing drugs and stuff. I mean, we're comfortable enough around that guy within the three month time span to be doing those things. I mean, that's pretty shocking. What has the founder of fair oaks farm said about this because he released the video, he said that he acknowledged? I think some people in question that were in that video have been fired now. But how are they responding to this kind of interesting that only being those remarks in and all that it seems that this investigator managed to record the founder Mike McCloskey came out right away? And he acknowledged that there was animal cruelty and abuse in the videos. I mean, he did not try and deny it say that this wasn't their farm or anything like that. He said that it was these five individuals for employees and one was a third party truck driver that were the main ones in the video, and they were the ones responsible for these actions. And so he said that the truck driver is no longer allowed on their property. Three of the fair oaks workers had already been fired for what McCloskey said was some issues with they were treating animals. The fourth person had not yet been fired, but was fired on Tuesday the day that the video was. Is released. He is since put out another video statement saying that it was just contained to these individuals. But they're going to really make sure that their training system is working, and they're going to install camera monitors around their property to make sure that this sort of treatment does not happen again, but it is interesting because a lot of people are asking the question of, you know, is it really contained to these individuals, or is it more of a systemic problem? And you know, that's something that I don't think is no yet what has been some of the fallout from this now because I know there's some grocery store chains that have stopped carrying some of their products. Fair life is a brand of milk. That's done in conjunction with the Coca Cola company. It's a low fat, high protein milk. So some grocery store chains have said that they are not going to be selling those products anymore. One chain. And they've got something around one hundred eighty five stores mostly in Illinois some in northern Indiana. You know they've said there they were removing the milk from their shelves. Some other stores, haven't necessarily, you know, put statement out or anything like that, but even to myself in my grocery shopping of notice that the fair like milk has not been there. Coca Cola company that has this deal with four fair life right now. They said that they feel confident in the way that fair oaks is responding and actions and stuff that they're taking and they're continuing to offer their support and help in any way. But you know, as right now, they seem to have plans, his stay in partnership, that joint venture feedback that we've been seeing and hearing on social media has been really interesting, 'cause there's been a lot of people who are saying that they will never drink fair life again. And that they are really upset. I think that this is happening because they all. Always thought that farm treated their animals. So, well, but then we are also hearing from a lot of people that are saying, hey, it was these four people. They're owning up to it. They're handling it and I still support them. I'm still going to buy their products. I'm still going to go visit their farm and eat their restaurant. And, you know, do the dairy adventure. So we're really in terms of public opinion. We're hearing strong opinions. I should say from both sides. So I mean it will obviously this investigation plays out be interesting to see what happens there. But it will be interesting to see kind of how this also fair is in the court of public opinion, about the two men behind the faces of both sides of this one side. We have Richard Kudo, who's been described as a yuppie Rambo or the Batman of animal cruelty. And on the other side, we have Mike McCloskey, who's the founder of fair oaks farms, they set up their dairy adventure there. It's kind of the Disneyland for agriculture tourism. There's a hotel, there's a gift store there. He's been at the White House to meet with. Donald trump. He's got a lot of political connections, toast briefly about each guy. It wasn't interesting kind of take a look at these characters the main folks behind this. So, yes, Richard kudos, the founder of armor animal covering mission. He founded that in two thousand ten down in Florida in the Miami area for him. He had been volunteering at a local SPCA down there, and he just was seeing some of these things go on especially down in Florida. They apparently have a problem with illegal horse slaughter houses and trading horsemeat on the black market. And so he started to learn more about this through its volunteering and he just kinda felt that enough wasn't being done. And he was a real estate developer. You know that was his job. And so during his evenings though he started to go out on these missions and do surveillance, and that sort of thing. And I mean, no training completely self taught is what he's told me. And he decided that was what he wanted to do. You know, he's always had a love and respect. For animals. And so he just jumped into that full-time over these last almost ten years, they continue to do these investigations into these slaughter houses into a legal animal fighting, you know, in the last few years, they've started looking into factory farm operations in these sorts of things. And then on the other side, you have Mike McCloskey, who was born in Pennsylvania grew up in Puerto Rico, and trained and was a veterinarian and his wife match. And they decided they wanted to start a dairy farm and before they were down in the south west, and they had a cooperative down there. And he's always been someone view as an ideas man, I guess, someone is really innovative and pushing boundaries. And so he had come up with this, you way of processing, the milk and a lot of others in his cooperative, more really on board with doing that as well, because it was a bit more, you know, time and labor intensive. And so he left and started his own co op which was select. Milk producers and wound his way up in Indiana. And then has since obviously out of that has fair oaks, farms and Sarah, life. And it's just grown to be this really, really large powerful farmers here in Indiana and across the US, of course. And in our reporting, we were able to find some of his connections as it comes with that a lot of contributions. He's given over the years to different political figures. He was on an advisory committee in agriculture advisory committee for Trump administration during that transition. He's been to the White House. He's gotten personal. Shoutout from Indiana's governor in this year state of the state. So I mean, certainly the figure who's very prominent and well known in Indiana across the US Huda for his doing great work, and he's getting praised from cops for his investigations and criticism. Also this brand vigilante is undermined the ability for cops to prosecute animal abusers. And for McClatchy growing up as a. A veterinarian. And he has this image of an animal lover to have this happen at some of his properties. It doesn't sound right. But who knows all these things don't really mix. Let's just get into the final part of this what we've gone out of this investigation, so far we've have three people who face criminal charges, but they're just misdemeanors. And that's all we have so far, not just as something that's come out out and really been developing in the last few hours thirties announced that three people are facing criminal charges in connection with the cruelty that the video in investigation showed at fair oaks. They've not identified who go suspects are. And I don't even know at this point, if they've really made it clear that it is the people who were in the video, though, of course, you know, that people will soom that's where we are right now. And whether or not there is a larger investigation into the practices going on at fair oaks. I know there's been discussion of independent auditor coming into, you know, look at the practices there. And I know that arm has also. Said that they have additional information that they plan to release it some point knows no kind of set schedule for that. But I mean I saw certainly don't think that this situation and in this case, pharaoh is by any means complete, but the will be interesting to see where it goes. Sarah Bowman environmental reporter at the Indianapolis star. Thank you very much for joining us. Of course. Thank you so much for having me. You're listening.

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"richard kudo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Could be the Saint Louis blues. Here they are a winning the sand. Like what, what else on the show tonight? We got we got a lot going on here city Chicago, coming after me Justin. And as they should and I talked about it last night. I was in and. And and, and karma. Just just came flying at me today. So that's going to be a thing, and I, I got thoughts on the women's soccer team. So writing up thirteen zip and I also have a real life, wedding crasher coming into the show. He'll be here after eleven o'clock. He he Google weddings this weekend, and he went over to the high with his roommate, and they did the wedding crash. The whole thing in the pictures at the end of it. I mean sat down had dinner. So I just think it's, it's, it's radio radio worthy. Ethan blue bells coming in after always entertaining. I have a good show. Thanks, appreciate it. Let's get to some news here here. The sounds that matter the top five at five. From the Rokon show and ended taste. Weekday afternoons on seven twenty WGN Chicago smart, speaker, user, just say, play WGN radio on two hundred ten o'clock news. Sponsored by Chicago crypto capital. Here's done Clinton. Thank you, Mark. It's fifty eight degrees. Some light rain still coming down at O'Hare the group behind the animal abuse videos at northwestern Indiana farm released. More video today, the founder of animal rights mission. Richard Kudo says the owners of fair oaks farm bay responsibility, not just for the three workers charged with animal abuse,.

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"richard kudo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Degrees at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a news is a service of, David Graham the retirement guy. Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency for. The Gulf Coast counties from Hillsborough to Collier the eleventh. Dead bottlenose dolphin was discovered along the Sarasota county coastline Hayley Rutger? Mode marine laboratory in Sarasota says it's likely the result of red tie something we suspect given what's going on right now given that we've, also had a number of turtles reported. Dead and we on the SWAT are already comfortable saying that those probably are due to red tide and we're, learning, as, much, as, we can with with the dolphins Maybe going on with them Says this current bout of red tide is mostly prevalent from manatee county southward with thousands of dead fish. And sea life washing ashore this weekend thousands, of people lined Florida beaches including here in the bay area to raise awareness about red tide and to promote. Clean water in Broward County it's a remembrance of those students who died in the worst. School shooting in Florida history I'm. Peter King and parkland Florida there are very few signs outside. The Marjory stoneman Douglas campus very few signs of. Reminders of what, happened here six months ago the electric sign has a hashtag that flashes on from time to time m. d. s. strong inside the. Campus where we can't go you could still see many professionally in handmade banners in support of the students and faculty and staff. Here at Marjory stoneman Douglas one of the most colorful is a, rainbow colored banner. That, says Texas loves, y'all Peter. King CBS, news. Parkland Florida, another illegal slaughterhouse shut down In south Florida this time in sunrise in Broward County Richard Kudo with. Animal recovery mission says the meat was being distributed on both coasts of Florida animals were also being.

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"richard kudo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"London armed police ambulances and. Firefighters are. At the scene witnesses, say the driver seem to deliberately Aimed for cyclists and pedestrians to people take into a nearby hospital their injuries not said to, be life threatening what, we, know. Now is that a man in his late twenties has been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offenses after crashing his car into. A security barrier outside the houses of parliament Vicki Barker CBS news in central London alma Rosa President Trump's former staffer is, releasing her tell all book today she's already released recordings of the president and of the chief of staff are. There more, tapes oh, absolutely but Omarosa manigault Newman tells MSNBC she's not sure whether she'll, make them public I'm expecting that they're gonna retaliate and. Time just kind of stand back and wait President Trump. Tweets people in the White House hated. His former aide she was vicious he says but not smart he also claims Omarosa has a fully signed nondisclosure. Agreement officials here haven't provided any further details Steven Portnoy. CBS news the White House prosecutors In Pinellas county have, filed manslaughter charges. Against the man who killed marquees mcglockton in a dispute over a parking space Tallahassee is best known spokesperson for gun. Rights says that he signed a that is. A sign that the stand your ground law is working there was outrage when the sheriff refused to make an arrest after the shooting citing Florida's stand your ground law but NRA lobbyist, Marion hammer says this was never about the law this case is about the facts of the case non about. The text of the law Democrats say it demonstrates the need for a. Change in stand your? Ground, maybe. An outright repeal but hammer says the law is working in the politicians should. Hold their fire until all facts come out. Rick leg Tila Hassi Michelle Rainer represents. The family of, the shooting victim marquees mcglockton we do stand behind. This date attorneys. Decision to, charge as manslaughter. We do believe it's the correct charge in order to sustain a conviction Michael Drake period point. Blank is, a cold, blooded murderer Pinellas, sheriff Gualtieri says he could not file charges under the state's stand your ground law sparking nationwide controversy two more dead bottlenose dolphins were found along the Sarasota coast this past weekend where red tide. Has killed tons of fish and sea life Hayley Rutger mode marine labs, and Sarasota says. Scientists are conducting net crops sees on the dolphins What has happened to them learn as much as we can make sure that the animals didn't die in vain and that we. Can better understand what happened we, have to take, sample to check in. Samples to another lab to. Check you've read red tide exposure was a factor this has been one of the. Longest red tide algae blooms in recent. History more than three hundred. Animals have been seized as police raid and other illegal slaughterhouse in south Florida, on the heels. Of a raid unlocks a hatchet a few days back Richard. Kudo with animal recovery mission says this facility in sunrise was producing meat for. Animal sacrifices under, brutal conditions they were.

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"richard kudo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Drivers in custody numerous people injured after a car slammed into a crowd outside, parliament in London Vicki Barker in London where a car has crashed into one of the barriers surrounding. Britain's parliament building there are, reports of injuries no word yet on whether this was a deliberate act. Or an accident the male driver has been arrested and police have cordoned off. The entire area Vicki Barker reporting from London President Trump's former staffer Omarosa manigault Newman. Is releasing her tell. All book today she's already released recordings of the president and of the. Chief of staff are? There, more. Tapes oh absolutely but Omarosa manigault Newman tells MSNBC she's not sure whether she'll. Make them public I'm expecting that they're gonna retaliate and times just kind of stand back Wait President Trump tweets people in the White House, hated his former, aide she was vicious he says but. Not smart he also claims Omarosa has a fully. Signed nondisclosure agreement officials here haven't provided any further details Steven, Portnoy CBS news the. White House prosecutors in Pinellas county have filed manslaughter charges against the man who, killed marquees mcglockton in a dispute over a parking space and Tallahassee is best known spokesperson for gun. Rights says that's a sign, the stand your ground law is working there was outrage when the sheriff. Refused to make an arrest after the shooting citing Florida's stand your ground law. But NRA lobbyist Marion hammer says this was never about the law this case is. About the facts of. The case not about the text of the law Democrats say it demonstrates. The need for a? Change, in. Stand your ground maybe an outright repeal but hammer says the law is working. And the politicians should hold their fire until all facts come out Rick Clegg Tallahassee Michelle Rainer represents the family of victim marquees mcglockton we do stand behind this state attorney's decision to charge manslaughter we do believe it's the correct. Charge in, order to. Sustain a conviction. Michael Drake period point blank is a cold blooded murderer meanwhile the Pinellas sheriff Bagua Altieri says he could not, file charges under the state standard, ground law the shooting happened on. July nineteenth during a parking lot confrontation over a. Handicapped parking space to more dead bottlenose. Dolphins were found along the Sarasota coast this past weekend where red tide, has killed tons of. Fish and sea, life Hayley Rutger of mode marine labs in Sarasota says scientists are conducting necropsies on those dolphins What has. Happened to them learn as much as we can make sure that these animals didn't. Die in vain and that we can. Better understand what happened we have to, take sample to check in samples to another lab to check if red red tide, exposure was a factor Rutgers says this has been one of the longest red tide algae blooms in recent history. It's been impacting the beaches of manatee county southward but low levels have, been detected off. Of the Pinellas county coast more than. Three, hundred animals have been seized as police raid another illegal slaughterhouse in south Florida on the heels. Of a raid unlocks a Hatschi a few days back, Richard Kudo with animal recovery mission says this facility in sunrise was producing meat for animal sacrifices. Under brutal conditions they.

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"At pba and were today at the lawn would cemetery in west palm beach thanks to a dna sample from a family member seoul's remains were identified criminal charges could be filed in an animal cruelty case in south florida after an undercover video showed a cow being kicked and punched at a dairy farm your okeechobee the animal rights group called animal recovery mission shot the video at the larson dairy farm arm lead investigator richard kudo many many of it cows were broader to that milking station and put in line to have those milkers put onto those others were control violently construction steel rebars use at the larson dairy to brutalise uh and beat animals owner the larson dairy farm jacob larson spoke about the disturbing findings very alarmed extremely upset i'm ashamed to that say that those people worked for me one employee has been fired into other suspended publicly announced it's going to suspend raw milk deliveries from that farm now it's time for the story of the great self checkout left in vero beach ever been in one of those selfserve checkout lines and thought well if i switched the tags would anyone even know okay maybe you're not quite as dishonest as a woman in vero beach florida who police say switched real tags four clear eggs on eighteen uh three dollars worth of electronic equipment at a walmart store when she took the video game controllers computer and other items up to the selfserve kiosk her bill came out to just three dollars seventy cents she says she wanted christmas gifts for her husband in son that she couldn't afford now she faces felony shoplifting charges cheri preston abc news president trump is heading for.

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02:23 min | 3 years ago

"richard kudo" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Palm beach with a proper burial after seventy three years united states army sergeant richard tiny seoul's remains arrived epa on wednesday and were buried today at the lawn would cemetery and west palm beach thanks to a dna sample from a family member seoul's remains were identified criminal charges could be filed in an animal cruelty case in south florida after an undercover video showed a cow being kicked and punched at a dairy farm your okeechobee the animal rights group called animal recovery mission shot the video at the larson dairy farm arm lead investigator richard kudo many many of the couch thousands were broader to that milking station and put in line to have those milkers put onto those others were control violently construction steel rebars use at the larson dairy to brutalise stabbed and beat animals owner of the larson dairy farm jacob larson spoke about the disturbing findings very alarmed extremely upset on the shame to to say that those people worked for me one employee has been fired into other suspended public's announced it's going to suspend raw milk deliveries from that farm now it's time for the story of the great selfserve check out that didn't vero beach ever been in one of those selfserve checkout lines and thought what if i switch the tags would anyone even know okay maybe you're not quite as dishonest as a woman and vero beach florida who police say switched real tags for clearance tags on eighteen hundred dollars worth of electronic equipment at a walmart store when she took the video game controllers computer and other items up to the selfserve kiosk her bill came out to just three dollars in seventy cents she says she wanted christmas gifts for her husband in some that she couldn't afford now she faces felony shoplifting charges cheri preston abc news president trump is heading for the home stretch on his asian trip the president will spend one more day in vietnam saturday meeting with vietnam's president and other government leaders before he leaves for the last leg of his asian trip he'll shop in the philippines where he'll meet with philippine president rodrico to territory and attend another series of economic meetings before heading home oj simpson has banned from the cosmopolitan hotel in las vegas for drunken disturbance is reportedly cooperative after security was called and was removed from the premises it's unclear if this drunken behavior is a violation of parole and.

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