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04:12 min | 2 years ago

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"House on the sobriety fox news of a planned on the police reform bill now named in honor of George Floyd his death during an arrest in Minneapolis a month ago his fuel protests around the world the house is honoring his life and the lives of all killed by police brutality and pledging never again house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the bill will address the systemic racism and bring accountability to police departments Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell criticizing Democrats for blocking a Republican version led by senator Tim Scott he's been studying and working on and living this issue since long long before the democratic leader came rushing to the microphones on the subject a few weeks ago he says Democrats walked away from Scott's offer for an open amendment process putting politics ahead of an attempted bipartisan reform the health and Human Services secretary because the current surgeon coronavirus cases eight localized situation noting that only three percent of U. S. counties are in hot spots that we also says he's not trying to minimize what's happening a day after a record number of new cases in the U. S. by some counts the surge threatening the re opening under way in some states as new claims for unemployment benefits stay over a million people continue to lose their jobs and another one point four eight million people were filing for unemployment benefits last week there have now been forty seven million people filing for benefits over twelve weeks the number of people continuing to receive benefits is nineteen and a half million assigned some people are returning to work some companies are hiring after states reopened others are still cutting jobs oxygenic sola economy shrinking by five percent in the first three months of the year but there are signs of a fledgling business recovery with a better report on durable goods orders for may and expected America is listening to fox news this report is sponsored by unbound dot org continues with one oh six one FM talk North Carolina will remain under phase two restrictions until at least mid July Richard Stalin reports governor Roy Cooper said yesterday covered nineteen trends in hospitalizations are too concerning at this point to move into the next phase gyms and bars must remain closed phase two is now extended through July seventeenth a statewide mandate to wear face masks in public goes into affect Friday afternoon more than fifty six thousand cover nineteen cases have been confirmed in North Carolina I'm Richard styling the wave of new covert nineteen cases has prompted renewed concerns about the state's health care system being overwhelmed on Wednesday there were seventeen hundred twenty one additional cases reported nine hundred six patients hospitalized three Wilmington police officers fired after they were captured on video calling for a race war the comments discovered during a monthly video on it one of those officers Kevin Piner was recorded in an in car camera saying we're just going to go out and start slaughtering them Wilmington police chief Donnie Williams this is the most exceptional and difficult case I have encountered in my career we must establish newer fans for policing here at home as well as country the DA's office now working to determine if criminal conduct or bias was involved in previous cases wake county authorities have made two arrests in connection to the shooting death this week of the sixteen year old girl she was gunned down at the Greenspring valley mobile home park south of Raleigh Asheville police investigating two shootings that happened this week at Walton street park one person died two others injured Tuesday night another person was shot multiple times in a separate shooting at the park just twenty four hours earlier hi points baseball stadium is now called truest point the name change comes after B. B. anti bank merged with SunTrust form truest new signage will roll out in coming weeks I'm Kyle Wilson although front south of the triangle and that's where most of the big rains are down towards Fay Advil in the state line I think they stay mainly south of us today were in the low eighties isolated storms possible tonight mid sixties I'm Scott Laurie more the weather channel one oh six one FM.

"richard stalin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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04:30 min | 2 years ago

"richard stalin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"A memorial grows in Atlanta hi Dave Anthony fox news in the parking lot of a Wendy's was burned down over the weekend in protest of the shooting death of a black man on Friday the drive as much as one point and that racial in the back as he ran that's helpful police say Brooks had grabbed an officer's taser and pointed at him during the foot chase and that is when the officer shot him the officer who fired the shots Ralph was terminated immediately and fellow officer Devin Bronson placed on administrative duty but Brooks's wife says that's not enough fox is Jonathan staring at lane is that she wants a murder charge something the district attorney is still investigating the autopsy report called it a homicide case adds to the calls for police reform following George Floyd's death during an arrest last month in Minneapolis one of the challenges that we have in the split second decisions is the need for more training that's why the de escalation aspect of my bill in the house bill is so critically important so that we don't Reese re revert back to basic fear senator Tim Scott on CBS face the nation he's a black Republican leading the effort to write a bill in the Senate an American accused by Russia of being a spy it's just been convicted fox assignment and as the details live Dave pull Leland has been sentenced to sixteen years in prison by a court in Moscow after being convicted on charges of espionage the retired marine was arrested a year and a half ago he's always insisted he was set up outside the court the US ambassador to Russia John Sullivan saying no evidence was presented at the trial I'm disappointed crestfallen just heard me ma pull Leland's brother is courting the verdict political and saying lawyers will appeal Dave master Amazon smart speaker devices from fox because listening to fox news connected continues with one oh six one FM talk the number of coronavirus cases continues to climb at a high pace public health officials reported the second largest daily jump yesterday with fifteen hundred new cases confirmed there are now more than forty four thousand statewide the number of hospitalizations did drop back down to under eight hundred the search continues this morning for three suspects accused of firing multiple shots in wake county sheriff's deputies it happened in Zebulon Sunday night around plantation drive deputies say they were targeted by fire from both hand guns and rifles fortunately no one was hit K. nine officers and drones are involved in the search Greensboro launching an initiative for residents to voice their frustrations regarding police brutality Richard Stalin reports there's a new initiative called race or reflecting on and considering experiences it allows people to share their own stories and thoughts about police brutality and racial injustice city officials say once the fight is lost residents can submit ninety second responses which will all be compiled into one video the deadline is July fourth I'm Richard styling voting by mail this November will be a bit easier governor Cooper signed legislation lessening the witness requirement it used to require to now just takes one signature a search is continuing today for a missing man on lake Norman investigators say they got a call yesterday after he jumped from a boat near the highway one fifty bridge and never came back up alcohol may have been a factor crews look for the man until bad weather forced the search to be postponed until they're able to head back out this morning one member of the Carolina Panthers has high hopes for new head coach Matt rule safety Trey Boston was a guest of the rap sheet plus friends podcast he said the new head coach can get the Panthers back on the winning track Boston says rule has the it factor coaches need to be successful I'm Carl Wilson from the JD ServiceNow plumbing heating and air conditioning traffic center roads that cut problem free moving on time construction watch for ships and lane closures for work in both directions of weight Avenue between ridge road and Edwards mill I'm Scott part at one oh six one FM talk Denver weather pattern as we kick off the new week clouds in an occasional rain in the forecast this morning and this afternoon highs will stay cool in the low sixties tonight catering tomorrow rain with a high near sixty five year old is restricted from the weather channel one of six one half and talk.

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"richard stalin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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03:08 min | 2 years ago

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"Amplified call for justice I'm Lisa Brady fox news George ward was not expendable this is why we're here Texas congressman Al Green among the mourners remembering George Floyd at a funeral in Houston where he grew up we are going to make sure that those who look three times that they would know that he made a difference within his time because he changed not only this country not only the United States the change the world George will change the world loved ones remembering him as a gentle giant father brother athlete and mentor the protests that started after his death two weeks ago during an arrest in Minneapolis continue one controversial proposal for changes dividing Democrats high ranking democratic lawmakers in DC are distancing themselves from the debate over de funding the police after top house Democrats hosted a call with their members encouraging them to Dodge talking about the issues so that that issue doesn't become one for Democrats on the ballot in November but fox business Hillary Vaughn reports that position is at odds with younger progressive members congresswoman Ileana Omar whose district includes Minneapolis she called the police department they're a cancer presumptive democratic nominee Joe Biden has one thing in common with his opponent president trump's fighting he does not support calls do you find the police Senate Republicans are working on their own legislative response to Floyd's death the day after house Democrats unveiled a sweeping reform package the president has long argued he's done more for the black community than previous administrations today highlighting the Senate vote to confirm general Charles brown as the Air Force chief the first African American leader of the U. S. military service a sell off on Wall Street the Dow has been down over two hundred points heading into the close America is listening to fox news this report is sponsored by train heating and cooling because it's hard to stop a train continues with one oh six one FM talk strong words from governor Roy Cooper to officials in Alamance county here's Richard Stalin governor Roy Cooper's threatening a racetrack in North Carolina to shut down access to spectators the a speedway in Alamance county welcomed a reported two thousand people at a race over the weekend people called it a reckless decision to pull people together and said yesterday the state is ready to take action elements as sheriff has yet to issue a citation to the speedway's owner because of his reservations on the legality of the governor's order on outdoor gatherings they're currently limited to twenty five people a request now from the governor he's asking that anyone who has participated in marches and demonstrations over the last couple of weeks to get tested for coke at nineteen it comes as new state health department figures released on Monday show hospitalizations have hit an all time high at seven hundred thirty nine Cooper said he'll get tested today he spoke with protesters last week at a rally in front of the governor's mansion state health officials have released a new set of guidelines on how public schools.

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04:27 min | 2 years ago

"richard stalin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Getting under way at this hour in Texas where he grew up and where thousands pay respects yesterday at a public viewing two weeks after his death in police custody in Minneapolis Floyd will be buried next to his mother in the Houston suburb as protesters continue to demand justice and change one of the biggest emerging debate since over the call by sun to defund police this idea of defending the police means different things to different people for some people what it means is taking money out of police budgets and taking functions that are currently performed by the police and moving that money and responsibility to different agencies but for other people that means abolishing the current police force and replacing it with something different around table with law enforcement leaders yesterday president trump said de funding the police is something that is not going to happen on his watch there will be defunding there will be a dismantling of our police on the democratic side of the island Congress there is some support for defunding police congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez supports reducing the NYPD budget by as much as a billion dollars in using that money elsewhere fox's John Roberts at the White House the president branding the idea as radical left presumptive democratic nominee Joe Biden says he supports reform but not defunding at a Senate hearing hunt chief Ben Carson defending the administration's coronavirus response and preparations for a possible second wave the council will work to ensure that minority and underserved communities are kept safe from this invisible enemy now and into the future Democrats say the president should have acted sooner help may be on the way for parts of the U. S. lacking broadband service including nearly six million underserved rural homes and businesses the FCC voted to adopt auction procedures to provide up to sixteen billion dollars in service the auction isn't scheduled until late October America is listening to fox news this report is sponsored by bill Plemons R. V. dot com it continues with one oh six one FM talk the back and forth over crowd size enforcement continues between the governor and Alamance county sheriff Terry Johnson responded to criticism last night from the governor who called on him to take action against a speedway they've held events that have drawn thousands Johnson though says he will not intervene he said it's not a political decision but one based on his understanding of the legality of the governor's order he said the governor's welcome to get a court injunction or you state troopers to issue a citation the push to re open bars and gyms combined forces Richard Stalin reports state senator Rick Gunn introduced legislation yesterday that combines re openings into one bill and includes an allowance for governor Roy Cooper to backtrack of coronavirus cases get worse it comes after Cooper vetoed a bill Friday that would have allowed bars to reopen at fifty percent capacity outdoors as it stands bars and gyms aren't allowed to re open until at least June twenty sixth unless the governor makes a change the governor is already facing a lawsuit from a group of bar owners I'm Richard selling high school sports get the green light to resume restrictions will be lifted Monday by the state's high school athletic association teams can then begin limited workouts investigators are trying to figure out who opened fire on the interstate in McDowell county late Sunday night two women told deputies someone from a dark colored sedan fired at them close to exit ninety on I. forty westbound they were treated for non life threatening injuries Asheville's mission hospital one of the largest sport fishing tournaments in the US is under way right here in North Carolina it's the big rock blue marlin tournament held in Morehead city last year's winner set a record with their catch nine hundred fourteen pounds and there's a surprise entrant to the contest this year Michael Jordan he was spotted aboard is eighty foot catch twenty three boat yesterday at tournament runs through Sunday I'm Carl Wilson well I think we might see a little bit more robust thunderstorm coverage coming up from the southwest this afternoon across the area with heavy downpours from time to time tropical air mass eighty eight this afternoon seventy three tonight I'm Scott Laurie more the weather channel one oh six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect somewhere out there there's a man on a park bench eating his five hundredth P. B. and J. he has no idea Papa John's.

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01:52 min | 2 years ago

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"Time we'll be able to listen in live in cases are are you listening to fox news connected continues with one oh six one FM talk keeping a close eye on coronavirus trends as we plan for North Carolina to get back to work Richard Stalin reports governor Roy Cooper says he remains optimistic that the state can move into phase one of its plan for re opening by the end of this week however he also said last week the decision will be based on data provided by state health officials leaders want to see a sustained downward trend of new covert nineteen cases within a fourteen day period before restrictions on businesses are east phase one would limit gatherings of no more than ten people but more retail businesses would be allowed to re open I'm Richard styling a corona virus relief package awaits governor Cooper's signature state lawmakers Saturday signed off on a one point six billion dollar compromise spending plan the bill contains provisions for small business municipal governments education needs as well as funding for health care facilities coronavirus in North Carolina is blamed for four hundred forty four deaths now DHHS says twelve thousand tests have come back positive two police officers shot this morning in spring lake it happened as they attempted to serve warrants at a home on Poe Avenue one of the officers is undergoing surgery at Cape Fear valley the suspect who was also shot during that altercation was airlifted to you in C. Chapel Hill a motorcyclist is dead after a wreck in Winston Salem and happened Saturday evening near Clemons ville road in Cornell Boulevard police say Justin Hancock crashed his motorcycle into a jeep Cherokee he died at the scene a woman and two kids in the jeep were not hurt an investigation is ongoing this is the start of hurricane preparedness week forecast models predicting it to be an active one and tell you to stock up on certain supplies but well good luck with that hurricane season runs from.

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

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"Difficulty and hardship I'm Lisa Brady fox news the White House it knowledge and that's reflected in the latest snapshot of the US economy it shrank in the first quarter though most business another shutdowns occurred in mid March there was a dramatic impact on the U. S. economy for the entire first quarter the gross domestic product which measures goods and services produced in the U. S. declined four point eight percent in the period it's the steepest contraction since the last recession the report reflects the early impact of widespread disruptions caused by initiatives to contain the virus most economists are expecting an even larger drop off in activity in the second quarter because the economy's been mostly shut down in April JinkoSolar fox news but the White House says the president's policies have put the nation on a responsible path to re open soon in a merger the growing a prosperous economy more states are trying to turn a corner easing restrictions Tennessee retailers are now allowed to open at fifty percent capacity and Wisconsin is leading nonessential businesses offer curbside pickup as of today Louisiana governor John bel Edwards has a meeting in the oval office in a statement the democratic governor details he plans to tell the president the state will re open more businesses next month and how it plans to increase its corona virus testing capabilities to two hundred thousand monthly Louisiana continues to deal with covert nineteen cases predominantly in New Orleans both the governor and the president are expected to make public comments later today fox is Evan brown the U. S. now has more deaths from corona virus than from the Vietnam War over fifty eight thousand three hundred as the number of total confirmed cases climbs further over one million with more than two hundred eighteen thousand deaths worldwide a big rally on Wall Street despite the GDP numbers the Dow has been up about five hundred points America is listening to fox news this report is sponsored by compassion international it continues with one oh six one FM talk only a handful of lawmakers showed up in person for the start of the special session of the North Carolina General Assembly Tuesday Richard Stalin reports mostly Questor themselves inside their offices or work from home those who did enter the chambers had to first have their temperatures taken legislative building was closed to.

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"richard stalin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"These police officers public service so far this Rouge police chief Murphy Paul the suspected gunman is in custody America's listening to fox news one oh six one FM talk there's another re open in C. protest in the works Richard Stalin reports more protesters are expected across the streets of downtown Raleigh tomorrow as lawmakers return to the capital for the first day of the North Carolina General Assembly this on the heels of governor Roy Cooper announcing last week that he would extend the state wide stay home order through may eighth and keep schools closed for the remainder of the academic year led by the group re open and see the protesters have vowed to hold rallies each Tuesday into the state's economy is put back to work I'm Richard styling the latest figures released by the North Carolina department of health and Human Services show as of Sunday there were nearly nine thousand confirmed cases of corona virus state wide nearly a hundred a thousand people have been tested and there been three hundred twenty five deaths now in North Carolina coronavirus cases have been reported in ninety four of the state's one hundred counties police in Durham are offering a cash reward for information leading to the persons responsible for a series of shootings at the McDougald terrace complex a man was shot Sunday in the thigh along Lakeland street beyond that investigators are still trying to solve shootings at McDougal that occurred April thirteenth as well as another that injured a one year old girl April first police in Greensboro are investigating the death of a man fatally shot Saturday night at a home on a wood street the victim identified as fifty year old Dorian Patterson died at the scene fox eight in the triad reports Patterson had been involved in an altercation with someone at the home so far there's been no arrests Ryan Newman plans to resume driving as soon as NASCAR gets the green light to return Newman who was injured in a crash during the Daytona five hundred confirmed his intentions during Sunday's virtual Talladega race you still there has to be medically cleared by NASCAR for more on corona virus go to.

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03:56 min | 2 years ago

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"A heart breaking new milestone I'm Lisa Brady fox news the number of deaths in the U. S. from the corona virus outbreak now tops fifty thousand part of a worldwide total of more than one hundred ninety thousand dead out of more than two point seven million covert nineteen cases it's not clear yet how much ongoing health concerns might keep Americans from venturing out even in states where restrictions are beginning to ease including Georgia allowing some close contact businesses like barbers and nail salons to open today Georgia Republican congressman Doug Collins this is gonna be a an opening that needs to happen but it's also an opening that we need to make sure people are comes with that's what the president put out the guidelines read if the Georgia governor's faced pushback including from the president for possibly acting too quickly before the two weeks threshold of lower deaths and other health factors are met several other states are easing restrictions today including Oklahoma and Texas were curbside retail pickup is now allowed the head of the World Health Organization appealing again for unity to defeat the virus at a meeting for global leaders expressed support for the group world leaders joining the World Health Organization indulging in efforts to accelerate work on drugs tests and vaccines against the corona virus the world needs these tools and needs them five WHL director general Ted just Adam gave me a service joined at a virtual launch event by leaders including Italian prime minister just sepi contagious finding and distributing the vaccine is the is the only way to win this battle but the US is not involved president trump has criticized the world health organizations handling of the outbreak in London Simon Allen fox news however U. S. officials expressing a continued commitment to effective international engagement despite a suspension of US funding for his America is listening to fox this report is sponsored by bill Plemons R. V. dot com continues with one oh six one FM talk governor Cooper extending the state wide stay at home order into may Richard Stalin reports he issued an amended executive order yesterday pushing the date back to may eighth responding to increase pressure from businesses for him to re open north Carolina's economy Cooper said medical data continues to show the state is not ready to re open yet the governor said there needs to be documented evidence of downward trends in the number of new covert nineteen cases reported as well as the number of hospitalizations and deaths I'm Richard styling department of health and Human Services secretary Dr Mandy Cohen talked about the specific trends they're looking at among them how long it takes the number of cases to double at first we were seeing a rate of acceleration of doubling every four days we've let the not to six days then eleven days and that's seeming even longer now she said they still need to further ramp up efforts though to test in trace new infections an employee at the for side county courthouse has tested positive for covert nineteen as a result officials there say they'll keep the courthouse closed until may fourth a man wanted in connection to a shooting near Raleigh St Augustine's university Thursday has been captured Assad you Burks was the subject of an afternoon manhunt Burke's vehicle was found eight miles away racked in north Raleigh he's being held without bond and ash Phil man is headed to prison for drug trafficking Jonathan Adams was sentenced to thirteen years after pleading guilty to conspiracy and possession charges connected to a methamphetamine bust the Panthers selected former Auburn defensive tackle Derrick brown with the seventh overall pick in the NFL draft brown totaled a hundred seventy tackles and thirteen sacks during four years at Auburn tonight the Panthers have the thirty eight and sixty ninth picks as the draft continues for more on corona virus go to the I heart radio app tap the podcast app for the latest news and information I'm Kyle.

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02:11 min | 2 years ago

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"Erica's listening to fox news continues with one oh six one FM talk by death investigation is underway this morning in northeast Raleigh ABC eleven reports a man was struck and killed as he walked along Landover ridge Dr police say the driver will not face charges another fatal prison fight at the eastern correctional institution in Greene County for the second time in eight days an inmate was killed in an attack with a homemade weapon the deaths of two people are being investigated in the Buncombe county town of wood fan a man and woman were found dead in the living room of a home Friday night six hours after she was reported missing both had been shot just about time to vote Richard Stalin reports super Tuesday is less than a day away in North Carolina and thirteen other states voters head to the polls tomorrow to cast a ballot in the presidential primary polls are open statewide from six thirty AM to seven thirty PM you can head to the state's board of elections website to find out where you can cast a ballot close to eight hundred thousand people voted early president trump is in Charlotte tonight for a keep America great rally I'm Richard spelling protesters gathered outside an annual meeting of the sons of Confederate veterans Saturday in Raleigh police had to intervene and block the protesters from the venue Brier creek hotel there were no arrests around a hundred employees of a yarn manufacturer and Rowen county or losing their jobs Parkdale mills will close a plant this spring due to what they say are changing business conditions the company's close to other facilities in the past three years college ball number seven Duke and NC state will rematch tonight in Durham the blue devils dropped in eighty eight sixty six decision of the wolf pack in their first meeting a little over a week ago you would see in Wake Forest face off tomorrow in Chapel Hill for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explains not shouted listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm Kyle Wilson whether he did win a racing here mostly cloudy for the afternoon sixty seven tied the mid fifties maybe a rain shower Tuesday overcast with a few showers around possibly a thunderstorm all the way up to sixty nine ninety year.

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"richard stalin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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12:14 min | 3 years ago

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"You know I'd rather hear from people who I I agree with you know then not because then you end up an echo chamber and things just get worse goes onto argue about the definition edition of sexual assault rape and whether they applied ski and this is also very misleading so what he was saying is these words. These words are They're basically forcing a certain they're misleading what they what they mean right so these are some of these are legal terms. Sexual sexual assault was trying to think of the word. Actually I think it was actually they were talking about sex toy rate so statutory rape yup sanctuary rape what is statutory in the Virgin Islands okay. We're this was going on. It's not it's not such story rape in New Hampshire Okay so or in Massachusetts where am I and such where rape implies that somebody was forced against their will but yet that's not true. Sexual simply means that somebody is not allowed to consent they could have consented but it doesn't from a legal perspective. They're not allowed to and so it's it's misleading so there's a confounding factor. Though which is this Virginia person claims that at least some of her experiences were actually nonconsensual and not nonconsensual sensual by virtue of her age so that changes things and Stolman is making one set of some shins about the truth of that yeah proposition and this woman who who who really does hate men. I've been reading her letter but does woman who called her called him. Out is making a different set of assumptions about a factual matter that neither of them have any reason to know the truth of whites lights so that's a lot of what they're disagreeing. Here is whether or not this Virginia woman was actually raped and the answer is we we don't know and you have a right to have your own your own opinion and especially the second question is whether she was raped by men ski many years after she claims to have been raped by episode so here's the thing about this is a very this article is about various specific case okay so yeah this a Geoffrey Geoffrey this article makes it out as if Jeffrey and and the New York Times and another another publication made it out as if Jeffrey Said said that she was raped by Linski when that's actually not what was said in the deposition so they are they twisted the story into say her saying that she was raped when in fact doc it was merely it was more it was more like the lawyer basically made a statement of the one you were raped or it wasn't even like the the thing is when he says that he's a lawyer so he's using the legal definition of rape which doesn't differentiate between being in the Virgin Islands or it doesn't say whether she was actually raped or whether she was raped only because they had Saxon Saxon Virgin Islands instead of Massachusetts. I mean there's there's a right which is interesting. I always saw the Virgin Islands would be less less agent center Razia Atkinson the other thing it makes me wonder as a lot of people believe that Epstein was in a blackmail business and that's how he made made his money which it makes it very interesting that he located his operation in part of the world that happens to have in in outlandishly high age of consent and why would a pedophile choose to locate in is operation peration in a place where the age of consent is eighteen instead of in a place where the age of consent is sixteen hold on wait a minute we is he. Was He actually a pedophile like did he like little well. I don't know about pedophile but apparently unusual using that word because Fiba Cli- or what have you confused with this confuses fuses confuses and this is what drives me nuts if you don't use precise terms. This is exactly what Richard Stalin's talking about if you don't use precise clear terms we have no idea what we're talking about. If you're talking about a pedophile you might not support pedophilia but you have no problem with somebody. Who has you know an interesting teenagers right? The one is clearly you know we're talking about post puberty lesson and developed and clearly has an interest in sex and the other where you know not not well no they would not everybody posted Bhasin has a strong interest in the second the point interest in sex them brown but if we miss if we confuse terms right I you're not saying you're not saying that you support pedophilia. Nobody but somebody else is going to go out there and say that you're you're on freedom decrypted support pedophilia and you. You never said that and yet no. I'm not I because we confuse we mess up. We used words incorrectly and not precisely in okay well. Let's put it this way. It's very very interesting that somebody who has an interest in girls under eighteen and feels the need to have sex with them on a regular basis would locate the was located his business on an island where the age of consent is eighteen in other words urge that he would seek a venue in which his activity is criminal when there are many many venues available to him where where that activity is not criminal and that tends to ball's idea that he was looking to draw people into the Virgin Islands Lynne's where maybe they don't know that the age of consent is extraordinarily high at eighteen at entice them to have sex with seventeen eighteen year old girls which would be perfectly legal anywhere else and then black male them. That was my point. I think I totally fully agree with your point. It just it just drives me. Nuts people don't use precise terminology and this is exactly what Richardson was trying to say and so people have actually gone and called him a rapist Nadler Alor accusing him of rape because he's saying stuff that he didn't actually say and of course the college feminist thinks it's raped when you say something she doesn't like yeah that's true too anyway. I just the whole thing is just so ridiculous and I think people need to step up and I think a lot of people have stepped up and you know defended. I'm not stepping up to defend you know F- seen or taking the money because I don't I don't even defend necessarily I don't know anything about the Guy Psalm in hasn't done anything right except express a political opinion and he has every right to threats that opinions and certainly the government which Mit is part of the government. The government should not be treating him differently because of its political Nicole opinion if you don't step up to the plate and defend the people who are merely expressing an opinion on something and not even one that's really well shouldn't be controversy. Adults being twisted into some controversial in Massachusetts that sex with a sixteen year old isn't rape because the edge of content and Massachusetts is sixteen and so it's a very mainstream opinion at saks right the mass and they're making it out as if it's not a mainstream opinion and if you look at New Hampshire New Hampshire they tried to re or some people tried to raise the age of sixteen to eighteen a couple years ago and they overwhelmingly said No. We're not going to raise the age of consent from sixteen to eighteen so there's clearly this left wing lien or I don't even know if you can call it left wing but this is the thing is I can't imagine anybody has sons wanting to see the age of consent be eighteen because that that makes it highly likely that your son will end up in prison for rape yeah. He hasn't harmed anybody. That's just just insanity. It really really is I just you know and you know the other thing. I wanted to say you know that you kind of your take me is so you start talking about people attracted to people under eighteen okay first of all there's no difference between a sixteen year old and the reason that I mentioned the number eighteen no is because eighteen and was the age of consent in the Virgin right right so it's irrational to Lo que to locate in a place where the thing that you want to do all all the time is illegal that was that was my only attract. Somebody under eighteen is not necessarily is not necessarily wrong. That's that's what I was under eighteen. It was all of Hong See here's the thing we are giving the approach. We are presenting the the. We're giving the impression that it's if you're attracted to somebody. WHO's you know under eighteen? That's abnormal. That's that's weird. That's that's messed up. It's not it's actually normal healthy male behavior it's that there's nothing in in the like in your DNA. That says says that you'RE GONNA get. You're not going to be attracted to somebody WHO's under eighteen. You know it's yes covering number that has been decided at some point says that girls too young when I look at looking at that doesn't change whether or not you're attracted to that it might be inappropriate but that's not the same thing as being attracted to and by projecting this idea that somehow how eighteen is this line is is harmful because it also just aligned the Virgin Islands Cho- understand that was my point but by bite saying somebody attracted to under eighteen it gives the impression that you know anybody over eighteen. Sh is is basically what impression that sense it was in in response in relation to the Virgin Islands is an eighteen is the age of consent in the Virgin Islands the the reason that I mentioned the number eighteen is because I was making a legal statement and that's the age of consent in the Virgin Islands. I was yeah yeah. I get what you're making right. I I wasn't arguing over that. It's just it's just the terminology that we're using reinforces. These really negative these things that are actually really native to to to our society and it results in people getting the impression again. That's somebody you know somebody get. It gives men who you know your average male who your average male L. is not messed up just because they are attracted to somebody who's seventeen years old or sixteen years old. You know it doesn't matter whether you're forty five or one hundred and five if they're post people lessen your average male is going to be attracted to that to that young person. It's just that's how it is whether or not that you know somebody who is older should take action on that. That's what that's what that's the moral question that you should be asking not whether or not because that just basically says that all men are you know messed up because you know because of normal healthy male sexual interests however you want to phrase it. 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"Go from Monte Vista from NPR news this is All Things Considered I am Elsa Chang and I'm not a Cornish in Texas authorities are dealing with the aftermath of a ransomware attack last week twenty two mostly rural towns had their computer systems locked down by hackers who demanded millions of dollars in ransom experts say attacks like these are on the rise across the US they're targeting both local governments and private companies so what can be done well Josephine will has some thoughts about this she studies cyber security policy at Tufts University she recently wrote an op ed in The New York Times entitled they stole your files you don't have to pay the ransom welcome to all things considered hi thanks so much for having me so first to set the stage for us how common are these kinds of attacks on computer systems for for cities and towns and what happens once that ball gets rolling so it's very hard to put an exact number on how common they are because a lot of the time they go unreported but just in the past couple years we've seen Atlanta we've seen Baltimore we've now seen all of these towns in Texas we've seen a bunch of towns in Florida so even just the ones that do get publicly revealed that we know about it's sort of astonishing how many of them we've seen in just the past two years alone we don't know for sure you said because they don't report but is there a sense that people are paying up there's certainly a sense that people are paying up including public agency victims right we know at least two of the towns in Florida exceeded two fairly steep ransom demands in part because we think they're insurers were covering a large chunk of that cost so definitely it is a situation where even the government actors we would hope would be sort of role models in this are giving into these ransom demands in some cases now you talk about the no more ransom initiative can you tell us more about what it is and how it would help ransomware victims individuals to start to get their data back to the no more ransom project is a collaboration between a bunch of law enforcement agencies primarily in Europe but also all over the world and private companies that develop tools to help people reverse the effects of ransomware without having to pay ransoms and the law enforcement agencies provide an interface for people who've been affected to go online upload one of their encrypted files or the ransom note that's been left behind so they can figure out which strain of ransomware they're dealing with we do know that people are using them we know that they're working not all the time they can't be used for every strain of malware but a lot of the time we've seen people able to recover their files this way are these tools that can be applied on a larger scale raid I mean we've been talking about cities and towns dealing with these kinds of attacks absolutely and I think one of the things that has been very frustrating for some of the companies that develop these tools is that none of the US law enforcement agencies have partnered with no more ransom or been willing to advertise our publicize any of these tools on their website so some of the towns and cities in the US may not even know about them even though we know they've been infected by strains of ransomware that sometimes can be susceptible to these tools you know when someone is attacked in this way a panic set sent right to your effectively told look we're holding all of your data hostage and if you are a city or a hospital you just want to get it back you don't have a lot of time to Google no more ransomware I mean how should people be thinking about this in those moments so I think that's a really good point especially because a lot of these ransom demands have ticking clocks on them they say on twenty four hours if we don't receive your payment we're going to delete all of your files or the ransom is going to increase and so people are often very frenzied and that moment and that's one of the reasons I think it's so important to have a proactive awareness raising campaign around this Josephine wolf is assistant professor cyber security policy at the tufts Fletcher school of law and diplomacy thank you for explaining this to us thanks so much for having me there's a lot of debate and controversy over how long Forsman uses facial recognition technology the FBI says it's an important investigative tool take the case of Walter Yovani Gomez one of America's most wanted criminals and fugitives an alleged member of the vicious MS thirteen gang now capture captured in part because of facial recognition and pure justice reporter Ryan Lucas explains how it all went down back in two thousand eleven Walter your money Gomez wanted to become a full member of the local branch of the MS thirteen street gang in Plainfield New Jersey in may of that year he got his chance gang leaders ordered him to kill a recruiting in Tulia my two day who had allegedly been associating with a rival gang and so after a night of partying with my two day Gomez and an associate beat him with a baseball bat stepped in with a screwdriver and slit his throat police closed in on Gomez in two thousand eleven but he jumped out of a second story window and escaped for six years his trail went cold that in April of twenty seventeen the F. B. I. made an announcement that put Gomez and the national crime spotlight number is the newest addition to the F. B. I.'s ten most wanted fugitives last and up to one hundred thousand dollar reward is available for information leading directly to the arrest of Walter go Bonnie Gomez the move quickly paid off a tipster came for that July claiming to have information on Gomez it felt a special agent Richard Stalin's in the FBI's Washington field office to follow up so Stalin to the gang task force colleague arrange a face to face meeting with the tipster they wanted about the source in make sure S. Stalin's puts it they were running up a dead tree they quickly determined that they were not he truly was like I know that guy he says I know known by the name that's on the screen Gomez but he no I'm on a different name the tipster pointed the FBI to Facebook pages with photos of the man he believed was Gomez agents pulled the photos and sent them to the bureau's face services unit there they were run through an FBI database using facial recognition software in search of a match about a week later a match came back but for hazes Lopez center rail center rail hadn't picked up for marijuana possession in twenty fourteen after jumping a metro turnstile in Arlington Virginia his fingerprints and mug shot were taken and then he was released center rail had then failed to appear for his court date so there was a warrant out for his arrest we're gonna baffled and how we got this name so should with our picture but in the picture they had that they associated with and they arrest photo and like that's our guy investigators still felt the tipsters information was solid in part Stalin says because there were other physical identifiers like tattoos that made them think they were on the right track they also had leads to work remember those Facebook pages the tipster provided agents also found several photos of the suspect with a female associate agents use facial recognition software to run the Facebook photos of her through a database of criminal mug shots they came back with a match and an address so the F. B. I. N. officers from the Fairfax county gang task force set up surveillance on her one afternoon in August twenty seventeen officers set up a stake out outside her residence couple hours later I get this call back from their sergeant we got a guy as a what and there is no it's it's our guy and you know the first in my mind are you sure because we didn't we didn't know for sure he was here at any point the agents to tail the woman to a gym parking lot in Woodbridge Virginia about twenty miles south of Washington DC and who walks up to her car but a man who looked a lot like Gomez the surveillance team swooped in and arrested him but there was a twist the sergeant on the phone so the man gave his name is Hades use Lopez center rail the same name that the FBI turned up in its facial recognition search when confronted with the evidence investigators had collected the man said that his real name was in fact Walter you'll Bonnie Gomez so in showing him actually is top ten most wanted poster and being **** issue he said yes since that night Gomez has pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy and admitted to my two days murder last month a federal judge in New Jersey sentence him to twenty five years in prison Brian.

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"F. M. north highland Sacramento from NPR news this is All Things Considered I am Elsa Chang and I'm on the corniche in Texas authorities are dealing with the aftermath of a ransomware attack last week twenty two mostly rural towns had their computer systems locked down by hackers who demanded millions of dollars in ransom experts say attacks like these are on the rise across the US they're targeting both local governments and private companies so what can be done well Josephine will has some thoughts about this she studies cyber security policy at Tufts University she recently wrote an op ed in The New York Times entitled they stole your files you don't have to pay the ransom welcome to all things considered hi thanks so much for having me so first just set the stage for us how common are these kinds of attacks on computer systems for for cities and towns and what happens once that ball gets rolling so it's very hard to put an exact number on how common they are because a lot of the time they go unreported but just in the past couple years we've seen Atlanta we've seen Baltimore we've now seen all of these towns in Texas we've seen a bunch of towns in Florida so even just the ones that do get publicly revealed that we know about it's sort of astonishing how many of them we've seen in just the past two years alone we don't know for sure you said because they don't report but is there a sense that people are paying up there's certainly a sense that people are paying up including public agency victims right we know at least two of the towns in Florida exceeded two fairly steep ransom demands in part because we think they're insurers were covering a large chunk of that cost so definitely it is a situation where even the government actors we would hope would be sort of role models in this are giving into these ransom demands in some cases now you talk about the no more ransom initiative can you tell us more about what it is and how it would help ransomware victims individuals to start to get their data back the no more ransom project is a collaboration between a bunch of law enforcement agencies primarily in Europe but also all over the world and private companies that develop tools to help people reverse the effects of ransomware without having to pay ransoms and the law enforcement agencies provide an interface for people who've been affected to go online upload one of their encrypted files or the ransom note that's been left behind so they can figure out which strain of ransomware they're dealing with we do know that people are using them we know that they're working not all the time they can't be used for every strain of malware but a lot of the time we've seen people able to recover their files this way are these tools that can be applied on a larger scale raid I mean we've been talking about cities and towns dealing with these kinds of attacks absolutely and I think one of the things that has been very frustrating for some of the companies that develop these tools is that none of the US law enforcement agencies have partnered with no more ransom or been willing to advertise our publicize any of these tools on their website so some of the towns and cities in the US may not even know about them even though we know they've been infected by strains of ransomware that sometimes can be susceptible to these tools you know when someone is attacked in this way a panic set sent right to your effectively told look we're holding all of your data hostage and if you are a city or a hospital you just want to get it back you don't have a lot of time to Google no more ransomware I mean how should people be thinking about this in those moments so I think that's a really good point especially because a lot of these ransom demands have ticking clocks on them they say on twenty four hours if we don't receive your payment we're going to delete all of your files or the ransom is going to increase and so people are often very frenzied and that moment and that's one of the reasons I think it's so important to have a proactive awareness raising campaign around this Josephine wolf is assistant professor cyber security policy at the tufts Fletcher school of law and diplomacy thank you for explaining this to us thanks so much for having me there's a lot of debate and controversy over how long Forsman uses facial recognition technology the FBI says it's an important investigative tool take the case of Walter Yovani Gomez one of America's most wanted criminals and fugitives an alleged member of the vicious MS thirteen gang now capture captured in part because of facial recognition NPR justice reporter Ryan Lucas explains how it all went down back in two thousand eleven Walter your money Gomez wanted to become a full member of the local branch of the MS thirteen street gang in Plainfield New Jersey in may of that year he got his chance gang leaders ordered him to kill a recruitment tool about two day who had allegedly been associating with a rival gang and so after a night of partying with my two day Gomez and an associate beaten with a baseball bat stepped in with a screwdriver and slit his throat police closed in on Gomez in two thousand eleven but he jumped out of a second story window and escaped for six years his trail went cold then in April of twenty seventeen the F. B. I. made an announcement that put Gomez and the national crime spotlight number is the newest addition to the F. B. I.'s ten most wanted fugitives last and up to one hundred thousand dollar reward is available for information leading directly to the arrest of Walter go Bonnie Gomez the move quickly paid off a tipster came for that July claiming to have information on Gomes it felt a special agent Richard Stalin's in the FBI's Washington field office to follow up so Stalin to the gang task force colleague arrange a face to face meeting with the tipster they wanted about the source in make sure as Stalin's puts it they weren't running up a dead tree they quickly determined that they were not he truly was like I know that guy it is I know known by the name that's on the screen Gomez but he no I'm on a different name the tipster point of the FBI to Facebook pages with photos of the man he believed was Gomez agents pulled the photos and sent them to the bureau space services unit there they were run through an FBI database using facial recognition software in search of a match about a week later a match came back but for hazes Lopez center rail center rail hadn't picked up for marijuana possession in twenty fourteen after jumping a metro turnstile in Arlington Virginia his fingerprints and mug shot were taken and then he was released center rail had then failed to appear for his court date so there was a warrant out for his arrest we're kind of baffled and how we got this name so should with our picture but in the picture they had that they associated with them they arrest photo and like that's our guy investigators still felt the tipsters information was solid in part Stalin says because there were other physical identifiers like tattoos that made them think they were on the right track they also had leads to work remember those Facebook pages the tipster provided agents also found several photos of the suspect with a female associate agents use facial recognition software to run the Facebook photos of her through a database of criminal mug shots they came back with a match and an address so the F. B. I. N. officers from the Fairfax county gang task force set up surveillance on her one afternoon in August twenty seventeen officers set up a stake out outside her residence couple hours later I get this call back from their sergeant we got a guy I'll say what and then as I know it's it's our guy and you know first in my mind are you sure because we didn't we didn't know for sure he was here at any point the agents to tail the woman to a gym parking lot in Woodbridge Virginia about twenty miles south of Washington DC and who walks up to her car but a man who looked a lot like Gomez the surveillance team swooped in and arrested him but there was a twist the sergeant on the phone so the man gave his name as Hey just Lopez center rail the same name that the FBI turned up in its facial recognition search when confronted with the evidence investigators had collected the man said that his real name was in fact Walter Yovani Gomez so in showing him actually is top ten most wanted poster and being **** issue he said yes since that night Gomez has pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy and admitted to my two days murder last month a federal judge in New Jersey sentence him to twenty five years in prison Ryan Lucas.

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"National crime spotlight number is the newest addition to the F. B. I.'s ten most wanted fugitives last and up to one hundred thousand dollar reward is available for information leading directly to the arrest of Walter go Bonnie Gomez the move quickly paid off a tipster came for that July claiming to have information on Gomez it felt a special agent Richard Stalin's in the FBI's Washington field office to follow up so Stalin to the gang task force colleague arrange a face to face meeting with the tipster they wanted about the source in make sure as Stalin's puts it they were running up a dead tree they quickly determined that they were not he truly was like I know that guy he says I know known by the name that's on the screen Gomez but he knew I'm on a different name the tipster point of the FBI to Facebook pages with photos of the man he believed was Gomez agents pulled the photos and sent them to the bureau's face services unit there they were run through an FBI database using facial recognition software in search of a match about a week later a match came back but for Hayes use Lopez center rail center rail hadn't picked up for marijuana possession in twenty fourteen after jumping a metro turnstile in Arlington Virginia his fingerprints and mug shot were taken and then he was released center rail had then failed to appear for his court date so there was a warrant out for his arrest we're kind of baffled and how we got this name so she'd with our picture but in the picture they had that they associated with and they arrest photo and like that's our guy investigators still felt the tipsters information was solid in part Stalin says because there were other physical identifiers like tattoos that made them think they were on the right track they also had leads to work remember those Facebook pages the tipster provided agents also found several photos of the suspect with a female associate agents use facial recognition software to run the Facebook photos of her through a database of criminal mug shots they came back with a match and an address so the FBI and officers from the Fairfax county gang task force set up surveillance on her one afternoon in August twenty seventeen officers set up a stake out outside her residence couple hours later I get this call back from their sergeant we got a guy as a what and there is no it's it's our guy and you know the first in my mind are you sure because we didn't we didn't know for sure he was here at any point the agents to tail the woman to a gym parking lot in Woodbridge Virginia about twenty miles south of Washington DC and who walks up to her car but a man who looked a lot like Gomez the surveillance team swooped in and arrested him but there was a twist the surgeon on the phone so the man gave his name is Hades use Lopez center rail the same name that the FBI turned up in its spatial recognition search but when confronted with the evidence investigators had collected the man said that his real name was in fact Walter Yovani Gomez so in showing him actually is top ten most wanted poster and being **** issue he said yes since that night Gomez has pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy and admitted to a two days murder last month a federal judge in New Jersey sentence him to twenty five years in prison Brian Lucas NPR news Washington this is NPR news market place is coming up next and stay with us for the world at six fresher at seven in this American life at eight this evening currently in traffic in the Santa Cruz area three vehicle collision has the southbound lane of highway one blocked and the slow lane there an ambulance.

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"F. dot work from NPR news this is All Things Considered I am Elsa Chang and I'm on the corniche in Texas authorities are dealing with the aftermath of a ransomware attack last week twenty two mostly rural towns had their computer systems locked down by hackers who demanded millions of dollars in ransom experts say attacks like these are on the rise across the US they're targeting both local governments and private companies so what can be done well Josephine will has some thoughts about this she studies cyber security policy at Tufts University she recently wrote an op ed in The New York Times entitled they stole your files you don't have to pay the ransom welcome to all things considered hi thanks so much for having me so first just set the stage for us how common are these kinds of attacks on computer systems for for cities and towns and what happens once that ball gets rolling so it's very hard to put an exact number on how common they are because a lot of the time they go unreported but just in the past couple years we've seen Atlanta we've seen Baltimore we've now seen all of these towns in Texas we've seen a bunch of towns in Florida so even just the ones that do get publicly revealed that we know about it's sort of astonishing how many of them we've seen in just the past two years alone we don't know for sure you said because they don't report but is there a sense that people are paying up there's certainly a sense that people are paying up including public agency victims right we know at least two of the towns in Florida exceeded two fairly steep ransom demands in part because we think they're insurers were covering a large chunk of that cost so definitely it is a situation where even the government actors we would hope would be sort of role models in this are giving into these ransom demands in some cases now you talk about the no more ransom initiative can you tell us more about what it is and how it would help ransomware victims individuals to start to get their data back to the no more ransom project is a collaboration between a bunch of law enforcement agencies primarily in Europe but also all over the world and private companies that develop tools to help people reverse the effects around somewhere without having to pay ransoms and the law enforcement agencies provide an interface for people who've been affected to go online upload one of their encrypted files or the ransom note that's been left behind so they can figure out which strain of ransomware they're dealing with we do know that people are using them we know that they're working not all the time they can be used for every strain of malware but a lot of the time we've seen people able to recover their files this way are these tools that can be applied on a larger scale raid I mean we've been talking about cities and towns dealing with these kinds of attacks absolutely and I think one of the things that has been very frustrating for some of the companies that develop these tools is that none of the US law enforcement agencies have partnered with no more ransom or been willing to advertise our publicize any of these tools on their website so some of the towns and cities in the US may not even know about them even though we know they've been infected by strains of ransomware that sometimes can be susceptible to these tools you know when someone is attacked in this way a panic sets in right to your effectively told look we're holding all of your data hostage and if you are a city or a hospital you just want to get it back you don't have a lot of time to Google no more ransomware I mean how should people be thinking about this in those moments so I think that's a really good point especially because a lot of these ransom demands have ticking clocks on them they say around twenty four hours if we don't receive your payment we're going to delete all of your files or the ransom is going to increase and so people are often very frenzied and that moment and that's one of the reasons I think it's so important to have a proactive awareness raising campaign around this Josephine wolf is assistant professor cyber security policy at the tufts Fletcher school of law and diplomacy thank you for explaining this to us thanks so much for having me there's a lot of debate and controversy over how long Forsman uses facial recognition technology the FBI says it's an important investigative tool take the case of Walter Yovani Gomez one of America's most wanted criminals and fugitives an alleged member of the vicious MS thirteen gang now captured captured in part because of facial recognition and pure justice reporter Ryan Lucas explains how it all went down back in two thousand eleven Walter your money Gomez wanted to become a full member of the local branch of the MS thirteen street gang in Plainfield New Jersey in may of that year he got his chance gang leaders ordered him to kill a recruit name totally about two day who had allegedly been associating with a rival gang and so after a night of partying with my two day Gomez and an associate beaten with a baseball bat stepped in with a screwdriver and slit his throat please close in on Gomez in two thousand eleven but he jumped out of a second story window and escaped for six years his trail went cold that in April of twenty seventeen the F. B. I. made an announcement that put Gomez and the national crime spotlight number is the newest addition to the F. B. I.'s ten most wanted fugitives last and up to one hundred thousand dollar reward is available for information leading directly to the arrest of Walter go Bonnie Gomez the move quickly paid off a tipster came for that July claiming to have information on Gomez it felt a special agent Richard Stalin's in the FBI's Washington field office to follow up so Stalin to the gang task force colleague arrange a face to face meeting with the tipster they wanted about the source in make sure as Stalin's puts it they were running up a dead tree they quickly determined that they were not he truly was like I know that guy he says I know known by the name that's on the screen Gomez but he no I'm on a different name the tipster point of the FBI to Facebook pages with photos of the man he believed was Gomez agents pulled the photos and sent them to the bureau's face services unit there they were run through an FBI database using facial recognition software in search of a match about a week later a match came back but for Hayes use Lopez center rail center rail hadn't picked up for marijuana possession in twenty fourteen after jumping a metro turnstile in Arlington Virginia his fingerprints and mug shot were taken and then he was released center rail had then failed to appear for his court date so there was a warrant out for his arrest we're kind of baffled and how we got this name so should with our picture but in the picture they had that they associated with and they arrest photo and like that's our guy investigators still felt the tipsters information was solid in part Stalin says because there were other physical identifiers like tattoos that made them think they were on the right track they also had leads to work remember those Facebook pages the tipster provided agents also found several photos of the suspect with a female associate agents use facial recognition software to run the Facebook photos of her through a database of criminal mug shots they came back with a match and an address so the F. B. I. N. officers from the Fairfax county gang task force set up surveillance on her one afternoon in August twenty seventeen officers set up a stake out outside her residence couple hours later I get this call back from their sergeant we got a guy as a what and there is no it's it's our guy and you know first in my mind are you sure because we didn't we didn't know for sure he was here at any point the agents to tail the woman to a gym parking lot in Woodbridge Virginia about twenty miles south of Washington DC and who walks up to her car but a man who looked a lot like Gomez the surveillance team swooped in and arrested him but there was a twist the sergeant on the phone so the man gave his name is Hades use Lopez center rail the same name that the FBI turned up in its facial recognition search but when confronted with the evidence investigators had collected the man said that his real name was in fact Walter Yovani Gomez so in showing him actually is top ten most wanted poster and being **** issue he said yes since that night Gomez has pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy and admitted to my two days murder last month a federal judge in New Jersey sentence him to twenty five years in prison Brian Lucas NPR news Washington this is NPR news the US and Iran have been at odds for years but recent tension has some in both countries wondering if a larger confrontation is coming if you'll be soft against Mr trump Mr trump's makes more pressure Steve Inskeep is live from Iran where economic sanctions by the U. S..

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"News this is All Things Considered I'm also Chang and I'm on the corniche in Texas authorities are dealing with the aftermath of a ransomware attack last week twenty two mostly rural towns had their computer systems locked down by hackers who demanded millions of dollars in ransom experts say attacks like these are on the rise across the US they're targeting both local governments and private companies so what can be done well Josephine will has some thoughts about this she studies cyber security policy at Tufts University she recently wrote an op ed in The New York Times entitled they stole your files you don't have to pay the ransom welcome to all things considered hi thanks so much for having me so first just set the stage for us how common are these kinds of attacks on computer systems for for cities and towns and what happens once that ball gets rolling so it's very hard to put an exact number on how common they are because a lot of the time they go unreported but just in the past couple years we've seen Atlanta we've seen Baltimore we've now seen all of these towns in Texas we've seen a bunch of towns in Florida so even just the ones that do get publicly revealed that we know about it's sort of astonishing how many of them we've seen in just the past two years alone we don't know for sure you said because they don't report but is there a sense that people are paying up there's certainly a sense that people are paying up including public agency victims right we know at least two of the towns in Florida exceeded two fairly steep ransom demands in part because we think they're insurers were covering a large chunk of that cost so definitely it is a situation where even the government actors we would hope would be sort of role models in this are giving into these ransom demands in some cases now you talk about the no more ransom initiative can you tell us more about what it is and how it would help ransomware victims individuals to start to get their data back the No Way ransom project is a collaboration between a bunch of law enforcement agencies primarily in Europe but also all over the world and private companies that develop tools to help people reverse the effects of ransomware without having to pay ransoms and the law enforcement agencies provide an interface for people who've been affected to go online upload one of their encrypted files or the ransom note that's been left behind so they can figure out which strain of ransomware they're dealing with we do know that people are using them we know that they're working not all the time they can be used for every strain of malware but a lot of the time we've seen people able to recover their files this way are these tools that can be applied on a larger scale raid I mean we've been talking about cities and towns dealing with these kinds of attacks absolutely and I think one of the things that has been very frustrating for some of the companies that develop these tools is that none of the US law enforcement agencies have partnered with no more ransom or been willing to advertise our publicize any of these tools on their website so some of the towns and cities in the US may not even know about them even though we know they've been infected by strains of ransomware that sometimes can be susceptible to these tools you know when someone is attacked in this way a panic set sent right to your effectively told look we're holding all of your data hostage and if you are a city or a hospital you just want to get it back you don't have a lot of time to Google no more ransomware I mean how should people be thinking about this in those moments so I think that's a really good point especially because a lot of these ransom demands have ticking clocks on them they say around twenty four hours if we don't receive your payment we're going to delete all of your files or the ransom is going to increase and so people are often very frenzied and that moment and that's one of the reasons I think it's so important to have a proactive awareness raising campaign around this Josephine wolf is assistant professor cyber security policy at the tufts Fletcher school of law and diplomacy thank you for explaining this to us thanks so much for having me there's a lot of debate and controversy over how long Forsman uses facial recognition technology the FBI says it's an important investigative tool take the case of Walter Yovani Gomez one of America's most wanted criminals and fugitives an alleged member of the vicious MS thirteen gang now captured captured in part because of facial recognition NPR justice reporter Ryan Lucas explains how it all went down back in two thousand eleven Walter your money Gomez wanted to become a full member of the local branch of the MS thirteen street gang in Plainfield New Jersey in may of that year he got his chance gang leaders ordered him to kill a recruit name totally about two day who had allegedly been associating with a rival gang and so after a night of partying with my two day Gomez and an associate beat him with a baseball bat stepped in with a screwdriver and slit his throat police closed in on Gomez in two thousand eleven but he jumped out of a second story window and escaped for six years his trail went cold that in April of twenty seventeen the F. B. I. made an announcement that put Gomez in the national crime spot like number is the newest addition to the F. B. I.'s ten most wanted fugitives last and up to one hundred thousand dollar reward is available for information leading directly to the arrest of Walter go Bonnie Gomez the move quickly paid off a tipster came for that July claiming to have information on Gomez it felt a special agent Richard Stalin's in the FBI's Washington field office to follow up so Stalin to the gang task force colleague arrange a face to face meeting with the tipster they wanted about the source in make sure S. Stallings puts it they were running up a dead tree they quickly determined that they were not he truly was like I know that guy he says I know known by the name that's on the screen Gomez but he no I'm on a different name the tipster point of the FBI to Facebook pages with photos of the man he believed was Gomez agents pulled the photos and sent them to the bureau's face services unit there they were run through an FBI database using facial recognition software in search of a match about a week later a match came back but for Hayes use Lopez center rail center rail hadn't picked up for marijuana possession in twenty fourteen after jumping a metro turnstile in Arlington Virginia his fingerprints and mug shot were taken and then he was released center rail had then failed to appear for his court date so there was a warrant out for his arrest we're gonna baffled and how we got this name so she was our picture but in the picture they had that they associated with and they arrest photo and like that's our guy investigators still felt the tipsters information was solid in part Stalin says because there were other physical identifiers like tattoos that made them think they were on the right track they also had leads to work remember those Facebook pages the tipster provided agents also found several photos of the suspect with a female associate agents use facial recognition software to run the Facebook photos of her through a database of criminal mug shots they came back with a match and an address so the F. B. I. N. officers from the Fairfax county gang task force set up surveillance on her one afternoon in August twenty seventeen officers set up a stake out outside her residence couple hours later I get this call back from their sergeant we got a guy as a what and there is no it's it's our guy and you know first in my mind are you sure because we didn't we didn't know for sure he was here at any point the agents to tail the woman to a gym parking lot in Woodbridge Virginia about twenty miles south of Washington DC and who walks up to her car but a man who looked a lot like Gomez the surveillance team swooped in and arrested him but there was a twist the sergeant on the phone so the man gave his name is Hades use Lopez center rail the same name that the FBI turned up in its facial recognition search when confronted with the evidence investigators had collected the man said that his real name was in fact Walter you'll Bonnie Gomez so in showing him actually is top ten most wanted poster and being **** issue he said yes since that night Gomez has pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy and admitted to my two days murder last month a federal judge in New Jersey sentence him to twenty five years in prison Brian.

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"Dot org from NPR news this is All Things Considered I am Elsa Chang and I'm on the corniche in Texas authorities are dealing with the aftermath of a ransomware attack last week twenty two mostly rural towns had their computer systems locked down by hackers who demanded millions of dollars in ransom experts say attacks like these are on the rise across the US they're targeting both local governments and private companies so what can be done well Josephine will has some thoughts about this she studies cyber security policy at Tufts University she recently wrote an op ed in The New York Times entitled they stole your files you don't have to pay the ransom welcome to all things considered hi thanks so much for having me so first to set the stage for us how common are these kinds of attacks on computer systems for for cities and towns and what happens once that ball gets rolling so it's very hard to put an exact number on how common they are because a lot of the time they go unreported but just in the past couple years we've seen Atlanta we've seen Baltimore we've now seen all of these towns in Texas we've seen a bunch of towns in Florida so even just the ones that do get publicly revealed that we know about it's sort of astonishing how many of them we've seen in just the past two years alone we don't know for sure you said because they don't report but is there a sense that people are paying up there's certainly a sense that people are paying up including public agency victims right we know at least two of the towns in Florida exceeded two fairly steep ransom demands in part because we think they're insurers were covering a large chunk of that cost so definitely it is a situation where even the government actors we would hope would be sort of role models in this are giving into these ransom demands in some cases now you talk about the no more ransom initiative can you tell us more about what it is and how it would help ransomware victims individuals to start to get their data back the no more ransom project is a collaboration between a bunch of law enforcement agencies primarily in Europe but also all over the world and private companies that develop tools to help people reverse the effects of ransomware without having to pay ransoms and the law enforcement agencies provide an interface for people who've been affected to go online upload one of their encrypted files or the ransom note that's been left behind so they can figure out which strain of ransomware they're dealing with we do know that people are using them we know that they're working not all the time they can be used for every strain of malware but a lot of the time we've seen people able to recover their files this way are these tools that can be applied on a larger scale raid I mean we've been talking about cities and towns dealing with these kinds of attacks absolutely and I think one of the things that has been very frustrating for some of the companies that develop these tools is that none of the US law enforcement agencies have partnered with no more ransom or been willing to advertise or publicize any of these tools on their website so some of the towns and cities in the US may not even know about them even though we know they've been infected by strains of ransomware that sometimes can be susceptible to these tools you know when someone is attacked in this way a panic set sent right to your effectively told look we're holding all of your data hostage and if you are a city or a hospital you just want to get it back you don't have a lot of time to Google no more ransomware I mean how should people be thinking about this in those moments so I think that's a really good point especially because a lot of these ransom demands have chicken pox on them they say around twenty four hours if we don't receive your payment we're going to delete all of your files or the ransom is going to increase and so people are often very frenzied and that moment and that's one of the reasons I think it's so important to have a proactive awareness raising campaign around this Josephine wolf is assistant professor cyber security policy at the tufts Fletcher school of law and diplomacy thank you for explaining this to us thanks so much for having me there's a lot of debate and controversy over how long Forsman uses facial recognition technology the FBI says it's an important investigative tool take the case of Walter Yovani Gomez one of America's most wanted criminals and fugitives an alleged member of the vicious MS thirteen gang now capture captured in part because of facial recognition and pure justice reporter Ryan Lucas explains how it all went down back in two thousand eleven Walter your money Gomez wanted to become a full member of the local branch of the MS thirteen street gang in Plainfield New Jersey in may of that year he got his chance gang leaders ordered him to kill a recruit name totally about two day who had allegedly been associating with a rival gang and so after a night of partying with my two day Gomez and an associate beat him with a baseball bat stepped in with a screwdriver and slit his throat police closed in on Gomez in two thousand eleven but he jumped out of a second story window and escaped for six years his trail went cold that in April of twenty seventeen the F. B. I. made an announcement that put Gomez in the national crime spotlight number is the newest addition to the F. B. I.'s ten most wanted fugitives last and up to one hundred thousand dollar reward is available for information leading directly to the arrest of Walter go Bonnie Gomez the move quickly paid off a tipster came for that July claiming to have information on Gomez it felt a special agent Richard Stalin's in the FBI's Washington field office to follow up so Stalin to the gang task force colleague arrange a face to face meeting with the tipster they wanted about the source in make sure as Stalin's puts it they were running up a dead tree they quickly determined that they were not he truly was like I know that guy it is I know known by the name that's on the screen Gomez but he no I'm on a different name the tipster pointed the FBI to Facebook pages with photos of the man he believed was Gomez agents pulled the photos and sent them to the bureau's face services unit there they were run through an FBI database using facial recognition software in search of a match about a week later a match came back but for Hayes use Lopez center rail center rail hadn't picked up for marijuana possession in twenty fourteen after jumping a metro turnstile in Arlington Virginia his fingerprints and mug shot were taken and then he was released center rail had then failed to appear for his court date so there was a warrant out for his arrest we're gonna baffled and how we got this name so should with our picture but in the picture they had that they associated with and they arrest photo and like that's our guy investigators still felt the tipsters information was solid in part Stalin says because there were other physical identifiers like tattoos that made them think they were on the right track they also had leads to work remember those Facebook pages the tips are provided agents also found several photos of the suspect with a female associate agents use facial recognition software to run the Facebook photos of her through a database of criminal mug shots they came back with a match and an address so the F. B. I. N. officers from the Fairfax county gang task force set up surveillance on her one afternoon in August twenty seventeen officers set up a stake out outside her residence couple hours later I get this call back from their sergeant we got a guy as a what and there is no it's it's our guy and you know the first in my mind are you sure because we didn't we didn't know for sure he was here at any point the agents to tail the woman to a gym parking lot in Woodbridge Virginia about twenty miles south of Washington DC and who walks up to her car but a man who looked a lot like Gomez the surveillance team swooped in and arrested him but there was a twist the sergeant on the phone so the man gave his name is Hades use Lopez center rail the same name that the FBI turned up in its facial recognition search when confronted with the evidence investigators had collected the man said that his real name was in fact Walter Yovani Gomez so in showing him actually is top ten most wanted poster and being **** issue he said yes since that night Gomez has pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy and admitted to a two days murder last month a federal judge in New Jersey sentence him to twenty five years in prison Brian Lucas NPR news Washington you're listening to All Things Considered on WNYC under new rule from the trump administration migrant children could be detained indefinitely the president is defending the controversial move president Obama had separation I'm the one that brought them together this new role will do even more to bring them together coming up we'll hear more from the White.

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