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"ryker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"ryker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's so unprecedented. We just have never had this exact scenario before history in the making on Capitol Hill, Drew Mojo on WBZ Boston's news radio 9 33 still trying to dig our way out from some of these traffic problems this morning. Let's get right to it with Lori Grandee and the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Yeah. You know, the work has to be done. But it does cause delays. And you should be aware of where they are right now. Route to East down. The ramp is closed off to Park Avenue completely closed as a work crew is working in Arlington. So keep that in mind. Also, there, set up on route to East on in Lexington between Dow have and Park Avenue is that work continues. We've had an icing situation and Bill Ryker. That was yesterday, Route three North and by Concord Road. So they're fixing it today, but they have to take up the left and center lanes until about two o'clock this afternoon. It is on the north bound side at it is causing delays through Bill Rick right now on Route three, North bound Now we have that work. That's that continuing on the cape in your meth route six westbound, But you know what? We also had a brush fire there. That's sort of getting under control, and everything did cause some problems with visibility and some curiosity as well. But they're getting it like I said under control, so that's some good news for us. They're downtown Boston. Really. The top of stuff is that Lever connector downdraft. Everything's OK. The Tobin Airport tunnels are looking good for us right now. 24 North bound. Watch out for work crews and student it is stopping Go right now from 1 39 to 93 Laurie Grandi WBC's traffic on the three sunshine for now, here in Boston and 27 degrees, although winter weather advisories are starting to be posted in Worcester County and other portions of southern New England..

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"ryker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:30 min | 5 months ago

"ryker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Wait. So our buddy Joe emailed said. When you said, See you next week, I thought I was abducted by aliens and there was an hour I couldn't account for. Any callers on the line that one out, Josh is on the line. Morning, Josh. How you doing? Morning. Good morning. Is this talent? It is this the one and only Josh. It is I had a question for Alan about Is this the proper time to move my height Rangers? Palin. Oh, I thought that I thought that the sports radio show went off at six this morning. That's good. Let me tell you where it could move your hydrangeas, buddy. I'm headed for the farm big. I got work to do. Yeah. How'd you like that picture that bear? Which I didn't see. Was Victor there? Oh ho ho. Yeah. £537. I wish it was a little better picture. There's a couple other pictures. I'll have to send you. Yeah. What do you think that will not send you ways Now? It was well over six. I have no doubt no doubt at all. Maybe more, maybe more. Definitely you're better at estimating. Yeah, Yeah, well, I mean, I mean, I've seen I've seen big bears and I've seen photos of big bears and that you know when you're up close and personal, I mean, That there was If there was just so fat. I couldn't even tell your legs. You know that was the that was a little short legged bear. You know, I'm not a good joke. I've seen. I've seen big bears in Canada that are just absolutely amazing. Course I've always shot the smaller you know, before I see the bigger one, but First time first time I was up there. I saw £400 bear at 50 yards, and I mean, it was immense and then 2nd 2nd time I was up. I had a bear on the ground and walked out. See if I could contact anybody. And Bruno was walking up. The Bruno was walking up the trail towards me. I mean, he looked he looked like his brisket was almost on the ground. He had his squat front legs. You know, the bow legged front legs and just, you know, On and the night before that I had seen a big boar come in just a dark and he dwarfed everything else. It was that was there so Yeah, Yeah. Big bears are pretty amazing to see no question. Oh, yeah, Well, I tell you something. This is the first year that I've ever had a camera game camera. Right? Oh, and I've been working on her farm. You know what I've been trying to accomplish. What You know, I've never had and I guess you would call it like inventory of Buck. Right? Game cameras are game changers. No question. You know, you actually No, I'm not going to. I'm not going to shoot that eight because I know what else is here. You know, it's um It's almost kind of sickening because I'm a little addicted to it. You know? What now, do you have the picture sent to your phone? Yes, I did. Ah, You're distracted all day, then. Yeah, I would like to be able to afford to do that. But I don't want to advertise it. Have him text you the name You text me text me the brand name? Yeah. I mean, they're getting very affordable actually, and you could turn them on and off and knocked a year off everything that's cool. It's not bad. Not bad at all right now, Listen, take care, buddy. Get out there and get that book that you must now are you hunting today? Now I'm working on that. All my Oh, my God. My tractor up there. I've got equipment up there and I need to bring it back for wintertime. Yeah, well, you you need to get out there and both interrupt because it's happening now. I know, I know. I know. Just taking a have a have a fall. 30 season up there right now. So I decide what I want, Teo. Alright, buddy. Take care. Please send him that. Bye bye. It's stuck. Carl. Good morning, Karl. Order, Mister 11 hard. I'm good. Good. Have I even doing great? You know that's good. Any deer yet in the freezer bin out, maybe three times now and I've seen one and just saw me before I fell. It. Otherwise I had him come running up to me there to brush and take off because they didn't like what they saw. Yeah, I had a very close encounter last night. Let's say 12 to 15 yards. He was a nice book. He was a nice buck. But you know, you got to pay attention rather than text your wife on the phone about squirrels. You know, sometimes you gotta talk about them. Crazy World, man. Well, there was this squirrel was stealing his corn corn. I said two boxes of Cobb's out here in the yard. A while back to eventually take up to the farm, and the squirrels broke into it. Tour the side off the crate wouldn't create now they're now they're reaching in and pulling out the whole cubs. I'm just gonna let him have him. And in this world, this girl was wild looking. We call him Pepe. He's he's black and white. I mean, just wild looking. Anyway way have harvested a black for before, and he sits on the wall at my grandmother's house. There you go. You cool? The white one is yet ever. I've seen one and really life where he was. He was in a community. We've got in everywhere from pure white to smoke, Tio. Brad, Black and way too grey and white. I mean, there's just all kind of just all kinds of really Colin Nations here. There's black scrolls with sable colored tails. It's just amazing. All anyone will make me with some of the stuff. They do, let alone the colors. They are. That's exactly right. So well. Good luck out there, buddy. I know you just called to get the muzzle loader contest and I hope you win. Now, if I do I do with the another one that the collection I think I got four thing I got to side hammers and two in lines. Might have a possible one in the future. Just got Kidman. Mrs. Let me get it. Well, you you got You got a good you've got a good selection there. Muzzle loaders. I have I have Ah, similar well. A similar quick listen to your show this morning because unfortunately Go on you because I'm sitting behind the dear. I'm going because I got to go in here to work. Gotta go to work. Carl. Take care, buddy. Yeah. You guys have a good one. Have you, sir? And Miss Robin? You enjoy cutting your vegetables later? Yeah, that's gonna be great. Can't wait. I can't. And it's not too bad. I know the pain. All right, Karl. Take care. But you have a great day. Thanks. Bye bye. All right. Anybody else there, Mr Chris? No, sir, But I think maybe it might be a good idea to go ahead and do the second break. Get it out of the way we have Ah, last minute flurry of Colin's already I could certainly do that. Well, I have to tell the folks about Clyde Sports shop for more time. Clyde's has not only the browning great browning firearms we talked about, but he carries a lot of other different models as well. For any type of hunting. The self defense firearms are still in short supply. The manufacturer's haven't got caught up. There's a limited supply of handguns. If you'd like to take a look at that, But you know, with this primitive muzzleloader season coming up in February, well You know, Clyde's carries the other brand, the tops and center brand. But if you look at the accessories, and I was looking the other day, they've got a whole selection of Round balls and patches for 50 54 45 calibre 58 caliber For those of you who want to take a step back into back to the future, I guess or whatever. But The primitive season is flintlock. Is, um Percussion cap, which Carl called side hammer for the muzzle loaders. And then it's long bows and Ryker boats so I don't know no longer but only three couple Rekers and I own a really nice Percussion cap. A couple of my own a few flintlock so Shoot a round ball in those traditional firearms and round balls are readily available. Clyde Sports shop So check that out the black powder. I couldn't talk to Mr Clyde. The other day I did talk to, but he was in the midst of a A T F black powder inspection, So I had to make sure all the teaser crossed in. The eyes are dotted on that one. So they've got the powder bullets. They've got the expertise to help you out with.

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"ryker" Discussed on X96

X96

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"ryker" Discussed on X96

"But this is not a joke. This is not an exaggeration. Bye bye Bags of candy Every year. We then end up eating the candy. No one ever comes to this house trick or treating. Because They might this year if a lot of people aren't passing out candy. You're Your house might look more attractive to people to treat well. He doesn't have a sign. Let's go there doesn't my question is Has your sign arrived yet? No, it's supposed to see that's the thing. It's a sign that Dana had to spend money for when she could have written something on a piece of cardboard with a magic marker. No one looks at that. They looked. They looked at it professionally made sign. That was $12. And they promise delivery in time for Halloween. Your husband know how you fritter the money away dollars and I will save because we'll have to deal with this next year to $12 Gina. It's only $12 that if that leads to $24 leads to $2400 that leads to half a million dollars before you know it spent on crap. It's not crap. This is a effective sign imparting information. It comes with a lawn stand, honey. Where's that sign you bought last year? I don't know. I don't know where it is. What do you mean? Well, we'll have to buy another one. Hopefully, we won't need it. All right. Well, let's get this thing underway. We'll take a break. We'll be back. Check in with us. If you like. 87760296960, please do 877. 6029 up. 8776 sounds wrong to me all of a sudden, but that's it. Right. 7/7 that ever happen to you? You know, it's right. But then it sort of sounds wrong anyway, 877629696 are you going trick or treating or or conversely, How are you going to deal with Ryker treaters that come to your house? Have you purchased a $12 Sign 877629696. Back after these On Halloween day. It's another Larry.

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"ryker" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"ryker" Discussed on WJR 760

"Okay, I'm going to tell you something is my fault. I take full responsibility for this. And I'm goingto ask youto hold on. And Dave Ryker will be talking to you here and trying to keep you through the brake. Okay, Because we've got Teo check out W. J. R's traffic and weather Right now we've got a whole audience, depending on the information that's coming your way from rich Lisinski. This report is sponsored by Compassion International. We're all feeling the weight of Cove in 19, but for kids in poverty around the world, things are becoming desperate. Join compassion International and provide for a family in poverty. Make your one time $40 gift text hope 283393. An accident blocks two lanes on I 94 westbound on Mount Elliot Street that's causing Staffan go traffic from grass. An Avenue west plane is also blocked on the eastbound side of 94 by an accident that's just east of Mount Elliot himself out. I 75 ramp to Rochester rode a scheduled to close until 6 p.m. Friday for construction Now, W J R Weather first from Channel cloudy 50 degrees. I'm Rich Luzinski. W. J. R news in two minutes on the right Chris Baldwin's signal savings at Royal Brian Ford find an excellent selection of new pre owned and courtesy program vehicles during our October sales event. Visit us in person or online. It Royal brand that camp are timesaving fast track feature empowers you to acquire your next vehicle remotely on your schedule this fall warm up with two new buddies pizzas. Feel the heat with the Buffalo Chicken pizza topped with marinated chicken, onions and our motor city cheese blend, served with the hot sauce Drizzle and made for dipping into buddies. Homemade rancher blue cheese dressings, then end on a sweet note with the buddies knew.

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"ryker" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

05:32 min | 7 months ago

"ryker" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"It was like, oh man, I have to do my chores. It was just the way it was back then I'm so grateful for that too. Cuz I have an awesome work ethic and I I blame my mom. Yes. Yeah. It's so important and the other thing too that I'm like grateful for that is dead. You know, my parents were working a lot. Right? So I I kind of grew up in that environment of seeing both my parents be entrepreneurs and you know, Balancing that work life parent life. So that was kind of really cool and I feel like has helped me, you know where I'm at now being a mom and a Juggle so your kids are five and seven, right? Yes. So Ryker is 7 and then my youngest Brig he's going to be five in October two, boys. So if you make them dig holes and pull weeds good. I really know I don't we do have you know, I do Implement like chore charts and things along that nature but no, I don't have them Deadpool's. I know yeah me neither. We makes it I do make them very independent but I gotta admit I don't make them work as hard as I did a kid. I'm wondering if I'm going to regret that so far. It's been okay my oldest ones, but I sometimes think do I need to make the work a little harder. It's such a different generation now, you know with like a dog Technology like back in the day, you know for fun, we would just go outside and ride our bikes and be gone until you know, it was dark outside and you know, didn't really have to worry about things but with such a different way of living now all the time cuz yeah, we my mom was like, okay see you at dinner and explain. I don't know. Well you I know that our audience just got to be dying to know about how such a brand new agent year-and-half is pretty brand new in my eyes and be so like going already twelve tracks is your first year contract for 24 give us some background..

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"ryker" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"ryker" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Alright. It rolling right along. You know, people are weird. What You know, you know weird people are weird now and I'll give you one example. Okay, Wait a second. Hang on. Call wife after work use. Remind me something. Okay? Go ahead, including my son. He's a psychopath and psychopaths and he may I saw him make a peanut butter sandwich yesterday, Okay? And he put peanut butter on 1/2 and then he put peanut butter on the other piece of bread. What's wrong with that? That makes total surface. Makes total sense. Now, why would you put peanut butter on each slice? Make it evenly distributed or your psycho. What do you put them all on one. You put it all on one slide. It's double peanut butter that way, Right? It's more evenly spread is not going to tell me. I'm the psycho because I put it on one dark slice. Listen to how you're talking If it walks like an Italian psycho, I thank you, my son and all of you that put peanut butter on Both pieces are psychopaths And that is the Benetti way Everyone else is wrong. Why you are Why would you waste time? Just put the peanut Put her on one slice. I wasn't wasted time. Why wouldn't you just put it on one slice? And how much time is that say that put it all in one. Half the time. Are you toasting the bread? No, No. Yes. All you've got to toast the peanut butter own who have never tried that I've got a trumpet. But Mourning is fantastic. Really? Only by those if you buy those really tiny chocolate chips, Yeah, just kind of put the tiny just a couple of them on there. Spread him out, like make it Where have I been? I don't know. Let's take a break and go in your kitchen chip, but too busy eating toe LA pee at every meal. That's what you don't know that about. My bills are the same pills every single day eggs in the morning. Chicken and collard greens in the afternoon. Tilapia tilapia I get if you're going to put jelly on the other side, which I've never done, I don't do PB and J no PB I don't do that J part so they I get that if you put jelly on the other slice, but I don't understand why you would put it on both sets A P B and B. Right? Just put that amount off one slice? No, because it is not evenly distributed. Oh, my God. All right, So remember how I told you that if you have Google play, that's what a lot of droids people have. That's how this into your music, Your albums, your records and now your fault, Right? I spit Good Lord. How many hours and months? Transferring my music over to Google play because I thought, you know what If you Google is never going to work, Okay, I'll do it. I'm in. So I did. And then all of a sudden it comes out that Google play is going away A CZ early as early as September. You can download a warrant is really putting doors on your ZOON player. Yes, And as early as October, you won't be able to use Google play anymore, so says Here's what you do. Here's what you do so typical. You transfer your music from Google play over the YouTube YouTube and it made sense. Cool old YouTube. So that's when if you remember a couple of days ago, I ask. Does anyone have a nine year old? I could borrow to help you do? Yes, you somehow some way They made it easy enough for me to switch my music over. You all know I love music. This is how long it took for my music to transfer. How long? 5.5 days. I had so much music. It took 5.5. My gosh. Five have days it took to get my crap turned over. Song takes about four seconds to download. I know, but I forgot How many like you? Days or much worth of its told me at one point how many it was, like in months worth of music I had or something. Oh, my God is ridiculous, but it's done now. My point is, if you have Google play, and that's what you listen to switch it over because they got to do it to the last second. Yeah. It's it's hard to figure out how how to listen to your music. I heart obviously has a great app where you could listen to all the radio stations and they have all the music. I think there's a thing called spring breaker. Breaker right there, So I don't know Ryker. My kids have and they share an account. So you knocked the wire by spring. No media. Tell that dumb as to put the wire back into the speaker. So, yes, so I think it's like $10 a month. They all share the password. So there's three of them. So they say, spend $3 a month and they have and they have all the music the world's ever made. Yeah. But well, see, I like listening to some maps. You can't like. Listen to the album from the start of the album into the end, the album was all the way through one of those old school weirdo. Some people they don't give that option. All right, let's talk about kid stuff while you talk about APS and tic tac in and all this other business. Ah, one of the top trick, Ted. Trends for the Halloween costumes in 2020. I don't think we have Halloween, you know? Whoa! That that is a That's a great discussion we're gonna have in the next couple of weeks of how are we going to do Halloween? I love Halloween. There'll be house parties. If those look because I dread it. First thing I'd do is put a sign on my door that says on ly Children and extremely politically incorrect costumes with candy from this house this year. I guess if any of them come and knock on the old dudes door that hates kids come to the door to this thing or just second coffin..

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"ryker" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"ryker" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"That's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two I just want to take a minute to talk to you about one of the craziest things that's happened over the last couple years this movement to release prisoners and about a prisoner that was recently released from Ryker's island because we were worried that he might get corona virus I thought we were supposed to be releasing non violent criminals do you think that is not what we were told non violent middles what is going to be convicted of rape rape is not a nonviolent crime right and within ten days he got arrested again for sexually assaulting a woman in Brooklyn his name is Robert Pondexter this is this is absolutely insane that that just happens he is completely crazy and the reaction of the mayor the reaction of the mayor was very simply to say oh gosh she couldn't believe it this is this is it's unconscionable I mean this guy's got to be on Mars right it's unconscionable that writers island inmates who were released due to core corona virus are committing new crimes I think it's unconscionable just on a human level the folks will show mercy and this is what some of them have done this is guy kidding I mean this is a rapist it is he's gonna he's gonna have a conscience what what do you think they're in prison because they have consciousness and also some of these non violent crimes do you consider nonviolent these drug dealers okay they get caught for the drug dealing but the drug dealing is surrounded by violence somebody's going to shoot you you're gonna shoot somebody somebody's going to beat the heck out of you because you didn't pay your gonna beat the heck out of somebody because they haven't paid so when you when you see a drug crime unless we were talking about a user we see a seller in prison you by and large have got yourself a violent criminal and by the way a lot of the users also have to do stick ups and hold up some burglaries to get the money to buy the drugs idiot and you'll put him back on the street while the city is virtually empty all the concerts are involved in so many other things it's really hard to pay attention I mean that's why you get an article in the New York Post on Sunday subways now just mobile shelters you look at the subway too disgusting and now people have gone and taken pictures and photos and too bad we can't show it to you it's disgusting an eighty four MG eight workers have died anybody care about them it says here one transit workers says it's dirtier than it's ever been at any time and boy when I became mayor I can tell you it was they were pretty damn dirty the subway has become a filthy deadly homeless shelter on rails according to transit workers so I don't know what is the buzz is doing but we'll talk about him a little bit more later on the phone with us now is best selling author well I guess he's not is not quite here yet so I will I will continue and point out one other thing remember remember to Bosnia's other great idea that new Yorkers should read on each other last week you said if you see somebody without their masks without the Mexicano you see somebody you know within six feet of snow come on read on him will give us some and that will put him in jail or is the people who want to put in jail not the one to rape let the people who rape out what so we we've had a seventy thousand seven hundred forty five report and other driving force from crazy and then of course they getting a lot of crazy ones as well but I mean something is really really wrong with this guy said on the phone with us now is best selling author and filmmaker Dinesh d'souza Dinesh thank you very very much for joining us on seventy seven WABC it's a real pleasure great to be on the show to be with you didn't do this I got a look in line with your book about socialism I was wondering if I had my way off base or is there an element to this shut down we're it it's kind of like the preview of socialism the authoritarian side of socialism and then they seem to want to keep they want it people are not working the government supporting them theoretically and then the government is telling them what to do from the minute they wake up in the morning to the minute they go to bed at night yes it's actually very strange because normally in this country we have very limited experience of real socialism my wife is from Venezuela and so she's often talking about the empty shelves in the grocery store is that all you find is catch up or they have long lines or there are limits on what you can buy and there is a constriction of civil liberties and so all of this is sort of the a radical until it happens here and then now wonder coronavirus what we see we see grocery stores putting limits on toilet paper and even milk when I was growing up in India which was at that time a socialist country we had a ration card and they would say you can only get so much cooking oil you can only buy so much rice my family was on a seven year wait to get a phone so today if you tell people if they look at you as the no you're insane but that's why I think in a weird way this coronavirus crisis has given us a little bit of an unpleasant foretaste temporarily of what so is that socialism would feel like permanently yeah I think that's true and the I was surprised at first the people accepted it so easily but boy they really frighten the living daylights out of them and now now the latest I'm sorry about that and now and now what I can see now is a great deal of restlessness and a great deal of discomfort with the the restrictions that have been placed on on people but at first I think they've done a pretty good job of frightening people out of their minds like if they just got your near somebody they were going to die this is true I think this is the way in which the left of have become specialists in the politics of fear I mean if we think back Broughty United will both go back to the nineteen seventies and eighties I came to America in the late seventies so at that time the world was running out of food remember the limit yes Sir and then in the eighties it became that the ozone layer is dissipating and there's nuclear terror and nuclear winter and so we were all supposed to get in line over that done now with the with climate change and and coronavirus so in every case there is a kind of a an artificial panic and in that panic we're supposed to forget our common sense to all of the bill of rights and kind of do what they tell you and of course the real irony is that trump is the one who is you know trump was supposed to be the dictator but he hasn't acted in a dictatorial fashion at all meanwhile these democratic mayors and governors have proven to be just a little it'll go job it is if you're willing no that's really true and you know it's very tight your book is very timely United States to socialism and out to tell us a little about it about the the the theme of the book for for people who who are interested in getting it yeah the book is the book comes out in June so you can pre order it now a writer you know off my website or anywhere and essentially what I notice is that socialism which has been this taboo this kind of bad word in American politics no Democrat for example in earlier elections would openly identify with socialism but now you find that socialism is not just confined to the squad and Bernie it's migrated into the mainstream of the Democratic Party and of course it's embraced to a large degree by the media and by Hollywood which are two of the big megaphones of the political left so suddenly if you talk about something like look at you know free healthcare for illegals now I don't think a single Democrat would have been for that going back a couple of right now all of them are for it and that tells you that the socialists viruses not just an out liar anymore it's become something that we have to contend with so so how do you account for the fact that when push came to shove they ran away from Bernie I think they ran away from Bernie for purely tactical reasons you could almost say that they gave their sort of tongue to bite in but they're hard to Bernie and what I mean by that is that the with Bernie that he was a little too explicit he ran around saying things like you know I'm going to raise the top rate to seventy five percent so I think the Democrats realize socialism is new what we need is to implemented through creeping socialism and not overt socialism soul with a guy like bite into seems harmless of guy seems like he's in a rocking chair you don't even know what's going on in some ways that's an ideal candidate because he's not going to scare people and meanwhile the Democrats say will just treat him like a puppet will manipulate him rather than the other way around we're talking with Dinesh d'souza on seventy seven WABC so do you see do you see him moving more to the left meeting Biden moving more to the left to try and make sure there's no revolution by the Bernie people I think he already has when Biden started out he emphatically said that he supported obamacare he was not going to go in the direction of Medicare for all he rejected this idea of free college he was he was trying to stake out a relatively moderate position in the Democratic Party but now with Bernie on unison's breathing down his neck and under Bernie supporters being essential for Biden's coalition Biden is it into unleashed his own free college plan and so I see Biden moving a normally it's customary for someone once they are essentially a shoo in for the nomination to move to the center but if you look at Biden's movement it has essentially been left word consistently as well Dennis your commentary on this is is really very very special and very important and I really urge people to get that book and every time I see you on television I hear a good rational explanation and that's something that calls us back to what our country is all about and we gonna need more that thank you so much Dinesh I really appreciate your coming on thank you very much it's been a pleasure I wanna hear from you now you call me at.

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Activists push for the release of vulnerable inmates from prisons

BBC World Service

03:37 min | 1 year ago

Activists push for the release of vulnerable inmates from prisons

"Well some prisoners are expected to walk out of prison from this Tuesday in New Jersey the Chief Justice announced on Sunday that up to one thousand inmates will be released to reduce the high risk of contamination in prison according to The New York Times no other state has taken such sweeping action but the other cities including New York Cleveland Tulsa under Klopp in Oklahoma have moved to release a sick or vulnerable detainees I spoke to a former inmates now advocates of prison reform Vidal Goodman in New York City and he gave me an idea of the conditions on right because Ireland is horrible right exactly is built on trash the simple when it rains the trash from Ryker's actually ha goals next to beaches and stuff like that people can smell it close to their homes are we getting in there and the the crux offices don't even drink the water when you talk about rats and roaches oh my god beyond disgusting so you're basically describing a cesspit of illness of fleas for disease on book TV tell me about the living arrangements in writers so you had dormitories individuals who are like No sales but you can keep someone in dorm for thirty to forty fifty people so there's two different type of places where people can actually you know live at and I was in both places so basically if someone sick in the door commentary that means you're probably going to be sick if someone sick in the cell maybe you can get sick because you're going to be what everyone in the day room and now we've heard that New Jersey will release as many as one thousand people from its jails and president trump has also said that some non violent prisoners could be released what do you think about that Arron Arron release forty five thousand for now people that they had incarcerated in New York City they released like around twenty seven people we know how the corona viruses and we know how impacted people are we know how bad it can really get them even when I was on writers are just not prepared for me I'm at a level where like as much people need to be released from what you're saying makes sense you feel like they could do a lot more these are human beings and I think that another part about it is that we're talking my regular almond majority of some people in there are still awaiting trial even if they get sentenced and sent somewhere else that doesn't mean that the person supposed to suffer because of the chrome vice let me tell you something like I'd been in facilities where you're talking about six feet away from each other that is non existing facilities especially like records on other places I knew this was gonna happen like the coronavirus is going to hit our facilities especially on prison and jail the most part the suspected what good was just suspect valium this is just the beginning yes and the only thing about it is like we're putting spotlights on LA New York Washington but imagine the facilities and and and down south okay so what is a recommendation to control the coronavirus he met the jail system in the US I think the most important part is people were violated for parole probation they need to stop at a small percentage of it is people who had did crime and the largest percentage of people missing curfew or felony drug tests and that is the growing in population in America the parole and probation system so that's a start first right vidoe

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"ryker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"ryker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Yeah he turned sixty eight yesterday and he got to you or he got he turned sixty eight I guess today and gets to celebrate in prison now where he's been out of town at a maximum security prison but that's only a holding pattern I he hasn't it has not been determined which prison he is going to be camped at okay so he's in reikers jail right now and then they're going to figure out what prison he goes to from there no he he was in reikers going back and forth because he has the health problems and everything they they don't want to just designate him out of Ryker's to a permanent facility so they've moved him to this so Wendy correctional facility where they they have a good a medical component there where they can do a full medical evaluation to help them decide where to house him permit got it okay he's getting an extra step that somebody without all the health problems wouldn't have all right let's and I don't think any more than any other inmate along those lines with the same medical problems right he's not getting special treatment this is what we can do it anybody who had the problems he raps all right now let's move on but first we take a break and let's check in with the general thousand dollar checks could be in the mail to millions of Americans in less than a month under a bill in the trump administration is pitching to Congress the best part of an economic stimulus package to help in this financial crisis of the corona virus pandemic European official who was the agency's main.

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"ryker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"ryker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Still enjoy your say police just keep your distance okay after a short stint and Ryker's convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein headed for the downstate correctional facility that's in Fishkill New York his prison consultant he is a consultant Craig rough build confirmed with The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday I've never heard of that facility the downstate correctional facility and where is Fishkill New York so this facility is a reception classification center for the prison system while he's there it's going to be determined which long term correctional facility meets his or her security medical mental health and other needs that's how they go about it that's according to the general guidelines for prisoners so my only considerations whether the crime was violent a prior history the length of sentence prior employment and behavior and he got whacked with what twenty three years generally prisoners you face six plus years get maximum security prisons Weinstein faces twenty three well being housed at the center while things are being determined wind Steen will get a shower delousing treatment shave and a haircut it'll be shown an orientation video that must be delightful a suicide prevention video in a gender specific version of the film ending sexual abuse behind the walls in orientation I'm sure he had nothing to do with that production he saw his consultant told T. HR that a normal status for weeks and he'll have two weeks of intake and processing right now in the meantime once teams being hit with lawsuits being filed by an unnamed woman who said he forced her into sex that's according to TMZ another lawsuit coming suit was filed in LA and the plaintiff is joining several others who said that Weinstein traded sex for promised roles in his films now she claims that he threatened to blacklist her if she didn't comply and demanded that she call him king believe it or not so allegedly doesn't just ask for performance he asks for proper Nick names and titles to the Senate's working on the next phase of legislative response to the corona virus what could be trillions in dollars a trillion dollar package to help small businesses airlines why we're bailing them out still remains a mystery an individual Americans hit hard by the coronavirus those of the people we should be centering on his boxers Mike Emanuel Nebraska Republican senator Ben Sasse says it would be smart to give money to governors who know how best to help main street our governors know how to build public private partnerships Congress doesn't our governors knows so much better than we do what their work force needs were before the coronavirus struck Senate Democrats are also offering suggestions about how best to help those harmed economically by corona virus West Virginia Democrat senator Joe Manchin laid out some ideas on CNN if you want to help working people make sure you check the waiting period off and expand on unemployment comp where we have a system in place if you want to help small businesses make sure you take all the red tape off and be able to get capital into small businesses hands on Capitol Hill Mike Emanuel fox news twenty minutes after seven o'clock back to the highways we go careful out there said slippery lights on please here is John him with jobs report is being brought to you by compassion international that accident allowed for ninety five north at one seventeen and more work left shoulder get by that good to go up towards Thurber's Avenue tap of the brakes either side of ninety five by.

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Harvey Weinstein transferred to N.Y. state prison amidst new lawsuits against him

Ron St. Pierre

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Harvey Weinstein transferred to N.Y. state prison amidst new lawsuits against him

"Okay after a short stint and Ryker's convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein headed for the downstate correctional facility that's in Fishkill New York his prison consultant he is a consultant Craig rough build confirmed with The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday I've never heard of that facility the downstate correctional facility and where is Fishkill New York so this facility is a reception classification center for the prison system while he's there it's going to be determined which long term correctional facility meets his or her security medical mental health and other needs that's how they go about it that's according to the general guidelines for prisoners so my only considerations whether the crime was violent a prior history the length of sentence prior employment and behavior and he got whacked with what twenty three years generally prisoners you face six plus years get maximum security prisons Weinstein faces twenty three well being housed at the center while things are being determined wind Steen will get a shower delousing treatment shave and a haircut it'll be shown an orientation video that must be delightful a suicide prevention video in a gender specific version of the film ending sexual abuse behind the walls in orientation I'm sure he had nothing to do with that production he saw his consultant told T. HR that a normal status for weeks and he'll have two weeks of intake and processing right now in the meantime once teams being hit with lawsuits being filed by an unnamed woman who said he forced her into sex that's according to TMZ another lawsuit coming suit was filed in LA and the plaintiff is joining several others who said that Weinstein traded sex for promised roles in his films now she claims that he threatened to blacklist her if she didn't comply and demanded that she call him king believe it or not so allegedly doesn't just ask for performance he asks for proper Nick names and

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"ryker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"ryker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Because he's in such poor health now granted remember what I told you that he fell at Ryker's so he went from a hospital to reikers island to the jail he fell there apparently when he was trying to walk on his own as they say could you know as you've seen him he's been in a walk or with a Walker and so now we've been in infirmary or wise and that where he was being checked for a concussion because apparently they say he fell on his head so does he walk into court today did you have a bandage on his head I don't know is he scraped up I don't know did you have his Walker probably so did they try and make him look as you know frail and fragile of the man as they possibly can I mean the guy is sixty seven years old but he is he looks rough based on this hunched over Walker clad you know possibly bruised up guy if that's the guy that they portray and their defense is Hey our guys not gonna make it even the five years if you send some to the minimum is just the judge take that into consideration I don't know or is the judge thinking in the back of his mind Hey it was a really well you know well times fall I don't know you never know then there with these weird stories that came out yesterday where you had apparently Harvey Weinstein desperately tried to get some of the country's most powerful billionaires to help him keep his job with the movie studio that he co founded this according to court filings that were unsealed yesterday one scene apparently emailed New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and the CEO of Goldman Sachs and others to plead for help as he was being engulfed by the me too scandal in early October one seed wrote in a form letter sent from his email account at the Weinstein company my board is thinking of firing me all I'm asking for is let me take a leave of absence and get into heavy therapy and counseling whether it be in a facility or someplace else and allow me to resurrect myself with a second chance and he also said a lot of the allegations are false so if you could write a letter backing me getting me the time away I need and stating your opposition to the board firing me it would help then also apparently in these court papers was another email that suggested Jennifer Aniston should be killed upon learning that the national Enquirer was planning to report Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted her and so I guess this is that between us by Weinstein's spokesman in him one seed spokeswoman the forwarded him an email that said not sure if you saw this when Jennifer Aniston and she said Jennifer confided to a friend that during the production of the movie derailed Weinstein sexually assaulted her by pressing up against her back and grabbing her buttocks the Enquirer said though through the years he would frequently stare at her and make her uncomfortable and I guess after reading this after forty five minutes getting email Weinstein used his phone to send a message back to you his spokesperson and said Jennifer and Jen Aniston should be killed is all that plane today can it I don't know this is Gail vying K. O. as C. H. D. to Los Angeles what I do know is that robin banks is checking your drive and she's looking at the one oh five this time yes south LA on the one of five eastbound at Crenshaw Boulevard got a wreck with an overturn is blocking the offramp it's in the left lane of the offering but they block the offramp C. not gonna be able to exit at Crenshaw Boulevard eastbound you don't look too bad on the one oh five west bound side slowing down to look for that commute out jams up right around the one ten K. find this guy sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com Jeff boss closure on the five all right good deal yes good morning could just join us our Robinson trying to warn everybody about this but a major problem unfolding right now because they act north five at Parker road all northbound traffic must leave the freeway all lanes are shut down now it's a bad crash involving a couple of rakes it happened up much earlier just a little bit before the one thirty eight other backups are horrendous if you drive into the Parker road closure I think about using a one to one and possibly the north fourteen up to the one thirty eight but what were confused about right now I'm trying to get some hard information is if you can access the north five from the one thirty eight we know you can do it from government post road but will I have some more information coming up on this again want to one through venture that might help you or the north fourteenth departs north entered an accent visit super woman super lawyer dot com Jeff bokeh find this guy and you can always let us know if you see something eight eight eight five hundred five thousand three okay fine this guy helps get you there faster a robin banks this hour KFI is sponsored by some luxe southern California's best value in solar dial pound two fifty and say some locks you are under Cinco whether I'm.

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"ryker" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"ryker" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Was injured in jail he fell down at Ryker's as says spokesperson said that he has been having dizzy spells his heart is dropping his head is throbbing and now he's stent operation so yeah I don't know if you get a good blood flow maybe maybe not I don't know Ryker's is the last place Harvey Weinstein wants to be so now he's in the infirmary which is probably better it's probably a little bit better than being in a jail cell but speaking you're better price of gasoline here in California down about three thirty a gallon around the rest of the country what's it now it's been but down twenty Jersey it's two twenty nine yeah going down down down a good for everybody except the people owned gas and oil stocks and that's not good news for them but they'll go back up hold on hold your horses ten before the hour here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an island and a Chevy Democrat New Jersey to look so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar turn up the radio to drown out the sounds of your squeaking brakes come on you know you're guilty if you're.

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"ryker" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"ryker" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I haven't heard that he's somewhere other than value so right now he is a little bit not being treated like most prisoners who I think would have been taken to Ryker's period hard stop and we are all waiting for free news that he's there when he gets there he's going to be asked he's going to ask to be put into protective custody his lawyers made that request yesterday because he is he's a vulnerable person he will be all right let's go to Rachel who's in Silver Spring Maryland joining us on the line Rachel you have concerns about Holly world Hollywood in that world of powerful people in power moves that Harvey Weinstein came from yes I was thinking about recent cases like beaches quarries who are have been trying for years to come out and tell their story and then held back and the other women who've been talking about this casting couch front death years it's almost you know been considered a joke but I'm hoping now that along with the general public believing women March a place where you're feeling this house that remains who use their roles to ruin careers sales well I think we lost Rachel but I but I get her point Deborah left the me too movement is about structural and institutional change we talk about juries believing women about the imperatives of me too filtering into Jerry so that it gets into the courtroom and the evidence is believed or D. A.'s believing the evidence when when detectives bring it to them this is another massive American institution I don't know how much it's changing I don't know if you have a feel for it well it has been willing to look at the policy changes so it should make a difference like not allowing producers to have meetings where they purport to be doing screening in hotel rooms things that are just common sense and not to be able to say that they can conduct their business wherever whenever they want in situations that leave young actresses vulnerable so there are there are there is evidence that there is going to be structural change but the the jury in this case absolutely rejected the notion that this is business as usual this is just the casting couch culture it's transactional the women they would that they were getting what they were getting bye bye having course sex with Harvey Weinstein and the the jury rejected that out of him but I mean think about how bizarre this is that his lawyer in two thousand and twenty was making that argument and expecting that people on the jury would be receptive to it and this was at a rejection entirely of these kind of tropes Donald return notes said that she had never been sexually assaulted because she would quote never put herself in such a position endeavor before we take a quick break what did you make I mean people really marveled at her tactics both inside the courtroom and the outside media strategy these incendiary remarks that she had to know we're going to get her covered in outlandish way what do you make of it well I'm not sure that it was theater on her part I think she's a true believer and it was outrageous she did things that were clear violations the court rule I'm sure at her client's behest in suggestion and urging all right you don't while you're trying a case get to try to affect the jury pool which she so clearly did with her op ed in Newsweek where she basically broke your jury so hard it hurt tactics backfired sitting in the court room watching the jury's body language they did not like her they were just rude it was repellent some of the arguments that she made and I think if the Chief Justice hyun more closely to the evidence and and stop trying to wake people up with really antiquated attitudes she would have done better by her client the evidence was difficult and instead of focusing on that she came up with absurd arguments to paint poor Harvey Weinstein is a victim well the jury didn't like that he he's an Bucer he's a rapist and trying to cast him as the victim in this just did not work while still to come what will the Harvey Weinstein trial mean for future allegations of sexual assault and harassment particularly in the workplace and we're also gonna talk about the use of non disclosure agreements NDAs stay close on top of a like it's one my name is Diane and I'm calling from Reno Nevada I was sexually assaulted and raped by my father he also raised my sisters my brother cousins and I've been working on.

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"ryker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"ryker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Producer when she was working as a cocktail waitress she told the court that he called it to an audition and then raped her that he was put in handcuffs and taken to Ryker's data motion and the reality of what we all did what happened I feel justice was served I feel I feel vindicated and everything that was that we did we can talk now to Charlie Wilson's lawyer whose dog with dole and joins us now on the line welcome Doug we had from your client briefly that she feels justice is being served there is more to come what happens next yeah there most certainly is more to come because everyone's seen is also facing a the prospect of a current criminal trial in California in Los Angeles on behalf of two victims so in addition to the Jello substantial prison time that he may be facing in New York he's going to be extradited to California and face more jail time there and in addition he is facing a slew of civil claims from a number of different victims who all are seeking some form of compensation and justice in the civil courts at this trial he got off on the most serious charge you how significant is that well he did get off on the predatory sexual assault claims which carried a life imprisonment sentence but at the end of the day I think the prosecution and certainly my client and I think most of the women that I've been speaking with who are survivors are very ratified by this verdict because both of the main victims were found credible but there was a rate in the third degree that he was found guilty in a criminal sexual act in the first degree and those two those two crimes carry substantial jail time he could end up doing twenty twenty five years in total based on those which it given his you know current condition and his age could be essentially a life sentence is that what you're anticipating that length of sentence I think judge Burke who presided over this case is known as a fair jurist but certainly someone who is prosecution oriented and he remanded he put Harvey Weinstein in jail yesterday he did not need to do that so I think it gives a good idea into his mindset and how he is receiving Harvey Weinstein is also obviously the political environment that we are living in here in New York and judges in New York are elected they're not appointed so I do believe Harvey Weinstein will be facing in a very long jail sentence in New York he's appealing does that mean he could theoretically walk free well he's gonna start his appeals process actually today by seeking to get out of jail pending his sentencing pending his appeal ultimately he's going to appeal the underlying conviction and the sentence I think the the most significant grounds for doing that will likely be a juror who sat on this jury she's been referred to as juror number eleven she wrote a book which is coming out in June or July about predatory sexual behavior in the defense has argued that she should not have been allowed to sit on this jury given her background in this area thank you Doug week deal live from New York who represented tardy wills in the case against Harvey Weinstein Turkish reinforcements are continuing to pour into Syria's opposition stronghold of it delayed as the ground offensive by Syrian government forces and their allies continues Turkey is already home to more than three and a half million Syrian refugees and this government is determined to stop more fleeing that country's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has pledged to push assets forces bank if they failed to stop their advance by the end of the month meanwhile nearly a million civilians who fled their homes since December amassing near the Turkish border many without shelter from the bitter winter weather in an effort to gain support in the west to stop the offensive the leader of the white helmet civil defence force riot on Sunday has arrived in London to meet government officials here he's been talking to our correspondent Mike Thompson began died by describing the scenes that he left behind in Italy not not the hunt the sun manual in fear of a main meal after all these years of destruction he there aren't enough words that can accurately describe the catastrophe that is happening that there is no shelter there is no heating available people are burning their old clothes and we have scores of elderly people and children who died because of the cold the white helmets are regarded by the Damascus regime as terrorists so are your people fleeing to national of the island we have around one thousand volunteers who have already fled to the Turkish border what are the region describes this as terrorist or not is irrelevant because it is the regime itself which is carrying out terrorist attacks against us what is the main works it's white helmet volunteers are concentrating on now because rescuing people from building homes has been the mainstay but of course many people and how intense hello the Olympian the latest situation hasn't changed but what is different is that the tragedy has got worse and so I will work now is divided on three fronts we still evacuating people but we are also trying to find shelter for them Turkey's president Erdogan has pledged to push back Syrian government forces if they continue with this offensive do you think that is going to happen he said that by the end of the month how critical illness I was lucky city people are trying to find is a safe haven and for the past nine years the international community hasn't done enough to protect them so what the Turkish leadership is doing is welcome because they're trying to help civilians go back to their homes and that's all the Syrian people want it safety you've come here to London to try and get help who you going to be speaking to them and what help exactly are you wanting to get active with the national the we have good relations with the British government which has been supporting the white helmets for so many years and we're grateful for that but that kind of support is not enough what he had to put pressure on politicians and the British government so that they can find an end to this tragedy on a different support other than just financial we need political support otherwise the strategy would not finish Spain the suggestion of imposing a no fly zone I have a name is that something you'll be pushing a habit it's probably too late now for this kind of suggestion would be suggesting no fly zones for many years but nobody ever listened to us if they had thousands of civilian lives would have been saved and thousands of people wouldn't have had to flee their homes if the international community is serious they should look at the suggestions and implement them immediately not just talk about them do you think the person out of the and you are serious because many people I've spoken to in Italy have really given up hope of any significant help from the outside world applicant then letting you then you'll you won't find a single CD and including myself who has any believe in what the west now says because that hope has completely gone what we need now are CDS DVDs and CDS work to put an end to this strategy and the streams of refugees the refugees want to go back home as soon as possible they don't want statements they don't want to pray as they want Dietz photo by if you work on developing Tatian but if everybody can it lead I believe in yourself I've given up hope of help from the outside why are you here national they said that I was with us coming here we are planning to go to other capitals this is our last attempt by us to revive suitable does our last cry to save Syria from its tragedy Mike Thompson talking that to ride outside way of the white helmets Syrian civil defense force distribution of the BBC news are in the U. 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"ryker" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"ryker" Discussed on KGO 810

"And then one day we got a call that my father has been arrested and taken to Ryker's island because apparently my family business has sold watches and calculators to the Cali drug cartel and so we go from there to explore this legal case that in theory he was supposed to be settled quickly through some maneuvers in a court room add in reality spiral to take on multiple lives of its own and how I grew up in the shadow of that legal case and so I just want people to know a broad brush strokes that's basically what the story is about because if you've heard me before I mean many of you know me so you've heard me in multiple contacts but if you don't know me and basically I like to call myself the Indian I. T. lady on NPR that's who I am dutifully delivering the news on Facebook and Google and it's important news it's about disinformation campaigns disrupting democracy it's about artificial intelligence re envisioning how the world works and making our lives better but also taking away jobs I mean it's complicated important hefty and powerful but what you don't know was she was from queen she didn't have papers for a long time her dad was in jail at back arc of experience find immensely to find her entire life and I needed you to know hence the book so I this specific passage that that should be asked me to read is I mention we overstayed tourist visas and we were living in queens or something to be really funny about what immigrants do not just my family is you garner the confidence and the where with all and the personal resources and whatever financial resources you have to cross an ocean or across the desert and then you just get tired and settle as quickly as you can close to the airport that's that's what my family that it's it's like it's it's actually a Democrat it's like it's a statistical fact that's just what we do we we get tired we lose steam with office America so my family did exactly that we got our papers through a process that is now derided as chain migration chain migration is to me a beautiful turn every family member is a link on the chain and the more links you add the longer and the stronger the chain as we are unfortunately at a moments in this country where the things that we should see as positive we unfortunately because we are misguided by certain leaders seeing as negative but is actually a positive thing it's what's built the backbone of this country so my family benefited from chain migration my auntie sponsored us we got our green cards and once we got our green cards dad wanted to leave true story dad was ready to do what millions of immigrants before him had done pack up and go we don't tend to hear this part of the American story we know about the Ellis Island immigrants who poured in not about.

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"ryker" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"ryker" Discussed on KCRW

"Inside Ryker's island in New York City this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm new wealth king you're listening to morning edition on KCRW now this from KCRW news Ellie said officials voted unanimously Tuesday to create an office of racial equity that new office will be tasked with monitoring racial disparities as well as for the positive and negative impacts of government policies Casey and we used to run Campbell reports that some residents wonder how it will be fully funded people of color in LA make some of the lowest wages and often have trouble buying homes the office will be in charge of monitoring data through what's called a racial equity impactful encouraging civic engagement and examining government policies that could affect marginalized groups but rob Kwan an organizer with the group on vague LA asked with the city has the money to support the office just last year we created the Human Rights Commission and I think it provokes a really valid question as to why these two propositions are being house in different apartments if that's intelligible and whether or not we have the money to invest in either the vote calls for financial plan for the office but does not set an allocated budget Deron Campbell reporting the motion also specifically called for community members most affected by racial disparity to serve on the advisory board.

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Rikers Guards Stood By for 7 Minutes as Inmate Tried to Hang Himself

Curtis Sliwa

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Rikers Guards Stood By for 7 Minutes as Inmate Tried to Hang Himself

"Three Ryker's island correction officers and a captain are suspended for allegedly watching in in may try to hang himself for several minutes before stepping in their reports the group watched and then may try to hang himself for seven minutes before cutting them down the eighteen year old inmate is in critical condition in a medically induced

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"ryker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"ryker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I am and he did hurt my estrogens blocked his appointment to the Port Authority in a lot of other things again this is decade plus before what we know now and I still remember when you got those legal trouble when you are in trouble in life and you've done things wrong. I I just I just will never sanction bad behavior and I will speak up against it I don't care who you are but I still remember still talking to him in person in writing letters with him and when he came out I credit him with being a guy that was so moved by what he saw on the criminal justice system that we went together to this is again way before you sought salvation in them in a sense he took me to he took me to Ryker's island we talk about Charlie Kushner Jared Kushner a judge a kid forever. take me to writers island. and and I meet with young black man to talk to them and I still remember going around how long you been here six months a year more not even had your trial yet. and I was so angry when I walked out of there that it it fuels me even more in my quest to end solitary confinement and fast for all the way to me arguing with Jared Kushner about ending that practice that I saw with his father solitary confinement and by the way did that feel weird to you that you're negotiating with Jared Kushner the son in law so at the end of the day I'm I'm a person of faith and and practicality no look there's a Jewish for his gums little box in everything there is some purpose yeah and and so I don't question where god puts me sometimes but I know on there for a purpose. and I don't know about this like this is the stuff of a novel to have me now the rivals so to speak in everything I'm trying to stop it in the trump administration. but. vilification of individuals wholesale like you'll Lindsey Graham and me like god there I I could write a dissertation on my disagreements with Lindsey Graham. but when it came to that negotiating that criminal justice bill he was on my side I still remember him saying to the White House give Cory Booker whatever he wants because you can't get this bill done without. and so we are in this moment in American history where we are I'm hurting and I'm angry angry but I will not fall into the trap is my parents taught me is my mom in Sunday school taught me to never let somebody pull you so low as to hate them this is interesting you were really rough on Joe Biden totally understandably about his relationship with the way he described his relationship with some segregation none of the landlords that it that it was it was thought he could you know you could find some common ground and all the rest you really rough on and what not and that wasn't the reason good because I I think it's just that that's a miss summers reporting what what I'm saying is how do you deal with people that are colleagues of yours in the Senate. in some form or another you consider modern segregation yes I thank you you what do you not know that you have to you have to work with people who you fundamentally disagree with but you're not disagreeing with them on the margins of attacks a policy debate your your your fundamentally morally viscerally Donald Trump signs agent my bill. I will work with him in his White House to pass a bill that liberated thousands of black people from prison when we took the crack cocaine powder cocaine disparity that they move from a hundred to one eighteen to run which is still offensive in my opinion racist they didn't make it retroactive the bill we got done made it retroactive liberated thousands of people ninety percent more black. so tell that liberated person the Cory Booker should not deal with somebody that he fundamentally disagrees with on on more things that's the problem in this country because. okay Chris Christie who I disagree with it on a lot of things he's not a racist in any way but he's a friend and I disagree with him passionately but he was the governor of the state I had to find I had we had to find common ground he told me the story about how he lost ten points in New Hampshire when he was running for president not any policy issue date two attacks against and kept running a commercial of him hugging Barack Obama after the flood but but the think about this for a second where to point in our country. were hugging another human being just touching somebody that's not in your tribe we vilify each other so much I felt this in a lesser way when I call John McCain on the Senate floor. and the backlash on Twitter from people in my party for hugging the cortical baby killer was with some of the comments outrageous comments work how often you look at Twitter I mean now I don't. honestly I I look at the tweets my I used to live on it it was a platform with which I use constructively to help my lady what drove you away. was there a morning that you went on and you saw something that just said you know what I can come back in a swimming these waters anymore. I think energy is so important. I had my own energy was sept yeah was just trained by him I think it's the challenge with with people who are in law enforcement and others if you're. it is you need to do something to. check your spirit and your soul senator.

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"Canadian county District Court he's charged in the death of his son Ryker on August second twenty eighteen police say the child had been in his father's pick up for about six hours and his body temperature was one oh five point nine by the time he was found the verdict is guilty in the April twenty seventeen death of a Logan county sheriff's deputy here's Jim Forsyth a Logan county Terry is convicted forty seven year old Nathan love force of gunning down Logan county sheriff's deputy David Wade at a home near mall hall Wade was fatally wounded while serving an eviction notice the jury was shown body camera video of the shooting during the six days of testimony it took the jury less than two hours yesterday to convict a force of first degree murder the force claimed he was high on methamphetamine and didn't mean to kill way next up sentencing prosecutors are seeking the death penalty and our net man could get life in prison after pleading guilty to shooting an Oklahoma highway patrol trooper during a traffic stop in August twenty eighteen twenty seven year old Arturo Ramirez pleaded guilty to eight counts including shooting with intent to kill and possession of a firearm while on probation two for Austin Ellis was wearing a protective vest and survived Ramirez will be sentenced in October I'm Margot Moreno in other news chase suspect in Oklahoma City may have thought a dream is a good place to hide after police chase but it wasn't good enough Oklahoma City police had tried to make a traffic stop around midnight this morning and the suspect took off eventually getting onto an interstate service road and tried to get onto a city street by jumping a curve and crashed through a guardrail after the tires blew the suspect bailed out on foot into a neighborhood the drivers of three other vehicles tried to avoid the suspect's vehicle and they crashed into each other nobody was injured and the suspect was arrested governor Kevin step wants higher education chancellor Glynn Johnson out the state regents want Johnson to stay Johnson's been chancellor for more than a dozen years a new law gives the governor the power to hire and fire the leaders of five state agencies but the state constitution gives the regions the final say about who is the chancellor of higher education Oklahoma natural gas customers could see a dollar forty seven credit on their monthly bills for the next year the total amount of the refund is about twenty seven million dollars I'm Margot Moreno either Oklahoma City it's going to be a hot.

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