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"scott warren" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"scott warren" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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Border activist acquitted on charges of harboring 2 immigrants

Arizona's Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Border activist acquitted on charges of harboring 2 immigrants

"And Arizona border activists accused of harboring illegal immigrants has learned his fate an Arizona jury has acquitted Scott Warren he was charged with harboring for his role in helping to migrants from Central America who crossed the border illegally this was the second trial for war and a jury deadlocked on the charge is back in June Warren maintained he was fulfilling his mission as a humanitarian by providing basic care to the

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Arizona activist acquitted of harboring immigrants who crossed US-Mexico border

Mac and Gaydos

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona activist acquitted of harboring immigrants who crossed US-Mexico border

"And there's our border activist was acquitted on charges of harboring immigrants across the U. S. Mexico border this was the second trial for Scott Warren after a jury deadlocked in June one was arrested in January of twenty eighteen and a humanitarian aid station in Arizona called the barn or two central American man had been staying for

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Arizona border aid worker Scott Warren takes stand in second trial against him

WBZ Midday News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona border aid worker Scott Warren takes stand in second trial against him

"In Arizona border activist on the stand today testifying in the second to criminal case against him as actions will he was part of a humanitarian aid group Scott Warren arrested early last year when prosecutors say he was harboring two men with snuck across the U. S. Mexico border now worn as a long time volunteer with the group that drops off water and food in the desert and also goes out searching for dead or missing migrants worn maintains he was just being a good Samaritan and helping those two

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"scott warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"scott warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Violence here says this tough talk misses the point where he gets me she'll are the high ranking members of his government say things like women should not laugh too loudly as if this encourages men to attack us and help Turkey's government stands by women she says it's just part of the problem Joanna could kisses NPR news is stand bowl. I saw a lecturer at the university of Cambridge made the kind of discovery literary scholars can usually only dream of Jason Scott Warren was inspecting photographs of the first folio of William Shakespeare's plays when he recognized some hand writing in the margins when I spoke to a bit handwriting I co unit under quite milk. going to do with the way the space at the lectern after a lot of second guessing about this being wishful thinking scholars have come to a consensus the hand writing did indeed belong to John Milton the English poet best known for the epic work Paradise Lost Milton was a Shakespeare fan and this discovery captures his comments about the first collected edition of Shakespeare's plays published published in sixteen twenty three seven years after the bard staff turns out Milton had incisive comments about many of Shakespeare's plays from world Romeo and Juliet hamlet he marked up his copy of the plays profusely Scott Warren says the annotations reveal new ways to think about both writers what this will be missed I'm inviting you to do is put you to write together and to see this measurements of encountering discovery where Milton is kind of opening himself up to some of the really exciting thing about happening in Shakespeare's writing mills margin notes show his appreciation for Shakespeare's plays but also more than that Scott Warren says it quote gives you a sense of his sensitivity and alertness to Shakespeare we kind of need that Milton riveted Shakespeare but you've got to be treating him with the seriousness of the classical he's getting ready detail texture attention one discovery it seems Milton echoed a line from Shakespeare's play the Tempest in one of his own poems hopefully the expiry date on calling that.

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"scott warren" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"scott warren" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Deported. The parents children are dying in custody. Doubt me. To make matters worse. Border protection has openly attacked to manitain efforts. There's an ongoing case right now of a man who gave basic care to suffering people and had the book thrown at him. I'm talking about Scott Warren, who gave food water and shelter to those in need to those who were seeking asylum in this country. Warren was arrested. And is now facing up to twenty years in jail on charges of harboring and conspiracy. My colleague at the intercept Ryan Devereaux has been following this case, extensively and reporting from the trial in Arizona here is Ryan Devereaux, Scott Warren is humanitarian aid, volunteer who lives and works in a who airs ONA about forty miles north of the US border. He was arrested in January twenty eight teen accused of providing food water and shelter to, to undocumented migrants who had crossed the desert. He was charged with harboring and conspiracy, and if convicted and sentenced to consecutive terms. He faces up to twenty years in prison. His track somebody left on the trail, not yours is yours. Not your. So January seventeenth twenty eighteen nor desk, put out a report detailing, the destruction of thousands of gallons of water in jugs that were left out in areas where migrants are known sti- hours after that happened border patrol setup surveillance on a building known as the foreign that humanitarian aid groups in all who have been using for years. They spotted Scott with two men, who they believe or undocumented pulled together a rating team descend on the barn took them into custody on. That's when Scott was charged. The morning before his trial, Scott. Warren went on democracy now. And here's what he had to say his own words, every day in the border region. Migrants, refugees people who are coming across the border, who are coming to the desert who are suffering, or risk of dying are knocking on people's doors in there in need of water, there need of food, there, Nina basic medical care, in basic necessities, and people all across the border region are continuing to respond by offering these folks glass of water by offering them some rest, or some food, and frankly, I don't see that changing a may twenty-ninth, Scott warrants felony trial started in Tucson, Arizona. He was facing charges of harboring and conspiracy with potential sentence of up to twenty years in prison. It was a dramatic week or so worth of testimony that then led to three days of deliberations jurors were essentially asked to consider one important question above all else. And that was intent. Did Scott in inten- divided the law or did he intend to provide humanitarian aid and after three days of deliberation? The jurors told judge Rainer Collins that they couldn't come to a unanimous conclusion, a mistrial was declared and now were left wondering what's going to happen next the US attorney's office in Arizona has not said, whether they're going to retry the case hearing scheduled for July second. And they said that they will come to a conclusion decision by then. To confront this border crisis. I declared national emergency crisis on the southern border is voter crisis. It is an invasion, you know, say invasion stops, this onslaught this invasion into our country. Obviously this administration has been talking about crisis for quite some time, and when they talk about crisis, they are talking about hordes of undesirable migrants, flooding over the walls, an invasion. I think that most people can can see what's going on there at the same time there is a kind of crisis on the border, and it's been unfolding for decades now as a crisis in which people are directed into the deadliest parts of the border. By design, and they've been dying by the thousands for years and years and years. We save our desert, but this desert right around our town, where we create house, fifty seven bodies Fifty-seven remains of human beings last year fifty seven. Do you find remains in your parks in your golf courses in your neighborhood? Playgrounds. What would that make you feel like beginning in the mid nineteen ninety s under the Clinton administration? The government developed a policy known as prevention through deterrence, the idea of the policy, is that migration flows were at that time..

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"scott warren" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"scott warren" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"From New York. This is democracy now. Police actually fired tear gas towards the crowd while. No people are showing any symptoms of attacking, so they're just doing it. We think that they're trying to oppress. Alright so stressing, our, our opinion and actually quizzing the freedom Kong is witnessing has starred protests against a proposed Bill to allow extradition of Hong Kong residents to mainland China on Wednesday riot police deployed tear gas rubber bullets pepper spray demonstrators attempted to storm the legislative council building, we'll get the latest then to Arizona, where a hung jury has refused to convict you -tarian aid activists professor, Scott Warren, who faced up to twenty years in prison for providing water food, clean clothes, and beds undocumented migrants crossing the scenario desert. The government's plan in the midst of this humanitarian crisis policies to target undocumented, people refugees in their families prosecutions to criminalise humanitarian aid, kindness and solidarity. And outrage is mounting over the death of lean Polanco transgender afro, not next woman who was recently found Dell in dead in a Rikers island, Sal. In a war, we have been in for black and Brown. People have been in the war since we were born a continuous withheld. We shouldn't exist until they actually make them all that, and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now. Democracy now dot poor the Warren.

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"scott warren" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"scott warren" Discussed on Here & Now

"He said he was just trying to keep them from getting lost in the desert. Warren's arrest came not soon after the former attorney general Jeff Sessions said in two thousand seventeen that the Justice department would be committed to prosecuting cases just like this. So this is one example of now several how else have we seen the strategy? Plano, along the entire stretch of the border and a series of misdemeanor charges of people like Scott, including Scott himself charged with misdemeanor crimes for littering charges. Trespassing charges along the border. And then there's also cases of. Immigrants of immigration attorneys, and journalists who have been accompanying immigrants asylum, seekers mind, you across the border, who, who themselves have been detained harassed, photographs surveilled by US border patrol in CB p officers along the board, a Jeff Sessions has gone, but is the policy is still there. The policy seems to not have shifted. It will be fascinated to see whether this prosecutor is supposed to meet up again, July second with no more deaths attorneys. They said yesterday, they will decide before that whether or not they're going to try to try Scott Warren again, I guess the question is and Michel, I'm looking at the weather forecast today. It said it's going to be one hundred ten degrees in the deserts of Arizona today. Is the government's policy deterring any of these groups from providing aid to the migrants as they try to make this trek north? I mean, are they still out there doing the work that got Scott worn into trouble? No more deaths started in two thousand four and that year we at two hundred forty known recovered remained on the how many people die every year would nominate found last year. We had one hundred and sixty eight eighty eight were found around the region, where Scott was arrested since they who was arrested these numbers haven't changed on the reality. Is that migration numbers go up and down the number of dead? Also do a net. Seems to be the only thing that changes, how many people die in resumes, desert's every summer and they are still doing the work, and they're saying that they're going to continue to work presumably, that number would be even higher if they weren't out there and to be honest, if the border patrol search trauma rescue teams weren't also out there, a rescuing people in pulling the amount of the desert, that's a mutual, Modise go from K Jay Z's frontier.

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"scott warren" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"scott warren" Discussed on Here & Now

"You were in the courtroom for this trial. Have we learned anything more about why the jury couldn't reach a decision? No. We have it, you know, I it comes down and a lot of ways to the same issues that perpetuated a humanitarian aid work, and people dying in Arizona's desert for going on twenty years. You know, people have sympathy and see a real need for alternative ways, and methodologies for people to have their lives saved out there or they believe that it's the job of the US border patrol to pick that up. Yeah. Well, we mentioned that Warren had been accused of. Harboring people who had crossed the border illegally. Now they were at a place called the barn. Maybe you could explain that in just, you know, tell us how the prosecution tried to prove that Warren had broken the law. So about thirty five miles north of the air is on porter. There's a shelter refurbished old house called the barn that was sort of used as a migrant aid station in a waystation by the group, no more deaths. Scott Warren, was there when these two undocumented immigrants happen to show up he'd said he, he did not expect them to be there. But when they were he saw innocent, medical assistance, and, and he started trying to provide that over the phone from, from doctors, and nurses at work with no more deaths. Two days later, the border patrol was surveilling this property. They said because they had seen signs of undocumented immigrant activity in the area, and they saw warrant outside with two men pointing to mountain ranges, this was the crux of the. Argument during closing arguments. They actually tried to use the fact his geography professor to show that he had a special knowledge to be able to direct people in guide them between his two mountain ranges, in other words to guide them away from agents, who who'd be looking exactly. Yes, they said to get them around a border patrol checkpoint..

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"scott warren" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"scott warren" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Year. Federal authorities arrested Scott Warren for allegedly providing food water and shelter to undocumented migrants near Arizona's Sonoran desert. Then they charged him with harboring and conspiring to transport the immigrants charges. They could have led up to twenty years in prison, Morin, however asserted, that he did not break the law that he was upholding religious and international compacts to aid persecuted people. He was put on trial in Tucson, federal court and yesterday that trial ended with a deadlocked jury. So what impact could this case have along the southern border? And we want to hear from you. What do you think about a trial against a person providing aid to immigrants in along the southern border? Joining us now from Tucson, Arizona, as Raphael Carranza. He covers the US Mexican border for the. Zona Republic and was at Scott, Warren's trial, Rafael, welcome to one point. Thank you so much for having been begged. So first of all, tell us deadlocked jewelry. I'm not sure a lot of people expected, that out of this trial, how much of a surprise was that it was as much of a surprise. I didn't you know, these were issues that came before a jury. But the evidence that was presented during the trial from the government was not very far there wasn't a lot of direct or indirect evidence that, that showed a Scott war in had committed a conspiracy, or had made any sort of green or plans to help lease to migrants. However, you know, the deliberation took about three days and on the second day at the very end. The jury sent a message to the judge that they were deadlocked in that they can come up with the verdict and at that point, the judge brought them back into the courthouse and ask them to try one more time. So they did that on the third day and then after about half a day of deliberation. There about four hours. They sent the same note again. To the to the judge who brought them into the courthouse once again. And at that point after asking them individually if they've felt that giving them additional time would help them reach a verdict all of them said. No. So he ended up dismissing them declared his trial. I see. So Warren belongs to a group called no more deaths, right? At what is it that this, this group does, and what was the basis for Warren's arrest last year? So this group has been around in southeastern Arizona for about fifteen years. And their main work is dropping off a water gallons and food as well in some of the most transited areas that migrants have used and in particular, they're, they're they've been targeting the an area. Call the APO corridor, which is, you know, a stretch of very remote and rugged desert, where there's very, little very little civilization there, you have a highway, basically that leads from the Mexican border to a whole, which is a town about forty miles north of the border. But in between it's protected wilderness. So there really isn't any way for migrants were crossing to these remote areas to find water unless they come across one of these water drops. And then also, you know, upset of other humanitarian aid groups also do, but that's, that's their main tasked with providing water for stranded migrant special. Rafael as you just said, this group has been doing this for fifteen years, and yet, what was the argument that the government was making that Warren had committed a felony last year. What was the argument they made in court? So they the, the arrest happened on January twenty eighteen and it was a result of a surveillance operation that border patrol had fed up on this. There's building call the barn. They, they were looking for to undocumented immigrants that in tracking them they have them to this location. I'm they had arrived approximately four days, prior, and Scott Warren was the person who had received them and he's in court. He's, he said that he had followed a no more deaths protocols, and you're doing a medical assessment and calling a doctor who recommended they say off their feet because they had a blisters on on on them. So he says, he's just he had followed that protocol, but the, of the argument from the government is that war and had conspired with a director of a shelter in. In the nearby border city of Asia, and that they had to work together or come to an agreement to help these two migrants. Kind of further themselves into the United States by just, you know, concilium from border patrol for few days. Okay. Well, let's listen for a moment to what Scott Warren himself.

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"scott warren" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"scott warren" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"And because the government has expressed their desire to limit this practice. I think people may be starting to catch on a bit. And there's optimism in that well, Richard Jero wildlife, conservationists and consultant recently retired from the US fish and Wildlife Service after twenty year career as chief of the division of international conservation. Seventeen of those years on the ground studying African elephants. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks for having me. We'll be right back. This is on point. Hey, it's been an Ameri, and we're the hosts of endless thread, the show, featuring stories found on the website, read it but you don't have to be a Reddit or to enjoy the kinds of stories. We tell like a couple experimenting with non monogamy or boredom that may have predicted the attacks on Pearl Harbor. Subscribe to endless threat on apple podcasts or wherever you listen. I'm Gregory Warner and this week on rough translation. We follow a rescue mission in real time after an Iraqi photojournalist goes missing on the front lines. We don't believe I don't believe it leaves his family and his friends to try to save him. When he said, who is this? Who are you? They respond. We are the Slavic state this week on rough translation. This is on point. I'm magnetized CRA bardy last year. Federal authorities arrested Scott Warren for allegedly providing food water and shelter to undocumented migrants near Arizona's Sonoran desert..

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"scott warren" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

15:15 min | 1 year ago

"scott warren" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"From New York. This is democracy now. Hong Kong police, actually fired teargas to worse, the crowd while. No people are showing any symptoms of attacking, so they're just doing it. We think that they're trying to oppress, our rights of face stressing, our, our opinion and actually missing. The freedom Kong is witnessing has starred protests against a proposed Bill to allow extradition of Hong Kong residents to mainland China on Wednesday riot police, deployed tear gas rubber bullets pepper sprays demonstrators attempted to storm the legislative council building, we'll get the latest then Arizona, where a hung jury has refused to convict humanitarian aid activists professor, Scott Warren, who faced twenty years in prison for providing water food, clean clothes, and beds, undock. Documented migrants crossing the Sonoran desert. The government's plan in the midst of this humanitarian crisis policies to target undocumented people refugees in their families. Prosecutions to criminalise humanitarian aid, kindness, and solidarity and outrage is mounting over the death of Laline Palanca a transgender. Afro lucky next woman who is recently found Dell in dead in a Rikers island cell. A war. Don't get it twin. We have been in a more black and Brown. Transpeople have been in the war since we were born a more on that continuously until the, we shouldn't fish until they actually make it still them. Don't exist. All that, and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot board.

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"scott warren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"scott warren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"They want Hong Kong's leaders to reject an extradition plan supported by the Chinese government, people who oppose the plan, worry, it would make them vulnerable to China's court system of federal cordiale cannot reach a verdict in the case of an Arizona aid worker, accused of human smuggling. The judge declaring a mistrial yesterday after the jurors in Tucson said they were deadlocked with four voting to convict an eight voting to acquit Scott Warren of the charges, the thirty. Six year old Warren is an instructor at Arizona State University in volunteers. The Arizona based humanitarian aid group. No more death. He was arrested and charged after border patrol agents say they saw him giving directions to, to illegal immigrants who taken shelter at a no more death shelter in January of last year. Donald Trump junior is to be back on Capitol Hill for another round of questioning by the Senate intelligence committee today. The meeting will be a closed affair. The committee is wrapping up its investigation of Russia's interference in the twenty sixteen election members wanna to know, more about plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow, and they also have more questions about Trump junior's meeting with the Russian lawyer in June of twenty sixteen. And for USA radio news, I'm Chris Barnes. It may have been a message of voice that suddenly cut your income in half, but not your bills, to might have been an injury or illness, or your boss, just cutting back your hours. It doesn't really matter how.

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Jury couldn't decide if Arizona activist broke law helping migrants

Mac and Gaydos

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Jury couldn't decide if Arizona activist broke law helping migrants

"A jury in Tucson could not reach a verdict today against border activist Scott Warren of harboring migrants after he provided aid to them near the us Mexico border defense attorneys argued the college geography instructor was just being kind by providing to migrants with water food and lodging. But prosecutors say the men were not in distress the federal government now Mr.. With retry, the case or dismiss the

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"scott warren" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"scott warren" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Hardening their resolve more determined that we're not gonna let the slide that we will not allow anyone to hijack our revolution. Be third parties who have an interest in the regime stinking place. Be it. The military council. The has. No. That is obviously not interested in giving power no sharing power with the civilian government. So we're more determined than ever and we're going to push through. There's a civil disobedience plan massive disobedience pan starting from Sunday, hopefully that will cripple the government systems and the government entities and most likely will also go back to the tactics that we use when reversed went out protests in December, which is basically small pockets of protests coming out in the neighborhoods barricades galvanizing people to come back. And I think once the shock wears off will see a completely different scenario unfolding in front of our eyes. We're not giving up we've come to far to give up now and this is a revolution. This is our fights and all those who've died haven't I in vain tomorrow, we get the long view of Sudan, and its people, they are desperate, desperate that their story be heard by the world scholar. Eric Reeves says the attack this week on Sudan's pro democracy. Protesters is a bad sign for what could come next the rise of the judge a weed, aka the rapid support forces is creating a split in Sudan's military, there's tremendous disatisfaction, especially in the middle ranks the majors colonels lieutenants, which stand up to the rapid support forces, and they would have superior firepower that divide could lead sedan back into civil war, and another humanitarian crisis which could be bad news for the whole region. This is a pivotal country in northeastern Africa and it stretches. From the Mediterranean to the equator practically if there is civil warrants. Dan? There will be flood of Sudanese migrants to the European continent. It will be very bloody very nasty and could be quite protracted. The crisis in Sudan that conversation tomorrow here on the world. Scott Warren is a humanitarian aid, volunteer in Arizona. He's also a criminal in the eyes of prosecutors. Warren is on trial this week in Tucson for felony charges of transporting and harboring undocumented migrants. If convicted he could get up to twenty years in prison activists like Warren work throughout the southwestern desert leaving food and water for migrants crossing through the harsh conditions there reporter Claire Mullen has the story..

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 Trial begins for border activist who helped migrants

Pacifica Evening News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Trial begins for border activist who helped migrants

"And border activists charged with helping a pair of migrants with water food and lodging was going trial today in federal court. If convicted Scott Warren could be sentenced to twenty years in prison. He faces three charges of harboring migrants Warren volunteers with a humanitarian group no more deaths, which assists migrants near the border in Arizona by providing food, and leaving jugs of water to save the lives of those crossing the searing hot desert. Warren has argued that his spiritual values compel him to help all people in distress. He told democracy now. That's the argument. He'll be making in court. Really over the, the coming weekend, really outlining our case about the necessity and the need for humanitarian aid, and clear been clear. Right. Morally as glee spiritually, and legally to give and receive humanitarian aid anywhere in, particularly in the borderland region. Thousands of immigrants have died crossing the border since the mid nineteen ninety s when heightened enforcement and San Diego and El Paso, Texas. Push traffic into Arizona. Scorching deserts warns parents have gathered more than one hundred twenty six thousand online petition signatures asking the court to drop the case warns arrest early last year came several hours after the group no more deaths gave news organizations videos of a border patrol agent kicking over water jugs met for immigrants and have another agent pouring. Gallons of water on the

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"scott warren" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"scott warren" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Board we'll all factor into this you can be four taking strong steps to curb addiction and and the really the epidemic has happened this country but you have to be really careful in how you go about that i understand why they're doing it but there are some real questions that need to be asked one is the expense how much are you involving the taxpayers in this equation how much are we committing on the legal side and to will it have any net effect at the end or is this just a paying lawyers because often that's what happens hey wanna congratulate amy from a ski go she was our winner of the reactor home and garden shows coming up next it's day we're going to dig into two pi day tell you some that story that's all coming up next right here on wtmj these pity with you on this wednesday edition it's time for what do you have for today mr scott warren we've already talked about this a couple of times today it is national pie day march fourteenth three fourteen hard to believe it's thirty years now this is the thirtieth anniversary of pi day so what what can i share with you about this rather irrational number pie spelled pi denoted by the greek letter that looks like this you see that it's been part of human knowledge for millennia but it wasn't until eighty eight that a physicist by the name of larry shaw organized what is now recognized as the first pi day celebrations you know where cisco expletive where you out there in san francisco and eighty eight were you part of this could've been there you could have been there at the science museum now he chose march fourteenth point one four as pi day passed away just recently so what is by what is.

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"scott warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"scott warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The central focus of the trump administration and in the last year organizations like no more deaths which provided humanitarian aid in the borderlands have faced increasing harassment and vandalism at the hands of us border patrol agents no more deaths made headlines recently with the release of a video footage showing afforded patrol agent dumping out water that was left for migrants in the desert shortly after the release of the video into report put out by the organization called interference with humanitarian aid death and disappearance on the usmexico border asu instructor and no more deaths volunteer scott warren was arrested for providing assistance to to migrants this was the most recent arrest in a series that volunteers with the organization have faced how did we get to this point where humanitarian aid volunteers are being targeted by federal employees with us now to discuss their recently released report the history of border enforcement and it's impacts on the ground are jeff reinhard and alicia dinsmore volunteers with no more deaths and jeff boyce postdoctoral research fellow at the school of geography and development at the university of arizona i welcome all to mid day thanks very much uh jeff voice let me start with you can you give us a sense of how many people have died or disappeared trying to cross the sonoran desert in recent years yeah absolutely well border wide um the the border patrol itself count more than seven thousand um uh since 1994 when really the modern period of of border enforcement um began uh dads certainly in under uh because on the one hand all that's incorporated into that are recovered remains actually human remains that are that are that are found um and the area where people have been pushed into uh over the last several decades has become increasingly remote increasingly difficult terrain there's very little infrastructure sure so we know that there are thousands more people who uh who have disappeared i mean literally vanished into the desert on the journey north um in 2015 alone i'd allied organization in tucson the quota let's see on the samano so uh open 1200 on missing persons cases that uh remained unresolved disappeared does it are there any theories as to what happened to pizza sure i it's it's safe to assume that in many of these people have have also paris on the.

"scott warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"scott warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"No more deaths and jeff boise's a postdoctoral research fellow at the school of geography and development at the university of arizona and we're talking about the issue of immigrants coming across the border through rough terrain in the desert no more deaths at the organization that jeff in a leash our part of leave water out in in those remote areas for for migrants to access because the threeweek journey does not permit them to carry all the water that's needed to make it across and those water vessels are being are being vandalized as a leisure talked about in uh before he went to a break and we were talking about one of the organizers are one of the volunteers scott warren who was arrested in an alicia you metre before that you can't get to go too much into into the case because it is an ongoing case but a lisa or maybe even jeff ryan hearts because you're also volunteer with the organization can you can you at least describe what happened in two thousand five when to volunteers were arrested in two thousand for you want to are you going to do our job lisa um so in two thousand five to our volunteers daniel in sean zia um they were arrested for medically evacuating a person um to receive medical care emergency medical care um and us border patrol arrested at them and they were charged with um transporting um and charge ended up those charges were eventually dropped um after uh a multiyear um court case but yeah this isn't the first time that no more than i was volunteers have feeds felony charges um our organization a husband actually had 35 in um beagle charges brought against them legal charges have ended up going to court and they have ranged from st houston's of littering leaving food and water in the desert uh being seems to be uh a form of loitering two things that are much more serious like these felony charges that um but skies facing right now um different hard what is built bard um the bar is essentially the building without a police report where scott um was apprehended um it is a humanitarian aid state um for also because it's an open investigation um it's not something that i can talk about too much um but uh you.

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"scott warren" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"scott warren" Discussed on Here & Now

"Is that she takes the old and the new and she sort of puts them together in a way that feels modern and i love that about her lips dj a case are w in santa monica infix is always thanks for having me jeremy and you can fight all of our dj session picks on our spotify play lewis just go to spotify support for npr hearing now ross on apple music and if you're a now as lawmakers debate immigration it's playing out on the border with mexico the american volunteer group no more deaths help reduce report released last week claiming homeland security agents sabotage humanitarian efforts video show agents kicking over jugs of water left in the desert by volunteers for people crossing illegally he's gonna do shy this fact somebody left on sale seemed the agency tained volunteer scott warren on charges of harboring people illegally after he took several border crossings to a no more deaths safe place alicia dinsmore is also a volunteer with no more deaths and alicia uh some say agents were once more accepting of your work but you say the harassment has been going on for a while you are i think it's war complicated it's important to know about the report that room released a last wednesday january seventeen was a report that used data coming from two thousand twelve to 2015 and it documents three thousand five hundred eighty six gallons being destroyed on average we find on our water destroyed two times a week in southern arizona and we believe that border patrol is responsible for the majority of this destruction so even before the trump administration came into office we were saying interference with humanitarian aid and that's not just with these water gallons these life preserving supplies that we put.

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"scott warren" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"scott warren" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Council the but the time but but everybody it's all about era ma and the path of destruction erma could really wreak havoc with so many lives in florida we don't know where we know there's evacuations there's gridlock there are scary models yeah that's what we're looking at katie att i know what it's like i've been through a hurricane but nath thing like erma florida is prepping you'd good luck finding water good luck figuring out what to do you're on your own if you stay put in key west there are certain areas where i would definitely would not chance it it and of course closer to the water you are it looks like from these models the scarier at peak times but no way to know that were just kind of speculating we we certainly can look at a model and see its track and see where it's headed and realize he adds definitely headed there the gridlock is supposedly ants as cars are just eking along unsettled as highways coming out of coming out of florida and eeking eeking along so well most people are finding other places will well away from florida to lay their head for at least a few days thousands of cars headed north caused the interstates backup than slow down and drivers waited for hours a gas station some ran out of gas ran out of fuel the governor try to take some steps to have more fuel delivered and ordered a temporary halt to toll collections thank goodness travelers stood in line for hours at airports the eastern coasts is where it's particularly scary miami dade broward palm beach county is all of them retired about six million people combined and they're saying people should get out now when i say they're saying florida governor rick scott warren thursday at a news conference if you wait until saturday or sunday when the high winds and rain are expected says smash south florida it will be too late and he's right says we can't save you when the storm starts here in the evacuation zanini to help you need to get out now saying don't leave saturday don't drive through florida with tropicalstorm force winds that i couldn't agree more on that or that's not what you wanna do any meaning mining no one should i go and then wait until right when.

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"scott warren" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"scott warren" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Org with hurricane erma aiming squarely at florida up to a million people were told to evacuate coastal areas in the sunshine state in neighboring georgia thursday mid worries that fuel shortages and traffic bottlenecks could swore the mass exodus the state home to more than twenty million people governor rick scott warned residents on both coasts to be ready to get out before the monster storms strikes south florida late saturday experts hope to avoid mass casualties by assuring residents out of the riskiest areas in what could be the largest us evacuation since hurricane rita four three point seven million people to leave texas and louisiana in two thousand five already thirty one thousand p people have sled the florida keys chain of islands and scott warren people yet to evacuate to get out fast more than six hundred and fifty thousand people in miami dade tony are being told to leave after miami mayor carlos gimenez expanded the mandatory evacuation zones further inland along the south east florida coast although many were expected to stay behind to try to protect their homes it's difficult decision to make i have friends down there there hunkering down loading up on supplies and hoping for the best some people say oh just leave well it's not so easy you don't know once you leave if you're going to be able to get gas once you're take runs empty and then what do you do so many people are making the decision to stay home it's an awful position to be and because the storm is no joke dortha arts and prayers go out to the the folks in florida and georgia or dealing with this awful awful storm i wanna switch gears and talk about an.

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