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As U.S. Withdraws, Civilian Casualties In Afghanistan Reach A Record High
"An explanation for what we're witnessing across the vast landscape of the Omar in the contest with the jihadists. At the same time, we're focusing on the battlefield of Afghanistan. The end of the U. S and NATO commitment to military affairs. Caveat Caveat. In Afghanistan, However, we have to cite what is apparent is that the collapse is leading to one. Casualties among the civilians. The U. N is reporting. Civilian casualties in Afghanistan reached record levels in the first half of 2021, the United Nations warned, noting that deaths and injuries spite markedly from May when the United States and its allies began withdrawing troops. Some 5183 casualties were recorded in the first six months of the year. The number of deaths and injuries recorded during May and June alone was 2300 and 92. Almost as high as the total for the preceding four months. Bill, I turn to the
Verdict Expected in Trial of 1st Person Charged Under Hong Kong Security Law
"Charged in Hong Kong onto the territories. Draconian National Security law could face up to life in prison when three judges deliver their landmark verdict expected shortly. Pyongyang was arrested in July last year after he drove his motorcycle into three riot police, injuring them while carrying a flag with the slogan Liberate Hong Kong revolution of our Times. The
McCutchen's 3-run HR in 9th gives Phillies 6-5 win over Nats
"The Phillies pulled out a six five win over the nationals on Andrew McCutchen's three run Homer in the bottom of the ninth for me is my first walk off with Philly so you know death is so good you know especially on that often and in that moment you know our system of multiple times management opportunities and yeah been able to come through was are that they are gratified distills trail five three intelligence a girl led off the ninth with a double and Bryce Harper walked Rhys Hoskins also had a three run blast for the second place Phillies who are three and a half games behind the Mets in the NL east Archie Bradley gave up at night any run before getting the win loser Brad hand blew a save for the second straight game I'm the ferry
Red Sox rally late for 2nd straight game, beat Blue Jays 5-4
"Alex Verdugo worked his eighth inning magic for the second straight game this time delivering a two run Homer as the red Sox rally to beat the blue jays five four for Dugas blast came a day after he led off the eighth with a double to break up a no hitter that double spark Boston's five run rally in a five four win over the Yankees Boston's Rafael Devers added a solo Homer in the four year anniversary of his first major league blast Bo Bichette hit a two run Homer for fourth place Toronto which fell ten and a half games behind in the east Boston's lead in the AL east as one and a half games over the race I'm Dave Ferrie
Psychologist Explains Link Between Smartphones and Adolescent Loneliness
"Loneliness is on the rise. That comes from a new study that says smartphones could be partly to blame. If your teen always seems to have their head buried in their phones. You're not alone in a recent study. Published in the Journal of Adolescent that time on their smartphones can cause them to be more lonely. The study found. Girls were affected more than boys who they found use their smartphones more for gaming with friends. The girls looked at social media more alone. Seeing other girls posts and feeling left out. Lisa do more as an adolescent psychologist. It may very well be. Sometimes when teenagers become very lonely, they start to spend more time online. Stacey Lynn CBS News air
All Areas of Society Are Crumbling Under Joe Biden
"What are we going to do when Iran has nukes? What are we going to do on China's on the move? What are we going to do with all the hypersonic warfare machine? The hypersonic warm, fair machine that That Putin who why are we focused on Cuba? Well, he's one of the ones we need to focus on. He's focused on us. While they're building those weapons. Meanwhile, we're flatlining our military. We're spending time teaching them how to be a little Louis Farrakhan's Public is not stupid. They figured it out. We just have to make sure the vote is honest and straightforward. Every Republican to win. So I've told you before. It's a legitimate well that George W. Busted like for a college. You know that's racist. Don't you know? Well, you know that Reagan with his two massive slant side. Yeah, yeah, he was signaling to the South, you know? They had a whole new Southern strategy down there. He was signaling to the racist. She's me got almost 60% of the vote doesn't matter. Doesn't matter. Because Trump was installed by the Russians. Whatever you do, don't count the votes again. Don't do audits in, uh, in in Arizona, you know, same media telling us Why are they running from audits? Why do they care? What do they care? Nervous. Just ask him. There's not a single area of this society. That's in good shape under this presidency. In fact, so much of the areas in this society are crumbling.
'American Marxism' Achieves Over Half a Million Copies Sold
"I want you to be Really quite uplifted by something. American Marxism. In the first week sold as you know, 400,000 copies, hardcover and all other platforms. Unheard of This past week it sold Another 150,000. The vast majority of which were hardcover. This has given a take was the final numbers aren't in likely a bit higher. That's 550,000 copies in one form or another of American Marxism in the hands of half a million people. The book. Many books and audio But a book. A substantive book. A serious book. And at the end of the book, an action plan in the book. This gives me a lot of hope. Because when you folks read the book and take your time, but when you read the book You'll be able to pass the knowledge and information on the person down the street. People who live with you. And others. This is important. This is our Thomas Paine and Paul Revere moment. Not because I said it, but because it is And you are all participating in it. You are all participating in it.
Mark Levin Remembers the Late Great Comedian Jackie Mason
"And I remember those meals with him from time to time. I remember in London. I think that was the first time we met were out of the blue. He was doing a performance. I think for the royal family, and he was incredibly popular in Britain. As well as the United States. The thing is when we would sit down. The members of my family. Jackie Mason, his wife, sometimes a few others of his friends. Was very, very inquisitive. About life generally. But the kids family About issues very, very inquisitive. He didn't monopolize. In fact, he listened a lot. I did not know he was sick. And I'm not going to get into confidential information of how he passed his whore That's not going to happen. But I did get a call in the morning. From Raoul Felder, probably his best friend. Because Jill asked him to call me letting me know that he wasn't going to make it through the day. And then Sometime evening dinner time or so forth. We got a second call telling me he hadn't made it. So You know? Come to this earth and you leave this earth. There's no escaping it. But if you make it difference whether you make people laugh Difference in your own way in your own role in your own life, the life of the family of your family. That's a successful life. He had a very, very full and
Tesla Shares Surge After Earnings Beat
"We start off with an earnings learned tesla. The stock is higher after posting of being place report. The company's call kicks off in less than thirty minutes from now. Let's get straight to fill about with more fell melissa. This is the first quarter that tesla's net income top two billion dollars. The company easily beating the on both the top and the bottom line its earnings per share a buck. Forty five street was expecting the company or ninety eight cents a share revenue coming in much better than expected not a surprise but the record deliveries that the company saw eleven point nine. Six billion dollars versus the estimate of eleven point. Three billion dollars that was in terms of revenue. But it's the outlook. That's getting a lot of attention specifically what's happening with the factories outside of berlin germany as well as outside of austin texas and tesla says model wipe production not deliveries but production. We'll begin in austin and berlin this year. Then you've got cyber truck production in austin which will start subsequent to the model why that didn't say it would be next year. They didn't say it was definitely going to be this year. Just that it's subsequent to the model y and then you've got the test the semi launch. That is definitely moving to next year. That will also be built at the gigafactory. In austin remember. The company delivered three hundred eighty five thousand vehicles in the first half of this year. Some were expecting them to potentially talk about a full year guidance in terms of deliveries the. They've not said that so far in their released whether that comes up on the call in a few minutes remains to be seen the estimate. The consensus on the street is for the company to deliver eight hundred sixty one thousand vehicles to other notes automotive gross margins coming in at twenty five point eight percent that is excluding the zev credits the credits that are sold to other auto makers so that they can be in compliance with regulations. If you were to add in the ass zev credits. Their gross margin would top twenty eight percent and finally they're also going to be taking a twenty three million dollar. Bitcoin impairment charge. So those are all the numbers within the numbers from tesla but again a significant day that this company is topped a billion dollars in net income for the first time in any quarter. And it's ten times greater in terms of the natkin income in the second quarter of this year than it was in the second quarter of last.
Moderna Expanding Child Vaccine Study To Better Assess Safety
"Moderno wants to expand its kids vaccine study to better assess safety Modano says it plans to expand the size of its covered nineteen vaccine study and younger children to better detect rare side effects like the type of heart inflammation recently flagged by U. S. health authorities the company adds it's in talks with the FDA to enroll more study participants under age twelve while teens receive the same doses adults younger children may need smaller doses so drugmakers research may take more time Fizer has the only U. S. vaccine authorize for children twelve years and up Cuomo during a is expecting an FDA ruling on its application in the coming days I surely after
From a Book With No Words to a Book About Words with Author Michael Knowles
"What led you to write this book. Speechless controlling words controlling minds. Well before i had any of the podcasts daily wire with senator cruz or prager anything. Before i had the book with words it all began. Because i had a book without any words which was called reasons to vote for democrats a comprehensive guide. Two hundred fifty blank pages and unexpectedly. I only wrote it. Or i didn't write anything but only published it irritate my democrat friends and relatives but it became a number one bestseller on amazon. So now this is so crazy. I just want to say. I'm a writer. I'm an author. I've written a lot of books. I think i have five new york times. Bestsellers the idea that you wrote. A book had no words and it became a bestseller hard for me to like you michael knowles. It's a good thing. I love you as as my brother in the faith because the idea. I mean it's hilarious but this is true. When did that come out. So that book came out in twenty seventeen and very shortly thereafter. I had a publishing companies. Say okay we want you to write another book. And i said hold on the word. Another is a little strange using that word a little liberally. Nothing about what. I've done should give you any indication that i could write a book with words but i thought it would be ironic for my first book with words to make it about words themselves and also because i think that the manipulation of language to redefine reality is the primary tool by which leftist radicals have up ended society more than by immigration more than by various sorts of economic policies for instance the manipulation of language. Does it because if you can control the speech then as good old uncle aristotle tells us you're controlling politics particularly in a self-governing republic so it's good for book sales that this issue of censorship in free speech is the number one issue right now. It's very bad for the country. But it's good for book
How To Increase Your Penny Stock Trading Profits Now
"The first thing that i need all of you guys have really wanna take your trading serious is to get some type of trading journal or have trading notes right whether you keep it in a physical journal whether you right in a word document and google drive by that you. Keep it into an excel spreadsheet. Doesn't matter the key thing is just having this type of journal and the whole aspect of behind it is to have certain socks right have look at certain ones and then be able to make certain predictions based off of your quick research on it or when you first start all who might take you ten fifteen minutes to do the right amount of technical analysis. Look at the charts look at the fundamental analysis meaning. The news of people are talking about it. Is there any good contractors. Any bad news coming up is a penny stock. Just you know if you look at the fundamentals real quick if you take a look at the balance sheet or the income statement using yahoo finance or in a lot of nowadays a lot of stock softwares out there. I'll be doing an episode on it. Have some recommendations over at in penny stock dot com. But you know if you want to be able to improve. You need to make sure that you're writing down in analysis of what you think if the stock is up the next day or if it's gonna go down or i have the right to simple head offices and the reason for that is because as you continue doing this right and this is going to lead into step to the watchlist as you. Keep kind of making improvements or making predictions on your wash list. The better off you're v because you'll start understanding l. looking as to why you either right or wrong and you'll be developing your trading skills. Now you're never gonna be one hundred percent right but a lot of the times. My traders usually get to a point of being eighty to ninety percent correct. And that really allows you to be very beneficial state because you can have confidence that you're looking at the right type of catalysts that are affecting the
Q&A: Should I Sell My House or Rent It Out?
"So About a year ago me and my wife had some stupid system. We've been married for about twenty minutes. Of course had to buy a house and we didn't have a whole lot of money for it so we didn't put twenty percent down. We put closer to five percent down and now we have a job offer about fifty sixty miles away. Certainly moving out of that house. And i'm wondering should be because i've been interested in real estate and property business because this is in a college town. Should i still kinda keep this house. Since he might be upside down. We tried to sell it while the fees included or should. I just try and throw as much money as i can to sell in providence. Profitable it yeah. Well it's not profit. It's just a matter of whether you write a check when you sell. It is all so get with one of our real estate. Lp's at ramsey solutions dot com. And find out what your reality is. This market is so hot. My guess is you're gonna get out of it that's my guess. And here's the thing. If you were living fifty miles away in working to new job you would not call me up and say. Hey dave i wanna buy a house fifty miles away with nothing down leverage it all the way up to what owes much on it as it's worth which means the rent is barely if at all going to cover the payment and so i really want to take on this liability fifty miles away. Nothing down by the way you wouldn't do that. that's effectively. What you got here house has got no equity in it and by the time you rent it for your barely going to cover the payment and by the time it's vacant a time or two and the heat and burps on you. You're gonna have a loss for the year. This thing is a problem. It is not a blessing. And i just heard the other day that they maybe today that they reinstated the mass mandate in california in someplace your one covert away. Your one tick uptick in numbers etc for colleges going back online and suddenly this thing. It feels like it's a sheer fire in college town. Not being so sure fire anymore. The guys i know with college real estate and it's not admittedly now lot. They're getting out. Just because it's so unsure uncertain.
Tobacco CEO Sees End to Cigarettes in Britain in 10 Years
"A tobacco company CEO is talking about the end of cigarettes in Britain yes the culture because the CEO of Philip Morris international the company that makes Marlboro cigarettes for overseas sales and was spun off from the tobacco company Altria in two thousand eight to focus on sales in emerging markets he's quoted in British outlet mail on Sunday saying the tobacco company foresees an end to its sales of traditional cigarettes in Britain within ten years asked if Philip Morris will stop selling cigarettes in the U. K. within that time he was quoted as saying absolutely check says the company's Marlboro brand will disappear from Britain for years Philip Morris's set its future shifting to electronic devices the British government has said it wants to end smoking in England by twenty thirty I'm Jennifer king
Tokyo Olympics: Caleb Dressel Wins Another Gold Medal for Team USA
"In Tokyo in men swimming here's Danny Cap. The United States earns another gold medal in the pool. This time, it's Caleb Dressel in company topping the podium in the men's four By 100 freestyle relay. Katie Ledecky came Oh so close, winning a silver in the women's 400 M freestyle softball. Kelsey Stewart hit a walk off homer in the seventh to lifting USA over Japan, 2 to 1. US finishes a perfect 51 pool play Same two teams square off on Tuesday for the gold medal in Tokyo Woman's Beach
Is Now the Time to Go Into 8K TV?
"Televisions are the next big thing and tv's but they've always been insanely expensive prices coming down now the right time to consider. I wrote a chain. This is your daily charge joining me. That's foremost tv. Expert david campfire. Welcome david good to be here. Roger so there is a new tv. That won't entirely. Break your bank right. Tell me about the deal tv so. Tcl is known as a relatively affordable tv and in our reviews we. We've given us a pretty good picture. Quality the higher end models are some of the best picture quality for the money and so they said this year that they're finally gonna come out with k. Tv they're gonna be joining samsung l. g. Sony in the eight k. Race all those brands are a lot more expensive than this. Tci also sixty five inches. The smallest You can get this. Tv in its twenty two hundred dollars and the cheapest You know. Non ak tv out there. Sixty five inches is about three grand. So that's a big discount He seattle is being very aggressive with the price. And just so. I think it's good context around that. It's like a sixty five inch four k. A very nice sixty five inch four k. tv. How much is that going to cost you about Twenty two twenty three hundred bucks. the best metric is a. Lg's a lead tv's and those are four k. resolution of the affordable ones or four k. resolution and Their series which is their mainstream series. Which is a spectacular television Right now caused by twenty two hundred bucks twenty three hundred bucks so about one hundred dollars slightly more expensive than the tcl but it's an old lead. You know based on everything. I've seen i'll say this upfront. Haven't seen this. Tcl eight k tv at in person. So i don't know for sure. What is fish qualities like but just based on underlying technology led versus you know the q. Lead lcd technology that uses. I think the g. lead will have a better overall picture despite having lower resolution.
Ash Barty Is Eliminated From the Tokyo Olympics Singles Tennis Competition
"Was knocked out in the first round. She, of course, coming off for Wimbledon victory, So she's one and done in Tokyo. And that's the reason why I say it's wide open on the women's side in terms of who could possibly win a gold medal. I'll be watching very closely. I think it's easier for you just given the time difference
A European University Adds An Esports Education Platform ft. Richard Withers of KAMK
"Led to the development of this new. Kind of Esports education platform for the University. Yeah. So so firstly, thank you for having me. I appreciate it off. Any opportunity to discuss the topic of Esports education especially in this day and age. I think they're sort of a a stigma surrounding the topic of a sports education. Especially with certain people in the industry, wanting to put out some less than valuable should I say opportunities for for up-and-coming talent, where you're not really getting a valuable education and you're putting a lot of money into this. So, it's really important for me to come on these sort of shows and just highlight that there are some some great players in the scene who are really providing some valuable education for those who want to pursue a career in sports. As you said I'm the E Sports development manager here at kind of University of applied sciences. We're definitely not the largest here in Midland but when it comes to sort of gaming and he Sports, we've developed quite a unique ecosystem surrounding that from the University universities Inception, quite some time ago. Now far before I join a gym One, they've had a well-known and well-respected game development. Degree offered in finished. Some of the graduates of went on to the largest game development, companies in the world, like supercell Rovio soft. So there was already that amazing gaming culture here that University, but when we were able to be one of the first, if not only the, the first in the world to offer a full bachelor's degree, these Sports business, of course that further exemplified our, our ecosystem here surrounding gaming and Esports. So although we are a smaller University on many of our students are focusing on the topic of either game development or e-sports. So it's definitely a very exciting opportunity for us. The degree itself is practical degree, of course, not during these times with covid-19 and everything, we've had to transition to an online format but fingers crossed going into the upcoming month. Autumn all of our students will be back with us on campus. That said, has been for the past three years, which is amazing. Especially as our course heavily focuses on the Practical elements. So getting our students that valuable hands-on experience and allowing them to grow their Network pool. So, of course, that is made much easier. When you're able to actually come in person off, we're constantly having industry experts. Come to speak to the students. And there are many student owned and operated organizations, like constant GT, which you mentioned. I'm the CEO off. So, I sort of act as the connection between the students and the upper management here at the University. But that organization allows the students to sort of get their hands in an industry that they do. It's sort of an all-encompassing brand. They do everything you can imagine from organizing large-scale events, they create digital content, they host, and manage, various Competitive Edge. Stores in csgo Valerie, Etc. So a little bit of everything.
"second time" Discussed on Twinning with Sisanie
"I hi you were saying that You can't believe we're halfway through this month. It's the middle of january and it feels like it's been one year already and that it's also been one second. Yeah it's crazy We'll see when you're in a week. Sorry it's like spit out my coffee seven years some. I called this the seven year itch. Do you know what that is. No not really no so they say that married couples sometimes get a seven year itch. And it's usually time that like they cheat or they file for divorce or they occur. Not super positive. No not at all. But it's like i wasn't ryan the brought that up on the arab yesterday or he mentioned it and i was just like now definitely not having that edge at all We couldn't be more love and more together and more happy even through this whole crazy pandemic which is insane. I truly believe that all the couples that did survive. This pandemic will stay together for you so you guys are granted resilient by you guys are good you know they always say like sometimes they don't always say but and i don't know who they are but I have read that parents who have twins sometimes a higher probability of game divorce because Like extra strength. it's extra stress and it's just that you get to at once at the same time and then the number one cause of it is usually Feeling like one is doing more work than the other and And kind of pointing the finger. And i found that michael and i sometimes do that to each other. Like booze less than usual poopie diaper. Because i've changed. It'd be kind kinda like the like tit for tat type of thing and there's no winning with that. Nobody wins truly but that's just frustration. It's we're both tired and it's normal. I think guess marriage bickering. But you know. We don't hate each other because i don't. I'm also sure that you know there's two of them so you both if you're splitting your Fully taking care of one child like you are doing the amount of work as a solo parent for one right. Yeah but then. Sometimes you're not like an. I'll be honest. Like i've had mornings where like we drank the night before and i'm super hung over and the last thing i want to do is like smell. Pu gosh awful or like you know. Be a great parent. So he usually takes. He usually takes the lead in that. And he'll you take care of both of them at the same time but There are a really good age right now where they're not a lot of work like they are a lot of work because they're almost three and they have so much energy. You told me a story that we're going to get to in a little bit. That seems like a lot of work. Okay there yes in theory yes but they at the it's not like when they're i just remember when they were one and walking and all we are eyeballs. I felt like had to be like on high alert at all times. Because you didn't know they were still wobbly..
"second time" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know
"Been taken off line. The house made president trump the first. Us president impeached twice. Now the senate's turn once that trial begins. Perhaps after joe biden's inauguration january twentieth and aesthetic patera covered at the capitol today an s era. And it's gonna be really interesting to see what happens in the senate now today. We saw senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell saying he hadn't made up his mind yet when it comes to impeachment sleep which was huge. That's the senate majority leader Saying he's considering possibly voting to convict president trump. It'll be interesting to see whether or other republican senators follow suit. There had been some reporting that mitch. Mcconnell was was looking at impeachment as a way to purge the party of trump because of president. Trump is convicted by the senate. You would not be able to run again in twenty twenty four and that's part of the reason. Impeachment was such an appealing option for democrats. I think what happened today. Though when we saw you know a vast majority of house. Republicans did not vote to impeach. The president there were ten. Did vote to impeach the president but a vast majority of them while condemning president trump condemning his rhetoric condemning his actions. These still didn't feel impeachment was warranted. So i'm really curious to see how senators look at this. Whether they have the same considerations we saw president trump putting out that video shortly after he was impeached. Putting out a pre recorded video during which he tried to condemn the violence at the capitol. It'll be interesting to see whether that's enough for republican senators. Abc's as kotehra with us. Who covered up the capital today. Our white house correspondent karen travers. Now karen go back to something Steve roberts said about we thought that maybe next week president trump would leave washington and hold a rally likely in florida that could be seen as the kickoff to a potential twenty four campaign. There is no talk of that happening anymore. Especially after what happened last wednesday and we don't know what the president is doing between now and when he leaves washington at some point around january twentieth. We don't know what he's gonna do in the weeks right after that but we do know that here. In washington there will be a legal team defending him in the senate impeachment trial. That is not what anybody was predicting Eight days ago simply stunning. Abc's karen travers. Our white house correspondent want to get a final thought from recliner political director rick. Well this is all uncharted territory. I mean to have the cascading crises of the biden presidency. All coming now amid the this impeachment push we. We've seen so many superlatives over the years as you as you noted that the top aaron but this is this is a new one for all of us in a new one for washington we are. We are in a very tense time in this country on a very troubling time Day for for the history books novell. Abc news political director. Rick klein real. Quick to steve roberts. Our political analyst steve over the last two months donald trump has done an indelible and eternal damage to his own legacy. This is self inflicted wounds. The way he handled the post election process the the riots at the capitol he leaves office a diminished and a damaged president in ways. That would not even been imagined before the election no question. Abc news. political analyst. Steve roberts after a stunningly swift response to the capital insurrection by the house impeaching president trump for the second time. I'm aaron katersky abc news..
"second time" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know
"Seven days from now joe biden. We'll be sworn in as president in that same place. This had the active encouragement of a city president of the united states between those two historic events. The house of representatives today took the unprecedented step of impeaching president trump. For a second time the charge inciting the homicidal mob that laid siege to capitol hill reject the demand for fealty to one man over fidelity to one's country. Democrats like steny hoyer and metal. Dean argued for accountability. He'll we need accountability and truth that begins by knowledge in the president's dangerous lies and their deadly consequences. Removing trump is the beginning of restoring decency and democracy republicans. Like steve scalise cited unity. It will only serve to further divide nation that is calling out for healing can. Republicans joined the democrats in voting for impeachment including dan. Newhouse articles of impeachment are flawed. But i will not use process as an excuse. There is no excuse for president. Trump's actions so on this historic night we begin with. Abc's in decorah who was there at the capitol as this vote went down as good evening. Erin good evening. Yeah the house voting to impeach president trump on that single articles of impeachment incitement to insurrection. We knew democrats at the votes. They needed they control the house. Obviously but what was interesting is we saw ten republicans joining their effort. We started the day knowing that five. Republicans five house. Republicans would vote to impeach and five more came out during the day to vote. Yes that's a big departure from what we saw playing out last time around last year. No house republicans voted to impeach the president still though we should point out that a majority of house republicans did not vote to impeach. There were some that actually defended the president not very many but some think for the most part what we saw was republicans coming out to condemn the president condemned the violence at the capitol condemned the president's words and actions up but they did not feel impeachment was warranted. That's what we saw from. House minority leader kevin mccarthy for instance who finally recognize the joe biden won the election. He said president trump did bear responsibility for the capital siege. But he argued that he doesn't believe. The president should be removed from office that he should be impeached and removed from office. Some of the arguments we heard republicans and make as to why they didn't support impeachment was that they feel. It is too divisive that it's time for unity. That president trump only has one more week in office in at this whole effort is kind of use. Lewis and democrats countered that by arguing that president trump poses a threat to democracy for as long as he is in office. Abc's other terror. We know this now goes to the senate to decide whether to. Convict president trump. What do we know about when this trial is going to begin so Senate majority leader. Mitch mcconnell did say that he would not be reconvening the senate. The senate doesn't reconvene right now. Until january nineteenth and mitch mcconnell does not plan to start the the senate trial any earlier. That's interesting because that means the senate trial will be held likely once. Joe biden is after once. Joe biden is sworn in and when when there is a new senate as well remember with recent gains recent democratic gains in georgia. The senate. the new senate will now be it. A fifty fifty Balance of power. So that's going to tip the scales a little bit and in favor of the democrats. It's going to be interesting to watch what happens in the senate today. Mcconnell was asked how he feels about impeachment whether he had made his his mind up and he said he had not which is huge. That means that the senate majority leader. The republican senate majority leader has not ruled out possibly impeaching the president voting to convict him and remove him from office and we'll see if more republicans Follow suit mitch. Mcconnell will be anxiously waiting to see what comes out of him and if he gives anymore indication as to what he's thinking abc's tara who was at the capitol today when the house voted to thirty two to one ninety seven to impeach president trump. For the second time he broke his long silence that lasted all day in a video released. Just a short time ago from the white house. And so we turn to our white house correspondent karen travers karen aaron. Good evening this is now the president's new way of communicating his messages to the third video. He's released since the violence at the capital last week. He's not doing this. By bringing reporters to him in the oval office or coming out to the briefing room. These are taped things which means of course you can do some edits. It's very scripted. So in this new video tonight. The president offered his most forceful condemnation yet of the insurrection at the capital last week. Here's what he had to say. There is never a justification for violence. No excuses no exceptions. America is a nation of laws. Those who engaged in the attacks last week. We'll be brought to justice. Aaron republicans are starting to react to this statement. Lindsey graham tweeted it a few seconds ago that the president's statement hit the mark that he rejected violencia unequivocally condemned those who defiled the capital. And lindsey graham said. This speech helps move the country forward but we should note. This took a week for the president to be so explicit condemnation and i think also important is that in the longer video. It's about five minutes erin. President didn't acknowledge playing a role in inciting the crowd of his supporters. Last week he still is not taking responsibility. He is not shown remorse for his comments at his rally last week and we heard from the house. Republican leader today kevin mccarthy that the president bears responsibility for that attack on congress and not only has he not taken responsibility for his own conduct in his own words. That led to the insurrection. Karen he he seems say these were not his people. It's really notable how the president is trying to distance himself from the violent crowd. Who were wearing maga- hats. Who were waving trump flags as they stormed the capital those videos that are just shocking to see people with american flags and trump flags assaulting law enforcement officers so in the president's retelling of what happened last wednesday. It's almost like this was a fake maga- crowd that was causing this violence causing the destruction and doing those assaults on law enforcement officers. Here's what he had to say about that. No true true supporter of mine could ever endorse political violence. No true supporter of mind could ever disrespect law enforcement or our great american flag no to supporter of mind could ever threaten or harass their fellow americans aaron but that crowd didn't just show up at the capital. This was not an organic gathering people with Trump flags. They were first at his rally about fifteen blocks away. They were absorbing his fiery message that he was telling them to fight like hell. And if you don't fight you lose the country and you know again. We've seen not just democrats and we saw a lot of them today and in the last week but republicans who say the president told those people to go up to the capital. He told them to fight and they went up there and did that. And he has to be held accountable. Abc's karen travers our white house correspondent..
"second time" Discussed on 5 Things
"Start when the puck drops on wednesday. We'll call it a sprint this year. The season's only fifty six games. The nhl is not playing a bubble that means disruptions are likely league has also realigned its divisions that was done to limit travel that also means teams will only be playing each other within their own division often multiple times in a row. Kind of like baseball. does it. Those rivalry games who get really good. It's always conferences conference in the stanley cup final. But that isn't guaranteed this year. You could have to traditional east or west teams facing each other in the stanley cup. Final for all the way to throughout the nhl season stay with usa today dot com slash sports amid a global deadly pandemic political turmoil and more. You're not alone if you're feeling scared or anxious. Usa today's alliott daska gear has some advice on how to fight emotional exhaustion. If there's a phrase to describe what many of us are feeling it's this emotionally exhausted. Mental health experts say emotional. Exhaustion is a sense of being overwhelmed. Broken or burnt out. It can show up physical tiredness mental tiredness difficulty concentrating. It's all the things that we when we're at our capacity sometimes at its worst. It's apathy and hopelessness if you're feeling emotionally exhausted Important to think about what you may be able to take off your plate to set boundaries with people in your life may be demanding too much and to engage in activities that refill you emotionally you can find on twitter at ali underscore e. Thanks for listening to five things. Be sure to subscribe for free. If you're not already on apple.
"second time" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Ability to identify people's ethnicity including leaguers white has previously said that none of it's technologies was designed to identify ethnic groups. My wang is a senior china researcher. At human rights watch. I have looked at a response from various companies and a generally can say what we don't do that or we did. That was regrettable. I think some of these are pretty technical arguments in that. The technology is south of may not be detecting people's raise at the moment of detection but that in the system is so our link to such detection in the database. So let's say you're walking in front of a camera. The camera does not say that. You're a white person on the basis of your facial features but it is identify you with your features going back to the back end to identify that person and into chinese government database somewhere is as you are a white person because the i d actually the police system identifies as such so. This is how i think. They're making some technical arguments about wide. Technology might not be at that instant of detection actually identifying race. But even the way you describe it kind of triangulating facial recognition with other data. I mean do you believe that's in use now. And is that essentially the same thing out. The impact and the result is the same and these companies are essentially doing tenneco gymnastics to wiggle themselves out of responsibilities because the ministry of public security chinese police running this baked surveillance system across the country the purpose of which is social control off the entire chinese. A large part of that is a racist idea that all leaguers are dangerous and tracking them and identifying untargeted him throughout the country now these companies supplying various levels of systems that enable that to take place they are using the marketing material describing these functions as a result they are contributing to these abuses so regardless of what they actually say as long as chinese minister of public security Using video surveillance in that way they are supplying the police in this system. They are complicit in these abuses of white surveillance. Technology is being used in the us. I actually don't know as much about their business in the us. I would say that there has been an expansion of power technologies global elite and the concern is not just just one company. The concern is a whole range of technologies being used increasingly provided by companies based in china and behold to the chinese government so talking about how it is somewhat a bit of amiss focused when the focus should really be. What are we going to do. Much of the world is going to be depend on chinese technologies. We don't really know what really goes on there and can't hold. These companies accountable wanted to go little further on that. As you see these surveillance technologies propagate what thoughts occur to you. I think that often people fear and fear allows for deepening of the surveillance. Wedneday should be addressed through other means. I think that both in the us across the world we seeing in increased collection of data that is unrestrained and we could very well lose democracies if we don't get on top the further development of technologies that can subvert democratic. Liberties is a senior researcher on china for human rights. Watch thank you very much welcome. We'll be right back. You're listening to the world..
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"Think think putin Why his using this chemical weapon to do. Do both kill me. And you know terrify others. Investigative journalists collaborated with navalny to track down who targeted him. Many signs pointed to the fsb the russian federal security service. They say the fsba agents were following the volunteers in the months before the poisoning. Here's who still a reporter with belling cat and investigative news organization. No alternative explanation could justify. Explain the close tailing by chemical weapons experts and by doctors of navalny plus the peaks in communication. Just before and after these trips the tail nevada. Right now navalny remains in berlin five months after he was poisoned but he said he'd return to russia as soon as he was healthy so today navalny posted announcement yardage moved. Navales said he feels healthy enough to go home. Go fly back to moscow on sunday. And he's called on his supporters to greet him at the airport. There's already speculation though that he could be arrested immediately but nevada said that for him returning home to russia is a no brainer. And by the way the airline that navalny will be flying on is called by via the russian word for victory for the world. I'm daniel offman just ahead on the show the. Who's attempts to get inside. China you're listening to the world. I'm marco werman you're with the world. The pandemic began a year ago in wuhan china this week. A team of scientists with the world health organization finally hits the ground in china for the first major investigation into sars covy to the mission has been mired in politics but scientists hope to finally gain important new details about the disease and it spread. There was a lot of. Gordon has been following the. Who mission who is on this team. Alana and what is the goal. So marco this is an international team of virus hunters from around the world and that includes scientists from germany australia japan vietnam russia the us lots of folks Marion cooperman's virologist from the netherlands. She's part of the team and this is how she explained to chinese television this week. The goal of their mission. We have been asked to take a deep look at the question. Can we understand how this pandemic started. What was the origin of the endemic. There are of course ideas about how great the virus originally has come from most likely bat reservoirs but give me some how reconstruct how exactly that happened. So this mission is looking into the origins of the virus where exactly it came from and how it made its way to humans. This can seem like a direct question but it can be complicated because like what animals might have been that intermediary animal that allowed the virus to make that jump. So how will they be able to figure something like that out so to start. There's a lot of mapping and reconstructing of what happened that begins in wuhan with that first outbreak. It's detective work. It's like piecing together information. What we know about that. I cluster of people who are infected Where to go from there. But they're also using much more scientific techniques something like genomic sequencing of samples of animals. Shaun griffiths is an emeritus professor at the university of hong kong. She's not part of this team. But i talked to her because she knows a bit about disease investigations. She was a lead on an international investigation of sars back in two thousand and three in hong kong. Can you piece together. This chain this chain of events by looking at that level. Can you use science to give you the answer. And marco griffiths says fifteen years ago information just didn't flow as quickly between countries as it does today but at the same time. They were able to investigate that outbreak. Much sooner than this group. Going to china today right so a lot of the submission is happening a year in the pandemic. Can scientists really get to the bottom of this. Many researchers refer to this kind of work as searching for a in a haystack. And so there's a lot to be careful about in building up the hype but any new they learn can be super exciting if it adds to an understanding of how the virus spreads. I talked with dr daniel lucy about this. He's not with the team. He's a hunter at georgetown. He even went to china on his own last year to try to learn more but says he just couldn't get access so lucy has so many questions about the outbreak. For example at the market in wuhan and we'll closely following what this team can actually learn now. Bare minimum consider obtaining hopefully full factual information about humans in about the live animals is a litmus test this hopefully accurate truthful factual information. I mean the. Who michigan alana had been delayed from china for so long. Us leaders have accused china of covering up the effort. There's obviously a lot of political tension here so could all this impede the mission of the. Who like you said. There's a lot of politics intention in all of this china's really been pushing this question of did the corona virus even originate there. So what the. Who says it's trying to do is make this as objective as possible. Even the appearance. Marco of politics being present Of looking to blame anyone for the outbreak can get in the way of honest communication on the ground. Mike ryan wwj's emergency operations director. He got really impassioned about this. This week lit this mission and let other missions about the science. Not about the politics. We are looking for the answers here. That may save us some future so more on all that to come. The world's gordon thank you. Thanks mike huawei is a leading chinese tech company. One of its specialties. Is surveillance technology and one group of people that the chinese government closely monitors is weaker. Some muslim minority in western china. Now come to light that a hallway patent for a video surveillance system mentions it's facial. Recognition.
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"second time" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"And then one day injure Mussa zone on single cell. I get so maiden and Whatever I get this guy? He moves to another cell across from me on the first tier and then One day SAUGUS lockdown. I'll turn in the yard on what's going on the Victor Edgy Miss. I told you put a pin in that dues name come back to Victor Ag when he drives up to the prison and he was to south down for me. I remember he was one of the few is one of the few times I actually saw or heard a guy get raped these african-american American guys from Washington. DC make six or seven just put running there and before he can say anything. They're just on top of them and it's just a term up sat- SAT- hat set terrible and everyone knew he was in trouble because he because he's a security risk because he escaped he has to stay in the six maximum. Security occur penitentiaries around the country. He can only be in those prisons so he could tell them. Hey you can't keep me on. They're like okay. What's another prison now your snitch? And you'll get like you can't you. He stuck stuck like chuck the only way. A guy like victory edgy. He can get out of this. Situation is if he witnesses some serious crime and then he says I'll turn state witness for the serious crime. So my accelerates murdered the guy who can rafter angel. I'm the yard what's going on. They locked down the unit. They bring us all in from the yard. They bring all the guys in from the for who had all been working that day. We're all the gymnasium and then we're all in the In the auditorium. And then we all gotta eat lunch. Where lunch I get pulled out of there and they arrest me on the first guy arrested? They found some clothes some blood on their in my thing which ended that being nothing but it ended up being a cut in order but a founder. Let's pull them up so that would have been cleared of that pretty quickly. Look me when they found the blood had nothing to do with anything but Victor Ag sees me get arrested. Victor Agency says I saw Joe nearby near that sow and he gets escorted out of the prison that day. And he's gone he doesn't have to get raped again and now I'm locked in this thing and then for the rest of the day I hear it. I'm in solitary confinement for the rest of the day. They're pulling one Mexican out together and every Mexican gets pulled up we none of us had anything to do with it but all of them were owed money for drugs so before we get to use that opportunity you find it all the time. Something like that goes on. You could say I think I think shorty had something to do with it and you'll short one hundred bucks. Guess what you're not gonNA air out the patient or hundred bucks and it all wanted a cost to too short he has. I think Tony from from Williams. I think he had something to do. and You owe tony like two hundred bucks. That's how you get guys off the the line and these he'll just pull them up and take them out two years later the guy who actually had done the killing and stayed out in the population general population He just got himself troubled. Talk too much and people told him so That's how that happened for. That's how I got there because somebody said that they saw me and got me in trouble title and so how is it different being in solitary then being in general population. Solitaire is There actually there's two things about your I was taking I and to the shoe was a special housing unit. Twenty three hours a day on your cell You get three five days a week Monday to Friday. You get an hour recreation an entire week you get Three showers okay. So that's the shoe but they have double sales in the shoe sometimes so solitary when you're actually in a cell by yourself alone and so I am always clear on this and I think I need to be clear with people on this one. I wasn't in solitary the entire two years. I was in a cell with another guy. I think I think I don't know four or five months of that. I got on my hand. Gaza one point and stabbed a guy in solitary confinement. And so let's back up. See you got out of your handcuffs and you stab. Somebody sounds sounds sounds more than it is. Yeah no I didn't like a guy he didn't like like me. We're we're talking shit to each other. And so I was on their oppression when we were like okay. Let's meet in the REC yard. So I had a summit. We had a summit and what they do the guard come in. They would open all this the food trap doors and all the south of all the guys who were going to come out to wreck he and I. WE'RE GONNA go down there and then we're going to have it out well. They opened up the food traps on all the doors. Guys who are going to go out to wreck trek you stand there with your hand behind your back. A guard comes any handcuffs. You through this little slot. He handcuffs handcuffs. You he opens. Your door has opened south. Twelve door opens you. Step out and you go wait Kurds of front of the tier and there's guards moving out there doing this and then they closed here and they go to the next cell they don't nobody's walking you over there. So there's there's guys just moving around the cell we're all coffee eight hundred back. And so I saw him get out of his cell walk over to another her cell with his hands on his back and that door was open and I saw guy slide a knife into his back his hand so I knew he was GonNa stab me. Wow the difference between me and him as I did the same. Move to a friend of mine. A friend of mine didn't just put a knife in my hand he on handcuffs. So this guy's walking overall cool hiding the knife under you know in his clothing as he's walking back hands behind his back and he's thinking we're GonNa get unhandcuffed and then he's GonNa make a move on me. I don't wait for that. I now have a weapon. Can I have no handcuffs on me. And so I go over them where he staying things. Oklahoma walking up to him I kick them in the boss. He bends over and boom boom. I I just real quick.
"second time" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"Was a weird surreal place in some guys. They wanted to lock themselves in their sow because they didn't want to get transferred to another prison so he would all slide over all our books and anything weapons we had so these guys has could like locked themselves in their selves Tina one in particular they try to open the door and wrong. Wrong won't won't and it wouldn't open. He had jammed at really tight and then he had put paper up on the window part secrecy in and he says come on in I got to I got avenue John. Let's do this so They brought a guy to a welder into like remove the door off the track. Meanwhile meanwhile there's like five or six stormtrooper cops behind with like umpire vest and mask like an empire mass and they got gloves and they're just like they got they got all all this padding on them because they're going to go in there and they're going to. They're going to extract him and the welders yelling. He's he's dumping water because there was just holes in the door and he kept throwing water on the side to douse the flame because he has water in the sink and has wanders toilet so they turned the water off and he exhausted his water supply right so they started doing it again. I mean this is going on and on and on and on and finally like Oh you're gonNA turn the water off faulk all queue motherfuckers. You think you mother fuckers. I got something for your. is you crazy. Well there's going on and finally there's more water all of a sudden there's more water. Where do you find the why well jobs back? He's throwing his this. He's so like that guy. They ended up getting them out of there because he only has so much piss and they took the well indoor off and they beat the fuck out of him and when they they hog tied him to a big big long haul and I remember when they drag him out. It was one of those moments in prison where I was just like. It was stunned to see what they could do to us. I get just get get away with it. I mean they went in there and they had a chance and they did when he walked out. He looked like he was barely alive. How he can breathe? I couldn't even tell but yeah he lived fortunately prisons chaos it just really. It is total chaos. I mean guys would squirt Shit Guards when they would come to feed them if they are mad at them. They got our shampoo bottle and they put some of their sitting. There stirred it up. And and there'd be this long stream should chasing a guard off the tier like it was. It was madness. It was crazy at that level guys just.
"second time" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"In retrospect when I gave it some extra thought and consideration as started thinking. Yeah that's how how desperate. Joe Was to maintain the Yuppie lifestyle. This is Danny Shah again. The easiest way and shortcut for him to get the money that he needs to sustain that lifestyle would have been robbing banks. So I wasn't really shocked that so in Paul told me that He told me that Joe wanted to reach out to me. Why do you think he got back in touch with you? I think he was. He was lonely in prison. Not Not a Lotta people came up. Because of course after got arrested and convicted. All of his Yuppie friends had deserted him and he was just Josie social person. So the more people he can get to come up and visit him better at his eight year sentence. We'll go so he just reached out because he wanted a friend. Yep I believe so because yeah he never really asked for anything except For food out of the vending machine visitor's center when we used to go visit all right. Come up there and visit them and so of course the call comes in collect and would you accept a call from federal penitentiary. I'm like okay. A and he's like hi. How are you doing here? You're getting a divorce and I said I hear you're in prison. Search like he usually does and so it was kind of like all that time that we missed I went straight back to the neighborhood kids and who we were as friends. I was going through my divorce and he was in prison. Then and so it was kind of like A friendship that bad. I think we both needed at the time. mm-hmm so do you remember when you went to visit him the first time Yes I went up there and I think when I went in there there are Joe. Had a brief me before to bring lots of quarters And change for the vending machines. Because that was the highlight of his whole day was to be able to buy junk food Out of the vending machines because he was on a standard bland prison diet and there was no find that so I brought a whole mess quarters and all that and the first visit like all the other visits was was filled with a lot of laughter. A lot of Good Times a lot of reminiscent of pastimes right. When he sat down it was kind of like a conversation of kids in high school? Going back to that time. And do you remember what you guys talked about on that first. visit in my Lord What's new what's new? What have you been doing what? What is this like basically i? I wanted to find out from the time that he laughed highschool or the time he moved out of our neighborhood to at the time now so he had a lot of stories to tell in what was going on with his life and and so it was a lot of listening and understanding for those visits. Like what was your impression of him when you were Kinda Manzi well. When when he was growing up he was very skinny kid? You know he had like little toothpick legs and he was very skinny. So when I come and see this guy I he's a man he's completely built out he's been lifting weights and he's just a bigger guy but I knew him as the boy and I knew what was inside of him of the person that he that I knew him as it was a criminal. You tell me about the story about the woman who actually urinated on on herself and I'm like that's that's just unbelievable and and she probably will never be able to be in certain types of jobs that require that that that's the part I didn't like and how it affected other people and I could tell by the way walked and all the rest of that that He was becoming institutionalized As what is the verb the police officers like using a lot fritters. I mean basically it means that You have to develop A whole different persona physical presence And basically wherever you walk you throw a three hundred sixty degree field of awareness around you because you never know when you're going to be attacked from behind and all the rest of that you walk with a gate of Predator for all intents and purposes to go and dissuade any potential predators deters from attacking you..
"second time" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"So back in the old neighborhood back when Joe Paul their data I'm Brenda we're all living in Burbank. The bank there was this little crew that Joe and Paul used to hang out with. We've heard from Danny Shaw. One of Joe's good friends from Burbank. Times he's been on a few times in the podcast. There was also Lisa Lisa Perez so when joe laughed I wanNA say he left. Roughly about seventy seven Lisa still lives in Burbank. Not Too far from where they all used to hang out together just one day the family moved and I did not know. Oh why they were moving where they were moving to and never heard from him after that fast forward ten years to just about toward the end of Joe's bank robbery days I met Joe by accident at the Glendale Galleria. My brother and I were shopping during Christmas. I hadn't seen him. Since the time he left. Alhambra and I said Hi. How are you hi? How are you and you're trying to make like a huge conversation? Within a small period of time and unbeknownst to me his girlfriend was in the store also so his girlfriend Joe's Joe's girlfriend at the time so she sees joe talking to a girl and yeah and so she puts her arm around him and he was like Oh my gosh. This is my childhood friend that I haven't seen forever and we were introduced to each other and We were kind of housing's going for you. How's things going for you? unbeknownst to me he was already starting his crime spree. 'cause you know he didn't share any of that with me at the time time and I didn't hear from him after we met. We didn't exchange phone numbers. We didn't do anything them a few months later I was home and my mom mom called me and said Kay Paul's here and I'm like oh I said well I'll come over and say hi to him. And that's when Paul told me that as brother was in prison and that he had been convicted live robbing banks and in the back of my mind. I said I'm not surprised..
"second time" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"Joe When did you realize that you were becoming somebody else in prison. That you're taking on this new persona. was there like a specific incident or something that happened. That made you think. I think I'm different now. Yeah there is a point where I realized that I knew enough enough guys who were serious men and I was known as somebody who now hung with the series Mexican mobsters so that that some permission was given to me now to dial up my game it turns of extortion. And all these other things because people would. You don't WanNa mess with me. I started taking advantage of that first time I ever did that. was I betrayed a friend. This is why a friend of mine was Danny. He was telling me this guy had just come to the prison who was in there for tax fraud and he was in a minimum security prison but he was caught at that prison doing doing some tax after that he was in prison protect and he was still doing tax fraud. Yeah so then he got so you get into maximum security penitentiary got more time and so my my friends said basically humanity traffic this guy under our wing my wing and see if I can get more money out of me and my friend Angel. We ended up basically ASLI stain. Ricky you're going to work and and and got that guy to like make money for us. I'm embarrassed to say but strong-armed him away from my friend's house it was my friends hustle. Hustle been this happened. Did you think like did. Did you reflect on it and think like Oh shit. I'm a different person now knows it. Just kind of it wasn't long slope. It was so I get to do this now. I'm still a criminal. I'm coming up I WANNA come up. I still wanted to get better. I wanted to get stronger. And it's like oh I get to do this now. I'm going to do. That's how you that's how you come up. He just assumed the store opens you. Walk through it. I get to do this now and there were no repercussions precautions. He didn't come stabbing he just like sheepish. About it and there's nothing we could do nothing really you can do. And so I got to be violent menacing threatening full of Guile I also saw a lot of men even Mexican mafia or any of these mafias. A lot of them got to their position by Guile by betraying people that then they're coming because a lot of those guys Q.. Each other the kill the brothers in their own mafias right like Curtis story about a guy who went dying and he was being stabbed at us out and that was why we know what who who we who had injured he had had no idea what is infraction was right Joe and there was just I understood the politics now. I understand what was going on. I understood the mistakes. I was now playing with everybody around. You was a killer and so I found that I felt like I get this. This was the way moved into war. Like I get this. This is where I belong so dial well it up to go crazy. Madness swam in the suspicious. The paranoia the chaotic. I loved it. We'll be right back..
"second time" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"Yeah we become Rhode. Dogs turns out. He knows a lot of people. His best friend in the prison is a member of the Mexican mafia an old guy and and he walked yard together. Guys names tower so I get to hang out with them sometimes. Long Story Short. There's another Mexican off your soul. Who hangs out with our his? Name's Doug would based on all I don't know if you remember the dagger dumpsters and old old comics character from the forties and fifties and Dagworth does Mexican killer and he had this big mustache that looked like Emiliano Zapata Moustache Right. So he's carrying it off like that and he and I become friends so people were like. Oh Oh shit. This new guy is hanging with DAG would and he angel have with our like. I am now part of this I just visually you have to take me seriously. Even Predator for. I don't know anybody but in the feds different you know. It's not like it wasn't the state I got entree. I'm at tables with guys. Who Got John Gotti? The Italian mobsters best friends from when they were ten years. Old Boy parodies. I'm like I know these people angels love. Oh by all his mobsters so like and I'm I'm a nice guy. He's all right with us in. Just get along okay. That sounds very lucky. I mean did you have to do anything to prove yourself to these guys like Rosier relationship with Angel. Like Angel was a knucklehead. He was a guy who is constantly drunk driving a prison meaning name he would constantly offend people constantly and so he come in and say it might get your knife man. I gotta go hand on this thing over here and he would go. Some guy sound goes whatever I'd have to stand outside the cell and if it was going to have somebody was going to happen. The other guy thought it was just him and angel. He didn't realize I was standing out. It'd be me an angel against right. So he would go in their nature was good at making those guys just pee on themselves in the and the vernacular guys as we. Just no no no no. I don't WanNa problem when you talk. I don't want an error. He had this tactic where he would walk into a south row. Knife on the bed and say you don't like me. I don't like you pick hit up last one standing wins and nobody would ever pick up that knife because they knew that he already. He had made peace with his maker. That guy did not have he was not dialed up to that point. No matter how tough he was he wasn't gonNA pick a knife. I was always there when Asia would do that kind of move a couple of times Went and extorted from guys and I went in this hour although and we just so he knew that I was his righteous road. Dog like that's where we were. He backed by play a couple of times. I need I back display every time. And he was emmy. Here's a drunk driving fooling. He was always getting in trouble. And people are telling me do are you as row has gotta get a job as a yeah. I don't use my road dog. That's my Roy. Dot.
"second time" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"Aw so get to LOMPOC. First thing that happens is A minivan actually does mean four. The guys one of the guys never forget his name is victor. Ag a reason I know is because he got arrested while we were doing time. He had escaped from the Metropolitan Detention Center. was I open and read about it like six guys escape. He's the only one got away and he gets arrested because because a prostitute turned him in and said he was trying to Raipur so when he comes back to jail now he's not just a bank robber he's a rapist and everyone's like Oh. Now you're in trouble because you get labelled a rapist on the street now. People can hottest one of the stupid things like you can get raped in prison. Isn't because you're a rapper. And he's sitting next to me now driving up to Lompoc but when we drive up and we A veteran I ended up in the same unit. They give you an reception. They give you your blankets in your pillow and your clothes and your towels and go find your unit. Our Unit was K- unit. Step out into the main line and this is like this. The main corridor corredor that all the units are connected to this giant artery. Is I don't know twenty feet wide. It looks like you park. Mark to eighteen. Wheelers is tall high and wide. Maybe three eight hundred law big corridor any and you turn right. And that's all I leave reception going in this corridor and it's a bunch of guys walking around the guard sister. You've got this union. You Got Yourself over here. I go to the the cell and and get the top bunk in a cell and there's a red handkerchief over the light in the south like a brothel. I you want the fuck. Is this so I go to a Mexican guy. They'll Mexican dude. I'm not sure I just drove up man I'm from L. A.. I don't WanNa be in this guy. Sow He's going on our last figure it out so he make some moves and he gets me in this hour next to him with a guy named Angel.
"second time" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"Going on in detention center. I mean while you're waiting to be transferred to LOMPOC. They throw another guy in there archie. Older dude good man like forties grey hair. He's older his older guy. Nice sweetheart of a man I am. I married do it in here. He's robbing banks when we yeah really because yeah. My brother-in-law gave me up But he goes up to should we go to the same unit upstairs. And I'm able to like start getting him. Say Dude Standard. Stay with me. We France so I get a good room. May I get into good cellmate. And he's goes done time alarm park so when you're with a salad he knew a lot of guys already so he like he could introduce mysel- my cellmates. Alright guy and I made I carried myself and conducted myself not like shot caller at all but like I've done time in the state I guys could see his kind of serious because there's quiet super quiet mine Mav business finding what's the what and then there was this. One Guy was an older African african-american due to play Cheswick. Sometimes I remember his name. He had been a long and he said I'm GonNa tell you some things to survive LOMPOC. I'll never forget this one thing. He said if a guy yells at you and he says hey. Don't ever answer to. Hey if you walk in the unit and people were or a coin you hey hey you and you turn around. You're looking at who me that's your head's on a swivel that's GONNA show fear and panic and and insecurity. She used walk. That person wants to talk to you. Make sure they come up with funny. You know you and it's hey you don't know man you that you're like abroad. And they're like the construction workers trying to get your attention. You just ignore them. He says. And if anyone kicks anything under your cell while you're We sell doors close. Is your southern as open as somebody throw some yoursel you kick it out. You don't even open. It has nothing to do with you. Somebody wants to give you something they'd give it to your hand because you don't know what your opening and you don't know what you get yourself into those two pieces of information I was like I can work with that Shit but made me feel like prisoner was going to be a thing where I I was gonNA catcalled. It'd be a lot of shit under my door And it sounds.
"second time" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"Mark One falling in Joe. What happens after you're arrested and sentence like where you staying where you going? What's the process? They dragged me down to the Metropolitan Tingey attention center deposit my ass in jail now. Now we're going to go to prison and I'd been being on the run and when I was on the run I played golf in Pasadena and run activities. Yeah a lot of golf. I played it all over the place. But there's one place in Pasadena which was also where how copters we go over the the golf course to land get gas and come back into San Gabriel Valley. So have you hiding under trees. I kept thinking every helicopters after because because I've been pulled over by helicopters before I've been tracked by helicopters before I was so scared of how a copper and so a minute holding sale and then a hear a helicopter outside and my fees looks doc and then realizing armory cut her have to Zerorez. I got fucking God for the next eight years. I don't have to worry about a helicopter like my body. AWW Like I can let go fear of a helicopter and I also chuckled. Because in that moment I realized Oh that's phrased you rescued. You weren't arrested comes from of 'cause I was like I felt like I was more rescued in that moment from the fear anxiety of being a fugitive and I confinement is a good thing. I don't have to worry about again so there must be some kind of like. Yeah I mean on the one hand you're caught on the other hand. Yeah that's exactly and if you think that that means you're the kind of prisoner who rescued not arrested and that you insult you and so I was realizing on on them. I really.
"second time" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"Western sound. This is the score season one. The bank robber diaries. I'm Ben Adere and this is episode eleven the Second Time In. Okay Joe I have a question An episode nine. We ahead talked about how you were working at your job at the restaurant and you had other employees working on your time cards and how that gave you kind of an alibi for a a lot of the Times that you would go robbing but then you also said how you took your friend to go rob for you. Your friend who turns out looks a lot like you and he got ideas you but it turns out when they went to check the cameras. Use Four inches shorter and that made the FBI. I think that you have this double out there and ED. I assume it through the eyewitness identification under suspicion. Yeah I mean it was actually when I called quarter Scott. I'd Explain Rain To my dad and quarters. I ended up been in that bank. I swore moments grave. I had not been in the bank so in courts went to especially GIA quarters that is went to go look at the film he called. I called him and he says okay. Joan tell you something right now and you need to pay attention. These women were robbed robbed and wins in a couple of hours. They both falsely identified. You and they had just been robbed the women. We've been going going to you. Rub Thirteen months ago. Ten months ago nine months ago eight months ago that makes all of those suspect to because of these these two women who had just been rob. You could be so wrong right now. All of those a suspect. He's basically saying this. Is your argument with your lawyer. You need to tell them. Oh you got a double. But wouldn't they go to your manager at the restaurant and say did he released. I need time cards. They didn't go to my managers why they did that is on them. I have have no clue except to say if they had gone to her. I can't say what she would have said but I know one thing they would have gone her and say. Is this your signature there and she would have been able to say legally yes. That's my signature. And that's all they're gonNA want. They're not going to say. Hey but could he have had clemente in the back worked for him that day and like have you like they're not gonna go to. They just needed verifone. One thing. This is a piece of evidence. Is that your signature. She would have said Yeah. Nafta had pushed her further. She would've been either. Had to make a choice. Joe Didn't work that day. I remember for sure that it was lamented. Who worked on his time card and so now the company is liable for its own crimes? It opened his an. I don't know that she would have done that. And there's no way they have proven that clemente work that day because she signed it right there there that's it and that's all she needs to say so suddenly you're not going to jail for sixteen or even thirty six. I'm going for three for the three. So they say listen we got you on these three.