14 Burst results for "Sergeant Anderson"
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on Against The Odds
"Its late evening on july fourth day. Twelve of the rescue. The camp is starting to quiet down. The press has gone home and the workers are packing up for the day but in the americans tent. The shadow operation group has gathered to hear john's report. The regular group is present. Rick and john and the american special ops team including sergeant derek anderson. A few new divers from the uk and australia have joined. The group to the mood is subdued and quiet. Major hodges breaks the silence. how are the conditions down there in the cave. John von then speaks up. Oxygen is low and the kids will need more food soon. Sergeant anderson tells the divers they can quickly russell up more are ease. Rick shakes his head. That's not the problem. The problem is carrying extra weight to. It's already grueling dive. We need experienced divers people trained in this kind of thing. We don't have that time before the rains arrive. Hodges knows rick is right but there must be other options rick. The seals said the kids her roosters and dogs somewhere. What do you think of the alternate entrance theory not possible. There are no towns close enough for the boys to hear life and they're sitting at least a third of a mile down. I am one hundred percent certain. The main cave entrance is the only way in. And what about the oxygen pipe. The seals are working on. Is that an option. But again rick shakes his head. No there are jagged rocks and edges everywhere and the gap between chambers three and four is the size of a manhole cover. Hauer inexperienced divers going to screw together lengths of hose and push that through before the rain comes. It's like trying to shove an oversize pillow into a case. That's too small no matter what way you look at it. It creates risks so no alternate entrance. No auction knows what's left. Hodges puts it up to the room. The thai command insists on a zero risk option. Are there any at all. The tent falls silent. finally rix quietly. Unfortunately there are no zero-risk options here. Another silence then. Hodges speaks up again then we have to look at the option of diving them out again. Let's talk about odds. What do you think rick in this situation. We're looking at an eighty percent fatality rate. That means ten of them won't make it out. The divers look at the floor faces. Grim hodges gives the group a minute of the thought to sink in and then turns to a whiteboard. Okay gentlemen how do we better odds over the next several hours the divers top three various scenarios. How many divers would they need. How would they do it. And how long would it take one of the biggest challenges of emission. Like this is even if they can find experienced cave divers none of them will know the route. This isn't your ordinary cave dive. This is a one and a half mile. Trek through sharp outcroppings and tight passages that hardly fit a man unless he turns sideways added child of that one who most likely flail and panic. It's a suicide mission. Rick tells the group when we pulled out those stranded pump workers. It was a disaster. No matter which way they turned the puzzle around they keep coming back to the same number eighty percent battalion rate.
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on Against The Odds
"Finding an above ground. Entrance is just one of the many ideas tie command considers. The first is a plan to construct a tube that's miles long and as wide as a manhole for the boys to crawl out of but they soon realize the jagged rocks and violent current would make a tube like this completely impossible when that ideas ruled out the tie efforts shifts focus keeping the boys alive inside of the cave until monsoon season ends and then the boys can walk out but oxygen levels are running low so the need to get some more air into them. The military quickly works up a plan for an auction house. That will run from outside of the cave all the way into chamber nine soon. The busy rescue site becomes even more hectic trucks rolling with schools of hose. The hose is heavy and it takes dozens of workers to enroll it and drag it into the entrance. The farther they go the harder gets but they keep going what other options they have. Rick stanton is frustrated. He can't believe the seals didn't consult anyone before they sent their teams into the cave. At least the doctor down there now. But why didn't they bring any food. But he and john have an ally master sergeant. Derek anderson on the american special ops anderson is one of the most critical thinkers in the camp and he can get things. Done the perfect skill set or a situation like this. When rick and john tell anderson what the boys need most now is food. anderson suggests 'em are east emory's or meals ready to eat our military rations. each one has about one thousand two hundred fifty calories. We have more than one hundred of them. Anderson tells the men if everyone eats one meal. A day of food will last about a week. It'll buy us some time to figure out next steps but each meal ways half a pound. How will they get them. All in rick polls attitude three feet long. We can put them in these. The tube is neutrally buoyant which means in water. It won't sink or rise that divers can pull the cargo directly behind them anderson. Grins looks like we have a plan. Anderson's team helps rick and john. Pack up the food and prepare for another long trip to chamber nine before they leave sergeant anderson hands rick a handheld device when you get in there. Let's get an oxygen reading on the chamber..
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on Against The Odds
"Major charles hodge's is finally able to see his way through the chaos. Hodges has been at the camp now for two days running. His special forces unit trying to coordinate rescue efforts seen with his own eyes. How amazing it is that an entire country has come together to rescue the voice. He has no doubt of the authentic bravery in honor of all the seals and the government rescuers and officials however he also sees that there is a need for his team. Specific skill set here. Major hodges knows how to filter out the noise and create workable razor. Sharp action plans now. The belgian diver has bush passed the t junction with a guide rope. It's time to take action late in the afternoon. On june thirtieth august calls together group of top notch experts to meet in a far corner of the camp. He wants to talk to them. Forming a shadow planning operation to find the boys and get them out. There's the british type including rick stanton and john von thin two of the best cave divers in the planet who know firsthand had to get into and out of the cave with bodies on their back. Vernons world foremost tom. Luanne cave expert. Who has tirelessly searched for alternate routes in and the thai water guru tonic. Nazi hodges has come to admire on. Its work ethic and the ideas and then of course is team of special forces as everyone. Settles in august tries to speak over the roar of the rains outside. Look i know some of you are still trying to figure what we do exactly. Let me tell you. Three hundred and fifty third identifies problems and then gets all the necessary players together in the same room. We searched for solutions using available manpower and equipment. We've all seen the harp tie. Rescue workers have but no one is coordinating this thing from a bird's eye view we don't have time for disorganization so let's start looking at different angles and come up with solutions gentlemen. You're here to help you do what you do but efficiently. There is a positive as the men taken this info but soon hodges sees that his outline of three hundred and fifty third capabilities is working for talks attendant who shares his info was sergeant anderson. They shared topographical maps and charts. Illest options for saving the boys and then ranked them by risk. Most dangerous to the least in which you're most likely to be met with success. They talk about possible outcomes for each scenario. The most of all they are talking. The shadow teams rescue. Plan has.
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"Shower tent she bt beckoned me to enter. I was happy to oblige. I felt human again. Is after you get out of the shower. I felt human again. I smelled civilized. I felt like a brand new man. There was also going to be hot. Chow served that night. The first time they received any since we left Bougainville. And I absolutely couldn't wait so you get to chesty and you kind of settle in and then this happens. I was awoken by a serious hushed. Conversation just outside the S. T. P. Which is the shock trauma platoon surgical tent door? And I heard someone lifting up the camel netting to make her way into our sleeping area sergeant Anderson Whisper rang out among the sound of crickets generators. Not So far away. After a short whispered discussion sergeant Anderson said absolutely Ma'am we can help 'em make on your feet. We hardly walk down into an open field to pre-stage ourselves in the darkness and in a few minutes the unmistakable sound of an incoming helicopter grew louder out of the dark. Iraqi night flickering lights were flipped on as a C. H. Fifty-three Sea Stallion Sea stallion. Descended into a churning cloud of dusk with the lowering of the ramp. The crew chief signaled for us to advance we charge forward into the hot turbine exhaust and deafening noise into one huddled mass taking the beating sand against our skin to quickly move up. The tail ramp a green light illuminated tobacco the helicopters we ran up the helicopter crew in the back pointed to several occupied litters that held the severely wounded clad in bloodied bandages and it was very sobering scene. Each of US grabbed an end of the litter carefully and carried them down the ramp and away from the Hilo as their ponchos. On top violently. Snap back and forth against the gusts of the still spinning blades. We made our way up to the small inclined toward the open tent door of the S. T. P. And inside a fluorescent world doctors were preparing their hands with red iodine streets running down their arms. I heard the marine who we were carrying mumble something and I couldn't make it out. Stay strong Marine. We Have U. S. T. P. Buddy. You're going to be all right. I gave more encouragement though I had no idea what his prognosis was. But the more. I looked at his bloody bandages the more I was getting a sinking feeling in the pit of my belly that he might not survive the night we crash through the doorway to put our wounded guys onto the litter stance but the rear doors were sealed and the only way to get out. Was the way we came in so he stood there. Trapped as the other wounded servicemen. Were still being carried in and we got a small glimpse into the world of another kind of hero. The nurses and doctors of the S. t. p. immediately assumed their duties and started to cut the uniforms off the casualties and throw them into a bloody pile on the floor. Start intravenous lines and start to speak loudly to the patients.
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"Rv will actually tell you what you need to do to be qualified if it's possible. Wow so you're you're kind of meeting these people in the middle. It's not just like in the old days you know it's like here good enough or you're not good enough and sometimes aren't even really assessed Before this Atta you don't look ranger. Which really really old school. I think Even before my generation. You're actually going to meet these people in the middle a little bit tell. Hey you're not quite there yet but these are some of the things you can do to get there we'll we'll send out PT programs if you need it If you need to improve your GT score or get a secret clearance Or if you need to way because of the state so like some of this is going to run into just like. Gt Scores for one thing. How we talked about me in the middle of right now require one oh five. Gt score for you to come to the regiment. But we're going to build a wave cases as case by CASE BASIS. We could wave it down to ninety. Gt score so just depending what your mos is everything like that. That's where we're going to kind of work with you and we could get you down to ninety if you're a qualified individual pretty much Right now all of our eleven series. They're not going to be able to come in with the waiver. They're going to have to have that one. Oh five if they're in service individual or coming from Osa All other individuals of is going to be basically minded to where we could wave it down to. So that's just that's just one of the things we're currently doing. But that's GonNa Change all the time just depending on the manning of the regiment. What we actually need so so one of the themes I'm hearing here is. Don't these select yourself over and over again. This conversation which is very different than what I guess. It used to be what they might always been that way. Not The de-select Yourself. You gotTA show up and do it and if you make it you make it but. I don't think anybody knew that no outside. Yeah right that's awesome and then there's another opportunity right because after. Oh said you've got airborne school and I know you guys used to come into airborne school as well. Yes is again. I being the forbiddingly as on a brief infantry airborne school as well so with airborne school the the process is very similar Typically it's going to be day three of course At zero five in the morning. So it's a it's an early day but anybody that's interested in the Ranger Regiment can come out to that brief and same same kind of format right like who. We are what we do what it takes to get to the Ranger Regiment And then again the opportunity to volunteer if you're interested And then at that point Again same same screening process Find the qualified applicants. And then they're going to get put on assignment to attend Rasp so for the airborne school brief just like any of the basic training briefs You have to be an ICT. Soldiers initial entry training soldier. I mean you're in training status. Haven't arrived at a permanent duty station yet in your career And if you are that sort of soldier you can volunteer in airborne school and then immediately upon completion of Airborne School We COME AND PICK YOU UP. Bring you over to the day of graduation and you are in the pipeline to tender. Ask but as soon as you graduated from airborne school okay. So if you are an airborne school and you are currently in service at a unit would probably talked to Sergeant Anderson in that case. So because you'd be an in service absent so if you're if you're in-service There's there's nothing that I can do like on the fly to get. That is because there's a lot that goes into the unit probably paid their tdy to get them to airborne school right. You belong to somebody you. There's somebody reports. He's I can't pull you out and put in there. It wouldn't work so I have them. Come to the brief pretty commonly. I can answer their questions. Get them contact info. So that when they get back to their unit They have all the information they need to get. The process started. I also thought I heard something in the conversation where you guys had mentioned that you can go from. Oh said you can go to rasp in not the airborne piece in between so is that now. The situation yes. Another current situation is we're going from Osa to Rask that we're going to go ahead and send those individuals to airborne school We're just kind of doing that. Because it was being sold for the option forty contract as as sign option forty contract. You'RE GONNA go to basic training. You're going to go to your ait. You're going to go to airborne school and then you'll just drop your contract and then you go to the regular army. That's going to be able to get that Just airborne slot and you could be an airborne unit so that kind of counter that we have individuals actually coming in with the option forty contract. We're going to send them to rasp after Osa before going to school. So it's Kinda helped our numbers and we've seen a change in how many people actually quit. Voluntary withdrawal I when it was flip-flop. Okay so that's a positive increase. I'm guessing yeah so it's been a positive increase for US awesome. We've decided we're GONNA come to the Ranger Regiment. We've got our RASP date we pass it. We get our Tampa Bay and then I guess we've come promoted now. We're going airborne school but then we get to our unit look and we sort of expect you guys must get asked this question a lot. They WANNA be a ranger. I WANNA be a bad ass but what's it like when I'm there? So what sort of what do you? What do you tell these people? So what I typically brief two soldiers Slightly off topic. I kind having to do with like the don't don't de-select yourself The rasp it's it's only eight weeks long for Rasp one and that is the that is the entirety of the pipeline to join a special operations unit. We're pretty unique in that way. So rasp it's it's an eight week. Training pipeline with assessment and selection built in. That's the only touch point that we have with soldiers before their full-fledged Rangers in the Ranger Regiment so it's important not deflect yourself because the rash mcadoo super good job of figuring out who is a good fit organization and who is not So when you attend draft. He's had to go there with your best foot forward. Make sure you've prepared yourself as much as you possibly can attend rasp and then let us select you to to send you to a unit to a battalion So once he gets a battalion now rouses only eight weeks long we can. We can build on the fundamentals that you've learned during basic training and kind of teach you some slightly more advanced marksmanship Some breaching Training a little bit of medical training But then from there you're going to get thrown into an environment where you have team leaders and squad leaders her all extremely professional pretty experienced and have a very good grasp of training Rangers To like a a very high level rouse was going to get the the rough. Edges smoothed out But then your team leaders and squad leaders at your battalion are going to be the ones who truly like train you and make you into a ranger in the ranger regiment. The super super fast paced environment. You're going to feel like you're going a million miles an hour the first few months of your there But it's super worth it and it's it's going to be a lot of work but you`re. GonNa you're GONNA see vast improvements in yourself whether that's physically tactically technically everything in pretty short period time. Okay so I'm going to show up and I'm not just putting on my Tamboura and then thrown in a dip and kicking my boots on a desk it's going to be pretty intensive training. Dan I guess yeah. That's one of the common phrases you here in the Ranger Regiment is that it's super easy to get there but super hard to stay. It's a very competitive environment So graduating RASP is step. One You're going to get into the Ranger Regiment. Graduating from RASP. But the things that are required of you to stay in the Ranger Regiment It's a very high level of performance professionalism discipline So you're GONNA show up having graduated RASP. And that's a that's an accomplishment. I mean not to downplay at all but Your performance once he gets to a battalion and you start training and deploying on and being expected to perform yourself they perform as rangers should be performing That's what I truly gets hard so okay because a lot expected of. We've actually talked about that. Before we try. To tell people that you earn that Beret every day. And that's you know that's how I remembered it and I think that's important but I think when people want to know capable what is what is that like and why is it so difficult and challenging versus the conventional army. What would you say I'll say differs mainly the big thing safety breathing thing before the weekend's your first arms go and talk to you in pretty much every safety brief. They'RE GONNA have their hands up they're going to have The Beret in one hand and then just an empty hand and the other is going to be your scale. Any decision you make. You're GONNA HAVE TO WEIGH THAT DECISION. But are you gonNa want to make this decision loser? Tampa Bay or you're GONNA make the bad decision it'd be so that's the good thing or special thing about the regiment as we have our offense which is released for standard so if you're not upholding the ranger standard you will. You will be released. And you're going to be sent out to the regular army conventional forces so that's why we've kind of had that scale that way make decisions. Do you WanNa keep that Tampa Ray or do you WANNA move out to the conventional forces. So that's a popular thing and that's what kind of holds individuals accountable to where you have to work. Every day you have to earn your spot in the regiment. Maybe in the day in the life you can explain why Ranger Regiment is so important to the army and in what you guys do as a whole the ranger regiment is is between three and four thousand person organization that responds to the biggest national threats to our International Policy and can be deployed worldwide within eighteen hours. So that's a very unique capability that that we bring to bear. There's a couple of commonalities between all rangers and one of the things is that they like being part of organizations that are bigger than themselves so the belonging to a team especially a team that holds itself in such high esteem and standards is very important to a lot of us and The difference between the rest of the army and this organization. The army has standards as well But this this unit I can attest coming from the regular army after about seven and a half years of experience. This unit Upholds the standard without question. It's a common question to ask. How many times raft? Prove myself arranger. And it's every day and we we actually honor that Every year every ranger has to take the standards we have to pass the same physical requirements We can't have any pending. Ucf J. or you end up. Getting are so It it's a very pristine organization in that regard. And so what are some of the things that you guys enjoy most about being rangers in your careers?.
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Lake Tahoe supplemental police report filed on March twenty fifth nineteen seventy both subjects came forward after seeing a television newscast stating the zodiac killer had sought his twelfth victim in the Tahoe area two women had filed police reports after wondering at the strange man they'd encountered might be the zodiac killer the first report was filed by Mary Highlander a blackjack dealer I don't know I hop Mary met a man with a horn rimmed glasses he offered to reader horoscope telling her he was an expert at the studio he said the reading would take time and asked for her number when he called her later he told her that he had to give her the reading in person Mary arranged to meet him at our house but something felt all so she invited her friend Nancy over when the man arrived he seemed annoyed and Nancy's presence he looked in Nancy indicating that he wished she would leave him alone with Mary Nancy status hearing to leave her friend alone on the subject he stated he had recently read a chart the murderer continue talking about the subject seemingly preoccupied with death the man was very evasive about questions asked of him by both women in another woman reported a strange encounter that also occurred around the time of Donna lasses disappearance that woman I wish to remain anonymous said that a man sat down next to her at a pizza parlor and struck up a conversation about zodiac signs he told her he sold real estate and said that a woman he'd been watching it worked would quote be sorry for rejecting him the anonymous woman at the pizza parlor felt unnerved and made up an excuse to leave Hines was intrigued by the police reports so we interviewed three of lasses former co workers he asked if there was anyone in the lasses life you seem suspicious or shown a particular interest in our I asked the same basic questions of each person I spoke with without exception each person promptly gave me the name of Larry Kane they all agreed Cain and Donna last knew each other they said he was mostly a loner they described him as being strange he was forty to forty five years old had dark hair green glasses and has sort of a pot belly I asked if they knew we worked for now and they say that they did not now but thought perhaps for an Alan M. doors the manager Arizona real estate at the time that the victim lass disappeared and although Hines was working the case in his free time he used his connections as a police officer to determine Kane has moved to Lake Tahoe from San Francisco right around the time of lasses disappearance Kane had multiple social security numbers and names on fire he's been arrested ten times between nineteen forty six and nineteen sixty eight including for battery probation report from nineteen sixty four said Cain had sustained brain damage after a head on collision with a cement truck port cities injury was serious and that his recent involvements with the law indicated a quote lack of control in self gratification and scientific studies show the people who've experienced head trauma can become more likely to commit violent crimes Hines now had a suspect but he still had no clue what happened to dawn alas he turned back to the zodiacs card what did it mean pass Lake Tahoe areas and why did it say Sierra Club or those freezes clues as to the location of lasses body after leaving the police department I spent several hours studying the postcard in driving around the lake I began to notice several signs marking local ski areas and the postcard made a reference to areas he decided to follow the postcards directions he drove out of Lake Tahoe past the ski areas and spent hours trying to find a location somehow related to the Sierra Club I drove north of Lake Tahoe and found the clear cabin lodge was private club for Sierra Club members online after getting out of my car and walking up the driveway I realized the scene was not unlike the picture depicted on the Sony hack postcard I took pictures of the area without making contact with anyone at the club I then left and returned to my motel room I believe if I follow the directions on the postcard I would find don alas I believe she was buried Sierra Club Hines had now identified came as a suspect and he located a Sierra Club outside Tahoe that matched the postcards description so Hines returned to the club to investigate you learn that the town's old postmaster Mister Fredericks stumbled upon a strange area out in the woods behind the club Frederick said he thought it was a burial site made out of logs he described it to me as a circle fourteen feet in diameter and within the circle was a six foot by six foot square a triangle within all these made by careful placement of locks within the triangle was across like that of a grave marker made from thirteen stones Mister Fredericks related that he was very frightened but he was convinced it was a great side took pictures of it the postmaster let Hines out to the site we dug a cone shaped hole within the center of the six by six foot area to a depth of approximately four to five feet no human remains were located however indications were at some earlier point in time the ground had been disturbed down several feet at this point because of lack of time I had to return to but Hines wasn't ready to give up he was still convinced the cane was a promising suspect Hines learns that shortly after lasses disappearance Kane and moved to Las Vegas and so Hines to went to Las Vegas to investigate he asked law enforcement there if any crimes in the area and match them up sergeant Anderson related the following information on Sunday April twenty seventh nineteen seventy four at approximately ten thirty six PM victim long accompanied by her boyfriend rolling we're in a lover's lane red rock canyon parked vehicle approached from the rear according to the boyfriend the car was a white convertible with a black cloth top it was missing its front grille a man got out of the convertible in approach their car he was wearing horn rimmed glasses black gloves and he was holding a pistol he then ordered rule and law click on we comply with the victim remained in the vehicle the suspect then went to the passenger side to remove the victim well he was occupied really flat and hid in the ditch the suspect course to little into his car and drove off that night an unidentified man cold Lowell's parents and told them your daughter's dead two weeks later wells body was found she been dropped down a mine shaft a hundred and twenty five miles away in San Bernardino county California and it appears Lowell's killer may have barely escaped capture at least according to an investigative technique that has become controversial and I county deputy sheriff felt he had made a stop on the suspect vehicle was placed under hypnosis and recounted the following information the vehicle for a California license plate the deputy recall the suspect getting out of his vehicle describe the driver is being heavily tanned which type jacket worn round glasses and black leather gloves he further related there seem to be something strange about the female passenger stated she was very still and never turned around to look in his direction made the encounter took place in the middle of the desert outside of radio range to the deputy hadn't called in the man's license plate a new bulletin had been issued about little subduction because police had initially been skeptical of her boyfriend story so the deputy let the man go with just a warning a month later the boyfriend funny spotted the killer had the spring in and called the police by the time the police arrived the suspect had left Hines look to see if Kane could be connected to this killing he discovered the king lives just down the road from the spring in what's more Hines said the teen's old Paul Allen Dorfman told him that Cain often went to the spring in hand according to DMV records Kane had owned a white convertible with a black cloth talk at the time of Lowell's murder Hines.
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Told you just a minute thank the door good evening I'm sergeant Anderson police headquarters what are the what they certainly move fast services the shake up call the police before you got here this is Riley yes we believe we found your broaches this it did you get the one that only an hour ago did you catch him out yet what I said not yet but we well the pawnbroker gave was a very good description it did I have a hunch it might be someone in the neighborhood or no no it couldn't pay this is a nice respectable neighborhood well anyway I like to give you a description you may remember seeing him around he's about five foot ten five foot ten Ronnie what he doing on your knees hi I'm looking for something blue lines how can you look with your eyes closed longer hair I'm looking for my hat thank heaven for that what's the matter with you he weighs about a hundred and seventy said as Graham I gave it to I know who it is you do chess wait a minute I can explain the whole thing I don't quite understand just borrowed it to just for a few days I needed the money I I didn't want you to find out there's no money in the Christmas clubs are no no I take that back but every week we all gave you yeah well I borrowed that through two okay sergeant I'll go quietly take me to jail well if wishes rally provides charges you Mrs Riley no no charges I'll handle this in.
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"sergeant anderson" Discussed on Sword and Scale
"Away. By that evening. The mountain was covered with law enforcement arm to the teeth searching for order. Meanwhile, the news media dug deeper into donors accusations, researching the board of rights hearing, he claimed was unjust turns out that Dorner mailed. Anderson Cooper package that included a coin he received an honor of his military service from former chief of police William Bratton, he had filled it with holes from a high powered rifle alongside DVD labeled. I never lied. Here's my vindication. Evans, kicked the suspect. Very respectfully. Chris Dorner more of the breaking news in southern California man of the ex cop and suspected triple murderer Christopher Dorner as you might know. He sent me a porthole a learned about it. Just yesterday contained a bullet riddled keepsake coin from former L A police chief Bill Bratton also contained DVD that had testimony. From the man at the center of the incident that Dorner says precipitated his firing the men Christopher Getler says he was kicked by an LAPD officer and Dorner apparently believes that get lers account will bolster his case against the police force case, he lays out into tale that lengthy rambling manifesto. The question is is there really anything to Dorner manifesto read in eight oh seven I reported an officer officer Teresa Evans meal sergeant for kicking a suspect excessive force during a use of force while I was assigned as a patrol officer at LAPD's harbor division while coughing the suspect Christopher Getler Evans, kicked the suspect twice in the chest. And once in the face the kick to the face left, a visible injury on the left cheek below the I unfortunately after reporting it to supervisors nothing was done. I had broken their supposed blue line. Unfortunately, it's not just. Just us. It's justice. In fact, ten months later, six twenty five eight after already successfully completing probation acquiring a basic post certificate and intermediate poster ticket I was relieved of duty like L A P D while assigned to patrol at southwest vision. It was clear as day that the department retaliated toward me for reporting Evans for kicking Mr. Christopher Getler. The department stated that I had lied and made up the report that Evans had kicked the suspect. I later went to a board of rights hearing during this Bill are hearing a video was played for the panel. Where Christopher Getler stated he was indeed kicked by officer Evans in addition to Christopher Getler, stating he was kicked his father, Richard Getler. Also stated that his son had stated he was kicked by officer. When he was arrested after being released from custody. This was all presented for the department at the hearing. They still found me guilty and terminated me what they didn't mention was that the panel made up of captain Filton grease, captain, Justin, Eisenberg and city. Attorney Mortell had a significant problem from the time. The board was assembled captain Phil tune grease was a personal friend of Theresa Evans from when he was her supervisor at harbour station that is a clear conflict of interest. And I made my argument for his removal early and was denied the advocate for the L. A P B O R was sergeant Anderson Anderson also had a conflict of interest as she was Evans friend and former partner from harbor division where they both worked patrol together. I made my argument for her removal when I discovered her relation to Evans, and it was denied the board determined that Christopher Getler deposition was deemed untrustworthy because he. He was intellectually challenged therefore the kid never happened in his deposition. He reiterated that he wasn't deed kicked in the face of being interviewed in tape recorded with his permission is Christopher Geller. Is that correct Kris? Okay. Now, I wanna ask you about the police contacted you head at the DoubleTree hotel. You remember that? Yeah. Okay. You member be taken into custody by the police. Do you remember whether there was a struggle? And during that struggle where you kicked in the face. Did he have to say, yes, or no, okay? And do you. Remember how many times you were kicked in the face? Once Kate and do you remember where you would kick in the face? All right here. Okay. And do you. Remember who kicked you in the face? Officer do you remember what sex with a male or female? Phil. And do you remember whether they will white or black? Blood or almost black. And I was. Do you remember whether the female had light, color hair or dark hair?
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on Sword and Scale
"Today. You're still tied up. Did he have any weapons on him? How many did he have? Automatically the science. Was he inside when you guys arrived? That. He's been here at this time. Do you think he's been there the whole time because it's MC? And we we're very across from the command center was done. Just across from the command center. Christopher Dorner had been on the run for nine days before the Reynolds discovered. Their unscheduled guests squatting in unit. Two three across the street at another resort. An impromptu command center had been set up spearheading the search for Dorner all within view from the window of the rental in which he now stood presumably he had been in that condo for days. Watching the police looking for him. He was wanted in connection with three murders. One of which was a police officer the Reynolds recognized him immediately. Because by this point, Christopher Dorner. Was a household name and his face was everywhere. He was an ex LAPD officer and ex navy reservist that had declared all out war on his former brothers and blue. He was trained in the tactics of those. Those who now sought him and an expert in the use of handguns and rifles considered a marksman by the navy. He wanted to take out all of those that in his mind have wronged him make them suffer. Like he did. By this time. He had become some sort of a folk hero. People tweeted their support calling him chocolate Rambo relating him to the movie character. John Rambo a Vietnam vet who when met with intolerance in a small mountain town unleashed all his fury on the local sheriff department Facebook tribute pages sprung up rallying behind his mission against the LAPD emission, he outlined in a lengthy Facebook post that had since become known as his manifesto. I know most of you who personally know me are in disbelief to hear from media reports that I am suspected of committing such horrendous murders and have taken drastic and shocking actions in the last couple. Of days, you're saying to yourself that this is completely out of character of the man you knew who always wore a smile wherever he was seeing. I know I will be vilified by the LAPD and media, unfortunately, this is a necessary evil that I do not enjoy but must partake and complete for substantial change to occur within the LAPD. And reclaim my name his rambling confession explained his motive for murder. He wanted to clear his name of the stain from being fired by the LAPD a transcript of the hearing quoted board member sergeant sherline Anderson is saying that Dorner lacks integrity necessary to be a cop, the chairman of the board, captain Phillips tin grease said Dorner credibility is damaged beyond repair. The last part owner agreed with he was damaged beyond repair. I have. Exhausted. All available means at obtaining my name back. I have attempted all legal court efforts within appeals at the superior courts and California appellate courts. This is my last resort. The LAPD has suppressed the truth, and it has now led to deadly consequences. The LA PD's actions have cost me my law enforcement career. They cost me my naval career. I lost my position as a commanding officer of naval security forces reserve unit at NASA Fallon because of the LAPD. I've lost a relationship with my mother and sister because of the LAPD I've lost a relationship with close friends because of the LAPD in essence, I've lost everything because the LAPD took my name and knew I was innocent captain field. Tim breeze. Just an is. Izenberg martell. Randy Kwan, and sergeant Anderson all knew I was innocent. But decided to terminate me, so they could continue officer Teresa Evans career. I knew about the meeting between all of you. Where Evans attorney Rigo confessed that she kicked Christopher Getler. Excessive force your day has come the blue line will forever be severed and a cultural change will be implemented. You have a weapon a sleeping giant. I have nothing
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I'm Scott Peterson DFL candidate Keith Ellison appears to have a slight lead over Republican Doug wardlow in the final survey on the race for Minnesota attorney general the latest survey USA poll shows Ellison gained a four point advantage with forty four percent support among likely voters and award low at forty percent about twelve percent remained undecided and four percent plan to vote for someone else to twin cities officers killed in the line of duty will be remembered during a groundbreaking event today for the white Seta police memorial the city of wise that approved plans two years ago for a memorial to honor police officers, especially the memory of Sergeant James Anderson who was fatally shot back on August thirty first nineteen eighty two but three days after funding was approved officer Bill Matthews was struck and killed while picking up to bre- on highway twelve in ways that the memorial will now incorporate monuments remembering both sergeant Anderson and officer Matthews some of the construction will be done this fall. With the remainder of the project completed in the spring. It is located on park space, east of wise at a city hall. That's tasha radio reporting. Minnesota housing Commissioner Mary tinker thal announced yesterday. They're investing eighty seven and a half million dollars to create and preserve nearly two thousand affordable homes and rental units across the state represents almost three hundred sixty five million dollars worth of construction and development hawks. In the newsroom, I'm Scott Peterson reporting. MS RPM invoice list price dealer price, Toby Knapp here, if your car shopping, you've probably heard these terms, but what do they mean? It's so confusing. Well, it was confusing not anymore..
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on Sleuth
"Any pursuit of death should start with his fairness just should be a fair process. You shouldn't have a prosecutor, arguing two different theories to get death. All. I mean, I have a lot of evidence Sherie issues, things that I think should have come in as evidence. But there are a lot of things that I thought made this whole process unfair referring to SAM's past. That's, that's one of them for listeners. Sam hair at one point is life was charged with murder and he was acquitted. I think his defense lawyer did a great job and they were able to keep out all of the key evidence and kind of unique feary and should be commended for that. But in the standard that used in most cases in the what I think is a legal standard. Once the prosecutor took certain steps in our litigation we should have had the right to introduce that evidence and the way they the prosecution chose to kind of present Mr. her which they didn't have to do. They went further in kind of presenting him as a solid citizen. We had the right to to answer that, but there's all sorts of other places, including. You know what we've been focusing on today. You know, if I look at all of that, I keep coming back to the same spot too. Often in this county evidence hasn't been turned over and I look at this and wondering what else wasn't turned over and I don't. I think it's reasonable. If you have a prosecutor that's making type of arguments he's making, why on earth would I believe he, it's it's beyond him to just keep some evidence that he thinks might be beneficial to us. And what I know you talked about how you felt for the Daniel was the trial. You felt that in many cases it wasn't a fair trial. What was the most agreed jus- example of where you thought you did not get a fair break? Will you know? One of the ankle certainly is the Sam, her evidence. I mean, we thought that we the interesting thing was we didn't anticipate getting into that because we thought the prosecutor was gonna actually limit himself. And you can do that because basically what the prosecutors option is to put on evidence about his impact on Uman lives. So you could put on people talk about how sad it was in that wouldn't have allowed us arguably to get into this next spot, which is Sammer having killed somebody in his past charged with it. Well, I mean charged with that crime. That's your, you know now. Charged. She was acquitted. Right? And I'm, I appreciate the process, but I don't. Yes, I hope so I appreciate the process, but I don't. I don't agree that he didn't kill. You know, I'm just the evidence doesn't point to that. It just the evidence all got kept back. I mean, he confessed in statements. The statements just didn't get introduced. I know that this was a important point for Scott that he did not win the argument of introducing SAM's passed in the Dan Wozniak trial, and although the jurors didn't have a chance to hear the facts. I thought my listeners deserve to know what happened in SAM's past when he was in fact charged with murder. And so I spoke at length with retired sergeant Gilbert Anderson who was the lead detective on SAM's murder case and suffice to say that there were eighteen defendants that were charged. With the murder of Byron Benito who was an MS gang member, and he was in fact, the victim that was Lord as sergeant Anderson says he was lured by his best friend at the time, Sam hair and Sam brought him to undisclosed location where rival gang members from the Brown familiar family were waiting to attack Byron and Sam at that time was growing increasingly frustrated with his friend. Byron Byron was acting like a bully in many instances beating up members of the Brown familia gang for no apparent reason. And so Sam was starting to distance himself, but he did not believe from what I can gather that the Brown familiar family. Had any intention of murdering his friend Byron, it was his belief that he was maybe going to be roughed up and everyone that knew Sam would tell me he would never run away from fight, which is why Sam himself was injured from the attack. Eventually Biron Benito did peice away from his injuries and eighteen people stood charged with that murder. Six of them including Sam were acquitted, and the reason that Sam hair was acquitted of these charges were because there was a technicality that the judge at the time felt there was a illegal as he called it arrest. After a traffic stop. The police had stopped Sam because they saw some scooters in his car, and at the time a lot of scooters were being stolen. And so the actual traffic stop the judge said was was fine. It was the, it was the arrest afterwards that the judge felt was far reaching. So therefore anything after the arrest was thrown out, the not included SAM's confession, he, he was haunted by this. It was his friend. I think he felt bad. I think in many ways he was self medicating because he felt so bad. But he did, I guess, after many hours with the sergeant, he did finally confessed to his ROY. Role. And Steve hare told me that while he and SAM's attorney that Steve hired were waiting outside the interrogation room for whatever reason, police did not allow the attorney access to Sam. I don't know if it was because Sam didn't ask for an attorney, but that is what Steve Kerr had mentioned to me. And ultimately, because that confession was thrown out, Sam was acquitted of all charges. And I just think it's important to mention that that same officer the same sergeant that spoke to, he said that he wanted it to be clear that Sam never went back to a life of crime. Sam from there really turned his life around join the army, and he he, he never looked back and tried to continue on that path that was going to only Lee. Him to prison at some point is also important to note that SAM's past was something that he used as a litmus test often because he he would share this past with with people that he barely knew at times. In fact, SAM's fiance at the time had told me in a later interview that that he had this paperwork that he would show people and they would read it and and they would see what his pass was about in and what he had been through. And if they reacted in a way that they said, well, you know what, you're our guy. You're our friend and we're not holding that against you. Then he would become friends with that person or if they were turned off by what they read, then he knew that they would never be real friends. So he did the same thing with Daniel and Rachel. And this happened a weekend before the murders. Daniel had been arrested by the Costa Mesa police ironically, for an outstanding DUI warrant. And he was the lead in. A musical called nine at the time. And so Rachel scrambling to get his bail money raised because he, he was the lead and they weren't going to be able to perform the next night if she couldn't get him out of jail. So Dave Barnhart and John Randolph friends of theirs and neighbors at the Kempton Martinique called around to try to raise the bail money. And one of those people that they called was Sam hair, but he refused to give money. I don't know them very well, and I have no interest in participating in this dudes bail money. SAM's friend Ruben Manach. Oh, recalls the story. Sam received a phone call from Dave, Dave. And Dave was I obviously I was listening to the conversation, but after they were done talking, Sam told me about what the conversation was about. Essentially, Dave was asking for money to Bill, Dan outta out of jail. And I said, no, why would you? Why are you calling you. You to ask, you know, to ask you for money since seem fair. Do you even know this guy on? He's he's a friend. I mean, no, that because if he would have been a friend friend than he would hung out with us lot more often, the reason why say so, and I vice him to not to give them the money. I don't actually remember feet date or non. Hopefully he didn't. So that's. Yeah, but yeah, though, is it. So that upset them because in fact, a Barnhart said to Rachel, he's the, he's the one guy that has more money than all of us. I guess Rachel toll Dan, that Sam did not contribute when they saw Sam. Eventually, Rachel was able to raise the money and Dan got out of jail the next morning and that afternoon they went to the hot tub and that's what Sam was. And Sam responded to a complaint that Dan was making saying, I never want to go to jail. Again. That was a horrible experience. It was awful. I can't believe I made it through the night. And basically Sam was like, you know, you gotta be kidding. Me dude, like I was, I was sitting in the Los Angeles County men's jail for two years waiting for my trial when I was charged with murder at that moment, Dan had Rachel found out this past of where Sam was in fact himself once a defendant being charged with murder. So that's what Alta. Put the target on his back. That's why they had used that pass. They referring to that pass when when dad was first arrested by Costa Mesa police. So that in essence, is the story of Sam Harris past and why it plays a relevant role. In this case in the end, I've always felt that prosecutor Matt Murphy out a far better case for complex or murder charges rather than the accessory charges that Rachel now faces. I wanna thank you Scott Sanders for your time today. And we look forward to having you back next week for all your legal observations on Rachel buffets trial proceedings. Thanks very much for the opportunity. On
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"That my friend who was working with me definitely would ended he he's imprisoned right now he just every time he gets out and something goes wrong he decides cracked smoking's going to be a good idea for him void than uh that happens and he decides welltimed to break into center on somebody more crack steel he doesn't rob feel but then off he goes and for another five six seven when you're stand to use the habitual offender then she does you know there's you know what do you do what do you do legalize crack yeah that would probably the probably just smoke himself to death at that point well problem solved now indeed the tollfree number here eighth fifty five four fifty free like freedom the point i'm trying to make years if sergeant anderson had had the ability to make decisions on what my sentence would have been like he might have been better than a judge he would have been better off than a judge and certainly better are often legislators and in tallahassee and whomever on these how long i should have served because he's like he knows whether i'm than a comebacker now isn't that the point and i mean you know the i for the eye makes the whole world blind things very very true greg's in new york here on free talk live hello greg watching us on line are listening online go ahead all right out of debt call us at eight for me i wanted to talk about bringing of liberty and you guys talk about our who internet air inter so what i mean that we have facebook we've got gogo apple aragon at microsoft every companies are kind of our garkhal away are wary predatory large quarter or paid work favorite facebook hit chat who leave carlette bear the burden we use all air there are economies of scale of work as water money it can hire a lawyer people air they could be milder had wreck they are without work or something like that right um people prefer it for re but bake your up air liberty it back for a air make their profile red they captured pro at a wittig they can't do anything really facebook allow lava allow right mike is space back in the day and i don't i will your greg but back in the day with my space you.
"sergeant anderson" Discussed on 1170 KFAQ
"He is you know for for past the hour you're listening to back it will show your talk radio eleven seventy words also comes to talk and i got a special segment lined up for your been talking about my son michael my son michael who recently graduated from boot can't us marine corps boot camp i mean san diego my wife and i went out there early december a graduate december nineties been home with the since then and a lot of you have followed michael's progress going to marine corps and many listeners reached out to me and support watch going on the radio to tell his story which it sounds like a great idea and it's it's going to be contention on a couple of things first of all whether or not he wants to come in which he does but he's also not just my son anymore he's also property the united states government and the marine corps so they're they're going to be there's certain things we can it can not talk about i can't get into political stuff with him so i invited staff sergeant anderson who was one of the gentlemen responsible for recruiting mike to join us in studio this morning both gentlemen are here and i just find out this is the sort of a fun part at the campbell house we have been plagued with some sort of a weird stomach virus that took my wife down on new year's eve took me down monday am i son david the other day my daughter sierra second i'm looking at michel mike was got this this this girl twenty goal in his eyes in apparently he's out he's already been to the toilet once or twice this morning to throw up so i put a bucket next to him just in case settlement it you puke you guys so hopefully he can pull this off this morning so michael welcome to the program glad to have you hear and to staff sergeant anderson light at the onboard as well so michael did i listeners because of a phone your progress over a little bit about how and why you decided he wanted to going to the united states marine corps there's other branch is out there i know you look at the navy we'll talk a lot about you know being a knee dc all things like that so so how and why did you pick the united states.