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Fresh "Sheriff" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"First Save money on New Toyotas, Hyundais and Subaru's visit fit small dot com Transparency You can trust Dave Tilden. Wt o p. Traffic, not a storm team Foreign Mike's 10 offered a potent storm system now moving into the region and we have a good soaking rain on the way tonight. Rain likely Rain, Turning moderate to heavy as the night goes on and lows of e in the low to mid forties. It'll take rocks or showers and end before noon on Saturday. Alternative, windy and colder behind a front morning Hi. The lower fifties and temperatures will fall through the forties. Partly sunny, blustery and cold on Sunday high low to mid forties. Right, where the Monday and Tuesday the cold highs Upper thirties to mid forties. Both days. I'm storm team for meteorologist Mike Stanford right now. 53 in Bethesda, 53 in Arlington and 51 in Lanham. It's 4 11. There are questions this afternoon surrounding a five year old who brought a gun to school in Stafford County. Stafford County Sheriff's Office says the child was found with the gun in his backpack and an Iman, your elementary school that appears to be unintentional. The.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Announces Crackdown On ‘Super-Spreader Events’
"There's been a lot of talk about when these new covert restrictions take place. Who in forces them? Is it an honor system or is their enforcement? L. A County Sheriff Alex Being a wave announces his deputies will start going after so called super spreader events that could make the current Covitz surge worse, but he hasn't offered details on that of the plant enforcement. Earlier, he and some other sheriff said said the deputies will focus on educating the public about health precautions and urging voluntary compliance with local and state virus restrictions. The governor kind of made a threat recently, saying, If there wasn't enforcement, there might be some issues in terms of funding certain
Fresh update on "sheriff" discussed on Sean Hannity
"They would buy salvage televisions and change the parts and then they would return. The one they just paid cash for. Sheriff Grady Judd says the scam has been running since 2014 letting the suspects more than $3 Million to known suspects are still wanted in Georgia, and Judd says others may be on the run. The aviation industry is cheering a rule change on airplanes that bans emotional support. Animals like birds, cats and miniature horses. Pull Hartshorn with the Association of Professional Flight Attendant says For years they've been dealing with unruly animals for years have been dealing with untrained, sometimes wild. Animals in the aircraft cabin Because of these false certifications that passed this have been able to obtain the Department of Transportation now defines a service animal as a dog that is trained to perform tasks for the disabled. The rule change prompted by a spike in travelers using fake paperwork to avoid paying fees for transporting pets. Wall Street numbers looking good to wrap up the week Dow Jones Industrial Average higher today by 225 points at 30,000 won 95 NASDAQ up 84 points. S and P 500 up. 31 of Bernie was coming up for you at 4 30 were Sean Hannity after weather. Next on news radio, 6 10 w y o d You hear you car percentages.
Stevenson High School officials, NW of Chicago, making plans for switch to hybrid instruction in January
"One of the area's top performing high schools, If considering moving to AH hybrid model from all remote so far this year, the 4000 students who attend Stevenson High School would be divided into three groups and would have the option for in person learning half a day on eight predetermined days over a three week period. Proposal under consideration by the district 1 25 School board would begin January 19th the late news sun reports, the principal says they're working on how to help teachers conduct remote and in person lessons simultaneously. Parents hosted a rally at the Lincoln Sheriff School in October calling for a choice. Nancy Hardy NewsRadio 105.9
Fresh "Sheriff" from Sean Hannity
"Veteran, Smith incorporated registered broker dealer member aside PC Reno Brand, his radio 6 10, double d, Y o D, cloudy and Lauderhill 78 degrees cloudy and Kendall is well 77 there at 401, another five digit number from the Florida Department of Health Reporting today's covert 19 infection Count 10,177 new cases confirmed along with 100 20 recent resident deaths. At least the second straight day. With the case count above 10,000 the positivity rate 7.49%. Broward County is seeing an uptrend in covert cases, Mayor Steve Geller says. Most important, the message to residents right now it's simple. Where your man And the message to local government. Is it enforce our orders making people wear masks? We are at war. Do your patriotic duty, he warns of cities don't abide by the rules, the county will step in and potentially cut funding to the city's memorial Healthcare officials report their doctors are treating more than 200 covert patients right now, with 29 of them in the ICU. The Miami Heat schedule is out for the new season. Jimmy Butler, Goran drug it and Bam with a bio will begin defending their Eastern Conference championship. December 23rd in Orlando, and it's a Christmas Day special for fans with a noon tip against the New Orleans pelicans as Miami's home opener in their first seven games. Milwaukee will come to Miami twice with Boston, making a visit to the American Airlines Arena to the helmet. Regular season NBA Finals rematch between the Heat and Lakers will be on Saturday, February 20th in Los Angeles retail theft ring that swindled millions from Wal Mart is shut down by law enforcement attorney General Actually Moody and pull County Sheriff Grady Judd say the criminals ran their skin. AM and 39 Florida counties and that at least 14 states would buy a new television. Then they would buy salvage televisions and change the parts and then they would return. The one they just paid cash for. Sheriff Grady Judd says the scam has been running since 2014.
Los Angeles sheriff says deputies can conceal their names during protests
"Online appeared to show some deputies covering up their names with tape. The name things are gonna be covered, and they're gonna be replaced with a badge number and identifying number. And that will comply with state law. Sheriff Alex Villanueva come. Protesters were actually using the deputies names to then go docks, then blast their home address on social media show up at their house is the summer protesters showed up at home and Cavenagh believed to be the residents of the deputy who fatally shot and dress Guardado. Vin Weber says his own home address has been posted on flyers and freeway banners. We're gonna Prosecute people. The law doesn't contain any exception for officers to completely obscure their name or their badge number. You see Irvine Law school professor Susan Seger. In our society. We hold our police accountable. We want to know what they're doing, and we don't want a secret Police force going out and arresting people Secret says Posting an officer's home address for the purpose of protest does not qualify. A cyber stalking Claudia Pesky Takeo Next 10 70 news radio. Olympic gold medalist and U. C L. A
Fresh "Sheriff" from Sean Hannity
"Ella in Santa Barbara and evaluating conditions during the pandemic. He says wrong, too close outdoor dining and playgrounds. The red flag warning has been canceled here in San Diego after strong Santa Ana winds the last two days, But there's still more than 22,000 people. Customers who are without power across the county. We do have very dry air in place. So we have elevated fire danger in place today and really through the weekend. We have weak Santa Ana winds. We also have what looks to be a new fire. Weather Watch for Monday and Tuesday. We stand in the winds continue this weekend and dry air. Any new fire is still because of the dry air. Still gonna be able to grow a fairly quick but we're not looking at wind driven fires. That's how it started with the National Weather Service. There is an active police instead of going on Elka home right now, a shooting occurring in a marijuana dispensary. It happened within the hour at a dispensary on North second Street, south of Pepper, Dr. The sheriff's department tells me they're making announcements from a helicopter telling everyone to come out of the dispensary with their hands up as they try to sort out what happened. At least one person was shot and taken to the hospital. Their condition isn't known. It's not known if the victim was an employee or customer. Neighbors who live in the area are seeing on their next door app that the sheriff's department is looking for.
New York City bar owner who defied COVID-19 rules arrested in sting
"Next public house at that bar in new york that declared itself autonomous zone so that they didn't have to abide by governor cuomo's restrictions the new york city sheriff's department raided it last night they shut down the business and then they arrested one of the owners because they wouldn't abide by the regulations for the coronavirus lockdown measures to the bar. It's inside an orange zone. Which under health guidelines means this limited to offering outdoor dining and takeout and delivery services only so. They declared themselves an autonomous zone and said. Hey everything's free. We're just asking that people make donation and they basically once their liquor license was revoked. They told cuomo come and get it and they called De blasios bozo. They say you know. Hey dubose oh come down here and you take off our wall. Well the owner got arrested. the new york post added. His name is his last name is prestige. He's expected to be released from the sheriff's office with a desk appearance ticket. It's still really unclear what charges he faces the order they were given simply says they need to cease and desist nowhere. Nowhere there was an arrest warrant nothing about arresting anyone on their own private property. It's a really confusing situation. But what are your thoughts on the sheriff's department rating this bar. In first place start making a mandate make laws can make all kinds of things. charges And then we're starting to see that. This is where i started to see. We talked about defunding. The police the beginning of the show. This is where. I started to see people being There really are violating what that badge stands for. Because it's a place of authority when you start abusing that authority you start get on some dangerous ground and so You know. Good for the owner of max. The owners of max for standing up for themselves and doing what they do good for them. I know that there's calls for protests in the streets in defense of them They're called for thousands of people to be out from a max you know this afternoon. I hope people show up
Fresh update on "sheriff" discussed on The John Phillips Show
"But right now it's time for headlines. Hey, 7 90 KBC news at 12 30. I'm Kevin Trap. A statewide amber alert is being canceled after authorities learned no child was involved in an earlier suspected Carjacking. The San Bernadino County Sheriff Department says the victim initially told them a child was inside a car that was stolen. Surveillance video from the Inland Empire Laundry matches a man driving off with the vehicle owner chasing after him. Police say the suspect and the vehicle war quickly located shortly after 10 a.m.. The investigation is still ongoing. In Washington. A bill to decriminalize marijuana on the federal level just passed the house, but it's expected to die in the Senate on Wall Street. All the major indexes are up KBC News and sponsored by safeguards soap and.
Bar owner who defied COVID rules arrested in sting
"One of the owners of a Staten Island bar bar has has been been charged charged with with disorderly disorderly conduct conduct in in trespassing trespassing for for refusing refusing to to abide abide by by the the cove. cove. It It micro micro cluster cluster restrictions restrictions in in his his neighborhood neighborhood during during a a sting sting yesterday yesterday at at Mac's Mac's public public house house in in the the Grant Grant City City section, section, which the owners had declared a quote autonomous Zone. The city sheriff's office says plainclothes officers successfully ordered both food and beverage is something which is not allowed because Max is in an area that had been declared an orange zone. Co owner Danny Press. He was fine. But then police say he was uncooperative. And so he was arrested. As protesters shouted He has since been released.
Interview With Michael Spedden of "Fowl Players Radio"
"Welcome to many podcasts. The podcast about podcasts. Now podcasting from the sherpa chalet on matt podcast era. He's your host jim. The podcast shah rebels in too. Many podcasts the podcast about podcasts. And so much more. You know who you're listening to right. Seen five me. Jim the podcast sherpa bringing you another wonderful interview. And i think you're really gonna like my guest today. Who's out guest today. show pa. He was a lot of fun to talk to. His name is michael sped. And many times that i get his name wrong in the interview. He told me what the name is that he uses for his podcast. And that is the name. Obviously us and i misheard him and hello sherpa. These name was right on the little zoom screen. I could've just read it right there but we were just talking and having so fun. I wasn't paying attention to the name on the little corner. Zoom screen play. It happens but michael is such a great guy. We're actually close in age. And he said it was fun talking to someone who was close in age because he was making references that i understood and to return the favor i actually appeared on his podcast called foul players radio. And you got to check that out. That's a lotta fun on that. Show mike a great guy had a super time on his show. And i think he had some fun over here to didn't even have to make him pay to come on it or anything like that. He did it absolutely free. Free didn't charge them a dime. If you want to listen to michael's free interview on this show how to listen. Hello rebels i send something foul. No it's mike stagnant from foul players. Radio is my guest. He's a musician. A podcast an actor and we're gonna be talking about his career so we can get to know him so you guys might want to check out his podcast you mike. Welcome to the sheriff. La it's great to be here with you tonight. greeting from maryland. All the way up to long island great to talk income. I appreciate you having me having pleasure to have you here sir. I always like to start off by asking. I guess to tell a little bit about themselves. So if you can k- Right now i'm the host of foul players radio. That's f o w l like the bird It's named after my murder. Mystery company called the foul players of perryville. Perryville is where. I live in maryland. Were about fifty miles northeast of baltimore. The reason why we make that ton or whatever you would say it would be for. Foul is because The town i live in is right on the susquehanna river which is known for its multiple species of waterfowl people. They have actual waterfowl museums ear to talk about that stuff so we figured it'd be a nice play on words for foul play my head. The murder mystery company for a couple of years. Now we perform on boats and on trains office parties and vineyards and whoever have us. I also am a musician. I right now have an acoustic duo. That i've had for about fifteen years and we're kind of comedy act sort of similar to the smothers brothers. It's two of us. We play acoustic guitars and the humor isn't as much when with the banter between us as it is with the humor's actually in songs so that's called. The uncle moldy show. And we perform a in the maryland area a wide knob sometimes in pennsylvania to most recently. You may know me as the viking. And the jim what worth commercials while riding around on the bus. I was the big viking. That came out of the back You've also seen me this year on kimmy versus the reverend if you haven't seen that movie it's based on the unbreakable kimmy schmidt and it's there's a scene where kimmy and tight us. The two main characters are way out in the country and they come into a bar. There's a leonard skinner ban. they're playing. And i'm the bartender in there. I won't give away the movie. But it's an interactive movie but no matter what choices you make in the movie. You always get to see me. So that's the good part about it. You know it's it's not like that movie revolved around me or anything like that We have been nominated nominated for a couple of emmys I believe it was for best special perhaps and then Titus burgess has been nominated for an emmy for male performance. I believe as well. I'm excited about that. I'm also appeared on gotham. I wish unseasoned. Five episode eight played one of the penguins henchman named dale. I was shot to death in the third scene. I was in. And i've also done a number of discovery. Id shows and some mom commercials down here in maryland. When i was starting out and everything. I'm also years ago. I was in the hair bands of the eighties. I had a big hairband back. In those days. I had a band that was kind of more like the call to little bit. After that when the hairband started going out we were called orange seed parade we played. Cbgb's in new york a number of times. And you know open for a couple of national acts over the years. So yes so. That's me in a nutshell so we can get a little more specific if you like Depending well you know the first thing that you said that caught my ear was the susquehanna river and i was thinking of that old. Avidan castillo routine about the susquehanna company. All right right squad at company there may have been years ago but the majority of there's only a couple of miles of the susquehanna bets in maryland and it actually goes all the way up to near upstate new york so there could be something on the way you know that river goes through lancaster and harrisburg and it goes quite a ways up. I believe almost up to upstate. New york if it doesn't start up there somewhere along the line. I'm sure there was and with your murder mystery troop you. You're an actor in the troupe. Right yes i am. Yeah okay so basically your book like for parties and stuff like that and there's someone who's been killed in they have to figure out if it's you or one of your co stars did it. Yeah yeah exactly. Exactly exac- i'm normally the detective and the host i'm normally the host and the narrator at the beginning and i have a row i have roster i would save about fifteen or twenty really good actors from this area here and we we kind of rotate. We were on trains. One of our biggest clients is the western maryland. Scenic railroad all. the way out and cumberland. That's all the way out. The panhandle of maryland out west year west virginia. But we also do the pride of or not the pride of the susquehanna we do. The black eyed susan riverboat. We do Slate form brewery. We do some microbreweries. Mount felix winery a lot of the tasting rooms where they have events and trains and boats and office parties corporate events. Whoever will have us
Staten Island Bar Gets Shut Down, Owner Arrested After Openly Defying New York COVID Measures
"Bar, which posted signs declaring itself in autonomous Zone is now shut down just six days after a shutdown order went into effect for the neighborhood. The New York City Sheriff's Department arrived at Mac's public house Tuesday night, where co owner Danny Presti refused to leave and was arrested. Four summonses were issued for the attorney, numerous substance substances or issued for the employees and bar and their liquor license was revoked as well. Now, at that time, they weren't charging customers, but they were asking them for donations. Presti will be charged with disorderly conduct and trespassing.
Staten Island New York Bar Owner Taken Into Custody After Refusing To Stop Indoor Dining In Orange Zone
"They at six o'clock p m. I want this three Shut down with 10,000 people. Because if we don't show up and show face, we're gonna lose this whole battle. That was Keith Mackel. Ernie, one of the owners of Mac's public house on Staten Island, which has been ignoring city and state mandates for him getting indoor dining in areas listed his orange zones last night. Mackel, Arnie's partner. Any press he was hauled off in handcuffs by officers from the city Sheriff's office. The restaurant has continued serving food and drink even after a section section 16 order from the state health commissioner and having his liquor license suspended. Tell you to abide by the law can result in fines of up to $10,000 a day. The
Inmate Uses Fire Extinguisher, Hose To Make Very Brief Escape From Tarrant County Jail, Dallas-Fort Worth
"A tear in county jail inmates back in custody following a brief escape. The sheriff's office is the 39 year old used a fire extinguisher and a hose to crawl out of fifth floor window this morning in downtown Fort Worth. He was captured a short time later and taken to a local hospital with undisclosed
Search Continues For Diver Missing Near Santa Cruz Island, Los Angeles
"They're They're resuming resuming the the search search today today in in Santa Santa Barbara Barbara for for a a lobster lobster diver diver who who disappeared disappeared near near Santa Santa Cruz Cruz Island Island on on Sunday. Sunday. The The sheriff's sheriff's department department says says the the man man from from Port Port wine, wine, Amy, Amy, along along with someone else were take diving for lobster and he didn't come up. The Coast Guard started the search and rescue operation. It was suspended yesterday afternoon. But they're getting back at it today Getting some help from Ventura and L. A county
Seattle - Two Bellingham women arrested on charges of terrorist attack at a railroad
"Charges in connection with railroad crossings in Washington state security cameras picked up two people kneeling on tracks near a crossing in Bellingham, Washington Saturday night, says the Justice Department sheriff. Deputies drove their detain two women for trespassing. Deputies noticed a shunt between the tracks. Wiring magnets used to prevent the crossing bars from coming down when the train's approaching, the feds say. Since January, dozens of shots have been found on tracks in the area. One Nearly causing a derailment that could have spilled dangerous chemicals. ABC is Chuck Secrets in
The Utah Monolith Has VANISHED
"An update on the monolith. You know the monolith the silver column that was discovered in the middle of a deserted cove in utah by government officials last week. Well i despite the state of utah not wanting to say exactly where it was that amateur hikers when an injure themselves trying to get to it the internet was of course able to locate it and some folks used earth historical imaging data to determine that the monolith has apparently been there since at least two thousand fifteen or sixteen. The monolith was located near the filming sites for several movies and tv shows including westworld indiana jones. The last crusade and one hundred twenty seven hours so the going theory now is that it was some type of prop at one point or may be placed there by a crew member for who knows what reason and specifically said was located because it's gone just completely vanished. Here's what utah's bureau of land management said. In a statement quote we have received credible reports that the illegally installed structure referred to as the monolith has been removed from bureau of land management or blm public lands by an unknown party. The blm did not remove the structure which is considered private property. We do not investigate crimes involving private property which are handled by the local sheriff's office the structure has received international national attention and we received reports that a person or group removed it on the evening of november twenty seventh and quotes according to the associated press. Several parties including the salt lake tribune have against the department of public. Safety's wishes traveled to the site and verified that it is indeed gone quoting the ap spencer owen of salt lake. City's said he saw the monolith. Friday afternoon encamped in the region overnight but as he hiked to the area again on saturday people passing them on the trail warned him. It was gone. The tribune reported when he arrived at the spot. All that was left was a triangular piece of metal covering a triangular shaped hole in the rocks ricardo marino and his girlfriend zero van meter were traveling from colorado to california on friday and decided to stop and see the object after finding the gps coordinates online on the way they passed a long bed truck with a large object in the back and he said he joked. Oh look there's the utah monolith right there. When they arrived at the spot it was gone and quotes. So maybe it was in that truck in an instagram post marino. Alleges that in the monoliths place was an inappropriate message. Written in the dirt and quote a fresh piece dane according to the guardian ever since it disappeared visitors have been stacking rocks in its place. I don't know if we'll ever know what happened to it why it was there who took it. Maybe it'll pop up on ebay soon. What a strange strange story
"sheriff" Discussed on Today in True Crime
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On the morning of november thirtieth two thousand one at four thirty. Am dekalb county police. Chief eddie moody took the podium to announce the arrest of three suspects in the murder of sheriff. Derwin brown district attorney. J tom morgan and current county. Sheriff thomas brown. No relation to derwin stood behind him. Thomas had been elected in march in a special election. Called after derwin brown was shot and killed. Brown was a twenty two year veteran of the county's police department and in one the sheriff position in a close election against incumbent. Sidney dorsey friends and colleagues called brown a good honest cop. He was a father of five and had often spoken out on behalf of the community and victims rights. He championed a lawsuit. That forced the dekalb county police department to hire more black cops and even wrote a comedic newspaper column but in december of two thousand just days before he was about to be sworn in as county sheriff. He was shot eleven times in his driveway. It was his wife's breath day and he was carrying roses for her. Having just arrived home from a victory party his wife and family were inside. Investigators found cartridges from a tech nine semi-automatic at the murder scene but suspects were not immediately apparent yet. The sheer amount of bullets suggested that brown hadn't just been killed he'd been assassinated about a week later. Investigators learned that brown had given former. Sheriff dorsey a list of as many as sixty two employees that he had planned to fire once he took office. Thirty eight of them had already been notified making any one of them suspicious but still there were no substantial leads and over the next few months the case was slow moving but in march of two thousand one former sheriff's deputy patrick j cuffy who had been fired in the new administration was involved in a lethal shooting outside of his atlanta home. The incident made investigators suspicious to shootings within a year of each other involving the same department. Couldn't have been a coincidence over the next few months cuffy's house was investigated twice and he was later arrested for his involvement in the march. Two thousand one incident but following a quick trial cuffy was convicted. Only of evidence tampering. This led the public to believe. That coffee was cooperating. In the derwin brown case and by november of two thousand one cuffy led the investigators right to grounds killers in the wee hours of the morning. On november thirtieth. Two thousand one. Police arrested three individuals. The sheriff elects murder including brown's election rival former county. Sheriff sidney dorsey a few hours later. The arrests were announced to the public. The news was shocking for dorsey. To kill the man who had beaten him in the election was unthinkable especially considering dorsey had worked in law enforcement for over thirty years police chief moody stated that it made them feel a little lost and sad to arrest the former sheriff for murder but they were happy. They'd gotten to the bottom of the case. Meanwhile dorsey is attorney vehemently denied his client's guilt. As for dorsey himself. He had been trying to deflect suspicion away from himself for almost a year all the way back to when he was interviewed about derwin brown's assassination in december of two thousand. He said that despite his loss in the election there was no motive for him to kill brown because he had a deep fear of punishment he added that the whole incident had been very strange to him even going so far as to call the incident. Tragic and frightening but neither dorsey nor the sheriff's department he led for four years. Were entirely innocent. 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Seattle - Lake Stevens man arrested after pursuit with Snohomish sheriff’s deputies
"Snohomish County Sheriff's Office is a 40 year old Lake Stevens man is under arrest of his shooting A deputy's late last night, according to the sheriff's office. Deputies tried to pull the man over, but he jumped out of his car on Mill Point drive and fired shots of deputies. No one was hit. Deputies say that man entered someone's garage in the home owner called 911. A short time Later, deputies had the man in custody.
Eight inmates test positive for COVID-19 at Kendall County jail, SW of Chicago
"At the Kendall County Jail in Yorkville are undergoing treatment after testing positive for Cove in 19 ropy canoes, reports. The tests were administered Wednesday after the inmates began experiencing flu like symptoms, and they were immediately isolated. A press release from the Candle. County Sheriff's Office says the outbreak appears to be contained to one unit of the jail to other inmates tested negative for the virus. They are also quarantine and being monitored as a precaution.
Kevin Owens Says He's "The Guy" To Take Roman Reigns
"Have kevin owens defeating use. Oh via disqualification used a steel chair. Owens confront rains and use. Oh backstage telling rains that for someone who insists family's important. He searches family like crap. Raines told usa to fix the fact. That owens not look at universal champion with fear and they had a great match. I thought it was my match the night to be honest with you ended with a d. q. And ended with. Kevin owens being the sheriff j staring into the screen saying roman. Are you watching
Los Angeles PD Investigating Granada Hills Shooting, Attempted Carjacking Involving Lacey’s Security Team
"See burglary is at granada hills the residents of da. Jackie lacey and wait. Wanted me to try it. I hate doing this on the air. I gotta tell you. I don't know how to bring the phone up on there. Can you bring them up. We got him on hold. We'll get a minute second. Oh well. I mean we'll get right now okay. He's calling now. we got to. Don't talk to him now. can you bring up. let let's try real quick Hey brian how you doing pal. You are and granada hills. Jackie lacey's residents right. Yeah right down the street. yeah so So here's here's what i found out. I was able to as a crime spree or many crime spree in palmdale a carjacking crime spree. Looks like a couple of people presumably two guys Were stealing cars and making their way down and ended up in granada hills. Now the only missing piece of this puzzle is how a member of jackie lacey's security detail in led investigator and then. That's not absolutely yet. That was an assumption made by another outlet but they are reporting that it would appear that a member of security detail somehow intervening And there was a carjacking was happening down the street from here and the individuals crashed the car. They were was as they were trying to get away. So let me rewind the so this is just a i guess. A random thing that that originated in beyond bill and it just happened to to end in granada hills real. Yes yes it has. From what i'm told now by two different agencies. That has nothing to do with jackie. Lacey or associated. Jackie lacey. this is just merely a date was characterized me and say mini crime spree that started earlier today and ended in granada hills with With a crash of a vehicle As they were trying to get away. Yeah probably not gonna get a lot of sympathy from the prosecutors Disturbing the the county slade though. There's a new regime coming jerk stoned. Well well so are their arrest in chaps in custody and the whole deal What we're told us the two individuals got away so there does so the way this breaks down is since it started in palmdale so the. La county sheriff's department will investigate that component of it but then lapd's robbery homicide division as we refer to it as hd is investigating the officer involved shooting since da investigator opened fire in la granada hills in the city of los angeles. Yeah right so they're going to investigate that component of it. But i'm told that it's also very likely that because of the scope of it. The county sheriff's department. We'll probably take over. The whole thing
Washington DC police detective killed in Charles County domestic shooting
"A D C police detective has been killed at his home in Waldorf in a domestic shooting. The Charles County Sheriff's Office says 50 year old Timothy Francis was killed by his wife, 41 year old Christina Lind, Francis. Who then took her own life at their home on the 3300 block of Merrily court, the Metropolitan Police Department says Detective Francis served the department for 20 years, Police chief Peter Newsom says it's heartbreaking. Ah, man who spent two decades protecting the community from violence was a victim of homicide. D C. Police union says Francis was one of the best detectives in the criminal investigations division,
Los Angeles Sheriffs Dept Said ‘Doxing’ Threats Could Have Led To Deputies Violating Policy To Cover Up Their Nameplates
"Only county Sheriff's Department has opened an investigation and accusations that some deputies have been engaged in a cover up. People who took part in a recent street protests in downtown Los Angeles, told the department that deputies used tape to cover up their nameplates. Sheriff Department policy and state law requires deputies to where a nameplate well uniforms but even as it began investigating the department, said the deputies babe in reacting to recent incidents of Doc's Ng That is having their personal information released on the Internet as a form of harassment.
"sheriff" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show
"Sheriff. Joe Are Pyo his book is Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an American legend, it's released today in you've got some information there about President trump pardoning you. Your fight to try and get out the truth about President Obama's birth certificate and a lot more interesting stories that folks may have senior name come up here and there on different national stories but they didn't know the whole truth because the media doesn't supply the whole truth, but you will in this book. Well I'm I'm glad you mentioned that I. I've had a lot of interviews the last two days your first one that brought up the The Bergische of everybody's afraid to talk about it. I mean. We have we have proven that hundred and twenty percent. It's a fake documents I never said, I don't care where to President Obama came from I'm talking about a phony government document I can't nobody. and. That that really was a a the highlight defeat. It wasn't illegal immigration. Immigration George Soros Pompton three million dollars and the. Biased judge day before election. said that He wants me charge with contempt the core. Day before voting star. So you know that he's not GonNa, get into all that but the book explains that and explains the collusion was happening and the Justice Department I was involved with certain actors with the Member of the case that led into the Russian investigation to steal guy. Well. All. The actors when I have to me, one one organization brought the money to steal for Hillary. And I. can go on and on and this is in that book. Plus other incredible in situations and I'm just hoping that people read that book. So they can get the real story. What's going on in our country's president trump that a couple rallies in Arizona yesterday and you know one of the things he always talked about rallies his law and order and You know somebody you spent all these decades in law enforcement Wanna get your thoughts about the the the riots have been going on all across the country since George Floyd and so forth I in. It just seems like in Democrats Cities Democrat states that the police are handcuffed they're not allowed to do their jobs Well. You're right. They're handcuffed I'm sure that like to go in and like these people burning. Buildings police stations on and on and on but you know they take their orders from the police chief who reports to the city council mayor so.
"sheriff" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show
"Really, great to have my next guest whose new book comes out today for twenty four years. My next guest was share for Maricopa County Arizona and We are really excited to be able to talk to sheriff Joe D- Sheriff Joe Arpaio. His new book is Sheriff Joe Are Pyo, an American legend released today Sheriff Joe. Good. Morning, how are you sir? How are you I? Know it's early out there in Arizona. Thank you so much for coming on I. Want to get your thoughts here about this election and I know you're all in for president trump but but talk a bit about your relationship with him and and why you like him. So much of course we know that the book here's going to give us some revelations on on your pardon that you received from President trump but but even aside from that, what is it that you like about President? Trump and why you think you ought to be reelected. Well percival.
"sheriff" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Year for like what do I tell the people in Livingston County like. Hey you should still come to court or do you say hey. Come to court. Because they don't come to court so nobody I guess you come to court. It's a really really odd situation. That again two thousand twenty. We just take away the consequences to a lot of different actions. Doherty's the sheriff of Livingston County. This is rhetorical question. But why why does law and order matter How do we have laws? And why do you enforce laws? Simple Simple Safety. If you value your life if you value the lives of those around you whether it be your friends your family your mom your dad your kids. That's why there's rules we're not here. We're not the stoppable. We're here to keep people safe whether it be on a roadway in your home in your community at the park all those different facets of law enforcement are put in place to keep people safe people constantly say. Cops are peacemakers we are. That's what we do. We go job to job to job. It might be family troubles neighbor. Troubles car crashes high speeds whatever we constantly are keeping the peace so people can live their everyday lives just as normal as can be without that. It's the wild west. It's it's anarchy it's chaos. It's death it's Gore that that people don't WanNa see so I hope is the starts to hit home with people that they start paying attention and educating themselves. Because we don't make the the loss law enforcement we enforce them. But the the legislators do so you're senators your assembly women Suddenly men governor those people. You should educate on what you believe in telling people how to vote all. I'm simply telling you is educate yourself on the candidate and then work hard to get them elected. If that's what you feel and that's what you believe in that's what you want for the future of your your county your state your country outstanding share Tandoori. Thanks with service of YOU and the noblemen women lead. Thanks for visiting with today. We appreciate it. You got it. Thanks Bye Care Governor. My friend that Sheriff Tom Doherty of Livingston County. We'll be back in a moment with you. Living listeners on loses next on newsradio wham eleven eighty now listeners on the loose with Bob Lansbury on newsradio. Am Eleven hundred zero. Quick Sam Schreier. You just heard a little bit of governor Cuomo talking about screw school reopening yeah. He seems very enthusiastic. He's he's come up with a plan as far as time and tracing the whole deal and I think I think he seems pretty excited. He said it was great news. I felt he's dragging his feet but if he's excited. I'm grateful to I want him to be because I'm excited. Hello you're on. Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Here's your choice for November. Two doddering old fools both serious landers one who doesn't know what state is in and one who wants to go visit the Yosemite great country. I don't know that By is truly a serial flavor and I love the Yosemite and their boss El Capitain. He's the best. Hello Newsradio wham eleven. Eighty Bobby Uruguay called to tell you that. My brother potato chips for breakfast. Well guess what your later. He's still eating potato chips for breakfast. You know what I think I might have some tomorrow. It's Saturday live high. God bless You keep your Chin up? God bless the United States of America. Weekend assignment is what it always is. Tonight's get out to Temple Mosque or synagogue. Failing now joined bury via church on Sunday. And you and I'll be back here Monday morning. Eight till noon on News Radio Cam. Eleven Eighty at tropical smoothie cafe. They want you to get away every day unwind with their watermelon. Moheda AND NEW GUAVA MARGARITA. Smoothies pair one with their delicious new barbecue pork case idea for a mini summer vacation this summer. Tropical smoothie cafe is bursting with flavor made to order with fresh quality rocket ingredients with sixty Washington DC area locations. It's never been easier to ride the summer. Wave of flavor order ahead online for carry out side pickup or delivery at participating locations tropical smoothie cafe. You're on tropic time now..
"sheriff" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show
"Reaction now bringing in data, Clark retired. Milwaukee Sheriff and Newsmax Contributor Sheriff to see morning. Thanks for coming on as you heard of the reports. I imagine you've been following. We heard the Fulton County. District Attorney here Paul Howard explaining why he arrived felony murder, but does get through the evidence that quickly to make a charge like that. Well. Let's step back a little bit first of all. This is a gross miscarriage of justice. You have this. A state prosecutor gone there. Howard was engaged in political activism. These not engaged in. What he was really elected and sworn to do, which is a whole lawn seeking pursue justice. That's not what this is. This is political activism. Others no doubt about it. It's ironic to me that law enforcement officers have sent out to defend the rule of law to enforce the rule of law, and now the law is been weaponized since being used against them I. don't blame Atlanta Police Officers I. Don't blame any police officer. The United States taking a step back right now in reassessing this decision to continue to be sitting ducks to be used as pawns in this pursuit of a cop hatred all across America. I think to report to work as a law enforcement officer. This an act of. Occupational suicide really do. were told. Hey, go out, do your job defend the community? Protect the community and old by the way you don't get a chance to defend yourself if you're in a situation where you have to defend yourself, we're GONNA hang in. A lot of meat. If you watch right now, they're telling the this story for the is very short brooks. Recently and I just WanNa, look from the other perspective, if we can and I want to do so by fact, and then I'll get you to comment on this because I think the big state was race chart. Brooks you know he sleeping in Wendy's? And then he died It's not exactly how this happens. When you follow the fact when we're going GONNA do that now. We can this though this up just to understand what the the authorities are dealing with who race Brooks according to rap sheet here by Clayton County Georgia courts. This is just fact. He has a rap sheet here. These are the major charges among them. Family Battery Violence Felony Cruelty to children, I wonder. As we move on through these facts again. Delay this out Mr. Brooks, allegedly drove drunk. He resisted arrest. He assaulted two cops. He stole their weapon. Their Taser pointed the Tasers at the officer. At what point do you wonder? What were the cops in the right here for pulling their weapon just to note here? The New York Times in two thousand, twelve and April thirtieth. Put out this study here. A tasers shot to the chest can kill. This is from the high and mighty. New York Times. I wonder how long this will stay up, but again. Is this some of the argument we would see? From the cops in the courtroom moving forward just an overall opinion from you. While first of all the what the liberal media putting out right now on many of these cases a perverse view. It's perverted. View of what's going on here. I'm of the. Liberal Media China deify these common criminals, common career criminals that does not mean that some of these situations that they deserve the died, but they were co contributors in their own demise. This guy in the the Rashard Brooks. took a piece of police equipment and electric weapon of Tasers an electric weapon. Any turned it on the police officer police officers under the Law Tennessee Garner are allowed to use an amount of force to overcome the resistance, not meet the resistance overcoming so for somebody to say well. Hey, look just to Taser the officer can use force to overcome that situation officer chose to use this firearm. I think is reasonable under the law. It's reasonable under the circumstances, and it's important to shoot down these false narratives about what's actually happening on the streets, the main streets of the American ghetto. The Way to do that is simply pointing out facts. Nothing we've said here is not fact. Is validated against this famous video. Do bodycam video. After the story we cited and Clayton County. Georgia the the rap sheet there that we showed us well, let's come in and want to get. On the officers, walking out in Atlanta and the reports that these officers quote unquote called out, your thoughts overall on that, and just how these option for sticking together banding together. And why would they do that? We're reaching a tipping point. They're doing it because look. They have no other option right now. Everything is at stake. The career lives their homes education of their kids. Everything is at stake here, and that's why I said I fully support the law. Enforcement officers have to do this collectively to have to build a critical mass, but I think we're reaching a tipping point where the American law enforcement officers GonNa. Say Look that's enough. We're done you do it. All Right? That's David Clarke retired Milwaukee Sheriff newsmax contributor. Sheriff Clarke. Thank you for your time. Unflinching. Okay. There's some other elements here that I'm going to talk about. This one will take us back to the Minneapolis case. I'm not here to defend what happened. There I think it's indefensible, a really do. But there's concepts here that. I find bothersome. One of them is that. In this press conference held by the the prosecutor down an Fulton County the other day. He lays out the eleven charges. Not once. Did He remind folks and you used to hear this. No matter how heinous the crime is or was. In the same. That's going on in Minneapolis when Keith Ellison. Cop Hater. Overcharged at case, but that on the legal system won't will work through that. But I didn't hear Keith Ellison. Talk about some very important basic elements in our justice system, and it's the presumption of innocence. And due process. Not once did Howard mention these officers are presumed to be? And are entitled to due process. They always used to say that prosecutors always used to remind people. I don't care how heinous the crime was. We WanNa make it clear that there's a presumption of innocence. Those are bedrock. Elements, our criminal justice system the presumption of innocence. And to process. I, don't care what you that officer in in terms of what he did. In that case with Floyd. Entitled to the presumption of innocence. And due process. And the same with the officer in. County there. Hear People A- folks. This couldn't be okay with you. You cannot sit up and tell me why. I'm a conservative and I believe in the rule of law and I believe in the Constitution the constitution guarantees. The presumption of innocence and due process..
"sheriff" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show
"Couple of disclaimers while I himself promotion. You can keep up with me and my website America's Sheriff Dot Com. Follow me on parlor. At Sheriff. Clarke is Clark with an e. on the longer twitter I quit twitter. I'm done with twitter I'm tired of their speech suppression, their phony rules that only attack conservatives. They're always lacking me out because I. Know. The line is ladies and gentlemen. I don't cross the line. But they nitpick, and so I went to parliament parlor is a conservative site. Smaller than twitter at this point, but it's growing by the way. I just reached my one hundred. South Thousand South Thousand Follower on Parlour. took me a while to do that to build it up ahead nearly a million on twitter. But I'm not so into the numbers there. It's just that parlors more dedicated to free speech, and I appreciate that so at Sheriff Clarke on Parlour. Get my book and read it if you get a chance. COP under fire beyond Hashtags of race, crime and politics for a better America. How appropriate is at book titled Today and also I may contributor on Newsmax TV. newsmax TV is the fastest growing cable news outlet out there right now. they signed beyond contributor several months ago on a regular show on Friday. Newsmax now, and then during the week on other shows other programs. Obviously been real busy the last couple of weeks on shows. All throughout the day at Newsmax. So it recommend that and Newsmax, the channel depends on what your cable service providers can't give the channel up to look it up. The last disclaimer is this. This is the mark belling late afternoon show. Mark has spent a long time. Developing his brand. Building his brand building an audience. Mark is good at what he does. He's a professional. He's entrusted. To me the keys to the Lamborghini. And his only requirement is this of me. It gives me freedom. Is only requirement, he says sheriff just don't run the Lamborghini into the ditch. Don't wreck the program. I think that's reasonable. The reason I mentioned this is that I understand that you all are marks Listener, do not my listeners. You tune in every day to hear mark belling. Mark took a day off. Graciously asked me if I would fill in I. Happily accepted so here. I am so if I say something that gets your undies in a bundle and to get all. I duNNo. Bothered by. Two things. First of all get over yourself. And secondly life's too short. It's not that big a deal if I say something that you don't like. Or tweak you in some way. Take it out on me, not mark. Right so fair enough. Anyway. On the program today we have a lot to talk about obviously, and and some of this most of it is stuff that's been talked about for the last couple of weeks since the Minneapolis police incident and the the riots that followed in the upheaval of American culture, a rule of law customs and traditions here in the United States. Keep in mind that we're in an election year. This is a lot to do with. If you think about the last time, this happened with all these rights in this upheaval. Twenty Fifteen Ferguson Missouri why election year the Democrats all in. On fomenting anger within the black community to try to. Excite. Or motivate black turn out in November. There's a sinister. Plot at work here and here's who I believe the the players are you have the liberal media? Is Nothing mainstream about him? You have the liberal media. C. N. MSNBC The New York Times. The Washington Post the LA. Times Chicago Tribune the Milwaukee. Journal.
"sheriff" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"One is immigration is a symbol of fans not a criminal offense. I know we call them illegal. But that is a misnomer so crossing the border without permission is a civil offense criminal offense so we should be clear about that and so when we talk about the immigrants for example at Bristol County. None of these immigrants are in their due to criminal. Charges are not being held For criminal purposes or pursue. Any criminal sentence day are in their pending the conclusion of their immigration proceedings. So I'm talking. About aside. Lease people trying to get refugee. Status and asylum. Adjudicated in their favor are in Bristol. County right now and so that is that is huge when you when you look at it from that perspective of of do we really need an asylum-seeker behind bars in Bristol. County ever and specially now during this pandemic and so the the other point which is critical is their immigration has many tools at its disposal. This is a sophisticated federal agency. It can do eletronic monitoring it can do ankle bracelets. It can do home confinement telephonic check ins mean. The list goes on and on in terms of all of the alternatives to detention that are available. But they choose to do the most punitive to do the most confining and that during the dynamic is deadly and irresponsible they can release these folks humanitarian released. These folks so that they can quarantine and shelter at home in day chimps not to and we had to do two more questions the first one is what of your clients told you specifically about the conditions and why they got lead into the lawsuit. I mean what have they told you specifically coolio. It is terrible it is. It is deeply depressing. We're talking about a situation where there are multiple reports old consistent of no soap. No sanitizer no disinfected of guards coming to work with symptoms of not having protective gear. It is something that you would think of a happening in some Third World Prison and it's happening in the middle of Massachusetts and doubt to me is a universe. I cannot live in which is precisely why we sued and we have been able to secure the release a fifty immigrants who should have been at home to begin with and so we will continue to fight. We will continue to fight in court for the Constitutional Rights of the immigrant community. Our next hearing is tomorrow morning at ten. Am and we hope that hearing secures the release of more individuals so that we can have justice done upon the Bristol County sheriff. You guys filed an emergency motion earlier this week. Explain that and explain the Hodgson's reaction and sort of this ad hate to say it but there's an arrogance to him. That is not even factually. It's not even grounded in factual reality. I mean it's pretty clear from how he presents this notion of marauding immigrants coming back into Bristol County that that's just a crock. I'm sorry I call it for what it is. But what was the emergency motion? And then how is the hearing for Thursday morning? How's that position than the next step for the lawsuit? So we had been in communication about taking the step position which is critical because he controls facility And we need to be able to hear directly from him about the conditions at the facility. We had gone back and forth about the deposition as you can imagine a. He was not a fan of Of being deposed and and frankly it was very touching go It was unclear whether he was going to comply. With the deposition request. It was also unclear. How long if we were able to depose some how long we would have to depose him? And so sensing urgency particularly in light of the hospitalization three immigrants from Friday. We determined that the best thing would be to secure a time a date certain for his deposition by going directly to the Federal Court and we filed an emergency motion essentially requesting for the court to order sheriff to appear for the deposition which to court did a but the court did limit the time it didn't give us the full seven hours that we had been seeking but we were delighted to see that the court agreed with us that the sheriff needed to make himself available for the deposition which was something that would still not fully cooked at the time that we filed the motion and so we consider it to be a tremendous victory in terms of having the Federal Court in agreement that the sheriff needed to be deposed. Which as you can imagine was not his favorite activity but we took the deposition yesterday three hours worth of deposition testimony and as you can imagine He tried to be evasive on the highly. Relevant issue of what's going on in the facility with Nineteen but we were able to get some really interesting Admissions and concessions in the deposition in very clear he never intended to release anyone in light of the pandemic So without having filed this litigation probably lose more people would have gotten sick or worse and so it just reiterated to us that we did the right thing in seeking to depose them. And we're GONNA use the evidence that we were able to generate through the deposition Other depositions that we have taken over the past few days a four the hearing tomorrow and what we're arguing for tomorrow is for the release of more individuals The facility is still way over capacity based on the density and layout particularly in light of the pandemic and so we need more individuals released and we also need facility to take measures that are aimed at following medical public health advice. Not The advice of Fox News. And so that's what we're going to be arguing in court tomorrow for a better protections for even feel silly saying this. Julio but were asking for so I mean that's what this is coming down to. Well you on thank you so much for being on and keep us posted about the next steps on this really appreciate your time. Thank you very much. Who It's a pleasure to connect with you in a pleasure to be on Latino rebels. Hey just WanNa thank you again for being on if you like we heard just share this podcast tweet. Latino rebels tweet at me. Who Little seventy seven will be back later this week with another podcast? I think this would be our fourth one in the week if we drop it before Sunday. Wow but like we always do always close out with LA IN MINNESOTA LATINO REBELS. Radian.
"sheriff" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast
"Well but but now it is now they have a new general manager and a new head coach. They promoted from within to replace Ted Thompson and they were very active in Free Agency in fact. You could argue that. Nobody did a better job in free agencies in the packers especially getting Darius Sniff and Preston Smith for their defensive front and you know creating real pressure that they didn't have I mean we all saw what happened to Dallas when they lost by ten To the packers this year and it's it's worth noting that Matt Leflore you know first year head coach. He's the only first year head coach among the eight in the league this year. who had a winning record? One is division in and went to the playoffs and part of that success was he inherited Aaron Rodgers. Nobody else did that And he had the good fortune of a general manager who was aggressive receving free agency and who made very wise investments and has created a defense. That's far more competitive than it was in previous years. I guarantee you Mike McCarthy was sitting up there in Green Bay is that we're gonNA thirteen and three but out of ordering. Well how come this expenditure was never. I never had the luxury of this opportunity. You know how how come I always had one of the youngest rosters in football because we lost guys. We couldn't sign anybody you know when Ted Thompson wanted to play all his draft picks early on And and so they were often in a position where they would get off. The slow starts because they're playing young guys who really weren't ready to be part of a winning equation on a consistent basis and they put a lot of pressure on the head coach. Put even more pressure on the quarterback. Yeah I did and we will remember Aaron Rodgers about four years ago. Four or five years ago famously. Said after one of those slow starts relax he in any in any you know looked at that quote and said Okay Eh in any kind of get it together. And they rallied that season but We give so much credit it is Kinda funny hell with a breeze. We give breeze please we. We sort of think they're almost equals. Pack keep coming back to that end was like Peyton and breeze. They can't do it without each other. But with Roger sometimes he gets credit for doing and get on his own and McCarthy was there with him that whole time and so they. You're right they had a lot of productive years. It anything on the offensive side of the ball we were. We're wondering okay. Kellen Moore John King all of that West Coast when we when we kind of look at that and how that's going to be implemented in a team or the DNA for a years was to the old camp easy tree. The longer routes we know Lenihan came from that school of thought. Obviously Kellyn came up. Kellen Moore came up under lend and a hand. How different should we expect this offense to look and we'll it I mean? Is it fair to try to think about okay. Exactly how Green Bay boy. Good point by by the way on the running game because for years they just SORTA got by with really not much at running back Eddie. Lacy almost eight himself himself out of the League may have ended up doing that and they got some production out of him for a time. But you're right. They for year one of the reasons they were so much pressure on their in Rogers. Because does he did not have a running game year after year after year. And and and I don't know if it's that They didn't feel like they could win that way or more likely to me You know I think Mike Got Captivated and it had enough Control of the offense that it became. Hey let's just let Aaron Rodgers you know being Rogers in. Let's have some playground football here and I know you know it was interesting because we're talking about the floor This year before the cowboys played the packers and that was one of the things he mentioned. Was You know I. I'm a guy who likes to run the football. And he did that Tennessee with Derrick Henry obviously and he wanted to bring that to Green Bay and he has a Jones but as they were making the transition he said you know you really have to make a point of it because it's so easy to just say. Wow Air Rogers getting we can just throw it every play like. Why would we want to do that? The guy is so you know incredible with the football in his hands whether he's in the pocket out of the pocket under the center and the shotgun. It's just really easy for Costa give into that and let Rogers do what he wants to do and and dominate with the passing game and it really you know creates a problem for your defense on the field too much and the cowboys at that. That experience But I I think what you'll see is you'll see a lot more Short passes a lot more emphasis on run after the catch a lot. More the running back involved in the past gingrich good for a guy like Tony Pollard. And Ezekiel Elliott. Quite frankly at fifty or seventy seven catches most franchise history for running back. I think think they like to have a tight end that to control the middle of the field so jarring would certainly seemingly be a pretty good fit in this offensive scheme But but that's a big part of what has to happen is Mike has got to be aware of the need to run the football. And you know that that's something that you just cannot be good work given the commitment that the cowboys a faith. If you want to know you know how effective this offense still is. I mean this is what the this this is Mike. Shanahan you know offense essentially and so it's Kyle Shanahan is running With the forty niners they were among the best running teams in football. It's what the Iran's are using and obviously todd Gurley two years ago. It was one of the best running backs in football. And so I think Zeke can fit but Mike McCarthy has to keep that in mind nine on a weekly basis as he calls plays in games I think he will and this is going to be interesting. Ed You've been great on this. Appreciate all your TV. Were appreciate you being part of this special edition as we get ready for the Mike. McCarthy era still trying to get used to this this is your. You're it's funny. What you said about the The the him haw and around about Jason. I mean there were reports that Jason was still lobbying for his job. which boy sounds strange range that you wouldn't be able to read the tea leaves but it just says a lot to about this organization and it is point they had to bull on and say we gotta go interview some some people and I think some of these other names you brought up Ed? We're probably in the mix. I'm talking about Zimmer Kubiak some of these others were always at least in the mix but when they get a guy that they felt like was a great fit and had the head coaching experience. They decided let's get this thing done and let's not get an deal. Where we're we're out here waiting on assistant coaches and quite honestly Jerry is just even even galax defense key? Who People are excited about right now because of some of the things he's done what he's he's been able to do a Dalvand Cook and others in Minnesota Jerry? That's not him. I mean the assistant. He was ever going to hire his own homegrown. I like like Jason Witten the thought of him going after even Josh mcdaniels. Who you're a big proponent of it just that never sat right with Jerry because he he decreed that head coaching experience? Well and with Josh mcdaniels you know. He's he's obviously operated in the Patriots you know organization Tation For a head coach in total control of every facet of the football organization. And you know that's not something that Jerry's going to embrace that kind of concept so I think the other other point. And you mentioned Minnesota Minnesota's a team that runs the Shanahan style of offense the West Coast offense. That's why they brought Gary Kubiak in because he runs that system and you look what they've done with. Alvin Cook is a runner and receiver. Like the cowboys have the ability to do that. In my opinion opinion as well and and to your point about Being Strategic and once you've felt comfortable with McCarthy you know immediately following through and making sure that that he doesn't go anywhere else. I think the timing of this was crucial in this way. I think the cowboys were motivated to act decisively once. They had a favorable meeting eating with McCarthy because they knew he was a candidate with three other teams where he'd already interviewed giants the Browns and the panthers and none of those none of those teams we're able to do with the cowboys did because they were still waiting to pursue Josh mcdaniels. He's interviewing in the mall this week. So the cowboys were able to maximize their leverage by being the I commit to McCarthy say hey you may be the Ba- It appears you're the backup guy with those three franchises. This is the biggest job in football. Aw and we are offering to you before anybody else. You don't need to sit around and wait and see where Josh mcdaniels goes. No you're the second choice of whoever offers you a job after that. We've got a team ready to win. We play in the Big Room in Vegas as Bill parcells once compared it to being Frank Sinatra playing the main showroom And so I think they made a compelling case to Mike McCarthy and the timing for them was exquisite in yet to get to stay at Jerry's house else that just that was the end of it. I think I compare this to you and you had some time off to kind of think about things and put your analytics crew together in really spend some time thinking. That's what McCarthy did in when he did make a point about that if I talked to Mike McCarthy's not the agents early on in this process trace Armstrong and one of the points he made when I asked him about this perception. You know Mike's kind curmudgeonly you know guy who's kind of stuck in a traditional football mindset you know. He said that Mike actually created an animal. The first analytics department with the packers Akers was all of the funding Four hirings and for any kind of technology that needs to be purchased to go through throughtout Thompson. And he just was not a big proponent of that because he was a former scout so he believed scouts intuition over any kind of analytical analysis data They couldn't get it approved. They could get the computers. I liked that you. What he I hope Jerry will approve will approve? So you know he famously asked Dan Reeves chiefs. He lost him over asking him to clock in in Dan Reeves said no but I do think Jerry is open to analytics. So we will See Ed great stuff. Appreciate all your work at at the star. And I'M GONNA I'm leaving the plush free donation productions. I may just drive out there and bring you something you just tell me. What do you need to eat? And you've you've been hard at it and if I can bring you something you just let me.
"sheriff" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast
"It is Matt Moseley alongside. Edward R actually is at the star as we speak. He is in shadows of The star out there with all the breaking news that has happened it was the first to To basically have it for. ESPN that Jason Garrett was out they finally made it official yesterday afternoon and then Ed The word goes out this morning. That Mike McCarthy is the head coach of the cowboys Ed from a timing standpoint. First first of all they had while Jason was not quite officially out although obviously they'd given every indication that they were moving on because they already interviewing people. Marvin Lewis was was in the mix and then Mike McCarthy the cowboys go ahead and get that thing done and then we hear more that that Mike McCarthy the state over at the Jones home and then so I guess Sunday Head breakfast over there gene probably did some put some good things together. Ed Any surprise from you how quickly this thing unfolded and With with Mike McCarthy well you know it's it's interesting to me that it took them a full week to officially announce the Jason Garrett would not return to the cowboys coach and it took a less than a day to officially replace him with with Mike. McCarthy and obviously McCarthy has contributed greatly to Jason Garrett's demise here because he twice life ended recent cowboys seasons in the playoffs by beating them. Even though you could argue he had the inferior team with the packers but You know I I think one surprise to to the fan base will be How precise in terms they were in targeting who they were we're interested in You know they created the illusion that many believe it they were going to pursue some of these high profile. Expensive College coaches given that you know that sort of where the NFL game is going now. It's more being influenced by college football and is the NFL influencing the way games played at the college level. And so I think there's a little bit of a surprise but you don't if you if you have a team full of veterans that you think are ready to win and have just been poorly coach in motivated and therefore underachieve then making a move in this direction with a proven. NFL head coach. I think makes a lot of sense. You know this is. He's GonNa be the head coach in cowboys history. He's held up the lombardi trophy in the very stadium. That Jerry Jones built although history suggests that's a negative because six. NFL coaches have had to franchise in Super Bowl was but nobody in NFL. History is won the super bowl two different teams as Shirley Jones family expects McCarthy to do but You know just talking to people here. I think they felt like I asked somebody we would do. You have to get out of this next head coach that was lacking under Garrett and and the list provided me by sources was three things fear accountability and discipline. Now Mike McCarthy had all of those things things early in his career when he was waiting with the packers those sort of things disappeared in his final two or three seasons leading him. Being fired during the Stephen Edward or has been at some of these super bowls is in embedded with some of these teams in. So obviously. You've come across Mike McCarthy over your years. Here's Mike McCarthy kind of interestingly Ed hold up with the NFL network recently and then also with our friend. Peter King and talked of you know kind of some things he you did While the his one season out of football to stay prepared and to be even better prepared for his next Opportunity Hey he had a head coaching Interview I believe with the jets had smother interests that he decided not to pursue and then he sort of had a club that he was there in Green Bay that he put together and tried. Domos keep a staff together while he was out from that report and he said he would put an analytics group together. From what you've been able to gather. What do you feel like Mike? McCarthy felt like he needed to change or what has changed about his approach that we might find the little different from his long and successful run with the Green Bay packers. Yeah he did in his season away from football After being fired by the packers and not being hired by the jets job he lost Adam. Gays he did get together and higher. Essentially a six. This person coaching staff that met regularly with him in Green Bay and the attempt was to sort of modernize his offensive and defensive philosophies to prepare game plans and play books and you know sort of coaching guide as to what they were going to I do when they got another opportunity. You know emotional and family familial standpoint you said. His family really needed football again that that was something that was the centerpiece of their existence distances. A family and it was something that they desperately needed to get back to. And it'll be. This is going to be interesting because you know it's going to represent a change in offensive philosophy. beat the cowboys in that. You know he's going to bring in the west coast offense of concepts While the cowboys had adopted some of that in their playbook this his last year with Kelly Moore calling the plays. The terminology is going to be significantly different. But I I did talk to Brett. Farve About this this marriage between the cowboys and Dak Prescott and like McCarthy who you know he played for for much of his career and he thought it was an ideal situation. Nation that McCarthy would would create a great platform and his offense per DAK Prescott To have success that he would be brash brash he would be creative he would be confident he would be believable. You know all of those important qualities in inheriting pretty experienced football team at least on the offensive subsiding fall. I think they'll be even bigger changes on the defensive side under Mike Nolan that we can get into later But this is a guy who comes with a lot of credibility but I think the biggest question would be you know. Why did Mike McCarthy for thirteen years in Green Bay Brett farve and Aaron Rodgers as quarterbacks and only win one super the one that he wanted North Texas Super Bowl forty five And I think if you look at the end of his career last three years you know. He was not terribly successful than and there was a lot of criticism that is offensive approach to this play calling lacked imagination and creativity and that he basically went to three wide receiver sets with a single back And then let air rogers just beer and Rogers in an attempt to win the game. Now I covered a lot of packer games. I like Mike Mike McCarthy he's a really engaging guys a serious guy he's a regular guy people would love him But the one thing that that I I always took away way was he didn't seem to be as committed to executing the running game on game day with his play calling as he would profess to be in talking to the media before the game You know until he obviously had a great runner an Era Jones who was greatly underutilized By Him and his coaching staff last year because this year he set packer records under Matt. Leflore the first year coach in Green Bay. Who's won the division advanced of the divisional round of the playoffs But Mike McCarthy didn't have a thousand yard rusher since Eddie Lacy Twenty fourteen so if you've committed you know your organization running the football. When you're making new Zeke Elliot? The highest paid back in football. Now I think Mike is going to have to figure out a way to make sure that the running game is a big part of what he does on a regular basis. He didn't do with that in Green Bay. You know it is I hear boy. You've had great information on on. ESPN and you've been on TV all day and In in really have enjoyed all all that but this is from a visceral standpoint. How do fans react to this This is not the most exciting name. This is a retread that said I think Kansas City has had tremendous success with what you'd call a retread head coach. Andy Reid had really grown grown stelle. He'd had great success for years with the Eagles but I think his time had truly come to an end in. And we're going to see now similar to Andy Reid's age when he you got to Kansas City. Is this coach sitting there. Fifty six years old wanted one more shot at this and now gets it and in a sense. That's what Italy did with Wade Phillips. oops he was at a similar age. Maybe a little bit older when he took over the cowboys. Job But You Know I. It's people that have done. It have been productive. Ed One thing Al bring up you know the Saints Organization as as well as anybody. What's funny is isn't it interesting? How in our minds some coaches or more exciting than others? I mean if we took his record and put it. Next to SEAN PAYTON'S IT won't be too dissimilar. In fact ill a one twenty five seventy seven and two do I think is the name that stands out in my you know as is the number stands out in my mind right now. And they both he and Sean Tab the Super Bowl but isn't it interesting. We still still think of. Sean is sort of that genius quarterback Guru kind of guy. And we don't necessarily have those same feelings toward award Mike McCarthy but but you know obviously the results in a sense but both of them had great quarterbacks Payton's been connected to drew drew brees. You know the the entire time. And as you mentioned McCarthy's had rogers in in Brett farve but we give Sean Payton more credit. People get more excited about him and I you know I. I just wonder how you react to that. Well I think that you know Jerry Jones could hire anybody football maybe even before he tire bill. Ballot check He would hire Sean Payton. I think he regards Sean Payton as the single most talented a person to ever be allowed to to leave the organization. And but yeah I mean but what you said about McCarthy and Peyton is true I mean I mean this is the third time that Jerry's hired a head coach with previous. NFL experience built ourselves eventuate. billips McCarthy is an accomplished guy. He Won Petr Board Games in eight different seasons in his thirteen years in Green Bay. He's won ten playoff games. which is the most by packers coach in franchise history and in Ohio Valley? A number only exceeded by bill belichick since McCarthy became the head coach. And if you want consistency I mean he's let a single franchise to eight consecutive consecutive playoff appearances. You know who's done that. Tom Landry Chuck Knoll. Bill Belichick Mike McCarthy. So He's a very accomplished guy I I oh I think he I think he lost his passionate interest To a certain degree you know late in Green Bay and you know maybe this year way has energized. He'll bring that Total organization that I think needs that I think they got tired of the Jason Garrett Approach Jason Garrett Message. Everything's fine don't worry about anything. I think we're GonNa win no matter what anybody else says. You know. We're not the problem the problems outside the building. Just don't listen to all that I don't think that'll be McCarthy it's obviously going to be a huge transition for him In terms of you go from this tiny smallest professional sports town in in in America in Green. The Bay Where it's it's a publicly owned franchise you know? Mark Murphy and the former general manager that he worked under Ted Thompson soon are very reclusive. They're they're not at all public. They don't speak almost ever and McCarthy was often not allowed to make roster moves in personnel decisions but he always had to account for them publicly and I think he grew frustrated with that role. And certainly. That won't be the situation here in Dallas us where I presume you wouldn't even have ask Jerry Jones to lower public profile so as not to undermine you know his his performance and authority as the head coach. It'll be interesting to see how all those things were addressed specifically as they went through contract points But I would assume that McCarthy earthy is going to embrace the idea more than most coaches would that Jerry Jones is going to stand outside the locker room and he's going to update injuries. He's gotta you no he's GonNa give his Public Opinion Game Strategy and coaching decisions And the performance of players just like he's always done But to some degree that might be a relief for refer like McCarthy. I don't think he craves the spotlight. And that sort of way can you and it is the doomsday podcast. Ed Werder Matt Moseley. Emergency podcast had cast a special edition as the cowboys higher. Mike McCarthy ed your mastery In of the NFL..
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"Some of the democratic candidates were doing where they were talking to young people that were talking to people people of color that does work and we truly believe in that and i think that <hes> you know it's just it's just important to not so we were other people's right. We're not just going to practice a conventional wisdom. We're gonna look elsewhere and that's been successful. I think it's important to continue to use that mindset <hes> progressively so i mean should people walk arash. They'd be proud of being low propensity to those people who don't come on it every like how do we change change. <hes> i know the answer to this right so but you know you're you're the guest so explain like how people want to get from low propensity eighty two prime voter sure so i think the first thing is i know we hear the term off year. There are no off years. There are no offers you should always is being civically engaged because you know even if it's not a governor or a big ticket you know you're still voting for people at every level who are making the difference in your life and your experience in your city <hes> in your neighborhood and so i think the first thing is to remind people there are no off years because if you truly treat the process like something it is a habit and you continue to do it in it's not a hobby because some people are like oh you know the voting's not my thing. It's not a hobby. It should be a habit the thing that people say like sometimes i run into people and they're like yeah i don't i don't do the i don't do the politics thing just like <hes> but it's gonna affect you it. Does you very effectively so you should do it and they think as you continue to think about it as a habit and just something thing to get in there and do what you need to do. <hes> you know habits form and then it just becomes something were you eventually will become a hyper -pensive. I think the other thing is we have to remember that people do care. It's just that they're not being spoken to vote. Org is not going to be a victim. <hes> you know blame her shammar. We recognize that if you're not being spoken to it is very hard to access the the process right or if you're being blocked from accessing the process that is not your fault so we are doing the work to make sure that people have access to that process because we believe they want to have the habit of voting you know i think that's a really important point because we do get to high stakes elections process. <hes> and we have a tendency for those of us. Who are you know civic geeks or political geeks right the you know. If you don't vote you don't have no say you shouldn't be complaining and you shoulda turned out to vote and cared about this. We do have this habit bad habit of sort of blaming communities for not being engaged <hes> when on the other hand as you mentioned there are also not being directly targeted <hes> because as a strategist. I can tell you when i'm writing. Someone's campaign plan. I am not a bit you know in my early career. Mike okay this part of the district. Don't vote so like we give you know so like we're going to spend our time here unless for the candid ended up working for i need to increase engagement and in turn out in order for them person to win like people trade and barter you're right <hes> would they because if i work for a candidate and we need to increase participation that means okay we we have the potential to go over into this neighborhood and talk to people so why not just included in the process in general ed shamelessly partisan groups <hes> you know they spent five point one billion dollars in the last election <hes> and dot. ORG spent ten million. We reached forty million voters and so. I think it's not hard you can do. It and we're doing that work because it's important to be <hes> taken. Those a lot of that money goes to broadcast television version. I mean fifty percent of people under forty watch podcast television so you can see how folks aren't being targeted and so if i'm not getting the information nation we sometimes look at it like a marketing campaign if you don't know that this product exists. We don't know that there's a benefit for you to engage in it. How are you even supposed you don't know what you don't know. Oh and if you know you know so. We try to make sure that we're creating access for folks. I think that's that's the key so now looking forward going into you. You know next year is a huge election year. It will be a time where everybody and they mama will be a political strategist in the book thing because you you know it's a presidential election in this is traditionally when people rev up <hes> but there are also some important local elections in down ballot races that are gonna going to be happening not only next year but then also in twenty twenty one so how does vote dot org plan to in the future not just for presidential elections but <hes> also for other down ballot races and other state <hes> ballot initiatives may be sort of continue to have people engaged in the process yeah so we actually take like i said a mass marketing approach so we look at where they're going to be important elections happening where people are not being spoken to where you have large populations of people of color more eligible voters and we we've last election we bought billboards twenty six hundred awards around the country so we'll blanket states with billboards that just say vote and the dayton in time to vote right because that simple information is what people need to know but we also do things to reach folks where they are. It's no broadcast television but we do. SMS we do influence our campaigns. <hes> so we're really looking we do relational organizing so we look at what are the things that have been proven and tried and true that are reaching these groups and so from the mass marketing side to some of the new <hes> sort of digital media posers and we do traditional stuff as well so direct mail partnering with other organizations do a lot of partnering folks were on the ground in various states we this posture partnered with some folks in mississippi to make sure that they're getting the resources they need so we're really looking <hes> you know we're toxic agnostic like we say we have to send carrier pigeons. That's what we would do if that was going to work but really it's about scale and access right. How can we reached the most amount of people in the most effective way. I'm focused on turnout. You know we're not just registering folks. We're doing the TV programs that are huge well. How can people engage with vote dot org <hes> tools. How can they use them to conduct their own community centered word on civic action registration and turnout sure so vote dot org has a great suite of tools. We have everything from registered vote. You can verify your registration. You can get <hes> <music> reminders election reminders some of my favorites you can <hes> be reminded as the election approaches and then you have polling place <hes> tools got. We'll tell you actually where your polling places and so you know our tools. I think what is fun for other organizations are tools can be used you can put them right on your website and use them for yourself and and push folks to it and so those tools are democratized available for all and if you wanna get involved you can just go to vote dot org like the name so convenient. Thank you very much for stopping anyway. I thank you awesome. Thanks for having kennedy..
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"Is working while we are marching arching and carrying signs so they'll team is inside so why don't why would these wonderful organizations with with one concept and wonderful money and <hes> <hes> wonderful power. Why don't we build a team. That makes sure that you have all the answers that you want correctly and you also can look at it and say that's. That's not right but you have to have team built to say that's not right when your house is built. You have an expected to come in to inspect your home and they're going to say okay this is this joint is not right right. The electrical wires are not right. The you know this needs to be redone up to code and then you come back and say now. You'll house is good to be expected. We we come into some of these incidents three or four months and then what happens we're asking for justice then when that happened it should be a team that land in intercity and say we're here to help our right. We're here to see so. Let me move on to another issue because you can have a whole show just on that one man i wanted moving so ah in the beginning of our conversation you talked about <hes> not using the phrase inmates or criminals just and from from what we have read and reviewed of the work that you've done <hes> you have a particular approach that wants to treat people who mainly whether or not they committed a crime or not and get them ready for win. They re enter to society. Talk a bit more about your focus on that limited and the reason why i have done this <hes> a lot of people have went to <hes> correctional institute my name on it. I've only lost one k. seen in my twenty two years and so i went to them and talk to people who were previously incarcerated some were incarcerated and you know what it's all about respect some of the individual that helping me now the tears into said rich and everybody else. These are people that are i ran into. They were young people on the streets going to school elementary the school high school and then you know they got into the world of riffraff and they went away and came back but these are the people that helped teach me of what we should do so so here's what i tell people i am trying to prepare people for re entry into society and then why is it and here's my answer. I'm trying to prepare to prepare your neighbor. Why every person that is going to leave. A detention center is going to be someone's neighbor. I don't know where that where they're gonna live but they're going to be next door to my daughter. Nick be next door to my niece. They're gonna be next to my grandson. They'd be next door to my grandmother so i will try to prepare that person to be a better citizen before they got there. So then whatever i can do do is try to complete that i was in germany last summer studying what to do with prison systems and and all that <hes> and a friend of mine was a friend's name is daryl atkinson's and we were sitting on the bus and he said something to me that i'll never forget he says if you never strip a man of his dignity you won't have to worry about give it to him back a rebuilding that man so just imagine titles naming something or giving somebody a name title means something so i believe that changing the word resident was easy from inmate detention center rehabilitation center. That's what we're doing so we're preparing tearing your neighbor and as simple and i have fun. Doing it and i do something every month to do that. Excitingly yesterday we could talk about what i did yesterday but i think it's important horton how i prepare your neighbor to come home and give them a stance of true reentry on the twenty second of july. I'm having my second job fair air inside my detention center not where you get a certificate anybody can give all these guys and women's ticket then gaudi's classes. I'm having companies coming coming in having a job fair inside my facility whip breakfast and all the guys got suits and when they're finished their the employers leaving thing with employees when they leave the detention center they walk out the next day and walk into their job. That's important asset really important. It is talking about people not the recidivism sort of not going back because it's it's it then becomes a cycle right. We criminalize poverty. We also <hes> <hes> put people in the second class citizenship of formerly incarcerated and so i'm gonna put you to the side but then if you don't do what you need to i want in my role is in lacey pe- president at gone and spoken for different events events inside a state prison in new york and one of the gentlemen who happened to be an as you know. I know you're involved in aa c. P. as well you have <hes> prison branches and so the president of that prison branch he was getting ready to get out within a year he gets out and finds a job right so immediately like going from a to a halfway house and then finding a job well the job he found was to do food prep work overnight which means he can't do it. Oh well because he has a curfew right and so trying to have the conversation with his parole officers like look. Here's a job out of prison making fifteen dollars an hour like this. He's going to be at work. It's not like you know big deal right but then like these rules and restrictions right like have up there are problems and not being able to look beyond them in those that are kinda small little things that can be the build up and be frustrating when you're trying into you know get your life back on regular track and we and i think you go back to what you asked me about. The the dude is in power of the sheriff. I believe that's my. That's my a duty and i'm gonna try to do now. Next project is have the department of motor vehicle coming my facility and produce driver license in. ID's very very important. We just had a conversation. There's a voter. ID project where they work in states where you need <hes> identification to vote and they started started off the project is helping people get idea so they can vote but realize that in a lot of these places either the DMV is far and there's not public transportation or their fees involved and with getting your ID or your recently formerly incarcerated and just having an idea how that opens up you know so much more of your life hyphen being able to do certain things and i think that's important and i hate to say it like this but i have fun have fun every day what i'm doing voter. ID thing came up as a joke one day and so all of my friends are now with some of my friends working for north carolina you know DMV and all of a sudden. I'm going to tap into them. I know you've got a mobile unit. Bring it down. What do you need to forms of. ID of course they do so. We're gonna tell the resident call your girlfriend. Call your mom. Call your cousin and say within the next time they come to visit you. Bring your two pieces of i during abrasives bring it in and so we're going to beat you about having a pitch you can bring in. Don't bring five pitches. Bring me the three players and the voter. ID we having that and then we can have them absolutely having an ID now what we're doing of course everybody understands when you being booked into jail. There's free time waiting to see the magistrate waiting to go to see how much a bond is so. What do you do with that. Our inbetween we're going to have have volunteers with that wonderful clipboard and atlanta hanging around their neck to walk up to my one of my residents says while you waiting for majett get your bond all you a registered voter wow and so then you have time yeah and so then you just do that eh registered to vote and then we take them down to the <hes> i talked about when when you early in my career when i used to do voter registration i will go at the end. I will go to the club where people saying our line you stand there. Anyway was yeah. We're gonna have a party. The only way you can get in is you show you and then if you wanna get.
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"You are a deputy that has caused some problems or you. Don't feel like there you there are going to what i say. Chop wood and carry my water. All i have to do is write him a letter him or her a letter and say you you are not invited to my swearing-in so are they similar to employees at the will of the sharon correct so if if you're thinking about you know i'm on the side for that the way the structure of law enforcement in this country <hes>. It's kind of antiquated particularly what i'm talking about. Police department and i live in new york city right where they like to boast that. NYPD is the largest police we surviving. I called the largest gang right because but that there are some things i think we ask law enforcement particularly police departments to do more more than they should. You know there are all sorts of different interactions that we should probably reform and change <hes> you coming into into power as a sheriff. What are some of the things that you think kevin you have a thirty five year career in las in law enforcement thirty eight thirty eight thirty eight year in law enforcement so you've been a homicide detective you all of this. Whatever from your perspective from citizen's perspective. What do you think we should be looking out. We're talking about the reform of larne forcement being educated. We're asking low gene. We're asking the citizens are asking lowering law enforcement asking him for something this hey can you be accountable but do the citizens know how to to hold us accountable. We do not and that's the issue and law enforcement know that you do not and then the community sometimes arms will not stand still long enough for us to educate them on accountability accountability. Here's an example and and i'm going to ask you this question and i hope that doesn't want you to questions and i don't think you're gonna answer either. One okay okay. What kind on a criminal case is it when an officer takes the life of a citizen on the street. What kind of criminal cases that an officer involved shooting. It's it's not a it's not automatically a criminal case it is it is okay word. Play has taken your mind now. Here's what i wanna. I wanna ask you again. What kind of criminal case if robert shoots tommy on the street oh man it could be manslaughter blogs but generally what what do we call. We call it a homicide. Yes so when tommy shoots johnny owned. The street is homicide right. Yes okay okay so when officer tommy shoots citizens johnny on the street. What what is it. A homicide didn't go now. So why do we ask three questions. Why do we ask all these other people to come in and speak for us and ask law enforcement to give us justice so you have a plumbing problem at your house. Would you call your bishop for that plumbing problem now. Why not unless he's the plumber okay so when you you have a homicide. An officer involved shooting. Who should you call the police and then who should you get some. Who should you consult with to get you answers the bishop or an ex officer or a group of train citizens citizens that consists of ex law enforcement forensics and everything else. It's not now you see where i'm going. Yes but i would argue that. The reason why the call is is because yes it is a homicide as you're saying but the tendency you're the conversation is to find a way to justify it for that law enforcement officer not necessarily to determine if the per- the officer is criminally reliable for the action here we go with that now when there is that officer involved shooting again which is a homicide investigation investigation. How many investigations are going on. How many investigations will happen. How many phases of that oh yeah it'll be a lot. I correct but you're no. There's only three there is the internal there you go right to determine if he followed procedure yes yes. There is a district attorney. That's the criminal right who will determine whether or not to file charges or anything like that and then it's the officers officers union civil now so when a person is life is taken by law enforcement and we have these three entities involved and we have a lawyer representing the family emily where does the lawyer please according with you right but here's what happens they play both criminal and civil they played both criminal and civil and then sometimes let me say this and please for the listeners. Don't jump on me. Sometimes they hinder the investigation and do not bring forth all of the information that needs to go to the district attorney to criminally prosecute the office well then. I have to challenge you on that because listen. I've been you now involved. In a number of the league. <hes> district attorney's office want to charge somebody with something they going charge somebody with other right which you have to have physical physical evidence necessarily know people that know but i'm saying we have to have some type of evidence. You've got to have some type of and see these and see what happens. Is you will challenge it and you will say that and so but then it goes back to my original statement you asked a plumber or do you exhibition to fix your leaky pipe because well if you have no let me say this. If you have no confidence to begin with in the department why would you go there. Consider to your plumber analogy if i know from experience the ribaud th the reviews and from past experience areas that i'm not going to get the service that i want and deserve from that particular problem. Why am i calling them so so then that's a great leading so then. How are you going to get justice but you asking the same people that you don't have confidence in to give give you justice because they hold the position of power okay now. So how can you hold them accountable. You're gonna find out where i'm going so how you gonna hold them accountable that you already already know that you're not gonna get justice but you still asking them every year to to give me justice well the number one is they are elected like you. Are you voting amount office but you're not going to know that until you get that they're going to be in office. I while they're there you still demanding so you'd move up the chain and know the rights and responsibilities. You have to hold them accountable accountable. The demand word is is catching. You can demand it. But how do you know so. How would you suggest how would i say different moves while you really want me to know safe instance <music> save for instance that before i became sure i assisted attorneys on officer involved shootings shootings and and in custody death why because it is so then while in between my retirement some some people consider me as an expert witness why because that's my expertise in officer involved shootings which is homicide investigation wrongful breath and all that so you could you could have people partly you know what procedure officers who opposed to follow and whether or not they follow proper procedure or not and then you can give that expertise in that context analogy. Is this build a best house that you can. You get you get a good plumber. You get a good carpenter. You get a good election. You get a good roofer and you're gonna start billing your great house so then when you want this great dream team to find accountability in also challenged the system that you and others including myself may not quite know all about so you get <music> a gary and then you get a martian. You'll get a james and you get a tony and you said okay. I need you because your blood splatter expert. I need to get you because you know we're all. The evidence is capping. You know how to review the evidence and i'm going to have you for trace evidence. I wanna have you for. DNA and then i'm going to have <hes> you as a homicide. Detective then i'm going to have you to to be an analysis of the voice and all of that you build a team and when you have a ferguson you send a team in think about it. They have a team and here's what near team is doing. Their team.
"sheriff" Discussed on #SUNDAYCIVICS
"Welcome welcome welcome to sunday civics the home for the civically engaged. I'm your host your civics teacher your neighborhood political strategist l. joy williams <hes>. It's the first sunday of september and somewhere is almost over but i'm not too sad about it because it's my favorite season is coming up autumn apple picking in warm cider the leaves turn the weather is like just right at at least for me is like not too cold to hot. You can wear like jaggi you can take it off is a beautiful time of year and i absolutely love it so i'm going to enjoy it while i can dan because the way our climate is changing who knows the winds. They are a changing all right enough about that. We have some civic education to get to and this morning morning. I hope you are ready for class because we are continuing our who we elect series exploring various state and local elected positions that may appear on in your ballot and this morning we are learning and exploring the office of sheriff now nearly every state has shares <hes> most states. The office office is written into the state constitution. It's the highest elected office in any county. <hes> in some states they're responsible for keeping the peace enforcing the law upholding the constitution and the state constitution and it's actually one of the oldest elected positions in the united states shares have the unique position in of being accountable directly to the people of the county they oversee as it pertains to law enforcement officials so just like a secretary estate which we discussed already or treasurer controller which we're going to discuss a coming up in this series the overall responsibilities of the office of sheriff vary in each state some lead agencies some our chief of police there also often in charge of managing the county jails the security at courts and local government the buildings alaska and connecticut are the only two states without the offices sheriff and interestingly enough. If you go down the rabbit hole of canetti the kid they actually voted to abolish sheriffs in two thousand this is because there are a lot of scandals about <hes> elected sheriffs and so they you're like what someone did a valid measure and they just got rid of the office altogether and most states like i said earlier the sheriffs are elected because this at the county level <hes> and in hawaiian rhode island i think count <hes> shares are pointed or some version thereof of appointment late mid election or something mma going down. The rabbit hole of the history of shares in the united states has been this civic nerds dream for instance instance. The first black elected sheriff in the united states. <hes> that was in taxes <hes> was <hes> walter moses burton he he was actually born <hes> enslaved and obviously you know obviously afterwards <hes> he not only unle was able to buy land from his former owner. He became active in republican party politics. He was elected sheriff. He was also the tax collector dirt in fort bend county and he would also later go on to serve in the state legislature. I think he was a senator <hes> as well so <hes> that was the first black sheriff electing united states walter mola's burton and if you go back for then the first elected sheriff i believe the united states was even for this country was <hes> the united states so the position certainly <hes> has long roots use in this country so if you are interested in falling down the rabbit hole and looking at some of the sources that we put together in order to put this episode together you can check out our reading lists for this episode at sunday civics dot org and you can see all of those links of interesting stories to catch up on regarding sheriff now to put the position and the responsibilities of the office of sheriff in perspective. I'm bringing duly elected did sheriff to the front of the class for what was a very in depth and colorful conversation. We actually have this conversation. During a conference room recorded it it and bringing this conversation to you sheriff gary mcfadden. He's a thirty six year veteran of the charlotte mecklenburg police department admit but he's currently the mecklenburg county sheriff. He has a long service record. He was a detective he was in homicide unit but as sheriff he employs more than a thousand people and oversees a budget of about a hundred in twenty million dollars. He was elected in two thousand eighteen and during our conversation we talked about everything from his decision not to cooperate with ice which has brought a lot of heat and fire to <hes> <music> <hes> his <hes> local neighborhood <hes> issues of law enforcement accountability which you know he and i went down the rabbit hole of that as as well and of course he shares the story of his first civic action which we ask all of the <hes> our guest to to do but first we started this <hes> this lesson if you will on what the role of sheriff is take a listen. I want us to begin with what is a sheriff's post to do. What is the responsibility of a sheriff rolling. Several cities or county county sheriff has many responsibilities this sherve <hes> actually takes care of <hes>. You're gonna have to excuse me. I do not say inmate the residence at the detention attention senate and i use that instead of jail <hes> but for this wheel say jalen inmates <hes> so when someone is arrested <hes> basically new smaller all of our largest cities they take care of incarcerated citizens you know in the vicinity and then they serve civil papers and they have the same functions as <hes> any law enforcement officer and people do not know that that is sure is the highest ranking elected official in in any given county and we have constant we <hes> governed by constitutional law so we don't have a boss our boss <hes> we'll be the citizens of the county and so my count is one point five million so that is my boss. I don't answer to anyone except them so you're not under people have the misconception conception that even though the sheriff is part of law enforcement in a sort of general sense. It's not like it's underneath governor. It's not underneath the federal government and in fact shares one of the like older this elected officials in society eighty in law enforcement it is and it's a very powerful position and i think what people have done in the past is didn't tell anybody and didn't educate educate anybody on the sheriff because they wanted to secret <hes> i was reading the other day they had <hes> the fourth generation of a family that was a sure of soda grandfather all the pass it down pass it down. Pass it down so they they they control this county for over forty years. Wow so <hes> we have to be very careful. All about who will lecture <hes> when i want to say the other side you know people who are against what we do <hes> we have to be mindful and we can't analysts say stay woke woke and what does that mean you woke stealing bed focused routing bed but here's what happened when i heard heard something in two thousand seventeen <hes> the attorney general for the united states jeff sessions and i won't miss quote unquote so you can go and google glit- online and he said something at the two thousand seventeen national sheriff association in washington. DC and what he said was not written <hes> into speech and and you can go online and find that so i'm not getting to that but then that means like okay we need to hold these positions because if they ever get hold if they other side get a hold of these positions then they will now know the power of shirl for instance. I i have a contract of my medical every sheriff's office and we do not say department office and we're particular about that <hes> so every sheriff's office has a medical part to their sure you you take care of people so you have a medical <hes> unit <hes> imagine how much that cost the taxpayers every year so not about tax payer but if i don't like that contract i can simply go to my computer. I said i'm not honoring that contract tomorrow. That's power so you don't have to go through any kind of process. They have to be approved by legislature. HMO or the state or anything you individually get to decide what companies have contracts with the sheriff's office that is correct. Here's another thing that people do not know the sheriff's office and i had to. I'm still going to school. Would we were sure of school. The dated i walk into a asia today that is sure takes power. The night at midnight takes power. None of his deputies have power until they are sworn in by him so imagine if.
"sheriff" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion
"He may have a political future in this venture out into it bukhari i'm excited about it i'm is excited as allah's is probably four different reason because democrats and yet pickups we need arizona and we need nevada and if there's anybody if you take sheriff joe arpaio is roy more run more prior to the pedophilia was still a very unqualified person to be in the united states senate that is squarely wear show chair of joe arpaio fits you are a dumb ass what a dumb asked that guy is no see i don't know who this guy is he's a dumb asked who years but qari sellers you're a dumb asks you're telling me that share of joe arpaio a guy who served with honour and distinction as he a sheriff of maricopa county where i live by the way offer what 24 years before that was in the drug enforcement agency da i mean this is a man that has served most of his life with distinction for our country and he's not good enough for you you dumb ass open oprah's good share joe's and and of course uh oh sheriff joe he's a big all racist no he's not i know share of joe i've spent time with sheriff joe sure of joe's been i mean this disclose over my around him now will not naughty way of just saying this is a guy that follows the laws now these dumb asas on cnn they only like to follow the laws that they like.
"sheriff" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Sheriff's department has funding and permission to do body cameras but hasn't quite implemented a yet and we'll talk about the handful of reasons and procedures that your sort of meticulously going through to get to the time where the body cameras may be used indian county route six and then we're going to talk with madison older xiv a bizarre she wrote a budget amendment to not implement a pilot of the buddy cameras in the madison police department to postpone the implementation of that pilot the budget amendment passed aso it will not be implemented in 2018 and we're gonna talk quickly with older bizarre about that budget amendment m and the steps that she is looking for in the mass and police department and then for the second half of the show we're going to talk with the university of south carolina law professor south stoughton heat a former police officer and an expert on police law and he did a study on body cameras and the in mm packed of them the role that they play how they uh portray one perspective but not necessarily the full perspective of what happens and how to deal with that and surprisingly perhaps even throughout his studied the conclusion that he is drawn is he still supports the use of body cameras but supports understanding the role and expectations of the community should have so we're going to talk with him for the second half of the show and i know hill elaborate on that perhaps he doesn't always fully supported that's how he has been portrayed but it's not entirely clear so i look forward to talking with him for the second half of the show so let's get started again we have been county sheriff dave mahoney here in the studio with us um dave can you started us off with why do you personally as the sheriff on your professional role support body cameras for the dane county sheriff's department loyd's lynn you know back in the fourteen fifteen budget when we were talking about the desire the county board for the sheriff's office to begin exploring utilization of body cameras that came to light after incidents like ferguson and baltimore um and and we embrace that we actually went to our staff and ask deputies of they would support buddy cameras and overwhelmingly the.
"sheriff" Discussed on PRI's The World
"As the country waited for harvey the hit the texas coast last friday night president trump started a storm of assume he pardoned joe or pyo sheriff joe as he is known is the former maricopa county sheriff in arizona he was found guilty last month of violating an injunction preventing the profiling of latinos are pile was due to be sentenced in october the president defended are pile at that press conference we mentioned earlier sheriff joe is a patriot share of joe loves our country sheriff joe protected our borders trump continued i stand by my pardon of sheriff joe and i think the people of arizona who really know him best would agree with me petra phalcon is with promise arizona an immigrant's rights group in phoenix petra tell us about your reaction when you heard the news that are pyo was being granted a presidential pardon oh we were here in the office we had just finished having that conversation then then i got a call and of course they accuse sri we could find frankly i fill in my gut about okay this cannot happen a president cannot ugh harden a criminal ipr pile and not doing some other things that i think are just as important touch eyes working on immigration reform he called undocumented people criminal thing yet he has been nothing to fix that broken immigration system at first got again it was just a lot of anger because quite frankly we work a lot we've worked a lot in the streets registered a lot of people uh we work the ultrapious campaign and twenty well i'll be registered over thirty four thousand people that stummer uh we've got them out to vote there was a whole other group of organisations demanding that the courts that's the cage then put joe or pile on trial and of course he was found guilty illegally.