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"Closer to getting a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot of Centers for Disease Control panel endorsed extra doses of all three U.S. vaccines and said people can pick a different brand than their previous shot My campaign reporting actor Alec Baldwin was reportedly seen outside his sheriff's office in New Mexico crying after he fired a prop gun on the set of a movie western killing the cinematographer and wounding the director according to authorities The AP's Oscar wills Gabriel What was supposed to be a routine day of filming for the western movie rust has turned tragic the movie's director of photography is dead and director Joe's Sousa was injured when they were shot by a prop gun discharged by actor Alec Baldwin It's unclear how the incident occurred authorities near Santa Fe are investigating The photo director identified as hala Hutchins was airlifted to a hospital where she died so that was taken to the ER at another hospital Local news reports say Baldwin was seen at the sheriff's office in tears but reporters were unable to elicit a comment from him Baldwin is listed as both star and producer of the movie production on it has been shut down I'm Oscar wells Gabriel That gang that's holding 17 hostages linked to a U.S. missionary group is warning they'll be killed if the gang doesn't get $17 million in ransom money The group's leader posted a death threat video online This is a P news A big dinosaur skeleton has been sold at auction for millions The AP's Karen Chammas reports The biggest triceratops skeleton in the world known as big John has been sold for $7.7 million to a private collector in Paris The enormous skeleton estimated to be over 66 million years old was found in 2014 in South Dakota Big John named after the owner of the land where it was found is certified by the Guinness World Records as the largest documented skeleton of a triceratops at 23 feet long The $7.7 million price tag was a record for Europe although it was bought by a U.S. buyer who wished to remain anonymous Last year a Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton reached almost $32 million in an auction in New York becoming the most expensive dinosaur ever sold I'm Karen Chammas government forecasters say the winter will be warmer in the south and wetter in the north I'm Rita foley AP news This is a 20 a.m. WC PT willow springs and streaming worldwide at 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter Now your W C PTA 20 Chicago traffic update CTA brown and purple line express trains are standing at Armitage due to police activity I 80 westbound traffic is stop and go from lark to hobo crash to the left lane The southbound veterans memorial Three 55 is now jammed solid north avenue to 22nd street a multi vehicle crash has two left lanes blocked Southbound 53 has delayed starting before Palatine road It's 16 minutes from Lake cook two 9 to Google that interchange 45 minutes so hair to downtown 28 The odds of our 48 minutes three 90 to downtown 30 from wolf Stevenson heavier 55 minutes The veterans memorial to Salva Lake short drive Ryan 21 minutes from 95th I'm Taliban too What's the deal Dollar 99 breakfast croissants Right now at Wendy's you can get a sausage or bacon egg and Swiss croissant for just one 99 Fresh cracked eggs oven baked bacon grilled sausage.
Sheriff: Baldwin fired shot on movie set that killed woman
"A famous actor has been involved in the deadly incident on a movie set in New Mexico what was supposed to be a routine day of filming for the western movie Restos turned tragic the movie's director of photography it's dead and director Joe Sousa was injured when they were shot by a prop gun discharged by actor Alec Baldwin it's unclear how the incident occurred authorities near Santa Fe are investigating the photo director identified as halo Hutchins was airlifted to a hospital where she died so that was taken to the ER at another hospital local news reports say Baldwin was seen at the sheriff's office in tears but reporters were unable to listen a comment from him Baldwin is listed as both star and producer of the movie production on it has been shut down I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Fresh update on "sheriff" discussed on Six Degrees of WTF
"It. Looks assaulted yeah. I mean it's so a star to make it look like a sheriff's badge almost onto his jacket and they showed a picture of it. Look legit because it wasn't like he just took a little marker drew something up and then so did on actually felony impersonating office elizabeth She complied because one. She seriously thought he was a police officer to she's fourteen. She didn't know she could question him and make him produce proof and tell her more about why yeah. He was taking her in and three. She thought.
GOP Congressional Candidate Joe Kent Discusses the Immigration Crisis
"The immigration crisis at the southern border if you win this congressional seat listen yeah it's a seat where only people in the congressional district in Washington can vote for you Obviously But you're voting on national issues It's not a state Senate seat It's on a state seat It is a federal seat You're take on immigration What's going on at the border given that we learned last night from Bill meluan on Fox that the Biden administration is doing a de facto Amnesty Joe what they're doing is they're using parole and parole doesn't mean what it does in the criminal system It means like taking people in from a foreign country giving them a reason to be here They're doing it on a mass scale your thoughts on what's going on at the southern border and they factor Amnesty Yeah it's just insanity I mean the crisis on our border is going to affect every single American city So I'm here in Pacific Northwest geographically where far away from the border but we're essentially a border town because we're surrounded by a sanctuary city I got Portland to our south Seattle to our north I 5 quarter going up and down I talked to our local law enforcement We had a massive uptick in crime We recently had a sheriff's deputy killed doing a counter narcotics mission to protect community out here And that's all directly linked to the lack of a border wall And then the Joe Biden opening up our southern border So the woman I'm running against he's a Republican Jamie Herrera butler She voted to stop the construction of the southern border wall with the Democrats Over the first two years we had Republicans in the House and the Senate when Trump was in charge We had a mandate from the American people to build that wall into secure our border and to do what's right for our people We had Republicans like Jimmy her butler crossed the island betray us So we have to get the military down there I think finish the wall really even go after the cartel that's on the border to defend our borders And then we have to have a full immigration moratorium I mean really the massive amount of labor immigration that's going to come across the border is really an attack on the American
Fresh update on "sheriff" discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Brought to you by State Farm, like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. What to know about the multiple criminal investigations into Alex Murdoch by Josiah Bates. Murder investigations embezzlement allegations, a drug addiction and hitman for hire, in recent months, a series of bizarre criminal incidents surrounding a prominent South Carolina family, and its patriarch attorney Alex Murdoch had received national attention. It was the June deaths of Margaret and Paul Murdoch that first received widespread coverage in the media, as well as within true crime circles. On June 7th, at around ten p.m., Alex Murdock called police to report that he had found his 22 year old son Paul, and his 52 year old wife Margaret shot outside their home and collaton county. According to a colleton county sheriff's office report, authorities arrived at the scene and found the two victims with multiple gunshot wounds. I urged the public to be patient and let the investigation take its course. Police chief Mark keel said in a June 21st statement on their killings. This case is complex, and we will not rush this or any investigation. Investigative decisions we make throughout this case must withstand the scrutiny of the criminal justice process. And as developments in the weeks and months since then, and made clear, heals describing the situation as complex is perhaps an understatement. An HBO Max documentary series of the family with the working title Murdoch family mysteries is already in the works. Who is Alex Murdoch? Alex Murdoch, aged 53 was most recently an attorney at the civil law firm. Peter's Murdoch Parker elz Roth and Dietrich, D for short, which was founded by his great grandfather, Randolph Murdoch senior. Until then, a fourth generation lawyer at the firm, Murdock resigned from PMP, D on September 3rd, his brother Randolph Murdock the fourth still works there. Murdoch's family has long had considerable influence over the small South Carolina region. You don't cross the Murdochs, an unnamed source told people in a cover story for the magazine's September 16th issue..
Loudoun County Father Arrested at School Board Meeting After Daughter Allegedly Raped in School Bathroom
"For years, we have been warning about how the trans lobby is going to be endangering young women because they're going to allow young men that have mental problems who think they are women. Allowed into locker rooms. And we have been pushing back against this. Rather, I don't want to say unsuccessfully. There's been some wins and some losses, but the ACLU and all these major organizations, they are pathologically focused on trying to destroy regular gender norms and reinforce gender dysphoria. Now gender dysphoria used to be something that was talked about and was accepted as a real thing, and now we have decided to reorganize society completely and to play into a very serious mental condition that people should get treatment for. They should get counseling for. And so, in loudon county, you might remember this father that went to the school Scott Smith, who was arrested for disorderly conduct for trying to speak out at the school board meeting and then the national school board association calls him a domestic terrorist now why was he there? I want every father listening to this to know this story. Well, he was there because on May 28th, a boy who pretends to be a girl allegedly wearing a skirt, entered a girl's bathroom nearby stone bridge high school and sexually assaulted his 9 9th grade daughter. This is according to daily wire and Washington examiner. The family's attorney said, quote, a boy was charged with two counts of forcible sodomy. And one count and this is very graphic. So if you want to just talk about poppies and rainbows, go find another network. One count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio, related to an incident that day at the school. The sheriff's office confirmed, via a public records request that this was a real charge, mapping, matching the date and location of smith's rape. His 9th grade daughter gets raped in a bathroom by a man wearing a skirt, who thinks he's a woman. Spare me the we need more Caitlyn jenners in the Republican
Fresh update on "sheriff" discussed on Morning Edition
"Has voted in favor of a contempt of Congress resolution against Bannon for defying a subpoena from the House select committee investigating the January 6th riot at the U.S. capitol The House select committee says Bannon appears to have had multiple roles relevant to the investigation including his part in constructing and participating in a public relations effort that quote motivated the attack Democratic congressman Jamie Raskin says Bannon needs to be held accountable for ignoring a subpoena to testify You can't blow off the United States Congress from your sofa and think you're going to get away with it The contempt resolution now heads to the Justice Department for possible criminal prosecution Attorney general Merrick Garland says the agency will apply the facts and the law when making its decision Windsor Johnston NPR news Washington Authorities in New Mexico are investigating a deadly shooting on the set of actor Alec Baldwin's western that's being filmed in Santa Fe county The sheriff's office says the film's cinematographer was killed and the movie's director wounded when Baldwin fired a prop gun during filming 42 year old Helena Hutchins was pronounced dead at the university of New Mexico hospital director Joel Souza's injuries were described as minor It's unclear how live ammunition made it into the weapon Paul syke is a retired commander with the Albuquerque police department He says there's a very strict controlled process for handling weapons on movie sets to prevent injuries and deaths It's given directly to you and there is a question and answer period that goes on when it comes to you know what do you have on you Do you have any what do you have in your pockets The name of the movie is rust A federal appeals court in California will hear arguments today in a case involving plans for a large copper mine in Arizona Ryan Heinz with member station knu says the proposed site is considered sacred by a Native American tribe Members of the San Carlos Apache tribe have been traveling in what they call a spiritual convoy for two weeks They've met with other tribes spoken at schools and churches and held prayer rallies to raise awareness about the threats to oak flat about 60 miles east of Phoenix Lawyers for the group Apache stronghold will ask the U.S. 9th circuit Court of Appeals for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction against the federal government to stop the resolution copper mine They argue a 2014 land swap violates the tribe's free exercise of religion The Biden administration halted the project for review earlier this year For NPR news I'm Ryan hunters in Flagstaff Wall Street futures are mostly lower this morning This is NPR news from Washington Amnesty International is calling for Italy's parliament to launch an independent investigation into COVID-19 deaths in the country's nursing homes This follows staff at some facilities alleging unsafe conditions In a statement the group says it's making the push after interviewing dozens of people including 34 healthcare workers some alleged a climate of fear and retaliation in the workplace Previously prosecutors in Italy opened a criminal investigation into one nursing home no charges were filed there Chinese real estate developer ever grant has avoided default after making about $83 million in bond interest payments That's according to state media NPR's MLA Feng and Beijing says investors have been concerned about broader defaults across China's property sector Saturday was ever granted to avoid being considered in default after it missed an interest payment one month ago on about $2 billion of bonds But the company narrowly escaped default by paying the interest to investors Friday Evergreen does have more interest payments however on two other Bond trenches and at owes more than $300 billion in debts The developers wobbly financial status has sent shivers through China's property sector Other developers are also facing defaults and home sales and home prices have plunged Emily fang and peer news Beijing The Russian government says there's been a deadly explosion and fire at a gunpowder in chemicals plant in the west of the country today at least 7 people have been killed more than a half dozen people are missing I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington.
Mark Levin Calls for Resignation of Loudoun County School Board Members and Other Officials
"Com I want to join the parents of loudon county And demand the resignation of the school board And the resignation of the principal at stonebridge high school in the resignation of the superintendent Now how could they not have known what took place in that unisex bathroom When Scott smith's daughter was raped a 9th grader By a quote unquote transgender boy Who went into that bathroom wearing a skirt That's number one Number two I believe the sheriff's office should be apologizing to Scott Smith For the way in my view that he was manhandled That's right I said it Number three the prosecutor in this case a soro stooge Her resignation should be demanded as well She threw the book at mister Smith He didn't hurt his soul He dared to insist that he not be removed from the board meeting An illegal assembly on his part apparently They tried to make a mockery this man The national school board association used him To try to advance their Tyrannical agenda
Fresh update on "sheriff" discussed on Jim Bohannon
"The news is sponsored by news nation The family of a young mother from Zion is pleading for the public's help in finding her killer and we're closer to dropping the city's mask mandate WGN traffic looking at our expressways and tolles right now on the Jane Adams toy there is a vehicle fire blocking the left lane westbound after Beverly road Everything else is looking good Melanie Yates families speaking for the first time since her death The 23 year old married mom of two girls was shot in the head Sunday Night in her Zion home Her mother lamb Calderon The girls aren't gonna know their mom anymore Right They're just gonna have a memory And you can see I mean we're struggling with them being just traumatized So Zion police believe the bullet that killed Yates came from an exchange of gunfire outside Yates home on Enoch avenue Zion police and the Lake county major crimes task force are investigating call police if you have any information A murder suspect from Chicago shot a sheriff's canine during a traffic stop in Kenosha county Wisconsin yesterday that says he was trying to run from the scene officers fired back injuring that suspect the canine named Riggs underwent surgery he's expected to survive but likely won't return to active service Sheriff David Beth He at least initially took the suspect down kept him from running on to the highway 50 A felon with a handgun and who knows what the felon would have done Who knows if he would have gone up there and tried carjacking somebody at gunpoint Riggs has been with the Kenosha sheriff for the last 7 years Many dicks more residents are still without water and could be for the next several days after a water valve was shut off in an underground pipe coming from Harvey Cook County president Tony park winkle Isn't about assessing blame It's about trying to fix a problem that's the result of the fact that we have real infrastructure needs and what's underground sometimes doesn't get the same attention as what's above ground Officials say the water is not contaminated and is safe and boiling the water is only there for precautionary reasons Funeral services will be held today for Chicago's civil rights icon to mule black a visitation was held last night at AA Rainer and suns funeral home near 71st in calumet Black was an organizer of the March on Washington in 1963 and was part of the campaign to elect Chicago's first African American mayor held Washington among his many other accomplishments Timo black died last week at the age of 102 COVID metrics continued to trend in the right direction in Chicago but don't take off the masks just yet 281 case per day that's in the substantial transmission range still Again the same that we've been using all along And since delta CDC has recommended that jurisdictions in the substantial or high transmission category four cases keep those mouths on inside Health commissioner doctor Ellison already says that if daily cases drop to 200 or lower that would move Chicago out of the substantial risk category which could mean the removal of the indoor mask mandate Zoo lights will return this fall at the.
American Marxists Don't Want to Entertain Any Idea Other Than Their Own
"I'd love to know the name of the judge in loudoun county whose sentenced Scott Smith who I'd love to know his name Get some very basic inquiry on behalf of that judge that judge would have figured out what took place That it wasn't mister Smith who was the perpetrator It was the system It was the school board and the principal It was the superintendent There was the sheriffs on duty there It was the it was the leftist woman Who accused mister smith's daughter of having mental issues When he dared to tell her what happened to his daughter You see the American Marxist is intolerant ladies and gentlemen and they're the ones who are violent And they do not tolerate debate and they do not tolerate discussion those of you who've read the book know exactly what I'm talking about They don't entertain different ideas They don't entertain Anything except what it is that they want to do
LA Sheriff Alex Villanueva Says Vaccine Mandate Won’t Be Enforced
"Are you gonna do when the sheriff of one of america's most highly populated counties. Says he won't enforce a mandate. That's exactly what los angeles sheriff alex villanova shed. Are you forcing your officers. Set the vaccine to get the vaccine. As i said no. I'm not forcing anyone. The issues become so politicized. Their entire groups of employees are willing to be fired and laid off rather than get vaccinated. So i don't wanna be a a position to lose five. Ten percent of my workforce overnight and mac vaccine mandate while at the same time our barebones with the funding effort. So this is the worst of two worlds right here so we have to pick and so the sheriff points out they wanted to fund us and they want us to fire our sheriff's deputies who don't want to get vaccinated.
Border Crisis Sparks Calls for Change in Immigration Policy
"June twenty first two thousand nineteen jv pritzker signs measure to help protect illegal immigrants in illinois governor jv pritzker in june of two dozen nineteen signed three bills designed to protect illegal immigrants in illinois that would prohibit law enforcement agencies from coordinating with federal immigration authorities. Pritzker sign the keeping illinois families together. Act which prohibits local law enforcement from coordinating with immigration customs enforcement. Now this was two years ago. Why am i mentioning this. Because you have blue states by the way this is one of thirty examples of blue states that have been signing laws that prohibit police officers and local sheriffs in da's from coordinating with federal officials. That's an act of secession. That's an act of nullification saying we don't want any part of this. Federal compact and we as republicans and conservatives sat idly by like. Oh yeah that's bad. Let's keep going to the courts they've been ignoring the courts and ignoring the laws for years. And so then when one point eight million illegals come into the country to change the country permanently by the way what do we do. We beg joe biden for help. So what are the democrats do when things start to trend in a direction. They don't like they take action. The democrats have the willingness to reshape. Destroy the country. Republicans are getting there now. Some people emailed us and they said well. Charlie couldn't joe biden nationalize the national guard. It is very rare to do so usually only done with the consent of the governor and prayer pet presidents have rarely federalized a state or territory guard without the consent of the governor in the wake of hurricane katrina president. George w bush declined to take control of the louisiana's national guard due to the objection of governor kathleen blanco. But this is such an easy thing. First of all joe biden can't nationalize state troopers. Secondly he can't nationalize texas rangers. Thirdly the governor of texas would say i'm sorry what did you design a piece of paper. There's still our national guard. They're not gonna listen to you federalized nationalize i mean federalize. And so what should have been done. And what's still can be done. Is every single. Texas ranger national guard member state trooper that can be allocated should be deployed to the southern border with handcuffs and arrest authority and charter flights. Ready to send people back where they came from
LAPD, Firefighters Sue Over Los Angeles' Vaccine Mandate
"So turns out the los angeles fire department is got some tough guy johnson who would know. Tell us. Yeah and it's not just them the la fire department and the lapd have all gotten together. In fact i had a few of the officers from the lapd who are involved in this group that are suing over the vaccine mandate it turns out that in california governor newsome's desire to get everyone who works for the state vaccinated is not going over very well with the first responders who served us during the pandemic and this includes frontline workers who worked at hospitals. Nurses are leaving their jobs. The fire department l. a. fire. Lapd la sheriff's department california highway patrol. They are all organizing to push back against the
Biden's Border Patrol Uses Whips, Cages on Haitians
"All right a thousand or over 10,000 mostly Haitian migrants sleeping under Texas bridge more are expected And people are angry and now we're investigating the border patrol agents who are on horseback who are trying to stop them from invading our country And of course the narratives are all good people None of them are bad guys I remember bad hombres They're all perfect In order to try to get a better life Of course totally completely separate Story right Hey some migrants overtake Attack assault border patrol agents and escape a border patrol transport bus in Texas These two stories are not nothing to do with one another When we get a call from an officer and agent being assaulted we sent everyone for multiple agencies That's what the sheriff said The sheriff said 24 the 29 migrants were Haitian That's not possible They're all good people They're just trying to get a better life We should never be mean to them And the Biden administration is now putting his Haitians in cages Sheriff said border patrol sent two buses of security cages to take over the transport of the migrants I can't believe that the Biden administration put adults in cages Where is AOC come cry Please there's a photo op waiting on you Cover Abbott responded So what they did in doing that is they committed a crime here at local officials to arrest and prosecute the migrants The border patrol union president told Abbott the Haitians are becoming restless and that tension is increasing after spending nearly a week in the encampment under the Del Rio international bridge He explained that the news the removal of Haitian migrants on title 42 fights to Haiti is adding to the already high level of agitation among the detained migrants
John Solomon Knew John Durham Was Building a 'Small Number of Indictments' Back in January
"John Solomon I'm going to play something from you that he had to say And this was back on January the 24th Of January 24th So I want you to put that in perspective of when this was Take a listen John Durham is continuing a criminal investigation We are going to be talking this morning about the Biden agenda Do you expect Durham to come out with indictments even in the face of a new administration and the Biden agenda unfolding Everything that I see in the activity of the investigation and everything I hear from defense lawyers and others that are familiar with what's going on is that he is building a small number of indictments trying to get the evidence to get there There have been some delays and there's fights over evidence in the secret behind closed doors grand jury fights but all the evidence is pointing toward him trying to bring criminal charges probably in the first quarter of this year That's what I'm hearing Of course there's a new sheriff in town when Merrick Garland gets confirmed as attorney general as we expect he will He'll have a say and maybe he'll take the and put the case and set it aside But right now John Durham looks to be building a small number of indictments focused on the top of the FBI That's very important The very top of the leadership in the FBI That's where he's looking Also in these documents that were declassified we learned about Christopher Steele and a confession a year after he was fired Tell me about that So important Christopher Steele finally describes his motive in September 2017 Remember he was fired in November for leaking to the meet in November 16 They bring it back in September He said here are my two motors My first motive was James Comey reopened the Clinton email case I thought that was going to hurt Hillary Clinton's chances I leaked to the news media to create a different storyline in the public And secondly I considered Donald Trump to be my main opponent and I didn't want him to be president because he would help my I think he would hurt the Great Britain U.S. relationship Now remember he's a foreigner He's a British former MI 6 agent This is the clearest evidence that a foreigner intermediate election We started the Russian collusion investigation thinking Donald Trump and Russia were colluding together And we ended it knowing that Hillary Clinton's handpicked MI 6 investigator intervened in our election because he didn't like Donald Trump and he wanted to help Hillary Clinton What a role reversal What a role reversal is right John Salman they're saying this back on January 24th Everything he just said by the way it's become true All of it Now the question now is can the media look the other way long enough Can the media look the other way long enough that you won't hear about this story
"sheriff" Discussed on American Outdoor News Magazine
"Okay chris and welcome to another episode american outdoor news podcast today. We're going to be speaking to sheriff david clarke and we're going to be coming into this interview already in session a criminal offenders ward streets and we can get them off the streets so that civil action return now. The day are looking to Approve lawsuits for gun manufacturers.
Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a militia leader gets fifty three years in prison in a Minnesota mosque bombing Emeli clear Harry the leader of an Illinois anti government militia group was sentenced Monday to fifty three years in prison for masterminding the twenty seventeen bombing of a mosque in Bloomington Minnesota the fifty year old Harry previously known as Michael Hary recently said she is trans gender no one was hurt in the bombing but more than a dozen members of the dar al Farooq Islamic center community gave impact statements about the trauma they suffered Harry a former sheriff's deputy who led a group called the white rabbits was convicted in December on five counts hi Mike Crossey up
Shooter Kills 4 People, Including Infant, in Florida
"Scene after the shooting of Lakeland, Florida early today. County Sheriff Grady Judd. We discovered a man, a woman and an infant in the mother's arms, all shot to death. We went to the house directly behind. And found another lady shot to death. Judge says an 11 year old girl was found with multiple gunshot wounds and is hospitalized. The shooter who was dressed in full body armor, was shot and injured after a gun battle with deputies. Judd says the man told them he was on meth before he was taken to a hospital where he tried to take a gun from a police officer.
Britney Spears Will Not Be Charged for Swatting Housekeeper’s Phone
"To different britney spears stories for you okay. First britney will not be charged with any crimes related to that little incident. She found herself in with her housekeeper. She had been named a suspect in a battery investigation after allegedly samak inner housekeeper during speed over her dogs. If you weeks ago this is that argument win brittany allegedly slapped the phone out of her housekeeper's hand the phone protect protector. Case was damaged screen. Protector was at something like that The housekeeper later reported authorities that she had this argument regarding the veterinary care of brittany dog. Well the ventura county sheriff's office declined to file charges because of insufficient evidence. Britney's lawyer matthew rosengard said in a statement last night that this was nothing more than sensationalized tabloid fodder
New Lawsuit Filed Suing Georgia's Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill
"Clayton county sheriff. Victor hill has been named in a new lawsuit. Alleging los angeles man was beaten severely and put in a restraining chair for approximately four hours while in custody earlier this year at the clayton county jail. Gabriel aries alleges in a federal lawsuit filed monday in us district court in atlanta. That clayton county deputies repeatedly maliciously and violently struck him in the shower area of the jail and then placed in a restraining chair outside the infirmary. The lawsuit says aries was left with brain damage and other significant injuries aries. Who is bipolar and suffers for mood. Disorder had been arrested february fifth at hartsfield-jackson international airport for misdemeanor disorderly conduct and was allegedly combative and shouting racial epithets. To the sheriff's deputies. Along with nine deputies the lawsuit alleges hill violated airy civil rights in his capacity as sheriff it does not allege that the sheriff participated in the
Hurricane Ida Knocks out Power to New Orleans
"Of Louisiana after Hurricane Ida. I don't have a generator. I am in the dark. She's in material. Louisiana. Ida is now a tropical storm and is just passing through Jackson, Mississippi as it heads north. There have been many water rescues along the Gulf Coast. Sheriff Joe Le Pido was with Jefferson Parish and says some wanted to stay back as long as they're okay and not needing assistance. We were not going to force them and put them in a boat to bring him back, But there are other people that obviously not in that situation, so we're making sure we're getting all of them out. First workers from the F D N Y and NYPD are heading to the area to help and President Biden says federal help is headed to the area to More than 5000. Members of your National Guard has been activated from Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Texas to support search and rescue and recovery efforts. Only one death was blamed on the storm. FEMA says power could remain out for weeks CBS News Special
Hurricane Ida's First Confirmed Death: Man Killed After Tree Falls on Home
"Saint Ida is now deadly. The first death from the storm is being reported. The person is believed to have been killed by a tree that fell in their home in the town of Prairie Ville, Louisiana Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office deputies responded to the call just after 8 30 Sunday evening. Hurricane Ida, now a Category two storm is not expected to leave Louisiana until Monday. We're expecting by one PM tomorrow that it should be pretty much well out of the area into the to the Jackson, Mississippi area, National Weather Service forecaster Sean O'Neil says the storm is moving about 10 miles an hour north but may regain speed. Eventually, he thinks it'll keep battering Louisiana During the overnight hours. The storm made landfall as a Category four hurricane around noon local time
Mark Lamb: Allowing Unvetted Afghan Refugees Into the US Is Extremely Dangerous
"Already know this. Special immigrant visas between january march. The state department denied eighty four percent of them eighty percent denied because the head kind of better. They had time to look for derogatory information various databases including now during the rush to load planes. Get people out there. The ministrations looking back removed them. That people so right now fill. The planes would do very little vetting and we'll handle it in the united states. This is extremely dangerous for national security. There are gonna be people come to this country to have been properly vetted and the advocates from looking for releasing detained. This is a very dangerous situation with the united states. right now by administration is not paying attention. This is a very very dangerous time for america. Let's talk to somebody who's trying to keep a safe. Actually from the people exploiting immigration system especially those coming across Open southern border. A good friend of america. I the sheriff for penile county in arizona. Sheriff mark lamb. Welcome back to the salem radio network as you showed us the signs the evidence of the smuggling when we were down there. Tell us how the events of just the last eight days impact what you'll trying to do. We've already had analysis that that afghans are going to exploit the southern route. Have you seen anything. Or what are you preparing for sheriff lamb. You know we always prepare for this. We've known that there's people from middle. East countries would say call high interest countries. Which would be iraq afghanistan iran. I talked to the sheriff in Yuma county and he told me they had seventeen the comment that have come to the sector this year alone out from those high interest countries. There's been people from ninety seven countries coming in through a coming in through these borders and so this is of high interest to always but now with what's happening in afghanistan. We are very concerned about this. You know why because we haven't presidency to build a secure southern border from those coming from the south american countries never other countries. Why would i have any faith that they can protect us from those coming from these high interest countries where terrorism where they breed terrorism.
Fires Force the U.S. Forest Service to Close
"For the first time in forty five years the us forest service has closed the boundary waters canoe area is wilderness in northern minnesota includes one million acres of lakes and rivers and forests many of which are now on fire. Minnesota public radio's dan crocker. Reports many of the fires here are burning within the boundary waters. But the largest is just south. It's the greenwood fire and it scorched more than thirty square miles of forest and it's forced the evacuation of nearly three hundred households. I met one of those evacuees. Doug landy at a recent public information meeting. He lives in the woods near the tiny town of isabella. That's a summer for mao for watching the forest to get compromised. He says the forest is tinder-dry from extreme drought and unusually hot weather earlier this week. Gusty winds sent the fire roaring through a chain of lakes surrounded by dozens of homes and cabins mike birdman and his wife got a call from the county sheriff telling him their cabin is still standing. But he's afraid at the forest surrounding it will look like a moonscape we're approaching seventy and it's not going to grow back in our lifetime and yeah there's just so much uncertainty it just like a slow motion disaster happening just to the north in the boundary waters wilderness rangers have paddled into warren campers that they have to leave. The original closure order was set to expire today but it since been extended at least another week. That's a big blow for the many businesses that count on these few months to outfit those campers. We have people from all fifty states who come here every summer to experience the boundary waters jason's aboard ski runs the outfitting company in the small town of ely which bills itself as the canoe capital of the world in august. It's usually packed with visitors. Canoe strapped to the tops of their cars. But not now and you know to have sort of this immediate closure and have to tell somebody who's traveled from texas or california and are like standing in front of us ready to go out for a week in the woods that actually everything's changed and your boundary waters vacation is off is really difficult. The forest service is encouraging tourists to canoe and camp in areas outside the wilderness. Ends aboard. Ski is trying to stay positive. But says there's nothing comparable the paddling into the amazing boundary waters itself
"sheriff" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Has got her parents as we continue with our pollsters matt towery john mclaughlin of with us By the way if they ever did their job in the media hunter biden apparently was paying joe's. At and t. Bills spending thousands of dollars on house repairs for him while he was still vice president. That's all in the in the laptop from hell but you know. I guess time will tell there seems to be you know. A a reluctance and resistance within republican ranks over the issue of donald trump. And by that. It's the lincoln project people by the way. Joe trippy announced these. He's joining the lincoln group that that's everything you need to know about. How liberal they are. they don't even want republicans to win the house anymore. They don't want republicans to win the senate anymore. So i wouldn't say they're conservatives by any stretch that they're just basically democrats say they will once republicans. Okay great got it but be honest about it so now. The question is as we look to. It's twenty twenty two. We got a very tight margin in the house. winnable for republicans. Then you've got florida. You got georgia. Maybe herschel walker. According to reports i've seen Then you've got north carolina you got south. Carolina got new hampshire got wisconsin ohio arizona. I mean is this. Not john mclaughlin. The bellwether of all bellwethers. Yes we have. In our. In our national monthly survey we have the republicans leading the generic vote. Forty seven forty six. Which bought bodes very well for the midterm elections. And that's scaring the democrats to the point that they still want to change the election laws with that Corrupt politicians act where they want to basically You know get rid of voter. Id and all that other kind of stuff. But the but that's been installed but democrats have four racists four centers that are in battleground states. Right now you've got worn in georgia. You got kelly in arizona. You got Cortez masto in nevada. And you got hassan new hampshire. That are all in trouble. That if the democrats keep pursuing their radical agenda that republicans should be able to gain senate seats and donald trump is the key to getting our base in the midterm because seventy two percent of all republicans want him to run again at twenty four and they would support him eighty two sixteen if he were to run in a primary. According to national republican primary voters any any blows away anybody in the field if he runs so the key thing is i mean you saw. The president is rally on saturday and sarasota. He's out there for like a couple hours talking to people what a contrast between him and buying. It's unbelievable ned. Twenty five people show but an event last word man. How do you see twenty twenty two playing out. We've got about twenty seconds. I agree. I think trump is the party. And the all these articles. I read this state otherwise idiotic. Let me mention one in georgia so to hit pieces. Came out today talking. About how herschel walker might be a problem for the republicans in georgia. That's from mainstream dc inside the beltway types herschel walker would absolutely run to victory in georgia. The republicans have better pray. He runs I agree with you and he'd help The republican ticket top and bottom trust me. I think you're one hundred percent right right Matt towery john mclaughlin. Thank you both eight hundred nine. Four one sean. Quick break right back. I twenty five till the top of the hour. Eight hundred nine. Four one sean..
"sheriff" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"And the only thing that can really stop them right now is is a federal judge and joining In that it's a it's a sad situation when you have you have to file a lawsuit for a federal officer who simply wants to be permitted to follow what the law tells him to do. And when sheriff just want to protect their citizens that the only way to stop this out of control administration has to file a loss right so walk us through the process because these lawsuits often take a lot of time and then it gets kicked from one court to the next court is one side of the others going to appeal in. What what timeframe are we talking about. Here is biden long gone from the white house by this time. Hopefully not the the next step and then you get an emergency injunction in other words. Correct a preliminary injunction and we'll be filing for that Very soon here of within days and so at that point conceivably if the judge agrees that this is unlawful activity that that the vita ministration has ordered the judge could bring into place a preliminary injunction which would stop the vitamin nistration from breaking these laws and turning these illegal criminals loose and then the case would proceed through that more that slower process you described but at least while the case is proceeding there'd be a preliminary injunction. So i was down last week and i did this town hall with president trump and governor abbott and and governor abbott been regular on both radio and tv and i keep asking. Well if they won't enforce the law of the land. Why is texas prohibited from doing. So and he says every time. That's a great question then. He talks about legal precedent. He talks about member. The jan brewer case out of arizona where state laws cannot in this case circumvent federal laws. Even though the in the states can't enforce the federal laws because they have an obligation according to statute to hand people over to the the feds and then the feds just process them and let them free well. As a matter of fact sean. I was the attorney who helped draft that arizona law. Sp ten seventy About ten years ago. And so you know better than i explain. Explain the logic behind that. The supreme court in that case issued kind of a divided opinion split opinion they said certain aspects of the arizona law were not allowed but the main one which authorized and compelled arizona law enforcement officers to To check anytime. They had suspicion that they had arrested in the illegal alien. That one the supreme court Sustained and the supreme court said states do have the authority to make an arrest when they're engaged in the normal policing making arrest of someone. Who's an illegal alien. And if they believe they have reasonable suspicion. This person's gonna go check the twenty. Four seven hotline. The federal government still maintains confirmed that..
"sheriff" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Nine. Four one sean. If you wanna be part of the program so a lot of immigration news is out there If you've been following this program you know we keep asking the question. How is it that you get to pick and choose which laws you're going to enforce and those which you don't enforce because i don't think we as american citizens have that luxury And then the next question is then. If you're aiding and abetting lawbreaking like a sanctuary city or a sanctuary state or even the biden administration that they basically just just process people that don't respect our laws our sovereignty our borders and they just get processed and they get aided and and assisted and being transported to you know forty eight the continental united states. And you'd be in. No wonder what if i did that. What have you did that. What if any other american was aiding and abetting in the lawbreaking and anyway so there is now sheriffs ice officers in court that are trying to uphold the laws of the land. Now if you don't like the laws you can always go about the more difficult process which is to get congress the house and get the senate to pass the law and the president would sign the law. That would then become the new law rather than just making it up as you go and there is a forthcoming lawsuit accusing members of the by administration of willfully violating federal statutes that require certain illegal immigrants to be detained and removed from the united states. And this is happening with with more frequency than you had ever imagined. And then of course call boxes representing four texas sheriffs and law enforcement in this lawsuit against joe biden and his administration. I would think if the law of the land is followed. I would think that they would have a high probability of winning this lawsuit. But i don't think we have equal justice or equal application of the law in this country anymore. Sad thing to say. But that's what i believe. Anyway the lawsuit has been filed. We have the secretary of homeland security may orcas issuing a policy memorandum preventing ice officers from detaining or removing illegal immigrants that federal law. Say you know must be detained or removed and they just asking that the law of the land be followed now. The biden administration did make an announcement over the weekend The day before the fourth that that ice that they announced the us citizenship immigration services that they are launching an interagency effort to make millions of immigrants living in the united states citizens. So not only are they letting you in illegally aiding and abetting you in the process. Now they're they're forging a path where joe biden is telling federal agencies to work on welcoming strategies that promote integration include inclusion and citizenship through executive order. Let's just bypass congress altogether on this. And then of course. We have joe mansion silent on the biden nominee with ties to eco terrorism separate and apart from all of that polls now show the border crisis Voters now have soured on biden and that the vast majority of of respondents fifty one percent or not satisfied with biden's handling of the border crisis..
"sheriff" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"It is not. It's people are inherently the overwhelming majority. Good most americans find racism repugnant. You know if you wanna talk about. Where was the majesty or the beauty and the wisdom of our framers. And of our founders. We've gone over this many times before they knew it. They knew in seventeen. Seventy six and seventeen eighty seven. They weren't going to be able to resolve the issue of slavery. A lot has happened since them. The republican party party of lincoln bought a civil war but the system they built was designed specifically with all the means in every mechanism available to right wrongs and correct injustices and become a more perfect union starting with the underground railroad starting with people. Like abraham lincoln starting with a civil war that was fought and a and a country that still remained united imperfect leading up to the sixty four civil rights act. The voting rights act of sixty five again moving towards a more perfect union. Have we reached perfection. Absolutely not are there racist people in america. Yes there are the most the most americans find them repugnant and ignorant. Yeah they do as a conservative. I want nothing to do with people that have such ignorant views. Most people are like that. Most people are good people. What our fellow americans are in need we stand together and we stand as one one people what would what. Why was the flag. Why did it mean so much to all of us after nine eleven. How is it that everybody came together after nine. Eleven and the anthem meant something after nine eleven. You know. that's why. I i hate politicizing sports which i've been talking about in great detail. You know here. You have a shared passion among people of all races all backgrounds. I don't care if it's major league baseball the nba. The nfl have the the stanley cup finals going on. Yeah i've i've ufc. George foreman gets criticized. Because he's proudly says i love this country love america so the greatest country god gave man knowing that human beings are imperfect the story of the human experience is one of a fallen beings failed flawed beings this misunderstanding about christianity. That is kind of befuddling to me at times. And i guess some people are you know they they. They say they're christian and then they do something wrong and then see well to me. If you say you want to be a christian you want what you want forgiveness you want salvation. You want repentance. From the latin which means to change your heart to be better the whole idea of becoming a more perfect union as to right wrongs correct injustices. Joe biden the partnered with a guy that filibustered the civil rights act of voting rights act. Didn't want integration of public schools. Didn't want bussing didn't want public schools in his words become racial jungles. But joe gets a pass this joe's democrat and it goes on it goes on from there from the new york times. A fourth of july symbol of unity. That may no longer unite. They're talking about the american flag. That's what that articles about told you about. Not you know national geographic. Scientists found the vulnerable people in communities of color disproportionately exposed to air pollution from fireworks celebrations..
"sheriff" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Higher state fans. There's a lot of fans that will wear their stuff in season but ohio states. One of that group where you know in july. You're still wearing ohio state stuff. That's the difference it they. I've seen plenty of it here. I mean there's a couple of guys into bike parade here. That i saw head on ohio. State stuff I've seen a few bama shirts appear. I've seen a lot of clemson When i was coming home from my golf lesson owned by house on bay avenue over here and it had three clemson flags line from it so it and why because of clemson football. That's why speaking of the parade before we head out. What was that like for you. You mentioned that this is your favorite day. Obviously live share was didn't happen. What was it like for you. I know all the festivities but you're really enjoyed kind of that part of it. What was that like for you. Independence day in ocean. City is really cool extremely festive. Everybody has parties. they're on their roofs. They're on their porches. They're on their decks grill and everywhere in everybody's having drinks and they got music on and it's just an awesome experience. And i haven't gotten to do the bike parade since two thousand eighteen because if you remember in two thousand nineteen i filleted the top. I've got about that with a broken co beer bottle and okay this this tmi but why not you try to do it didn't you. And your foot just opened up. That's exactly what happened. I was a feel good. I woke up Got a bike. And i'm writing and i actually felt the stitches blow apart and then blood started pouring out of my foot again. I went e. so look delaney us said. Hey i gotta go. She's like what do you mean you gotta go. I gotta go back to urgent care My stitches just blew open. And i went back in the old news. A doctor at urgent care over by the dunkin donuts and off route nine. And i walked in there and he just puts his hand on his hip and he'd just start shaking his head back and forth. He said i told you dumb ass because he did he told me. Do not do not do anything. Sit with your foot up with ice on. Don't go anywhere four. Whatever quit would just don't do anything. And i didn't listen to him in the popped so i had to do it again and let me tell y'all urging carrying cheap so back the back bays going urgent care really ain't cheap. Listen to the doctor. That's the moral of the story. I and don't wear flip flops to the liquor store. It's also the moral of the story close though choose. It's like a nascar garage people all right. Thank you all so much for listening. We appreciate it so much next week. I will update y'all on my golf game. I just started playing at the behest of several of my country music buddies and several of my buddies in charlotte and i just realized that forty five. I'm an endurance guy. A lot of y'all know that marathons triathlons and all those things. And i still enjoy it. But i'm old and so i i want to transition my Competitive life into the my golf game. So i just took my first lesson today. I will share that with y'all next week. We gotta go. We appreciate you all listening. Thank you so much to teddy and to silence for coming on appreciated by coastal for setting that up. Great job travis getting those guys appreciate our law enforcement. Officials firemen our first responders. And thank you so much to the united states military. All you guys we appreciate you. Everybody have a great week. We'll try better next time. His modest miss. America travis and marty over now commercial support for marty. Smith's america podcast is provided by better help online therapy as we begin to see light at the end of the covy tunnel a lot of people are still feeling down in emotionally out of sorts. You may not feel depressed or a total loss. But if you're feeling a little bit off or your relationships are suffering. That could be a sign that you should talk to somebody. Online therapy can help. Better help is not a crisis line. It's not self help it's professional therapy done securely online. Just fill out a questionnaire to help better help assess your needs. And then you'll be matched to your professional licensed.
"sheriff" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Five those two are they are just awesome. Kids man they are funny as hale and they you know sometimes in this life you just meet people who get it who just get it and they just get it they are. They admire when people know exactly who they are. They're fearless in it. But i was trying to say to them travis. I don't is making any sense or not just so y'all know who are listening it's july fifth. It's currently nine thirty in the morning on july. okay. July fourth is my favorite day of the year in. It's my it's my day. And i go hard as hale in so i went to bed at about three and i was up at five fifty for my first golf lesson of my life. We'll discuss that in a couple of minutes. So i haven't had a ton of sleep so what might not have been making a lot of sense but when when somebody is filled with self confidence and they know exactly who they are and they are really good at what they do. That is a very potent like concoction. They they all they had those two both have it. They are just the and I though it's not often that there's two guests that can out dose in the hair department. They had as many. I wish you guys could see silas. Like silas. looks like maybe all screen grab but those two look like put it out there but those two but you're right just their authentic. That's i remember. The first time. I saw them. It was actually. It was on mardi began. Wednesday night on sec network. I believe it was brad. Buchanan was the one that found very bb. He found the locker room video. And i instantly texture. I'm like i'm getting him on him but the time it was teddy. I didn't know who he was. And then since then we've had Silence on chadwell and those guys are just you can instantly tell as you said that they were kind of our people. They're just really really cool. People i. I appreciate the. There's so many people in that program. Chad wills of trip chad stags the defensive coordinator I've gotten to know him so much better over the last year since i've covered coast i guess two years or so since we've covered coastal more and they just have a great culture jamie and his staff have implemented a great culture that the players have taken and really grown themselves and built themselves. And it's just fun to be down there. I really appreciate their time. It shows though with coach. Chattel that you know. Some coaches like to run a tight ship You don't see a lot of fun coming out of the program you know. That's supposedly how you have to go go about things to win. They're showing their down there that you can have fun and embrace the work and you know you can have fun while you're grinding to get to where you wanna be. You can do both at level. I hear this from coaches. All the time travis at winning fun if you're not a power five school and even if you are if you're if you're a lower tier power five program it also you have to differentiate yourself you gotta be different to entice talent come there and you just heard those to say it which i didn't know i. I knew a lot about them already. Because i've covered him so much and i've been in productions production meetings with both of them before. But this i wanted this to just be more free flowing and fun and funny but when you hear how much they still carry a silence for example. I wanted to go to maryland. Maryland was my dream school. I got told by my girlfriend. You're not good enough. I don't want you anymore. I got told by the person i love. I don't want you. you're not good enough for me. I don't leave you man. You stayed with yet ever. You could see an him when he's like the demeanor that that's part of the motivation That keeps them. Going is that maryland. Wants told him. You're not good enough. So guess what i'm gonna show you. They're really fun. And thank you so much to to those guys into the staff down there. Communication staff in the football staff. Forgiven us those two i e email them last week and you know. Can i get teddy and silas and can they also be in separate room. So they're on separate computers audio. Yup sure no problem. What time do you need but we do. We need to get down there for a game. This fall has to have. Yeah no question we should and in will and we will casteel. Can't share my foul plans just yet when we do share fall plans You guys are going to be pumped up speak. But he cannot plans the Next baseball season marty. We need to make a trip to radford because one of my buddies just became the assistant baseball coach at radford. let's go. Let's go son author out the first pitch. Yeah man. it's a fight marty. Smith's dude speaking of radford man. It it's home and there. There's a lot of great energy at my alma mater. Now one thing that stinks for us. And it's huge for old. Dominion is brian him pill our former president who did just unbelievable job in just a couple years of being in radford has now left are you and is now going to be the president at old dominion and. That's a huge score for old dominion because this dude is amazing human being and what he did at our school in the momentum that we have is tremendous and we got a brand new basketball coach our basketball coach former basketball coach mike jones accepted job at unc greensboro. And so we had an opening and we hired darris nichols darris. It was a great player at west virginia university. Both for coach be line. Coach hugs and then he went on into coaching and has been on. Mike white's staff at florida for the past several years. And we all know.
"sheriff" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Well i i i had. I had a little bit of different patch like at high school. When i was kinda left after that with with nothing i went onto gophers semester. And just kinda like hardens. You a little bit too. Because you know the co. gigolo life is not it's not it's not really a great life in in especially in california. There's not. there's not really scholarships they give out for the level in you know. We were lifting weights in classrooms. And stuff like that. You know we had guys like not Guys not showing up to practice in you that kind of like it's like it's it was. It was like hard. It was hard to stay motivated for a long time. That's where i think. I bet a lot of my like intrinsic motivation. Where like it. Just within me. That i know i know what i didn't do. I know what. Can i put it in. Most women do it. I love all right. I got one more story. I want to hear. And then i'll let you all run. I got a couple more on on kind of nfl. What plans y'all may have. Because i think you could be like social media superstars and make some paper We'll get into that a minute silence. I heard so one of the games. I covered last year. I was talking to chad. Y'all's defensive coordinator steaks and he was telling me a story about. I forget what game it was. I forget i think it was two years ago. You were hurt or maybe it was three couple years ago. You were injured and in order to you. Drove yourself to the game. So the somebody else could be on the sideline I hope i'm making sense. And you know the story that i'm i'm trying to reach because it really fascinated me and i want you to refresh my memory in let my listeners here because it was a super selfless decision. You coulda gone with the team right but you didn't so somebody else could. Is that right. That's also the word was Theodosius actually allowed to hurt again this game but Sovereign my hand first game. This season tori sealed in the second game So i was out. I was done for the season But i like we had a. You must game after down thing. The app state was our next game. And i wanted to go to the app state game And seeing one the app state game too. But i would like if we traveled with the team. That would've taken up to travel spots for people that could go and play where we just wanted to go and support our team Watch our team. Play on the sideline with them So my dad honestly is really made it all happen he they. He has an rv that they tailgate with our gains An odd texan the not called gay. Dad like museum are really trying to get to the app game. I don't. I don't wanna miss app. State game Like is there any way that like if you have that. We can offer something that we could. We could drive up there and just stay in the rv and so he make it out of game for the gene Because i was a captain i want. I want to be there. Sports team sent. Here's yeah he loved the idea so he picked us up. We drove about five in made it there It was actually. Maybe i shouldn't have gone Because he was only three days after. I had acl surgery And i was crushing. Like through the this streets hills in boone in like going down as you deal dragging decide on But i'm i'm definitely glad that i did want i'm could be there for my guys and support anyway i could But my after the game Stephen and i my dad got in the rv. My dad talking from driving all day it was. It was a night game so we we started driving home. We actually we slept in like the we pulled off and slept in the parking lot of like a crispy cream or something and then drove the rest of the drive back the next morning So that's kind of the whole story. But how all that went to love it all right last thing. I'll let you to run. So i feel like from a content so i think one of the greatest avenues for collegiate athletes right now in this name. Image likeness thing is content creation. Because a lot of y'all are already doing it anyway right. So have you to sat there and powell about any content creation that you might partner with either a corporate partner or a local local group. They're myrtle conway. Forgive me. I took all kinds of grief for calling dirty myrtle. I know y'all in conway anyway. Have y'all thought about this. Is this something that y'all are discussing in in in what the future might look like this season for your opportunity within. I think. I think the hospital was pretty much analysts. I mean mainsail and we. We've been talking about a long time. About like t shirts that we would put together like an like that kind of stuff you know on the content side like i guess there before all the stuff that we put out on the internet. It's like it's we don't really plan it out. It just kind of happens and so we haven't really put much thought into like like maybe like stuff that we're putting out. But i mean i think definitely like t shirts and stuff. I got something that we're going to do in you. I was joking joking with someone earlier and they were like. Ask me stuff i was gonna do. Honestly like maybe like a Charge people like ten bucks ten bucks an hour and we kick it. I go to their house. We watch the new karate or something but like we just kick it like hilarious. You had so you had a little. You teased us there. On social media machine you look like Looked like magnum. Ta standing in front of. George strait's check. Yes or no white. And i'm kind of wondering what's that about. You may not want announced here on marty's miss america. That's okay but what what give me something. What was that. Well well we so. Nothing's official yet. So i can't really say anything interesting. This dilemma was is a funny story. Well first of all people cost america's team and you can't. You can't be america's team and lose fourth of july weekend. You have to win fourth of july weekend if you're america's team and and so that was pretty much with that was we. I had a facetime at like seven. Thirty in the morning from our long snapper. Cj shrimp now. I was like i was like what do you want do you like. I'm tired like leaving. He's like he's like dude. Let's get a limo tonight. And i was like next question. How much to pay. The limo driver was so to well was he wasn't a dude or lady is a guy was pumped..
"sheriff" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Thing. Sheriff how do we heal. What's going on right now between the police and the citizens of the country i think is important you listeners. Understand first and foremost that what the media is portrayed in what politicians are saying is not true statistics. Don't hold that survey show that that majority of the people in this country still avidly adamantly support law enforcement and back blue and respect the rule of law. We have the media though that wants the mainstream media that wants to portray this disintegration of trust between the two and it is happening. Don't get me wrong because of the media because politicians spewing this stuff and spewing emotional things with no facts to support it Like for example crime on on black men and black women that the facts just don't support that they're actually contrary to that you know there are far more white men that die at the hands of police but what we've gotten away from his we want. We don't want people to feel responsible for their own decisions. I can assure you that the majority of the where we have to use physical force on. Somebody wasn't because we showed up and use physical forces. Police it was because we got called there because their behavior precipitated us being called or or an interaction with the police and then their behavior further propagated. That problem to where usa forest was needed. And i think we've gotten away. From wanting to hold those people responsible for their own decisions that led up to those interactions. I got off on a there way. We fix that. Go back to it as we have to start pushing back against this media. We have to start pushing back against these politicians who are trying to drive a wedge in between our whether it's race or or religion or creed or whatever it is we've got to push back against that. And i'm doing what i can on a personal note. I make that emphasis. Because it's not in the capacity of my official duty. But i started something called the american sheriff network and you can check it out at american sheriff dot com. Because i think it's important to give our voice back for law enforcement so that people can see the stories of these guys and the good work that they do every day and get back in the front seats of our cars and show how transparent we aren't and the good work that they're doing. Yeah great stuff. Chevron i i i love the you have the american sheriff network. I think losing shows like live. Pd and cops terrible because it does give us that intimate look at what's going on in your daily lives there and i had a deputy mcelwain on the show here quite a while back live. Pd was big success. Did you get involved. What was the genesis of you getting involved with be. What does your kids think about you. Being on the show allied media easily reached out. It was like right after. I took office when they were first starting off and i was like man. I'm like a baby deer on icier. I'm still trying to figure out. Get my feet underneath me. And we went about six months. Got through our first budget cycle in told my chief. Deputy i said. Hey let's reach out to these those folks see if they're still interested. I was actually in colorado. We reached out to him on a monday while. I was in colorado for a sheriff's training by friday. When i got back. They were already agency. That's how quickly they jumped on it. We love it because it really brought our community and us together they took pride in it and showed transparency. And it is help us recruit like you wouldn't believe and like you mentioned. Why would anybody want to do this job. Well there still are people out there that want to do this job. They're harder to find and we need every advantage to be able to bring those people into our agency. My pd gave that to us. Live pd brought people closer to police. You can see a correlation of when that got canceled to now look at the amount of what happened with the relationship between the communities and police. And i think that goes directly back to the fact that they shut our voices off. Yeah it really gets on this i. I'm a big supporter of the police. And he has a father of four kids. I think most parents i would agree are supporters of the police. We need them in the community. Keep our kids safe out there. And one thing i mean you've hit this point already here out. My youngest is my only girl. She's six so. I'm not looking forward to getting into that whole dating scene. You already been In this road here. I guess it to have a father. That's a sheriff you know. But how did you kind of handle when your kids became old enough to hit the dating scene. I don't know i'm still delo at that. Look i started to mention before a freedom guy. And there's apparently this is something that you have to understand. I think we have this misconception that there is successful parents and failure picks but there's a huge area in between that and just because your kids may the the train goes off the tracks a little bit at one point or another in their life does not make you an unsuccessful or a bad parent. You did your job to teach them well in the end. It's their life to live. They have to start making decisions on their own. And you're doing them injustice if you're not letting them make those decisions so you have to try to guide them as well as you can and try to to really keep them on the track but in the end it's their decisions to make in the some of those are going to be hard to watch And their train wrecks of times but you as a guide love's in his spouses freedom you also have to be willing to to let that freedom play out as they get older that freedom of making choices and and learn from their decisions and then being there to pick up the pieces when when it does go wrong for that when life does kick them in the face you're there to pick up the pieces and support them show that you still love him and i think that's the key. That's what's important for parenting this. You need to be there for them when when the train does go off the track and it will and dating's a big part of that you know you. Can't you see. Unfortunately we don't get to pick. Who are who are kids. Want to date or end up marrying. Or don't i know but You know. I've been fortunate. My wife mary or my daughter married a kid that we love these ben. Great to hurry treats my my saw my grandson. Well he's a hard worker canova's for more. Yeah yeah well said sheriff listen. I'm a recovering alcoholic addict myself..
"sheriff" Discussed on Hard Factor
"I was a sergeant with the mother. I'm sorry with the sister. The guy who was elderly. Because i was a young sergeant so elderly could have been anything over fifty at the time gray hair and the yes and and the guy pulled a handgun and told them to leave so the deputy call for me. The deputy retired out of the military so he been to war before he told me he was actually older than i was more experienced retired marine said. Look i think this person is just mad. Just mad with a sister. I think you. And i can talk him down us in wall okay. That sounds cool to me. You i write for. We walk around the edge of his house and he set in on the front porch. Will you know what he put that pistol away but he got him a dadgum rifle. Spotted shoot laddis. Well i could hear the bullets. Flying past me and through the trees grew bro. She pep at that so we ran and the good news was he. Missed flow parameter set. And why we're waiting for swat. Will he continued to shoot at us. So this same. Deputy that i was telling you about the other story about the negotiator. He's coming to help set of parameters. And i'm telling him do not approach from the south cleaner with us lives up from the south and the guy starts shooting at him and you hear him the thinking the same guy you here. Hey let me make this stuff up. So anyway we got him out of the way for he got shot full of holes and then the swat team came and finally the guy came out of the house and charged at the swat team with a gun shooting at us and of course that was the end we we bought him for much. You could read a newspaper through cheese in that in that kind of a situation maybe The other officer was correct. At the time he was so mad he was just good to go out. No matter what what he determined he had reached age in a judge in life he was He was a veteran of of world. War two or the korean war. I can't remember which one and he had you know after we find out later. He shot his gun. A lot shot at people was control and he was not going to the hospital. He wasn't getting help. He was done and do suicide by cop. Unfortunately he thought it of wedding I'm glad he missed demystify. Cloudy miss to glad You mentioned you're elected which you are just anyone run against you at this point because it seems like a foolish well today you know. I say my prayers. I think the people polk county as well. I was just elected for the fifth term. The i share in one hundred sixty year. History to get elected for five terms and i was elected wishing gold six shooter or something very which was political year so if anyone was gonna draw opposition you would've thought it was last year so i'm grateful but i i work. I work hard every day. Know but the excitement of this is after all these years. I still wake up most mornings before. The alarm goes off to come to work to a christian community. You don't campaigned us. We'd vote for sure. But i think that's interesting. I feel like you're you're branded justice Transcends partisan right or partisanship. I young people just know that you're gonna take justice very seriously and you're going to execute that justice In a way that's fair and that's a that's exciting to me as a guy that loves justice. Not as much as you. You're passionate but man. Well you know. I i i meet with the democrats. I meet with republicans. Sometimes democrats disagree with me sometimes. Republicans disagree with me but none of them can disagree. That i don't always operate in their best interest. Because you know what we're all americans you know. We're all good people we. We've let this republican democrat way out of control and that's unfortunate all's people have a right to be. What do they want to be. And people have a right to have opinions. And you know just because your opinion doesn't coincide with my opinion doesn't mean we're supposed to put a hate on each other and the reality of it is there. There is no difference in a republican sheriff or democrat sheriff or an independent reshare for a nonpartisan share. If they're doing the job the right way it's just how they get elected and that varies across the nation. But i can tell you. I love all the people. I'm not mad at the crops. You know they you know they do. The wrong thing is just business when lock them up you know so at the end of the day. That's that's what. I think my success historically when you get elected sheriff the first time that's the pinnacle of you popularity and it starts to dwindle over time because after all your deputies are writing tickets arresting people reply being property and putting people out of their homes up. That's not popular thing. But what i'll have found is it's the way you do it and the way you're sensitive and if you have to put somebody out of their home on a quarter try to help them find another place. Compassion has to help but also the press conferences can't hurt helped the media the press conferences and social media helped. Because they see me they see my heart the true me. I like to cut up and laugh and have a good time. I wanna send a message that i'm here to protect you. I'm here to protect everybody. But i'm not putting up with any foolishness. I'm thinking all those to enforce the law. I swore an oath on a bible to uphold the constitution and the laws of the united states and florida. And the most people that end in your community obey the law. And they're the ones we're supposed to pay attention to. They're the ones you know we're supposed to protect and the criminals the thugs you know. They don't wanna go by the law the not jail for rape taxicab to the jail. Scott red blue light. Sola what you said about a couple of minutes ago about like the democrats republicans and stuff. We might clip that down. Because that's the whole point. Hard factor too is. We're not we're not partisan but went instead of cleaning cleaning up the streets. It's with dick jokes insulting people some similar hard factor in the whole county. Sheriff tried not to take it too seriously right in the morning right. Sheriff do you ever give a like they do in the movies. Like when there's a bad guy out there that like the your deputies to collar the ever like slam like an eighteen year old bottle of scotch on the table and be like first person the collar this guy gets this eighteen year. Bounty bounty system for national bounty system thought of that That that may give me a new idea. Usually why wilson guys we need this guy. Jail real betis dangerous. So y'all go home to you find it and usually you know That works because sometimes about two or three days and when they get sleepy they get more determined. Jimmy knapp sheer avendano. What's what's west. Got me thinking about the fugitive. The movie the fugitive great movie. Great movie and i'm thinking about. Is there like any kind of sick detective work. That comes to mind or really interesting clues. That may have solved a crime. When's the last time you arrested a one armed man. Yeah it was. What's the coolest investigation you guys ever went through over there. you know. There's a lot of cool investigations and a lot of them are tied to dna. Now right. which is the last cool. Yeah well the thing about it is. We had a murder that was years old. We knew who did it at the time but we absolutely could not prove it. Because we didn't have dna so years later we were able to submit and this has happened on several occasions. Dna and the labs were able to say. Hey here's the guy who who committed your cry so.
"sheriff" Discussed on Hard Factor
"The special greatest jet interview. They're taking care of the babies but you're about to hear what full hour will full our full. Our great john. He does not disappoint. He's a quote machine interesting fellow he basically was It was like a live press conference just for us. Great job press conference and it was awesome. Yeah so i guess without further do. Here's the grady judd interview. Welcome to the show legendary florida. Sheriff from polk. County grady judd. Thank you sheriff judd for joining us today. We really appreciate you taking the time. Well certainly my honor to be with you today. How are you all doing very great. Pretty get better now have share very very excited. We told you a little bit before we started rolling here but this show has been running for about three years. We've been covering a florida man news every single friday during that time. Needless to say our audience is seen and heard a lot of your work From that time period and for the folks at home Grady judd has worked his way up to this position of sheriff polk county after joining the sheriff's office in nineteen seventy two as their youngest employees of all time if wikipedia is telling the truth. Is that true. sheriff. Yes i was four years old at. That's when you got your first caller. Yes well that's i mean it's impressive talk about florida men and you know all all ranges of florida men on on every friday show and you have you were born in florida. Join the sheriff's office that long ago and the now work your way up to sheriff i mean you. You're you are like the florida man really on. I can't think of many others top that. What's next because we allowed to talk about what you were doing last weekend. Well i i you know i like it when people say nice things about me she on your head were you a dc last week Last week i was in dc. I am the past president of major county sheriff's of america. And we're working on this police reform package we sheriff bob gualtieri and i worked with house speaker sprouse and the to create a state system and now we were there last week meeting with three of our. Us senators. senator troy scott and senator booker. And also lindsey graham senator lindsey graham giving our input because the house version of this police reform was just some rid really crazy off the wall stuff. That's not acceptable Most people i would say ninety nine point nine percent of the cops and certainly not the senate so the is working on the versions because every one agrees that some police agencies in this nation the police before some police agencies are on the cutting edge but unfortunately the media has taken individual bad events or individual bad agencies that don't follow practices best practices and extrapolated that to lead people to believe that all police are bad. All police are violent and and and is just a false narrative also. They're not oh okay so the end of the day. We're trying to push back against that. Say look there's eight hundred thousand cops you know there someplace there. Some agency that recruited the wrong way higher. The wrong way didn't tried Retain their own people when they do something stupid. That's not decorative of all eight hundred thousand of us. Sure it's a big issue in. It's obviously going to take some time to negotiate all that because it's been going on let me ask you. How did you see how big the lifts were and lindsey graham shoes. Does he have like. Did you notice how many inches he was packing. The lifts guy. He was actually sitting down at the time. But stand up. Settle to leave and he won't ever be Nba star pokes that little guy. Well sheriff john one of the Most recent events we covered From your handiwork. Down in polk county was operation Dirty water and so wanted to give you a chance to see. You know your thoughts on that since that's a fresh one An international organized crime ring essentially So wanted to hear you know you you sort of break down how to how do what do you think about that. And are you seeing more crime of that of that style. We talked about it on the show a couple of weeks ago. What do you know the national media wants to ignore. The what i call the ten thousand pound red elephant in the room and that's drug trafficking and drug abuse and what is occurring the border right now contrary to what the politicians tell you is a crisis and let me underscore is a crisis and not only is it a crisis with the people flooding across the border but we know that the organiz drug smugglers are pushing through a group of people and why border patrols tangled up within their driving large amounts of methamphetamine and other drugs across the border. We see fifty million dollars worth of math. That came in liquid form in five gallon buckets across the border and this drug went to atlanta. We were working an undercover operation in central florida. This particular crime group wanted opened up a pipeline into central florida. We work with department of homeland security. Vhs and as a result of that we're able to bust up this operation but that was the mistake coming into paul county a we we were on them like a jcp. The landing spot was was their fatal flaw. Now what are the one of the women was a believe like a resin. Opole county right. They're using her. so what. what was the situation. What was she like living in a normal house but she had like a ten lamborghinis out front like was real. Flashy like you know. It wasn't near that impressive. This lady that delivered the drudge to us the first delivery right she came out of atlanta. She had been released from federal prison for doing a ten year stretch. For what dealing in math like mac at wasn't rehabilitated. I guess she was still on probation delivered. The drives you know. We didn't know who she was.
"sheriff" Discussed on Henderson County, Texas
"County responders that which is made up by the henderson county peace officers association and the henderson county fire chiefs association and we had to scale down in the last year we planned for a really large event. And then it ended up getting canceled this year with all the cdc guidelines. We're going to have the rodeo. Were not going to have a concert. We're not gonna have kids zone. But we're still going to have a really good show with the rodeo. We're going to have some entertainment during the rodeo. A able to bring in a bullfighting organization And so it's going to be another event that we were able to get. The cowboys are gonna take care of force and it's going to be a great fundraiser. And if anybody is interested in becoming a sponsor please contact us here at the sheriff's office and we will gladly get you the information that you need for sponsorships but it's going to be a lot of fun again. April twenty third april twenty fourth. It'd be a family oriented bent so bring your family. Bring your kids and have a good time watching the rodeo. So last year obviously in april it was the it was low couple of months into the pandemic right after things really got shut down And so got postponed last year. Luckily you know the pandemic is still going on. We had however learned a little more about how to deal with it and how we live our lives in. So it's good to know that we're going to have this tells you what the fundraiser is. Going to benefit the henderson county fire chiefs association and the henderson county peace officers association. And since we didn't divide up any of the money last year we had a lot of great sponsors last year. We just left that money in the bank hoping to have the event this year and we're getting more sponsors now. I want to thank them for sure. But we're going to divide the money in between the two organizations and the peaceful officers organization. We always try to do our best to help. Local.
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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.
"sheriff" Discussed on #SUNDAYCIVICS
"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.