34 Burst results for "Special Agent In Charge"

"special agent charge" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Where they're talking about again, developing sources in The White House, including Mike. Pence's chief of staff. Whose wife, by the way, worked for Peter stroke. Oh, you didn't know that? His wife, Katie. Oh, you'd never heard that before. Weird how you never heard that. It's almost as if someone was trying to cover something up. That's the text exchange. They're like, well, what if Katie's there? They're talking about the wife to Mike Pence's chief of staff. They're worried, however, that Charlie, who's going to go with evanina, evanina. Dan, that's the same guy who was just on stage in that audio clip, who was colluding with social media companies while working as a counterintuitive. Yeah, yeah, same guy. They want them to work on the spying up inserting a spy in The White House while they're working with social media companies and they're talking about going with a guy Charlie, the CI guy, Charlie the CI guy, let me read this FBI dot gov press release again. Charles mcgonagall named special agent charge of the counterintelligence division for the New York field office, IE, CI division. Seems kind of, it's kind of strange, doesn't it? Trying to insert a counterintelligence, FBI agent into The White House, the spy on Donald Trump, it's kind of stuff you hear about countries run by people like Idi Amin and Kim Jong-un. A constitutional republic. Both. I put a lot of work into this story for a long time. And I'd be lying to you if I said, you know, you learn to kind of guess stuff off a little bit, but the fact that almost no one outside of a small group of Twitter sleuths, Solomon, John Solomon, Lee Smith, and maybe a few others out there. Give a damn about what is so clearly the biggest political scandal of our time. It's just insane. So again, I've got more angles coming up on this, but I've got to take a break. I'm going to tell you what I told you. I'm going to tell you, and I'm going to tell you what I told you again, so you never forget it. The guy, yes, arrested yesterday. The FBI agent, who is alleged to have been taking bribes. To influence investigations and political activities here in the United States. I believe was working. Through the Albanians with the same company, Chinese energy conglomerate, connected to Hunter Biden. Their kids played soccer together. This guy was probably arrested because they were investigating Donald Trump, these FBI idiots, I'm telling you about now trying to insert a spy into The White House. As they were investigating Donald Trump, they came across Oleg deripaska. Who was buddy buddy with the pee pee tape guy, Christopher Steele. And they never in a million years figured that there are posca, the Russian dealing with steel, they never in a million years figured out that he was also doing business. According to yesterday's indictment, with the same FBI guys running this whole show. They looked for Trump. And they got a mirror. And a Hunter Biden is knee deep in all of it with this Chinese energy company. Now do you see why they needed the laptop to go away? Why guys like evanina, who knew mcgonigal wanted to work with social media companies to squash the story about the laptop? Is this all making sense now? Why the Jim Comey hand selected guy how to be up in the New York field office in the CI section as the counterintelligence division just months earlier in New York was getting tips through case agent one in New York from the same Christopher Steele connected to Dara posca, who's connected to Manafort, who's also connected to this case yesterday to mcgonagall. I'm going to have to bust a whiteboard out again on the Fox show this weekend. It's complicated this case. But it's worth your time. More coming up next we'll be right back

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"special agent charge" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

03:43 min | Last month

"special agent charge" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Right, let's see what else is on your on your mind here. Springhill, Tennessee, Danny, hello. Hello. Hello. Hello, dad. Hello. I just want to tell you you met my son Parker at ancestor this past weekend. And he sent me a text and he said, mom, guess who I'm about to meet? And get my picture taken with. And I said, who? And he said, somebody you listen to religiously. And I said, Dennis prager and he said, yes. Well, I used to throw him in my car because he wouldn't nap. And I thought, well, I can't listen to my pop music. That will keep him awake. Rare as Dennis will put him to sleep. I'd never heard of you. 7 90 a.m. and every day, because you were on from 12 to three then. I would listen to you. And now here we come full circle and my son is so excited to get his picture taken with you. And he was like 15 months then. Well, I am yep. I am very touched by that. God bless you, Merry Christmas. And give him a big hello for me. The number of comments I've gotten during my 40 year career broadcasting that are truly hilarious. I used to be on at night and in LA before I went national during the day and frequently people would meet me in a restaurant in the street, whatever. And say, I just want you to know, I go to sleep with you every Sunday Night. That was my first show was on Sunday nights. And I didn't know what to make with that. Although my favorite in that regard was the woman who called me just a few years ago, said I just want you to know I wake up with Hugh Hewitt, and I shower with you. That was on the air. That was I'll never forget that call. All right, let us see here. Pasadena, California, Steve, hello. Hi, Dennis. Hi. You know, I just have a question. I want to qualify this kind of layup 5 days for what I'm going to say. Listen, I have no doubt that when you speak that you're honorable forthright, you know, you try to do the right thing. You try to do the best thing. I believe that. That's why listen to you. Look, I've spent 34 years as a federal agent and we're tired. And counting military time, I spent 38 years in the feds, okay? As part of the federal criminal justice system. And yeah, I realize people think we're all a bunch of liars and she no, nobody thinks you're all. No, no, nobody thinks that. They think that the heads are a bunch of liars. They don't think that the average agent is a liar. But you know, I was what I retired as a special agent charge, okay, and I ran an internal affairs component. But I've been involved in criminal prosecution solve all over the I hear.

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Trump ally Tom Barrack acquitted of foreign agent charges

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Trump ally Tom Barrack acquitted of foreign agent charges

"A longtime friend and ally of Donald Trump has been cleared of any wrongdoing in connection with his dealings with the United Arab Emirates during the Trump presidency A New York jury is acquitted Tom barrack on all counts The California billionaire who served as Donald Trump's inaugural committee chair had been charged with acting as an unregistered agent of a foreign government obstruction of justice and making false statements Prosecutors had alleged barracks scheme to become the eyes ears and voice for the United Arab Emirates as part of a criminal conspiracy to manipulate Trump's foreign policy He also got the UAE to funnel tens of millions of dollars into an office building he was developing and an investment fund Among the defense witnesses saying there was no wrongdoing former treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin The not guilty verdicts touched off a tearful celebration in the courtroom barracks says he's thankful for the U.S. justice system I'm Jackie Quinn

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"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:45 min | 4 months ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"About Derek maltz. Oh, if you've seen anything lately on television on any of the news channels where I'm going to get something fights, yeah, Dr. Phil, I'm impressed that he got on the Dr. Phil show. That's out still, brynn retired from DEA for a number of years now, but it's still out doing his part to try to fight fentanyl, especially fentanyl that's coming in and poisoning our country. That's Derek malt. He's got a strong. He's from Long Island. He's got the Long Island accent. Got the Long Island attitude. He calls the spade a spade. This guy when I first went to special operations division was an assistant special agent charge over the South American Caribbean section, so I worked for this when I first met him. It was an experience I'll probably never forget because I was the token southern boy in there. Let me and Louis Perez. We have to token southern guys. Then Derek got promoted, went back to New York, became the eventually became the chief of the New York drug enforcement task force, which is the oldest task drug task force in the United States. And then came back as the special agent George of the special operations division. Now, when he came back, I had already been promoted up to where I was running the Mexico Central America section, and there came to me one day and he's like, Murph, I need you to come in to be my executive assistant. Now that's a really important sounding title. What that translates to just regular English is I need you to come up here and be my butt boy. And I tried to turn him down and you don't turn to boss down. So I did that for a couple of years. True. As you'll hear in today's interview, true episode of north meeting south. Just, I love Derek to death like a brother, knows family, patty, just the sweetest lady in the world. I don't know how he got her. He must have paid her money because she could have done so much better, Derek. But we've been waiting for the right time to bring Derek on because this guy is one of the most intelligent people I've ever met. One of the most outspoken people, he is an anal retentive about everything when he used to take notes. He kept him. I think when he left EA, he had to shred things for a couple of weeks because he had so much stuff saved up.

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"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

07:47 min | 5 months ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"There is no standard way to be traumatized. So while one person may be involved in a shooting and that's their baseline traumatic event, as you mentioned for somebody else, it could be witnessing something. It could be someone on their squad being shot at or killed. So there's the triggers are all over the place. And I mean, I've got some examples. I think people sort of really pushing it. And you wonder why they were drawn to this land war to begin with if they're baseline is that low. But I'll refrain from mentioning those. Well, and that's absolutely true because everybody handles situations differently. We're all made up different when I first returned to Atlanta as an assistant special agent charge, one of my first groups got in a shooting on the early O dart 30 raid. Had to kill a defendant because he was shooting at the end of the 45. So four agents involved in the shooting, one when I got to the scene was visibly shaking. His hands were visibly shaking. He was upset that much. The other two guys were concerned, but they had control of their faculties and then the fourth guy was sleeping in his cruiser when I got there. So the. Nice thing about I think here in the U.S. is most agencies finally realized if you get in a shooting and you're supervisor comes in, it takes your gun and says, you know, give me a gun. We need that for evidence. You're on desk duty. Well, now you just feel like what the hell did I do wrong? I was defending myself where I was defending someone else. And so specifically DEA has changed its policy so that whoever is in charge of the site, the senior agent there, gets the shooters off site, not that they're going home. They're just getting to a neutral site where local investigators or the press can not ask them questions yet. Given the opportunity to psychologically get their shit back together, we eventually will take their weapons for investigative purposes, but not until we get another weapon on site to replace the one we're getting ready to take. Steve, and that's exactly what happened to a partner of mine. That's one lesson they learned is when you're involved in a shooting and they take your weapon away, they replace it so that you don't feel like you've done something wrong. And as a cop, the United States and Canada, if you're there without a weapon in your holster, you feel naked. You feel like now you're vulnerable. You feel defenseless. And then you're standing there wondering what did I do wrong? All I did was protect myself or I protected an innocent citizen. So I'm glad it's finally, I don't know, things are changing maybe for the better. I don't know. Yeah, and that's the thing. So this is getting pretty philosophical. We haven't had this kind of a philosophical discussion in a long time. And I think it's good because a lot of times we're discussing things, but it really leads into a lot of the work that we want to talk about that you were involved in. Mike, and let's talk a little bit too. Let's play the groundwork for the murder accountability project. Because that was very interesting about how it came about in 2010. It used to be a new service. I think it was EW scripts and then working, finding this interesting data putting stuff together and it's kind of blossomed for there. So kind of let's set the stage for that because it's the data that comes from the murder accountability project that allows us then to talk about the serial killer in Chicago, which we'll talk about here in a minute. So let's talk about the murder accountability project. I could talk about this all day long. So this is one of the most interesting things I've been involved in. And I'd like to think I've had an interesting career. So I was a visiting professor at Vanderbilt university in Nashville while on a mini sabbatical from my home university of western back in 2016. And was asked by a director at the murder accountability project, which is based in metro D.C., essentially. If I wanted to join, they were looking for to diversify their board of directors and they wanted a Canadian who had a law enforcement background in B advanced academic credentials. So I met Tom hargrove who was the founder and chairman and this board is an absolutely fascinating interdisciplinary array of people who believe 100% in what we are doing and I'll break it down for your listeners. Most people, I think, believe that annual murder rates released by the Justice Department are pretty accurate. As the Merc accountability project determined since uniform crime reporting or the standardized basically fixed choice menu of criteria that are forwarded by police departments to the FBI and the Justice Department for tabulation annually that started in 1929. And it's not compulsory for municipal or state agencies or county agencies to do this. If you want FBI resources, you want their money, you want their training. You have to cooperate with the program. But about 40% of departments never did. So when they're publishing murder data every year, there's blind spots all over the country. That they don't have the data for. So map or accountability project does is we collect the FBI's data and we go department to department around the country, collecting through freedom of information requests, the data never sent to the FBI. And we plug those holes. And what we've done is compile now a searchable list of murders with granular case level data going back to the 70s. And depending more recent cases from the 90s onward, we have better data. But now we have the real numbers of murder in America. And what we what we're doing is a identifying trends in terms of who hasn't been reporting their data and why to the government. Who's doing the best job at solving murder, who's doing the worst, who's the best improved. And when I say who I'm talking about, individual departments and agencies. And then what we did is because we had all this data, I mean, you can hunt and peck through it, searching by UCR category or uniform crime report category. So you're doing research on people killed by being thrown out of windows over drug debts. So you're doing pretty specific sort of criminological study. You can pull up those files by searching under those criteria. But we thought rather than just selectively wade through this data, I mean, so millions of data points. We trained a software algorithm to go looking for some specific patterns, indicative of serial killers. So what the algorithm is based on a very simple principle. It's scans these hundreds of thousands of murders that we have in our database, which are all publicly accessible that murder data dot org. And it looks for unsolved cases or unresolved or uncleared cases. In cities and counties, with female victims who were the cause of death is strangulation. And this is based in the notion rooted in the idea and, in fact, the reality that the vast majority of female strangulation murders are solved quickly because they're intimate partners.

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"special agent charge" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:10 min | 7 months ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Because Carol Lenny can't get in either of these agents heads, she doesn't put out there that these guys have no history whatsoever of Hatch Act violations or politicking on duty at all. But she goes on to kind of implicitly attack two ages I know. Anthony Tony ornato and Robert Bobby engel. The deputy chief of staff and special agent charge of PPD, respectively. She was on Rachel maddow, which is hilarious in and of itself. She's on the pee pee tape show where for what, four years be hosted the show, told us about a pee pee tape and a collusion hoax that didn't exist. She's on that show, a conspiracy theory show promoting the idea that Tony ornato and Bobby engel who have apparently have completely different stories to tell other than Cassidy Hutchinson's version of the Secret Service and the limo and the fake attack on the agent. She's like, well, you know, they're kind of known as Trump yes, man. That's funny because I didn't know him as that. I didn't know him as that at all. Here's Carol Lennon on maddow show. What do you make of the credibility of those claims and their implications? Such a good question. I'm going to take this in two parts. First off, Cassidy Hutchinson presents herself as one of the most credible witnesses possible in this way. And she had detailed description descriptions of what she heard, what people told her, what she heard herself, what she knew for a surety. And she was very clear about making distinguishing remarks about how she learned these things. The way she learned this particular thing about an alleged altercation was allegedly from Tony ornato, formerly president Trump's detail leader. And so that's important to know. The second part of that I would argue and stress, I should say. The second part I would stress is, both of these individuals, Bobby engel, Antonio, were very, very close to president Trump. And some people accused them of, at times, being enablers. And yes, men of the president, particularly Tony ornato, very much people who wanted to do what he wanted, and see him pleased. Wow. Wow. Wow. What a disgusting thing to say. So here is a supposed journalist. Again, I've got history. I've appeared on Sunday shows with this woman. Here she is. Notice, did you catch that clip there, Jim at the beginning? She takes Cassidy Hutchinson at her word. Cassidy hutchin appears very credible. Does no fact checking at all? She's assumed credible. Yet two guys who've worked for Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George Bush and Donald J Trump with zero complaints, political problems, Hatch Act violations, nothing who have never been accused of a single, a single episode of malfeasance, through their very storied careers. She

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"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"So you've got interim steps between that and a 14. So it's not like you just get paid at a 13 and that's it until you get a 14. You've got ways to move your pay up incrementally, right? Yes. Yes. And that's the benefit of working with senior guys with a lot of experience is they will help you get that 13. And it's a significant race. You're a journeyman level now. It's your senior agent. Yeah, and that was one of the big things like we talked about being accepted. That's why you couldn't be a dickhead. Okay? You've got to work hard. Guys got to respect you. And they got to have a reason to want to help you. And I was fortunate and I was fortunate that I worked with such good guys and I had good supervisors and I was great. It was great. Evaluate your 13 package. Where does that go to? Well, so the GS is first. And then he puts a cover letter on it, then it goes. Which is the group supervisor. Supervisor, then it goes to the assistant special agent charge. He puts cover letter on it, then it goes to the sack, and he puts cover letter on it, then it went down the headquarters to Murph, not OPR, but the who was the group. It's probably a section within inspections. It was. It was. That's exactly it. Went to inspections, and there was a group within inspection who did it. And then they read everything and they give you the yay or nay on it. And normally, if what happens is normally your GS knows somebody down it inspections, he goes, hey, my guys thinks in there, get it fucking approved for him. He's a good kid. And they normally move it along pretty quick as long as you have that rabbi who will make that make that phone call for you. From a group supervisor and asac, a sac and then somebody that's inspection wow..

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"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"It was called customs. And so it was the customs agents who just happened to. And now referred to as Homeland Security investigations. And then Iraq is and the rack is a resident agent charge. So there's a country attache. He's the head guy at the main office in a country, typically located at the embassy. And then we had smaller offices at U.S. consulate locations in monterrey. And they have a resident agent in charge. And that's the senior agent responsible at that location. And what distinguishes between a rack and a special agent in charge? Well, especially in charge as a domestic term as a rule and the country attache is the special agent charge the senior person at the largest office in country. Okay. And then Steve P DY. That is a temporary duty assignment, DDI, so when you're not in your permanent office, you're going out somewhere, that's a TD one. And the one rule about TD Weiss, what happens on T DY? Stays on TDI. There we go. I didn't have to. Yeah, what happens in Vegas too? Not with YouTube anymore, let me tell you it doesn't stay in Vegas. But back to our regularly scheduled podcast. So Aaron, but again, I'm just flummoxed by who do you think the state police were acting on the orders of was this something to fulfill their own needs or was this something tied into the cartels? Did they have that kind of influence that they could dictate to the state police and to the DFS? Here's what you guys are going to do. You know, virtually every public servant in Mexico from my experience is at risk of being dictated to by the traffickers. And as to even how they used to having some of their narco stuff or hats in their church and other things, plateau plomo. So plateau plum is very common term in Mexico. It means silver or lead. So we would call the honeymoon phase with a new commandant that would come to your area. And within that first week, there was the honeymoon phase where they might work with you at DEA..

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"special agent charge" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Okay, let's talk breaking news. Let's talk the radicalization of the left the abuse of our law enforcement agencies with the man who served this nation as a marine as an FBI agent and as the commissioner of the customs and border protection agency a good friend of the show now senior fellow with the heritage foundation, commissioner Mark Morgan, welcome back. Thanks Sebastian. I tell you what, watching that B roll, I was so jealous. I wish I would have been with you. Hey, listen, you're gonna come with us to Israel and then I think next year you should come to shot show. How about that? I'm in. I'm in. All right, let's do it. Let's do it in the meantime. We'll go and have some fun at a shooting range. Okay, let's get serious. I can't think of people. So few people who've served the nation in so many different faculties that you have. Can I just start with a personal question as a former credential bearing G man this is tough for me, Mark. I've personally trained when I was doing CT stuff on AQ and ISIS. I've trained literally thousands of special agents and intelligence analysts for the bureau. Do you recognize this agency that you once proudly served? No, in many ways I don't Sebastian. I tell you what that hurts me to say. It's not easy for me to say, but I think this what's important. The general you know, there's the general rank and file I do. I still have trust in fidelity and what they do and how they do it and the great contribution that continue to give this country. It really, the questions I have are at the top levels. The FBI leadership. And I am glad we should be as a democracy, challenging and questioning. And after 20 years of service, I have a lot of questions for the current leaders in this and the FBI Sebastian. All right, I'm going to push back on that, you know, your friend and you can take it because I hear this a lot from Hannity and others and say, oh, it's the leadership it's a leadership. Sorry, I don't buy it. When you've got 35,000 agents and they're being told, serve a warrant on Roger Stone's house. He's almost 70 years old his wife's death. You know, use your M fours, use the armor personnel carrier, use the helos use the ribs, the aircraft and the boats to rate his house. I say, I don't know, mark, you know what? I'd say like this, Mark. If you were to special agent or the supervisory special agent, told to serve that warrant on a man who's done nothing, nothing that he deserves to be ready for. I think you would have handed in your credits. Yeah, so that's very Sebastian. And I think what I mean by leadership is not just the leadership and FBI headquarters in D.C.. It goes deeper than okay. Look, the FBI, you know, the FBI is 56 field losses, for example, that all each have a specialty in charge. I was a special agent charge. I'm talking down to that level of leadership. Okay. Absolutely. And the Texas hostages. Yeah, let's talk about that. I mean, this blows my mind. I mean, when we see parents being, you know, targeted by the DoJ and the FBI because they just want their skills to be opened. And then you think, well, it can't get any worse. I actually know that that agent who stood there and said, there is no evidence of anti semitism. So why did he go to a synagogue mob? Come on. This is bad. This is a bad joke. Yeah, it is. And look, I also serve an FBI at the same time, the special in charge of Dallas was in the FBI and look at best at best that messaging was beyond clumsy. But again, because we are Friends, I need to say this. This still was a win for the rank and file. Look for the moments that's unfolded on what I understand is the JTF JTF mobilized. They work with their counterparts as we expect them to do the FBI mobilized national level resources that's at least hosted rescue team and the story goes on. I think we know how it ended. But look, this is about the leadership. That statement should have never been said, and what I hope. And this is what I hope as an American, not just somebody 20 years in the FBI, that there was an influence from the FBI headquarters and DoJ that forced him to say what he said. That's what really concerned me. And that's what we should be asking to try to get to the bottom. But I think it's come to such a state of affairs. That they don't need that direction. They don't need that quiet order from DoJ Maine. They don't need the Hoover Bill and say, hey, hey, just say it's nothing to do with anti semitism and Islam isn't part of it. I think if you create a culture over years where that is what it's expected, you just create a permissive environment where the supervisors special agents realize is, oh, I better be careful. Isn't that a possible scenario as well that it's far more subtle than being told to be politically correct before you go up to the podium? Yes. I think that is absolutely correct Sebastian. I think that's a plausible discussion point that we should be having. Look, what I see, though, is, again, I'm going to go back to that upper Echelon. That supervisor is special agent. Generally, they're not looking for the next promotion. My experience. As you get up, it's that special agent charger. He or she, they're worried about their next promotion. They're worried if they don't fall online as you describe that they're going to be blacklisted in their career is going to be over. That's a sad state of affairs. And that's why we need to keep doing what we're doing right now. To make American people understand that and the truth gets out there. It's just like what I witnessed in the military you served in the Marine Corps, I saw it the politicization of the senior ranks eventually that will trickle down and people keep their heads down or just say things to actually placate their political masters and it is wrong..

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"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Now, they can be big, you know, they can be a box, but unless they are designated with the proper paperwork, they can search anything. Yeah, and that's a whole nother story. Later in my career, I still had a dip passport special agent charge because of some of the classified programs that worked on. We flew certain countries. What's your diplomat? That didn't give you a dip in that community and all the world is just the country you're assigned to. So I was assigned to various countries because of work we were doing, but flying into Canada and I thought, well, I don't want to stand in this slide for 45 minutes I'll whip that my dip passport went up to the window and the guy was like, hey Skippy, you're not diplomatic. Here get your ass back in the line and I'm like, oh, sorry, I just kind of didn't know if that applied here. I started walk away, and he's like, get back up here. I'm going to do it this one time, but don't you remember getting this line again? I'm shocked, Canadians are normally nice. Normally they would have apologized for not being clear enough about the rules. You know, that's true. They probably was probably born in the U.S. and then immigrated. Yeah, he's probably born. Emigrated there. But anyway, sherry back to you, though, because I think that was two books. What was the premise for the third book going to be? The opioids. Mexico. Oh, yeah. In China and opioids because oh, that's right. I gave you reading. I gave you homework. Have you got that book? Have you read that book? I have told you. You're taking warfare, I sure did. It's not on audio, because I looked it up. But it ordered it from Amazon yesterday, or Monday afternoon actually. So yes, I want to read that. That is nail that I'm retired from the United States attorney's office here in Atlanta. Very blessed to have this job and two things I do. Project safe neighborhood. Which is a great project and there's some incredibly bright and aggressive assistant U.S. attorneys that work with. And then the other thing is the opioid overdoses, some states, some DA's offices don't prosecute for selling drugs to someone that kills them and Georgia has a law. I believe it's called the 9-1-1 Amnesty low and basically on his face is a great law, but it says that if Steven are doing drugs together, for example, and we're shared users and he does, and I call 9-1-1, I can't be prosecuted. I think that was originally the intent was so that people wouldn't just throw bodies on the side of the road instead of taking them to the ER or something. But it also hamstrings law enforcement in the DA's offices from prosecute. And so what we do is we look at we're very selective and look at people that are dealers that are actually selling the fentanyl because if it no nails and everything, it's not just opioids is that they put it in bed, they put it in color, they put it in marijuana. And it is tragic what is happening in our country today and how many kids have lost their lives?.

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"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Burn marijuana and stuff and very very competent and very interesting cool woman and she did very well for a selfish you guys. She's a special agent charge back in phoenix. Now and a job go. Yes she was she is like you guys are great sense of humor to give you a stripper name. I think it was kitty or something. No not made for him for joe we gotta get joe strimmer and if you okay. It's y'all are listening at the end of this podcast. We will have another contest with joe stripper name. Since he knows sherry ause out murph we came up with history for people guessed it. Which is like sm stud muffin. I was thinking you know. Sado-masochism brucie embarrassing. It's not it's not even true. No that's what the problem is true. I mean i can't help it. You know well that was cool. I mean like. I said it's always a small world so you go out to phoenix. You get wrapped up within. Okay okay i get to phoenix and like you're on the clandestine methamphetamine task force. I'm like okay. that's a good thing. I have to apply for that. We got this new sucker. Put him on this lab group you now and in detroit. I never saw methamphetamine. One time you know you of course a lot of cocaine heroin which they call in the city hair on a course. A bunch of marijuana should like okay. You're going back to the kademi. Joe to clan labs squalls like that is left. That damn place. I gotta go back again. As long as i don't have to stay at the hampton in with maloney album. They put us in another hotel in stafford. You know but i ended up going with another agent. Rich co- nine loose retired now. Also richie come down to miami for a minute. I think too. Yeah we work together down there so We go there. Go go back there and most people are in the lab group like two to three years. I got stuck down there five years. And i think this off. Sure no he didn't have any say at that point with the is you do a good job. What are they gonna do. They're going gonna keep you there so on a conservative estimate. I probably been in at least four hundred methamphetamine.

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FBI: Items linked to Laundrie, potential human remains found

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

FBI: Items linked to Laundrie, potential human remains found

"There's been a development in the search for Bryan laundry the FBI is confirming that items believed to be connected to Brian laundry have been found in a Florida nature park I know you have a lot of questions but we don't have all the answers yet F. B. I. Tampa special agent charge Michael McPherson spoke to reporters in north port Florida investigators found what appeared to be human remains all of the personal items such as a backpack a notebook belonging to Brian Lowry news reports showed numerous law enforcement vehicles arriving at tents set up inside the woods these items were found in an area that up until recently I've been under water I'm Jennifer king

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Biden's approval slumps after a slew of crises: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Biden's approval slumps after a slew of crises: AP-NORC poll

"President Biden's popularity is dropped after a slew of crises a new poll by the Associated Press N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research shows fifty percent of people approve of the job the president is doing while forty nine percent disapprove in August fifty four percent approved and in July Biden had fifty nine percent approval the results come as Americans process the military evacuation from Afghanistan mounted border patrol agents charging at Haitian refugees the delta very of threat to the corona virus in the legislative drama of Biden trying to get his infrastructure and tax policies through Congress my camp in Washington

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"special agent charge" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"They strive to be that trusted tactical advisor to a special agent charge or an assistant director of the field office. You know your time. Frank is an sec. Or special agent charge you had an s. t. l. And the goal would be that that whoever that person is when you were faced with making a decision of who's going to affect this arrest. How are we going to do this. What what resources should we use that you pick up the phone and you call that trusted tactical advisor and you get you get their input and you get their advice and it should be advice. That's given without ego. It should be advice. That's given that looks at it and goes a boss from the threat perspective from the capability perspective of the squad versus the swat team. This is what i recommend. This is what we should be doing. This is what right looks like for you. And similarly we We've made a few references so far to the hostage rescue team known as h. Rt similar decision. Making question as to win when something goes from field swat team and becomes suddenly an h. Rt call out to deploy. What's the difference in. What are those factors. So it's it's that's an interesting question and it's it's not an easy one because of that that nested and kind of Regional or tiered response that we have within the national tactical program. It it could be any any number of things that would weigh in in terms of factors for deploying the hostage rescue team or deploying a piece of the hostage rescue team. We don't have to sit back ago. Oh it's because of this we've got to deploy the whole team. We can take specific capabilities and an forward deploy that capability from h rt forward to assist with swat operation It could go. you could go from. We need help with Either snipers breaching that the a little bit of an enhanced capability from hr t to assist with a swat team all the way through to. It's a full-blown hostage. Rescue a boy in the bunker. Like at dothan alabama where we send. We send the whole hostage rescue team Because they are the tactical experts when it comes to that kind of thing so it really kind of depends. We've got a a menu almost like an all a cart menu of items that you don't have to you. Don't have to sit and have the chefs menu and the tasting menu. You can you can order the crab dip on. Its own or the caesar salad. Glad those folks are there As an option and so you mentioned that you've got my attention with the boy in the bunker story. Tell us a little bit more about that. I always wrap up Every episode with asking our guests about success stories how they measure success and i always get get some great stories out of that. Tell us a little bit more about that case. Yeah so this is someone else's story really to tell but kind of in a nutshell. Is you know a deranged guy goes onto a school bus and and grabs an autistic kid named ethan could've gone horribly wrong right. Drags him down into a bunker bunker. It's days standoff with him It's a very unique tactical problem because it's literally an underground bunker that the enter entry point is on top to get down into the bunker where he has ethan Giving credit to other surg sections like be a you and crisis negotiation. And if you were to hear the ramblings of this deranged individual that the crisis negotiators listened to for hours and hours and hours keeping him on the phone and keeping him busy while the hostage rescue team built a venue space to to work with to train and to practice and run rehearsals on and then ultimately it ended up the the resolution in was a tactical resolution with the hostage rescue team Making entry in through the top of that and ultimately being successful in rescuing ethan unharmed and thankfully. None of our guys were injured in that. Either that that's what we call a good day and a anytime. A boys rescued safely from a crazed abducted. Her that all credit goes to the folks who made made that happen. That's why you and your teams exist. And that's why we're grateful that the men and women of the fbi swat program are out there. I can't think of a better note to end on thanks for a great conversation. David it's it's been a pleasure and As i like to say even i learned something so thank you know you're welcome. I just wanted to You you asked about successes. But i i kind of wanted to throw credit to our swat teams. You know It's it's very easy to focus on that that highly elite you know not very often referred to hostage rescue team but our swat team members in our swat teams are out every day helping with our local and state partners or or just out doing the bureau's good work and help and great case agents come to peaceful resolutions with their cases with arrests and and taken violent people and drug dealers and you name it. pedophile off the street and and putting them in jail and risking their lives to do those things you know. The the success story for for our teams is thousand ops. Almost eleven hundred ops a year and the partnerships that they so successfully handle and take care of with our relationships and our partners without those. You know the fbi strength is very much diminished without our local and state partners. And i'd say that our guys in the swat team you're doing a great job with With that diversity and with With making sure that the program continues in in in choosing the right folks for the job that continue taking that at that torch forward. Yeah it's a dangerous world we live in and we want the good guys and gals to win every single a. They're out there so thanks again..

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"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Learn how to atf. Who decided to lead bergen county. Atf was hard to spell. I had to go to the alphabet. Why read the you said you want. You decided to leave bergen county. Why i wanted to see the difference between the federal government and the state and I said what is the difference. And i'll tell you what the difference was more bullshit on a higher level more paperwork on that level you have a lot more leeway your jurisdiction is everywhere and so it gives you a lot of leeway and when i was searching i went into than da. And then i was looking for a street agency i. I didn't want to wear a suit and tie. And i after the interviews and everything i liked. Atf and he called me for a second interview and they said hiring you. And i said okay And i think i was making ten thousand at the prosecutor's office but you had to start as a gs five in new york at eight thousand. I said i'm not taking the job. I say i can't wait a minute. You turn down. turn the dallas. I can't take it so i left the boss from. Atf calls me again the head sack and he says Who's the special agent charges. Listen want you to come in again. I wanna talk to you. Come in and he says you going to start at eight thousand. I'm gonna show you a scale in five years. Are you gonna make the same money in bergen county in five years as i'm gonna tell you you're guaranteed in five years here. Wow so i took the job fifty thousand. I took my money. That i had an a pension out and subsidized with the money. That i was getting paid and i just moved up the ladder and and then as i'm taking the job. Atf the prosecutor says dumb. I'd like you to stay. And i'm willing to pay you another ten thousand dollars to stay He's gonna pay you twenty thousand a year at that time. Yeah yeah what you know. My first question was hey asshole. Why aren't you paying me. Twenty thousand right now. Why do i have to quit to get the extra woodcock and used to be the state senate aaron. What a what. A great guy. And i said. I can't do what. I gotta to see the difference..

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Trump Ally Tom Barrack Pleads Not Guilty to Foreign Agent Charges

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Ally Tom Barrack Pleads Not Guilty to Foreign Agent Charges

"Ally and former inaugural chairman. Tom barrack appeared in federal court today where he pleaded not guilty to charges that he secretly lobbied the united states on behalf of the united arab emirates. He was arrested last tuesday in los angeles and was released on bail on friday on a staggering. Two hundred fifty million dollars bond

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"special agent charge" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on Le Show

"The fbi has investigated and prosecuted. The inspector general's report found that the agent in charge of the indianapolis f. b. i. Office and another unnamed supervisory agent made false statements and omitted important information in a two thousand seventeen report and then lied to the inspector general investigators looking into the report. The agent in charge also provided quote materially false statements during interviews to minimize errors made by the indianapolis field office and the report added that the agent in charge w j abbott abbott violated ethics guidelines was met with usa gymnastics president. Steve penney at a bar in two thousand fifteen to discuss a job opportunity with the olympic and paralympic committee. Even as the nassar investigation was pending. He was the fbi agent in charge met to discuss a job opportunity with the olympics that he was investigating the fbi office in indianapolis referred questions to national office declining to answer questions from the newspaper or to make the current special agent charge available for an interview. The inspector general found that the public congress in media and fbi headquarters. I began asking questions for years ago. About the fbi's handling of the nassar case indianapolis officials did not take responsibility for their failures quote. Instead they provided incomplete and inaccurate information to make it appear. They had been diligent in responding to sexual abuse. Allegations unquote the national office..

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"special agent charge" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Joey another star football player who got his head bashed into many times for his brain to work right because he went off the rails over the weekend. Maybe we'll tell you about that next hour yet. Got a lot of stuff we need to get to including Real life examples of people. Getting run out of their professions By the social justice warriors. How that actually unfolds and what it looks like Matt taibbi with another brilliant piece of journalism in which he has a vowed liberal In which he just murders the lefty media which is doing such a terrible job. They're just they're they're a poison honestly so more on that to come stay with us Speaking of poisonous this is. This is horrible. But you probably ought to know it. Fbi agents disregarded by olympic gymnasts that. They were sexually assaulted by former national team. Dr larry nassar and then later made false statements to cover their mistakes according to justice department. Investigators that's the that's the worst part. God dang it certainly is the report so then you lied to cover your tracks. That's really not what you're supposed to do. The maybe were disillusioned is the is the right one. There are a number of baraka organizations bodies that we thought we could trust in the country including the media that are that are absolutely trooping approving rather how untrustworthy. They are the facts of the case where they always this mad and we just didn't know what maybe some of that and it also goes up and down in waves. It's like so many things in society. You you do a bad job you get reform to do a pretty good job then you get lazy anyway There are a lot of facts. I want to share with you. So the justice department's inspector general detailed multiple failings that the indianapolis agents received the brunt of the blame for almost a year. The fbi did almost nothing in response to the to the complaints. What year was this Two thousand fifteen at first cloud so this long after catholic church in you know a number of other things to where you would you know. He can't claim it was way back in the era. Where we you know we. We're we're scared of talking about child molestation it was wrong and now this is modern stuff well in the complaints were brought by usa gymnastics. They said they'd investigated nassar. But anyway Indianapolis received the brunt of the blame. According to the report agents there were unsure if the allegations against nassar represented a federal crime. There are also unsure how to handle concerns that it had been brought to them in indianapolis where a usa gymnastics is headquartered but there are no allegations of nassar treating gymnasts. They're nassar now. Serving effective life in prison later established abused hundreds of girls et cetera. The abuse occurred around the country and overseas and through his employment at michigan state university. According to the report the indy agents did not formally document their meeting in two thousand fifteen with usa gymnastics officials which came after the gymnastics buddy conducted. Its own five week inquiry in nassar after the meeting. Indianapolis agents spoke only one gymnast who described her abuse to a private investigator etc. The report says that interview is not even documented until february twenty seventeenth around two thousand seventeen. Rather around the time the wall street journal i documented the delays in the investigations agents did not follow up with other gymnasts. The report says the indianapolis agents failed to transfer. The nassar allegations to the fbi's resident agency in lansing michigan under the detroit. Field office. The most likely place to investigate potential federal crimes had been committed there even though they had been advised by the assistant. Us attorney to transfer the case and they told usa gymnastics that they had nor did the fbi contact state or local law enforcement or take any other action. To mitigate the risk to gymnasts that nassar continued to treat. Yeah what is amazing. Is he continued to. What word do you wanna use. Molest sounds too Too soft to me rape and abuse. He continued to rape and abuse little girls while he was being he knew he is being investigated by the fbi like once they were onto him and he knew an investigation was going on he capped doing it. How crazy is that. The report also details multiple false statements to internal fbi investigators by indianapolis agents including the special agent charge of the office. J. abbott supervisor special agents february twenty seven right up of his telephone interview. The contains material false statements and emissions the agent who all also made material false statements questioned later about the interview Let's see there's one more fact. I wanted to bring to you. And that is michigan. State's utter lack of any action when they found out about nassar heck their feet as well thing. This story coming out week before the olympic starts days before the olympics starts on the opening ceremonies. It's varner next friday any day. Now you think we know. The secular listing butter it the next friday. But so we're a week away from the olympic. Starting refining out all these organization and getty friends armstrong and getty. Here and mike lindell lean veteran. Ceo of my pillow wants to give back to our listeners. You can get great discounts on all my pillow products right now. Mypillow dot com click on the radio listener. Special get deep discounts on my pillow mattress hoppers towels and much more. For example mike is offering a buy one. Get one offer on giza dream. Sheet sets the best sheet. You'll ever own go to mypillow dot com. Click on the radio listener square and use the promo code getty. That's mypillow dot com. 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"special agent charge" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"To say because openly said it's because of you by name. Yeah yeah yeah no. I'm proud of that but it was because we've been reaching out to the boards at approve continuing education units and the one that had approved for continuing education units. Ask them to stop doing mind. Control lectures but Outrageously enough they just told their membership in their speakers that they needed to keep mind control out of the titles of the lectures but they could still talk about whatever they want. And when i see that kind of dishonesty i get really angry. But then you have guys like neo brick in the i s td. Who is a therapist in massachusetts. And he seems like he's legitimately deranged. This guy talks about how he recovered. Memories of being this illuminate super soldier and he and ellen lacter are really upset by the notion that the iss td would change the name of the ritual abuse mind-control special interest group. Because they feel like this is a real issue in that people need to be made aware of this conspiracy. And i feel like i disagree with everything they're saying but at least they seem to believe in it right at least they seem to think it's defensible. At least they seem to think that they have the evidence for this and that should be put out there. I really hate the guys who are like all right. Let's let's keep quiet about this but still do what we're doing because that feels a lot more to me like it's just a a failure to admit they're wrong when they know they are and keep their career kind of going forward regardless of who it hurts so Two of the people we've recently reported on our people. I think you're pretty familiar with bob. Larsen and jerry moon godsey. Have you run into them. I know you run into them with grave. Actions work what. What comes to your mind when you hear those two names. Well possession and possession. I think is not far off from the question of associated identity disorder and you will see people you know in the isis. Td camp there is a guy randy little knob noblet out of texas who was directly quoted saying that dissociate identity disorders. Just kind of the western culture name for possession states. And i think that's more accurate than they would care to admit and in fact the rise in popularity of the idea of multiple personality disorder is just what you know dissociate identity disorder used to be called in the courses satanic panic. They renamed it to kind of try to remove it from that that moral panic that kind of served a discredited for some time. It's kind of dangerous for them. I think to draw that association because you know people who claim to be possessed feel that they're possessed aren't aren't willing necessarily to say that they suffered a a series of abuses in their childhood that they had forgotten right and possession is one of those things also where. I don't think people who feel that they are possessed are lying about it either. you know. it's also something in the socio cognitive bottle where they have a framework a pre existing one. It's there is a good deal of role enactment On the unconscious level not to say acting not to say pretending but it's certainly a way in which people can express their malays based upon a certain map set forward for them by the culture that they're in right and i think understanding possession can help you understand better the notion of associated identity disorder. And i think there's more similarities between guys like bob larsen people in the isis t- than they realize i think that kind of grey area overlap would be mugabe is that how jerry mckenzie yeah godsey. Yeah because mcguachie. I think was actually part of the isis. Td you know dealing with both d right from them right right but he works But he works on both d. Id an possession in some some of them view these as distinct from one another in others view them as just kind of one in the same in overlapping for any for any of our listeners. Who may not remember the name. Jerry moon godsey. That was the therapist that we talked about. Who had us color in our brains as paper diagrams with crayons and then he diagnosed us based on the colors that we chose to fill in the maps of our brains. Now when he asked you to do this. We're you just in your own environment with your own. Cran's or oh. He brought us boxes of krantz in office. I would have been curious if the krantz were ordered in any color scheme in the button. That would okay. It was a big. Yeah they weren't. There was box. Certainly more colors were available when i would go searching for particular color sometimes i had to sift through a little bit but there were a lot of krantz. Okay i would think that possibly even the color of the room and other factors might have some kind of effect on what color you choose for for coloring the brain and i highly doubt he's explored any of those things. Oh my goodness. It's so uncontrolled solution in every way. He's even said in interviews. He's just admitted that green is the possession color and brown as the lesbian color. It's just like yeah. Anyone could just have listened to one of your interviews and then come into your office and use that color and you'd say clearly says bo or what i had. I had a lot of pink and some rain. Brain that one. He thought that i was gay. Because it's pretty clear. I had put a lot of rainbow like colors and pink in my brain. Oh and i filled out the shape of phallus. That's right that's important nationally. That out have you had any personal interaction with. Bob has has tried to confront you or is he made commentary about you. He has made commentary about us. I don't even quite remember what that commentary was. And i don't know to what degree i acknowledged it because you know in the satanic temple. There's differing feelings about what's funny. And what isn't when it comes to satanic panic material and some people have a lot of our affect fine line. There's a lot of people who have a lot more affection for bob larsen than i ever could. I do not think he was benign. I do not think he's funny. I do not have any sympathy for him idea man. Do you think he's sincere. I think he's i think that's always a difficult question for any of these guys because i referred earlier to the former. Fbi man who dug up the tunnels mcmartin and his name was ted gunderson and i think a some kind of biography of him needs to be done. I talked about writing one with a a friend. Journalist of mine lenny flatly. Maybe we'll get to that some time. Because i requested is f. b. i. File after he died. And there's quite a story there you know cool. Yeah yeah he he actually was was high ranking before he died. I wasn't sure i thought okay. This guy was probably mopping the floors in. You know in dc and it made a big conflicted it into something. It wasn't but no he had direct correspondence from hoover. All the way up to like webster. I think was a special agent charge and it really made. You wonder about the legitimacy of a lot of investigations. You know especially. He had us very much part of the red scare. You know checks interesting to contemplate maybe a continuity between that. Yeah china and it didn't seem like there was a turning point where he went insane like he was insane as soon as he left the fbi and migrated over to private investigation was fighting..

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"special agent charge" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Good afternoon from the Bonnie leading the way home Traffic center 3 46 supporters. Brian Safe way You get a lot going on this afternoon, more than yesterday. West Mountain Cabin Exposition Boulevard. We get a rolled up love carpet basically in the slow lane right now. South 25 Centerville Road Opera traffic hazard. Apparently there's a sedan in the Senator Biden drivers out of the vehicle. Got to some heavy traffic coming through. Davis already from just passed 1 13 to just pass Mason Boulevard. And once you get to the split, it's going to be slow all the way into the downtown area. And, of course, North and south on I had five downtown really heavy north beyond big time affected as you go from, it looks like 50 all the way up to 80. If you're south bound, it's going to be very heavy from 80 off and on all the way down to about pocket road and then more slowing As you hit the L Grove area, Safeway is celebrating their customers and associates. Come in and enjoy. Safeway has a kid's coloring contest. The scavenger hunt and an appreciation stroll. Thank you for your business and trust Safeway proudly serving their communities since 1926 traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the Way Home Traffic Center. I'm Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. Welcome back. Thanks for staying on board. John to get us with your news. 93.1 km became alive everywhere in the I Heart radio app And you're smart Speaker Sean Reagan's special agent charge of the FBI, and he is here this afternoon, sharing his perspective and thoughts on things kind of giving you update Think it's important for people to know that there is still a a passionate.

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"special agent charge" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"special agent charge" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Bet and stay safe out there. Mhm as we've been hearing a lot more about ransomware attacks in the country. This week, We heard that the US was able to recovery portion of the money that was paid out in the ransomware attack on the colonial pipeline. The FBI was able to seize $2.3 million of the 4.4 million that was paid out. The Russian hacker group. Dark side. While some details are being kept secret by the feds, they were able to access the private key to dark sides. Digital Bitcoin Wallet for more on this twist and the ransomware attack will speak to Kevin Collier, reporter at NBC News. This is a tactic that is not something that we have been aware of any of the number of open and on The FBI and Secret Service have opened up into ransomware gangs. So there are so many victims that have been more than 1000 ransomware attacks this year alone. That's just once we know about, you know the numbers, probably three times that size, and this is a new tactic that we're learning about that. That's very specific about what it's saying, and I had a call with special agent charge solve this. Yesterday, and they're being vague on purpose because they don't want to tip off the hackers. How exactly they were able to seize this. Yeah. This was done by a recently launched ransomware and digital extortion task force, so they were able to do it. And as you said, Yeah, they don't want to reveal all their secrets because they want to be able to do this in the future, but they were able to access the private key or password for the gangs, Bitcoin wallet. My understanding was that in a lot of times when these things happen, they're moving the money constantly. So you can't keep tracking it. But this amount of money was sitting there for some time They were able to find it and get in that way. So I guess the other part of the question is, you know, how did they get that password? That private key and that's kind of one of the big mysteries right now. Kind of million dollar question here is did the hackers do something incredibly stupid where they were just hosting it on, you know, social of U. S service and let the FBI just look at award and just take it over. Or was it something more complicated, more technically adept that somehow hacked something more fundamental to the Internet infrastructure. And like I said, they're being deliberately vague. Did they have help from other agencies? Maybe ones? That are known for technical prowess that we don't know either. One of the other things that worked in their favor is that a lot of the Internet infrastructure is based in the United States. They were able to get warrants surrounding this. They don't know if people in the Cryptocurrency companies are not to help the FBI, but this was kind of one of the things that we're working in their favor. Understand speculation early on that was coined. Basically based said No, No, We were not a part of this, but it is a general rule. This is a massive advantage The United States has over the rest of the world in that so much of the dominant Internet infrastructure comes from Silicon Valley. You know is in physically located in the United States. And you know, the United States government when it wants to flex is muscles often is able to, you know, have substantial power that way. The colonial pipeline CEO. His name is Joseph Blunt. He was speaking before the Senate hearing and kind of defended explained his actions on on why he paid the ransom initially, you know, he said, I thought it would just be best for the country to get this done quickly. They paid the ransom. The key that they gave them to recover. Their data was Working so slow that they ended up using their own backup systems to restore everything to the pipeline. But what else did he say in that Senate hearing about why he paid this ransom? Well, you know, he's framed this. As you know, this is a national security issue. It's true. You know, Americans were freaking out the possibility not having quite as much fuel making, you know, gas it up. He just ended this as didn't know a ton about ransom, where he had not. Land a ransomware specific scenario for the company. And so he took every option he could table If you know a lot of ransomware experts will tell you It can often be easier to use the FBI's tools, Cecile you know department, Homeland Security's defensive agencies, tools or a lot of private companies have decrypt your tools that are more effective for most rents More strange. Than the ones that the rents where gangs will sell to you, and dark side in particular, was kind of infamous for having a very slow descriptor. So if he hit the brakes a little bit, and then Talked to some experts before paying. He would have been if a citizen more quickly to begin with, right? Yeah, And you know the dark side itself. I guess they became active around October. They've already extorted 90 million out of different companies and entities, you know, so they're still plugging away at all of this. You know, the FBI obviously was making the call to Hey. This is great. We are able to do this, but they made the plea for other companies or whoever else gets attacked by this to come to them so they can help. You know, work these tools. Maybe it won't work for everybody. But at least they can help because before this, the prevailing line was don't pay the ransom all that jazz, But so they're asking for people to come forward when they get hacked. We really are seeing a big escalation in U. S response to ransom where you know this for for several years, and it has just steadily increased, or, you know, there's so many hospitals. Too many schools, too many cities. These departments, manufacturing companies, So many targets hit and you know, as you mentioned that they personally escalated or elevated the threat to the same equivalent status as terrorism has been And we're seeing a substantially strong response from the U. S government. Well, they were able to recover some of that money. We'll see how this goes. You know, we've just been hearing more and more about these ransomware attacks that you mentioned police departments. I think I've heard of some news coming that about that coming down the pipeline pretty soon. It's affecting everybody all over the place. And obviously, as you mentioned, the worry is that critical infrastructure increasingly Becomes a target, So we'll see what happens with all of that. Kevin Collier, reporter at NBC News. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks so much..

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Epstein-linked modeling agent charged with rape of minors

WTOP 24 Hour News

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Epstein-linked modeling agent charged with rape of minors

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Epstein-linked modeling agent charged with rape of minors

WTOP 24 Hour News

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Epstein-linked modeling agent charged with rape of minors

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Epstein-linked modeling agent charged with rape of minors

BBC World Service

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Epstein-linked modeling agent charged with rape of minors

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Travel agent charged with scamming Delta out of 42 million reward miles

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

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Travel agent charged with scamming Delta out of 42 million reward miles

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FBI investigating after shots fired at ICE offices in Texas

Joe Pags

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FBI investigating after shots fired at ICE offices in Texas

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Former Air Force Intelligence Agent Charged With Spying for Iran

Morning Edition

02:31 min | 4 years ago

Former Air Force Intelligence Agent Charged With Spying for Iran

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Former Air Force Intelligence Agent Charged With Spying for Iran

Nick Digilio

00:50 sec | 4 years ago

Former Air Force Intelligence Agent Charged With Spying for Iran

"Florida, a former special agent with a US air force office of special investigation has been charged with espionage. According to a federal indictment unsealed yesterday. ABC news chief global affairs. Correspondent Martha Raddatz reports. This woman, Monica wet was a former air force counter intelligence specialists, and she's not only charged with espionage and spying, but she defected to Iran where she remains today. She's there right now she's been there since twenty thirteen for a while. She was listed as missing what happened to this woman. Where is she? She and then the FBI realized that they needed to look into exactly what was going on in there and the trail. She left is quite incredible is laid out in the indictment. Also worked as a contractor. The Justice department says she revealed details of a highly classified intelligence program to the Iranian

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The Takeaway

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Former Air Force Intelligence Agent Charged With Spying for Iran

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Border agent in Texas confessed to 4 killings, police say

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Border agent in Texas confessed to 4 killings, police say

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'Serial killer': US border patrol agent charged with murder of four women

Crime Time with Vito Colucci, P.I.

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'Serial killer': US border patrol agent charged with murder of four women

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Jennifer King, Nassar and Christopher Webster discussed on Hugh Hewitt

Hugh Hewitt

01:57 min | 5 years ago

Jennifer King, Nassar and Christopher Webster discussed on Hugh Hewitt

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Mistrial declared for border agent charged with killing teen

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:14 min | 5 years ago

Mistrial declared for border agent charged with killing teen

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FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, fired by Jeff Sessions, led probe into Sessions

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

01:40 min | 5 years ago

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, fired by Jeff Sessions, led probe into Sessions

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