35 Burst results for "Sutherland"

Man Paints 'Groomer' on Two Libraries

The Officer Tatum Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Man Paints 'Groomer' on Two Libraries

"Let me go to this. It says the left leaning website LGBTQ national appeared to be running interference for Sutherland and posted while there is no evidence of Sutherland and age 31 had sexual abuse abused children police discovered images of child pornography on his computer according to WTO. Sutherland's own owns child pornography was found with the child sized doll in his bed and worked in the elementary school until he was arrested for painting groomer on two libraries. Can't that be the reason enough to keep him away from kids? Now, I'm just wondering, I got to do my research a little more on this one because it seems like it says an LGBTQ left wing leaning site is running interference for him. So then it makes me wonder was he a conservative being nutty about this topic or was he actually a liberal trying to paint the picture that conservatives or spray painting nefarious things on libraries? Because I've seen both of these things happen. I've seen black people paint the N word on their locker and then say it was a white person come to find out he painted on his own locker. I wonder is this the same thing with his groomer situation? Because I've seen often oftentimes that these people that support the LGBTQ often are grooming themselves. And then I've also seen people who are so against it are the main ones doing nefarious things. And it's not just leftists that are doing this. I think it's mostly leftist. But there's Republicans that did it. It's a Republican in the state of Arizona. He was running for some office, and he in there, you know, you know, doing something he shouldn't have been doing in front of an elementary school. So to me, he'll creepy dude. He had no business doing that and he intentionally went in front of the elementary school to do it. And y'all know what I'm talking about. He unzipped his pants and you know what, you know what happened next.

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Maryland Man Charged in Child Porn Case

The Officer Tatum Show

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Maryland Man Charged in Child Porn Case

"Let me go for this article that I just saw and I just, I can't believe what I'm reading right now. It says the headline of this article says school official spray paints groomer on libraries. Then get busted with child pornography. I want y'all to I want y'all to listen to how creepy this gets. I'm gonna read the article to you so you can see exactly what it says. It's a guy named Charles Sutherland. He's now unemployed elementary school librarian was arrested last June for spray painting the word groomer on libraries that openly support the LGBTQ community. He is facing criminal charges of malicious damage of property, he faced the charges of criminal malicious damage of property, and he's now looking at additional charges for possession of child pornography. The cops went to his house. And made an arrest and found child pornography on his computer. And that's not even the creepiest thing that I'm going to read to you. Police also discovered a child sized doll in Sutherland's closet, he had smaller dolls and diapers in his home as well, though he had no kids or family members with young people to wear those diapers. Southern was slapped with 6 counts of misdemeanor charges of child pornography in Montgomery county, a sanctuary county that was the site of a rash of sex crimes committed by illegal immigrants. Child pornography is a misdemeanor in sanctuary county.

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"sutherland" Discussed on Crypto Current

Crypto Current

07:53 min | 5 months ago

"sutherland" Discussed on Crypto Current

"Verify that being able to verify that the exchange that you're running that you're that your tokens have been placed into in order to be able to sell them is clean from the top of the stack down to the bottom is a really powerful bit of openness that exchanges could usefully take advantage of. Being able to know that the people who you're dealing with at the exchange are the right people and being able to know as we will need to be able to do that if you're sending some tokens from one place to another that you know who the recipient is and the recipient knows to be the center is. Those kind of things are really important, particularly if you layer an element of anonymity on top of that. So one of the things that we're really keen on itself is our ability to verify that a human is a specific human. But without exposing any personal information about that specific human. So is this, I'm sending this to the here, is it going to a specific person? That's quite powerful on its own, even without having to know who the person is. It's the difference between, no, this isn't going to a specific person. This is going to an organization, or this is going to a server. Those kind of things are quite useful to be able to do. So we kind of believe in interesting nothing and verifying everything. But providing that verification in a really straightforward, really easily consumed way. And I think that's where we see us adding real value into the exchange space is their ability to take their current desire to be very clear about their balance sheets. And expand that to being very clear about, yes, we should trust their exchanges and we should trust their platforms because here's the proof that they're trustworthy. And it's being able to provide that proof where I think self will really be able to help. Yeah, two great examples. One with the proof of solvency is definitely something that a lot of people are pushing for right now. But then even trusting that where money is being sent on both sides, right? As people come into this space and they're moving their crypto, it can be a very scary moment when they realize that if they somehow mess up the address or somehow think they're sending it to one place and it goes to another. There's no take backs. Once you sit, that's it. And you even have examples, I think, is either coinbase or crypto dot com that recently sent millions of dollars to the wrong place. And you're like, you're in exchange, you do this all the time. How do you mess that up? And something like self could help with not having that problem. Having that verification in doing some of that. So I definitely see the use cases there. So definitely appreciate you expanding on that. And I know all the listeners here, it's another way to be safe in all of the ways that unfortunately fraud is both going around, but also to verify where your money is going. But as we wrap up here, Dan, what is a final thought that you want to leave with everyone listening today? So fraud is something that happens in the spaces between the things that we know for certain. And everywhere we leave a gap of uncertainty is somewhere where somebody will try to fraud you. And it's a particularly unpleasant thought, but it's more prevalent online, than it is in the real world. And the more things that we push online in the way we do them today, where our trust is based on assumption and hope, the more space there is for fraud. And fraud is already the third biggest economy in the world by GDP. Only China and the U.S. have a bigger economy than fraud. 5 and a half trillion U.S. dollars last year. And that's just the stuff we know about. These guys have a better business model than most of the rest of businesses. And they're growing faster and unless we do something different to try and combat them. That's only going to get worse. Yeah. I think that's a great final thought. And it's a great reminder that we have to continue to protect ourselves and there was a lot of lessons learned. A lot of black swan events that happened to keep it top of mind for us. So I think again, self is a very timely company that's doing something to help improve a lot of this. And as a reminder for everyone listening, make sure you go out to join self dot com for more information. But then thank you so much for dropping all the gyms sharing all the information. Everyone, make sure you go and give a self a look. And as always, stay cryptocurrency. Thank you for joining us for another episode of cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency is a cryptocurrency and blockchain education platform that's bridging the gap between the curious newcomers for just discovering the space and the thought leaders who are shaping its future. 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Dan Sutherland on Self's Approach to Universal Web3 Fraud Prevention

Crypto Current

02:25 min | 5 months ago

Dan Sutherland on Self's Approach to Universal Web3 Fraud Prevention

"Today we have a dance southerland who is the founder at self, how are you doing today? I am great. Thank you. Thank you for having me. Definitely. And excited to learn more about how timely self is, especially after all this FTX. Is going down. But before we dive into that side of the conversation, first let's learn a little bit more about you. Can you give us some background on yourself? Yeah, cool. I'm an entrepreneur. So I have been running and investing in businesses since I was 17, approximately. And a fairly broad sway of things. So everything from promoting nightclubs when I was a lot younger to management consulting and now with my toes firmly in the world of crypto. Great, yeah, so what I found with serial entrepreneurs as they start to get into more of the web three spaces like this, nice synergistic transition over into it because you can understand just the vast amount of opportunities in it, but you also can understand the amount of challenges that can come with keeping yourselves safe as you get into a new innovative space. So talk to us about what made you want to focus on this side of the web three space. So I've always really liked innovative technology. I've liked new interesting things as they come into the market. But my real interest in that context has been in the way they transitioned from being the latest thing to being something that has real utility for really large volumes of people. It's been super exciting to watch the growth of the web three space of the NFT space over the last few years. But with the best will in the world as much money as some people have made out of that space, the number of people who are buying NFTs online is tiny compared to the number of people who need to pay for their electricity. And I think what I find really interesting is how you make that jump between something that has huge potential and how you flow yourself then into the position where those opportunities and that technology can become something that is useful for everyday people without maybe them even necessarily knowing that that's the case.

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"sutherland" Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"sutherland" Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"Is to connect with the community that you serve that can either be online or in person if you have a physical location in a town or a city. The reason why I say it's cost effective is because when you connect with your community, you become a part of that community, they get to know you as an individual and more importantly, that's an easier way entry point to connect with your business than just watching and add. Many companies struggle with this because allowing their employees out into the location or community so to speak to interact with businesses or interact with people. Sometimes you can't measure it. Sometimes you can't see it and you're not sure there's ROI. But I beg to differ because I have seen it work and that's why I brought today's guest on board to explain how he connected and grew his business by connecting with his community. Dusty Sutherland was a general sales manager for a very successful automobile group in Ohio and he'll share how he made the car buying process much easier and faster because he connected with the community. And now what he's bringing to his new company cognition digital online marketing company, how are they now connecting with the community to grow that business as well? Really exciting. A lot of fun, but he also talked a lot about the fear that a lot of people have embracing this strategy. So let's dive into today's episode of you're in charge conversations at spark change to talk about connecting your business to your community with dusty Sutherland. All.

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"sutherland" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"sutherland" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Dorsey brian armstrong jesse powell who can crypto to to read my report and say how will this affect me. And if and i want them to ask their lawyer their accountancy firm They're intern to write up a memo and say how will it affect me. So th the the report of the proof of stake alliance report that is out. There is not designed to list all of the scenarios that might apply because again the statute of it so doesn't make any sense And it's unclear right. But i go through these those five steps and somebody should say what's our business. How do i use these things. How might i use them in the future. That's the other thing about innovation. This is going to have down on this We don't even know what these uses are. I don't list all of the applications because trying to give people the elements they can figure that out and the first step is for people to walk through and say wait. Oh this will count and a lot of the time. They're going to get to the end and say oh well. It might not count because the other parties a financial institution and. That's when i want them to say. Why is this the world we want to do where the bank secrecy. I came in nineteen seventy. These existing intermediaries became critically valuable to the government. For what general crimefighting tax enforcement. And now we've evolved to a point where there's new new options with this technology to do things. Essentially peer to peer and that undermines this things. It's relatively new only fifty years old From what the government relies on for this enforcement and what they're trying to do here is stigmatizes. Used to funnel to push things back either to make you just routed transaction through it or just increase the list of financial institutions. Because hey if we're all financial institution than we all have to report everything that we touch so that list of what counts as a financial institution has been expanding since nineteen seventy and this goal is to kind of freeze that centralized model in place because of the extent to which the irs but the government in general relies on these so-called intermediaries these middlemen to to to report your my financial details to the government. And think thing that's a little troubling about it is digital assets partic- particularly bitcoin But but most digital assets. That don't have really robust. Privacy enhanced features have alternative systems to allow the type of data driven analytical regulatory analysis. You know you look back at so road you look back at the pipeline of ransomware. You look at the businesses that companies like chain alice's and elliptic have built I recall academic papers from two thousand fourteen talking about the ability to actually trace information demonize even then when we had few touch points that were actually reporting information on individuals. This is not opera applied to this technology. There are alternate means of Of providing visibility into transactions. That may be suspicious that don't rely on invading and creating potentially criminal obligations on the individual And it's it's it's just not good policy so ideal scenario..

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"sutherland" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"sutherland" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Say hold on if you will if you're using an exchange and your trader and you're putting money in out constantly 'cause you constantly maybe Funding your accountant and withdrawing so every time we're going to talk about the bank. Secrecy act the institutions. Because this is the kicker but it's the final point this is where it gets complicated but yes so transaction with cash is relatively clear but you can still get tripped up and hey they're not looking too closely but digital assets. It's a lot different. Some people say oh we just won't do transactions over ten thousand dollars. No any transactions within twenty four hours from the same party count related ones over longer periods of time. So if you're if you're thinking about a business dealing with this for restriction what procedures are they going to have to put in place any transaction could end up being a reportable transaction because it could add up over time they could end up being related streaming sets podcasts. How do you know which sat so. Come from which person and when you've triggered that ten thousand what about hold on so it has to be the The bitcoin the value the bitcoin at the time in dollar terms. Yeah yeah but that changes all the time. Let's say i lend you Ten bitcoin and you pay me back. Certain rate it's on me. Look we're reading into the statue. Dispatch doesn't make sense but under the obvious reading of it. It's the valuation at the time received. So yeah you gotta keep track and let's say every ten days it adds up to ten thousand dollars. It depends on the valuation over time. We haven't even talked about weird things. I t's right digital assets anything counts. How do you value something. Sometimes it's easy sometimes. It's not but yes look. Let's say you paid in bitcoin per day when that triggers the ten thousand dollar limit completely depends on this extremely for bitcoin and nfc is subjective. Value okay okay. What other parts of this. 'cause you said there were five okay..

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"sutherland" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"sutherland" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"This is an amendment to the tax code. But it's really a new criminal prohibition on transfers and it's been overlooked. Hello that from las vegas. How are you doing your while. Welcome to the. What the puck off by jim knight the only place i'm using by bitcoin. I'm has pizza mccormack. And today i'm going to interview with abe sutherland and craig zealots to discuss a provision with the infrastructure bill which has been overlooked. Now this is a short interview was recorded last minute and i want people to focus on the content. So i'm going to be skipping sponsor as today will give a quick shout out to germinate block fight. Ledger compass sports bet extras and for their continued support of the show. Just as quick intro. I met abe and greg last week. Austin unchained capital. They were hosting event and their two lawyers have been spending a lot of time looking at the trillion dollar infrastructure bill and trying to figure out all the ramifications that may have for bitcoin and also crypto. They are now. This was all huge news. Back in august when it was going through the senate twitter was going absolutely crazy at the time and no one really knew what the implications would-be because of the board language used in the bill and at the time the vast majority of the tension it was getting was around the definition of a broker so when i bumped into abe he was telling me that while this section is certainly important. There's another section of the bill that could have far more profound effects. This was something not really heard anyone talk about so last minute. I got them together. Got my camera going in. And we recorded a show where they explained what the issues were and what their concerns were was social notice. I didn't have any time to pass. I basically just a and greg to talk through and explain this. Yes this is a really important show and something. We have to follow more closely. If you want to follow abe. Greg on twitter goes to the show notes. You can also access as article there and if you wanna get in touch with you jump into my telegram group we hit me up on my email which is hello or what. Bitcoin did dot com..

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"sutherland" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"sutherland" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I was a big fan of 24 with Sutherland and listen. I know they played out every terrorist plot there possibly could be played out. But it was always an entertaining actions Had our for me. Uh, so that's probably my show that I wish was never canceled. That was one of the first sort of like big shows in in what was starting to be the binge Watch era type thing that people buzzed about and all that So, yes. No, it's a good That's a good answer. All right. Next level, if you were forced to appear on a reality show, which one are you going on? I probably go on the amazing race. Also good answer, but but I am I. You know, I'm assuming I'd go on with my wife and you do the couple thing, and, um And I am not a good swimmer. In fact, I am not a swimmer, so anything that would have to do with water she'd have to handle and she said We've actually had this conversation. She has anything that would have to do with eating weird food you would have to do and I'm like, Okay, do that trade off. All right, We're trading. You guys are ham and egg in it. That's what you gotta do. Exactly exactly so perfect. Perfect. All right. And then, Lastly, speaking of your wife, What is the show that she makes you watch that you secretly don't like Oh, jeez. Uh, Like every once in a while, she'll just sit down and watch like Dr Phil and I just don't like watching shows about other people's problems and issues. You know what I mean? It's like a downer. Man. I'm like, I know he's trying to help people. But I'm like, I don't need to be watching this. Like, you know. It's always she watches it all the time. But like sometimes I walk in and will be on. I'm like, Oh, man, Can we put the ball game on herself just turned right around and go back after I loved it to stain in your voice when you said Dr failure, like Dr Phil Oh, Oh, uh, Best of luck again to your to your son this weekend and rich. Thanks so much. Hey, Mark. Always a pleasure, buddy. Thanks. All right. There's our guy Ritchie a real yet talking Giants baseball after another really Good day for the team. Great to have him as the Giants get things off on a good start in Chicago coming up next the rewind and it will have a very big 49 ers tilt. That's next mark weather with you on the sports leader. Go on. Chris.

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Senate Republicans Block Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Senate Republicans Block Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

"Stories we are Following, of course, is the Senate Republicans blocking passage of an infrastructure bill yesterday, much to the dismay of Chuck Schumer and the Democrats joining us now with details on why and how it was blocked as foxes. Rachel Sutherland Good morning, Rachel. Hey, Good morning, David. Amy. Yeah, this came down to not having legislative text of this proposal. It's a little over a trillion dollars funding core infrastructure, So it's pretty popular with the American people. But Republicans are saying We don't know what's in it. They'd also like to see a score from the Congressional Budget Office was the government's bean counters. They don't know how it's going to affect the bottom line. The White House is saying, Look, this is just a procedural vote to move to proceed to debate on the proposal. So no big deal in doing that you could work on the legislative text, but Republicans did go ahead and block flat last night. They are expected to then. Come back on Monday and try again.

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Biden Signs Order to Tackle Corporate Abuses Across U.S. Economy

Buck Sexton

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Biden Signs Order to Tackle Corporate Abuses Across U.S. Economy

"No capitalism. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News. That's the message from President Biden as he signed a sweeping executive order yesterday aimed at boosting business competition and reigning in big business buyouts and mergers. I'm a proud capitalist. I spent most of my career representing the corporate state of Delaware. No America can't succeed. Less American business succeeds. So let me be very clear. Capitalism without competition isn't capitalism. It's exploitation. The sweeping order directs federal agencies to implement more than 70 initiatives to promote competition within the economy. The action will apply to various industries, including big tech, healthcare and airlines. Executive order will likely face legal action from businesses. Foxes. Rachel Sutherland, a Louisiana

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Biden Fires Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul

Todd Schnitt

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Biden Fires Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul

"Rachel Sutherland at the White House. President Biden has fired the Social Security commissioner after he refused to resign, The White House says. Biden asked Commissioner Andrew Saul to resign and solves employment was terminated when he refused. Deputy Commissioner David Black agreed to step down. Both officials have

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Court Finds US Air Force 60% Responsible for Texas Shooting

The Savage Nation

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Court Finds US Air Force 60% Responsible for Texas Shooting

"A federal judge in Texas finds the air Force mostly responsible for the deadly 2017 Sutherland Springs church shooting, the judge said the Air Force was 60% to blame for the Sutherland Springs shooting that killed more than two dozen worshippers at First Baptist Church. The shooter Devin Kelley, had been court martialed for assaulting his then wife and her stepson on an air force base. And the judge said the Air Force should have alerted the FBI that Kelly could not legally buy a gun. The judge ruled in a civil lawsuit brought by families of victims that the Air Force failed to exercise reasonable care. ABC is Aaron Carter

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Air Force Mostly at Fault in 2017 Texas Church Attack, Says Judge

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Air Force Mostly at Fault in 2017 Texas Church Attack, Says Judge

"The judge says the air force's mostly at fault in a twenty seventeen Texas church attack a federal judge has ruled that the U. S. Air Force is largely responsible for a former servicemen killing more than two dozen people at a Texas church in twenty seventeen US district judge in San Antonio ruled that the Air Force was sixty percent responsible for the attack at First Baptist Church in Sutherland springs because it failed to submit Devin Kelley's criminal history into a database that should have prevented the government from purchasing the weapon used in the attack Kelly served nearly five years in the airforce before being discharged in twenty fourteen for bad conduct the attack remains the worst mass shooting in Texas history I Walter Ratliff

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Air Force '60 Percent' at Fault in 2017 Texas Massacre

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Air Force '60 Percent' at Fault in 2017 Texas Massacre

"In Texas, ruling that the U. S Air Force is mainly responsible for the deadly 2017 church shooting in Sutherland Springs. The judge said the Air Force was 60% to blame for the Sutherland Springs shooting that killed more than two dozen worshippers at First Baptist Church. The shooter Devin Kelley had been court martialed for assaulting his then wife and her stepson on an air force base, and the judge said the Air Force should have alerted the FBI that Kelly could not legally buy a gun. The judge ruled in a civil lawsuit brought by families of victims that the Air Force failed to exercise reasonable care. BBC's Aaron Carter Ski former

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"sutherland" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"sutherland" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Days and eventual release. Thanks for nasa. Thomas sutherland had been held hostage for six years when he finally saw the release one of his cellmates. British journalist john mccarthy in august nineteen ninety one days later the guards returned to take another of sutherland's confidants out of the room never to return. Finally the men entered sutherland. Sell one morning and told them the plan. I want american would be released then. One britain would follow then one american than another britain and so on a november eighteenth. Nineteen ninety-one sutherland. Cell door swung open. It had been two thousand three hundred and fifty three days since his capture armed hezbollah guards entered and told him they had good news. Everything had been organized to send mr sutherland in another hostage. Terry waite home that evening as the guards exited mr wait. Stop them. He said you know you only a watch. You stole my watch twenty minutes later. One of the henchmen returned with a watch for mr weight and mr sutherland. They dubbed the time pieces. There has below watches later that day. Lind and wait. Were both retrieved blindfolded in thrown in the trunk of a car eventually the vehicle came to a halt in sutherland. In wait were pushed out of the car. They were left in the dark as it sped off a moment a man emerged from the shadows. He said his name was general. Lule from the syrian intelligence agency. The words that followed were music to sutherland's ears. The general said welcome to freedom but freedom and nothing without his wife after confronting a barrage of reporters. Sutherland was finally allowed to speak to jean over the phone. His eyes welled up and his voice quivered heard her voice for the first time in six years. The two would have a lot of catching up to do back in colorado. When sutherland got to fort collins he was overwhelmed. His neighbors had fastened yellow ribbons to their trees sutherland. Spent the next twenty five years making up for lost time. He reunited with his wife. Children and grandchildren wrote a book about his experience and even took up to thomas. Sutherland died on july twenty. Second two thousand sixteen at the age of eighty five sutherland said before he passed that he never looked back on his experience with anger or regret. Instead of focusing on the time he lost he.

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South Korean President to Meet Biden at White House

Glenn Beck

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

South Korean President to Meet Biden at White House

"Biden will play host to the president of South Korea later today during his first bilateral meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae in President Biden suspected to bring up denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula. But what about future in person meetings with North Korean leader Kim Jong hoon? I don't expect that to be top on his agenda, White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters had two leaders will also discuss economic partnership. China in climate Fox is Rachel Sutherland.

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Two SC Deputies Fired for Killing Black Man Jamal Sutherland

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Two SC Deputies Fired for Killing Black Man Jamal Sutherland

"Walker, a South Carolina sheriff has fired two deputies involved in the January death. Of a South Carolina jail inmates with mental health issues. Video clips have just been released, showing deputies repeatedly deploying stun guns and kneeling on the back of Jamal Sutherland before he

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Increased Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments to Start in July

Rick Hamada

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Increased Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments to Start in July

"Of up to $300 per child will start going out to families is that enhanced tax credits starting July 15th. Normally, families have to wait until taxis in the claim the credits. Families could receive a total $3600 per child under the age of 5 $3000 for kids up to 17 boxes, Rachel Sutherland. The payments were phased out

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"sutherland" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"sutherland" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Fox is Rachel Sutherland. The Taliban cease attacks is part of a deal to have all U. S troops out of Afghanistan. By May 1st. With the deadline extended to September 11th. There is concerned the group could target US soldiers, White House principal Deputy press secretary Corinne Jon Pierre told reporters aboard Air Force One the U. S will defend itself in partners if needed elements. Of an Army Ranger task force will temporarily deployed to Afghanistan to assist with the force. Protection of forces on the ground has initiated withdrawal operations. The State Department has directed all embassy personnel in Kabul to leave unless their jobs require them to stay. Rachel Sutherland, Fox's prosecutors and Travis County have decided not to file charges against the lobbyist accused of giving a date rape drug to a legislative staff member. Travis County District Attorney says there was not enough evidence to support the allegations. Meantime, upon learning of the allegations earlier this week, Texas House Speaker Doug Failing had harsh words. I am disgusted that this sort of predatory Behavior is still taking place in and around our capital. The investigation set off a flurry of legislative activity inside the Capitol as lawmakers fast track bills that would require sexual harassment training for lobbyists and strip them of their licenses if they're convicted. Of certain offenses and a Southwest Airlines flight attendant is suing the airline for negligence that caused the death. Harold Madden says she caught covert 19 at a training session last July. The suit alleges that the session lacked the most basic precautions to safeguard health and well being. She recovered but passed the disease on to her husband, who died. Madness asking for three million in damages from the W B A P News task. I'm Kim Lampkin is your next update is at nine o'clock. 24 7 coverage of wb ap dot com. One of the same expansive Plano's sports desk. We're tracking the Cowboys, who still have four picks in the top 100 gonna be a big day for them. Today is the draft resumes. Yesterday they were able to steal away Michael Parsons, a linebacker out of Penn State. They drop down two spots in a trade after the two corners they wanted were off the board. Cowboys decided to make that trade with the Eagles the Eagles to suddenly take Devante Smith, wide receiver from Alabama won the Heisman, the Bears and work to deal with the Giants for the 11th picks so they could get quarterback Justin Fields. He was the fourth quarterback taken in the first round. Then the Cowboys in that 12 spot. Take Parsons, the linebacker from Penn State, who set out last year, a knockdown for covert 19, still the best linebacker in the draft and arguably the best defender. Overall, he'll bolster that position following the retirement of veteran Shawn Lee. He had 14 tackles and his last college football game that took place in 18 T steam selection and selected as the number 12 overall pick comes only three days after show only announced that retirement course. Sean Lee, also out of Penn State, he was taken in 2000 and 10. By all accounts, Michael Parsons. High character guy. Both of his parents were cowboy fans. He flies into town today, as we mentioned they still have four other picks in the top 100, including number 75 number 84 number 99. They'll pick in the second round today with the 44th pick. Overall, the big 12 didn't have a player taken in the first round. Alabama had six go in the first two. Adam Schefter says that Aaron Rodgers wants out of Green Bay. He's told some of the organization. He doesn't want to return to the team. He actually gave me a list of three teams in the West Coast that he's ready to sign with. Today. Texas Rangers went 4 to 1 over the Boston Red Sox. That's the first of three and that set Jose Trevino got his first homer of the year cow. Gibson goes six innings allows just one run. He's three and on the year To meet again tonight at seven. Mavs won 15 1050 Detroit, They'll face The Wizard's Tomorrow night here in D FW. Luca didn't play for the man's elbow into reports. Inga stop playing in the third. Do some knee soreness and the Pistons? Well, they didn't play anyone over 25. They held out veterans do the rest and injury management Manson and getting the 10 point victory. That's a check of sports..

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Capitol Rioter Ashli Babbitt's Family to Seek $10 Million From USCP in Lawsuit

The Armstrong & Getty Show

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Capitol Rioter Ashli Babbitt's Family to Seek $10 Million From USCP in Lawsuit

"Police officer who has not been publicly identified shot. Actually, Babbitt is she was trying to enter the House speaker's lobby on January six, her family's attorney told The singer News and multi million dollar lawsuit is in the works, claiming the officer shot Babbitt for no legitimate law enforcement purpose, pointing out the 35 year old was unarmed. The forthcoming lawsuit comes after the Justice Department said it will not pursue charges against the officer. Boxes. Rachel Sutherland. New covert 19 variant is making its way around the world Daily

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"sutherland" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sutherland" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"John calloway. I'm clayton hunt. And i'm john with us today. Dr jeff sutherland. After eleven years in the military who became a doctor at the university of colorado school of medicine settling contributed to the creation of the agile manifesto in two thousand and one along with kinch waiver.

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Pentagon Chief Austin Visits Israel to Reaffirm 'Ironclad' U.S. Alliance

Wise Investor Show

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Pentagon Chief Austin Visits Israel to Reaffirm 'Ironclad' U.S. Alliance

"An overseas trip. Defense Secretary Lloyd Ass is meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the nation's defense minister to discuss and reaffirmed America's commitment to the US Israel strategic Partnership. In Germany. Secretary Austin will meet with counterparts to talk about combating the malign influence of shared strategic rival Meetings were also planned with the United Nations secretary general in Brussels and with defense officials in the U. K. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News, Everyone 16 and older in D. C

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Boston Red Sox Ready To Welcome Fans Back At Fenway Park

WBZ Morning News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Boston Red Sox Ready To Welcome Fans Back At Fenway Park

"Air. But the Sox are ready for first pitch on a brand new season. Fans cooped up for too long or bursting at the seams waiting to bust through the turnstiles this afternoon, a limited capacity crowd at Fenway today and covert protocols will be in place. BBC's James RoHaas is at the ball park this morning, which is already buzz in Good morning, James. Yeah. Good morning, so fans anxious to get back inside to watch Boston take on Baltimore, some of them already waiting outside the gates. Drew Sutherland is a die hard Red Sox fan and has been coming to opening day for the past five years. Federally for expected place on Earth and I usually try and get toe 2030 games a year, But Been tough, less You have to be able to go down here so Just the whole atmosphere is my favorite place to be now he's working today, so he just thought by to encourage another friend who has been out here since four o'clock this morning. Meanwhile, the 4500 fans who are getting inside under the state's 12% capacity limit. Are going to have a much more spacious and safety orientated day with multiple safety precautions in place. But you know, at this point, anything is better than nothing. First pitch at two Tim at Fenway James RoHaas

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Biden May Take Executive Action On Gun Legislation

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Biden May Take Executive Action On Gun Legislation

"After two mass shootings in two weeks. The white house hints that president biden may take executive action on gun control white house. Press secretary jen. Psaki says president biden isn't waiting for congress to fail on gun. Reform telling reporters executive orders are leaving. There's current discussions and analysis internally of what steps can be taken that that has been ongoing for several weeks even before these two recent tragedies sake wouldn't say the white house with craft its own gun. Reform legislation to house passed bill. Strengthening background checks face tough. Opposition into equally divided senate executive actions on gun control. Most certainly face legal challenges. Rachel sutherland fox

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President Biden is expected to discuss the pandemic today at his first news conference.

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

President Biden is expected to discuss the pandemic today at his first news conference.

"President Biden will no doubt talk about Vaccines Cove in 19 and the economy. At his first full news conference today. The president's news conference coming more than two months after he took office is expected to cover a wide range of issues. Including the pandemic, migration on the southern border gun control and a massive infrastructure plan that's in the works also watch for questions on international affairs, including North Korea's launch of two ballistic missiles. And when will U. S troops leave Afghanistan aides have been prepping President Biden to face off with reporters, complete with a mock session. Rachel Sutherland.

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Biden gears up for his first official White House press conference

Chris Salcedo

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Biden gears up for his first official White House press conference

"Today corresponded Rachel Sutherland has more watch for the president to field questions of the southern border new spending initiatives, including a proposed infrastructure bill that could cost $3 trillion and gun control. The White House has signaled the executive orders on guns could be coming in the aftermath of recent mass shootings. The news conference comes more than two months after the president took office later than any of his predecessors and four decades the president has been preparing with AIDS grilling him during a mock session. Reporters will gather in the East Room of the White House for the event during the one P.m. hour Eastern Rachel Sutherland. Fox News

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"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"Forget to be grateful to police officers and naturally staff colleagues For the work that they do day in day out often hidden from view one of the commissioners put it best when he talked about the everyday heroism of the people who police streets Suppose if you were to give me a last word it would be to say that and to say thank you. I think they're operating under great pressure and strain now than probably at any previous points. The you're i could recall. Sometimes we just need to remember that. Sometimes we just need to stop and say thank you. I'm immensely proud of this place service that we have in this country. We said that the style is the best job in the world. I think are the place around the world High we do the job by consent I am immensely prior to the. Yeah think about the talk during covid Closely still with the place everyday and They've done an absolutely amazing job. So yeah i think it's a great opportunity for by for vista Sing the praises of Boys in ladies in blue the thank them for the mazing job john. How can people reach out to. I'd also how can i get a hold of. You'll read your books You very kind to ask I do a great deal of social media stuff. But i do twitter at so people can find me on twitter where i'm known slot grandiosely. I think probably at police commander But it's it's the twitter Mark had since the very beginning. So i've hung on to it at police commanders. The twitter nine on the two books are from old good bookstores. the first one is called. Blue a memoir. And that's very much a personal story of mike policing life and includes the story of my illness. And and the beginnings of the long road to recovery and the second book is cool crossing the line which is a a big broad. A story about policing I'm what it can tell us about the world that we live in an it picks ten of the biggest challenges that we're facing as a society. We talked about many of them today. And there's a chapter each domestic violence knife crime drugs mental health Police community relations..

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"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"And i love the job. I still love the joe but still love the people who do. But but i know my race is run so these days i have to both by necessity but choices. Well i i have to live life just a little bit more gently quietly these days. I talk about like this. I writes a bit. And i have to rest a whole lot in between times. Nothing has great day john either chasing griping since she left left the service. And i'm sure you'll continue to go on and do more great things. John would slow coming more to the end of the interview night. But i just one fescue one more question. Well one for you really. Is there anything that you would have liked to have asked us to die. that happens. now you've done a cracking job. I've on too long about anything. I guess the one thing. I i would say serving closing. Is i suppose. Just just a note about all colleagues who is still serving. I think over the last ten years in particular if you listen to the prevailing narrative about policing certainly from a number of politicians in certain sections of the press overwhelmingly that narrative has been hostile to the point at times almost of absurdity but the focus has been relentlessly on the negative. You know the police a corrupt the lisa racists. The police are incompetence. You know more recently. The bizarre situation any given day jerry. Covert of having off the world yelling at the police for being to coming in in their enforcement of the regulations whilst the other hoffa yelling at them for not being nearly firm enough. And i do know the police officers. Just sometimes feel dan by the way on. That's role that's role. And just before. I finish i should say and i often say. I'm no blind apologised for the job that we use today. policing individually collectively can sometimes get things terribly wrong And the consequences when they do so can be disproportionately damaging by virtue of the role. The police officers have in society. So i think we the public have every right to expect highest standards of police officers. The we do of anyone else at without exception and we should never have full shy away from holding policing up to the light. We should never shy away from dealing with police officers who foreshore to the promises that they made when they took the oath. So i don't have any objection to policing being held to account for more of that less of it. But alongside that the thing that i think has been so lacking in much of the last decade in particular is any semblance of balance in the story being told because i know that i could and i'm sure you would be the same you know. Full every negative story. You might tell me about policing. I could tell you. One hundred of the kind of courage and humanity the would take your breath away. I one night finish telling you that hundred. I could tell you hundred more..

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"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"That that doesn't happen overnight. It doesn't happen in just a week or two. It's about consistent relationships that are built up sustained years. It takes a long time. But i promise you it works. Yeah it does work and off of saint john. Neela navy works inside. Though we takes that consistency in not sometimes way we probably get it wrong but if you get dot consistency on. She believes that he can work. So we're kind of success right. I want that's what all always words on the success right one. If you can get one kid Roots of getting into north crime. Getting to gun crime potential becoming ivan offender of victim. Now what you've done your job. As far as i'm concerned that that is a an amazing achievement unlocked being we've both Careers do not simple times and that gives me immense pleasure to know that. I've actually controversy to get kids back on track. The thing to understand is the. The crime is only ever a symptom. It's only ever a symptom of something else and so if we are ever to be successful in dealing with crime and indeed more broadly with antisocial behavior and we go to understand what the causes are back to micro mama what the causes of the coast is all again. Elliott elliott early intervention. Thea and. that's something that we got to happen. I talked to a lot of professionals around this. And they're all very much in agreement. Some again i think that's the first step in point reyes Stop and look at an explorer in a bit more daytime. I wanted attention a little bit. John in terms of you'll As the borough commander of when you were chased superintendents and one of the things that i saw find with that sometimes the public can be incredibly critical of the place. And the i think sometimes yes it can be warranted in a lot of. Casey's i it's not as a borough commander so the jury knows kind of in times of a steady. What was the pressure. Lie for you as an individual sa- very good question. And i completely right or completely the wrong person to ask it of Because in the end the pressure broke might I'd previously been the barak commander in camden north london. Done the job that for a couple of years loved. It was then announced at very short notice to to move to southern And and you know for those less familiar sort of the job. Graffiti of of london to say that subjects a fairly lively place to work almost every kind of cao's almost every single day and.

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"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"What was seen in that behavior. Then being repeated many years later and so certainly in some of the kids that i've out with have experienced trauma at a young age go onto those volumes offenders themselves in. That's clearly what was.

"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"It hasn't gone down but the irony of course is the that actually the ultimately the costs to society of treating mental health end up being far greater than the costs would have been keeping people well in the first place and you could make the same argument about lots of things that those other things that police officers are involved. But it's kind of this hugely short-sighted position that says what we haven't got time to do that and we can't afford to do that as a consequence of which we ended up actually taking longhand spending money. I made so full of madness. It absolutely is in. Look at some of the mateen's Around the room and you look at the salaries involving those individuals and you think To look i. We can chinese because it he's mountainous totally agree you. We just ate those tight more effort. Sometimes david bodily Ronald goldman sachs john. I think we both audiences by the what we're trying to do. He just get the audience to think about it really. I think it's about the in thinking about how we can change things on again. La elliott's hiking. i rarely taken out for epping. Bald bain bain. So of united courageous to do something different. We'll time i get that probably switching a little bit of mental health as well. I think he's obviously also combined but again one of the things that really probably may at the moment is emma of young people that are involved in violent crime young people particularly in london. Elda we all seeing it across the only this week in birmingham Has been three amulets arrested for murder of a fifteen year old ones fourteen. Once fifty one sixteen troubles made the amount of crime that was saying guns with paypal. County loins which is obviously yelm involved in the criminal exploitation of young people into the drugs trade again. John which we've go wrong. Gosh where to begin. Maybe the best way to answer that is to to give you a a relatively brief case. Study because this one of the subjects. That i feel most passionately about knife. Crime and violence evolving young people. is a humanitarian disaster on. It's happening all watch in our country. I it's no good just standing there ringing all hands and and watching the madness of history repeating itself. It's no good waking up every day to the repetition of the same old headlines. That's not fix anything I often use the example of boy. Could billy smith He's not a real boy is he's a figment of my generation. But but he says he has in common an awful lot of things with with real people. That i've mentioned had dealings with down. The is an annual case. Study billie is arrested at the scene of a fatal stepping. And let's be honest between the of may he did in in the period immediately following the focus whether it's a scotland yard or on the floor of the house of commons or in the pages of the media the focus will be on. What's most immediate a not..

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"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"The huge gaping holes. Paid in the delivery of frontline services intentionally or otherwise copiously or otherwise. Police officers have stepping forward to to fill those gaps. Majesty's inspectors of constabulary released two reports that year or so ago about policing mental health. It was cooled picking up the pieces. I'm so often it's police offices that are being left to pick up the pieces that other agencies and fundamentally at the end of the day the government have left behind and the point is a There are some people suffering with mental health who all criminal and who are dangerous and absolutely police officers should be first in line to respond in those cases but huge proportion of people. I just ill. They ought to be patients not prisoners that they will be in hospital not in a police cell And so i think it's one of the most troubling realities about society. At the moment it was true before cova will be even more so as legacy of covid as a society we off failing some of our most vulnerable members. And the truth is that. I am my brother's keeper. My sisters three. We're just gonna take a very short break to hear. A quick advertisement from our sponsor may learn it..

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"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"And so much of who. I am now is a person is a consequence of of what i learned in all ways in which grew up as a young police officer surrounded by a bunch of extraordinary men and women who you know the lady amongst but the vast majority of them they tend to work everyday consume reasons that all of the best of his date which was the. I wanted to help people. I wanted to make a difference. They wanted each in their own way to change the world. And i loved every single passing second of the time that spent with the the camaraderie that you get in a. We took him probably before. We just put the code but that in the nineties were you had those shapes you had guys and ladies. That were based on schaefer Some experienced the carried says the different methods of high place but still got the same so vain goal. It was just an incredible time for me. And then let's say that was it. Some of it was pre mobile phones. So you didn't have the cat the same kind of sometimes intensity sometimes that you probably get narrow the demand on mobile filings. That just felt the economy had a bit more time to police get to know people. Anita was just a fantastic. Telling me. And i'll be forever grateful for the police family. Sold took me and you felt exactly the sign. I already made reference to policing to me is family. You know now. Nearly three is from retirement. It doesn't feel any less so but to your point you know. So much of policing is is based on experience. You learn the job by doing the job yet you to do some of the book. Learning it's important to know won't section one of the theft dactyl section. One of the police and criminal evidence act will house that gives you but but actually the heart and soul of policing you learn it by doing it and there's no better way to learn than but being in the thick of things surrounded by colleagues who've been there before you can show you how it's done quite in when you know that when you come out hinden and i went to as you probably had to be roydon which was near coventry. And you have this kind of With the way there for like ten weeks and then you come out and you do some trollope. Wiki chief constable. And it's kind of at that point that you think you say you've learned so easily definitions everything then all of a sudden said you can tirol that. Oh papa he just liking this is regularly and the place in all those combat scenarios the them back at the try anybody she can forget about all that way you get to place and i was cited trae essay because it wasn't elements of reality tv. But generally i you've just said that's when you really learn how to place when you're there on the coal face and you have to make mistakes mistakes. Many when i was you'll his but boy did he. Did i learn quickly. I'm and issue as a person i think is a as a human baby. Need something that is incredibly it Gratifying when you get it right Just just the the mazing. I talk john. Transforming communities is something that. I took a lot about in want to work with people. You've you've been there and understand it..

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"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"Extolling we can transform our communities in the twenty first century. Chaired this global welcome. This is the community safety. Podcast with your host jim nixon..