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"ted sandman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:38 min | 2 years ago

"ted sandman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Well, you know, one of the things that made me most mad during the whole company Catholic thing was the way celebrities were asking for kids information to be exposed or docks as they say, which is a it's a very serious situation because it's a way of saying, hey, let's bullied this person. And let's threaten this person. And in some cases, let's hurt this person. And that could happen with about forty of the company Catholic kids joining me now is state Senator wheel throat or who's also running by the way for attorney general for the state, and he's on the line because she has filed a Bill that would make it illegal to dock someone on social media. Good morning. We'll how are you? Good morning. Thanks for having me. Yeah. Let's talk about your Bill. First of all, the the the the idea here is that what happened to Nick Sandman would be a legal win comedian Kathy Griffin. Or whatever name is she went out and said, hey, I want docs, this kid. Let's get this information. And then it happened. And then he got death threats. This could have been a very very bad thing. Right. Absolutely. That's what we're trying to. So someone identifies them various means of doing that through their address social security number name in that person. Of course, we're talking about minors here. But then that minor also has to have a reasonable fear of physical injury, which would apply in this case. Well, that was one of the things I was gonna ask you was my friend had democrat Senator Morgan mcgarvy said that he thought this Bill was too sweeping. I'm trying to figure out how how how that is the case. It's limited to minors. And it's basically if you release somebody's personal information their social security number their private telephone number their home address, unless it's a publicly known thing, you're committing a crime. So what is what is the argument against this? What is the argument that it's too broad, right? Let me back up because there's the intent that we haven't really mentioned nothing. It was employed by what you said. But the intent languages that you have to be doing this to intimidate abused threaten, harass or frighten minor. So that's an important element. I think Morgan I mean, his example was out of a bad example, you just about a high school student was at a basketball game in another high school student got dunked on someone took a picture of that and said, oh my gosh. But that I mean that doesn't apply to this spill at all. Because even though they might say who it was that was playing basketball. I mean wouldn't be elements there, and there'd be no way that that. Minor would. Reasonably fear that they're gonna from that. Right now tweet though. Sample Wisconsin bad. There were first concerns. They came up. Right. You know, I've been a champion in the first amendment of fast filed campus free speech Bill last session in the session with best off we're last session. But of course, as you know, the first doesn't get the right thing thing you want. I mean, the plastic wall school example, you can't go into crowded theater fire speech puts people in danger. And that's what we're trying to prevent you. Well, and I'm trying to figure out to me this Bill almost isn't broad enough. I don't know why you would leave out adults. This happens to people all the time. And it's dangerous for adults to look at Tucker Carlson whose house was descended upon his kids kids were terrorized people were in his front yard. There was very obviously an an an intent to intimidate there. And he, you know, he's a news guy, and he's a public figure, and I get that. But right. You know, almost to me I get doing it for minors. I almost feel like it ought to be broader it ought to cover people that are that are adults age. That's a great point one. Great argument. Right now. It's just address the minors. Where we can get through. A course we're we're getting down to the final days. But that's something that you know, we probably should come back. Visit you when you testified yesterday Ted Sandman was there. He's the father of Nick Sandman. Give me your give me your impression of how that family is doing based on your conversation with them. Yes. So I mean, Ted Ted read a statement knows pretty powerful is one of the better testimonies. I've seen since I've been here before we went down to the committee rooms really when I got to talk to him just in my own is what we're preparing in in. You know, he has two other sons as well. Ones in third grade. And so, you know, there's there's times at night when they go home. There's a police officer outside the front now. And he was just told me impact that that's having kids as you can imagine her third grader to see that wonder what's going on in asking his dad, the bad guys. Get get a. Me as a father breaks, your heart. Why here that stuff, and obviously, you know, it's tough. His wife is well this year. Sunsets to go through all this weren't the parents jobs. More people calling their jobs as part of this dachshund seeing and trying to get them fired. I mean, they were trying to ruin this family financially. In addition to other ways, right absolutely entailed himself threats, and I believe he told me his wife did as well. So it wasn't. I mean, they were your point. Yeah. They were going after. Well, it's just it's crazy. And you know, the attorney was down here. Toddler tree posted about being down here yesterday. And I was reading some of the comments on Facebook. And they're still people that, you know, completely or signing with folks in the other side of the story was my mind. Well, it wasn't. Yeah. It wasn't until just last week that the Washington Post finally issued an Editor's Note. They didn't even do a correction. They didn't do an apology. The student editors note which admitted that they were wrong. But that's what. Yeah. And that's one of the targets of the families website. I hope they get every penny of one hundred two hundred fifty million dollar webs lawsuit that they're filing and I hope the Bill passes because I hope that it stops this in the future. I people need to understand. It's one thing to have your say about an opinion about our disagree with somebody for whatever they believe. And it's another thing entirely to try to hurt those people, and we're seeing a lot that now we're running out of restaurants. We won't let them. Sit neat because we don't like their viewpoints, pretty sad. It is it is. I mean, we're involving society, and you know, somebody consensus worked on us together. But we have to be ready and the family talking to Chad. I mean their their goal is just if they can do anything. But this scourge is another family. That's our goal. West hobbit of attitude. Try to make make the best of this terrible situation. Right. If your if your Bill passes, what is the punishment? So it depends. So if nothing happens the minor request. However, there is actually physically and it becomes a classy felony in. Also, there's some monetary standards in there too. So if there's a financial loss of five hundred dollars or more, it becomes a class d felony. And if it's over ten thousand or more classes. So under that situation, Kathy Griffin. Who was calling for? This kid to be docs, could be charged. So situation. I'd have to go back, and you might know about a much called for him. If you crunch, but this would ask Ashley also require that not cursing redoing adopting as well. Or was. Tweeted address. Let's punch him. Right. We cover that. Okay. Yes. When I get clear how it works. Okay. Listen will thanks for your time. Man. We appreciate it. We'll have you back and talk about your your your your run for attorney general as well. But I wanted to get you in on this this morning. Senator state Senator will Schroeder thanks for your time. What's the building people? What's the Bill number? So people know what to support? Senate Bill to forty actually you're currently scheduled to have a debate on the four war this afternoon on it. Okay. So people need to call their their Senator and let people know that they support this. Okay. Take so much Senator will shorter take you. I just looked up Kathy Griffin's original one of her original tweet. She tweeted multiple. But she said that she said, I want names. Shame them. Then she said PS, the reply from the school was pathetic impotent name these kids. I want names. Shame them. If you think these bleepers wouldn't docks you in a heartbeat. Think again. There were others too. By the way, that that called for the dachshund of these kids, and you know. I I I guess. To me what Kathy Griffin did calling for the dachshund which eventually happened. I think she bears responsibility. As far as I know. She's never apologized. I think she deleted tweets, but she's never admitted that she was wrong. And these were kids you remember when the parkland shooting happened, and we had parkland kids out talking about guns, and we were lobbying legitimate criticisms at the points, they were making and the left was going nuts saying that we were attacking children weren't attacking children. We were attacking their talking points. This is not a case of attacking their talking points. This these kids were wrongly maligned and celebrities like Kathy Griffin and other members of the media were deliberately trying to harm the kids. The always when the when the left accuses you of something almost always there either about to do it themselves or they've already done it and at a worse level. So I totally support this Bill again, you have to protect free speech. But I think the Bill sufficiently limited that it's really just about you. I think you are protecting free speech when you're protecting people from being docs like that. I think you actually are protecting free speech because you should be you should be allowed to engage in the public discourse. Which these kids weren't actually they were just waiting for their bus, but you should be allowed to engage in public discourse without fear that somebody's gonna sh she show up. And and put all your private information your Bank account and your cell phone, number and your job and all that stuff out there. You should be able to participate in public discourse without fear of bullies showing up on your front yard. So I think it's a great piece of legislation and house. It's the Senate Bill to forty. So make sure you make sure you voice your support for that. All right. We'll continue to talk to the Donut champion of W H A S, Ian, who is in the house producing a last minute of the show or so he ate how many donors did you? 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"ted sandman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"ted sandman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Air all morning long on on seven hundred wwl w because it's going to be a dumpster fire. We also have this happening down in Frankfurt and Kentucky's capital. So it's called dachshund DO X I N G or sometimes spelled with an extra X and doc seeing is the term used for what happened to Nick Sanmen and his family. So the internet vigilantes got on the keyboard muscle and went and research, and they find out public and sometimes private information about a person in or their immediate family. And they put those docs documents thus dachshund documents, docs, get it online for the world to see. And there's a lot of crazy people in the world to as well. And that's the scary part about it. You put things like Email and phone numbers and addresses and workplaces and schedules, and where your kids go to school, some cases, even social security numbers employers address stuff like that. And they put it all out there. And then people who are unhinged. See it. And then act. In which you have cases where the San man's life has been threatened each member of their family, and it's a horrific thing dachshund so yesterday in Frankfurt. Nick, salmon's, dad. Ted testified before a Senate committee and described what happened immediately following that encounter caught on video with a native American man and that went viral yesterday. This Bill gets passed pretty easily through committee now it's gonna move on. And hopefully, or maybe it depending on which way you look at this with your free speech person. You may not want this thing to pass joining me on seven hundred w w talk about specifically doc seeing in and what the law is. But also how this stuff gets out there in the first place is Dave the IT guy. Iheart podcast as well. Too infrequent attributed show, David morning. How are you? Mortis learning. How are you? Everything's good. So before we get to the legalities of this all the info that's on the web when someone is docs in. It's as I said, Email phone numbers, personal information. Where are they getting all this from where you know, you you heard about all those hacks where you're talking about equifax tack, and he talked about, Home Depot, and all these other hacks. That's where that information is coming at the end of the day by the time all these different sources, keep getting compromised information gets out and you're thinking alright, Dave how do I get some minor who doesn't have a credit card and all their stuff? Well, these parents right when they get a credit quarter. They get health insurance or they get this other stuff they had to list their family members as whoever's going to get out coverage or whoever their beneficiaries are. And all that stuff. So once all that information's recorded electronially, and then there's a hack against that database will all that other info comes out. So there it is in a nutshell altogether. Hacks are coming to roosts now with having that data out there available for others to it find it, and then do something else with it in this case, the docs, it's pretty it's pretty scary. But you really have to dig like, for example, the Dave mean, you're good at this stuff. You're you get on the dark web bureau white hat hacker. Meaning you help the good guys. Catch the bad guys are doing this kind of stuff before we get to the legalities of that. But how long would it take? Let's say, I don't know. I did something to piss you off. And or I don't know I smirked in an Indian man, Mr. Phillips on the steps of the Washington Monument, and I'm wearing a maga- hat. How long would it take you to find out? My I dunno my personal Email my phone number. My cell phone number address is pretty easy go to an auditor's website. I that's pretty easy. But obviously workplace because I'm on the radio or that is but school anything along those lines are going to kids go to school where they work, etc. Etc. How long would that take? Somebody. That's that knows what they're doing about an hour or two somebody that's goofing off. And really doesn't know what they're doing. And just tries real hard. Probably a day or two that. That's it. That's fine. All that info. Yep. It's it's it's not not a challenge. It ought to be honest. Could you find that on anybody listening? Pretty much. There might be that rarity. Somebody who who also is like me in this field somehow and has taken steps to protect themselves. But even that is impossible to do honour percent. But you might go to mask like your your kids and stuff little bit easier. If if you know what you're looking for someone like is good or better than you at what it is. What you do? Dave do the same to you. Because you said you taken steps, but what would they be able to eventually get all the information about you? They would and primarily because of my interaction with radio and other public facing things I go out, and teach classes and do things like that. So because of that type of exposure than yes, I've had other leaks out there that have caused me that problem as well. So yeah. But if you're somebody that's more behind the scenes more of a private citizen. You're not putting yourself out there publicly. You can certainly make it more challenging, but but again an hour or two. Is absolutely frightening for pretty much in at the most a day for anyone listening. That's pretty sobering. Because you know, the Sandman family is over one knows they didn't sign up for this know Nicholson, a class trip to Washington DC and days later, all of a sudden, it becomes a viral video that's been sent around the world a billion times. And now you've got fulls in idiots out there who are Doxa he and his family to ask them told them probably a day before he left with a trip or when he left with the trip. This is going to happen. Hey, he wouldn't have gone in the class wouldn't have gone as well too. It's amazing how in this day and age your life, can but for your life could always change you walk out you hit by a car, you find out you've got some sort of incurable disease. Alex back, you know, with with what he's going through. We'll get later, but those are the things west, but this is a whole different level. Like, you're just living your life doing normal stuff. Like, how many kids how many eighth graders go to the to Washington DC? I it happens all the time. And yet look what happened in San man and go now that's kind of a rarity. Well, it seems like that's happened a lot these days, isn't it? It. Sure is. And it's funny. How you mentioned that because I have a child who is about to go to DC on a school trip in October. And during a meeting with parents just a couple of weeks ago, this entire topic came up, you know, and how the school in the chaperones will be addressing this particular thing to make sure that that our kids are able to avoid these types of confrontations. And so now, I would imagine across the country schools who are planning trips like this are also having this conversation because of this one event yesterday in Frankfort Kentucky, Ted Sandman father, Nixon men from Cup CAF testify before committee, and that committee pass through a doc seeing law, which basically would make any legal for people to publish private sensitive information like Email phone numbers addresses school stuff like that in order to kind of. Gotcha. The Gotcha thing. That's what dachshund years releasing those documents in order for someone to be harassed by the by the. The online world and they're looking at a passing. Now. Here's the big question is first of all is this. I I'm guessing it's not illegal in any way, shape or form right now is it. So in two other states, excuse me in two other states. We have a very similar type of deal, and that's in in Minnesota and Nevada have laws, but not necessarily dachshund what they that kind of orbit cannot. There's other two states have laws against the ISP's from disseminating personally, identifiable information. So if you're a person like you're at home, and you want a doctor neighbor because you're mad at them, then and you do that stuff. Well in order to get on the internet. You have an ISP since the law in that state is the ISP kids put that information out there. If you use your service provider to post this public information, then the internet service provider can have you charged with a felony. So it's a backdoor way to have this exact same type of law rest Kentucky's state. Not forty is. Just the no matter how you get there. If you post this stuff, it's going to be a felony. Is this good lar- bad law? It's a start, you know, as with all things technology, the law is always behind modern tech. And so this was a law that probably should have been a thing, you know, two or three years ago, but it's getting there and no catch up. So in the end, I think it's a good thing to get started. I think wants to I challenge happens. Whatever legal challenge comes up, we'll show wherever the pitfalls might be exactly. That's the way it is Davy IT guy. He's got a podcast iheartradio. And joining this morning talking about this on the aq- hearing centers dot com hotline. Dave, thanks again for the time. Appreciate somebody to be. There you go. The thing with dachshunds. It's really interesting basically three ways that is used. One of them is is what they call punching down in. Meaning that we've seen this with relationships that break up, for example, the guy in the girls split the relationship. Girl calls it off the guy is a way to get. Seek revenge starts putting all her private information out there post her name your picture. Her Email address on her phone number on the.

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"ted sandman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"ted sandman" Discussed on KOMO

"News for your Thursday. Frank lensey. At the editor's desk. With Gregg Hersholt, I'm MandA factor. Former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort is about to learn his faced with a sentencing hearing today in court Manafort was convicted of tax evasion. Bank fraud and failing to report foreign lobbying in a Virginia federal court. He pleaded guilty to similar charges in the case in Washington DC, he'll be sentenced for those next week. Protesters in California are continuing to demand Justice for Stefan. Clark Clark was the unarmed black man shot and killed by Sacramento. Police last year a group staged a sit in at the Sacramento police department yesterday before taking part in a March. The protest follows the announcement over the weekend that criminal charges will be filed against the officers who shot Clark a shocking revelation from Arizona Republican Senator Martha mcsally she reveals that she was sexually assaulted while she served in the air force. So is preyed upon and then raped. By a superior officer, the perpetrators abused their position of power in profound ways that was MC Sally yesterday during a Senate Armed Services subcommittee hearing on sexual assault in the military ABC, Sherry Preston is on our KOMO Newsline. Who what did we learn about what happened to her Sherry, well, let's a little bit about Martha mcsally first of all she's the first woman air force fighter pilot to fly in combat. She was in the ninth class at the air force academy to allow women. She's more than twenty year vet of the air force. She was deployed six times she's won. The bronze star six air medals. And she says she was assaulted not once but multiple times in the military, including by a superior officer. When she made the statement at a hearing a Senate hearing for sex assault survivors in how to stop sex assault in the military yesterday. Nobody saw it coming. Her aides say it took her days to write this. They were very concerned about this. And and you know, they they'd been waiting for her to read this when she did it was silent in that hearing room. Nobody really expected her to say all of this. And she did she. She came out. She said she happened. She said unlike the women who are at that hearing yesterday, she did not come forward. Because in her words, she did not trust the system, and she felt like the system was in her words raping her all over again. Some really strong words, but something that her aides say it took her a long time to come up with and to actually say publicly, but they're glad she did. Because they're hoping something is done about it. Now, do we know whether her alleged assailant's ever face Justice for this the she did not come forward? And she did not report them, you know, and she's she's not required to do that. She says she wishes she had the question is will she at this point. That'll be completely up to her. You Senator Kirsten gillibrand has been fighting for new ways to to go forward with sex assaults and military for a long time. In fact, in two thousand thirteen she suggested that you know, she tried to pass a Bill that said anybody who comes forward with any kind of sex assault allegations, the military, it should not go up the military chain of command. It should be given not to. Civilian prosecutors, but to military prosecutors rather than the accusers commanders because in some cases, indicates that Martha mcsally the accusers commander was the person who assaulted her is what she says those what she's alleging. Anyway, I mean that did not pass in two thousand thirteen even though Senator gillibrand fought hard for it. But since then there have been some changes in the military the statute of limitations on sex assault. Charges has been gotten rid of they don't have that anymore. And there's also they've also now made it a crime to retaliate against women. There were almost seven thousand reported sex assault in the military in two thousand seventeen that number's gone up. However, according to recent polls, you know, they think that only about a third of the people who actually were assaulted are reporting those because they're afraid of retaliation. All right, Sherri. Thanks for your time this morning, we appreciate it navy sees Sherry Preston. Komo news time five nineteen. The father of a Kentucky teenager who is at the center of a controversial viral video is pushing for a law banning the posting of personal. Information of minors online. Ted Sandman told a Senate committee yesterday that the Bill that they're considering would have protected his son from what's known as Duxing. That's what what happened to Covington Catholic student Nick Sandman after going face to face with a native American leader of the National Mall earlier this year. Komo news.

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"ted sandman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"ted sandman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The latest traffic and weather together highways in good shape at this hour. If you do see a problem give us a call four two one six three nine seven. Now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center, we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation. Learn more at no fear his dot com. Fatty skies today. Chances snow showers this afternoon, we'll see highs in the mid thirties. Snow showers likely tonight one to two inches possible by morning, you're low dropping down to Twenty-eight still some lingering snow showers tomorrow morning change over to rain for the afternoon as the temperature rises to a high of forty one eight is twenty four degrees right now. Five members of Cincinnati city council set to appear in court today where they are expected to admit guilt and texting scandal that will cost taxpayers one hundred thousand dollars. A settlement agreement was reached between the city and those who filed a lawsuit alleging the so-called gang of five violated Ohio open meetings law by texting each other about public business back in two thousand eighteen most notably discussing the termination of Ben city manager, Harry black still waiting for some more details from police, but a woman is now in custody for stealing a forest park. Police cruiser overnight leading officers on a chase before crashing in Dearborn county, Indiana. Meanwhile, nearly two dozen. Children are recovering from injuries suffered in a school bus crash in Dearborn county yesterday. Sheriff's deputies say the south Dearborn school bus was travelling along route three fifty and Aurora when it rear ended a rump key truck, despite the horrific wreckage most students suffered only cuts and bruises one boy did suffer a broken leg. And only two people remain hospitalized. The investigation into the crash is still ongoing fighting internet attacks on minors. Ted Sandman, the father of nNcholas salmon testified yesterday before he Kentucky Senate committee on a Bill that would make doc seeing a crime Bill passes eight is three days. Congratulations, Senator shorter Kentucky Senator, Dan. Sam Senate Bill to forty which is an anti toxin legislation is now headed for the Kentucky house. What sparked discussion of the Bill we're Covington Catholic high school students at the center of controversy student Nick mine's father, Ted Sanmen testifies before the Senate, he attack on Nick. Shove shown how far out of control social media has become the Bill would make it a crime to publicly share a miner's personal information in a harassing intimidating or threatening manner. Troy Adams whose radio seven hundred wwl WBZ, News.

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"ted sandman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:40 min | 2 years ago

"ted sandman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Get started that smile direct club dot com. Cunningham degrading. Let's get at right now. Coming up in one hour is a good friend of rob Sanders. The Kent County commonwealth's attorney out as governor Mike dewine talked to him this morning. He would come on and noon, but he's going to mass at noon, which I like to hear and so he's going to get the ashes at noon as we speak, then after two o'clock today's Wayne Allyn root, live, Las Vegas, Nevada. But until then a good job of Kenton county. That would be rob Sanders. Rob sanders. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show. Rob how are you? I'm doing great Willie. It's great American. It is before we talk about the events tomorrow night with rocky boy man at six o'clock at the life learning center. I note that the father of Nick Sandman, the sixteen year old cub cat, boy that was caught up in the social media firestorm following the incense the right to life rally. Ted Sandman is testifying as we speak in Frankfurt along with. Todd McDowell mcmurtry their attorney to make what happened to him a felony now is from previously speaking with you. I know you might be preparing charges to file in this case. What why why is the dachshund Bill needed? If. What happened is already subjects to some other Kentucky criminal statute. Well, it's not really, quite frankly. There's there's no wall that covers putting the personal identifying information of a juvenile out there on the internet for the purposes of harassing that juvenile. What's commonly known as dachshund, and you know, so many of the complaints that we've received in this case that involved Twitter posts our Facebook post or emails that have come out don't actually threaten physical harm. But they're obviously intended to intimidate and bully and scare and annoy Nick, salmon and other cats students we can't do anything about because under Kentucky law, if there's no threat of physical harm violence. Then it's not something that's actionable criminally now, Todd mcmurtry pursuing a lot of these statements and claims civil actions, and he can do that. But there's nothing that a prosecutor like myself or any one of the other fifty six KOMO up attorneys across Kentucky can do when somebody puts a juvenile personal identifying information out on the internet. There's really no excuse for it. The only reason that anybody could be doing that is so other people can find that person and arrests that person bully that person we're talking about kids, and it's just on acceptable. Oh, it's about time Kentucky catches up with this new social media age and make sure that other kids in the future are being harassed and intimidated and scared the same way rob Sanders, would you thought two or three years ago, you'd be on the radio talking about dachshund that somehow somehow the Hollywood laugh to nose on the east coast wanted to embarrass your to kill and cause harm to a copycat. What was it conceivable even a year or two ago, you would have dachshund, quite frankly Willie? I didn't even know what the term dachshund men in until all this Cup cat stuff. Started to happen and that Saturday morning when all this was going down. I literally had to get on urban dictionary. And look up dachshund and see what it meant. And after after I knew what it meant. Then I understood I'm like, okay, I've seen this before. And yes, this is a bad thing to do to anybody whatsoever. Put it's a horrible thing to do to kids. And that's what we're talking about in. This case is kids sometimes kids make bad decisions that still doesn't mean they should. Doc in this case with the cub camp kids didn't do anything wrong. And they got to all the same even some kids that weren't even on the trip got docs, because the idiots on social media couldn't tell one kid from another. So in social media, which I do some tweeting now. And then that's about it. As I understand it. It is a sport almost to verbally attack. Individuals using social media in such a way that almost borders upon the criminal it went ahead on a few weeks ago. Talking about the fall out of this year. We're talking about criminal investigation to be launched against those who really threatened to kill Nick, salmon, enthronement of would Shrek shredder, for example. How's that coming along? It's it's moving. It's moving a little slower than I would like, but we're at the mercy of those social media companies that possess the information and confirm who it is that runs these accounts who owns these accounts, and where those accounts were logged in what I p addresses these threats came from. So none of the social media companies are located in Kentucky. So there's. I don't wanna say there's nothing we can do about it. But the process to compel them to turn over that information is a very slow process. We have gotten some of it in. I think that we have enough to present charges to a grand jury on at least one person as we speak. And but I don't wanna do it piecemeal. I would prefer to go to the grand jury with multiple defendants, and let them see just what was going on rather than isolate one defendant from another and just come out with with one case and have the world go, what do you mean just one person gotten dated, you know, this was widespread? So we want to have at least a good representation not necessarily that. Every single threat will go in front of the grand jury at the same time. But we want to be able to present multiple cases to the grand jury. And as soon as we have enough to go forward on multiple cases will do. So sooner Marsh six. Rob sanders. You're saying there's as a good good chance. Maybe even a probability that sometime this month. There's going to be multi-count indictments against multi individuals for threatening to kill Nick Sandman. There will be multiple cases presented to the grand jury that I'm competent and saying, and it will obviously be up to the grand jury about how many indictments get returned. And how many counts of those indictments that return? But I think that there's plenty of information plenty of evidence for them to consider. And you know, what really this isn't even over. I got an Email early. Is this morning? Late. I should say is this morning from the principle of cub. Cath communicating yet another Email that he received in a threat that was made in it's coming from a fairly anonymous g mail account. But now we're having to subpoena those records from g mail to find out who this is that still today here, we sit like you said March six months past the event, and it's still going on in these lunatics out there hiding behind keyboards making threats of harm against children. They've lost their minds in this. There's got to be a stop put to it at some point these people, obviously, no. Prime reason as to what they do. They have no concept that what they're doing violating the law of they should. I mean, everybody should know that you can't Britain kids, but they're just going at it with reckless abandon. They just don't care who they threaten the intimidate who they bully, and it's bad enough to do it against any adult. But you certainly can't be doing it against kids. I guess in reality if you walk into somebody in Covington Sam going to kill you. I'm gonna throw you into a what Chipper I'm gonna shred you. I'm gonna cut you in half. That's actionable criminally many people think behind a keyboard, you have anonomity. Nobody knows who you are. And that's okay. Well, that's what they think. And that's just far from the tree. From the truth. It's amazing how how much bravado comes out of folks when they're hiding behind a keyboard. They say things and makes threats and threats to do harm threats to kill all sorts of things that would never happen if they had to look the people in the face that they're making these threats to, but as long as they're, you know, probably in their mom's basement somewhere on behind that keyboard Pam in a at the computer screen, they're saying things that they would never say in person house Cup can't do in the last six weeks as far as I can tell Cup cats doing great life's back to normal. I think obviously there being more cautious going forward. But you know, the basketball team just want a big game to go to the Sweet Sixteen. They're playing the number one team in the state coming up, but they're doing well, you know, they're they're looking for another state championship. And I think the school is looking to get back to life as normal and and get past this as much as possible, though, I don't think that they'll ever get entirely past it, you know, dealing with this case in with this harassment has become the new normal. According to Catholic, Nick Sandman. Back to school, Nick salmon is back to school. That's good. So as far as moving forward, the we're look forward to this March this some probable criminal indictments against individuals. And so this new law being debated today in Frankfurt would enhance present law. But it wouldn't give you tools. You don't already have. No. It would definitely give us tools that we don't have right now, this dachshund, that's what I'm saying that putting the juvenile like putting Nick salmon or any other juvenile. I don't want to name the other ones. His is the only one that's been thrown out there publicly, but there are several other juveniles at cut calf that have had their name their address their parents names, their siblings names, their cell phone numbers. Their Email accounts are Facebook pages, all their other social media. It's all been put out there. Some of it accurately at least in terms of who was there. Although we know they weren't doing anything wrong, but accurately in terms of them being there some inaccurately, but there's nothing we can do about that right now because it doesn't contain a specific threat of violence or death. So we can't do anything about dachshund because it's not illegal in Kentucky. But this law that's being proposed in there. They're kicking around down in the judiciary committee today. It would make it illegal to put identifying information of a juvenile out on the internet for the purposes of bullying intimidating, well, according to the media accounts to Bill would make it a crime when you identify a minor online with the intent to intimidate abuse, threaten, harass or frighten him or her and that would give you additional tools in your tool belt. Yes. In other words, you know, all these people making these threats wouldn't be able to dance around why didn't make a specific threat of physical harm. So I'm dodging responsibility for the bullying and intimidation that I'm doing to children. You know, just the putting that information out there because I think it's, you know, it's pretty obvious. What the intent of this dachshund is when you see it especially in the context of what was going on in Washington DC in terms of the Cup students. It's very obvious. What people were trying to do these students that what we need more help from Kentucky's legislature in preventing going forward. We need the ability to protect these kids from this harassment from this bullying from this intimidation and rob Sanders. Commonwealth attorney lastly the life learning center, there's a big event tomorrow night at six o'clock with your friend and mine rocky boy, man..

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"ted sandman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"ted sandman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"W seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap. I placing former military medics and communities improving access for the health of America. The Blue Cross Blue shield association is an association of independent locally operated. Blue Cross Blue shield companies diamonds. All right. Brian combs is here front and center. And who might be speaking today we could hear for the first time from the father of the cub caffeine shown in that viral video his name is Ted Sandman, and he is expected to testify in the capital in Kentucky about legislation that would help. But he says the next handed Nick Sandman by criminalising what we call dachshund in the state of Kentucky the legislation has been proposed. The Senate Bill. One forty now. There's a hearing today in the Kentucky Senate at noon, and Santa will testify along with one of the attorneys that is representing the Sandman family in connection with a number of the libel and slander suits that are expected to come over coverage of the March for life trip of calf students to Washington DC. Basically, this makes it a crime to identify a minor online with the intent to intimidate them. Threaten them ask them or try to scare them. And it would involve releasing you know information like where they live age school. They go to things like that, and the hysteria that followed the tax on the students, and there were a number of students who were falsely identified as being there being part of it, and they had some point feared for their lives and file complaints with police in Kentucky. We know that that investigation by park hills police continues, and we expect some criminal. Charges that come out of that as well. My problem with that is policing it because it's something. Other. And that's what what's hindered the investigation into bringing charges of intimidation or harassment, which you could still file similar charges that are on the book now, but denting who's operating these websites, or you know, who's behind a certain tweet as police found is extremely difficult. Okay. Coming up in our news at six o'clock. We'll have more on the battle over raising the gas tax in Ohio house expected today the cut the proposed amount that the governor called the bare minimum to raise the gas tax..

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"ted sandman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"ted sandman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Each side believes. It was the first to be time. Ted Sandman says his chaperone students permission to shout school chance and attempt. He says to drown out the Hebrew Israelites with five days after the event and savannah Guthrie still says it's not clear, which means one of two things either. She's Eliah all she really in the last five days. Nobody on her team herself included has actually watched the video which shows the black Israelite Hebrew cult taunting and insulting the kids and then Nathan Phillips walking into the crowd of high school is a stunning look a lot of people are outraged. I wrote a piece about this. On the lessons of nNcholas Sandman for American greatness yesterday. Jimmy, the different take on it. You think this is a good event. Why do you think we should be happy about the Covington incident? Not for the abuse. The boys took and the smear of them in any way. But for the left taking it's hateful mask off and showing their true colors in order for things to get better. They have to get worse. I and this was atrocious. This was a shameful disgraceful bigoted play to try and make the wearing of a maga- hat equivalent to a KKK hood. They said that they wanna save you wear that you are automatically. You are self identifying as a racist and a Nazi. And then they totally ignored the mountains of evidence as you said that showed who was the villain and who was the victim. And they turned this poser into a victim when he was the actual billion Nathan Phillips started this. So now these kids have been abused. And we're hopeful that they're going to go to the White House. There's little question as to whether they've been invited yet. Mr President, please take them there. Please feed them burgers and chick fillet. Yes. These kids will love it. You will show the right thing. You don't have to invite Nathan Phillips because he didn't earn it. He lied about. What happened? And he lied about his service, leave him alone. You wanna bring another Representative of a native tribe with some sort. Go ahead. Do it. That's my net might be a good gesture. But not that loser. Maybe some real Vietnam. So boy did he could find some real ones on the right? Okay. So it's a good thing because it on masked left for who they are. But then I go to the next stage for it to get better. Because you're you're at Dhaka's before the but for the sun to rise for it to get better. Something has to change on the left. Do we see any? I mean, there's maybe three people on the left is said mayor COPA. Sorry. I messed up. But do you see any sign of any self policing on the left got savannah Guthrie saying today, we don't know who started it right now, the they they are not going to change themselves. It's gonna require external pressure. Now, we beat them on this story. All right. Collectively the right through a BS flag on this and said, you're not getting away with this. But to beat them systemically, we have to change the institutions, which means they're not going to change themselves. They're happy the playing fields tilted their direction. So what we need is an independent fact checking organization that we should make Silicon Valley pay for as payment a syntax for their viewpoint discrimination and go ahead and take people from experts from the right left and centre wait their opinions based on their bias. He's and then go ahead and use that instead of snow and ESPN real a real fact checking organization, not a left-wing dressed up the party line who's gonna just rubber stamp their biases. I did. But how do you make the left? Listen to that. That's where the government comes in got a big fan of government intervention. But since we're running it right now navy guys like Bill bar, the new AG who said, maybe Google needs a little antitrust scrutiny in his confirmation hearing and agit pie the FCC chair who mentioned the same thing about Facebook, Google and Twitter that if they're conducting viewpoint discrimination that ain't right? And maybe the FCC should look at it. Now, they can either Silicon Valley and the rest of them can either go ahead and fix themselves and play or they can visit visit from the government who's just coming to help. But say they agree to it. And they buy in and they even fund a real snow. It's going to be the fact check the check for the left and the right, which is a great idea does that necessarily change the culture of doing business. No, but fear, and shame are great things. I mean, how many times we caught a BuzzFeed with that garbage about Michael Cohen? Yeah. Now, you got Covington there, so many instances where all their mistakes seem to smear the right? So if you've got a group that can actually throw a flag on the play and say, no, and it's not just a right wing organization. Calling flag on them. It's the left and people they respect saying, no, you can't do that. That's no longer. Good. I think Shane is an shunning and those kinds of things are we don't use enough of. So let's let's make them fear. You know that that BS flag calls the next. I want to hear about what does a maga- hat mean to you. But also your take on what Oncle JIMBO Jim Hansen is proposing here a real snoops. Do you think it could work on numbers? Eight three three three three Gorkha G O R K eight three three three three four six seven five two in the last minute. We have with you, Jim. How long is this going to last thirty three? You are very keen observer of things swamp ish, how long is this going to take, you know, the funny thing was Covington through a real monkey wrench in the left plan to showcase starving federal workers and Shane into into restarting the government. I don't think it can go much longer. But I just I have faith that Trump is not going to give in and so Pelosi in the left or crazy enough to keep it going. I'll go ten days ten more days. Interesting. But you know, we were in the White House a few of us radio-types on Thursday. Didn't you choke Mukasa? While you were there are used the full stroke. And he he he ran away. Really? I didn't show Abilio ability of you're you're listening. You're a little punk of a cow. But hey, everybody knew that. You know, I didn't do that. But we chatted with the president on a couple of things Syria, the shutdown on the border wall. We can't talk about the details. But I'll tell you one thing, and it's clear from what he said publicly. He's not caving. Everybody understands this. He's not renegotiating national security as it is in the border. It's just not happening not happening. So all you maga- wearers. It's okay. Ten days. I think that's the minimum. I think that's the minimum. It might be a little longer. But I think it's it's good. It's safe money safe money. This is Sebastian Gorka with uncle JIMBO follow him on Twitter. Follow the security studies group. Studies dot org amazing work, especially on national security. That's not elite opinion driven.

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"ted sandman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ted sandman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The confrontation each side believes. It was the first to be time. Ted Sanmen says his wait, wait, wait. Wait, wait. There are claims that the Catholic kids started taunting. I have not read one credible statement at that has what happened. Go on please. Who actually started the confrontation each side believes? It was the first to be time. Ted Sandman says his chaperone gay students permission to shout school chance and attempt. He says to drown out the Hebrew Israelites. Do you think it was a good idea to start chanting back at the protest chanting back? Spot to wait for buses, but at the time being positive seemed better than letting them slander us with all of these things. So I wish we could have walked away. Did anyone shout any insult back or any racial slurs back at the group were a Catholic school in? It's not tolerated. Weren't they don't tolerate racism, and none of my kids are racist. People. Did anyone say L? L the wall. I never heard anyone say build the wall. And I don't think I've seen it in any videos after a review the videos NBC news could not hear anyone shouting that.

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