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"troppo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Ordered bile troppo is expected to speak at the sentencing fox's tonnage of powers a shooting last night in Kentucky is a sure Stephanie McCurry county in critical condition this morning the accused gunman was arrested this is fox news six two and good morning Patrick Osborne this news brought you by apple leasing and topping Austin's news capital metro officials say they hope the city of Leander will reconsider the plan to back out of the long standing agreement with the transit agency city council will vote on that tomorrow can't measure executive vice president taught him extant talked to gave you says Leander would end up paying more money if it contracts for transit service instead pay the same amount or to get what they have today they pay more so and in that regard we think it's a good deal and but we're always ready and willing to work with them to count the votes in favor of ending the agreement voters will get the final say but that probably wouldn't happen until sometime next year for the second time this month the capital metro buses caught fire three lanes of southbound one eighty three a in cedar park were closed for three hours only the driver was on board though no injuries reported last week a cat metro bus caught fire near south Congress an old horse and last summer that much audible twenty eight buses out of service because of another fire on north on one eighty three that also led to the closure of all lanes of that road another decision either we watch closely tomorrow in the enters a change the policies related to rental space of the public libraries falls a highly controversial event involving men dressed as women reading to children security for protest outside of that one event cost the city more than twenty thousand dollars the one proposed change would be a requirement that anyone reading a convert from there the library pays for their own security some Austin businesses fear the city's easing of homes ordinances will attract more people know same dire circumstances Clint straight of straight music company in south Austin hopes the city where it made the right move here but he's not holding out much hope just because I feel like when I talk to both city council and the mayor it just doesn't seem like it's going to get any better and in the short term he says in his business he seen trash cans broken into a man bathing in the store's restaurant occasionally finds needles in the parking lot because all that though the by products of an already large homeless population so the Austin council loosening of those homeless ordinances really created a huge debate across the city next Tuesday the downtown Austin alliance will host a safety form discussing all of these changes Austin please see bright manly will be among the speakers discussing how those changes have impacted his department DA is been very opposed to allow the homeless to camp in most public spaces and it is now six oh four and losses on time traffickers done prior we've got a wreck right now on a six twenty and little elm so little bit slow there otherwise main line to the major thoroughfares usual stuff building muscle notably on north.
"troppo" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The past two years. That began with a tip from MS thirteen this resident walks through the preserve frequently and says this phone stop him missing whoever it is certainly not gonna stop you from going in. I don't think the hanging out the police Commissioner says the park is very safe. He doesn't believe there are any other bodies buried there, Carol Diori attenton wins on Long Island. Back in two thousand seventeen and nineteen year old man's remains were found again a victim of an MS thirteen butchering right in that same area. Please do say it is likely that the. To crime. Scenes are related wins news time seven thirty one. From the ram trucks, traffic center, here's Gloria troppo. Let's start out with what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels. It looks like there's still some police activity on the Brooklyn Bridge going into Manhattan on the ramp to the FDR drive, see some lane closures, their mom allotted Lezo, because there are too many people out on the roads just yet, Holland tunnel, a five to ten in both directions Lincoln's five to ten and the Georgia's five to ten in both directions now. Heading out to what we see on long island's big three have you wanna head out to the beach daleks pretty good? No problems on the state or the southern states. If you're going go now you won't run into any problems. If you're heading down the shore. I don't see any issues on the turnpike or the Garden State Parkway, either. So that's always good news. Meanwhile, if you're taking the train out to Long Island, well, that's not so good. The L A double are still has suspensions on the Montauk branch east of patch. So you take a train to patch hug, then you get off, take a bus between batch patch fog in Hampton bays. And then another shuttle train that's between Hampton bays and montoc traffic. And transit every ten minutes on the one's and breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. I'm Gloria top ten ten wins. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's employee of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the hi Jamie. It's me,.
'El Chapo' Guzman's sons busted on drug conspiracy charges
"Choppers. Two sons indicted on drug trafficking charges. It's believed there in Mexico. The Justice department in the United States says the two conspire to distribute cocaine meth and marijuana from Mexico and imported here into the US. Their father convicted this month by a jury in New York on all ten counts, including drug trafficking and money laundering. I'll troppo scheduled to be sentenced in June. But his lawyers say they plan to appeal the conviction.
"troppo" Discussed on KCRW
"This is press play I'm Madeline brand naked escapes through bathtub tunnels, one hundred million dollar bribes mistress's drugs. It does not get better than this the trial of Joaquin Guzman. Laura the Mexican drug Lord known as El Chapo has been going on for months and the crazy fascinating testimonies while they just keep coming here to tell us the latest as Keegan Hamilton US editor of vice news, and host of the podcast Chapo kingpin on trial. Hi, hello. Thanks for having me. Great to have you. So the biggest news out of the trial this week. I guess, you know, just this that El Chapo apparently paid Mexican president and Wikipedia NATO about one hundred million dollars in bribes. That is the allegation that came from one of the witnesses this week it was actually witness being questioned at the time by Trump was defense attorneys and the claim was based on previous statements that he made to US law enforcement, and he said that the president of Mexico shortly after he. Won the election before he took office requested a two hundred and fifty million dollar bribe Chapo, basically counter offer of one hundred million dollars. That was apparently paid three political consultants with suitcases full of cash like negotiating over the bribe. That's what he said. And it's important to note that this again was asked by Trump was defense team. Yeah. So any reaction from NATO after that came out his former spokesperson for his has denied it. And basically said that it's a defamatory lie. The theories that he bribed his way out of the prison. However, it's important to note that opinion NATO was president when Trump was captured both times in twenty fourteen and twenty sixteen and to was the president who extradited him from Mexico to the United States to stand trial that we're currently at. So if he did pay that one hundred million dollar bribe, perhaps you should have gone for the full two hundred and fifty million. Here today. Worth. Oh, okay. Well, speaking of the escape, let's talk about the naked bathtub tunnel escapade. Oh my gosh. One of the witnesses. This week was a woman who was at one point a local elected official in seeing Loa who became Trump mistress and was also involved in his drug business. This woman was present with troppo at a house in queens seen. Aloha win the DA in the next marines came on a raid. Trying to capture him troppo escapes through a tunnel was hidden underneath his bathtub and the woman who is testifying said that he was totally naked as this happened because the marines came calling with a battering ram when his front door at four o'clock in the morning while they were in bed together. Where did he get some clothes? So the this tunnel. And actually, we went inside of it's part of it for reporting for a podcast connects to the sewer system underneath the city of Khan. So we had to run through the sewer tunnels for she estimated at least an hour before they come out at sort of a canal similar to like the LA river or something like that. We're chop chop was men is waiting with a car to pick them up and presumably he brought some clothes for his boss. Oh my gosh. Okay. Well, where do we go from there? Okay. Let's we could talk about the text messages with this other woman. He had that showed that he really liked to mix business with pleasure. Yeah. I mean, we heard about that from one of the previous witnesses who testified about sort of this spyware that troppo had installed on the phones of his wife and mistresses and those messages revealed his way of aiming -taining multiple relationships with women and be that he would use these women to conduct his drug business. They were coordinating marijuana shipments to the United States foreign buying marijuana in the mountains of senior. Woah, they were involved in front companies. And the messages are frankly, just sort of creepy and weird. He he's selling like, oh my love. I love you so much by three hundred kilos of marijuana. Well, he doesn't compartmentalize it just as all in one big pot fascinating. Because so so far in the trial. I don't wanna see Trump was seemed like a good guy because we have heard about murders that he's allegedly committed and acts of violence, but there was some semblance of him being sympathetic character. This most recent testimony from his mistress. I think shattered that image or anything that was left of it. Because he is you know, manipulating her. She's she felt trapped in this relationship. And it's clear that he's using her for sex and to make money. Yeah. Maybe there was some some romantic interest there at first. But by the time that this rate happens where she's escaped into the bathtub. She said that she'd been trying to escape from this relationship. But felt like she couldn't. Okay. So that's pretty scary on top of that. There have been horrific stories about what he did to people how he killed them. Really egregious acts of torture that he oversaw ordered has that come out in this trial. So we haven't heard about troppo personally participating acts about so we haven't heard a witness say that they saw tropical pulled the trigger himself yet. However, you know, we've heard multiple people say that he had no problems about ordering murderers heard one witness say that when he came to visit troppo in the mountains and seeing a low he he saw a man who is naked and chained to a tree presumably because he'd he'd wrongs the cartel was being punished by by that and the creepiest thing, honestly that we heard from the recent testimony from his mistress was she's sitting at a table eating a meal with chop chop was personal secretary comes in and tells him that his cousin Virgo had died. And at first woman says, you know, maybe it was natural causes but Trump who has his plank look on his face. And then he turns to her and says anyone who betrays me even family or women will die. And that's the salt. The. And that's that's like the darkest side of chocolate, but he had seen in the course of their relationship. And that's when she's really trying to extricate herself. But can't. Yeah. That sounds really a frightening. Well, meanwhile, his wife is at court to hearing this right? His wife has been sitting right behind the trial. And for the most part, she looked on really impassively at all this. It's gotta be hard for her to hear about the relationships that her husband is having with other women to see their text messages showed on screen for everybody. The courtroom to see I think the defense attorney. I mean, she knew had presumably knew what she was getting into. She married, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman leader seen alot of cartel. And the defense attorneys have probably briefed her for what was coming. So she mostly had a face of stone throughout this testimony. But there wasn't moments before the jury had come in after a break when this woman was testifying or excuse me before she had started testifying. She's on the witness stand. You know, in tears, and the judge had to to give her a few minutes to collect yourself for the jury came in in that was when you could see sort of just a wry smile creep onto his wife's face is taking a little bit of pleasure in. You know, the the woman who having an affair with her husband suffer any concern that this woman who testified in any of the other ones testifying will face some kind of drug cartel retribution. Certainly she has good reason to be afraid given what she saw in her time with troppo some of the witnesses. They've taken some some pretty extreme measures to protect them. At least through the witnesses. The courtroom sketch artists were instructed not to draw their faces so that the cartel. Presumably couldn't have a recent image of them to use to track them down. Other witnesses are in protective custody in federal prisons because they've been convicted yes, the cooperating witnesses are for the most part folks who have pled guilty and are testifying against troppo in exchange for reduced sentence. So they're serving out their time testifying at the trial while they're still in custody. It seems kind of funny. I mean, not funny hobbit odd that there's a trial at all. Because is there any doubt that he was running the Sinoloa cartel? It's one thing to think, you know, something, and it's another thing to have the evidence to prove it. And I think there was some some skepticism about what federal prosecutors will be able to show beyond the testimony of cooperating witnesses who obviously have something to gain by testifying. However, you know, we're now nine weeks into the trial. And the evidence has been overwhelming we've seen Trump does drug ledgers that you have sort of the the money side of his business. We've heard his voice on phone calls discussing drug business. If there was any reasonable doubt about his guilt that biz long gone. So just wondering if he is convicted he goes to a federal penitentiary here in the United States for the rest of his life. Any way that he could actually run the cartel or do anything along those lines from jail. It seems very very very unlikely. The Dow possible I mean, so far he's been in solitary confinement for twenty three hours a day, and the only people allowed to speak with our his attorneys at the federal jail where he's being held while the trial is going on. If he's convicted and sentenced he's most likely going to the supermax prison in Colorado, the so-called Alcatraz of the Rockies. There are other high-profile Mexican drug lords who are kept there. And as far as anyone knows completely out of the picture. It's it's not like Mexico where they can run the prison the corruption level isn't the same. So if troppo does go away, he's probably going away for good. I just have this picture in my mind of all the drug lords hanging out together in supermax prison. Getting the gang back together. Stories, you know, the second it's actually quite a miserable place where the mates are kept in their cells in isolation, basically all day and aren't allowed to interact with each other. So as much as chocolate would like to hang out with his old buddies now from the cartel world. That's probably not gonna happen. And thanks for the update. My pleasure. He can Hamilton. He's US editor vice news and host of.
"troppo" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time, eight twenty as a Newswatch continues. Jerusalem won the trial of one of Mexico's most infamous drug lords, Joaquin El Chapo, go Guzman her testimony this week from the man who helped him spy on family, friends and colleagues twenty one year old IT expert from Columbia opened response is to the power of spyware. And it was that software installed on the phones and computers have family, friends and associates and eventually helped the F B I monitor the activities of the former Sinoloa cartel leader. Reporter Arlene the play GIO. No, sampling, Plugin OSA has been covering the trial for the Los Angeles Times. And she spoke with KCBS was a coal Ross about the revelations. Tell us a little bit about this IT expert. Yeah. He's a pretty fascinating character because he's become quite central to the take down of, you know, one of the world's most notorious drug leaders, essentially, yacky was twenty one years old when he got recruited to work for the cartel, and he created a secure communication system for the cartel. So that allowed groomsmen and his higher ups to talk to each other with some sense of security that they would be having private communications. But guthman than also asked him to install spyware on his associates phones on the phone with his wife on the phone of his mistress in order to keep tabs on the people in his inner circle. And both of those things ended up completely helping FBI built their case against Topo. Now before we get to that before we get to the FBI. Wh what did this man would are the IT expert talk about in terms of Guzman's fascination with this ability to spy? Yeah. So it seems like he just is very paranoid. And it seems like essentially at one point Chapo, ask troppo ass Rodriguez to install the spyware on the internet cafes of Sinoloa of the local Mexican town where he is from because he wanted to be aware of the messages that everyone around him was spending, essentially and. Yeah. And and it it really has become something that has allowed everyone to understand the inner workings of the cartel a lot better because we now have all this information that chapel had essentially spying on the people that were around him. Let's talk about how this this. This man Rodriguez. This the spyware all of this tech helped lead to sort of the takedown in the capture of Guzman. So basically, the FBI could not crack the encryption that Rodriguez had created. So instead, they found Rodriguez, and you know, he was at that point just about twenty three or twenty four years old, and they told him that he would be in serious trouble. If he didn't help them, and he gave them the keys to this encryption of the secret communication system that he had set up. But also made them aware of the fact that El taco had spyware installed in all of these phones around him. So they were able also to get warrants to look at this by wear and now we have messages essentially that people in court were able to hear that have Chabot talking about arranging drug deals, and then there's also just more mundane details like him asking his wife for black moustache tie. But it's become very central to the case. It really lays out the inner workings of the cartel. And how involve chapel was as a micromanager of sorts in these multi ton- trafficking of cocaine and other drugs across the border. You've been covering this trial. What's next? So we are going to hear a more people who were in Altos inner circle. And there have been a variety of witnesses. Who I mean, it seemed like it's a big the trail for troppo. Indeed. Like, there are people who are in his really inner sanctum of cartel leaders who now were arrested also some of them, thanks to the help of Rodriguez locating them, and they have been just giving just a litany of details of brutal drug wars and corruption in Mexico and all the ways that they built this fourteen billion dollar drug empire. And that is reporter Irene applaud Jonah's KCBS.
"troppo" Discussed on KNSS
"Number five. This is a montage. We put together. The drive by media, pushing an amnesty agenda, a pro illegal immigrant agenda. And this is the drive bys little montage of the drive by media reporting on the teargassing, you young mothers and their children as they desperately seek a better life from their war-torn native country patrol agents, deployed tear gas on central Americans seeking asylum. This included women and children troppo at the. They are not seeking asylum. And they have proved it req- that I'm sorry. I can't when I hear these people lie and misrepresent things it's getting tougher and tougher to sit here and let it go by they are not seeking asylum. This is a media creation. They were seeking asylum. They wouldn't wait when they got here. And we're told what the rules are. Oh, you want asylum? Fine. You're going to have to wait until your application is processed. That means you're you're going to be detained over here. And your children are going to be detained over here. When they are told that what do they do? Do they go get in line and wait and follow through on their desire for asylum? They start throwing rocks and may storm the border. These people are not here to seek asylum. I mean, if they could they would because after you get it, then you disappear into the cheerier of the country, and you never go back for your hearing. Before an administrative judge. But that's not what this is about. And we we predicted this from the moment we first heard about these caravans moving toward the southern border. Anyway, here here's the bite. The montage in TOTO US border patrol agents,.
"troppo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Eight hundred million tons of cocaine what how much would that cost? So he said he testified today that a kilo of cocaine back then was wearing. Two thousand dollars in Columbia. Once it got to LA he said that it it was up to twenty five dollars. Got it can reach forty dollars. So I mean, that's my country. This is an an uncountable billions and billions of dollars that these guys were hauling it. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's it's really crazy. Crazy. So that I saw a story that Martinez said that El Chapo ordered ten million dollars in bribes to be paid to police commanders. Yes. So we heard about today about. He was the chief of police Mexican city. You know, what I most powerful law enforcement of our country. Troppo Milosevic friends and very intelligent police officer. Pretty. Receive two or three. Okay. You can fry payments of ten million dollars each. We'll talk. Give us any medications against hammer. People information on enemy, and she was looking for like say hiding. The brothers my turf war began so just like person behind puddles. The eight hundred thousand tons of cocaine times, whatever it was being sold for that. You went through. I mean there was money to bribe everyone in power from the president of Mexico on down to a local beat cop. Right, right. And they and they themselves walked away with billions of dollars. I mean, there's nothing like it in the world. It seems like the machine that the that the drug culture in Mexico produces it's truly truly like on top of bowling. Today. They lost. To explain cartel. Where can you sitting around like a corporation? At the end of the nineteen eighties. Shuffle twenty to twenty five people and by ninety two two hundred pilots top like a pre something secretaries. You know? He it's really unbelievable. Scope of it is just how big this was. Involved while it also shows you how silly futile the US drug war was. There's no way that our law enforcement can compete with that. No, no. It was absolutely. In regard. Yeah. It's we're expecting a lot more. He continues. Tomorrow is expecting. He didn't even take. Two hours. To get it. All. Right. So there's gonna be a lot more tomorrow chapels dinner doing all this today. Pretty. He did not take his eyes. And he looks. Quite kind of hungry. But I think it's kind of a. I can't believe you're here today. He hasn't seen him since nineteen ninety four was it the dose. Yes. There was the desk fair. Yeah. That's that's a good way to put it in. Like. I don't. Today for sure. Eighteen. I'll be believed that. Of the. Of course, three seconds to find out more about his cooperation with the government and the terms of off. Very the. You've called nervously today. One more thing El Chapo, his wife got spanked by the judge for bringing her soon. She she got a light on the rest of the government. Heavy. I'm only three take list they're seeking to limit the defensive rating. She also requesting the metal detectors game video cell phone. Reporters is off as well. Glad go Michigan. I guess she. She learns a finger to. Molly. We appreciate your report. We'll probably hear from you tomorrow. Yeah. Molly crane Newman, new York Daily News reported the latest in the El Chapo trial that drug kingpin in Brooklyn, New York. And again, you can see the prosecution by using witnesses at work with El Chapo, laying out how the whole operation worked it just laying the framework even the foundation for the bigger case against the for all all the idiots and riffraff in this country that likes to snort cocaine up their nose inject heroin meth smoke marijuana. Nice billions and billions and billions of dollars coming up up your nose.
"troppo" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"There are other people relying on sure, and I I I wrote a letter to my wife, and it was sort of explaining to things one was the usual things you would say about, you know. The Gia lover. And that kind of thing the second though was trying to explain why I went because I had started this. I felt like it was my responsibility to go. And that number two that if I sort of chickened out of going at that stage. She wouldn't want to be with me anyway because I'd be pretty miserable for having blinked in the eye of of of being personally nervous or scared about doing my job. Shake shaft and his colleagues were gathered in the hotel room when Pedro Flora's walked in without his brother. He would be negotiating for both of them. They were largely inseparable in the sense of they had they had been in this together from the outset. And it is my belief that that if only one of them had wanted to cooperate neither of them would have hitter. Juris slight softspoken a guy who had blend easily into a crowd. But as he started talking about the brothers operation. Shake shaft was stunned his initial description of the structure of his organization, and I by his organisation, their organisation, and the volume of drugs that they were distributing on a monthly basis was Jon Robin, the brothers agreed to help shake shaft and his colleagues in exchange for lenient treatment when it came to their own crimes. So while they were still in Mexico. What they did is they started making phone calls negotiating deals with the cartel and recording them and because of their position in the cartel as these major figures these wholesale buyers. There was no one they couldn't get to on November fifteenth two thousand and eight Pedro place to call to chop. Oh, mon- himself. He got understand at that time. Troppo was the most wanted drug traffic on the planet. There were no recent photos of him people couldn't say for sure what he looked like he was a rumor a ghost. But or just dial them up. Suddenly here was his voice saying, oh, how's your brother?.
"troppo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's on the ground that the president wants NPR media. Correspondent David Folkenflik. Thanks, david. You bet. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. One of the most notorious drug kingpins in the world is on trial in federal courthouse in Brooklyn opening statements began today in the case against Joaquin Guzman, better known as El Chapo, El Chapo, has pleaded not guilty to charges that could send him to prison for life. The counts range from drug and weapons conspiracy to money laundering. We're joined now by someone who was in the courtroom today, Keegan Hamilton host devices, podcast, Chapo, welcome. Thank you for having me on here from the courthouse. So we know this is not a typical trial because for one thing. US marshals are escorting jurors to and from the courthouse each day. What did it feel like to be in the courtroom today? It was a pretty interesting day at two of the jurors actually dropped out this morning at one of them because they said they were afraid to participate in the trial. Some most of the morning with spent trying to find two replacements to fill their slots in opening statements didn't start until later in the afternoon and some of the jurors appeared a little uncomfortable and is hard not to be with the level of security. That's inside the courtroom in all over the courthouse. In around the perimeter of the courthouse now, El Chapo has this really felt flamboyant history, he's become this larger than life. Character. Have new details about his story come out at this trial so far about how he allegedly ran this multibillion dollar drug rain, so in the in the prosecution's opening statement, and they went I this afternoon, these sort of outlined in broad strokes. Exactly what you just mentioned the this figure of El Chapo who ran his multibillion dollar drug empire. And was personally responsible they allege for multiple murders. What was new is? We heard for the first time today what the defense plans to say in response to that. And essentially their takeaway is that Trump alleged partner in the scene a little cartel miles. Imbaba is the real leader of the cartel and had put the spotlight on troppo to take away from from him. Now. My of course, is still free in Mexico has never been captured. And some of his his sons are expected to be cooperating witnesses against troppo. So that's usually the defense's main strategy is is mostly these other guys. It wasn't El Chapo, it was it was this one other guy who's his partner saying that we can make troppo famous and put the spotlight on hand. While I take care of my business without attracting the attention the other element that the defense played up today, which was kind of expected was that all of the cooperating witnesses who are expected to testify against Trump can't be believed simply because they're criminals who are cooperating in exchange for leniency from the government. How much evidence does it feel like the prosecution has on El Chapo? I mean, do you have a sense that we are going to be expecting a really strong case being put forward in the coming weeks. So in addition to those cooperating witnesses, there's at least sixteen of them that that we know about we don't know their names exactly yet. But the government also today referenced text messages, they have Trump audio recordings some video recordings including video that he made for Sean Penn in his interview with Rolling Stone, essentially discusses being a drug trafficker. So it seems that they have a wealth of evidence to pull from and it's unclear whether or not the jurors are going to buy it was all some other guy making troppo looked like the kingpin. That's Keegan Hamilton, the host of the podcast chop. Oh, thank you very much for joining us today. Thanks for having me..
"troppo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. One of the most notorious drug kingpins in the world is on trial in a federal courthouse in Brooklyn opening statements began today in the case against Joaquin Guzman, better known as El Chapo, El Chapo, has pleaded not guilty to charges that could send him to prison for life. The counts range from drug and weapons conspiracy to money laundering. We're joined now by someone who was in the courtroom today, Keegan Hamilton, host of ISIS podcast troppo. Welcome. Thank you for having me on here from the courthouse. So we know this is not a typical trial because for one thing. US marshals are escorting jurors to and from the courthouse each day. What did it feel like to be in the courtroom? Today was a pretty interesting day on two of the jurors actually dropped out this morning at one of them because they said they were afraid to participate in the trial. Some most of the morning was spent trying to find replacements to fill their slots opening statements didn't start until later in the afternoon and some of the jurors appeared a little uncomfortable and his hard knocks view with the level of security. That's inside the courtroom in all over the courthouse. And around the perimeter of the courthouse now, El Chapo has this really felt flamboyant history he's become this larger than life. Character. Have new details about historic come out at this trial. So far about how he allegedly ran this multi billion dollar drug ring. So in the in the prosecution's opening statement. They went I after noon, they sort of outlined in broad strokes. Exactly what you just mentioned this figure of El Chapo who ran his multibillion dollar drug empire and was personally responsible they allege for multiple murders. What what was new is? We heard for the first time today what the defense plans to say in response to that. And essentially their takeaway is that L Choco's alleged partner seen alot of cartel miles. Zimbabwe is the real leader of the cartel and had put the spotlight on Chapo to to take away from from him. Now. My, of course, still free in Mexico has never been captured in some of his his sons are expected to be cooperating witnesses against troppo. So that's usually the the defense's main strategy is is mostly these other guys wasn't El Chapo, it was it was this one other guy his partner saying that we can make troppo famous and put the spotlight on him. While I take care of my business without attracting the attention the other element that the defense played up today, which was kind of expected was that all of the cooperating witnesses who are expected testify against the atrop- can't be believed simply because they're criminals who are cooperating exchange for leniency from the government. How much evidence does it feel like the prosecution has on chapel? I mean, do you have a sense that we are going to be expecting a really strong case being put forward in the coming weeks. So in addition to those cooperating witnesses, there's at least sixteen of them that that we know about we don't know their names exactly yet. But the government also today referenced text messages, they have Trump audio recordings some video recordings, including the video that he made for Sean Penn in his interview with Rolling Stone, essentially discusses being a drug trafficker. So it seems that they have a wealth of evidence to pull from and it's unclear whether or not the jurors are going to buy that. It was all some other guy making troppo looked like the kingpin. That's Keegan Hamilton, the host of the podcast chop. Oh, thank you very much for joining us today next. Me. On.
"troppo" Discussed on Chapo: Kingpin on Trial
"Opponent HALE in wire frame glasses. She's close to ninety and needs to help walking her granddaughter. Trump was niece looks to be in her late twenties is also with her and it's clear right away. The conceal isn't thrilled assess well just in like journalists cheated TB interview a while back and in life how she was portrayed. This study. Okay. Those solemness by we had all sorts of questions, but we simply just showed up at her doorstep, and she didn't want to say too much. So we asked her about her son when he was a boy come White House way for the whole in. The bullet cheek what she's saying he's always been a really hard worker. There's this whole mythology around troppo early years in the mountains. Part of the origin story is that his family was dirt poor and that his first job was selling oranges by the side of the road Santa KKK in office. And then that s. He found. You'll know Sienna Wendy. She says, yeah, he saw oranges embed she made. Apparently, he also farmed fruits and vegetables and got a sore in a nearby town to sell him snacks and candy on credit. Then he sold that stuff. Too. Started a little business for himself. Some money who just say to me, he said good, son. Shyam is very loved here. And people are all him troppo being in prison. It's clearly hard for her. She tears up talking about how the family isn't allowed to visit him. Give thing. Thing. You're saying the government to advantage of m. Did whatever they pleased with him. But this was unfair. Caster nothing, but a man whatever Marica with and, but you also believe that God it's on his side. And that the best lawyer he could ever have was Scott. Onto. There is shame on sitting with us. During interview assisted things have gotten worse since Trump has been gone. Memento k. Ever. Since of Chapa was put in prison. Everything has had wars here in that tuna violent crime. But also more poverty in Hong. Why do we have water he says because both chapels every time I said, I think of him. Chairman others in his room filled. Thoroughly forgotten by the government, and they rely on campaigns like L chapel to provide basic services like clean drinking water..
"troppo" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The court imposed deadline under this month they say they will not be doing dna tests and that they will not be checking the backgrounds of the other individuals the other adults where these children are expected to end up rosa florez reporting they added it could add placed kids in danger rather but judge dana sabre in san diego wrote in an order that unfortunately quote hhs appears to be operating in a vacuum entirely divorced when the undisputed circumstances of the case and quote us officials are saying that north korea's working on a time line for the transfer of servicemembers remains after talks today to talk about the return of more than five thousand remains of us servicemembers still missing from the korean war changed north korea no one could be short down we are now hearing that the agreement is fourteen to twenty one days of course barbara starr reporting the president and his team arrived in helsinki for the meeting with russian president vladimir putin but under the shadow of recent indictment the president and first lady walked off air force one was an entourage of embassador and finish officials waiting for them the large part of the backdrop for these meetings is the indictments by robert muller's team friday alleging twelve russians were specifically engaged in hacking efforts during the twenty sixteen campaign speaking with cbs news mr trump says yes he'll bring the hacking and expects ladimir putin to again deny it plus he's ready to blame the opposition i think the dnc should be ashamed of themselves for allowing themselves to be hacked they had bad defenses the president's own intelligence chiefs say moscow is trying to affect the outcome of the midterm elections with putin's blessing bob costantini with the president in helsinki wins news time six fifty one expanded traffic and transit from the ram trucks traffic center here is gloria troppo looking at the south on major deegan emc some slowdowns going into the cross bronx and that's all because of an earlier accident of course there's just a lot of people heading south in that direction as well westbound cross bronx has pockets of delay from the bronx river parkway into the george washington bridge and here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels the george washington bridge inbound is thirty to thirty five minutes and a little bit slow just getting across the span outbound twenty to twenty five on both levels the lincoln tunnel you're gonna see a twenty to twenty five minute wait inbound ten to fifteen on the outbound side ten or fifteen in both directions at the holland tunnel to eighty seven in new jersey northbound exit fiftyseven still dealing with that fuel spill and tractortrailer fire it's got the right lane blocked now here's what we see on long island's big three starting to see those delays building up fairly quickly on the e westbound as you make your way from post road into the cross island parkway westbound state house some delays from lakeville road into the cross and the westbound seven state expect some slowdowns from the member into exit seventeen meanwhile if you're taking poucher ends all pat transit train stations are closed between christopher and west thirty third street while they install positive train controls you can take the world trade center train and.
Putin and Kim Jong discussed on WYDE
"That viral video where the cease three scrawny guys in there dancing to a song and the each have this mass gone troppo putin in a kim jong un mask the mask would completely realistic to the point that you feel like your watching those dancing together to bruno mars now does that make you feel at ease or did it give you a little bit of the hands and had a sense of world peace to it they seem like they were really getting along they grinding or is this more of like a jazz.
"troppo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Level they're targeting lower level members of the scene a lower cartel and kozel being guzman's cartel correct and started really kind of dismantling each level in arresting until we got to the next layer and before you knew it we were doing undercover operations around the globe we had introduced diego to several high level players within the scene a lower cartel that we're moving millions of dollars and we began laundry during the cartels money and that's a tool that da has access to through the proper authorisations of course where we can exploit drug trafficking organizations and start identifying people within the cartel to the target true and diego had infiltrated this in a lower cartel together they were quite the cracks team so really we became a powerful pair and had some tremendous success and climb the ladder within the scene level cartel and we're left with one person to target that one person of course was al troppo in two thousand twelve drew realized that in order to get his mind he needed to move to mexico and get into the heart of el chapo own territory but drew also had his wife and young family to consider i was very uncomfortable decision and my wife and i she's she's a saint she's been with me every step of the way and i can remember having a lot of hesitation before we moved and she just said ey what's your gut telling you and i said it's to go through and his family packed up and moved to mexico.
"troppo" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Of thousands still without power across the area the repairs on the cleanup continuing his the ninety at academy awards tonight the possibility that history could be made it a number of categories we'll have a preview under new legislation to be introduced in albany this week armed teachers would be banned from schools across the state and if he getting married in new york city you'll be paying through the nuptials you will believed the average cost of a wedding in our area is the highest in the nation ten ten wins accu weather mostly cloudy tonight low thirty one sunny skies for the most part tomorrow high fortyfour iran's second straight spring outing that steven that's loud five run to the mets yankees lose to the raise the knicks are in sacramento tonight the nets will play the clippers of the devil's host the vegas golden knights wins news time four twenty one from the ram trucks traffic center fears gloria troppo let's good start out with what we see on long island's big three starting to look a little bit harry they're on the la in the northern state nonstate westbound exit twenty seven and that cell to rock road the right and center lanes are closed with police activity looks like an accident and you do have delays back to be life connector now the la is heavy westbound from the connector over towards shelter rock road is well looks like people just jumping over for some to avoid the accident on the northern state parkway and fortunately this causing delays now moving over to what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels at the george washington bridge inbound it's going to be about five descend on the upper and now it's switched in the lower levels awful so you're seeing about a fifteen to twenty minute delay and lower level out bounds about a ten to fifteen minutes late lincoln's 5 to 10 in both directions the holland's about ten minutes inbound but 20 to 30 outbound looks i could the backed up very quickly queens midtown brooklyn battery tunnel only one tube is open taking twoway traffic for weekend construction and new england threw away heading south between the connecticut state line and exit twenty one that an accident there is also causing delays i'm gloria chop our next report at four thirty one on ten ten wins news time four twenty three terms of thousands of.
"troppo" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The eagles have patriots beat united super bowl fifty two the knicks lose to the hawks the nets lose to the foxes seat all loses the top ranked villanova wbz news time 401 from the ram trucks traffic center here's gloria troppo let's go ahead start out in new jersey seventy eight eastbound got this accident investigation west of exit forty one all lanes are closed has got the watching what you're going to see is number two bumper traffic avoid going there you're going to get stock and detoured around that now moving you over to what we see among islands big three the la he doesn't look bad in both directions between nassau county in queens once you get in the queen's it's a little bit slow as you make your way from the clear view to the van whic northern state not too bad going from suffolk into now south county and the southern state westbound though that starting to see those delays building up from about exit 21 over to exit seventeen now the eastbound belt coming off the verizon a bridge looks like a possible accident they're causing delays and here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels right now the george washington bridge 5 to 10 on both levels in both directions the lincoln tunnel is five to ten in both directions at it's about ten to fifteen minutes in both directions at the holland tunnel traffic and transit every ten minutes on the ones and breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen i'm gloria atop eye on ten wins news time 402 the aftermath of this morning's amtrak train derailment south carolina amtrak train ninety one from new york city headed to miami collided with a freight train around two thirty five this morning and casey south carolina two people were killed both identified as crew members fifty four year old michael camp of georgia the train engineer and a 36yearold conductor of the train michael seller of florida more than one hundred passengers were reported transported to local hospitals with injuries at a news conference south carolina's governor henry mcmaster said it appears the amtrak train was on the wrong track that's what it is to me for too loyd explosion that in and.
"troppo" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"A volks let me just clear up one thing before i get to restoring opportunity to in my i covered a lot of this in a book that map palumbo and i our finishing up now about this the bockel this scandal the spying scandal but i'm still getting questions to about why the russians needed information on trump let me just simple and at ninety dumb that you're not though men wanted them though they never let me make this super simple about why the russians when it comes to a world power of parity at least weaponry wise why they would seek to accumulate an information intelligence on trump and hillary at the same time because a lot of you are looking at this and say well was he helping chopper was he hurting troppo was he helping hillary over the russians hurting hillary don't look at it that way they don't wanna help anyone they hurt everyone equally the russians just like in nuclear war intelligence at that level one people like trump and hillary look at it at night i may be a man of low conversation about this yes we look at it in terms of mutually assured destruction folks we don't have nuclear weapons in the united states exclusively for firststrike capability we have them as insurance so that no one hits us either in other words mutually assured destruction it's the russians launch on us we launch an arab world dead the russians know that we know that game theory would dictate that the russians won't launch and we won't launch because we don't want to kill each other so you may ask yourself regionally the by have the weapons because it's an insurance policy against the other guy using them folks intelligence between geopolitical foes like this works the same way with trust me we have a dossier on putin that's a real one why don't we release it.
"troppo" Discussed on WINS 1010
"This message for generations a symbol of jewish tradition riverside memorial chapel fifty degrees good afternoon i'm larry katter wins news time at the tone one thirty good afternoon i'm susan richard another other lawsuit against harvey weinstein this one filed under a federal statute outlawing sex trafficking activities that the attorney involves canning producers offer to help trace where the movie role at a news conference in manhattan today british model and actress katie al bowl talked about how she wound up in weinstein's hotel room and can back in 2014 i how do you received the show so he said to me if i have it we've me which i did on my ipad he says i should come up to his room and he will have a look at it but he asked me to walk a few paces behind him for press razors which i didn't think anything noble says one pulled her into the bathroom of his sweet groped her and forced her into a sex act the suit potentially opens a new avenue for accusers to pursue weinstein wanted could extend the statutes of limitations on rape and sexual assault cases wins news time one thirty one from the john traffic center here's gloria troppo let's start out with what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels right now the bail bridges closed down in both directions because of emergency sleazebag deputy ag if going to start really backing up so at this point if you need to head over udinese either the gospels or the outer bridge crossing or if you're trying to get into and you're just going to have to jump over to the other way in and maybe take seventy eight the hudson county extension and had down that way either way expect those delays to start building up meanwhile the marine parkway bridge that's also clogged with fire department activity can go ahead and use cross baid boulevard and heavy traffic on the eastbound belt parkway at exit thirteen that's walkway parkway accident delays are back to napster now let's go back to what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels at the hollande's 5 to 10 in both directions lincoln john in both directions and the george washington bridge inbound is fifteen to 20 on the upper over thirty on the lower because of construction outbound is twenty five to.
"troppo" Discussed on WINS 1010
"You the world mourning sixty three degrees at 520 hits tuesday july twenty five percent here's what's happening cops working on a tip pick up a nineteen year old for a series of sex attacks and chronic president trump working a boy scout jamboree last night for the fire his health and human services secretary nuclearbomb bomb care replacement doesn't go through you're fired senator john mccain just diagnosed with brain cancer returns to the senate today to vote on the health care bill and the head of the mta suspects in the subways will require more money from a city the mayor says the mta can't be trusted to spend it properly john luntz home is fighting off writers thing until wednesday accu weather cloudy with drizzle and fog and some sun breaking through this afternoon about cool high of seventy one market mad sang on to beat the padres the anc get back door tonight against the reds indera grows leaves the next design with a cavalier this is andrew o'day bloomberg michael kors the sounds of jews to match its handbags and spying jimmy two other morning for readings on the housing market wins news time 541 from the dodge traffic center here's gloria troppo starting out with construction on the westbound side rise highway all are closed between exits forty and thirty nine until six o'clock here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels there's late running construction on the outbound upper level of the george washington bridge t lanes are blocked it should have been out of the way already it'll be there for the probably at least until six and of course i keep you updated throughout the morning also the ramp from the henry hats and parkway to the outbound upper level of the george washington bridge is closed for repairs but that scheduled until eight o'clock this morning adding over to the arizona bridge staten island bound lower and upper level i have as a roadwork until six o'clock and the manhattan span of the arf caper age will because in both directions for 20minute lg intervals scheduled again until six o'clock and the brooklyn battery queens mitonne tunnel each only have one line open into and out of manhattan until six a m if we're not saying what you're seeing let me know call the allstate traffic tip line eight four four jan ten 10 i'm gary atop our next report at 531 antitemelin sponsored by durante rentals durante rentals the most dependable construction equipment rhythms with seven locations serving new york new jersey and connecticut durante rentals.