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"u. s southern district" Discussed on The Breakdown
"Welcome back to the breakdown with me and I'll W it's a daily podcast on macro, Bitcoin and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. The breakdown is produced and distributed by coin desk. What's going on guys, it is Friday January 20th and today we are closing one chapter, a chapter 11, if you will, of one of the big sagas in crypto. A quick note before we dive into that, there are two ways to listen to the breakdown. You can hear us on the coin desk podcast network, which comes out every afternoon and features other great shows alongside the breakdown, or you can listen on the breakdown only feed which comes out a few hours later in the evening. Wherever you listen if you would take the time to leave a rating or a review, it would make a huge difference and I so appreciate it. All right, now to today we have been covering this saga of genesis and DCG for the last several months. Right up to yesterday when we discussed how the community was thinking about a possible genesis bankruptcy. Well, late last night, the waiting was over. Genesis global capital has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the southern district of New York. The filing includes holding company genesis global Holdco and sister company genesis Asia Pacific, and as part of the filing genesis launched an application for joint administration.
US Feds Created FTX Task Team To Track Stolen User Cash
"5 a.m. Wednesday, January 4th, 2023. U.S. feds created FTX task team to track stolen user cash. The southern district of New York U.S. attorney's office created the FTX task force. The exchange collapsed task group will investigate and prosecute. It also seeks billions in consumer money. FTX founder Sam bankman fried denies all 8 criminal allegations. Read more.
Caroline Ellison Of Alameda Avoids 110Year Sentence With Plea Agreement.
"8 p.m. Thursday, December 22nd, 2022. Caroline Ellison of Alameda avoids 110 year sentence with plea agreement. The agreement limited Caroline Ellison's prosecution to criminal tax offenses. 250,000 bail would free her instantly. The FBI holds former FTX CEO Sam bankman fried. He'll be sent to the southern district of New York for court. Read more.
Caroline Ellison, Gary Wang Plead Guilty to 'Fraud' Charges
"Welcome to the hash on coin desk TV. I'm Zach seward. That's Jensen assy. Will foxley over there. We're going to get you up to speed on all that's going on in the world of crypto, including some major developments in the case against Sam bankman fried Jen, take us there, what's going on? All right, so former Alameda research CEO Caroline Ellison and FTX cofounder Gary Wang have both pled guilty to charges associated with FTX collapse. The SEC and CFTC have also announced charges against the two saying that Allison manipulated the price of the FTT token, U.S. attorney Damian Williams says both are cooperating with investigators, former FTX CEO Sam bankman fried was charged with 8 crimes earlier this month. We've discussed those at length. They include money laundering, wire fraud and securities fraud. He is being extradited from The Bahamas to the U.S. and is in FBI custody. Zach, a lot to unpack here. What do you got? So much to unpack. Kids, if you're ever in a criminal conspiracy involving $10 billion that are vaporized, especially from customers, snitches fast as possible. That's the story here. Everyone associated with FTX and Alameda turned snitch on sandbank and freed. And they're probably going to have a much more comfortable life because of it all their former colleague rots in a prison cell somewhere for a long time. That for me is the takeaway looking at some of this stuff. It's pretty wild. Bank and freed was flown in from Bahamas into the New York area last night. A lot of people were closely watching flight trackers on the Internet to see where he was headed. Apparently he's touched down over in Westchester and is making his first appearance in New York in court today for a presentment that initiates the legal proceedings here in the U.S. after some complicated back and forth over whether or not he was going to make his way over here from The Bahamas. So that's what people are watching. I know coin disc has a reporter on the ground at the courthouse in the southern district of New York. So we're going to watch it, watch that for updates later today. And yeah, I don't know. Caroline and the cofounder, they may have found themselves a pretty sweet deal. I don't know, what do you think? Yeah, I think they found themselves a really good deal, right? But if you look at the charges, they possibly were going to have just think it was like 250 years for Caroline. And it was about 50 years for Gary if they were just charged for what they're doing in the first place. I went to the different administrations, the DoJ, and they're getting off the hook more or less. So Caroline Ellison is looking at getting some fine slapped on her disgorgement for any ill gotten gains and then also she's not going to be able to trade anything on behalf of other people
"u. s southern district" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"McCullough today, SPF is in the U.S. just in time to see two of his lieutenants flip on him to the feds. Twitter rolls out cash tags that are actually useful, chat GPT led to a coat red at Google, justice is coming for those expiring car warranty robocallers and surprise the weekend long range suggestions. Here's what you missed today in the world of tech. Well, it looks like Caroline dropped a dime on Sam bankman fried, so did Gary Wang. The southern district of New York says that X Alameda CEO Caroline Ellison and ex FTX CTO Gary Wang both pled guilty to federal charges and both are cooperating with ongoing investigations. Both have been released on a $250,000 bond, quoting The Washington Post. Two former colleagues of disgraced cryptocurrency mogul Sam bankman fried pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges that they helped him orchestrate a years long scheme to defraud investors in FTX, the crypto trading platform that collapsed last month. The U.S. attorney for the southern district of New York said Wednesday. The news came as bankman freed was being transferred to New York from The Bahamas, where he had been held in prison for over a week. The guilty pleas by Ellison and Wang signaled swiftly mounting legal peril for bankman freed as prosecutors assembled an arsenal of evidence against him. Ellison, who in addition to running bankman freed's crypto trading firm was also his ex-girlfriend, pleaded guilty to 7 counts that mirror a significant portion of bankman freed's indictment. Her charges include conspiracies to commit wire fraud, securities fraud, and commodities fraud, and money laundering. She faces up to a 110 years in prison. Wang, cofounder of FTX, pleaded guilty to four conspiracy and fraud related counts. He faces up to 50 years in prison. They are both cooperating with the southern district of New York, U.S. attorney Damian Williams said, end quote. Separately, because remember, there are multiple legal processes moving forward at the same time, the SEC also charged ex Alameda CEO Carolyn Ellison and FTX CTO Gary Wang for their roles in defrauding FTX investors at SPF's direction between 2019 and 2022. I guess SPF is going to be in court today. Here in New York, maybe as I'm saying these words, by the way, the shoehorning in of the whole ex-girlfriend line to that story about Carolyn Ellison was from the original writer, not from me, seems a bit more relevant to me that she was the CEO of Alameda research, but also remember how people were like, why is SPF going around giving all these interviews when the lawyers tell him to not do that? The fear would be that he would incriminate himself, right? But maybe what actually happened is by running around basically telegraphing to everyone that everyone was at fault, but him. He was just a dumb guy who made a bunch of mistakes, but also was kept in the dark. Maybe doing that, you know, telegraphed to the others that he was planning on shoving them under the bus and maybe that motivated them to cut a deal. Maybe he should have kept his mouth shut after all. Actual legitimate and valuable product release from Twitter. Twitter has released cash tags offering stock ETF and crypto prices within search results using data from trading view and adding a view on Robinhood link. Cash tags have been around in a quasi official way for a while, but people were always like, why can't I use them to look up actual useful financial info? Well, here you go. This is something the previous management was never able to pull off. Quoting coin telegraph. In a series of tweets from the Twitter business account last night, whenever one tweets the symbol of a major stock, exchange traded fund or cryptocurrency with the dollar sign in front of it, people will be able to see a clickable link that takes them to search results that now will include the pricing graphs for those symbols. It also noted that simply searching for the ticker symbol whether for a stock or a crypto will also bring up the price graph. Shortly after that on December 22nd, Twitter, CEO, Elon Musk,
Bitcoin Miner Core Scientific Files for Bankruptcy
"We're gonna toss it to will with some bankruptcy. Oh, sorry, Wendy, with some bankruptcy news. Wendy, who is at this time who's filing for bankruptcy protection? How dare you, sir? I thought winter solstice was yesterday. Anyways, I'm actually kind of not excited about this story, but excited about it because we're finally getting closer to Bitcoin, minor capitulation, which means the bottom is going to start showing itself. I'm a big believer of $10,000 Bitcoin, but not financial. Anyways, core scientific files for bankruptcy at southern district of Texas bankruptcy court. They are one of the largest Bitcoin miners by computing power and operating over a 143,000 mining rigs and host another a 100,000. They currently have approximately 1000 to 5000 creditors, yikes. The company's stock is down 98% this year. Estimated liabilities are between 1 billion to 10 billion, according to the filing, but I believe as we discussed that yesterday when you file for bankruptcy, that's like the only checkbox you can click or select, I guess, which is kind of ridiculous. Anyway, so they apparently they reached a deal with some of their lenders to restructure the debt in a prepackaged bankruptcy. I'm not sure if that would be a chapter 11 or not. Not illegal adviser. I actually wanna toss this over to Jen because she put her hand up and I want to, yeah, I want to hear Jen's take on it. Yeah, so chapter 11 allows the company to keep operating while trying to restructure the debt. And so this morning I went and just did a quick Google of some notable companies that have gone through chapter 11 and are still surviving. GM marvel and converse have all gone through chapter 11 bankruptcy. So maybe there is some hope at the end of the tunnel here for core. So I mean, I'm going to kick it off to will to get the ins and outs of this, but they're going to continue operating. They say they are still cash flow positive and they're just going to be restructuring to try and figure out how they're going to pay back some of these debts.
OneCoin CoFounder Karl Greenwood Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud
"9 p.m. Friday December 16th, 2022. One coin cofounder Carl Greenwood pleads guilty to wire fraud. LTP class Latinos Carl Greenwood, the cofounder of one coin, the multi-billion dollar cryptocurrency pyramid scheme, has pleaded guilty to charges of wire fraud and money laundering in connection with his role in the fraudulent crypto project. The counts before him carry a maximum potential sentence of 20 years each. The Department of Justice DoJ said on Friday dot LTP GT LTP class Guatemala normal caught one coin cofounder Carl Greenwood arrested, convicted of class Guatemala normal textile looking just of wag Greenwood, who was arrested in Thailand in July 2018 and extradited to the United States, confessed to the offenses in a Manhattan federal court before judge at gardo Ramos, who accepted the guilty plea. He is to be sentenced by judge Ramos on April 5th, 2023, DoJ Sid dot GT LTP class Guatemalan guilty plea by the cofounder of Voltaire finance magnates dot com to go on a quick what target quad blank white grill quad follow on one corner caps a week at the southern district of New York SDNY that sends a clear message that we are coming after all those who seek to exploit the cryptocurrency ecosystem through fraud, no matter how big or sophisticated you are, Damian Williams, the United States. Attorney for SDNY sit in the DoJ statement dot LTP GT LTP class Guatemala normal Quattro apple's cryptocurrencies ignored over remains at large in one coin class Guatemala normal quite according to DoJ, ruja ignatova, who cofounded one coin alongside Greenwood, remains at large. The declaration comes 8 months after ignatova, also known as the crypto queen of that finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency and founder of a named manjar pessimist 20th Courtois included in the list of Europe's most wanted fugitives by europol. The runaway cofounder was also added to the federal bureau of investigations FBI top ten most wanted list earlier in June. LTP GT LTP class Guatemala, October 12th, 2017, the United States charged dignity with fraud and money laundering at the U.S. district court for the SDNY. It also issued a federal warrant for her arrest. In addition, the FBI has offered to pay 100,000 to anyone with information that leads to her arrest. LTP GT LTP class Guatemala normal quad, however, since ignatova traveled on a commercial flight from Sofia, Bulgaria, to Athens, Greece, on October 25th, 2017, she has not been seen publicly. Doubt finance magnates dot com to department office to seek what target quad blank white real quad follow quad DO tagged noted LTP GT LTP class Guatemala normal quad one coin backstory class Guatemala normal quad Greenwood and ignite over founded one coin in 2014 in Sofia, Bulgaria from where they marketed and sold the. Fraudulent scheme through global multi level marketing MLM. DoJ noted that as a result of misrepresentations, the cofounders and others made about altcoin, victims across the globe invested over $4 billion in the scheme dot LTP GT LTP class Guatemalan MLM structure influenced the rapid growth of the one coin member network. Indeed, according to one coin's promotional materials, over 3 million people invested in fraudulent cryptocurrency packages. One coin records show that, between the fourth quarter of 2014 and the fourth quarter of 2016 alone, one coin generated 4.037 billion in sales revenue and earned profit sappho's of 2.735 billion DoJ explained dot LTP GT. This article was written by Solomon Aleppo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
The Chopping Block: Was FTX a Scam From the Very Beginning?
"Okay, so the FTX story is the gift that keeps giving. Unfortunately, we can not stop talking about it. We really wanted to. We were still looking forward to this story just slowing down. And people were speculating that it was going to be months until Sam was charged. It's very common in investigations of this kind of this sweeping Ness that they take a long time before any charges are filed because everybody's got to get their case in order before they actually filed hers. This has been incredibly fast. So basically yesterday, it was finally announced that Sam was arrested in The Bahamas, and we had actually believed his Monday night that he was arrested. And then file charges were unsealed. First by the southern district attorney of New York for wire fraud and a bunch of other stuff campaign financing laws and a bunch of other stuff that they charged them with, as well as complaints, civil suits from the CFTC and the SEC. And so the southern district of New York didn't give a whole lot of details. That was pretty sparse. But the CFTC complaint in the SEC complaint have an enormous amount of detail
"u. s southern district" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"In other words, all those giant troves of cash that he was forking over to the Democratic Party, democratic pacts, democratic candidates now, here's the interesting thing. Sam bankman fried was scheduled to testify very shortly before Congress, and he was willing to testify. Now, this is a little bit odd because he was already facing legal vulnerability and normally defense lawyers will tell you, don't testify, don't say anything that can be used against you, but prosecutors want you to testify. Why? Because they want you to speak freely, they want people to ask you tough questions. They want you to put yourself on the record because then all those statements can be used against you in trial, and so now we come to the mystery that I promised at the beginning of this segment, and that is, why would the government and by the way, we're talking about the southern district of New York, the SDNY, the very outfit, by the way, the prosecuted me, the very outfit that is trying to get Trump. These are bad guys. And I think it's fair to say that they are in some ways far more dangerous than Sam bankman freed. So you have one group of gangsters, SDNY, going after another presumed gangster, sandbank, and freed, and my question is, why would they arrest him before he testifies before Congress? The political scientist Jonathan turley has an op-ed about this. And he says that ordinarily, it's a dream for prosecutors when somebody who's about to be charged speaks out on their own because they get this treasure trove of statements that they can then work with. He goes normally, it's the defense strategy to muzzle a defendant. And yet, by arresting him, obviously now sandbank freight is not going to testify. Now he's going to sort of zip it up. Now he's going to lawyer up. Now he's going to be dealing with his case. But what could be the motive, not of sandbank and trade? This guy was doing all kinds of crooked deals, crooked deals with crypto, crooked deals with moving money from one place to another to give a false impression. You know, cheating is investors, some people have compared him to Bernie Madoff, but here's my point. I think the reason that the southern district of New York arrested Sam magnet fried before he testified is because they want to protect all the Democrats who are getting money from this guy. It's a little bit like what happened with gillan Maxwell, notice that gillan Maxwell is serving a big prison term, but none of her. None of her customers, none of the people on her list her list never even became public. All those powerful people, all those powerful men, Bill Clinton types, are protected to this day. I think something similar is going on here. The SDN, why? Far more corrupt than Sam bankman freed is trying to protect, as it always does, the Democratic Party.
Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried arrested in the Bahamas
"The head of a collapsed crypto firm is behind bars. I Norman hall. The former CEO of failed crypto firm FTX, Sam bankman fried has been arrested in The Bahamas at the request of the U.S. government. That's according to the U.S. attorney's office in New York. Bankman fried is under criminal investigation by U.S. and bahamian authorities following the collapse last month of FTX. The firm filed for bankruptcy on November 11th when it ran out of money after the cryptocurrency equivalent of a bank run, a statement for the U.S. attorney's office for the southern district of New York says authorities into Bahamas arrested bankman freed at the request of the U.S. government based on a sealed federal indictment at filed, the indictment is to be unsealed on Tuesday. I Norman hall
Flight Attendant Sues Spirit Airlines Over Racial Discrimination
"So woman named Chelsea blackman and her attorney has filed a complaint in the district court for southern the southern district of Florida. Filed it on November 16th, saying that her client was wrongfully terminated from her job. Now, according to the complaint, blackman was hired for at spirit airlines after she passed all the training and compliance protocols, including being able to buckle the seatbelt in the jump seat because those little jump seats in the front and back of the plane and they flip up those little seats. For the flight attendants. Now she had worked for several flights, including multiple spirit airlines, Airbus three 19 flights, when she got hired. Okay. According to the client, September 3rd, in 2021, she was signed to work on an Airbus. However, three 19 flight, which she previously worked, but she could no longer buckle herself into the jump seat using the seat belt. So share a good off the plane. And clearly you can't buy two seats when you're sitting in the jump seat. So an investigation was held, she got a letter on September 27th they asked her to appear in person around October 8th. To demonstrate that she could fit into a jump seat. And at the meeting, she was again unable to buck out herself into the seat belt. So she was fired on November 3rd battle a week later from spirit airlines. So she's suing saying, well, you shouldn't have fired me. I don't know. I think sitting in fitting in the seat part of your job. I mean, honestly, think about it. If you can't do the basics of your job, I mean, you're gonna get fired that's kind of the way that works. If I'm working at target and I can not handle counting change, you know, they're not gonna have me at the register. That's just the way that works. Okay, well, that's a bad example. Because there is not there is not a cashier out there unless they're over the age of 50 who can make change without looking at the register to find out how much change to give. That's a
South Korean Judge Throws Out Arrest Warrant for Terra Founder Do Kwons Associates Report
"7 p.m. Sunday, December 4th, 2022 South Korean judge throws out a rest warrant for Terra founder, duke quant associates report a South Korean judge has reportedly thrown out a recent arrest warrant issued for Tara Luna founder duke Kant's associates. According to a new report by local publication Yonhap news, Hong Jean PO, the chief judge in charge of warrants at the sole southern district court, is dismissing the arrest warrant issued for shin hainan. The post South Korean judge throws out a rest warrant for Terra founder duke Kwan's associates report appeared first on the daily HODL
"u. s southern district" Discussed on Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
"So what does this mean? This means that hunter, his uncle Jimmy, and Joe Biden were engaged in a conspiracy to violate the foreign agent registration act, 22 USC 6 12 in the southern district of New York, and then also the district of Louisiana. And this is blatant and we blade all out and I would love for somebody to debunk the exhibits we put in our report about this. And you can go ahead. You can add one other thing to what Garrett just said. It's called RICO, criminal RICO. Because you have more than two people who are engaged in criminal conduct with a foreign entity, a foreign government, so get some DoJ clown up here to tell us what we're wrong. And I'll go home and take my ball and go home. But no, we're right because we know what we're talking about. The fact of the matter is the DoJ and the FBI will not pursue this because this goes right to the top. This is, this is Watergate 101-102-1031 steroids. And this, this is the most despicable things that are going on here. So we have a whole group of people in total denial, the media, the FBI, the DoJ, the State Department, The White House. When everyone denies it, when something like this is denied, that means there's credibility. There's smoke where there's fire.
Sebastian and Jennifer Discuss Trump's Commitment to America
"An aspect of support for president Trump. And I don't get mushy here because I'll ruin my rep. But it's not just about the policies and making a rational political decision. My God, his commitment to this nation, and he said it yesterday, he said, I was living a very happy life before I was president. I don't need to do this again. The only reason because he's losing money, he's being attacked constantly, he's paying millions in legal fees because the DoJ is coming after him, the southern district of New York. Jen, I want to support a man who's doing this because he loves America. Why is that wrong? Yeah, I think that people get it really wrong with him. And I have never, I mean, I've had dinner in the same room with president Trump, Ben de Mar-a-Lago, never met him and spent a lot of time with him. But I'm telling you that the gut instinct that I have with him is that he doesn't need to do this. I think that, yes, he has a big ego like everyone else in politics and everybody else that runs big businesses. But I don't think he's running, and I don't think he ran before to feed that. What I think is that he really believes that this country can be great. He sees the potential in America. He loves the country, and he knows that he can lead us in the right direction, and I really believe that he is running for all the right reasons. This is not for a book deal. This is not to become a television producer like the obamas. This is because he really believes that he can make a difference. And I'm all on board. And as far as Ron DeSantis goes and I know we're going to get to this, I really think so much of what's been going on is a construct of the mainstream media and these never trumpers who would like nothing more than to blow Trump out of the water because they're afraid of the backbone that he has.
Michael Cohen Praises Letitia James' Bravery
"What is your take on all of this? Is just as karma, whatever you want to call it finally coming. Karma boomerang? Yeah. Yeah. Is it coming for Trump? Okay, so I do believe that indictments will be coming. I believe that indictments will be coming thank God to tish James our attorney general and I hope if she doesn't end up staying as attorney general, you know what they always say AG stands for. What? Governor. I would love to see tish James. Aspiring government. Oh, there you go. Sorry, you cut out there. Aspiring governor, got it. Wait, wait, wait, hold on. Wait, that one's going over your head. No, you cut out. Wait, it's coming back. I got it. Okay. All right. I would hope that she would consider becoming governor down the road. And I would support her with everything that I have. And I would get people to support her because what she did, nobody else wanted to do. Alvin bridge certainly didn't want to do it. Okay, we at the end of this month, we have the DA's case against the Trump organization. I want to remind you started by our previous district attorney Cyrus Vance. So at least Alvin Briggs didn't muck that one up and then get rid of get rid of that case. I also believe that that will cause some significant legal challenges to Trump personally, not just the Trump organization. But what tish James did by being first one out there, she now has all of the documents, all of the proof she has forwarded the case to the southern district of New York for tax evasion, as well as to the IRS. So I do believe indictments will be coming. I believe that they will come before the end of the year. What bothers me again is this whole slow walk by our Justice Department. Oh, we can't do it now. It's only three weeks before the midterm elections. Ask me if I care. Yeah. Yeah. By the way, we want to thank you for saying mom care if we indict him on the day of the midterm elections. It's not guilty. He's not on the ballot. Yeah, exactly.
Dinesh and Debbie Discuss the Relentless Pursuit of Trump
"Most recently in the news, the attorney general of New York, letitia James, the latest investigation, apparently into the not just Trump, but also the Trump family. The Trump family, I mean, this is just, you know, again, it's one of those things where they're just throwing spaghetti at the wall and then whatever sticks they think is going to be what's going to bring them down. They know that something's got to. You know? I mean, there's a little bit of a funny aspect to all this because it's sort of like, you know, we thought we got him on that one. No, we got to move over here. We got to move over there. It does not seem to occur to the left that there's something fundamentally wrong about identifying the man Trump and then going looking for crime. Right, so what didn't we say that? It's like create the crime, put in the man. You know? Right. Right? And so. And if this one doesn't work. Exactly. Let's go to the next stage. Because really, truly, I mean, if the feds want someone to go to jail, they will find something for you to go to jail for. They will. And I think that they're really trying very hard. They're very scared of him. They think that if he's on the ballot in 2024, they are doomed, not we're doomed, because America will be great again. But for them, America will be horrible. So they do not want that. And I think that they are going all out. I mean, look at this. Now, letitia James is also going to file something in the southern district of New York. You know that I've called that many times. The judicial branch of the Democratic Party, that's the same court that got you. It goes after conservatives. I'm not sure that there's a single Democrat that that place has gone after. You said something a moment ago though that caught my attention and that is you said that the left is afraid that Trump will win. Right? Now it's funny because there are Republicans who think, well, you know, maybe we should move beyond Trump. Maybe we should look for somebody else because after all, this guy just has so much so much attack and so on. But the left thinks that Trump is the strongest candidate on our side. That's why he's their main target.
Biden's Open Border Encourages Migrants to Be Stuffed Into Crates, Trucks
"When you take a look at what's inhumane it is Joe Biden's open border So according to an investigation by the southern district of Texas as part of operation joint task force alpha Thousands of migrants Have been documented as being ready for it Stuffed in suitcases Heard about this right The thousands that we found that were stuck in suitcases Thousands found stuffed in wood cargo crates Piled up on top of flatbed trucks Thousands of migrants Stuffed inside of emptied out water tanks You've heard all this right Naturally See as usual the most pervasive form of biased news media Remains omission All what's being encouraged as you have people that try to make it up to these southern border And of course you have many of the ill doers on the other side of that border That engage in human trafficking You got to pay the piper if you want to get to where you want to get to
"u. s southern district" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Let Rebecca waltzers team of experts protect your wealth during these unprecedented times. David and I were talking this morning about these FBI raids. Of course, the Mar-a-Lago raid on Trump. And then the not really the rate on lindell's home, but rather the confiscation of his phone and clearly the point here isn't just to go for them to be doing individual inquiries. They're clearly widening their scope. And they're kind of going after people for being, you can say, Trump supporters. I mean, look at Bannon, right? Look at man. You're going after the southern district of New York, the judicial arm of the Democratic Party, as we know. They are out of control, you know? Yeah, back. He'll probably plead double jeopardy because they are accusing him of exactly the same things that he was pardoned for. So, you know, can he be tried twice for the same offense. Now, of course, New York is going to say, well, these are state laws and there are federal laws and the two are different. We're not trying him. Yes, we're trying him for the same action, but we're trying them under a different set of laws. And I don't quite know how that will all play out. Yeah, the reason I brought him up is he said that he has heard that the FBI is going to raid everybody connected with Trump. And he maga supporter, and that's why I was like, honey. Are we going to be seeing
Debbie and Dinesh Discuss the Latest FBI Raids
"David and I were talking this morning about these FBI raids. Of course, the Mar-a-Lago raid on Trump. And then the not really the rate on lindell's home, but rather the confiscation of his phone and clearly the point here isn't just to go for them to be doing individual inquiries. They're clearly widening their scope. And they're kind of going after people for being, you can say, Trump supporters. I mean, look at Bannon, right? Look at man. You're going after the southern district of New York, the judicial arm of the Democratic Party, as we know. They are out of control, you know? Yeah, back. He'll probably plead double jeopardy because they are accusing him of exactly the same things that he was pardoned for. So, you know, can he be tried twice for the same offense. Now, of course, New York is going to say, well, these are state laws and there are federal laws and the two are different. We're not trying him. Yes, we're trying him for the same action, but we're trying them under a different set of laws. And I don't quite know how that will all play out. Yeah, the reason I brought him up is he said that he has heard that the FBI is going to raid everybody connected with Trump. And he maga supporter, and that's why I was like, honey. Are we going to be seeing the FBI at our door? And Debbie's also have you have you have you backed up your phone? Yeah. Probably that's something that is worth considering.
Dinesh Examines the Trump Lawyers' Brief in the Mar-A-Lago Raid
"Donald Trump's attorneys have filed a document in the southern district of Florida. This is the West Palm Beach division. This is before judge Eileen cannon. This is in the matter of the Mar-a-Lago raid. So to bring you up to speed, judge cannon has ordered the appointment of a special master, the special master is a kind of third party, a neutral guy. To review all the documents seized by the FBI and by the Biden DoJ and the ideas of the special master will decide which of those documents can be retained by the government, which of those documents have to be returned to Trump. And basically judge cannon says, I don't trust the Biden DoJ to perform this task fairly. Now, the Biden people are fighting this bitterly a, they're threatening to appeal, which of course is their right, but good luck. First of all, their appeal there'd be appealing to an appellate court that is majority Republican and even if they appeal that it's gonna go to the Supreme Court. So good luck guys, knock yourselves out with the appeal. But even as they are threatening to appeal, they do have to fight it out before judge cannon. Now, now they're trying to say the Biden administration that the special master can review the documents, but should not have access to any of the classified documents. And who gets to determine what's a classified document, the Biden DoJ goes, well, we do. So we will designate all these documents as classified. We will separate them out. We will give the rest of the documents to the special master and the Trump people are say, that's ridiculous.
Biden DOJ Pushes For Judge To Appoint Dem Donor As Special Master
"And according to daily caller here Gabe kaminski president Joe Biden's Justice Department is proposing that a federal judge upon a democratic donor and former judge the service special master in the Trump Mar-a-Lago investigation This is how unserious and stalinist this Department of Justice and the FBI are The DoJ recommended in a Friday filing the U.S. district judge for the southern district of Florida point Barbara Jones special master and a point to overseas litigation and makes court recommendations Jones are retired judge in the southern district of New York has donated thousands of dollars to democratic causes records show Jones contributed over $5000 to candidates as well as the Democratic National Committee since 2019 according to FEC filings She most recently gave $2900 to form a New York congressional candidate Liz holtzman a complete cook of long-standing Complete cook of long-standing
Why NY Is Determined to Put Steve Bannon Behind Bars
"Steve Bannon has been arrested and is apparently being indicted again. Now, the left is really after this guy. In fact, you could almost call him a sort of a little Trump in that they are desperate to nail Bannon on something. And they have tried, you know, he ignored a subpoena and they tried earlier with federal charges. And the federal charges were that Bannon was part of this, it was called we build the wall project. Then in didn't set it up himself, he had some other guys mostly veterans who were part of this project. They raised some money, apparently $25 million total. And this was actually to do private funding to start building the wall. I don't know a whole lot about the details of this. As far as I know, they didn't build any wall. But federal prosecutors said that ban and was siphoning money from this organization. They accused him of taking up to a $1 million. They claim that he bought some plastic surgery. Some jewelry and a golf cart. Wow. He's under federal indictment for buying a golf cart with this with this money. And that case didn't really go anywhere because as Trump exited the presidency, he pardoned Bannon, Bannon, when one of the guys who got a presidential pardon, I guess he joins the pardon list on which of course I am, also, on that list. And so the state of New York was furious. The state of New York, by the way, dominated by left wingers, the political apparatus, but also the southern district of New York, the SDNY. By the way, this is the same office that prosecuted me on the campaign finance violations. Now, this has become a kind of a judicial arm of the Democratic Party. And if you do any business in New York, you can feel sure if you're on the right side of the aisle that you are now a target. So New York is literally become judicially speaking hostile territory. And I think it's a message that if you're in New York, you're going to be in their sights. And Bannon most certainly is.
Federal Judge Grants Trump's Request to Have a 'Special Master'
"Last couple of hours, there's been news about a special master that has now been appointed in the Trump Mar-a-Lago raid court case. Here to help us unpack this is Mike Davis from the article three project Mike, you've been terrific on all of your commentary on this. Welcome to the program. Mike, what is a special master and what is the significance of this? Story special master is someone who is appointed by a judge to assist the judge usually with the discovery matter. And judge Ken and Eileen canon from the southern districts of Florida, federal judge down there has said that she wants to appoint a special master to do the review of president Trump's rated records. The Biden Justice Department had this unprecedented unnecessary unlawful home grade of a former president who happens to be the current president's chief political enemy. They took 11,000 documents from this home raid and they went to a biased magistrate judge Bruce Reinhart, who just recused from president Trump's civil lawsuit against Hillary Clinton on June 22nd and got him to authorize this home rate, somehow his bias is clear judicial bias under 28 USC four 55 a and canon two and canon two have the judicial candidates magically disappeared over that 6 week period where his clear bias went away. He had a 2017 Facebook post bashing Trump so the Biden Justice Department went down, they judge shot for this judge, got this unprecedented home rate warrants and now judge cannon, I think, is onto them because if you look at her order where she ordered this, she said that she's going to appoint a special master. She talks about quote the swirling allegations of bias and media leaks in this case. She
"u. s southern district" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Not Trump himself, his virtue must be the standard by which we judge other candidate. There it is. Tom clinging Stein chairman Claremont institute, I hope. You felt as I did that that was quite an inspiring statement, by the gentleman he's a scholar, intellectual. And quite good, but you have not heard that. Put together in that way. Instead, you go to places where you think there are smart people. Like The Wall Street Journal editorial page, not particularly smart national view, not particularly smart. Certainly not anymore, and some of these other places. And this is what you get. It's much like the legal analysis we see that comes to us through the television. And through print, some people feel they need to be the very first to demonstrate how smart they are is professors or former federal prosecutors or former attorneys general. And if they're not, found to be correct they either pretending they never said it. Or they attack those who have. We have a judge cannon, the southern district of Florida. She has outstanding credentials. She was one of the last district court judges confirmed before president Trump left office, and after the election. But before he left. And she got all Republican votes and half the Democrat vote. But today she's not that bright we're told. In either credentials or stellar, even better than some of the people who attack her. Just so you understand, former federal prosecutors exist by the thousands. There are thousands of former federal prosecutors
"u. s southern district" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"James, so I know you got to be careful the way you answer this. But what is in the diary? Why is, why are the most powerful people in the world so worried this is going to become public? You know, I was on Sean Hannity show this week and Sean wanted me to speak about what's in the diary. And I've made the decision not to do that. And people can criticize me for that. Well, I'm not I'm sure they will. But I've made the journalistic decision that I'm not going to opine about what's in this material. There's some private things that have occurred. She talks about her father in a relationship with her father, but I have not been able to corroborate whether that happened or so I don't want to speak to that. I think I'd rather focus on what I think is the much bigger existential issue here that has come from this, which is the espionage from the federal government against a media court. As you rightfully point out, it's beyond espionage. It's CIA level intelligence operation where they spy on you and then they raid you to create to get the information in a legal way. I mean, this is just like something out of a bad 1980s. Yeah, so, you know, I want everyone to recognize and realize that there are legit criminals right now that are trafficking guns, children that are doing the most heinous things imaginable, and the southern district New York is too busy sending secret warrants under gag orders and then later raiding the apartments of journalists
"u. s southern district" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Now this has to cost some money to your organization and for you How do you raise this money Millions Millions How do you raise the money We have tens of thousands of small donors many of which listen to this program and I don't take it for granted by the grace of God and the hard work of my employees We just work as hard as we can raising money but we don't We don't have a commercial imperative We have no advertising We're not for hire We're the nonprofit investigative news organization And the legal bills are in the millions And obviously that's probably one of their objectives as to where you down and where are you out But we've never really lost this litigation fight And we're continuing to win and mark the question is does this federal judge annually so Torres is her name in the southern district who appointed the special master that the legal term special overseer because of journalistic privilege and First Amendment privilege in this case She appointed a special master over the FBI What is going to be the consequence for these prosecutors going behind her back and doing secret spying on us I think there will be I think that she's not going to like that And we hope that there is going to be a consequence But most people fold in this life Most people don't keep going Most people get worn out get bankrupted by this and we refuse to be defeated and we depend upon your audience to support us at project veritas dot com
"u. s southern district" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And the thing is to be perfectly honest with you if you had published this diary you still would have been on fairly firm footing because you didn't steal the diary You were the recipient of the diary Let me ask you a few more questions here James because this really is appalling Do we know what entity within the Biden administration or within the government I should say has been involved in this Is it FBI Is it the criminal division Is it is the U.S. attorney's office in the southern district Who is it It's the southern district of New York which is the federal jurisdiction of southern New York State and New York City We do not know who authorized this For example was that the attorney general of the United States The attorney general of the United States Merrick Garland expressly forbids the execution of search warrants against journalists for obvious reasons journalists work with sources If a source obtained something improperly the journal still has a First Amendment right to publish what we're given So long as we played no part in the acquiring of that document And that's what would happen here We don't even think the diary was storing or appears to have not been It appears to have been abandoned but we still have the first right to look into the matter when someone sends us something So they would never do this of course to The New York Times market if these other organizations and they attack us for being quote non journalists In fact the U.S. attorneys in the southern district argued before the judge that were not journalists and the reasoning was that we don't get permission from the people that we report on which is an absurd thing to say And it's exactly why project veritas exists because we don't work in concert with the government We investigate the government and they at The New York Times in Washington Post oftentimes do work in concert with the government So the answer to your question it's the southern district We don't know whether Washington Department of Justice authorized this We don't know if it was someone just in New York City
"u. s southern district" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Did to me and my family And they came in with a battering ram They put me in cuffs at 6 a.m. on a Saturday and they took my phones And then within minutes like a text message from a national security reporter at The New York Times Who somehow knows the subject of the search warrant knows all these intimate details So the southern district of New York that's the federal jurisdiction in New York the Department of Justice is United States attorneys there Are working in concert with New York Times national security reporters and then Mark just in December they published my attorney client privilege memos All of this again comes on the heels We just found this out this week that the Department of Justice issued secret warrants against Microsoft Corporation We use outlook as well as we believe Uber corporation and God knows how many other vendors and there are obtaining all of our private information This is so unprecedented And The New York Times has been sort of working in concert with the southern district sort of I guess their goal is to get me incarcerated These are journalists at The New York Times that's what they call themselves They're angry that I'm suing them And this is what happens in this country When you try to do the right thing when you try to tell the truth try to hold people accountable they want to destroy you But we will not be destroyed We will not be intimidated I will not stop I will not bear false witness I will not I'm an innocent man I never break the law And I hope that this and I know that this will blow back in their faces including and by the way God bless Microsoft if you go to our website you can read the motion they filed They've descended the First Amendment They went after the government And the government backed down this week and these mag orders these 27 O 5 B secret warrants are now public Thanks to Microsoft fighting the Department of Justice here Now this has to cost some money to your organization and for you How do you raise this money Millions Millions How do you raise the money We have tens of thousands of small donors many of which listen to this program and I don't take it for granted by the grace of God and the hard work of my employees We just work as hard as we can raising money but we don't We don't have a commercial imperative We have no advertising We're not for hire We're the nonprofit investigative news organization And the legal bills are in the millions And obviously that's probably one of their objectives as to where you down and where are you out But we've never really lost this litigation fight And we're continuing to win and mark the question is does this federal judge annually so Torres is her name in the southern district who appointed the special master that the legal term special overseer because of journalistic privilege and First Amendment privilege in this case She appointed a special master over the FBI What is going to be the consequence for these prosecutors going behind her back and doing secret spying on us I think there will be I think that she's not going to like that And we hope that there is going to be a consequence But most people fold in this life Most people don't keep going Most people get worn out get bankrupted by this and we refuse to be defeated and we depend upon your audience to support us at project veritas dot com Project veritas dot com mister.
"u. s southern district" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"Mistake free football for that long for 60 minutes. And you saw it recently against Minnesota. You saw it recently against Wisconsin. Who ended up beating us, but you know, as well as Nebraska and some of these recent games in November that we were able to play a full 60 minutes. Team started turning the ball over. We lead the country and interceptions. And it's that kind of discipline. And the last time we played in the Big Ten championship, you know, 5, 6, 7 years ago against Michigan state, is we were ahead, and in order to beat us, at the end of the game, they had to put together. I think at 22 or 23 play drive. And they did. And so they won the game. And that's kind of most Iowa football games is you end up with a really close games that are decided at the end and that we just expect that you're going to make more mistakes than we are. And I think that's cool. Look, I'm looking forward to a great weekend of football. I got some traveling this week, but then I don't know if I'm going to leave the house, Doug. Yeah, I can understand that. While he was in school at all and he went into law school and was it law or and then politics or was politics always something in the household? How did that part? Because you did run for office. You've been a U.S. partner. We'll get out and all that. But was that part of the mix as you were growing up? I would say I didn't know as a young man I didn't know what politics was. I knew I was interested in my community and what was happening both locally and nationally. The Iowa caucuses come around every four years. And so in 1988, that was a caucus year, which is the year I graduated from high school. And the teacher in our American government class said we get extra credit. If we attended the caucus. And so I went with my mom and dad to the my local precinct caucus, which is just a meeting of your neighbors. And I ended up getting elected a delegate to the county convention. And so I got double extra credit for that. I think I did well in that class. And you know, and so but I wasn't bit by the political bug. I really didn't do I wasn't active at all because of football and academics. I was involved in politics or partisan politics. In high school or college, except for that experience in the caucuses. But then I moved to Minnesota to start my law career and I got involved in the 2000 George Bush caucus primary. And that's when I was approached by of all people, the Speaker of the House at the time of Minnesota Tim pawlenty and Tim called me because I had become active in that year and got elected to the county convention and the state convention in Minnesota is a delegate in 2000. And he recruited me and wanted me to run for the state House. And I decided that if I was going to run for office, I was going to be in the state of Iowa. And so I moved back to central Iowa and ran for state treasure in 2002. Now you've started your law practice in 95 and have been working in private practice and you ran for treasure fell a little short there. But then in 2000, I think it was in 2004. You were nominated to become U.S. attorney for the southern district there now. If you had one thing, a lot of people hear that and try and turn U.S. attorney thrown around in light on you became the acting attorney general. What is one thing that people should know and maybe don't know about their U.S. attorneys? Well, they're typically presidential appointees. They're the highest ranking. They're the chief legal, the highest ranking federal law enforcement officer in their district. And the district run the same as like a judicial district. So in Iowa, we have a northern district in the southern district in Georgia of northern district, the middle district in a southern district. And the U.S. attorney is the person that if there's a local big law enforcement challenge, whether that's international drug dealing or smuggling, all sorts of issues that are front and center in the news, the U.S. attorney's office led by the U.S. attorney is the one that will lead the effort to prosecute and to bring people to justice. Now you were coming up in the U.S. attorney at that point in the time of when meth was really I know down here in Georgia. That was a time frame methamphetamine was really beginning to be a problem. You were seeing that in, and I was well. It's an interesting things that you combined with the other U.S. attorneys and others to talk about that. Talk about that for just a minute. Yeah, so we did a lot of important things. And obviously, you address the issues in Des Moines Iowa and the quad cities of Davenport, moline, Benton dwarf, Rock Island, or all the way over, my district ran all the way over to counsel bluffs, which is right across the river from Omaha, Nebraska. And we worked on the issues that were facing us as a people and affecting our communities. And so when I first took over, I would say meth labs was a huge issue in the early 2000s. These kind of meth labs were these local cooks would make methamphetamine out of sudafed or pseudoephedrine and they'd follow and we had anhydrous ammonia was being stolen these big tanks that field apply fertilizer. Those were being stolen or open. Again, it was stuff that was affecting our local communities. And so we addressed a lot of that. We also the whole human trafficking was just becoming an issue. I remember we had a conference on human trafficking when I was U.S. attorney that we led in my office was very involved. It was a really interesting time to be in federal law enforcement and I think I know we're going to get to the hearing, but one of the things I hope that when we were all in that room that day, I hope it came through is that actually I have a very strong feelings about the Department of Justice and its mission. I think it's on its best days, it does the lord's work here on earth. And I mean that in all its context, I think we are delivering justice. Again, on its best days, and on its worst days you see how it could be corrupted in the.
"u. s southern district" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Was wondering if someone could help with this. A couple of years ago, I was flying from New York to Los Angeles. I remember exactly what seat I was in. It was seat three a now I am, I'm a journalist guy. I'm always taking notes. I have hundreds of journals, some would call them diaries around my house. I love writing things down. I love taking notes. But on this particular flight from New York to Los Angeles, I was really kind of taking notes and doing things and I then fell asleep got distracted. Landed, got off the plane, and an hour or two later I realized that I had forgot my journal on the plane. I ran back and it wasn't in the lost and found. It wasn't where people said it was and I have a high suspicion that my diary and my journal was stolen. So to the FBI, could you guys help me find my diary? Is that a federal crime now? Are you guys now in like the diary locating business? Now, some of you might be saying Charlie, what on earth are you talking about? Well, over this last weekend, we have now learned that there is an expanded scope of federal authority. Where the southern district of New York and I want to be very clear, there are some phenomenal people that are part of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In the boots not in the suits, but the southern district of New York is its own kind of it's its own country of enforcement. SDNY, that's the one that went after Steve Bannon, dinesh de Souza. It's one that went off to every single one of the conservative allies. Well, breaking last Friday night is that fair to say Friday and Saturday because we didn't really see it. I don't know if we covered it last week. Project veritas run by the wonderful James O'Keeffe had their doors kicked in. For the federal agents that were going after the alleged missing Ashley Biden diary, how is that a federal concern exactly? And so there's a lot surrounding that story, there's a lot within the contents of the diarrhea allegedly. We were told the diary wasn't real. I didn't really cover the story honestly, I forgot about this. There's just been so much crime and corruption around the Biden regime and the other side just isn't covering it at all? But let's play cut 20. Fox report on how the FBI investigation of project veritas and the diary apparently belongs to Joe Biden's son or Ashley Biden. We're not exactly sure. Play cut 20. On Friday, O'Keefe acknowledged project veritas is under investigation by the Justice Department over the apparent theft of a diary reportedly belonging to Ashley Biden. President Biden's daughter. Just days before the 2020 presidential election, pages from the diary were published by a right wing website, which reportedly has ties to O'Keeffe. The site claims, it received the diary from project veritas. O'Keeffe says a copy of the diary was leaked to project veritas by a whistleblower, but they chose not to publish it because they could not verify its
"u. s southern district" Discussed on The Daily Dive
"With more female stereotypical behavior however when researchers caught up with those kids five years later. The story wasn't the same julie jargon family and tech columnist at the wall street journal joins us for the great princess debate. Knowing let's dive in no elected official is above the law. The people of new york deserve better leadership in the governor's office. We continue to believe that the governor should resign. Is tom winter. Investigations correspondent at nbc news. Thanks for joining us tom. Today how are you. i'm doing. well thank you. We got some big news New york governor andrew cuomo the investigation into his conduct a five month. Investigation done by the attorney. General there latisha james as one hundred and sixty five page report that we got it found that he sexually harassed eleven women including employees in his office and violated state and federal laws. With all of this you know. It doesn't look good for the governor there. Tom tell us what we found out. Today well i mean i would say definitely does not look good for the governor. Today i think this report given the two people that led the investigation. And i'm referring to june kim in an car. Juno of former acting attorney for the southern district of new york. Well respected federal prosecutors..
"u. s southern district" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"So if you're someone who is a dreamer right now who does not have daca. You can have daca right. Is that correct. Yeah i think like in the most basic of census right like that is probably the interpretation that most folks are walking away. And if you know you're an outsider. Meaning that you don't have or you're trying to essentially figure something out that might just be the simplest way to look at it but for the people who are in the process of applying for dhaka for the first time right they are seeing a lot of very specific questions that have quite just been answered right. Judge heynen though federal judge in the southern district of texas who has been essentially overseeing a variety of different cases on this subject as made no secret that he's not a fan of the daca program so people need to understand that first and foremost number two his ruling basically states that new applicants as you mentioned julio people who are in the process of applying for dhaka for the first time short of them being fully approved into the program will no longer be eligible for the program. What exactly does that mean. May the young daca applicant. Who says well. I sent in my application. It was received. I gotta biometrics appointment. This is where they go and take your finger branson that take a photo and all this jazz. You know i did dad. I haven't heard back from you. If my application going to be considered is gonna be frozen. It's going to be thrown away and that's kind of where we are at earlier this week. We saw that. Uscis basically said in a statement. You know we acknowledge that this is happening. Where abiding by the court order. There will be more guidelines following up. So i i actually have it up on my phone because i tweeted out and it's interesting because let me just break this down because it says i'm rita and this came out on july nineteenth and i'm glad you brought it up because i was kind of like my next question but let's let's give the people some context. This is the giving people some context portion of the show so basically they say you know based on the order issued by the us district court for the southern district of texas and texas. The united states department of homeland security is enjoined from granting initial daca requests. Basically saying you haven't even started like don't even try
"u. s southern district" Discussed on KTRH
"Big rig carrying a load of nearly 100 illegal immigrants through Texas is now facing federal alien smuggling charges, Aaron Griffin said little during his first appearance today in San Antonio's federal court. If found guilty, he faces 10 years in prison, according to court papers. The 49 year old trucker admitted that he was paid to bring Packed trailer from Laredo to a San Antonio gas station where illegal immigrants bailed out So far 41 of them have been captured. $11,000 reward is now being offered for information leading to the arrest of a violent fugitive suspected of killing his wife at a Lamarque last year. Authorities have been looking for 48 year old Trent Paschal since he cut off his ankle monitor and robbed a Houston car dealer at gunpoint last month. See Michael O'Connor is the U. S marshal of the Southern District of Texas. We have unlimited time to locate, pursue and bring this individual to justice. We also have unlimited resource. So no matter where this subject is, we will pursue you as long as it takes and is much resource is as needed. Anyone with information on Trent Paschal's whereabouts should contact Crime stoppers. And election bill is going back to the Texas Senate after being passed by the House representative signed off on the measure this afternoon following hours of debate, Republicans argue the bill brings about Maura Transparency in elections, particularly involving poll watchers. However, Democrats are calling it voter suppression because it won't let county clerks send out mail in ballots unsolicited. It will likely end up in a conference committee because of amendments that were added During house debate. Drivers in Fort Bend County will notice new digital billboards County down to hurricane Season, which is June the first emergency Management Mark Flat, House says Clear Channel outdoor has strategically placed 10 of the billboards in high traffic areas around Fort Bend County. Take the time to have supplies, evacuation.
"u. s southern district" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"District of Ohio will resign at the end of the month. David DeVillars and other federal prosecutors like him, who were appointed by President Trump had been asked to leave by the Biden administration and DeVillars. Says he will resign the end of this month. The legacy of the U. S attorney for the Southern District of Ohio includes corruption cases against the former speaker of the Ohio House and three members of Cincinnati City Council and developers has only been U. S attorney since November of 2019. In a statement, he says he's absolutely certain the Southern district will bring their work to a successful and just closure. I met Reese News Radio 700 WLW, Ohio today, reporting just over 3200 new coronavirus cases. But there were 98 new deaths today, marking the a straight day that the status seen current Koba 19 related hospitalizations. Stay under 2,501,974. We're being treated as of today. If this train were to continue, the governor could let the nightly curfew by Thursday. Seven straight days of hospitalizations under 2500 are required to do that. The former Columbus police officer charged in the shooting death of an unarmed black man is out of jail after posting $1 million bail. Originally said a $3 million Judge Steven Mackintosh produced the bond Today Koi was met by protesters chanting, quote, convict! The cop Killer! Boy is charged with murder alone Kill convicted killer cop Excuse me. Coy is charged with murder, flown, Ease, assault and dereliction of duty after the shooting and killing of Andre Hill, December 22nd Kentucky Regional mask of a 19 vaccination sites will not open on Thursday, is originally scheduled to do the forecasted winter storm making its way across the state. West, central and southern parts of Kentucky, now under an ice storm, warning. The sites operated by Kroger include 13 Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington. They will now all open Friday. It will run Friday and Saturday continued the following weeks from Thursday through Saturday. The plan is to ramp up the operation in the coming weeks. Governor Andy Bashir reporting over 2300 cover 19 cases today in Kentucky with 35 new deaths. College Basketball. Kentucky underway hosting Arkansas fleeing for two in the opening minutes. A game could be heard on ESPN. 15 30 Dane this evening falling to PCU 76 67. Our next update is at 7 30. I'm Sean Gallagher News radio 700 wlw prescription opioids convey addictive and dangerous. Opioid.
"u. s southern district" Discussed on KGO 810
"On we're anticipating on bank insurance and tax fraud he may face in New York State Rico charge from the attorney general, the U. S. Southern district could take the case They brought against Michael Cohen and prosecute in from individual one who directed the criminal acts of Michael Cohen, Donald Trump, and we will have a piece up very soon. That D. C report. Maybe tomorrow maybe the next day about a major new development in a money laundering case, which is really been Donald's principal source of business, criminal money laundering for Russians, and there's been a significant development we found in the case We've been paid. Intention to in the public record that goes to this. It's not conclusive, but it indicates that things are moving forward. One thing about Donald is his whole life. Who are the people most closely associated with him that I've document. They are. Gangsters. Gangsters. Mob hitman in Atlantic City known as the young executioners, Irish Gangsters, Russian Gangsters, Kozak Gangsters. He's surrounded himself with criminals because he's in Donald Trump is the third generation head of a four generation white collar crime family. They don't break your legs. Break your finances. Well, can we expect help from the Republicans? If in fact they want to distance themselves from Trump and these because part of me says, Like, you know, the attorney General Garland is going to be sitting there thinking. It's a fun going to ring and it's gonna be Joe Biden going. You know what I mean? Is buying you gonna pull it trump and say, you know, we should let the states deal with this right now, because we haven't nothing. Joe Biden is going to interfere in the operation of the Justice Department. One of the things that it's not a requirement, but the Donald Trump changes. The attorney general's operate as the lawyer for the people, and they operate independently, and presidents don't tell them what to do. And we've seen presidents furious and frustrated because of that. That's why you try to pick somebody who you trust. It's why Jack Kennedy put his brother Robert and his attorney, general, Um Uh And so I don't. I think Biden will go in the high road in that area and leave it be. And I think that local U. S attorneys will decide which cases they're going to bring without this thing. This protection racket interference we saw from the Trump Administration. Um one of them's gonna happen. Donald Trump, by the way is imagine, Chip that you are one of the people on trial for, say, murder or seditious conspiracy in especially seditious conspiracy in the, uh Attempt at the Capitol. Wouldn't you want to call Donald Trump is a witness for the defense. Even if you're a hostile witness to try and mitigate your damage in front of the eyes of the jury. Well, Pence resign and I will he will he resign Intense partner, do you think No, I think at this point any possibility that which we've discussed on your show in the past, uh he's blown that by attacking pence and it is a sin. Donald is a man who, if he, if, if the save his own skin, it was necessary to throw even CA under the bus. He would do that, Donald. Donald has you and I are not people were objects. There is no connection to other human beings. You know, Donald can't tell a joke. He has no ability. Anybody who's a parent, you know, knows. You have to learn to laugh at yourself and Donald can't do that. I've never seen him. I've never heard him say one self deprecating thing in this whole period. David is I? Yeah, the next time we talk it, maybe maybe a different world We're looking at here. I don't know. I I still have a hard time fathoming how this all happened in four years, But I'm sure the seeds have been in the earth for a long time before. That was one last thing chip for go. Donald is not the disease. Donald is the symptom of the disease to mar that you need to address and part of that is we cannot ignore the economic carnage to the bottom 90% of Americans. That's something I've been writing about for years and neither party Takes an interest in it and does much about it. They certainly they may talk, but you know things get worse and worse or is my brother of the manual laborer said. You know what the Democrats done for me but give in to the Republicans. Well, I'll tell you this one of the things about DC report that order that I love is how how Well, you explain this stuff in a matter that is efficient, efficiently written and yet explosive enough to get a person. Really understand the issues at hand. So that's good stuff and congrats. We'll talk to you again soon. Be safe has always David by thank you So much for your time. 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