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"urquhart" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"60 in the eastbound side of 1 83 EC Pond near Main and Accidents reported being clear There are some lingering delays on that side with K L I f traffic on the fives. I'm Bill Jackson. I'm meteorologist Brad Barton. We're going to be sunny and hot today with a high near 98. It'll feel like 100 and shade this afternoon went out of the Southeast, Only 5 to 10 MPH Fair in 77 Tonight, Sunny in 97 tomorrow. 96, assuming some clouds from showers and storms, mainly southeast was on Saturday. Sunny, breezy, hot human on Sunday with high near 99. But we are expecting scattered afternoon showers and storms Monday with a high of 91. Rain tapering off Tuesday with a high of only 88 from the L I f W B A P. Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Brad Martin. It is 77 degrees in Mesquite right now. 76 In de Soto and 75 in Frisco. It is 706 now at K L i F Governor Abbott says Urquhart's request to conserve energy to relieve and overwhelmed power grid isn't a big deal. Everyone who's Been trying to make a big deal of the power grid of the past two days. I found where the exact same people who called me a Neanderthal after open up Texas 100%. They were hoping there would be a power failure. This week's request to conserve comes as market says a high number of generators are down for repairs. It follows February's deadly winter storm left millions of Texans in the dark, likening the issue to airlines, offering incentives to travelers who give up their seats on overbooked flights. Some energy Since be paid.
"urquhart" Discussed on Radicalize Me
"Dot assembly in such a way that it became more possible for them. To and i could see a situation where we run tool assemblies. Where you'd have the local authority assembly that way down the road and then you'd have the party assembly of the t. would have lost members and common so they'd have a lock dot com but they wouldn't be quite the same thing right. Yes i guess what because right is the real decisions won't be on the taken by the people in the assemblies in the future sites. Yeah talk about. The whole idea is is some scaffolding so the idea is you built the stark democracy up against the representative democracy when the direct democracy becomes sort of Half enough it can just pick away right on time because foundation at mutual aid on community and stuff like that trust underneath it already. It's sort of a power perch recipes. Yeah okay yeah that makes sense i so the it was basically an open invitation like the assemblies. Here the meetings happening you can be here and you can be part of it And you know. Because i especially you know i don't know about the uk or other places but in the us. I'm sure a lot of people. Don't go to their town hall meetings. So like i don't like i think people sort of have it in their heads like what's it gonna do. I'm gonna go yell at city council and maybe they'll think about it but If it is like a direct democracy thing. I i think most people would probably do it. Everyone also when chelsea physical because by disabled people were very keen to keep inclusive. The unthought means not everyone can participate by being at meeting so whenever we make a decision. There's also sunday grace period where people can comment on not can restart the whole process if enough people say no we just like this it starts the yet we no longer have consensus than we reevaluate. And we go back to the drawing board and we which will those people in and we try to reconnect this undid a slightly once when we were doing our selection process and there was a a few minor points the people rights but very late in the consultation period. So i ended up taking. It's three weeks. Make the decision when we expect to in a one but thoughts the sort of thing you not from new defiance processes to help with. But what we're going to be doing is physical meetings when we can actually help them They will be broadcast as well. So that will be a stream. People will be able to join in with their own zoom. They will either be able to send questions off questions directly all-race points And sometimes these things will probably take us if different meetings in practice rather than it being one single meeting with a combination of tally operation in many locations and things like that we can probably throw largely voices involved. The other issue is often with our democracies they get a bad with a number of people in them So zoom has the breakout rooms. Essentially so if you've got the an assembly that deals with disability rights for example if you're people joy and some of these people are going to be interested particularly how that relates to medicine so you would create a medically related disability rights assembly and they would cut off and they were going deal with that but they would still be a member of the original assembly to Like with the regional assemblies
"urquhart" Discussed on Radicalize Me
"Seo a storefront for your merch a blog section and a mailing list so you can stay in touch with fans plans. Start at just twelve dollars a month and if you use my link in the show notes you'll be supporting the show while you build up your own you've got nothing to lose. Give it a shot with a free trial. And you'll see what i mean once again. That's pod page dot com and use my link in the show notes and now back to the show Fun believer in distributing power stocks prize-giving. Against but i am i think if you power collect anywhere that it will collect more power. It's like it's bit like a magnet on filings. You called lock any magnets in the iron filings. You have to make sure that the five magnet free otherwise all collector around will lead anyone in the real world unfortunately like any kind of people like culture personality but they never had well right. It's how good you all fundamentally if everybody tells you good you stop trying at that point. I don't think people say the phrase Obsolete power corrupts absolutely free. It's not the power. That corrupts is is the Harbor deci is the is the overwhelming niceness that you receive when you have power that means that you you stop trying because people are just nineteen mile walk. And if you don't have to try at all. I think. I think a good society society that balances needing to try unsupported enough to allow you to dry so the everybody gets to try and everybody gets to actually be themselves without becoming a vacillates which everybody else pulls that wants and then you become overwhelmed right. Yes so i'm i'm wondering if there is any. You know historical precedent you can point to whether it's you know thousands of years ago or more recent Where there was a structure like this s. As you know. I'm not necessarily asking like this even work but like interested. If there is any sort of thing that you you feel that you could compare it to. Yeah there are. Actually a number of things are around right now quite some might say karma what town. It's in strobe talbott head. Don't wanna i'm not to look it up ton this a inspiring in southern spain. I believe as a amicus federation that was originally setup to Union reasons basically challenging on employment. Because it's a poor town and the got behind the dockers talk is formed the federation but this this federation grown to fill unexpected spices. Now that happens quite law and it doesn't really got spike about because obviously capitalist societies. Don't wanna talk about the flourishing completely. Different saudis inside them than one in america Which is a tent. City karma named again nearly. But it's it's wrong on the ground. With basically with the direct participatory democracy. Also going back a bit further. There was ukraine the free territory in ukraine which was was run along not dissimilar lines highly recommend oil wells writings as well visiting the spanish free territory way described peek he. He was surprised when he visited because he mentioned that he would. Encounter society still clinging to the old society He was that you would encounter something in transition and had only been a couple of years of that point they encounter something completely different encountered a society. That was already entrenched living. It's fast life in the end. All of these these historic ones have not been overwhelmed by the failure of organization or by corruption of stuff. It's been times basically. Yeah yeah is the was. The spain example Was catalonia or now. Look because i also i read part of Anarchy works by peter gill's loose and he was talking about Barscelona had had something similar to
"urquhart" Discussed on Radicalize Me
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"urquhart" Discussed on Radicalize Me
"So okay so there's no like central organization so it is like almost like the The the sort of different states have have you each have their own democratic party thing. But you don't have the sort of central. Dnc fan happening so the the closest we have a central organizing committee of any kind is to start organizers so we have the secretary committee which is largely running because we haven't elected all the people necessary to run it site on basically the only member of the moment but We're not big enough to really pushed out yet. fine But the secretary of committees job is just day to day stuff so like get the money out of the bank consented to this person or confirm this thing. All somebody says is this policy consensus account funded document and you go and check it for them. It's like it's not making decisions. It's carrying out other people's decisions instead. So it's it's an actual executive instead of how how executives tend to work abrupt sensor democracies where they take on leadership roles are executive tilson Any leadership capability so. I can't make decisions and all all of the day to day decisions that the secretary committee can take require unanimous decision. Everybody on the committee has to commit to this. Being enslaved policy consensus is what the decision is. So you like is this consensus. Yes the problem. Neri's of course. Is that the members can revive opposition. That who might study time so they just have to call for They said you didn't. You didn't stick to consensus that. So we're gonna replace you but it's pretty much simple. Yeah yeah we would. The i mean the point about the executive is is so good because i recently looked into The us congress under the articles of confederation which You know like we hear a lot about seventeen. Seventy six was the you know the founding of the us and this and that but it was like a over a decade later before we had the constitution as we know it and and george washington became president before that we had the articles of confederation and there was basically congress and a president who just had to like sign off on what congress decided. That just sounded so much better than what we have which is Which is chaos with a senate and president has too much power in some ways and not enough and others so yeah. I like that that structure. You're talking about
"urquhart" Discussed on Radicalize Me
"In disability activism organisms organisms organizations familiar with It's it's designed so that we can all take either from each other which is silas again. It's it's very much from each holding to ability to each quoting. Nate right Yeah the it. It does seem like a anarchist structures to serve that that sort of Socialist idea very well And it it does seem to sort of cover some of the basis that When we think in terms of of just in like this socialist like worker mindset it. Might we might sort of leave. Some out If we're so focused on on workers and then it's like well not everyone can can work the same way. But so when would you say that or so was the was the labor party ever You know more left or like did it change. Its at some point like when would you say it happened if it did. So i'd say the labor quality strove to be left wing from the beginning But it was from the very beginning coopted by wealthy people who wanted to slightly different agenda. You basically central democrats until the. It was impossible to implement socialism quickly. And you'd have to do it quite slowly. Long period of time and thought was fighting society co-founders policy with the trade union movement But the fabian have the money and so they tended to produce the findings society produce have pays so almost all. Emp's in the party pop from handful. I'll twenty twenty five. Are members of the fighting society or is written for the fighting society all had donations from the fabian society. So the parliamentary labour policy is fabienne. And then you have the membership in the unions and essentially apart from a brief of couples. Medicine like party's history. The fabian of always been on top and a great example of when they want on top was during coleman's time and what they did was they sabotage to elections to make sure that they were So i don't think labour's have been not far left. I think there's been a constant struggle to try to drag it to the left but always been very hill. I it's time to stop flogging donkey that whole so this point right. Yeah i was just thinking because i think tony blair was labor party. Is that right. yeah he was. Yeah 'cause he was the first one. I was old enough to be aware of And yeah he never struck me as as much of a leftist yawn when he was he was giving speeches conference when he was a young person before he was a big politician. He came across as very socialist. I think that was. That's because it's how you rise in the nypd posse isn't talk the talk then once you're in a position of power you start walking the walk out and kiss dhamma. The current leader of the labour policy. Easter royd for a trotskyist magazine news. The additives for he wants right the woods. I'm not sure the police have any place in civil society. He went on director of prosecutions. Right yeah yeah sounds like obama. Or hillary clinton or any of any of our guys but yeah so. The cooperation is is an interesting point. Because you know. Speaking of people not understanding socialism. I think A the people don't really get that like a lot of the the sort of Stalinist like the the the bad side of what we call. Socialism is like yeah. They're authoritarian like status forces that co-opt these movements and say like yes. We are socialist. And then they do things and i always say like yeah. People don't understand like americans don't understand that because they also understand that. The enlightenment was a good idea that was co opted by rich slave owners. Here you know. Like i think it's a similar sort of process that happens and wondering if you have a sense of like what. How could like harmony party or any other leftist party going forward. Avoid that. i think i'll muddle. Is how woida structure. Which hasn't really come were federation of assemblies. So there is no national policy. That has no national executive committee There's no cold group Speak for everybody else instead. Each assembly house. A five chris. Whether it's geographical light you live. Assembly full cycle Throw off the southeast england assembly assembly constituency. And there's also a sublease for specific
"urquhart" Discussed on Radicalize Me
"Voice in the site consistently through that day. Otherwise you wake up in the morning and you haven't our freedom to walk freight house of toiling under a tyrant which doesn't make sense and you turn onto the time for housed. You'll free time so it makes freedoms something that you earn which is inherently pernicious like any society which believes it's going to slide in touch all the terrorism slowly right. Yeah it's a. It's a an extension of freedom. It's a it's a democracy expansion pack. We haven't installed yet like the This is how richard wolfe puts it. Which i think sort of builds on some about mark said which is that you know. Capitalism was a step forward in that regard. It was better than feudalism and feudalism was guess. Better than slavery you know. And it's like yeah but if we want to like take this next step it's democratizing the workplace But you know at least a very large part of it i disagree. That capsules was just four because capitalism replaced feudalism in the city's a city power civilization. But not in the countryside at the time. You were practising off sound socialism. You have society those belt on gifting on trust on on the idea that somebody would do because she knew you can trust them to do it. You do the exchange money when you didn't trust people and so that was something he did in the city. When you went to the big city you can trust people. You knew that because lent's top of each other here. An feudalism extended that power into the countryside. And said that you have to trust the market. You have to trust the system. The nation you can't trust each other option was a major step back and swipe tend to think of capitalism is neo feudalism internally. Because it's the extension of feudalism over the countryside with a nice little risk into make it pretty. Yeah okay interesting yeah i. I haven't heard it put that way. Yeah that's that's really interesting. I think richard wolfe tense to Sort of generalized things to get people to have like a basic understanding. And that might be you know maybe to a fault sometimes but yeah yeah Who's i wanna go next So when it comes to the the disability stuff in the medical side of it I had a similar experience actually And for you know for a long time like did the whole doctor and can't find anything wrong and I ended up with a diagnosis of fibromyalgia. Which is you know not to credit the The priest doctor there but That that wasn't like the most helpful diagnosis. Because it's not there's no like real set like treatment plan for it. The one thousand diagnosis owns trying to get until and still on. Because my simpson's lost right so in the uk. Would that help you with that. Get you on disability or something like that. Having that diagnosis it would would actually get me support. Because of the moment of piper thrice crisis and a recently unfortunately hot resulted only in the knees. But i have paying widespread throughout my body. So i currently just have heightened phenomenon raisin witch. It gets called into question after the regular assessments as well. So that's where i have to go in and In the polish joints by norway. And stuff like that bite. Supposed- medical
ERCOT CEO Refuses $800K Payout Following Firing
"W. Away, I fired CEO of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas as he won't seek or accept his severance pay. Under his contract, Bill Magnus would have been owed more than $800,000 or one year of his base salary. Urquhart's board voted Wednesday to give Magnus a 60 day termination notice or cots been heavily criticized recently for failure to prepare and respond properly to the winter storm that knocked out electric power for millions of Texans and caused dozens of deaths and it turns out ERCOT kept market prices for power high for nearly two more days after widespread outages ended on February 17th. Resulting in $16 billion in additional cost to Texas power companies. The independent market Monitor for the Public Utility Commission of Texas was which oversees ERCOT wrote in a letter that ERCOT should have reset the prices the following day and recommends ERCOT retroactively a men
Thousands In Texas Still Don't Have Power As Lawmakers Investigate ERCOT
"Last week's mass power failure continues, and so does the political fall out. Have been resignations from the body that oversees the grid and lawmakers open their investigations tomorrow. Joining us now is Dominic Anthony Walsh of Texas. Public Radio. Hi there. Hi. First. How's the recovery going? How are people doing? So the majority of the state does have power and water back. But there are still thousands of residents, especially in the Texas Hill country, for example, who don't have power and their electric provider isn't sure when the power will be back. So for thousands of people of this crisis has stretched on for more than a week. And you know bodies are still being found. Local officials are saying it will be weeks till we know the full number of people who died in this disaster, but it's already in the dozens and is expected to climb to well over 100. And these are people who couldn't power medical equipment people who froze to death in their homes or in their cars, as well as people without housing, who froze to death outdoors, experiencing the worst of the conditions. Wow. So in the face of that staggering death toll, the hearings begin tomorrow and the actions of ERCOT, the body that manages the Texas grid are likely to be front and center. What do you expect to come up? Is gonna be a lot. But one key question. Why wasn't the power grid ready? But ERCOT, which again is at the center of all this doesn't actually own the physical infrastructure that provides power. Rather Okay, just oversees the flow of electricity. Here's Peter Crampton, now former member of their cots board. He spoke at his final board meeting earlier today. Cutlets flying a 7 47. It had not one but two engines experience catastrophic failure. And flew the damage playing for 103 hours before safely landing in the Hudson. In my mind the men and women in their car control room here out. So in this analogy, those engines that blew up could be power generating units owned by public and private power companies, not ERCOT again. Haircuts rule was to do an emergency landing. That's the order of so called Syria's of controlled blackouts. So that and even worse crash when it happened like the entire grid going off line, which, according to Urquhart, could take a weeks or months to repair. So far, Kat is likely to argue that they were just doing the best they could with a bad situation. Are there other places Lawmakers might look to hold people accountable. Absolutely. First, there is the Public Utility Commission of Texas. It oversees our cod and has a three member board appointed by Governor Greg Abbott. Second, there's the railroad Commission, which actually oversees the natural gas sector, not railroads and the natural gas sector failed to provide enough power during this crisis. Those two agencies, the Public Utility Commission and the railroad Commission have regulatory power. ERCOT does not. And of course, there is the state Legislature itself, which actually makes the laws that these agencies are supposed to enforce. One proposal mandate that all plants whether as against cold weather, and there's a debate around that who pays for the weatherization taxpayers or the company's And finally, people are already resigning. Tell us about why So Peter, cramped in who we heard earlier, along with a few other board members resigned after taking heat that because they didn't live in the state now did them living out of the state caused these blackouts. No, but Governor Greg Abbott was quick to welcome The news. In the short term market officials will face hearing from the state Legislature tomorrow, and there will be tough questions for them. But again, Ultimately there are other bodies that hold most of the power is actually mandate changes after all of this.
"urquhart" Discussed on KTRH
"The ktrh Top tax Defenders. 24 Hour Weather Center is 10 01. Our top story. A Saturday night crash on West Timer leaves one dead and three people hospitalized about a 30 last night near Sage. Cab was trying to make a U turn was hit by four motorcycles. Senator Gina Smith, a Minnesota wants federal regulators to investigate price gouging as Midwest costs for power spiked 100 times normal during the storm. She wants to know at a nationwide level whose fault this wasp and says Some of the public utilities. Providing the power don't have the financial resource is to cover their own expenses during the fridges storm, and they're not gonna be able to pass those costs onto customers because the customers can't afford it either. 11 year old in Conroe, died Tuesday night in the cold now his family's filing $100 million lawsuit against Urquhart and enter Ji, claiming they were negligent. The family's attorney, Tony Busby, tells our TV partner, Channel two There are awaiting autopsy results for the official cause of Christian Pavel owns death, but they believe hypothermia played a role. Common sense tells you that obviously, the weather played a part in his death. His mother is very clear that he had no underlying conditions whatsoever that Make him particularly vulnerable to cold weather. A funeral for the child is going to be held next week in the Woodlands with a high about 70 This afternoon after freezing Cold Week comes the weekend recovery cleaner Texas She first start off by putting an insurance claim. It's an insurance and she started with taking a photo of the dam just make a list of the damages. But in the acting administrator.
"urquhart" Discussed on KOMO
"FM Oakville. From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis Senator Ted Cruz Back home in Texas, trying to explain why he flew to Cancun with his family amid catastrophic power and water outages, not to mention deaths in his state. A reporter calling amount for trying to claim the firestorm over his trip in the viral pictures of him at the airport is just a political distraction, but it wouldn't be a distraction if you'd stayed here, said the same things right and gotten out in the streets. I I agree Reporter Tom Abraham's with our Houston ABC affiliate, Katya R K crew's admits the trip was a mistake and says he returned as soon as he could get a flight back. Meantime, the suffering continues in Texas with some limited improvement. Power outages are down to about 300,000 customers for more than three million the day before. But boil water advisories remain in effect for millions more Texas Governor Greg Abbott putting the blame on the state's private energy company, ERCOT Texans. Deserve answers about why the shortfalls occurred. And how they're going to be corrected, and Texans will get those answers Governor Abbott issuing an executive order to investigate Urquhart's failures, six Capitol police officers have been suspended with pay 29 Morris under investigation for their actions during the capital riot. Some took Selfies. Others were called on video watching the riders enter the capital without taking any action and out of this world event to NASA's perseverance Rover sticking a history making landing on Mars..
"urquhart" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"That's the periodic nature of wind. So here's another fascinating bit of incompetence, you'll to really love this one. So when ERCOT was panicking, and they were beginning to shut down power Shut down power to the substations out in Midland and West Texas that power the natural gas pipelines that fed natural gas to the natural gas power plants. And so instead of 16 billion cubic feet of gas moving through these lines, it was cut down before and when these massive plants that are used to operating 24 73 65 except for scheduled maintenance. When they start to go down. You can't just like flip a switch and turn them back on again. It takes a few hours and end if the temperature is zero or negative five. Now you've got a real problem because as that plant shuts down, some things would freeze. Which wouldn't have normally done so when it was operating at full capacity, and so they really shot themselves in the foot. And that's why Governor Greg Abbott is asking for all of them to reside. Now Urquhart's really interesting. You have wind power people on it. You have people who live in Michigan. You have someone from Germany on it. It's it's a nonprofit. It's a 51 C four And it's responsible for managing the electricity in the grid in Texas. Well, who has the authority over her cot? Well, the Public Utilities Commission in Texas But here's the thing they can't actually just order them to fire their board. All that can happen is is Governor Abbott, who is the most popular politician. In Texas can say you should resign and hopefully they'll get the message and they'll resign. Was that just a stupid mistake to cut the power that feeds? The gas powered plants. Well, it was a stupid mistake, compounded by the fact that we had no margin in the first place, and we had no margin in the first place because we've been over building wind pepper, and we've been retiring coal fired power plants. Which, by the way is President Biden's plan, right? He and Camilla Harris, that's what they want to do They want so I mean, it's similar to the problems we had last summer in California. I think that is that you know this. This whole green thing has become this slogan, and it's not thought through. It's very complicated As you've explained, although we followed it Well, you explained it really well, but you can't just have this stupid slogans saying Well, let's do wind and solar well, it doesn't work in all circumstances, and it creates other problems. You didn't. There's no intelligent discussions of this stuff anymore, either. Either you want to relive the environment yet religion, So here's another challenge. You know, Texas has gradually been adding some battery story. Do you have a lot more in California? Now? It's very, very costly. You know something? Host batteries don't work really Well when it gets cold, so the batteries that we did have the modest amount. They lost 60% of their capacity because it was so damn cold to begin with. So here's the Here's the thing with wind and solar If if you're going to operate a grid off of wind and solar, and people say, Oh, look how cheap it is. No, no, it's not cheap, because if you really want the lights on in the heat to work when you really need it. You have to spend trillions of dollars, building hundreds of millions of metric tons worth of battery farms to store up that electricity. When you have it so that it's there when you need it in the winter, when the sun isn't shining much Chuck. Really great to have you on. Thank you. Best IX. Explanation of all this nonsense. Chuck DeVore vice President, Texas Public Policy Foundation. Former California legislator, talk with you again soon. Thank you. All right. I guess he's not have any second thoughts about Texas that, okay? Gotta be tougher than that one called step. Not a lot of people.
"urquhart" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"To 5. Long term care dot com, now from the Cairo radio new Center streaming on the Cairo radio APP to Seattle police officers are under investigation after attending the violent Pro Trump Rally the U. S Capitol last week. Power seven TV's Deborah Horn has details. If they went into the Capitol building, and that's a crime. Retired King County Sheriff John Urquhart says the First Amendment protects the officers if they remained outside the U. S Capitol. But if they too broke in, they committed the federal equivalent of criminal trespassing. Something that could cost them their jobs. Criminal trespass, especially in this particular situation is exceedingly serious on. I would think they would. They would really be in jeopardy of losing their jobs if they went in that building. It's still unclear where the officers were during the attack there now on pays leave during the investigation. A slap in the face. That's how black community leaders fighting for police reform. See the police response to the attacks on the state and national capitals. If these were black people there on the capital, the barriers would already been their defenses would have been up day's events. They wouldn't have made it anywhere near the capital tomorrow, sounds very with converged media who was on the front lines filming Black Lives matter. Protestors in Seattle nightly all throughout last year. Says the difference in their response was incredible when it was white protesters, But he also sees it as a rare opportunity. We could look at ourselves directly see who we are, and hopefully learn from that. Let's see America from who we really are and our deficiencies for who we really are and try to go from there. That's pyro radios. Hannah Scott reporting reminder to drivers part of East found 5 20 is closed this weekend that so crews can realign the traffic lanes between Montlake Boulevard in Seattle and 92nd Avenue northeast in Bellevue. Eastbound Lanes will be closed until 5 a.m. tomorrow. Westbound 5 20 lanes will remain open. Checking on your Cairo radio forecast pretty mild day today of her Washington winter cloudy with some light winds. Now through really the rest of the evening will have highs and lows in the mid forties. Right now it's 48 degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Miley Katie..
"urquhart" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Lasted 17 minutes, is part of agency failures. It also criticizes the misinformation given to the public, with initial media releases, saying that Lee had a knife. The Li family is suing the county over Tommy's death, family attorney Jeff Campy says. They've always known what this independent review found, And those facts are that Tommy died of two gunshot wounds to his back and one to the back of his hand. No amount of getting together and getting your story straight. Changes. That fact. Tommy was not attacking the officer with a knife when he was shot. And the report also pointed out that there was no knife. There never was a knife and he was shot in the back, and those facts are omitted from the King County Sheriff's Office reports. I ask you. How is it? That experience investigator would leave out the fact that Tommy was shot in the back when he was at the autopsy. And that's what The independent investigator concluded that this just simply was a sham. Campese calls the shooting and what he believes was a cover up after the fact wholly unacceptable. Later this morning. The outside review will formally be presented to the county Council Law and Justice Committee where Sheriff Mitzi Johanna will speak to it. And Hannah joins us lives. This happened under Shover cart on we now have Ah, New Sheriff Muncey geomagnetic. This sounds to me like cops caught lying, correct. That's what this independent review would definitely definitely suggests. There was some misinformation. Some of the issue here is that the force of your board report came out in 2018. That was after Sheriff Joe hadn't have taken office. And so she essentially Let that come out, and there was not enough of information in that report. Not a lot of details were in there. That should have been Shi issued in the statement last night from her office an apology for that, and already indicated that they had already made some corrections in the department policy. Because of that, we expect to hear a lot more from her than Corrections Department policy. What does that mean? Policy is, you don't lie. Right. That's always been the right. Yes, yes, but what The What This is specifically talking about is like the also the misinformation. When the initial public media release came out, it said that Tommy Lee had a knife which he did not, and it didn't come become clear. They didn't publicly say that he didn't have a knife for some time. So that's some of the criticism here. That is something that happened under John Urquhart is the person who issued that false statement still working for the sheriff. Yes, yes, All the deputies involved in here's the other big thing that this report pointed out. There's a couple of different reasons that this happened but They're the timing of the shooting right before 9 40 took effect and as Constantine was revamping the county inquest process. Essentially amounted to this never being reviewed by the prosecutor for any possible criminal action. It's the first that's something that the the author of this Independent Reviews, wrote in all of his 20 years of looking at these types of incidents. He's never seen a case where there hasn't been The question of someone prosecutor looking at whether this was legal or not, And it's a timing thing because the inquest processes on hold because of a lawsuit and because the implementation of I 9 40 hadn't completely taken effect yet. It's just out there with no no one looking at it for that, Like all sorts of excuses, But the problem is the initial sin of putting ally to papers. So tell me this you mean, you know a lot of cops bring a lot more than I do. Is this still there? This idea that you got to be part of the club here. You've gotta play along you Whatever you do, you can't you If it requires lying to protect a cop. You must do it. Is that still the culture? I think there's still some that have that mentality. Not all. I think most cops that I know are on board with the things that we're talking about, kind of collectively as a nation right now. Police reforms, making sure you know there's not these awful use of force killings that air just simply unjustified and making sure that there's better oversight and that there is if there is a mistake made if there is something that's not working Or if there is a lie that there's some sort of accountability. Accountability is the key here. There's never any accountability that something has to change. Most of the law enforcement people that I know completely agree with those changes, and not that brotherhood kind of mentality. There's always going to be like you have in the military. You gotta have your your buddies back so There's always see what's happening in the military like that Fort Hood with that kind of culture, and do they understand how difficult it is for those of us who grew up respecting authority, and Ah Honor. The police want respect how difficult it is for us to maintain that attitude. When stuff like this comes out, you want to be able to, and I mean, I've been a reporter for a long time. I always took police as God's truth because they swear an oath is an oath. And if the cops don't tell the truth, innocent people go to jail. And as that happens more and more and more People get fed up, and that's the problem we have now and we see where it leads. I can't believe this would still be going on, and I couldn't agree with you more. That's something that again has pointed out in this report again. This happened in 2017. It was a little bit of a different time then, but, yeah, three years ago, it was only three years ago. I expect maybe in the sixties when we had, you know, systemic corruption in the police actually on the take. Thank goodness those days are gone, I think, but for this to continue its crazy Hannah No, and I completely agree and again. There's got to be this big change in this accountability. There is that Lack of information. There has forever been this kind of feeling in police agencies all over the nation that you don't give anything more than than you absolutely have. Nowadays, though, again, most cops that I know they feel just like you do when somebody that they worked with has an incident like this, or there's some sort of, you know, lying or misinformation or cover up even That happens. They don't want that. Because that makes them look bad. It completely erodes the public trust, and it makes it more dangerous for them to be doing their own jobs. So there's a more cops than not who support Bringing these things the light and making the changes that everybody is calling for. You know, I've talked with the Sura, who runs the criminal justice, Police training right? And she's and that's her philosophy. You're not You're not helping by covering up. You're making it worse when you cover up. Absolutely. And she's great. And she will help bring about a lot of the change is absolutely wonderful Areas. Hannah Scott, Hannah. Thank you. Let us take a look at the weather. Actually, there's not much to look at. Except that it's going to be a gorgeous as far as the eye could see, at least for the next 10 days. So just to double check here, All I see is maybe a little bit of cloud and is moving in on Saturday in a little bit of cloudiness on On Monday. We will welcome it by then, because the rest is just sunny as faras we can see the warmest day is apparently going to be no fried is going to be 83. That's pretty warm. Next.
"urquhart" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck
"Fire. John doesn't seem cowed. I only I only one leg give me some show for my life withdraw your men from fifty yards from the door and I'll come out and fight you fight you seriously. I'm guessing you're jealous enough to shoot a president of the United States your zealous enough to take on over twenty armed soldiers, but Luther doesn't want a shootout. He retorts you didn't come here to fight you off to take you prisoner, but we will take you dead or alive at this point Dave. He loses his nerve. He's had enough running and he definitely doesn't want to get into a firefight wage. Federal calorie John's co-conspirator exits the barn with his hands up soldiers immediately NAB him the youngest Garrett son Richard jr. Describes quote the Palm little wretch was dragged away whining and crying like a child and securely bound to a tree and the yard, he kept up his whimpering until the captain had ordered him gagged closed quote home with Davey out-of-the-way Everton Luther and Edward realized they're going to have to turn the heat up on John literally. They said a few Pine boughs on fire and put the Flaming branches up against the back corners of Old Barn the hay dried. Tobacco leaves and barn boards and immediately catch fire flames quickly light up the moonless night one soldier Sergeant Boston Corvette clearly see an armed John standing in the middle of barn Boston. It's all male heavy mutton chops decides to take action. He raises his Colt revolver takes off. through a gap in farm boards and shoes the bullet strikes John through the neck severing part of his spinal cord Lincoln's assassin slumps to the ground Boston later explains his decision. It was not through fear at all that shot him. But because it was my impression that it was time. The man was shot for I thought he would do harm to our men and trying to fight his way through that Den if I did not but instead of Boston shot Edward in a few soldiers rush into the barn and dragged John safely away from the now Raging Fire John's alive, but barely he's paralyzed from the neck down and can barely breath Only The Reflex action of his diaphragm keeps are moving in and out of his lungs. The gears put a mattress on the front porch a few soldiers Place limp languishing John on the mattress then run to get a local doctor as the Eastern Horizon grows lighter with the impending dong Doctor Charles urquhart arrives on the scene, but there is nothing he can do medical technology in 1865 can't save a person paralyzed from the neck down Everton Lutheran Edwards John's pockets. They find the small memo book in which John has been recording his thoughts while on the Run has ever since its near John and reads through the often rambling memo book entries. He notices John was trying to speak Everton leans down and puts his ear next.
"urquhart" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"urquhart" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"It's to seventeen in new york seven seventeen here in london you're listening to the globalist monocle twenty four tonto tokyo business now i'm joined on the line by justin urquhart stewart a business analyst and co founder of seven investment management welcome to the program justin and it's not time with a month where all is around the united states and what they call nonfarm payrolls tell us more yes known farm payrolls are ridiculous title for somebody which is basically unemployment and these unemployment figures are being showing remarkable figures over the past few months we can actually go back to run about six months ago when people were saying that america affected reach zero on employment course you never get zero unemployment technical zero is down to a level which really means you're not gonna get much improvement but archie after that it continued to go further and further down what you actually saw was that she more people coming back into employment those people are just ruled themselves out of employment for whatever reason and this has continued now it's starting to slow and we've now need to look in more detail takers and will waiting in some idea in terms of some of the payment figures coming through as well as well as the hourly payments are in our people feeling better off land is shot sign should be there whether there is any tightening in that economy so it's very good news we had so far but the indications are beginning to see the start of a rollover now as the economy has gone from at you're going very well indeed starting to say well actually no wits it's starting to slow the speed of growth and that's what normal but we'll probably go against possibly some of the views the president is trying to actually articulate if that's the word for him at the moment is certainly the case but i guess when it comes to an economic slowdown it is an edible at some point in the key thing is whether it's a slow slow down or a sharp slowdown.
"urquhart" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Hey let's go fair enough jack urquhart at jack irk says where willie each euro eventually rank in all time mariners greats that's a great question it is a great question because think of the candidates you have jr came griffey jr you have alex rodriguez you have edgar martinez then you have randy johnson right okay don't forget jana johnson now he's not an at saint cup of judges named four hi how hall of fame caliber players okay and you're in nj beauty let's go um i think second for what it's worth just behind junior while i asked the i think randy johnson's actually i mean randy johnson is arguably the greatest lefthanded pitcher of all time and you've got him third in franchise history josh billy yeah i mean not in not in terms of like actual i mean maybe even in terms of actual brain as each arose incredible i mean it's you can make a case i i'm not crazy for saying that buster i'm really not tournament me sampras said i'm not crazy probably got eijiro third i've i've probably will put griffey one i might put randy johnson to fair enough james weber james weber y l spring training stats are what they are we all know that but buster do you see the cardinals trying to steal more bases this year with wong already having six in seven tries this spring and fair i'm being a twenty steal guy already i hope so we talked early in the week has stolen bases are down but i just feel like the way the teams game plan these days if some team decided they want to stop the cardinals from running they can do it and they will do it and that's why i don't think there's going to be a lot of people stand look we've seen the stats last year only three guys had 40 more steals for his and that's you know in two thousand fifteen the same thing happened that's the fewest since 19th sixty seven okay so we're seeing a real decline in stolen bases and finally been testing are and be a tesla owner why aren't the rockies in the lynn or arietta market it would seem that the addition of one of those guys would make them a real contender out west.
"urquhart" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up
"His twitter that is the news round up on the weaken geek but we are not done yet coming up next it's our random channel where we talk about all the fun stuff happening behind the scenes here in the tech industry you're listening to the weaken geek on key choir this week choir podcast is sponsored in part by connects seattle's iconic new high rise apartment tower ideally located where south lake union becomes downtown seattle connects us perhaps the most architecturally stunning addition to seattle skyline it features two full floors of amenities including signature rooftop pool and offers forty unique floor plans to choose from learn more about these one of a kind apartments now leasing at connects tower dot com that's k i n e c t s tower dot com and welcome back you're listening to the weaken geek on key choir it's time for the random channel that time of the show when we talk about all the fun things were buzzing about behind the scenes here aggie choir this week we were talking about the election earlier i'm gonna jump in take hosts privileges here on and give my random channel item first of gay and we're talking about the election earlier this week my most eyecatching moment the one that really caught my attention was aligned from the seattle times story about the outcome of the king county sheriff's race where john or cart who was accused of some sexual abuse allegations the incumbent he will let me just read it this is from the seattle times coverage burkheart who has been quote urquhart who has been critical of the seattle times coverage of sexual abuse allegations made against him sent the seattle times reporter to a non existent campaign party across town from where the sheriff showed up tuesday night at sean o don.