32 Burst results for "Us Marshall Service"

"us marshals service" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:43 min | 1 d ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Fascinating that anybody in Washington would come out and say something like, oh, we're gonna work against actively work against this piece of legislation when I could not agree with you, more rich. This is like, to me, it's just, there's such a high level of incredulity that comes over me when I look at things like this. Now, let's talk about this leak investigation because I've heard about it. I understand it's not a criminal investigation, but it's more like an HR investigation. How does that square for you? No, not very good question. Here's the thing. You have a Marshall same term, but it's not the United States marshal service. The U.S. marshal service is part of the Justice Department just so the listeners get a little context. But the Supreme Court itself, the Supreme Court has a marshal of the court. And the marshal of the court does have subpoena power and investigative power. And so forth. Any charges would be brought across by the U.S. Department of Justice, but the bottom line is that my understanding is that we've covered this a little bit is that the marshal of the court is actively investigating right now. And people ask me, it does explain what they're doing. What would they be looking at and the answer to that rich is emails, text messages, computer data and information who had access to the draft opinion, okay? And they're really drilling down on it. In my opinion, a little luck, they're going to find out who did it. So I'm presuming that they do. I'm looking at an article in Yahoo news that says that a lot of the characters are running scared and they're getting lawyered up. And if they do, can they compel them to testify if they don't really have the ability to arrest or do they? What does it look like? Is it ultimately you just get fired? Very good question. And here's the nuts and bolts to answer, which gets mildly tricky, but not really. The point is, is that, okay, so somebody lawyers up. And they're asked to give an interview. And their lawyer tells them to decline that. They're not required. But then there are situations where they can be forced, which is a subpoena, obviously, either a subpoena from the marshal of the Supreme Court or they get DoJ involved and a grand jury subpoenas issued, then what happens is they can assert a Fifth Amendment privilege, interestingly enough on the theory that what they did is a crime, but that's debatable and sort of another seminar. But people somewhat loosely circus it. And then they would not have to testify essentially. They would go into the grand jury room, take the 5th on a number of questions. But that's getting a little bit ahead of the ski tips just in the sense, but it was a good question. I think that basically, I think that internally at the court, I do think they're going to figure out what happened, but you make an excellent point, which is my goodness if they've lawyered up so those lawyers and I've been doing this 30 years would be likely to tell them well wait a minute. We're not going to submit for any voluntary interviews, et cetera, et cetera. But at the same time, the privileges don't apply necessarily to documents and so forth. You probably like emails and tests. So again, I think they're going to figure it out. All right, folks, we're on with Doug burns, and we're going to hold him for another segment and continue to pick his brain from the perspective of a federal prosecutor. Doug burns is with us. Our phone number again 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo. I'm rich Valdez. This is the Westwood one radio network. This

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"us marshals service" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Special operations command their advisers American green beret advisers were practically begging for more During his visit Biden is expected to thank factory workers for their efforts Each missile costs around a $178,000 to build For NPR news I'm Kyle gassett in Montgomery It's been three days since a jail in May charged with capital murder in Alabama disappeared as he was being transferred by a corrections officer the officers whereabouts are also unknown As NPR's Joe Hernandez reports the U.S. marshal service is offering up to $10,000 for information leading to the capture of that inmate Casey white is facing two counts of capital murder and disappeared on Friday after leaving jail with a corrections official Lauderdale county assistant director of corrections Vicky white no relation told staff she was taking the inmate to the courthouse for a mental health evaluation Officials now say no evaluation was scheduled The U.S. Marshals service says Casey white who was serving time for previous convictions is a serious threat to Vicki white and the public Authorities are asking people not to confront the pair if they see them but rather to contact law enforcement Joe Hernandez NPR news This is NPR news from Washington Authorities in China are adding more restrictions to try to slow the latest COVID-19 outbreak in Beijing Restaurants are being told to halt their dine in services to reduce the chances of spreading the coronavirus restaurants are being limited to take out through at least Wednesday as China marks its Labor Day holidays Last week Beijing began mass testing of its residence close to 300 new infections have been reported in the capital since April 22nd Schools parks and entertainment venues have also been shut down temporarily Hundreds of people marched through downtown San Francisco yesterday to mark May Day or International Workers' Day Haley gray with member station KQED says members of labor unions were out in force expressing solidarity Most marchers were members of local unions like wink look who's part of SEIU local 87 You know we just want to have more people to be organized more utilized On insane is the president of unite here local two He said he was there to show solidarity with other workers and feels momentum.

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Indiana man arrested in Young Dolph's death; 2nd man charged

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Indiana man arrested in Young Dolph's death; 2nd man charged

"Some some big big legal legal news news in in the the case case of of the the shooting shooting death death of of a a rap rap star star in in Memphis Memphis authorities authorities have have arrested arrested a a Tennessee Tennessee man man in in the the fatal fatal shooting shooting of of young young Dolph Dolph another another man man has has been been indicted indicted on on murder murder charges charges in in the the same same case case the the US US marshal marshal service service says says twenty twenty three three year year old old Justin Justin Johnson Johnson was was arrested arrested on on a a murder murder warrant warrant issued issued for for him him earlier earlier this this month month authorities authorities say say he he is is now now in in custody custody arrested arrested in in Indiana Indiana meanwhile meanwhile the the grand grand jury jury in in Tennessee Tennessee has has indicted indicted thirty thirty two two year year old old Cornelius Cornelius Smith Smith on on first first degree degree murder murder and and other other charges charges in in that that shooting shooting he he was was arrested arrested last last month month in in the the theft theft of of the the vehicle vehicle used used in in the the slaying slaying of of young young Dolph Dolph the the double double dose dose of of news news comes comes nearly nearly two two months months after after young young Dolph Dolph was was ambushed ambushed during during the the cooking cooking run run his his home home town town of of Memphis Memphis I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Former Reality TV Star Josh Duggar Arrested, Jailed in Arkansas

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Former Reality TV Star Josh Duggar Arrested, Jailed in Arkansas

"A former reality TV star is under arrest Josh Duggar has been arrested and is in the custody of federal authorities in Arkansas it is unclear what charges he may end up facing he is being held at the Washington County jail after his arrest by federal marshals as for the nature of the arrest the marshal service is referring any questions to a federal prosecutor in the western part of Arkansas Duggar is thirty three and start on the TLC show nineteen kids and counting it was pulled off the air in twenty fifteen after it came out that he had molested four of his sisters and a babysitter I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"us marshals service" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A crackdown on human trafficking is freed more than two dozen children in Virginia. The Justice Department says the US Marshals Service joined with officers and detectives from Multiple Law enforcement agencies in operation find our children, and after five days they announced they found twenty seven kids. An additional six were found had previously been reported missing, but it turned out they were living with legal guardian. In one case though a missing sixteen year old girl was found with two men who were arrested the Justice Department says this year, the operations also recovered more than four hundred and forty other children in places like Georgia Ohio Indiana and Louisiana. Jessica. Rosenthal Fox News. In Connecticut have decided not to retry Michael. Skakel for the nine hundred and seventy-five murder of neighbor Martha. Moxley. When they were both fifteen, a cousin of the Kennedy family scale was convicted of murder in two thousand and two that verdict was overturned after he'd spent eleven years in jail state's attorney says. So many of the witnesses have died in the forty five years since the crime they could not prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt experts say North Korea may be preparing for more nuclear weapons tests after next week's election, the Center for Strategic and International Studies at it's beyond parallel. Project says it examined sixty five years of north. Korean behavior and found under Kim Jong. UN North Korea instigates with a provocative act four and a half weeks before or after a presidential or midterm election that shows Kim has been more focused on election day in the US than his father or grandfather though for the two thousand eighteen midterms. North Korea took a break after president trump and Kim met and North Korea agreed to suspend long range missile testing and the US suspended certain military drills with South.

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"us marshals service" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"This is the cats Roundtable Jon Katz repeated here Sunday morning. Well law enforcement in New York has been blamed and should not be named exact law enforcement's form for the city that being a safe. It is used to be with us. This morning is acting us attorney set the bomb he is was with the US Marshals service and the US attorney's office and he represents Brooklyn Queens Staten Island and Nassau and Suffolk off. Good morning General Duchamp. Good morning. It's a pleasure to be with you this morning. You have a good history. You were to the US Marshals service. And as I said to you you have a great song Marshall there now Vincent DeMarco good friend of mine. And you guys are working hard where they're going to to put you have a news program wage. B r a s p program. Can you tell all our listeners on the r s virus a p program which deals with gun violence? Sure, I'd be happy to describe it for u r ass which stands for rapid and strategic prosecution was a concept that was put in place by my predecessor Richard Donohue about a month ago. And the idea at that time was to try to become more efficient in the way that we looked at gun crimes in the city that also ran afoul of federal law, which is something that the department has store eccle done and which under the current leadership in the department over the last year or so has put new energy into under apartment. So Guardian Project. So when we set up rasp a year ago, it was essentially designed to fine-tune what we'd always done to, you know to look at cases or fax. Patterns which may run afoul of both state law under the New York gun laws or violent crime laws, but also federal law, for example a felon in possession of a firearm or other types of illegal activity involving guns or possession or use of a firearm in connection with narcotics trafficking or a federal crime of violence, and I was to become more efficient and working on those cases early to make sure that we were working in a way that was a complimentary to the work of the District Attorney's offices in that space and to have early communication issue spotting and an efficient deployment of resources now when spikes in violent crime appeared a few months ago in the city it became clear to us that we needed to do more than just fine tuning in terms of the Enforcement phone number. Federal gun laws and and other laws that could get the violent Behavior. We were seeing in New York and it's the same thing that you know your viewers see on the cover of the the daily papers each day. That was very disturbing to us innocence it by crossfires the impulsive what appeared to us to be impulsive use of firearms that should never have been out on the streets in the first place, So what we did was we looked at our existing Resources by which I mean our federal prosecutors across our sections and we looked to our historical are great Partners in the 80s and the FBI agent HSI and the Marshal Service as you mentioned that Vince has got a fugitive task force that does great great work in this area and we said, you know, what are we going to do to protect our community to the best of our ability? How are we as as a federal government going to try to better address this problem when the status quo is is really unacceptable so we know how to make the cases. I've got over a hundred wage. Federal prosecutors in the office when The Challenge of course is to continue to investigate and enforce all federal law cross-section. So we couldn't do this at the expense of our national security program or white collar program civil rights public Integrity narcotics, the other core things that we do and I was really heartened that in addition, you know to to the to age as in her so prosecutors. We already had assigned to work on violent crime and gun crime. We had a Cadre senior federal prosecutors across our sections without experience from earlier in their career on fighting violent crime gun crime, and they really stepped forward and they and they raised their their hands and they said we see what's happening in the city and we want to be part of this this effort is so, you know, we originally had one senior prosecutor working on the coordination added another very senior prosecutor and then this additional Cadre of about about 12 prosecutors. Yep. Get to a point where about a third of our office, you know is now working on helping to make the city safer. So really what it comes down to is we increased our Tempo in identifying these cases, we could prosecute them more quickly fire for effect against this threat and we increased our capacity by adding more prosecutors to the effort. Well, I think that's wonderful. I mean we've had permission to Shay on this show a couple of weeks ago in New York has increased crime since the bill or that Albany package and everybody even the criminals kept their guns home under the Old Law was the law still exists that if he got caught carrying a gun that's one year minimum jail sentence and New York City was the safest city in the world just about and with the new Bella dead. Commissioner Miller that was on a few weeks ago before commissioner mache says that we've had fourteen hundred arrests for for gun possession wage almost none of those 1,400 are in jail because of the bail law and I'm glad that the federal government you as the US attorney for the eastern district has stepped in to notice that change on crime is is you have to go after it and I'm glad that say that you're keeping New Yorkers and people from Nassau Suffolk safer. Yeah. It really struck me, you know, I lived and and worked the majority vast majority of my adult life in the eastern district of New York and I was away from it for for about a year and half to do some took up in Washington and and it really struck me when I came back how the how the environment is physical environment had changed commissioner shade was I think the first meeting I said. Federal law enforcement partners and really listened to him and others in the police department about some of the challenges that they were facing and I think fundamentally the physical safety of our citizens in the community has to be collectively in law enforcement our highest priority. If you're afraid to go to to the to the supermarket, you're afraid to leave your child at the bus stop you're afraid, you know for your spouse to go out or just to be out in the community that that's a huge problem. Everything else will deteriorate from that. So, I think it's really important and I'm pleased to see that all of our law enforcement Partners have come together on the to do the best we can to restore that feeling of of safety wage Community here. It really was markedly different upon my return well us attorney said Ducharme. I want to thank you on behalf of all New Yorkers for keeping doing your part wage. To keep New Yorkers safe and God bless you and and keep doing what you're doing. And what else can I say? Thanks very much. It's really nice to be able to serve the community at this time. And thanks for having me. Well, God bless. This is the cats Round Table will be right back..

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Portland and Oakland sue over use of federal agents at protests

Pacifica Evening News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Portland and Oakland sue over use of federal agents at protests

"Oregon, have sued the U. S. Department of Homeland Security and the Justice Department, charging that the agency's air overstepping constitutional limits and their use of federal law enforcement officers. To tamp down on protests. The lawsuit filed in U. S District Court in San Francisco sites the deployment of U. S agents this summer to quell protests and also accuses the U. S Marshal Service of acting unlawfully by deputizing dozens of local Portland police officers as federal agents. Despite objections from city officials, The federal deputation Sze have meant protesters arrested by local police in Portland. Face federal charges, which generally carry stiffer penalties.

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"us marshals service" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"F M. Glendale Phoenix. This is Arizona's news station. Our news 92 3, I'm totting. Police fired pepper balls that protesters in Rochester Friday night as protests continue over the arrest and death of Daniel proved in police custody last March, which led to the suspension of seven police officers. Demonstrators assembled on Martin Luther King Park earlier in the evening before marching into the city. Police declared the protest and unlawful assembly and demonstrators were out on the streets again Friday night in Portland, Oregon. Despite the presence of agents from U. S Customs and Border Protection, Ice and the US Marshals Service, the city this weekend reaches 100 straight nights of protests marked by vandalism and protests. President Trump is the 40 made disparaging remarks about veterans when he says rain prevented him from attending a 2018 memorial service in France so disappointed he called his wife, Melania as he returned home Thursday night. The president claimed he was so disappointed he couldn't attend a French memorial service. He called his wife back home in Washington. Go to that terrible but the president could not have made that call Melania Trump was with him in France and the field. ABC NEWS Washington President Trump in Friday's White House briefing on the jobless numbers released earlier in the day unemployment rate plummeted to 8.4%. The second largest single month drop ever recorded, surpassed only by our big decline in June, But hiring slowed to 1.4 million last month, the fewest jobs added since the economy started bouncing back for the pandemic. And some research now available on Russia's vaccine for covert 19. Early research on Russia's vaccine, published in the Lancet found it triggered an antibody response and had no serious adverse effects..

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Suspect sought in connection of Portland shooting killed by authorities

NPR News Now

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect sought in connection of Portland shooting killed by authorities

"According to the US marshals service a suspect in the weekend killing of Aaron Danielson as reportedly been killed near. Seattle self-described teeth supporter Michael Rheinau, died hours after telling vice news that he killed Danielson in self defense as Oregon Public Broadcasting Conrad Wilson reports authorities say Rhino, was killed during efforts to take him into custody last night but wealth authorities attempted to contact right now and Thurston County. Washington. There were reports of shots fired and right now was killed according to a law enforcement source was wanted in connection with killing it far-right supporter, Aaron J Danielson as a pro-trump caravan of hundreds of vehicles while and through the city Conrad Wilson in Portland.

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"us marshals service" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on WTOP

"W t o p on Alexa. Just say Aleksa open T o p o k w T o P. News on air on mobile down on Alexa ability will be a 12 35 Man suspected of shooting and killing a member of a right wing group during protest in Portland, Oregon last week has himself been killed. A senior Justice Department official who doesn't want his name made public, telling the AP Associated Press That Michael Rhino Lee was killed apparently is a federal task force tried to arrest him and Lacey Washington southwest of Tacoma, but only was wanted for the killing of 39 year old Aaron Jay Danielson. It was shot in the chest over the weekend last weekend Saturday night. Federal agents from the FBI and the US Marshals Service spotted Raina Lee, apparently after a warrant for him was issued. Agency right only pulled a gun. During the encounter. I was shot by a law enforcement officer on the federal task force. Double d t o p news time. Now. 12 36 Virginians, hoping to vote for Kanye West for Presidents are gotta lot a judge has granted a temporary injunction that will keep Kanye West's name off of Virginia ballots in November in order to qualify to run in Virginia West had to get 13 people to pledge their support for his campaign. But Richmond Circuit Court Judge Joy Taylor found 11 of the 13 elector oaths that West submitted were quote obtained by improper, fraudulent and or misleading means or are otherwise invalid. Earlier this week, A lawsuit was filed on behalf of two Virginia residents who say they were duped into signing elector oath to support West Michelle Bash. W T o P News and update on traffic and weather. One minute away. Friday morning, September 4th. Welcome in 12 37 on Double duty, Opie Today Every business is digital from.

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"us marshals service" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"LBJ, 5 90 A. M and K. 259 a Jay Austin 99.7 FM, a Waterloo media station. In the wake of Laura. I'm Joe Chiro. Fox News President Trump getting a firsthand look at the massive damage left by Hurricane Laura, the president, first stuffing in Lake Charles, Louisiana, speaking to officials and first responders. I'm here to support the great people of Louisiana has been a tremendous state for me. I love the people. We've had a good relationship right from the beginning, very important that I was here. And already met some people that have been absolutely devastated. This was a tremendously powerful storm, the president think crews on the ground and said he signed a major disaster declaration for the area and pledged to provide financial assistance. President Trump's also said to visit an Arian, Texas, hit by the storm, the MBA and others for his legs resuming action today after player protests over the Kenosha police shooting, the NHL kicked off one of their playoff games and before they sing the national anthem is played at the Minute video focusing on racial equality. Also today, the Milwaukee Bucks pick on Orlando in Game five of the play offs. This game was originally set for Wednesday, but the Bucks refuse to play that game as they demanded Justice in the wake of Jacob Blake shooting in their home state. Thanks is Christina Coleman, The New York Times and ESPN reporting that MBA stars LeBron James and Chris Paul received advice from former President Obama before all the players decided to continue the playoffs. The names have been released of the two young soldiers who lost their lives in a helicopter crash Thursday off the coast of California. 33 year old staff Sergeant Vincent Market of Break, New Jersey was a distinguished flying cross recipient. 22 year Old Sergeant Tyler Sheldon of San Bernadino, California also died Thursday after their MH 60 paintball Kelly Copter crash on San Clemente Island near San Diego. Practices. Lucas Tomlinson. America is listing Fox News. Hello. Hi. It's Jamie Progresses. Employee of the month, two months in a row. Leave a message at that high. Jamie hit me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song with the name your price tool. So when it's like, tell us what you want to pay him. Hand from Bongo's blah, blah, blah. And you say we'll be fine Carthage options that fits your budget. Then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes state was coming after saving coming out job. Yes. No. Maybe Anyway, so your practice tonight I got new lyrics for the Rat break. Aggressive casualty insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage match limited by state law. US Marshals Service this week recovering 39 missing Children in Georgia 15 of them identified as victims of sex trafficking, Fox five WG and let his Chris Simms reports, according to the U. S Marshal service. Right now, there are more than 400,000 missing Children across the United States and of those more than 90% are runaways believed to be in danger..

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Feds arrest man accused of striking deputy US marshal in back with wooden bat

Glenn Beck

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Feds arrest man accused of striking deputy US marshal in back with wooden bat

"A U. S marshal service deputy with a baseball bat during a riot outside the U. S Courthouse in Portland, has been charged with assault 24 year old Dakota. Horton allegedly hit the deputy from behind while the deputy was conducting an arrest. The incident was recorded on video. Horton was ordered detained pending further court proceedings he could face up to 20 years in federal prison. I Bob Williams

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More Federal Agents Could be Heading to Portland

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:22 min | 2 years ago

More Federal Agents Could be Heading to Portland

"U. S Marshal Service is sending more deputies to Portland. The Department of Homeland Security is also considering a plan to send an additional additional 50 customs and border protection personnel to the city. Devlin. Barrett is covering this for the Washington Post and spoke with Como's Jeff Pooja. All of this is in response to the rioting and protest ng that we've seen in the Northwest. And what's been the reaction from Portland to this new announcement. Well, Portland officials would very much like to stop the influx of federal agents. They've city and state officials have argued that These agents and deputy marshals are making things worse. Not better mean the conflict Larger, not smaller, So they're intensifying their demands that these agents go home. Not Ah, you know, send more. But so far, the federal government seems very determined to send more agents. In fact, we just learned a few hours ago that the Department of Homeland Security has agreed has decided. Yes. In fact, they are going to send us 50 agents. In Portland. Now what about the protests? How much have they been going on at night? And are they getting worse? Or better? What law enforcement officials tell us that I think some of the just public reporting from the scene confirms this is that Since this conflict became ah, more intense in the last, Let's say two weeks, the crowds have gotten bigger. Some of the clashes with those shooting fireworks at the building trying to, you know, break down the fences around the building. Those have gotten worse and more aggressive, and I've spoken to law enforcement officials who are very concerned that they feel a little bit outnumbered right now, and they're a little concerned that if things spiral Things keep heading heading in the path that they've been on in the last three or four days that it's going to get more dangerous and more likely that someone's going to get seriously hurt. Why target the federal courthouse where the protesters focusing their efforts there? Well, if you think about it, a lot of the argument in terms of the black lives matter movement in terms of the the protest against police brutality. Is that the federal government has sort of Failed to do anything about these serious issues and local communities. And obviously in Portland, there is a great deal of protest against the local police department. But Portland also has a history of Both voters and some of the politicians being very skeptical. Ah and distrustful of federal law enforcement. And in this instance what you've seen is like a nightly almost sort of a center of gravity to these protests around the federal courthouse itself, and when, when you talked to federal law enforcement officials, they're very adamant. They feel under siege. They feel like they're surrounded. And that's why you're seeing more agents being sent there. Now. Some of the video we've seen from the scene has been quite disturbing now. And there's also been reports of federal officers sweeping protestors off the streets. That was a couple of weeks ago has that continued. We haven't seen any new videos of that. But there's also still a lot. We don't know about that. Exactly how those were things were being done and why There's definitely huge questions that we still need answers to in terms of where these pallet arrests. Were there actual cases their suspicions behind these or or was it really just grabbing people to see who they might be? Which is what some of the civil libertarians argue, So there's a lot we don't know yet about everything the federal agents are doing, but there is already a great deal of criticism over what we do now. Devlin Barrett with the Washington Post. Thank you so

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"us marshals service" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Trump administration's reportedly dispatching more federal agents to Portland as protests grow larger and more violent. The Washington Post is the US Marshal Service is deploying 100 federal marshals to that city. Another 50 maybe sent by the Department of Homeland Security officials in Portland argue the presence of federal law enforcement agencies is actually heightened tensions there. Governor Greg Abbott's declaring 32 Texas counties disaster areas because of Hurricane Hannah. That disaster declaration includes Bear County, and he gave a warning and a request. This is a time and response to hurricane where sometimes people will come together. Come together to shelter come together just as close family that coming together. Will continue to provide the ability for covert 19 to transmit a hand made landfall on Padre Island Saturday afternoon as a Category one hurricane with winds of over 90 miles an hour, according to state health data released yesterday. 5038 people in Texas have died from Corona virus, Harris County leaves the state and active. Koven, 19 gazes the Dallas a second Terrorists. Third, Bear County is fourth and Iago is fifth. Travis County comes in at number 15 3 weeks after the governor issued a statewide mask mandate, new cases have leveled off in the positivity rate has fallen. Officials with the Children's shelter in San Antonio are reporting an outbreak of the virus at that facility. So far, 11 kids and four staff members have come down with Corona virus at the outbreak started July 15th when two Children with symptoms tested positive. The number of current virus related deaths in Texas has topped 5000. Baylor infectious disease expert Dr Peter Hotez says masks and contact trace. They're going to be key to stopping the spread. You don't have to live this way. We can get back the nation to a containment mode by October 1st Vice President Mike Pence's touting the FDA is progression in the development of a Corona virus. Vaccine pen set in Miami. The FDA cleared the way today for the first phase three clinical trials in the United States at the Operation Warp Speed 89 sites, with up to 30,000 participants across the country can now begin testing the vaccine of those who lost loved ones in the 9 11 terrorist attacks, will not get to read the victim's names that loud this year. It's all due to the pandemic, forcing changes to the annual ceremony at the National September 11th Memorial and Museum says a recording of the names being read from previous year will be played by the body of the late Georgia congressman it John Lewis's at the U. S. Capitol for the last time. His casket arrived today and attributes were held yesterday for the civil rights icon in Alabama and the public will be able to pay their respects in the nation's capital today and tomorrow. Get the latest news any time anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news. Radio 1200 Wook I on I Heart Radio. I'm Carrie. Laki News. Radio. 1200 W Away. I no contact. No problem. Get close enough to join the conversation. This is the voice of freedom. A man Joe PAGs Show today at five. Use Radio 1200 W away. I.

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Gov. Pritzker welcome federal help in Chicago

Ben Shapiro

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Gov. Pritzker welcome federal help in Chicago

"Announcing plans to send federal law enforcement to Chicago to address our ongoing violence. The operation in Chicago will be done as part of Operation legend. This will be agent. These were these agents will be from the FBI, U. S Marshals Service, the DEA and the Department of Homeland Security. Both Mayor Lightfoot and Governor Pritzker say they welcome The federal help in Chicago. This comes after 15 people were shot last night outside a funeral home in the 1000 block of West 79th Street. 10 of the people shot Were women, None. Ah, The injuries range from serious to critical, but nobody was killed in that incident. There was a person of interest in custody, but police have now released that person.

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Suspect in federal judge's home ambush railed against her in misogynistic book

All Things Considered

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Suspect in federal judge's home ambush railed against her in misogynistic book

"Has identified the gunman who allegedly killed the son of a federal judge in New Jersey. Yesterday. The judge's husband was wounded is NPR's Brian Man reports. The suspect himself was found dead today. The FBI says Roid and Hollander went to the family home of Judge Esther Solace in New Jersey on Sunday, fatally shooting her 20 year old son, Daniel. And wounding her husband, Attorney Mark and Earl Solace herself was uninjured. Then Hollander's body was found across the state line in New York by state police taking part in the manhunt. It's widely reported he died of a self inflicted gunshot wound. The authorities have yet to confirm any details. They also haven't identified a motive. Then Hollander was an attorney who described himself as a specialist in anti feminist litigation. This deadly shooting comes as the U. S marshal Service has reported a sharp increase in threats against judges.

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Oregon sues federal agencies for violating protesters' rights

Raul Campos

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Oregon sues federal agencies for violating protesters' rights

"Department says it is suing several federal agencies for civil rights abuses as Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports State prosecutors plan to open a criminal investigation as well. The federal lawsuit will name the US Department of Homeland Security of the U. S Marshal Service and the Federal Protective Service. In a statement, Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum also announced a criminal investigation with the Multnomah County district attorney into an incident earlier this month. We're a peaceful protester was severely injured. Rosenbloom says the escalation of fear and violence in downtown Portland is driven by federal law enforcement tactics and says she'll ask a federal judge to stop federal police from quote forcibly grabbing Oregonians off our streets. A pending lawsuit comes after Opie be revealed. Federal agents detained peaceful protesters using unmarked vehicles with little explanation or indication of which agency they belong to, or why people are being taken into custody. For NPR

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Oregon sues federal agencies for violating protesters' rights

Leo Laporte

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Oregon sues federal agencies for violating protesters' rights

"Oregon's attorney general has filed lawsuits against the Department of Homeland Security, the US Marshal Service, Customs and Border Protection and federal Project. Ction service. The lawsuit claims the federal agencies violated the civil rights of protesters by detaining them without probable cause. The lawsuits were filed after video shows federal agents in an unmarked vehicle, detaining a protester in Portland protests and rioting has been going on in Portland for more than 50 straight

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Manhunt for fugitive UConn student expands to Washington, DC-area

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Manhunt for fugitive UConn student expands to Washington, DC-area

"The search for a double murder suspect from Connecticut stretching down into our listening area police believe twenty three year old Peter Manfredonia was wanted for killing two people might be in the Hagerstown Maryland area that's where a ride hailing service drop somebody off matching his description university of Connecticut student accused of fatally shooting one person killing another with a machete if you have any information contact the US marshals service we also have a photo of the suspect at our website at W. T. O. P.

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In Harvard, feds arrest 2 men accused of aiding ex-Nissan boss’ escape

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

In Harvard, feds arrest 2 men accused of aiding ex-Nissan boss’ escape

"Two men accused of helping former Nissan motor company chairman Carlos Ghosn Fleadh Japan while awaiting trial on financial misconduct charges have been arrested in Harvard Massachusetts the justice department says Michael Taylor Peter Taylor were arrested by the U. S. marshal service

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"us marshals service" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on WTOP

"For eleven a deadly shooting in Virginia beach early today involved detectives from Montgomery County WTOP is Kate Ryan explains why they were there and what's happening now detectives from Montgomery county's police department assigned to U. S. marshals task force or on administrative leave after a fatal shooting in Virginia beach US marshals issued a statement saying police were attempting to serve a warrant to a fugitive in a murder case and that when the fugitive produced a handgun police opened fire on identified man died at the scene Montgomery County police say they're detectives were involved and that Virginia beach police will carry out the investigation the shooting happened around six thirty Wednesday morning in the ocean lakes neighborhood of Virginia beach Kate Ryan WTOP Nero to law enforcement officers with a fugitive task force were hurt in a suspect died in a shooting today in Baltimore US marshals service as an officer was injured in the leg the other in the stomach both officers are in the hospital they were working on an attempted murder warrant one is a Baltimore county detective the other a detective for Baltimore city and we don't have much other information about the suspect for twelve white supremacists are getting busy the anti defamation league center on extremism says white power groups more than doubled their propaganda output for their second straight year and Virginia was one of ten states that saw the most handouts the ADL says there were twenty seven hundred propaganda cases last year with flyers posters and banners attacking Jews LGBT Q. people and other minority communities the propaganda showed up in almost every state across the country for thirteen the king's speech won four Oscars including Best Picture and Best Actor for Colin Firth well now the stage version makes its DC premier national theater for this week only I used to work for Miramax films as a script reader so I first read it in like two thousand seven it definitely got a consider from actor Michael back in simply speech there biz line a load helps King.

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"us marshals service" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Officer has resigned before being fired over a police brutality incident in June officer Joshua Carrell taser man repeatedly for not getting out of his car you can see the video act E. T. A. R. dot com it's been ten days since there is scape the feds believe murder suspects Susan Blaine bark still are likely getting help from several people to stay under the radar we're getting a live update from the US marshal service on the hunt for the fugitives in next you never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's new station KTAR news. some of it is just old fashioned police work interviewing people reviewing documents in the bushes and and that's our along with fugitives are arrested and I'd read I believe the US marshal service we're the best at this that is in the US marshal for the district of Arizona David Gonzalez one week ago on Arizona's morning news when the search for Blaine and Susan Barksdale's was just a couple of days old a couple accused of murdering Amanda to sun April before overpowering transport guards in Utah last Monday and getting they're still on the loose so for the latest on this case Timothy Hughes chief deputy US marshal for Arizona joins us live on the K. T. A. R. news maker line. what what's the latest on the search at least that which you can tell us. search the search is intensifying we are still following up a lot of leads but we need to help the community we we have a lot of strong ideas where they may be but we're still not sure so any leads we get we appreciate how many law enforcement agencies how many personality have a estimate on our or working on this case. there is well over a hundred people working on this case right now it's not only the US marshal service is our partner agencies the FBI DPS. lot of local share for helping Navajo Pima they we are going after these people with our resources both state local and federal not just the agencies where they escape where they made their final get away but also the agencies are where they're wanted out of like like P. nine knows that if you still believe there in Arizona right. we still strongly believe there is a we did what think about the Marshall services we are future fires and we will find out what we're doing right now so we're working from the beginning we get with to some P. D. who started the recall case and we just start reaching out to all the people to possibly resources for you to be helping and we just start shaking the bushes to we fight we're talking with the chief deputy U. S. marshal for Arizona Timothy use about this these escape prisoners Blaine and Susan Barksdale wanted for murder out of two sons do you feel like it's a matter of when not if this couple gets caught. absolutely it's a matter of when Blaine has had a history of running before he is very good at debating taxes but however every time he runs he's got caught we're gonna catch him again and they're both going to be back in jail there really are a few exceptions of escaped prisoners or those who are on the run from the law. really getting away with it I mean there's some that we we just assume have passed away because they've been on the run for so long but most people you guys catch right. absolutely we we catch most reputed US marshal service. more few federal fugitives than all other law enforcement agencies combine. really think about it if you're trying to run from the police. you have to have some way to stay completely under it has never be detected you have to make one mistake we have to get one thing right and there's a way more bus and there are a few. what is your message by the way we're talking to chief deputy US marshal for Arizona Timothy use about Blaine and Susan Barksdale still on the loose what is your message anyone who's either help them or is helping them right now to hide. I understand you're gonna be in as much trouble as they are we are coming out for you too you need to give them up immediately and you need to help us make this community safe because by helping them you're gonna get a job with those people if they originally help them and then decided to turn the men with they would they be eligible for the twenty thousand dollar reward. they could be it depends on the circumstances but trust me the money is not going to deter us from getting the help we need and they might not be stepping forward because the Barksdale's are dangerous people right. they are dangerous people but I understand that we can also protect you keep you safe I do say anybody the public to seize up do not approach him they're really dangerous called nine one one if you have a tip that could possibly help us we have a kid line set up. the number is eight seven seven I wanted to do that eight seven seven nine two six eight three three two and any information can help all right course you can always call nine one one thanks a lot chief deputy US marshal for Arizona Timothy Hughes talk to us about those escaped prisoners Blaine and Susan Barksdale they are he's right they're gonna make a mistake somewhere along the line and that's why I just I'm confused by people who you know both get involved in a hit a high speed pursuit or trying to pull something like this you're gonna get caught it if not a lifer you get a half I mean you're just gonna have to fly under the radar for the rest your life it can't be pleasant all right is seven nineteen now K. T. A. R. let's go back to the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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"us marshals service" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Also accepting boats, motorcycles, RV's and real estate donations to buy white pines resort. Steve Steve a little bit of light snow this morning. It's twenty five degrees in Chicago. The Chicago police department is conducting an internal investigation to determine who anonymously leaked information about the jussie smollet case to members of the news media police department confirmed to ABC news that the probe was launched last month during the interrogation of the brothers after that leaked out to reporters. Those brothers key to the case against the empire. Actor there's also apparently reportedly in investigation at the hospital where Jesse smaller went for treatment. Some reports say that people have actually been fired from a hospital for releasing medical records, or at least looking at medical records family, friends and colleagues are morning after Henry county sheriff's deputy was shot and killed by a fugitive at Rockford hotel yesterday. Deputy Jacob Kelton was working with the US marshals service task force to serve an arrest warrant on Floyd Brown at the extended stay America when Brown shot him and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort finds himself on the receiving end of a nearly four year prison sentence for tax and Bank fraud. He faced up to twenty four years for the charges that came as part of special counsel, Robert Muller's probe into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election, and those are the headlines WGN sports big night for the Blackhawks. They got two goals from our ten minutes amount. They got thirty five saves from Corey Crawford. Duncan Keith Brennan per Leany also scoring and Patrick Kane to assist as he passes. Steve Larmer fourth on the franchises career pointless with nine hundred and twenty four and yes, by the way, the Blackhawks did win in a shootout beating buffalo five to four. They are still nine points out of a playoff spot. They do face the Dallas Stars on Saturday nights. Seven o'clock. Our pre game seven thirty the puck drop. Troops last night. Wisconsin beat Iowa sixty five forty five Indiana and Illinois Caesar they ninety two seventy four win over the ally. Spring.

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"us marshals service" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Do you think it's okay to stretch the truth a little bit to get ahead at the office or maybe to fudge a little bit on your resume? There's a study recently that broke it down by age. You might be interested in finding out who who's more likely to cheat than others. And then they do it by politics too. I think they do it by region. So I want to see how the midwest in that's coming up after a check of the headlines sponsored by Gilkey window company. In the newsroom, here's Eric Rome. Law enforcement has now surrounded the man they believe a McHenry county deputy serving a warrant this morning. In in Rockford. Here's trooper Sean Ramsay on channel nine eight short time ago. Suspect has. Crashed his off road. He's in his vehicle. We have a number of on scene. Swat responding. The state police saying at thirty nine year old Floyd Brown is on interstate fifty five near Lincoln. That's just south of Bloomington. Traffic both south and northbound has been shut down while swat does their work. The condition of the deputy that was shot is unknown at the moment. Police say the deputy was working with the US marshals service on task force when the shooting happened this morning at an extended stay hotel police believe Floyd still has the rifle he used in the shooting. Prosecutors in Florida say they are pleased with the guilty verdict for a former Palm Beach gardens police officer the officer was charged with killing a stranded black motorist back in two thousand fifteen. He's the first officer in the state to be convicted of an on-duty shooting in thirty years are Kelly could be facing more sexual abuse charges. The fifty two year old R&_B singer has been charged with ten counts here in Cook County is currently in jail for failure to pay child support. The new charges are coming out of Detroit. A woman. There says that Kelly had sex with her and twenty one when she was just thirteen years old Kelly has denied he knowingly had sex with any underage girls. His attorneys and publicists are trying to round up the one hundred sixty one thousand dollars in back child.

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"us marshals service" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Okay. So they've been talking to the superintendent in Aurora Illinois with several schools on lockdown that we assume will be lifted shortly. Once the police are sure that the area is secure. They've kept the industrial park where the Henry Pratt corporation is on you know, his on lockdown. They've kept that lockdown in place, even though the shooter has been apprehended, according to the city of Aurora all of this has unfolded in the last hour or so a shooting what the city initially called an active shooter it drew a large. Contingent of officers from the city from King County, the FBI the ATF the US marshals service and the shooter has now been pretended. According to the city what we are still not clear on is the severity of the injuries. If there are any we do know that the local paper, the daily herald has said four police officers and multiple civilians have been injured, and we have heard from one of the eye witnesses who works in the Henry Pratt company that he recognized according to his account he recognized the shooter as a co worker said he was armed with a pistol has been shooting everybody. He also said that perhaps this man he believed was about to be fired. We'll wait for the authorities to to to confirm that we have just heard that the rush Copley hospital in Aurora has received two patients they're being treated for non-life threatening injuries earlier, we heard the Amita. Health mercy medical center in Aurora has received several patients they're prepared to receive more. So Steve Gomez, formerly of the FBI now and ABC news contributor. It does appear that there are at least a handful of of confirmed injuries. Yes. And and you know, by from what we can tell you know, what that witness said described. It was an employee we recognized and even though it's speculative as to whether he was going to be fired or not. That that kind of indicate that this is some form of workplace violence. That'll be part of the investigation trying to figure out what the true motive was for this suspect. But it's just unfortunate. We've seen so many workplace violence situations out there in the private sector as a security consultant, I dealing with this all the time where employers and employees you get concerned about some people. Sometimes if everybody has different ways of coping this individual clearly chose this route. And it's very sad. We're also joined by Robert Boyce, the retired chief of detectives at the NYPD. Now ABC news contributor chief. It's over the shooter has been apprehended. That's the good news. We don't know the rest. Sure, the investigation is also just just really getting kick-started. Now, the witness was able to frame this a little better than what we knew it looks like a singular shooter at some point with a handgun and a penalty he had some kind of issue with with workers there. So right now, we have a lot more. He's apprehended. So it would it would appear that at some point. There was dialogue and maybe a barricade situation. They finally talked him out. So that's that's what it looks like right now the the amount of victims. We don't know right now the trauma centers in the area. They'll be they'll be on alert more anyone else going of this because he was barricaded. He just colder up. Now, there could be other people in the house, but we'll see now we'll see in the next couple of minutes. Now, exactly if anybody else goes to the hospital, we're keeping an eye on the parking lot where the ambulances have stage to see whether they can whether they're going to be moving anybody. I mean chief you've dealt with countless workplace violence situations in the course of your career. This is. A sad reality of life in this country. Certainly is. I really don't know about your co worker on their capabilities of what what they have what kind of weapons they have. So this is a lot to be three talked about later. We've had the Mike investigators personally you just come back with such rage. And see how it is for whatever reason, you don't know the mental capacity of a person's you work with so real problem here on roar. It looks like you're frozen zone. More and more people don't now. So we'll see what happens if anybody else take out to the hospital, we expect that we would see more people come out, hopefully unhurt, well, we wait to see. We're looking at at a line of of ambulances staged near the spot where just moments ago swat officers where we're taking cover behind one of their trucks. So it does appear that are getting into position to take additional victims to the hospital, but we are waiting. To see there's a crowd of people. It's difficult to make out who precisely they are. But they it looks like a kind of a back entrance next to what looks like the loading dock of the Henry Pratt company where this shoot shooting unfolded within the last auto hour, hour and a half. Or so the the crowd of people seems to be going in there's a swat vehicle parked right at the door kind of glass double doors, a red frame around the windows, and those people are now entering the building with ambulances staged probably fifty yards or so behind them. So we wait to see whether those ambulances are actually going to take any patients area trauma centers have already confirmed to us here at ABC news that they do have several patients related to the shooting in Aurora, Illinois. But the conditions have not been confirmed other than to say. At least two of them have injuries that are not considered to be life threatening. But we are waiting for more information from the city of Aurora which says the shooter has now been apprehended. So there's a bit a bit of breathing room for thirties to go in now and see just how bad this was an Aaron Katersky. You're listening to live coverage from ABC news. Why don't we take a moment to go back to WLS our affiliate in Chicago to see what they're reporting did.

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"us marshals service" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"You. Mr Chairman and ranking member Collins for the opportunity to testify before the committee today, I'm looking forward to discussing with us some of the accomplishments and priorities of the department of Justice before I start. I would also like to acknowledge the passing former chairman Dingell, he was a statesman and a leader. And it is a sad day this committee. I'm sure first of all let me say that it's an honor to represent the one hundred and fifteen thousand men and women of the department of Justice department is blessed with extremely talented highly principled public servants were dedicated to upholding our great constitution and the laws of the United States. I saw that up close during my five and a half years as United States attorney for the southern district of our office put criminals behind bars, and we kept the people of Iowa safe. I personally prosecuted several important criminal cases and worked with the men and women of the ATF DA FBI and US marshal service. In our state, local and federal partners. It was a privilege in two thousand seventeen I returned to the department and served for thirteen months as chief of staff to former attorney general Jeff Sessions, a man for whom I have great respect. He led the department integrity with dedication to the rule of law and with a commitment to carrying out the policies of the president of the United States. I am deeply honored that the president selected me to continue this work at the department. The Senate will soon consider president's nomination for our next attorney general, and let me just say this, no one is more qualified than Bill. I am working to ensure that he will inherit a strong confident and effective department of Justice. And I believe that he will for the last three months, I've had the privilege of serving as acting attorney general, and I.

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"us marshals service" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Los Angeles, Orange County radio station. The latest I'm just about at live from the camp by twenty four hour newsroom. President Trump has called for unity in Washington in his second state of the union address tonight. I ask you to choose greatness. He says our country is vibrant in our economy is thriving. And that the only thing that can stop it or foolish wars politics or ridiculous partisan investigations Trump also talked about the need for a border wall. He announced a second summit with North Korea and rejected the socialist policies. He says have led to the crisis in Venezuela. He also rejected calls for socialism in the US. America was founded on liberty and independence and not government coercion, domination and control. We are born free. Stay. Did cheers were followed by chance of USA politician, Stacey Abrams who recently ran for governor of Georgia has given the democratic response to President Trump's address Abram says bipartisanship could craft at first century immigration plan, but this administration chooses to cage children and tear families apart Abram says she's very disappointed in Trump's approach to America's problems, but says she does not want him to fail, but we need to tell the truth and to respect his duties and respect the extrordinary diversity that defines America. The US. Marshals service has started to auction off some hot rods in chino the bidding for.

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"us marshals service" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Mark has news. See US marshals service has started to auction off some hot rods in chino the bidding for the borough of this F forty is already more than a half million dollars. These are high in cars, you gotta have boatloads of cash Joseph Exner with us marshal service says the Ferrari is one of eight cars that were. Were seized from Richard Scott who serving time for a parking lot scam. He fraud the VA of thirteen million dollars. You auction runs through Monday. The money raised goes back to victims or to cover investigation expenses. There's a total of eighteen cars. Most of them are really really fast watch out for CHP's day. We'll get and chino. Chris ancarlo KFI news Acura is in as the new title sponsor for the grand prix of Long Beach grand prix association of Long Beach, president Jim Mickle illegal alien says it was an unusual situation to be without a title sponsor after thirty nine years with Toyota last nine months, we've been out in the marketplace looking to see what was available in terms of entitlements. The grand prix will be held over the weekend of April twelfth through the fourteenth. The news is brought to you by now in view tire and auto service. President Trump state of the union address is titled choosing greatness, Trump is expected to call for and unity tonight. Some of the president's guests in the audience will be survivors of the Pittsburgh, synagogue attack and a family whose loved one was killed by. In a legal immigrant. Many Democrats say they have invited guests who were harmed by the president's policies. You can hear the state of the union speech live tonight at six o'clock on KFI. And the hit TV show. Modern.

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"us marshals service" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"us marshals service" Discussed on WLAC

"Radio teen and this Saturday tomorrow, we'll hear from our North Carolina reporter AP Dylan, but what's going on in North Carolina that crazy. Ninth congressional district where they still haven't certified the elect is four hundred thirty four members of congress right now because the ninth district in North Carolina still has not been certified by the North Carolina board of election because they they think there's been some some misconduct that went on in that race not enough that they would actually investigate other congressional districts around the state that that similar activities took place with the democrat or that, you know, you saw this kind of misuse of the law in other states, but that doesn't get investigated. It's just if a Republican win that you get the incessant investigations, by the way, speaking of investigations one story that I will post up at Tennessee star quickly a four year Senate investigation this from the Washington Examiner this morning a four year. Senate investigations finds that US marshal service is plagued with corruption Elsie for years that that would be back into the Obama era. Where they found that wasteful spending favouritism nepotism and sexual harassment were just a commonplace level of misconduct at the very highest levels, sadly those highest level people still remain in place because both President Trump has not filled them with new people and the the Senate with Democrats delaying themes have delayed the appointment of not only US marshals around the country. But also a change in the senior leadership and just lavish offices contracts costly, but rarely used facilities people giving unpaid leave to allow them to get full retirement benefits, sexual harassment prostitution solicitations and in one case an employee forged a judge's signature on hundreds of subpoenas. The dark state the deep state the problems at the department of injustice at the FBI also bleeding into the US marshals service. There needs to be a cleaning of house in every one of these agencies. I have to do with law enforcement at the national level and the sooner Trump and his team. Get started on it the better. Yeah, they haven't got started. And this goes back to one of our themes with the new administration personnel is policy. And the president the people like his agenda. That's why he was elected, but that agenda as not been implemented in many departments. Why? Because Obama administration holdovers are still there and the ones that Donald Trump is put in place both the circle around him. When he brought in the Republican National Committee establishment types, the the mitt Romney's of the world that inhabited the senior level of Trump Ville in the White House and the agencies around around the country. They put in the rhinos the establishment types and left the Obama holdovers in place to undercut the Trump agenda, and he's paying a price for it. That's aren't concerned with you. Why are you beating on Bill Lee so much well because personnel is policy, and if you want to enact conservative policies, you need to put in people who believe in those policies believe in that vision who will work hard to implement it. If you put people who aren't buying into it. But are simply wanting a high paid job who are rhinos Republicans in name only who are fetal position Republicans who are establishment Republicans or Democrats who do not buy into that conservative vision. Then you're not going to see that vision fulfilled. And I know Bill Lee is is is naive and has no clue how the political arena works. But he ought to be listening to some adults who do understand it. And it's not just the fact that he is listening only to pantley those folks that supported him during the primary and keep in mind. The only got thirty six percent or so of the Republican primary vote, which means sixty four percent of Republicans Bill did not vote for you. Now, they liked you better than Kharaldine going full left extremist wasn't what they wanted. But you only got thirty six percent of the Republican primary vote which really sets you up for a primary if your whole next four years is focused on I'm going to cater to the thirty four percent. And I gotta tell you as you don't hire conservatives. If you don't follow conservative policies, you'll start eating into your thirty four to thirty six percent up.

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Former USA Gymnastics president arrested for evidence tampering

The WB Show

01:16 min | 4 years ago

Former USA Gymnastics president arrested for evidence tampering

"Former president of USA gymnastics under arrest for allegedly tampering with evidence in the Larry Nassar's scandal. Steve penny was arrested by a fugitive task force last night in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The US marshals service says he was indicted by a Texas grand jury on felony charges of tampering with evidence in the molestation case against the former USA gymnastics team, doctor

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North Korea, China and Congress discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

02:47 min | 4 years ago

North Korea, China and Congress discussed on PBS NewsHour

"The government of turkey has resumed its political crackdown following president reagan type erta wins reelection the state run news agency reports that warrants have been issued for one hundred and thirty eight people they are suspected of ties to an opposition cleric who's now living in the meanwhile turkey says president trump spoke with by phone today and congratulated him on his victory in iran there were protests for a third day in tehran against a crumbling currency and surging inflation but president hassan ruhani blamed the troubles on us sanctions ruhani told a meeting of judges that the us is waging economic war but he insisted it won't succeed america or any other enemy if it wants to defeat the iranian nation must first destroy iranians hopes for the future and their trust but this is a proud nation that has stood up for its values throughout history and is ready to give its life and blood for islam and iran last month president trump withdrew the us from the twenty fifteen nuclear deal with iran and is set to reimpose sanctions back in this country a wildfire in northern california grew again overnight and now threatens six hundred homes and other buildings the pony fire is burning seventy miles north west of sacramento more than two hundred and thirty firefighters are fighting the wind driven flames the us justice department reports that women are underrepresented in key jobs across four major law enforcement agencies the report looked at the fbi the drug enforcement administration us marshal service and the bureau of alcohol tobacco oh firearms and explosives women made up just sixteen percent of criminal investigators and health few executive positions as of two thousand sixteen president trump berated motorcycle maker harley davidson again today for shifting production overseas the company says it's trying to sidestep european tariffs that answered us tariffs on steel and aluminum but in a series of tweets the president said harley is quote just using tariffs trade war as an excuse and on wall street the dow jones industrial average gained thirty points to close at twenty four thousand two hundred eighty three the nasdaq rose twenty nine and the s and p five hundred added six still to come on the news hour hawaii's democratic senator maisy hirono on the immigration debate in congress banking on peace real estate prices spiked near the china north korea border white house officials subject to public shaming we delve into the nation's political divide and much more.

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ATF agent shot in the face was part of special force combating illegal guns

02:19 min | 4 years ago

ATF agent shot in the face was part of special force combating illegal guns

"December of two thousand correspondent christine romans takes a deeper look at the numbers here's what the job growth looks like one hundred sixty four thousand net new jobs it's a little light of what communists have been forecasting but still a bounce back from from march and february and march and april those numbers together are still showing you strength in the labor market then many employees say employers that is as difficult to find qualified workers but they have yet to signify a bump up in pay in most industries average hourly earnings rose two point six percent for a year ago authorities here in chicago are asking the public for help in finding a person who shot a federal agent during a dawn attack they describe as an ambush the atf agent was shot in the face but is expected to make a full recovery he was part of a newly created task course designed to slow the flow of illegal guns in the city police say he was working with chicago officers near forty fourth and hermitage on the south side what a man row ran out of a building and fired at the the f fbi us marshal service and community activists andrew homes have put together a reward of more than sixty thousand dollars for information that leads to an arrest authorities say about fifteen kindergarteners became ill after a shed aquarium visit and have had similar symptoms as more than one hundred high school students who attended a prominent the aquarium the archdiocese if chicago spokeswoman and mozelle says fifty two students from saint clement school visited the aquarium april seventeenth and says that they did not eat their ten days later more than one hundred students from andrew high school in tinley park became ill after the april twentyseventh prom there the health officials say it hasn't been determined just what sickened the students shedd aquarium officials say chicago health officials informed the facility that there were no outstanding violations of any kind in its katie restaurant facilities taping connected to chicago with bill cameron for sunday night at seven republican congressman peter roskam's democratic challenger sean casten came out for a tax hike everybody's for better roads bridges mass transit and water systems but almost no one who is or wants to be a congressman wants to raise the gas tax to pay for it sean casten is the.

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