35 Burst results for "Witness Tampering"

Paul Manafort Describes Experience in Solitary Confinement

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Paul Manafort Describes Experience in Solitary Confinement

"Is so so important for the American people particularly now It couldn't be more prescient and more relevant The book is political prisoner persecuted prosecuted but not silenced Let me let's break this down a little bit You were put in solitary confinement but that was intended to break you wasn't it Absolutely Absolutely When they arrested me they put me on home confinement with a $10 million bond At $10 million for a fair violation And they put a gag order on me So I couldn't talk They put that bond because they didn't think I could I could make it And it took me four tries Three packages really rejected But the fourth try I was able to cobble together a package that Berman Jackson couldn't reject because she had approved all of the pieces of the previous pre and I put them together and make what I needed So when they did that when I did that they saw that they would have to let me get out of home confinement They came up with this phony witness charge witness tampering charge and have been thrown into jail directly from court And they were going to throw me to the D.C. prison But my life is objective and thanks to I guess we left the Justice Department They sent me not to a great place within this prison out in the eastern shore of Virginia Three hours away from my lawyers where I couldn't talk with them They're very much In a cell that was 8 by 12 no windows a slot for their food And I wasn't able to exercise it go outside at all So it wasn't fun

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"witness tampering" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Glen, you just tweeted when the J 6 committee revelations about Donald Trump's crimes. It's time for the DoJ to indict Trump and his co-conspirators. I was saying at the top of the show being out with chairman Schiff last night, we were saying that I understand he Liz Cheney, Elaine Laurie, others, putting public pressure on DoJ. I think that's fine. And I know you're of the impatient crew like I am, but I'm just curious, you know, because other people point to, you know, whether it's the eastman, the Clark raids, as you just said, the Bannon indictment to say that the Justice Department is working. Where do you come down on this in terms of, I mean, are you saying when you say now you really feel like Trump should be being indicted now? Yeah, I think a Trump indictment is long overdue. I try to exercise patients because I appreciate you need to build the strongest case possible against a former president and his co-conspirators. But you know, I just did a piece for MSNBC daily and I said, look, at some point, it's great that you're involved in covert investigations, grand jury investigations, which are secret by law. You're doing things behind closed doors, but Steph, there comes a time when we have to see overt public law enforcement action, like when we have witness tampering, those people need to be arrested promptly and publicly one to neutralize that threat and to send the message of deterrence to others. The problem is, no one on team Trump is being deterred. Why? Because there's no overt public law enforcement action. That I fault the Department of Justice war. They need to start doing that now. I don't care if we don't see a Trump conspiracy indictment tomorrow. We need to see some of these people who are tampering with witnesses and destroying evidence. We need to see them arrested now, and then you build on that. Yeah. Except well, Trump is we're the ones tampering, right?

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Glenn Kirschner Feels a Trump Indictment Is Overdue

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Glenn Kirschner Feels a Trump Indictment Is Overdue

"Glen, you just tweeted when the J 6 committee revelations about Donald Trump's crimes. It's time for the DoJ to indict Trump and his co-conspirators. I was saying at the top of the show being out with chairman Schiff last night, we were saying that I understand he Liz Cheney, Elaine Laurie, others, putting public pressure on DoJ. I think that's fine. And I know you're of the impatient crew like I am, but I'm just curious, you know, because other people point to, you know, whether it's the eastman, the Clark raids, as you just said, the Bannon indictment to say that the Justice Department is working. Where do you come down on this in terms of, I mean, are you saying when you say now you really feel like Trump should be being indicted now? Yeah, I think a Trump indictment is long overdue. I try to exercise patients because I appreciate you need to build the strongest case possible against a former president and his co-conspirators. But you know, I just did a piece for MSNBC daily and I said, look, at some point, it's great that you're involved in covert investigations, grand jury investigations, which are secret by law. You're doing things behind closed doors, but Steph, there comes a time when we have to see overt public law enforcement action, like when we have witness tampering, those people need to be arrested promptly and publicly one to neutralize that threat and to send the message of deterrence to others. The problem is, no one on team Trump is being deterred. Why? Because there's no overt public law enforcement action. That I fault the Department of Justice war. They need to start doing that now. I don't care if we don't see a Trump conspiracy indictment tomorrow. We need to see some of these people who are tampering with witnesses and destroying evidence. We need to see them arrested now, and then you build on that.

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"witness tampering" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:10 min | 5 months ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Lock. This is AP news. I'm Rita foley. Angry residents of uvalde, Texas are calling for accountability after surveillance video surfaced of police officers standing in the hallway of rob elementary as a gunman opened fire. Surveillance video captured the gunman entering the building with an AR-15 style rifle. It later shows officers and body armor milling in the hallway outside the fourth grade classrooms were 19 children and two teachers were killed. It shows parts of the nearly 80 minutes that passed between the gunman walking into rob elementary through an unlocked door at the time when his death put a stop to America's deadliest school shooting in nearly two decades. I Norman hall. The house January 6th committee's told the Justice Department about something it says former president Trump just did vice chair Liz Cheney. President Trump tried to call a witness in our investigation. A witness, you have not yet seen in these hearings. That person declined to answer or respond to president Trump's call. This raises the question of possible witness tampering, Ukraine is telling the AP this morning that it wants full liberation of the city's Russia occupies in the south. Ukraine's foreign minister dimitro calaba says Russia is not seeking negotiations in good faith. Today, President Biden begins a visit to Israel, a joint statement says the U.S. and Israel are launching a new strategic dialog that will focus on technology, higher food, gas and rent prices are hitting Americans in the pocketbook. This morning, gas is four 63 a gallon. That's down 14 cents in a week as the triple-A, but a year ago, gas was three 14 a gallon. We'll get a new report on consumer prices this morning. The government report is expected to show the prices soared 8.8% in June compared with a year earlier. This is a pain news. Now to the eagles, the AP's Oscar wells Gabriel has this. Three people have been charged in connection with the conspiracy tied to the lyrics of one of the bestselling albums of all time

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"witness tampering" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:12 min | 5 months ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Show. Coming up on 5 minute news. Trump attempted to witness Tampa, says January 6th committee. Twitter sues Elon Musk to force his $44 billion purchase. And wealthiest nations caused most climate harm to poorer countries. It's Wednesday. July 13. I'm Anthony Davis. Abruptly raising the question of witness tampering the January 6th committee revealed on Tuesday that Donald Trump had attempted to contact a person who was talking to the panel about its investigation of the former president and the 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol. The person Trump tried to contact declines to answer or respond to his call Cheney said. Instead, the person alerted their lawyer, who contacted the committee. The disclosure by Cheney was not the first time the panel has raised concerns about witnesses being contacted by Trump's team in ways that could reflect or at least create the appearance of inappropriate influence. It divulged examples last week of other times witnesses have received outreach from Trump allies, some suggesting he was aware they were talking to the committee ahead of testimony before the panel. The hearing on Tuesday was the 7th for the January 6th committee over the past month the panel has created a narrative of a defeated Trump detached from reality, clinging to false claims of voter fraud and working feverishly to reverse his election defeat. It all culminated with the attack on the capital, the committee said, Tuesday's session revealed details of an unhinged late night meeting at The White House, with Donald Trump's outside lawyers, suggesting the military seize state voting machines in a last ditch effort to pursue his false claims of voter fraud before the defeated president summoned a mob to the U.S. capitol. The panel featured new video testimony from pat cipollone, Trump's former White House council, recalling the explosive meeting at The White House when Trump's outside legal team brought a draft executive order to seize states voting machines, a terrible idea, he said. Cipollone and other White House officials scrambled to intervene in the late night meeting, Trump was having with attorneys Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani, retired national security aid Michael Flynn, and the head of the online retail company overstock. It erupted in shouting and screaming another aid testified. Where is the evidence cipollone demanded of the false claims of voter fraud? But Trump was intrigued and essentially told his White House lawyers that at least pal and outside allies were trying to do something. Twitter sued Elon Musk on Tuesday for violating the $44 billion deal to buy the social media platform and asked a Delaware court to order the world's richest person to complete the merger at the agreed $54 and 20 cents per Twitter share, according to a court filing. Musk apparently believes that he, unlike every other party subject to Delaware contract law, is free to change his mind, trash the company, disrupt its operations, destroy stockholder value and walk away, said the lawsuit. On Friday, Musk said he was terminating the deal because Twitter violated the agreement by failing to respond to requests for information regarding fake or spam accounts on the platforms, which is fundamental to its business performance. The lawsuit accused Musk of a long list of violations of the merger agreement that have cast a pall over Twitter and its business. Shares in the social media platform tumbled to $34 and 6 cents on Tuesday from above $50 when the deal was accepted by Twitter's board in late April. Musk said he was terminating the merger because of the lack of information about spam accounts and inaccurate representations that he said amounted to a material adverse event. He also said executive departures amounted to a failure to conduct business in the ordinary course as Twitter was obligated to do. For decades, environmental activists along with some government officials and scientists have argued that rich countries should pay the most to address climate change, and even pay poor countries reparations because industrialized nations have historically emitted the most greenhouse gases. A new study by two Dartmouth scientists aims to calculate just how much economic impact larger emitters have caused other nations published on Tuesday in the journal climatic change, the study says the figures could be used in courtrooms and in international climate negotiations about payments from rich nations that burn more coal oil and gas to poor countries damaged by emissions. For example, the data shows that the top carbon emitter over time, the United States, has caused more than $1.9 trillion in climate damage to other countries from 1990 to 2014. Including $310 billion in damage to Brazil, $257 billion in damage to India, a 124 billion to Indonesia, a 104 billion to Venezuela and 74 billion to Nigeria. Developing nations have convinced rich nations to promise to financially help them reduce carbon emissions for the future, but haven't been able to get restitution for damage already caused, a term called loss and damage in global climate talks. In those negotiations, the biggest carbon emitters, like the United States and China, have had a veil of deniability that their actions cause specific damages, said study lead author Christopher Callahan, a climate impacts

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"witness tampering" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg world headquarters. I'm Charlie pellet Twitter is suing billionaire Elon Musk over his abandoned $44 billion takeover offer lawyers for Twitter told a Delaware judge that the world's richest man failed to honor his agreement to pay 54 20 a share for the San Francisco based social media platform Musk you recall a band of the deal Friday citing in part concerns about the number of fake accounts among users. Stocks sold off today down three in a row, stocks dropped ahead of tomorrow morning's inflation report with the treasury curve inversion, deepening to levels last seen in 2007, amid fears that aggressive rate hikes will sink the economy into a procession. Today we had the Dow, the S&P and Ned stack all declining S&P 500 Index today did move lower with the S&P dropping 35 points down 9 tenths of 1%, Dow industrials down 192 down 6 tenths of 1%, NASDAQ down one O 7 at the climb there of 1%. I'm Charlie peloton. That's a Bloomberg business flash. This is Bloomberg sound on on Bloomberg radio. The January 6th committee refers a story of witness tampering, at least a suggestion by congresswoman Liz Cheney from Donald Trump himself recently attempted to contact she says an unnamed witness in the committee's investigation of the riot. Didn't get back to

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"witness tampering" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:36 min | 5 months ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on WTOP

"Are more than 60 delays and more than a dozen cancellations at our local airports. Now triple-A says more than a million people from this region will be traveling more than 50 miles from home, most of them will be driving. We've already made it through one of the worst getaway periods, which was yesterday afternoon and evening. However, vacation traffic is expected to be bad again for much of the day today. You should plan to leave very soon as in the next few moments to get ahead of the crush or wait until after 9 o'clock tonight. And of course, keep it here because we'll have all of that in traffic and weather on the 8s all around the clock. It's 8 33 now and the trial for WNBA star Brittany griner is underway in a Russian courtroom this morning and she is facing up to ten years behind bars for allegedly having cannabis oil in her luggage at the Moscow airport. She's been detained in Russia for four months awaiting this trial. Earlier on Skype, national security correspondent JJ green discussed the case against the star athlete. It puts Russia's mind tendencies on the radar of a whole new generation of people that weren't paying attention to what Russia does. And what it does is it makes it front and center for the entire world because of the status of Brittany griner. She could get ten years in prison for this and many say that's absolutely unfair. Reiner's wife sharelle has urged President Biden to secure her release, calling her a political pawn, which Russia has denied. Meantime in the Ukrainian port city of Odessa. Rescuers are searching for survivors after Russian missile attacks on residential buildings killed at least 19 people. Two children are among the dead today, another 30 people are injured. The assault came a day after Russian forces withdrew from snake island a strategic area in the Black Sea. It was initially thought that the retreat could ease the threat to Odessa. The January 6th committee investigating the attack at the capitol says it will consider criminal referrals to the Justice Department. If there's evidence of witness tampering, the latest from WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. The panel's vice chair Liz Cheney at the latest hearing read from statements made by some witnesses who were not so subtly told to be loyal. They reminded me a couple of times that Trump does read transcripts and just keep that in mind as I proceed through my interviews with the committee. Cheney has subsequently told ABC News that witnesses have indicated they've received veiled threats. She says the committee and the Justice Department should take any indications of witness tampering seriously. CNN reports that former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson was contacted in an apparent effort to influence her testimony. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO

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"witness tampering" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on WTOP

"While we're here at WTO P. Like the line teddy beltman is our producer among the top stories we're following for you as we head into this Friday together. CBS News brief expect turbulence at the nation's airports as cancellations and delays pile up. Bret Snyder at cranky concierge travel assistance. Be patient. Know that the people at the airlines that you're interacting with, they have been dealing with this for weeks. They're exhausted. They're doing their best. After the Supreme Court ruled the administration properly ended the Trump era policy forcing some asylum seekers to wait in Mexico, advocates are saying the backlog of cases has to be addressed. Lydia Guzman at lulac. We're talking about ensuring that there's judges to adjudicate the cases and the immigration agencies as well. Grim work and San Antonio, Texas after 53 migrants died in a tractor trailer. CBS Omar via franca. The county medical examiner's office is still working to identify the migrants. Many who came without identification. This was the deadliest human smuggling event in U.S. history. CBS News brief, I'm Christopher Cruise. Three 33, a key member of the January 6th committee is making it clear this week the panel is looking out for possible witness tampering and they say they're willing to take its concerns to the Justice Department of necessary, WTO peace capital hill correspondent Mitchell Miller this morning with that. Committee vice chair Liz Cheney at the most recent hearing read from testimony of one witness who received phone calls before giving a deposition. What they said to me is as long as I continue to be a team player. They know I'm on the right team. CNN reports one of those who was contacted about being loyal, was Cassidy Hutchinson, who provided damaging testimony related to former president Trump and events surrounding the January 6th insurrection. Cheney has told ABC News that the committee would consider making criminal referrals to the Justice Department if there's evidence of witness tampering. It's a very serious issue and I would imagine the Department of Justice would be very interested in and would take that very seriously as well. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO

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"witness tampering" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

05:20 min | 11 months ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"There's been ten counts of obstruction of just sitting there tied up in a bow for DoJ from the Mueller report. There's no work to do on this. And the obstruction was done right out in the open. We see in there, we see Trump there talking to Lester holt. This stuff is already done. Trump has also obstructed justice and engaged in witness tampering. Now that he's a private citizen. So even if you say, well, it's because he was president and even if you want to say it's the DoJ memo, the LC member, whatever that was, that supposedly lets a president off the hook. Trump is now as a private citizen no longer in office. Obstructing justice. And witness tampering, you've got Peter Navarro saying, well, I'm not going to testify and give my testimony under oath to the COVID-19 committee, because Trump, my president has ordered me not to. It's like, no, there's no executive privilege. If Trump is telling Peter Navarro, not to testify, that is obstruction of justice. If Trump is telling people not to cooperate with the January 6th committee, that is obstruction of justice. That is a crime. He should be indicted now. Yep. I agree. And what the hell is Merrick Garland waiting for Jerry? And I think we need more people speaking out and making claim to that. You know, you've got Lawrence tribe and Glenn Kirchner, you've got Adam Schiff talking about this. Then you've got all these other people who are not only are they defending Garland as saying be patient. And that's fine if you want to do that, it's the passion with which they defend it. And slam the rest of us. And it's like, why are you so passionately insisting he's doing his job? Maybe he'll do his job with some public pressure. I agree. That's not how the DoJ works. I really, everything works that way. And we've been hearing that. It does work that way. Yeah. And so you've got the January 6th committee, which will refer people eventually for indictment to DoJ, but nothing is going to happen in a time frame that helps save us, particularly in the midterms. And they are obligated to help us save democracy by doing these things in a timely manner. And also, you don't have to have it all wrapped up in a bow and have every T crossed and I dotted and be sure that you're going to get an indictment or a conviction before you indict you're going to get a conviction before you indict someone. You don't have to do that. You actually collect this is what the legal eagles, the real ones. Tell me, you can keep collecting evidence and everything as you have indicted this person. That's what Glen Kirsten says. Yes. So get it done already..

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"witness tampering" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Gonna question $1000 a month. As a payment and you're making $1500 a month in rent. Who cares if you overpaid for the house? It doesn't matter. You're holding onto your making $500 a month, which is the goal for me. My goal is to have as many rental properties as I can. Because when I go into my retirement or something happens to me. I know that I'm going to get paid for the rest of my life without a problem for mental properties. That's my goal, so I don't care how much it paid for the property. So, look, I agree with you all right? I'm always buying whenever the opportunities are good enough. I deem it to be a property that I want to own something I'm going to be proud to own in the future, something I'm going to be able to manage easily, something that's going to provide me with cash flow. I want all of those properties. Right, But I could tell you that there are circumstances where Like in 2000 and eight. Okay, so I proudly tell people that I had a pretty nice sized portfolio. Prior to 2000 and eight. I didn't lose a single house. But I'll tell you what it did Lose. I lost some rent rolling. Absolutely. Yeah, yeah, when I bought executive check I paid $2,150,000 for the building. It had a $42,000 rent roll per month. Unbelievable. By the way. Amazing. You're coming in right when I bought the building. And I bought the building two years prior to that. So when I tell you, it had a retro 42,000. It had a consistent, very strong rent role. For first two years I owned the property. Left in the period of less than a month. We lost When 2000 and eight crash happened. Every mortgage company in our office went out of business. I think we had three of them at the time. Multiple real estate companies went out a title company went out. We lost like eight. Wow different tenants in less than maybe three weeks time, they're just gone. Done, all of them done. So it's fun because you get a lot of real estate investors who started two or three years ago. Oh, these are the greatest thing ever. I'm a great real estate vest and they start teaching it. They do the YouTube video like you're not a real estate investor until you live through something like 2000 and eight and Either you you survived it. I didn't. I lost everything in 2000 and eight and then I learned how to rebuild it, Which is another impressive skill. I mean, I've learned how to rebuild my credit to a point where I have $750,000 available in credit cards, and I teach that concept as well. I bought multiple properties. I bought my first property after bankruptcy would have 420 credit score. Right? So I mean, you have to look at it a couple different ways like if you're if we're talking about houses, that's a lot easier. Okay, Because if I buy a house for $350,000, and the value of that house drops to 275,000, as long as I'm still getting the cash flow from my rent roll, I don't think I care. Don't think I can. I'll be happy to just hold the house for another decade until it ultimately regains the equity that I once had. Or I just know it will, anyway, so I'm not really worried about it. But in a commercial piece of real estate, you're at greater risk. Because if keep in mind that the rent roll I didn't tell you the direct role dropped from 42,000. Who? Somewhere around 33,000, which is still great for the price. You pay for that building, right? But it was $9000 a month. That's when I was getting got. Okay? And believe me, we we made changes. We had to make changes. We had to cut things and and, uh, get rid of some employees and and revised the way we were running things. To keep our heads of flu because we were concerned that we might lose it. And then once again in 2020, we had 100 people working in our building and we went down to just two guys. We were pretty scared. But guess what? Our tenants are such honorable people that they all kept paying us. Yes, I'll tell you this is why when people come to the school, they say were real. Because we tell you really what happens in real life and we tell you real time you can't just go around and pretend like you're so great, and everything that you touch is successful because this is not reality. That's exactly right. It's not reality. I'm going to tell you where we failed. We can tell you where we succeeded. And if you come to investor screen.

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"witness tampering" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Limit on the appropriate time frame for impeaching President, you can impeach a former president. I think it will take us to a place that's not good for the country. Six Republicans voted in favor of the trial being constitutional. The trial resumes tomorrow. Over 19 vaccination sites across North Texas a re opening this week with the arrival of more doses. But with winter weather in the forecast, local officials are asking residents to pay attention to any potential change in plans. Texas Motor Speedway president Ed Gossage says appointments later in the week could be postponed. If conditions are dangerous. We're trying to do what we can to save lives, and we don't want to cost anybody their life or or policed injury. Driving to the site if the roads are hazardous as of now, all appointments are ago, A traffic stop involving a speeding driver in Southlake resulted in the discovery of stolen mail like GPS. Dr. Joshua Albright on Carol evident just north of state Route 1 14. Early Sunday, the car was missing a license plate and offers to say Albright also produced a fake license. Inside the vehicle. Officers observed cans of beer, and upon further inspection, they found stacks of stolen mail over 100. Pieces of mail from Colleyville, Irving, Carrollton and Addison were recovered. 10 90 nines doubled you choose another tax forms included all right now facing felony charges. Kim Lampkin is W B A P news. Right now. I d FW Airport. It is 31 degrees from the W B A P News desk. I'm John. Scotty. Your next update at 8 30 24 7 news available around the clock. Vape com This'd is the news and talk of Texas. It's crisp rock right now I'm used talking 20 w d. A d w v dot com Good. And You. You know where I stand And what 90% of conservatives and in Republicans. Stand on the impeachment trial of Former president. And yet, here we are. On day one. Is a lot to talk about. Of course, your reaction. And how you think Um The Republican side. President Trump side our side did And where you moved Were you swayed in any way, shape or form? I want to tell you how it was for me. So for me, I obviously and for all of us, we can't sit here and stare at the screen or listen for whatever. Four hours, five hours, six hours, seven hours. But I absorbed and listened and watched several hours and didn't catch every single scintilla. But I caught enough. And I want to first say I watched the 13.5 minute video. That was put together by the Democrats and and I know and I'm glad that our side got it out that they had movie producers put it together and added it and all that stuff. Um But I have to say and yes, they totally Absolutely. Edited out Part where the president said Peacefully. Protest. Of course, they edited that out now that in that great evidence that's great evidence is like as a witness tampering or whatever. When I called. He's like so rigged. Everybody knows that the president said peacefully. Protest. But I have to be honest with you. Listening to the video. First listen to it on my ear pieces, and then I watched it a little bit later. And Washed it, Anu As many of us if you washed today, and it is Horrifying tow watch. It is sickening to watch. It is, um I mean, when you hear people that are supposedly On our side with the President Trump's side saying, you know if the blue after blue and after cops And Ah, attack him. Beat him. Whatever. I mean, it was just Viscerally. Gut churning. And sad. Got turning disgusting. And just just vile. It was vile. And we actually got to see, at least for me personally, I got to see the best. Angle. In the best video that I've ever seen about the shooting of Actually Babbitt, the woman who was in the capital during the writing part of the riot and climbed through the window, and you could see the police officer that kept police officer Raise his weapon. And, uh, you know, she is. She crawled through his shot her and you know, I'm gonna tell you I saw that. And I said absolutely. Absolutely. You're damn right. You're damn right when you watch that, and yes, it was professionally produced. I'm not going to play a game and pretend like it wasn't but I don't care. Because Um, omitting something is not being truthful and omitting the fact that Trump said peacefully protest, So that's I'm not trying to play that game. But I'm just telling you that when you watch this, it zoom, horrific, gripping, angering disgusting and vile to see the names I want to call, but I can't say come on the radio people that supposedly on our side. It makes me so mad. And I am so glad that every single person That has been identified and is being charged is and then everyone that can be identified in and charge is and should be and better be. Because there is no excuse as you watch. People. A new Like we did today if you watched it You watch it a new I mean, there is There's no doubt that you are participating in a riot and a attempt to siege, you know, take over and that you hear some sick things, and they're like hang pants and All sorts of stuff and it makes me want to vomit. Because Pence is it Evangelical Pence is a conservative Pence spoke at my church and I loved it. Um, not too longer. Like what? 3234 months ago? I don't know. And, um, Pence had Trump's back for all four years. And I don't care if you love him or hate him Now, it doesn't matter to me. But the sick freaking things I would be revolted if if people were saying this traffic over the capital Against Democrats. I mean, you barge, you do this? Yeah. You get shot your damn rights. He's my language. You don't write. You get shot, You will get shot and you should get shot. So and it was sick to watch people going. Oh, come on, come on, let's get in here and encouraging and all sorts of stuff. And yes, um, we know and I totally went Off on this last night and breaking story that I share with you last night and I followed. I read the story going today. Capital. Riot warnings weren't acted on. I'm holding it up for the Facebook Live. Body. It's watching it for the Wall Street Journal and, um The there's a 9 11 fusion center that was put together to prevent another 9 11 from happening. And they all knew. And they explicitly knew that people were going to be doing this, and they chose not to act that literally from the report. I'll just read you like three sentences out of this. I.

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"witness tampering" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on KCRW

"This is press play on KCRW a medal in brand. We're about a week away from the start of former President Trump's second impeachment trial, and there's been a big shake up on his defense team over the weekend. All five of Trump's impeachment defense lawyers left the case. And what's being described as a mutual decision, apparently because Trump insisted that his defense center on the lie that he actually won the election, though a spokesperson for the former president denied that was the issue. Trump named a new defense team last night he'll be represented. He'll be represented by two criminal defense attorneys Bruce Castor, Junior and David Show in It's Monday. So Jessica Levinson is here to talk about all this. She is our regular legal eagle here on press play and a lot professor at Little Law School high. Hi. Madeline Happy Monday. Well, happy money to you. Yeah, So it seems pretty dramatic over there in Trump land as per usual. What does this mean? A week before the trial that his defense team collapsed like this? Well, exactly what you said. I mean, it's dramatic, so this is not typical. Now. Of course, having an impeachment is not typical. Having a second impeachment is not typical. But if you think about this in a setting that maybe we're more familiar with, like if this were actually a lawsuit. You wouldn't have your entire legal team exit on what is really the eve of trial. So you know, a mutual parting of ways feels very much like a euphemistic term for things blew up and at the last minute you finding a new legal team. Yeah, well, let's talk about the two new lawyers and let's begin with David Sean, who is he? So David Chauhan is, I think, most recently best known as being Ah, lawyer for Roger Stone, the famed GOP operative and figure adviser to President Trump. He was convicted of federal crimes dealing with lying and witness tampering. And then, of course, pardon. He was also, Mr Chauhan apparently also was in talks to represent Jeffrey Epstein on his charges of sex trafficking. Shortly before his death. Of course, that case didn't go to trial. And so he is somebody who is known in legal circles. The You know the big question will be whether or not he is. He is theory lawyer who actually takes this case all the way to trial. Mm. And then there's the other lawyer on the team. His name is Bruce Castor, who's he? Yeah, He's a former district attorney in Pennsylvania and kind of the most. I think famous or infamous thing about him that we know is that when he was a district attorney, he said, I'm not gonna prosecute Bill Cosby on charges related to sexual assault. Bill Cosby, of course, later did face charges of sexual assault is now in prison. So he look. He has two lawyers who are familiar with criminal law, whether or not and it's very difficult to find a quote unquote impeachment lawyer because that's a fairly niche area, But these aren't necessarily lawyers who work in Election law or deal with public corruption or First Amendment or incitement. Mm hmm. Do we know if these two lawyers will do what the president reportedly wanted his other lawyers to do? And that is argue that the election was a fraud and that he should really be the president. I don't know. I mean, one would think that everybody is aware of why the past legal team became the past legal team and that President Trump was very forthcoming about what he wanted. The argument to be in we won would again just based on assumption think that they heard what he said, and then still decided to be part of the legal team, But maybe they were able to convince him No, that can't be the defense here. So it's all I mean, Honestly, it's all conjecture at this point. Well, it would seem that they might want to take their cues from what a majority of Republican senators endorsed. And that is that there is no legal argument for this trial that it's unconstitutional. Absolutely. I mean, I think that that is, I don't think it's a good legal argument. But I think it's a good legal argument. But I think it's the better legal argument here. It's certainly better than peddling falsehoods and conspiracy theories about an election being stolen. But You know the strange thing about saying Well, that's a good legal argument is in the end. It probably doesn't really matter whether president argues because this is not a legal proceeding. This is a political proceeding with kind of Legality infused in it, And I mean, President Trump could go in there and tell his legal team, you know, Go ahead and argue that, um I should have been called King Trump, not President Trump, and I still don't think they're 67 votes to convict. So it's interesting to see what the strategy is. And I think really, the strategy is important because the question will be how much political cover do you want to give people on either side for their votes, which again will be public and people should be held accountable for the roads. But, you know, in terms of the consequences, I think we probably already know the outcome. Right. Okay. Well, let's turn to another story in the news. On Friday, the Justice Department announced conspiracy charges against two members of the proud boys that far right extremist group prone to violence over their role in the storming of the capital last month. The two men charged are two guys from upstate New York, Dominic Zola and William Pepe. And what do it. What do you conspiracy charges mean? Yet conspiracy charges mean basically it's a broad crime, and it means that there's an agreement between two or more people to engage in some sort of prohibited conduct and prohibited conduct can mean on the federal level. Something that's a federal crime. It can also mean specific prohibited conduct that the federal statute would point to. In this case, you know what would be the prohibited conduct again? They're both being charged with things like civil disorder, unlawfully entering restricted buildings or grounds, disorderly and disruptive conduct in those restricted buildings or grounds, So it's It allows you to charge people who may or may not have engaged in the actual behavior of, for instance, you know, entering the building of harming the property of threatening the law enforcement officers. So that would carry heavier penalty. Presumably, you know, it might not Kevin. Sorry it might not carry a heavier penalty, but it allows you to charge more people and show last I see..

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"witness tampering" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Actually meeting all the fat Ben's WBZ busters news radio Bright sunshine Right now. 31 degrees in Weymouth, 29 took Sperry and 28 in Boston. It's 10 55 if you thought that workers in technology had the most job security And that automation was a risk solely to workers in retail and manufacturing. Think again these days, its workers in the technology sector that are ironically worried the most about being replaced by automation. Nearly 67% of workers at US tech companies are concerned about losing their jobs due to artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotic software. That's according to a new study by KPMG. That compares with just 44% of workers outside of the tech sector. Maybe because tech workers have a clearer understanding of the big changes that are coming and tech workers suddenly have other big concerns. 70% of them say they're worried about their jobs being cut as a result of the pandemic. There's good reason for that Fear. U. S technology firms quietly cut 112,000 jobs last month. That's a record Thies air, unsettling times in our country and our labor market. Even tech industry workers are concerned about their future for your next job. I'm Steven Greenberg. It's 10 56 and the latest now on the Briana Taylor case. Here's ABC News. Legal analyst Royal of Some of the grand jurors who heard evidence on the shooting now seek impeachment of the state attorney general for his handling of the case Plus is alleged to soliciting of the Trump supporters who stormed the capital on January 6th the jurors filing a petition with the State House of Representatives, arguing that Kentucky Eiji Daniel Cameron Breached the public's trust and also misrepresented key grand jury findings. The grand jury had investigated the Louisville police execution of a no knock search warrant R. Briana Taylor's apartment and March 2020, during which several shots were fired Some of those bullets hitting and killing Briana Taylor Ah police officer and Concord, New Hampshire, arrested and charged with assault. 39 year old Brian cropped is on leave without pay, According to the New Hampshire attorney General. Croft is now accused of strangling a woman on October 17th. He then allegedly told the woman to lie to state police. He is charge of second degree assault along two counts of witness tampering, two counts of falsifying physical evidence as well as domestic violence. An arraignment date has not been set yet. We'll certainly keep you posted its 10 57 coming up next for you at 11 honoring the life and decades long legacy of Larry King, And as always, you can listen to us all day long on your smart.

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"witness tampering" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"There this morning at 6 25 discovered the best winter ever at Subaru of New England dot com. Let's take a look at your next job. Many people working from home tell me they're quite happy. They do not miss the commute for the dressing up for the limitations of working in an office full time, But it turns out of these, some workers missed something quite unexpected. The sounds of it Office. And so they're turning Tuapse like the office noise generator or the sound of colleagues to hear the reassuring background noise of an office experts say. That might be because the brain has associated those sounds with work. Some people may need those sounds to enter their comfort zone while doing their jobs at home. Users of the APP is also say that it takes away feelings of isolation. There are no doubt many workers who prefer silence or listening to music. But for users of the APP, there is an added benefit. It's another way of distinguishing work from home. In the office noises on you're working, and when you turn the office noise off, it's a signal that the work day is over and you could be at home without the commute for your next job. I'm Steven Greenberg 6 26 say police officer in Concord, New Hampshire, arrested charged with assault 39 year old Brian Croft on leaving though pay, according to the New Hampshire attorney general crop, accused of strangling a woman back on October 17th allegedly then telling the woman Lie to police Cross now charged with second degree assault, two counts of witness tampering, two counts of falsifying physical evidence and domestic violence. An arraignment date has not been set. As yet. Here we are. Well, we're into the second month of winter about toasting winter outdoors. Lots of bar owners encouraging patrons to do just that by making it feel like fun.

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"witness tampering" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on WTVN

"Have been made in downtown Columbus. In the event that there are violent demonstrations. Businesses are closed, windows boarded up bus routes altered their R Ohio National Guard troops on standby. Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther says Hate has no place in the capital city. He addressed reporters and law enforcement to brace for the possibility of armed protests at the State House. Now the State House will remain close along with other state office buildings in downtown Columbus till after The inauguration of Joe Biden on January 20th Columbus is police chief is saying if you don't have to be in downtown Columbus this weekend, avoid the area. The U. S attorney's office in Cincinnati says a Wilmington man has been arrested and is facing federal charges related to his alleged participation. In the right of the U. S Capitol last week, prosecutors say 40 year old Justin stole posted videos online, showing himself outside the capital, saying We are at war we have taken the capital stole, also allegedly responded to comments of those videos, claiming that he never admitted he went into the building, saying, quote Daddy's not stupid stole, then allegedly threatened the life of one of the commenters saying, You can play that for the D A in court. I don't care. Stole is right now charged with interstate communication of a threat and witness tampering. I'm Jack Crumley. Two games of the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers were to play this weekend in Washington have been postponed. That's because due to covert 19 test tracing the Washington Wizards don't have the league minimum eight players to suit up Report says five Wizards players tested positive even though Corona virus has kept the Cleveland Browns from having a traditional rally before tomorrow's playoff game. A Kansas City the Browns will hold a drive thru rally today outside First Energy Stadium. 11 this morning till four this afternoon, drive past the stadium and show your team spirit. The Cleveland Browns will be taking on the Kansas City Chiefs tomorrow afternoon in Kansas City in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. I'm Tom or filling your news feed with the top.

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"witness tampering" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on WTVN

"Coming downtown this weekend. To simply think again. Franklin County Commission president Kevin Voices well is the mayor and other city leaders are asking you to avoid the downtown area this weekend. Columbus Police Chief Thomas Quinlan says his department is working hard to help provide security and protect people's rights to protest peacefully. But the FBI has sent out a bulletin warning all 50 state capitals about extremist groups planning Vied violently demonstrate against President elect Joe Biden's inauguration next week. Meanwhile, after the violence on Capitol Hill, the U. S attorney's office says a Wilmington, Ohio man has now been arrested for participating, prosecutors say 40 year old Justin stole posted videos online showing himself outside the capital, saying We are at war. We have taken the capital. Stole also allegedly responded the comments of those videos, claiming that he never admitted he went into the building, saying, quote Daddy's not stupid stole, then allegedly threatened the life of one of the commenters saying, You can play that for the D A in court. I don't care stole is right now charged with interstate communication of a threat and witness tampering. I'm Jack Crumley and a former Cleveland teachers facing federal charges for her alleged role in last week's violent riots at the Capitol Building. Christine Pre Nolo was identified through photographs that show her inside the Senate chambers. She resigned from the Cleveland Metropolitan School District last week as rumors of her involvement in the capital protests spread on social media. Lisa made hundreds of arrests nationwide. Johns Hopkins University researchers have confirmed now the two million people around the world have now died from complications of the Corona virus. The U. S continues to lead the world in covert 19 deaths with more than 390,000 in Ohio. This week, the state topped 800,000 cases and over 10,000 deaths. The state is also launching a website that shows all 750 vaccine distribution sites that will be opening in the Buckeye State remain calm and and to know that even if They don't get an appointment next week that they can get an appointment the following week and that there will be continued out of supply of vaccine vaccinations throughout every county. And so it Zraly helping them understand the process. The resource is the information and then the need for patients. You need to secure your place in line online at the vaccine dot coronavirus dot Ohio dot gov. What's behind a name? Well at shady Grove fertility. Not only are we home to 85,000 babies born and counting, we're also proud to have earned more than 5005. Star patient.

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Ohio man arrested for online threats of violence in Washington, DC

Mark Levin

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio man arrested for online threats of violence in Washington, DC

"The U. S attorney's office says a Wilmington, Ohio man has now been arrested for participating, prosecutors say 40 year old Justin stole posted videos online showing himself outside the capital, saying We are at war. We have taken the capital. Stole also allegedly responded the comments of those videos, claiming that he never admitted he went into the building, saying, quote Daddy's not stupid stole, then allegedly threatened the life of one of the commenters saying, You can play that for the D A in court. I don't care stole is right now charged with interstate communication of a threat and witness tampering. I'm Jack Crumley and a former

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"witness tampering" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"10,000 mark for the number of people who have died from the pandemic today, 67 new deaths reported. More than 7100 new cases of coronavirus in Kentucky reporting 4000 new cases. 19 NEW DEATHS Indiana reporting more than 4700 new cases in the past day and 42 new deaths. A Wilmington, man. Is among those charged for the Capitol attack last week, his alleged footprints on social media Ended up betraying him, Prosecutors say. 40 year old Justin stole posted videos online showing himself outside the capital, saying We are at war we have taken the capital stole, also allegedly responded to comments of those videos, claiming that he never admitted he went into the building, saying quote Daddy's not stupid stole, then allegedly threatened the life of one of the commenters saying You can play that for the D A in court. I don't care. Stole is right now charged with interstate communication of a threat and witness tampering. I'm Jack Crumley News Radio 700 wlw man was shot and killed with Walnut Creek apartments in Florence. This afternoon. 22 year old Daniel Darden was found in the parking lot was taken to the hospital and later died. And Florence police are asking for any witnesses. Anybody who knows what happened. To come forward and provide information. Wall Street Down Day is a doll was in the negative column. 1 64, NASDAQ Down 1 14 S and P 500 down. 27 needs a 34 Next news at nine. Matt Reese News radio 700 wlw I started using when I was 13 Taylor is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. It was like, Oh, well, their medications. They can't be that dangerous. My perception was once you stop using like that's it. Your life is over. I didn't even realize that I needed help. Until, like the day that I got arrested. I have been able to accomplish a lot in my recovery. I just want to be happy and I want to thrive in my life. If you or someone you know, a struggling there is hope Recovery is possible,.

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"witness tampering" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"20 minutes from now, we've got John batteries, gentle mind. Don't waste your money. So, Ed, you know you probably looking to move just kind of hang around the house and look Cook something interesting the year for looking for some sort of food item just kind of hanging out, and I'm always looking for some new recipe. Well, I always say that and then I don't make it. I'll tell my wife like you know what sounds good. I'm gonna go online and find this recipe, and then I act like, and she's like, man. That's who you're really gonna make that like, Yeah. Yeah. Much later. Guess what? I don't want my computer's history. Well, here's an idea if you don't want to make that thing to eat pizza Hus Pizza Hut! Excuse me. Has just launched the nothing but stuffed crust. So it's just a cheese filled crush. There's no actual pizza, and it looks like a round circle. They were nothing in the middle of it. But just cheese inside of it. Nothing but crosses available, Um, in January and showing a couple locations think it's just a ring of cheese stuffed crust without pizza tax. It's available in honor of stuffed crust 25th anniversary 20 stuffed crust pizzas around for 25 years, So I'm it. Let me get this straight. It's just a pizza dough with cheese. It Right. There's no cheese, but I got giant round cheese stick like a circular. Continuous circle round cheese stick. And I could live on that. Yeah. Give me some Give me some nice tomato sauce or something to dip it in. Hell, yeah, You do that. I've never been a fan of the stuffed crust pizza. The Pizza Hut debut, the original stuff crossed in 1995. Which makes it the silver anniversary. Um, well, I've just never been a big ideas, Take it or leave it kind of see, That's the thing. I'm kind of with you in that. Well, I grew up in Dayton, where the thin crust pizza was on Marion's and Cassano's pizza. And all that stuff was the cracker kind of a thing and very thin crust and all And then I came to when I came to town here. That's when I lived in Clifton, and there was a UNOS knows. So you know that Zedan e mean Damn, it's good, but that's that's not pizza. That's lasagna. Just e. There's a lot going on, right. You know, I love me. Some of the road you know, not have gotten here and gotten acclimated everything pizzas pizza, but But yeah, that that Chicago style. It's a little much, man. Yeah, I'm so those are four inches. Oh, yeah, right. That's what I'm saying. It's in the whole entire food allowance the whole day. It's a lasagna and ate pizza. Yeah. Um, because again grown up in Dean thing we're cutting and there's little squares. Don't know if any who does that here in town. Well, In autos does the little tiny like Donatos does a little I like I like the non is by which is not one close to my house. They got good wings. Really interesting. We'll check that out. So you got you got tips from your boys here and stuff to do this weekend? Are you gonna go home and you usual Friday and get the LaRosa? No, I I had the roses for lunch, though Scratch set off to do something different. It is a Friday. Eddie In Rocky now the new seven of the W L. W News, traffic and weather news radio. 700 WLW Cincinnati A Wilmington man allegedly thought he had it all figured out until the feds stepped in. This is the 3 30 Report. I'm Matt Reese, breaking now the U. S. Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio today announcing That a Wilmington man is under arrest for his alleged role in the riots at the U. S Capitol last week as the feds describe it. The 40 year old man was given up by the trail he left on social media, prosecutors say 40 year old Justin stole posted videos online, showing himself outside the capital, saying We are at war we have taken the capital stole also allegedly responded to comments of those videos. Claiming that he never admitted he went into the building, saying, quote Daddy's not stupid stole, then allegedly threatened the life of one of the commenters saying, You can play that for the D A in court. I don't care stole is right now charged with interstate communication of a threat and witness tampering. I'm Jack Crumley news radio 700 wlw e check on traffic and weather together. From the UC Health Traffic Center. The U. C. Health Weight loss Center offer solutions for life changing weight loss is that you see health dot com slash weight loss to take the next step. Pretty heavy traffic on none. Cell found 75 out of Lachlan past Galbraith Down toward Paddock North bound slow between the Norwood lateral and paddock then from Sharon Road, 2 to 75 you slow on North 75 from Donaldson to getting by 2 75 Erlanger. That's due to an earlier broken down semi Accidents. Taft, east of Jefferson and Vine on Ebeneezer at Lawrence Road in Bridgetown Cold Rain Avenue near Compton and cleaning up an accident on Glenmore at Applegate. I'm Rob Williams News radio 700 WLW. Now ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. Direct this afternoon and the threat first Snow squalls is in the Tri state basically means you could see some isolated bursts of snow that reduced visibility, but some won't see this. So it's a hit or miss potential. Tonight, flurries around with a low 29. Then tomorrow, everybody sees a chance for at least some spotty light snow with a high of 35. No accumulation is expected from your severe weather station on nine, first morning, meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark News radio 700 WLW radar shows some snow popping up around the airport independence and Taylor Mill and northern Kentucky, also across the river in Del High, and Right now we have 39 degrees and Cincinnati, Ohio, surpassing the 10,000 mark.

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"witness tampering" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"witness tampering" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To make your dental visit as safe as possible. No fear. Dentist dot com. Rain and snow showers likely tonight, eventually turning to all snow with a low of 30 degrees. Chance of snow on Saturday, a high of 36 another chance of snow Sunday with a high once again in the mid thirties. Radar shows scattered clouds in the tri state, seeing some scattered snow falling throughout much of the tri state area. Right now, some of the heaviest or at least steadiest falling in the western and northwestern parts of Butler County, also Boone County, seeing some of it and even central parts of Hamilton County, right through the middle areas like North I'd win terrorist Saint Bernard and Avondale. Seeing some fairly steady snow, along with areas around blue ash and reading. It is 38 degrees. News is a service of Woody Sander Ford and serve all electric company. We just got word now The U. S attorney's office says that a Wilmington man has been arrested and is facing federal charges related to his alleged participation in last week's riot at the Capitol, prosecutors say 40 year old Justin Stall posted videos online showing himself outside the capital, saying We're a war. We have taken the capital. This is our country stole also allegedly responded to comments on his video, claiming that he never admitted that he went into the building, saying quote Daddy's not stupid stole, then allegedly threatened one of the commenters saying, You can play that for the D A in court I don't care stole is right now charged with interstate communication of a threat and witness tampering. Meantime, investigators say there is strong evidence showing riders at the Capitol last week intended to capture and assassinate elected leaders. In a phone briefing today, federal authorities Say they've opened up 275 investigations so far, and they expect more. The acting U. S attorney for the District of Columbia, Michael Sherwin says Among those arrested and charged are a firefighter and at least two off duty police officers only as this case goes on. We're seeing Indications that law enforcement officers both former and current, maybe have been off duty and participating. And this ride activity. All 50 state capitals are preparing for possible violent clashes in the coming days. City leaders in Columbus say they're ready Police chief Tom Quinlan the legitimate concerns surrounding way have extensively prepared and stand ready to preserve law and order here in our capital city, the director of the FBI is urging local law enforcement all across the country to stay focused and keep their colleagues informed of any Intel. On Wall Street. Right now,.

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Roger Stone defends pardon from President Trump

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Roger Stone defends pardon from President Trump

"Says he thinks he knows why he was pardoned by President Trump. I think the president is protecting those who are unfairly Persecuted and prosecuted. For political reasons. Stone is claiming he learned of the pardon on television. He's a former Trump campaign adviser. He was convicted of lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstruction of justice, he said. I have no intention of going away. I might even have another presidential campaign in me. Who knows? He's writing a book he'll call Roger Stone did nothing wrong. He will be speaking at a planned stop the steel rally in the district on January 6th the same day Congress is set to certify Joe Biden's election as president. Mr Trump's attempts to persuade

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Roger Stone surprised by Trump pardon

WBZ Morning News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Roger Stone surprised by Trump pardon

"Newly pardoned by President Trump spoke of WPLG from his home in Florida on Christmas Eve, he says a part in that Mr Trump gave him was a surprise party or indirectly discussed apartment with Roger Stone was convicted for lying to Congress about his role in trying to release the emails of Hillary Clinton that presidential opponent of Mr Trump back in 2016, as well as witness tampering and upset Action of Justice.

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Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner

Skullduggery

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner

"New evidence surfaced of just how wild and crazy things could get in the last days of donald trump's presidency. The white house announced that the president had issued a new round of pardons that included. Paul manafort his former campaign chairman and roger stone his longtime political adviser both of whom had been convicted of crimes. Going out of robert muller's russia investigation. And as if that wasn't enough trump also pardoned charles kushner. The father of his son-in-law jared kushner who had been convicted of illegal campaign contributions tax evasion and witness tampering

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Trump pardons 29, including Manafort, Stone, Charles Kushner

News, Traffic and Weather

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Trump pardons 29, including Manafort, Stone, Charles Kushner

"Churn, hardens or sentence commutations for another 29 individuals on Wednesday, many of them loyalists and supporters. These were friends and family pardons. The president pardoning his son in law. Jared Kushner is Father Charles for tax and witness tampering convictions, a case prosecuted by former Trump outside adviser Chris Christie. Mr Trump also lifting the Mueller investigation, federal crime convictions and shadow off two more loyalists convicted former campaign chair Paul Manafort and Roger Stone. Many other pardons issued at the request of other Trump loyalists, ABC Sandy Field and you can expect still Mork clemency actions. President Trump is going to have more pardons in the coming weeks. Our sources tell NBC News that we do not leave. More pardon will come from now until the end of the year. But as everyone cost, but you never know with Donald Trump. But going into the beginning of 2021 Donald Trump has 20 games left in office, and we know from our sources is pardoned list is massive. ABC is John Santucci, inviting a congressional override the

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President Trump Pardons Jared Kushner's Father Charles

710 WOR Programming

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

President Trump Pardons Jared Kushner's Father Charles

"Pardons his former campaign chief Paul Manafort and associate Roger Stone. Two of 26 pardons Wednesday. Manafort was convicted on charges that emerged during the Russia investigation. Stone was convicted on charges of witness tampering and making false statements during the Russia probe. Trump had already commuted his 40 month sentence. The president also pardoned the father of his son in law and adviser Jared Kushner. Charles Kushner had been prosecuted by then U. S attorney for New Jersey Chris Christie in the early two thousands for tax evasion, witness tampering and illegal campaign contributions. House

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Trump pardons former campaign chairman Paul Manafort

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Trump pardons former campaign chairman Paul Manafort

"President trump has issued another batch of pardons to nearly thirty people including his son in law's father and trump's former campaign chairman on the new list of those now pardoned or granted clemency Charles Kushner a real estate developer who pleaded guilty to tax evasion witness tampering and making illegal campaign contributions in two thousand five Kushner son Jared as a White House adviser and married to trump's daughter Ivanka and two more trump confidants convicted in order to jail in the Russia probe former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and close friend Roger stone whose prison sentence had already been commuted by the White House observers say the president's using the power of his office to dismantle the results of special counsel Robert Muller's investigation having pardoned another campaign associate Tuesday Jackie Quinn Washington

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Michael Flynn's Family Thanks Trump For "Answering Our Prayers"

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Michael Flynn's Family Thanks Trump For "Answering Our Prayers"

"Former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Despite Flynn's guilty plea tow line to the FBI about his Russia contacts. Flynn's family thank the president for quote, answering our prayers and the prayers of a nation. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the pardon quote on active grave corruption and a brazen abuse of power. Earlier this year, Flynn requested to withdraw his guilty plea as his legal saga played out in federal court President Trump hinted at granting him a full pardon. He's gonna be okay. We're gonna be just fine. The Flynn pardon comes just months after the president commuted the sentence of his friend and former adviser Roger Stone. He was due to serve a 40 month sentence after his conviction on seven felony counts, including witness tampering and lying to Congress that Skylar Henry reporting with CBS News. After years of

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Suspect tries to escape FBI using underwater "sea scooter"

First Morning News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Suspect tries to escape FBI using underwater "sea scooter"

"A bizarre ending to a chase involving federal agents. Here's correspondent Alex Stone with the store. FBI agents were after 44 year old Matthew Matthew Piercy, Piercy, who who they they say say ran ran a a $35 $35 million million Ponzi Ponzi scheme. scheme. Federal Federal prosecutors prosecutors say say When When the the FBI FBI showed showed up up to to arrest arrest Pearcey Pearcey he he took took off off There There was was a a vehicle vehicle chase. And then he jumped in the lake Shasta with an underwater Submersible device. He was underwater agents could only see bubbles. He was in the water for about 25 minutes. Finally, he got out of the free Did water and was met by waiting. FBI agents now under arrest facing charges of wire fraud, mail fraud, money laundering and witness tampering. Alex Stone, ABC News It's now 10 minutes after five

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St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

"A couple in Saint Louis has been indicted on weapons and evidence tampering charges mark and Patricia McCloskey were seen displaying guns while racial injustice protesters marched on their private street you may have seen us defending our home as a mob of protesters descended on our neighborhood the McCloskey say they were simply exercising their second amendment rights they've been folk heroes among some conservatives and spoke at the Republican National Convention it seems as if the Democrats no longer view the government's job as protecting all the citizens from criminals but rather protecting criminals from honest citizens the chief prosecutor who is a Democrat charge the McCloskey's with felony unlawful use of a weapon during what she called a peaceful protest they are also accused of witness tampering trespassing charges against the nine protesters were later dropped I'm a Donahue

Saint Louis Patricia Mccloskey Prosecutor Donahue Witness Tampering
St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

"A couple in Saint Louis has been indicted on weapons and evidence tampering charges mark and Patricia McCloskey were seen displaying guns while racial injustice protesters marched on their private street you may have seen us defending our home as a mob of protesters descended on our neighborhood the McCloskey say they were simply exercising their second amendment rights they've been folk heroes among some conservatives and spoke at the Republican National Convention it seems as if the Democrats no longer view the government's job as protecting all the citizens from criminals but rather protecting criminals from honest citizens the chief prosecutor who is a Democrat charge the McCloskey's with felony unlawful use of a weapon during what she called a peaceful protest they are also accused of witness tampering trespassing charges against the nine protesters were later dropped I'm a Donahue

Saint Louis Patricia Mccloskey Prosecutor Donahue Witness Tampering
St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

"A couple in Saint Louis has been indicted on weapons and evidence tampering charges mark and Patricia McCloskey were seen displaying guns while racial injustice protesters marched on their private street you may have seen us defending our home as a mob of protesters descended on our neighborhood the McCloskey say they were simply exercising their second amendment rights they've been folk heroes among some conservatives and spoke at the Republican National Convention it seems as if the Democrats no longer view the government's job as protecting all the citizens from criminals but rather protecting criminals from honest citizens the chief prosecutor who is a Democrat charge the McCloskey's with felony unlawful use of a weapon during what she called a peaceful protest they are also accused of witness tampering trespassing charges against the nine protesters were later dropped I'm a Donahue

Saint Louis Patricia Mccloskey Prosecutor Donahue Witness Tampering
St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

"A couple in Saint Louis has been indicted on weapons and evidence tampering charges mark and Patricia McCloskey were seen displaying guns while racial injustice protesters marched on their private street you may have seen us defending our home as a mob of protesters descended on our neighborhood the McCloskey say they were simply exercising their second amendment rights they've been folk heroes among some conservatives and spoke at the Republican National Convention it seems as if the Democrats no longer view the government's job as protecting all the citizens from criminals but rather protecting criminals from honest citizens the chief prosecutor who is a Democrat charge the McCloskey's with felony unlawful use of a weapon during what she called a peaceful protest they are also accused of witness tampering trespassing charges against the nine protesters were later dropped I'm a Donahue

Saint Louis Patricia Mccloskey Prosecutor Donahue Witness Tampering
St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

"A couple in Saint Louis has been indicted on weapons and evidence tampering charges mark and Patricia McCloskey were seen displaying guns while racial injustice protesters marched on their private street you may have seen us defending our home as a mob of protesters descended on our neighborhood the McCloskey say they were simply exercising their second amendment rights they've been folk heroes among some conservatives and spoke at the Republican National Convention it seems as if the Democrats no longer view the government's job as protecting all the citizens from criminals but rather protecting criminals from honest citizens the chief prosecutor who is a Democrat charge the McCloskey's with felony unlawful use of a weapon during what she called a peaceful protest they are also accused of witness tampering trespassing charges against the nine protesters were later dropped I'm a Donahue

Saint Louis Patricia Mccloskey Prosecutor Donahue Witness Tampering
St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

"A couple in Saint Louis has been indicted on weapons and evidence tampering charges mark and Patricia McCloskey were seen displaying guns while racial injustice protesters marched on their private street you may have seen us defending our home as a mob of protesters descended on our neighborhood the McCloskey say they were simply exercising their second amendment rights they've been folk heroes among some conservatives and spoke at the Republican National Convention it seems as if the Democrats no longer view the government's job as protecting all the citizens from criminals but rather protecting criminals from honest citizens the chief prosecutor who is a Democrat charge the McCloskey's with felony unlawful use of a weapon during what she called a peaceful protest they are also accused of witness tampering trespassing charges against the nine protesters were later dropped I'm a Donahue

Saint Louis Patricia Mccloskey Prosecutor Donahue Witness Tampering
St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

St. Louis couple indicted for waving guns at protesters

"A couple in Saint Louis has been indicted on weapons and evidence tampering charges mark and Patricia McCloskey were seen displaying guns while racial injustice protesters marched on their private street you may have seen us defending our home as a mob of protesters descended on our neighborhood the McCloskey say they were simply exercising their second amendment rights they've been folk heroes among some conservatives and spoke at the Republican National Convention it seems as if the Democrats no longer view the government's job as protecting all the citizens from criminals but rather protecting criminals from honest citizens the chief prosecutor who is a Democrat charge the McCloskey's with felony unlawful use of a weapon during what she called a peaceful protest they are also accused of witness tampering trespassing charges against the nine protesters were later dropped I'm a Donahue

Saint Louis Patricia Mccloskey Prosecutor Donahue Witness Tampering