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"zerkalo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Sports Network Big Thanks to Barrett Salih, who just joined us on the show, where it was fantastic coming up in about 40 minutes. We'll talk to Kevin Boiler, CBS Sports NFL writer. Well, talking fell with him, obviously writes about the NFL. But what Barrett and I were just talking about, I don't think And I got a tweet from somebody. Let me let me read the tweet here. Okay? This from Moondog Moondog says Can I am so bleeping sick? You wrote the word of hearing about players getting paid its really simple They get all kinds of things that other students don't Hellfire. They get a free education. I'm G sick and tired of hearing this. All right. What? I read that at first Go roll my hold on here. My concern. Is this a Zerkalo? JJ football athlete. You provide a service? Absolutely. What you get in return isn't monetary. It is long term because let's let's be serious Moondog. Even though boy there's there's a lot of words I had to skip over here. Moved up mates couple points here, folks. Yes. You get a lot of things that other students don't You get you get a base of alumni who are usually very proud to help out a a former football player for their school with jobs and with opportunities and You know, if you if you become one of those great great former Clemson Tigers, you become one of those great great former Alabama Crimson Tide players. Let's be honest. You should be doing just about okay. Hell if you want a season true or if you win a Heisman Trophy over a season. I'll give you a job. Look, Vince Young look a choice, Smith. They had jobs that were really nice from the unit. Now. This may change that. But I will say that they had jobs from the University of Texas and Ohio State University is just like, Listen, just don't mess up. Both of them ended up, mess it up. But listen, just show up here and don't mess up and you'll be part of us because you're a great representative of what our school is because you become one of our heroes. So I do think that there is some we're going. Hey! Oh! Oh, Hold on, Sally, You're not getting anything over this. You have a l of a leg up over What I did You have a hell of a leg up. Where? Where'd you go to school? Pierre? No. I went to the college of Staten Island at CUNY School. It's that, Alan. You're okay. I don't know if they have. Do they have football. There were do not You. Okay, well, then, hell, okay. Hickey goes to Penn State. This is this. Probably question I should ask Gigi. I'm sorry. Nothing against the fine folks of the College of Staten Island there, Piano. I apologize. Oh, you can I'm sorry, buddy. I'm sorry. Okay? I didn't. I thought for a second. You might have went to Rutgers or something like that. I apologize. He went to the College of Staten Island. There's absolutely nothing wrong with the College of Staten Island. Go down. Let me you go. Dolphins. Why you call the dolphins up there in New York? I think that'd be a really nasty thing with the Jets there, But okay. Like Hickey goes, and he'll be in a noon eastern with the Penn State. Hickey. There is there are people who will help you out. Since you went to Penn State. That's that's perfectly fine. These are part of the connections that we make. If you're a big time college football player that went to Penn State, I'd be won'th a bit like se Sei Quem Barclay fell out in the NFL. I think sake want Barkley would be just fine with the network of alum that I went to Penn State. Because he gave them a lot of enjoyment toe watch their favorite college football team. Is that simple. So you do get something in return, and I do caution about this, and it's not where I don't think that you should get something for your troubles. It's not where I don't think you should get something for for putting in hardworking in effort, knowing that I know you have to train basically now because it's so cutthroat that it's ever been. I know you have to train as if you were a professional athlete, and there are people that are trying To get in on you. But there is also things where You have to take it. You have to take it. You have to take care of people who not are trying to take advantage of you. You have to take care of people who have been very giving to you. And it may be paid for your training and maybe have taken carry you and that's not just family members, obviously, and we've seen that in some cases. So it becomes a convoluted issue. What I warned and what I always warn before. This is if you pay the college football player, it's easy for me to sit there and get on the radio and get you to agree with me go. This is ridiculous. This is servitude. They need to be paid. It's easier for me to do that, because you and I pay attention to college football in college basketball. To a lesser extent, college baseball and a couple other sports What if I pay you? They're still going to take it away from somewhere else. I can pay you I can absolutely pay you. And when this is all over, and eventually there will be an economic fallout of this In college athletics. There will be a time where yes. They can afford to pay you and they've been able to afford to pay you. But if they afford to pay you That that is going to take away opportunities for other people who are either going to demand payment as well. It's just like any other business if they find out that they could be streamlined. And find a way that they could be streamlined and run better. They will do so. So while I pay attention to college football, and you do in college basketball and baseball and some wrestling and here and there I know there's such a thing is titled on. You're forcing them to act as if that they are a business even more so you'll start to get rid of sports just like they already are. Because now that if I have to pay that athlete, maybe not. The same is what it called football players. But if I have to pay that athlete, I'm going to get rid of that sport. They make their money. They're in the business of making money and they're going to continue to make money off of you, so they'll pay you, but they're going to trim the fat, so they continue to make the same profit off that athlete. That's his business Is business gets its The same thing in every business in college sports is absolutely a business..
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"A look through the Sunday kickoff. Typical new castle taking on Sheffield United Jason. Show the prices and you pick it, but he's not. Yet Newcastle twelve four draw to one and Sheffield United Four. For me, be looking for Sheffield United after see how to get against Aston Villa Castle of forty points more than expected his. Position in the table it's just falls should be actually bought Matab legal on performances to go scores. Don Shula said we were all just really poor, whereas Shefa tonight can actually rotates. To switch between on eight four strikers doesn't really lesson to strengthen the team debris in the Sandra bargains, whereas the more options in midfield so chef. Can Rotate. There'd be bit more up to speed after the game against, so I'd be decided Sheffield. United flights for. or Going with the blade series well two main reasons Newcastle looking at a lot of uncertainty around him at the moment, particularly over Steve Bruce Greece's future of this takeover at goes through at the other side of the code is while note that Sheffield united with fuming to home to counselor in the season is controversial. Jonjo, show Vigo often they'll be up for revenge here and I. Think they're good back. A clean sweep coming up mark. Just again, just check region, or is this just? How few goals they scored just. Doesn't make me want to Lumberton them I just felt the draw nuke also are. Actually home. They don't be free sides of one. Some changes part the season. We should deserve respect I. Think is not being very pretty. You sometimes wonder how they manage to do it. but of course shift on. A against number away match for them. off the Wednesday united as well in mid week saw A. Periods of Full Kris, Waldron and I'm not sure about this. What he likes very settled stall in team discount, PAT fixture this my work against him. Okay. Put a cool to possible. On Sunday, Villa Against Chelsea Jason Prices I'm thoughts had. Asked and truly Chelsea wants to. We've already hotter, Chabot Ovilla and Just a Chai pretty quickly. Both Chelsea, two or three points ahead tonight in terms of the tough, full or the plastic and villa, and then mindset whereas place bars in his market. Would probably play a what is tire. Sheffield United I. Think if you're not are level on points to Chelsea after those two games. I think these are ruins would make favorites to get tough forward ahead of Chelsea. Chelsea in terms of next season have a lot look forward to in terms of Warrener and audio law list. So this game has copd Don against. Sheffield united and see what price traffic off happened got strong pick. Let's see. ON AGAINST SHEPHERDS NATE I. Wore. I'm I'm interested to see how Chelsea react to all talk. Talkative Verte, joining the end of the season I just wonder what impact that might have on some of the current squads. And some of them know you'll be out of the door as well so that will be interesting to say. I'm a sucker for a big price to villain solar fights to wall and thought. And a game where you know, they probably will need to get something out of it. It's about against relegation. Maybe a bit more realistic village people chances six, two, four overall. You'd expect Chelsea to win by. Just think that a look a big price. And he response say. Not Really just offing. Mean Chelsea probably all safe enough for the actors, just because Villa look at the results, defensive performances against the big signs, an just no good. You know that full one four near against Leicester conceded free in that two games against Tottenham free against all snow six against Man City defend well. Chelsea first game back. Think that will help them. Get prepare building the Wednesday game I I tend to think at the moment the last fold so Chelsea probably Siphon off the actors. Good stuff and I'm sure this is probably the one that will be and for advocate against liberal seven PM Sunday on skoll spoiled that we come to Liverpool. Five half us more on this massive. It is huge. I, think the one stop that stands out to me. Jack is the Father Everton. Beat Liverpool in ten years, which is incredible, really think about twenty one games in all competitions now since have it's last beat Liverpool I would've thought that Everton. Have Fancy their chances how to admit a packed house at Goodison and the prospect of of scuppering little at for the week in terms of winning the title, but I think the fact that it's going to be an empty. Empty Stadium Ready plays into Liverpool's Hans here. Yes, Evanston of improved on Zerkalo Chelsea, but when you've seen them play against teams that are above them in the table fell to Bateman likes of hostile Monday nights than Chelsea in recent times. They're not maybe quite up. Top Six. Standard is yet Liverpool of course will want to finish the season high enough nothing bathroom shoulder when the title. Rivals. AMD. Saudi-omani scored three in the last four primarily gaze before the break. You might remember him a couple of seasons ago. Score the winner Goodison. He's eleven to ten to score anytime. which is is worth. Watching also wants to watch as well. I think it's fair to say the league's most dramatic referee. Is Give us gay. He's a traumatic found as well so for Mosey side Dobley Mike Dean will be yet manning charge. A penalty to be awarded by the way which is not an unusual digging Mosey side notices six four which go go back. Grind Stock Day while black and Jackson built. 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"Facility next door to his command center enter were interviews of suspected al-Qaeda members would be conducted keeping all of the Intel gathered central to one location former interrogator in Iraq Iraq Matthew Alexander the Interrogation Unit you essentially composed of where we kept the prisoners in also our Turkish Asian rooms in our analysis room in our desks which we called the gator pit part of our facility was an old Saddam era aircraft hangar and then the rest of it was just kind of make shift built additions to a warehouse essentially where you would just take plywood in throw it would up in Crete compartments in rooms but it was really essentially like a very quickly built haphazard facility where sure where it was just kind of all thrown together last minute when it felt like well our task force had its own detention facility because of our pace which essentially Ashley was go out capture senior leaders of al Qaeda get information out of them through interrogation in quickly turn around and go back out in catch new leaders this and do that in a manner in which always going up the chain of command towards Kali using this massive amount of up-to-date intelligence McChrystal unleashed the most most dangerous weapon in J. socks Arsenal the coalition forces special mission units of elite frontline soldiers these units would work in an entirely tiredly new way historically they ran only one or two major operations per year now they would conduct multiple raids on a daily basis Fran Townsend former White House counterterrorism adviser we found over the years in the war was that you need there needs to be a continuous loop right right of information and so the operators need to understand from the intelligence community what the capability is and the intelligence community needs to understand what the operators are seen being on the ground and so they can task each other right and they can and you get better and more refined th you know. I can remember visiting Iraq and watching them. They didn't go out once on a night. They went out multiple times. oftentimes the intelligence operators would go with the special forces they would do they would get what's called pocket litter there were hard drives a piece of paper out of people's pockets they come back they bring it to analyst back on the base who from the CIA who would go through that information that that would lead to another targeting package and the operated the special forces would go out again. That's sort of continuous feed. Continuous loop is what made them incredibly effective well. It all starts by piling in the back of a Stryker vehicle in sitting in a very cramped space. That's very hot in very dark and then you're you're going through the streets you know and there's all types of hazards roadside bombs and snipers in by the time you get to the target usually already drenched in sweat in your adrenaline going and then the team conducts a raid of the location in go out they go in in the the capture your intended target and then they immediately call you say you're jumping out of the vehicle. You're running down. The street won't get when it gets really exciting is when you have more than one house. oftentimes the these terrorists they would run out of one house jump a wall and into another house and then you'd have to wait a second house in sometimes it would ended up with a third or fourth house and then there's only two interrogators so you could end up with as many as ten or fifteen captured personnel and the I need have ten or fifteen minutes between two interrogators to try and figure out who were the bad guys and back to the base. The critical factor is speed every time a militant militant is captured the members of Q. I around that individual will try to cover their tracks by reorganizing the entire network. It's a cat and mouse game. The terrorists wrists constantly changed their routines abandoned safehouses and recruit new men to replace those that have been lost or captured but if McChrystal's people can work worked faster than their enemy they will destroy a Q. I before it can regenerate what I saw general McChrystal do as A. I'm not a field opera but I'm a career analyst. That's what I saw him. Do was not just evolutionary was revolutionary. You think about the history of warfare you know tanks artillery aircraft you think about the history of intelligence strategic work that identifies the Soviet nuclear arsenal for example now. Let's fast forward to what we've been doing. The past decade plus you take technical technical information. Things like stuff you oughta captured cell phone or captured hard-drive. You take detainee. Operation Detainees are saying about the network. They just came from you. Take pieces of paper you might capturing raid last night and you put them in a big hopper and say our software or nationalist. Our people have to be good enough so so that when the with within the the the timeframe of ours they can put together a picture of what that network looks like for example foreign fighters across Iraq doc. What is all this information. Tell us about money about suicide bombers about leadership and not only put that picture together do it well enough so that an operator can conduct a raid raid within twenty four hours contrast were that where we were in terms of intelligence and military operations even fifteen years ago and where we are today all that coming together so that you're not only constructing a picture of a foreign fighter network. You're not only operating on that picture within twenty four hours. You're doing it for years on end with people from every Consi in town incredible in a way the most important Tortilla that general McChrystal Jason brought this whole oh fake was that if you hit an organization false enough accurately enough and repeatedly enough you you could actually cause them to collapse now in other conflicts around the world various counter-terrorist feels. It tried this but they never really found that. It worked the old idea. What if you killed somebody. We drank them screaming from that home. In the middle of the night he would simply create many more people who wanted revenge had held true and and this idea that you could actually take down a whole terrorist militant organization had never been material that never been made real actually made to work that. McChrystal's attitude was yes. I know if we go into someone's home in the middle of the night will create a business that we want to take down so fall elst that when that angry brother will son whatever it is tries to report to take part in the Jihad. There's no one to talk to because all of his father or brothers friends they have also been lifted in the same forty hour period now. This was a critical to what they wanted to do. It involved Mount Mount multiple raids every night. Sometimes a particular task force would do what they call bounce homes they go from one target they would find intelligence there they go on to another target and another another one and they could round up a whole group of people half dozen people say and petit commits and sell in one night and little by little that was going to have an effect. Jay sock had developed into a well oiled machine every single night for special task forces spread out through Iraq doc and performed up to a dozen raids at one time each group was assigned to take down targets in a different part of US occupied territories to the north is task force read formed from the army's seventy fifth Rangers Brigade to the West Task Force blue made up of US Navy seals the center of Iraq was the responsibility of task force green staffed by the US Army's most elite unit Delta Force and finally these soldiers were joined by the SAS ask operating under the codename feeling among many of the American intelligence operators that the SAS and the other British special forces also is the Special Boat Service and the Special Reconnaissance Regiment had skills that were quite unusual and quite different to the type of skills that Delta force or the seals at the American training and operational activity at all been based around if you like action man leaping out of helicopters boarding ships this kind of stuff assault rolls whereas the British special forces because of their long involvement not just in Northern Ireland but in places like the Balkans where they've been involved in the hunt for war criminals they had skills to do with the patient nurturing uh of targets and groups have targets now that involves surveillance involved creativity stealth about how for example could you get a remote surveillance camera hammer onto a balcony overlooking at target. You might be interested in they came up with all sorts of things they drove around in Baghdad taxis they disguise themselves and the American intelligence people saw some of these during the early years in in Baghdad and they liked it. They actually there's something we can learn from these people because because they could better that counseling themselves they also got Iraqi colleagues that they could use some of those cover tasks but right the way through the Americans did value the fact act that the British could add another very highly trained very professional special operations task force to their lay down because they were in Baghdad. They could go after ah the same very very high. Importance targets McChrystal and his team worked through their targets night after night. The supply lines of foreign fighters were being being intercepted. Bombmakers were taken out of action mountains of intelligence captured and analyzed despite two years of taking all Zerkalo as network apart the ultimate objective the man himself still eluded them were under tremendous amount of pressure to deliver results quickly every day we were reminded of how important it was to find an killer taps rebel muscles are Kylie because he was the key to winning the war and that pressure was reinforced from a variety of leaders continuously on US.
"zerkalo" Discussed on Covert
"Summer two thousand six the elite fighting outfit Task Force Black were on the trail of Iraq's deadliest terrorist Abu Bumu Saab all Zerkalo Zarko the number one priority for a man driven to unleash unspeakable carnage on the people of Iraq and coalition military forces Sarkar. We personified the dark sadistic and medieval vision of the future future of headings suicide bombings and indiscriminate killings but with the help of interrogators and military leadership task force black back finally brings down the death is our cow as we suspected would it was a devastating world organization welcome to covert show show.
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Five hundred miles to the west of Baghdad or Al-Zour Cowie was was born in one thousand nine hundred sixty six author of insurgent Iraq. I'll ZERKALO WE IN THE NEW GENERATION Loretta Napoleonic other cow is a working class individual. It does not belong to an elitist family in that is very very different from the majority of the lead there some of the Jihadist Movement and arcade them his his background is he was a criminal. You know he spent time in Jordanian prison for sexual assault salt he was a drug dealer. He was a petty criminal Jordan. Well there is a there's a narrative which you find in the lives of of quite a lot the people who got involved without Kaieda and I suppose you could say that there's a period in their lives which you might call the sinful years crazy years as I mean you saw it with some of the nine eleven hijackers that there was a period of their life when they've been drinking heavily and doing lots of things which clearly Islam would consider very very very Harare unplayed Zaccaria was one of those people I mean accounts differ as to whether he was actually hard boozing villa in his hometown now it's certainly true that he was involved in some forms of crime and that he probably had some kind of a piff unie some kind of moments when he realized that he he's life was going the wrong way and the Islam was the answer for him and of course many of those people who had kind of experience often in jail became the most militant jihadist because they felt they had redeemed their lives and discovered purpose in one thousand nine hundred nine. All ZACCARIA traveled to Afghanistan to become a freedom MM fighter against the Soviet occupation it was there he met his mentor and Inspiration Osama bin Laden at the beginning of two thousand finally finally Auxerre car. We met Osama bin Laden. It was a very interesting meeting with the leader of al-Qaeda a very very powerful man in Afghanistan. Also cow was a novelty. It was the leader of this small group of individuals who did not even have a name that did not not have base and the reason why are the Cowie met is because he was looking for a sponsor he was looking for money. He wanted to set up a little camp where he could look after his followers. Osama bin Laden offer Cowie to become part of Al.. Okay dumb former White House counterterrorism adviser Fran Townsend Sir Kelly really came to at least my attention I think many in the counterterrorism community me during the millennium the ninety nine to two thousand period there had been a series of raids in Jordan and there was a threat in inside Jordan there was tremendous cooperation between the FBI the CIA and our Jordanian counterparts during in fact we deployed a number of FBI agents. It's over to Jordan to work with the CIA and the Jordanians and during the course of that investigation it became clear the leader of the cell was an individual by the name of Zarcal. We we knew he was an important terrorists figure. We knew he was an important operational leader. I don't think anyone at that point in time. Imagine you you know more than a decade later we would be chasing him inside. Iraq where he would become an even more influential figure in Al Qaeda in the wake of September eleventh much of the Al Qaeda leadership went into hiding in the tribal belt between Afghanistan and Pakistan the United States had begun its invasion of Afghanistan Afghanistan Zorka we and other al-Qaeda fighters meanwhile had crossed over to Iran and then into the northern Iraq region known as Kurdistan now now that move is very much the beginning of the making with made because the Americans were informed of the existence of outsor- Cowie at the end of two thousand and one by the Kurdish secret service the Kurdish secret service alerted Americans the odds are Cowan was the link between between Al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein it was clear as we were in Iraq the increasing importance of czar calloway inside al-Qaeda circles he had come up during the course of the war in Afghanistan people understood his importance as an operational leader and he was clearly trusted by bin Laden Auden and Al Qaeda senior leadership and so when he was deployed if you will from the federal administrative tribal aries into Iraq we understood as the the American counterterrorism community that this was a significant event this was he was well liked by soldiers and al Qaeda. He was well respected by leadership. He was incredibly capable he was experienced and so he had that unique combination of skills that would allow him to be a real force on for al Qaeda against US inside Iraq in two thousand three the US and other coalition forces entered Iraq and the Saddam Hussein regime quickly collapsed but it created a major power vacuum houser Collie who was hiding in the shadows kick started a campaign of violence. He stirred up the hatred between Iraq's two main religious groups the majority Shia Muslims and the minority Sunnis he then created a militant group with the aim of killing as many many Shias as possible and sparking a brutal cycle of violence across the nation and it was drawing the attention of the United States especially Secretary Three of State Colin Powell on the fifth of February two thousand and three calling power when to Security Council and in front of the words presented also Cowie as link between Qaidam and Saddam Hussein nobody at art of Our cowie before that day I mean everybody in the community of terrorists expert and never heard his name interestingly pressingly enough from that moment onwards also cowie became the men masterminded immaturity of the terrorist various attack which had taken place after nine eleven also Conway's group was named by intelligence officials al Qaeda in Iraq or for short short a Q. I when you look at Al.. Qaeda's mission in Iraq is our couch mission. We mistakenly look at these organizations as terrorist groups. This is too narrow. These are revolutionary organizations that want to spread an idea they can return to what they call a caliphate of fourteen centuries old old concept that there's a pure way to live according to the Koran Prophet Muhammad targets included bombing the offices of the United Nations and the Red Cross regular attacks tax on the basis of US military coalition forces but in an effort to maximize casualties the terrorist group shifted its attention to targeting public markets. It's police stations mosques and with it media coverage and in the eyes of our Collie this was attention on his movement and an important recruitment Krugman tool former interrogator and author of how to break a terrorist Matthew Alexander. There's a large influx of foreign fighters into Iraq after the Abu Abu Ghraib scandal which was essentially al-Qaeda's number one recruiting tool for convincing young Muslims from all across from everywhere from North Africa all across the Middle East to come to Iraq and fight in what they termed Jihad in these foreign fighters were extremely potent because they were the ones who made most of the suicide bombers so they're the ones that essentially we're also the most brutal I think the largely the ax you see like beheadings happen because of these foreign fighters and not so much because of Iraqis Al-Zour collie orchestrated numerous suicide bombings a devastating series of attacks in March two thousand four killed close to two hundred people at she a holy sites czar Cowie was is at the top of the target list inside Iraq one because of the bloodshed he was causing and not just of Iraqis. I mean this. This terrorist leader became a primary source of injuries and killings of our own soldiers and coalition forces and so absolutely he became prominent on the scope of the president in terms of briefings and targets then on May eleventh.
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"I._t. Five places hi answer by sean in the fee for world rankings tells you what you need tonight <hes> but they have lost postage croatia and hungary but i pushed by sides in those games it's more than can be said for azerbaijan who already conceded ten goals in qualifying process but i have actually scored in offering afraid to face and there's plenty of attacking quality own show you go gareth violence. He said he's an excellent foreman. An interesting one for us by dina moscow forward rahmael shadayev is being in <hes> in pretty good form and his qualifying campaign might want to keep an eye on the goal scoring markets yuk-sai wiles to win and by team school britain <hes> mixing up a little bit just quickly bronco ronrico <hes> the first goalscorer market there because i'm sure gary bauer is going to be mega. Mega show is a four to one. I go score garb and james six to under james could show we'll move on then scotland versus brussels on friday not group or give some processes <hes> for that one place brought scotland are nine five dropped fifteen to eight and russia are six to four. How did you see it going. It's difficult to predict this one <hes> scotland ednid- four points from their two games against show home and away if they are to qualify from this group. I think it's hard not to campaign hasn't gone well for them at all so fairly start off with a tree defeat veto a khazakstan unconvincing to win over some reno steve clark was brought into place. Mcleish is a great manager but it is hard to have an instant impact international football. They labors hurts to relate to on win over slavers for adrenal vs am against belgium. There's no doubt there's a group of you'll entitled to the players. Their champions league winners are captain and andre robertson ryan fraser zerkalo mcgregor james forrest john kenny maclean starts village season so think steve clark's job now is to get these players gel create some teams spirits and still some believe the squad what they can win games in our heart disease and reconnect with the fans get a bulls going around hunting pack again and it's hard while russia are what's colin team's gonna show we'll both teams are quite inconsistent so a look odds against and i will go for both teams to score. It's eleven ten at houses. It's only click twice in the ten games that these two sides the played in the end the groups so far but they've been more one-sided fixtures so i think what the players i've mentioned there for scotland. They should score a goal and russia players will cause problems. This is well dennis cherish of and artem site zoo and so i think it'd be todd row. Teams both teams score eleven to ten for me yeah. Thanks one could be competitive. One lamp talk out. I mean looking at again the fee for drank thing that can be a good indication. Sometimes i'm surprised to see that russia arnie one place above scotland in in those in forty six nick which seemed quite light down for me but i still think i think it'll be more nights full golfing quality when these to play charge would russia could bet <hes> bought himself. Steve clocks a huge job on his hands. If gotland qualify from this group losing the nuts to kazakhstan in a manner they did was just absolutely unforgivable of not steve clark's doing but nonetheless. I stay go along way to come back from that. Were uninspiring and he's slender. Wins is san marino inside person. They're required a nineteen th minute we know too so i'd is a nice concerning when you're having to play <hes> play russia you compare that with russia who in their win over cyprus authority dominant twenty-five shot sixty five seven possession and <hes> and be <hes> kazakhstan and san marino four now and nine new <hes> so so they've being you know good to get stronger against teams in scotland have <hes> and of course some quality. Let's see in final-status. Brian touched upon autumn's you alex golovin and anti-iran shook. We can't remember we can't forget how they put in a good display in the world cup. <hes> <hes> and i think also of scotland the absence of griffiths is just being returning so goalscoring phone seats that bright from football <hes> having having.
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"The great the great never to be located bruno san martino by the way he quit but then came back and he was a little better with wrestling in the end i retire nineteen eightyone comeback in nineteen september nineteen eightyfour zerkalo commentator when i come back i see the world of wrestling that i knew was gone and i saw new world of wrestling comment and that frankly it stunned me i realized there's change take place all the time but the changes that i saw in wrestling guy did not like i saw a almost open the use of steroid use and unfortunately the wave another other drugs this pank me because i don't want to see the game that i spend all these years in the love dearly to see it come down to this come down to that their audience piper too ernie ladd haystacks calhoun all the guys in the seventies and the eighties all right bruno san martino passing away at the age of eighty two no doubt the top story today no doubt mcmahon the top story today all right when we come back let's see what the president's update with regard to this north korean summit he's down in florida meeting with the japanese prime minister maralago trump says it is it is indeed now the southern white house some local news to can we not get that moslem dealt with and cranston is this the impossible thing the.
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"A retailer at cirta retailers dot com seven three at the beer is new station kcbs very unsettled weather continuing around the bay area tonight mostly cloudy scattered showers downpours moving through as well it's going to be cloudy tomorrow with afternoon showers heavy at times and a chance of thunderstorms looks like we'll clear out by saturday afternoon good evening i'm larry sharon here's what's happening a marine county deputy who died in the line of duty when he crashed his patrol car into a tree in west marin has been identified kcbs is margie shave reports from san rafael marin county sheriff's department is grieving a young deputy twenty four year old ryan's ercole died after crashing north of point reyes station while responding to a nine one one call the roads were wet at the time says marin county sheriff robert doyle been with us for about two and a half years and he he among a lot of other young people that were that have been hired for the future of this organisation deputies have black mourning bands over their badges this tough time subprime for all of us were grieving zerkalo graduate of san marin high school in sacramento state leaves behind a mother father two brothers and a fee on say with whom he recently purchased a home governor jerry brown has issued a statement saying he and his wife joined all californians and mourning the loss of deputies circle he extends deep condolences to family and friends blacks here at the sheriff's department fly at halfstaff as they now do at the state capital in san rafael margie schaefer kcbs a sacramento couple of suing pacific fertility centre over a storage malfunction that has affected them told number of frozen embryos cbs gentleman has details of the second class action lawsuit to be filed against the clinic this week attorneys for the sacramento couple named in this suit or asking for class action status because they've been speaking with dozens of other clients of pacific fertility centre and they are among hundreds who received word earlier this month that liquid nitrogen levels in the tanks where their embryos were stored had fallen too low atom wolf says his client's eight embryos were destroyed while other people can't know the status of theirs until they are ready to try conceiving they need to hold off for or want to hold off per year to for reasons that are financial or professional or otherwise personal and now what specific is saying is you're caught.
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"Kabc news is live and local at one o'clock i'm jeff widow of former marine promote destot has been arrested by the fbi for allegedly planning an isis inspired terrorist attack on san francisco's pierre thirty nine on christmas day the bureau says everett aaron jameson told an undercover agent he was inspired by the terror attacks in new york city on halloween and in san bernardino in 2015 jameson was a marine corps sharp shooter and had a cache of weapons at his home when it was raided by fbi agents the united nations security council is unanimously approved tough new sanctions on north korea for launching a ballistic missile recently that pyongyang's says is capable of hitting anywhere in the continental us un ambassador nikki haley says north korea's demonstrated on pressing ended defiance even in the face of previous sanctions after north korea's september nuclear test this council capped refined petroleum exports into north korea today's resolution achieves an eighty nine percent total reduction of the cameras james ability to import gasoline diesel and other refined products the la county sheriff's department says four suspects that have been arrested and three others are being sought for a shooting at gem city grill of monrovia december second which killed of michael low of monrovia left two other men wounded sheriff's officials will release photos of the outstanding suspects at a news conference in about an hour from now lapd wants the public's help in finding by big rig driver who ran over and killed a woman and boyle heights around 10 last night sixty nine year old cynthia zoo soukala of valley was fatally struck by the eighteen wheeler and the thirty seven hundred block of union pacific avenue this morning the victim's daughter a lean kemper pleaded for the trucker to turn himself in and say here howard pay no way african to come clean please to give our family some peace police say zerkalo lived in a nearby motor home with her daughter and was looking for a loss cat which she run over by the semi which kept on going and flowers will be placed on sports caster dick emberg star the hollywood walk of fame and about a.
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"And this is why would we read about sally quinn in her heck's is we read about the clintons in their dod worry about over weary about nancy reagan what you do with round reagan ritual ism astrology we wonder okay so washington d c is all once again as i've said the politics are are are basically theater for ugly people in theater for people who practise a form of witchcraft or at least not necessarily witchcraft that we all know that the earth religions in the in the wik in the pagan what we're seeing of her seeing people who actually as you say get involved with something like the dark arts and you're looking at these lease a ritual was the get togethers with the spirit cakes for the spirit cookies baid from blood in seamen and breast milk and you're thinking and yet noone investigates john podesta after he says you after he's a part of this and no one sees it as evil would in reality its ritualistically dark i don't get it yeah one of the things that i noticed that was very telling about marina and brahma vic the accolta stand dealing with the best as there was a lot of talk you did it on your show i didn't or my show the secret teachings and i'm talking about these subjects for years all of the sudden at pizza gates subject came up in it really obscured this other information that came out an emails and of course you said we talked about uh some of those people that work with the clintons who talked about what they would do joining the cub cupboard and things of this nature human but london nn arena embryonic there's two things that i noticed one in some of the videos where she's actually painting needs tiny little effigies they kind of like the golam it's almost as if we're bringing and invoking some form of life and when you look at the substance that use she went back to alastair crowley and alastair crawley had a ceremony called cake of light now zerkalo use the cake of light sacrament or ceremony he used blood and honey and a few others things she changed that up she uses blood which is the life force seamen which is the seat of life in breast milk which is a nurturing substance you take blood seamen and.
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"And of course you said we talked about uh some of those people that work with the clintons who talked about what they would do joining the cupboard and things of this nature and then for clinton an arena abramovic there's two things that i noticed one in some of the videos where she's actually painting needs tiny little effigies they kind of like the golam it's almost as if we're bringing and invoking some form of life and when you look at the substance that use she went back to allaster crowley and allaster kelly had a ceremony called take of light now zerkalo use the cake of light sacrament or ceremony he used blood and honey and a few other things she changed that up she uses blood which is the life force seamen which is the seat of life in breast milk which is a nurturing substance you take blood seamen and breast milk mix them together in she paints this at the jeep i found this very interesting and i think it's very very unique and terms of what's not really been talked about clyde she says that these artistic expressions are done in public but when they're done in private they're not just art they are legitimate and ritual practices now and i would suggest of invocation and i'll tell you why very briefly here there's a sixteen thcentury elk chemical text there's dozen of the that this is the one i used in my book the technological elixir it's by a physician name par celsius he was an alchemist i'll tell you why why don't we take a break your word run a time were talking about herself as an course for you think of ourselves as you think of the who monkey listen several other things which i think is an amazing ryan gave was done on ground zero where have him talk more about how the times the realities are are in in essence being manufactured by these sorcerer's schaumann and and people were practicing the dark ours is really amazing how this is all infiltrated the church and it's infiltrated politics as well tripoli six seven three three seven hundred we'll be back for medical alert.