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Biden plans to keep Christopher Wray as FBI director

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 5 hrs ago

Biden plans to keep Christopher Wray as FBI director

"Is staying in place. The Biden administration confirms Christopher Wray will stay there as FBI director Ray took over FBI in 2017. After then President Trump fired James Comey. But race relationship with Mr Trump had its problems, too. The bureau is also facing new scrutiny over its response to the capital riot of ahead on W T

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FBI now offering $75G reward for information leading investigators to DC pipe bomb suspect

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 6 hrs ago

FBI now offering $75G reward for information leading investigators to DC pipe bomb suspect

"Continues making arrests from the January 6 Capital riot, there have been no arrests connected to the pipe bombs that were found on that day. And now the 80 F and the FBI are bumping the reward money up to $75,000 for information on the case. One pipe bomb was found outside the Republican Party headquarters in the ever other outside the Democratic Party headquarters.

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Biden plans to keep Christopher Wray as FBI director

Glenn Beck

00:28 sec | 7 hrs ago

Biden plans to keep Christopher Wray as FBI director

"At the FBI released a Brady Fox News president Biden deciding to leave the director in place Fox is Rachel Sutherland has more live. Lisa Fox News confirms Christopher Wray will stay on his head of the FBI in the new administration. This is the Easy Castle. Why dragnet for people involved in the capital riot. A week after the attack Ray Ward, We know who you are. If you're out there on FBI agents were coming to find you. Ray has around seven years left of a 10 year term. We mall

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Proud Boys organizer arrested for alleged role in Capitol attack

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:23 sec | 10 hrs ago

Proud Boys organizer arrested for alleged role in Capitol attack

"A self proclaimed organizer for the far right Proud Boys Group is charged with helping to incite the deadly riot at the Capitol this month. Joseph Biggs was arrested yesterday in Florida. He along with proud Boys leader and wreak a tar EOE allegedly started in December to incur Which members to show up and try to blend in with the crowd in D. C. The FBI says he was photographed multiple times on the day of the riot.

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Proud Boys organizer arrested for alleged role in Capitol attack

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:21 sec | 12 hrs ago

Proud Boys organizer arrested for alleged role in Capitol attack

"Helping to incite the deadly right at the U. S. Capitol. Joseph Biggs was arrested yesterday in Florida. He along with proud boys leader Enrique Terrio, it allegedly started in December to encourage members to show up and try to blend in with the crowd in Washington, D. C. The FBI said he was photographed multiple times on the day of the riot. Some are unhappy with Douglas County's decision to push back and

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Proud Boys organizer arrested in Florida over riot at Capitol in Washington, DC

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 14 hrs ago

Proud Boys organizer arrested in Florida over riot at Capitol in Washington, DC

"Proud boys organizer is under arrest after the riot, the U. S Capitol building, a self described organizer for the far right extremist group, Proud Boys has been arrested in central Florida for taking part in the violent incursion at the U. S Capitol this month. 37 year old Joseph Big's faces several federal charges, including obstructing an official proceeding before Congress, the affidavit says. Biggs told FBI agents he had no knowledge about planning for the riot. But on the social Media app parlor he had told followers to dress in black to resemble the far left Antifa movement also arrested in Florida 37 year old Jesus Rivera, according to an arrest after David Rivera uploaded a video to Facebook, showing himself in the U. S. Capitol crypt during the

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Last-minute pardons by Trump include Florida health care executives

Buck Sexton

00:34 sec | 20 hrs ago

Last-minute pardons by Trump include Florida health care executives

"Those who do. Among those receiving last minute pardons from President Trump are five men convicted of defrauding Florida's Medicaid program. Trump pardoned former WellCare executives. Todd Farha fatty is Barry Day, Paul Barons, William Kale and Peter Clay. FBI agents raided the company's Tampa headquarters in 2007. Well care allegedly deceived the state about how much money the company spent on behavioral health services for Medicaid beneficiaries and did not refund money is required. The White House claims the prosecution was widely cited as a case study in over

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Proud Boys organizer arrested for alleged role in Capitol attack

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 22 hrs ago

Proud Boys organizer arrested for alleged role in Capitol attack

"Has been arrested for his role in the storming of the U. S. Capitol. A self described organizer for the far right extremist group. Proud Boys has been arrested in central Florida for taking part in the violent incursion at the U. S Capitol this month. 37 year old Joseph Big's faces several federal charges, including obstructing an official proceeding before Congress, the affidavit says. Biggs told FBI agents he had no knowledge about planning for the riot. But on the social Media app parlor he had told followers to dress in black to resemble the far left Antifa movement. Also

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Proud Boy organizer arrested in Florida for riot at Capitol

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Proud Boy organizer arrested in Florida for riot at Capitol

"Hi Mike Crossey of reporting a proud boys organizer has been arrested for his part in the riot at the US capitol a self described organizer for the far right extremist group proud boys has been arrested in central Florida taking part in the violent incursion at the U. S. capitol this month thirty seven year old Joseph Biggs faces several federal charges including obstructing an official proceeding before Congress the affidavit says Biggs told FBI agents he had no knowledge about planning for the ride but all the social media app parlor he had told followers dressed in black to resemble the far left antifa movement also arrested in Florida thirty seven year old his use Rivera according to an arrest affidavit Rivera uploaded a video to Facebook showing himself in the U. S. capitol crypt during the siege Mike Rossi out Washington

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Ex-HPD officer accused in Capitol riot turns himself in to FBI in Houston

Rush Limbaugh

00:26 sec | 1 d ago

Ex-HPD officer accused in Capitol riot turns himself in to FBI in Houston

"Tam Fam turned himself in to federal officers on charges of entering a restricted federal building and disorderly and disruptive conduct. 18 year. HPD veteran have lied in an interview with the FBI, but having gone into the U S Capitol building two weeks ago, But agents found videos and pictures in the deleted items folder of fans phone or taken inside the Capitol. FAM resigned from Houston's police force last week. Texas has

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U.S. Soldier Discussed Attack on New York's 9/11 Memorial, Prosecutors Say

Steve and Ted

01:23 min | 1 d ago

U.S. Soldier Discussed Attack on New York's 9/11 Memorial, Prosecutors Say

"The U. S Army soldier has been arrested in Georgia on terrorism charges after he spoke online about plots to blow up New York City's 9 11 memorial and other landmarks. And attack US soldiers in the Middle East. Authorities say cold James Bridges of Stow, Ohio is in custody on charges of attempted material support of terrorist organization, the Islamic State Group. And attempted murder of a military member. Nicholas, be us. Representative for Manhattan. Federal prosecutors, says the 20 year old soldier also known as cold, Gonzalez was with the third Infantry Division out of Fort Stewart, Georgia when he thought he was communicating thought he was communicating with the Islamic state online about the terrorism plots. Unbeknownst to Bridges and FBI employee was in on the chat. As bridges provided detailed instructions on tactics and manuals and advice about attacking the memorial and other targets in New York City. It's amazing to be Ted. Well, I don't know. Just so many people just think they're on their own. They're there on the Internet. They're doing these things and on social media, and nobody sees it, I guess. I'm just saying, Don't nobody knows what's going on. I think we saw some good examples of that in Washington, D c the other day. Here. I am doing some bad things, but I'm doing it on on social media well, Come back and

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Boston prepares for inauguration day

WBZ Morning News

01:18 min | 1 d ago

Boston prepares for inauguration day

"Brown. And here's what's happening. Democracy gets ready to turn another page problem with Claire that I will faithfully execute the office of the president of the United States and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States graduation. Inauguration day in the lockdown nation's capital is Joe Biden is hours away from becoming the 46th, president of the United States. Threats of more violence around the country as well. Put state Capitol buildings on high alert. WBC's James RoHaas is on Beacon Hill with a closer look at what's going on at the State house. Good morning, James. Good morning, so the statehouse has always been inviting. But that invite has been revoked. Entrance gates here have been blocked off by metal barricades, some having a double layer of fencing, which also lines the steps leading up to the front doors. Windows also protected with plexiglass Now. This has been the scene for the past week now following the warning from the FBI, that armed protest could take place. All 50 U. S capitol buildings, including here in the Commonwealth. Fortunately, at the moment, there are no known threats. But people are being reminded that if they do see something suspicious, say something At the

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US Army Soldier Accused Of Plotting To Blow Up 9/11 Memorial In New York City, Other Landmarks

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

US Army Soldier Accused Of Plotting To Blow Up 9/11 Memorial In New York City, Other Landmarks

"Man's under arrest for allegedly plotting to blow up the 9 11 memorial and other landmarks around the city. Prosecutors say he was also overhear talking about attacking U. S soldiers in the Middle East. The suspect is a U S soldier is Eric Cantor Ski Reports sold James Bridges is charged with attempting to provide material support to Isis and attempting to murder U. S Service members. The 20 year old Ohio native who's stationed at Fort Stewart in Georgia, allegedly thought he was talking to Isis when he plotted to attack the 9 11 Memorial in New York. And fellow troops stationed overseas. It was really an FBI undercover and bridges was taken into federal custody. According to court papers. Bridges was frustrated with the U. S military, which he joined a little over a year

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Governor Greg Abbott says he's offended by vetting of Texas National Guard in Washington, DC

Radio Yesteryear

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Governor Greg Abbott says he's offended by vetting of Texas National Guard in Washington, DC

"Texas governor Greg Abbott is lashing out at reports. Federal officials are vetting members. The National Guard posted an angry tweet after the Associated Press reported the Department of Defense was working with the FBI. Event members of the National Guard, including those from his state to screen for right wing extremists. Describing the betting is offensive. Abbott wrote that he will not order his state's National Guard deploy the Washington D. C again If the troops under his commander treated with this respect, he writes, quote no one should ever question the loyalty or professionalism of the Texas National Guard

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Justice Department closes investigation into Senator Burr

What A Day

01:05 min | 1 d ago

Justice Department closes investigation into Senator Burr

"Well they're warning to senators who intend to trade. On inside information. You will probably not face consequences. North carolina senator richard. Burr found out. Yesterday he won't be charged with insider trading by the department of justice for selling off stocks in february just weeks before the market crashed. Burr was the subject of a month long investigation into a sale of between six hundred thirty thousand and one point seven million dollars in stocks after he receives senators only briefings that made the severity of the cova threat. Clear for other senators were also implicated including kelly laughlin and david purdue but they were absolved wrongdoing by august of last year. That freed up the georgia senators to get back to their first priorities of wearing jeans to try and look normal and still losing runoff elections. Burs investigation went on longer involving grand jury subpoenas and even the fbi caesar of the cell phone. He stepped down from his position as chairman of the senate intelligence committee during that process though he had already announced his plan to retire when his term ends and twenty twenty two presumably his flawless portfolio. Yes keep looking at those beautiful stocks. Richard you earned it and those are the headlines

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FBI moves on alleged members of extremist groups Oath Keepers

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

FBI moves on alleged members of extremist groups Oath Keepers

"Three self described members of the Oath Keepers paramilitary group who are the first people charged with plotting the attack on the U. S. Capitol. The FBI says the Virginia man, former Marine Thomas Caldwell, is the apparent leader. He and a man or woman from Ohio, Donovan Kroll and Jessica Watkins are all charged with federal conspiracy counts. The FBI released a message that was sent to Caldwell during the attack. All members air in the tunnels under the Capitol sealed them in turn on gas. This is AP News

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3 militia members charged with plotting Capitol breach in Washington, DC

WGN Programming

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

3 militia members charged with plotting Capitol breach in Washington, DC

"Self proclaimed militia members of the first charged with conspiracy and the deadly breach of the U. S Capitol nearly two weeks ago. A piece to McGuire. Federal investigators say a Virginia man Thomas Caldwell, was he apparently leader of a plot to attack Congress and the Capitol building on the sixth of this month, the FBI details a communications between Kabul and former Marine Donovan Kroll and Jessica what gets both from Ohio, all of whom claimed to be members of the right wing militia group Oath keepers, prosecutors say one of their messages refers to members of Congress as traders. In another they identified. The location of lawmakers has being in the tunnels beneath the Capitol as thean insurrection was ongoing. That message goes on to say, seal them in turn on gas. Facing several federal

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James Comey and Truth in Government

The Book Review

05:41 min | 6 d ago

James Comey and Truth in Government

"Joe klein joins us now to talk about a new book. From james comey. It's called saving justice truth. Transparency and trust. Joe thanks for being here screwed to be with you. All right joe. You don't need any introduction but for those who are not familiar with. Joey is a former writer for the new yorker former columnist for time magazine author of many many books including perhaps most famously when that did not appear with his byline primary colors And a follow up novel running meat and this week he reviews for us at james. Comey's second book so the obvious question. I have to ask i is. How does this book differ from his previous book. Well it doesn't differ very much at all actually except for one thing. He rehearses all of the confrontations he had with donald trump in both books but in the second book he places that in the context of the need for truth and transparency in government. Which i think is a valuable thing. The book is the repetition of the first book but it's not an insignificant repetition because of the the context that he now placed it so the first book higher loyalty was kind of hybrid memoir both from his earlier days as a prosecutor in the department of justice and then for his brief period at the doj under trump but it was also kind of manifesto about justice. It feels like on the surface this new book saving justice is kind of exactly the same thing. Well yeah it is. It is the same thing and it's obviously something that cody feels very strongly about. But i think you know the important thing here is his view of justice and his view of the fbi remember he was the fbi director. Whom trump fired because he allowed the russian investigation continue which resulted after he was fired in the hiring. A bob muller as special investigator but komi has a very distinctive view of justice. And i and its ecclesiastical he sees the members of the justice department all the way down to assisted. Da's out in the country as being part of a sacred priesthood sworn to absolute honesty to complete probity to conducting the business in entirely facts based and nonpartisan manner and you can see how that might conflict with donald trump right. Does he talk about what's happened at the department of justice since his departure. He doesn't talk about that all that much except to say that it has been corrupted by trump trump spent the last four years trying to make it into a partisan weapon to go after his enemies in. Kobe is appalled by that. One of the things that you do in your review is draw the distinctions between trump's view of justice and company's point of view. Is that something that komi himself dozen. The boker was that you. He doesn't to a certain extent. But i teased it out a little bit from me. The most important thing that is kind of gone overlooked about trump if anything can be said to have been overlooked is his view of the world which came out in the second debate with joe biden where he said only low. Iq refugees showed up for their refugee hearings in other words. The smart ones absconded. Only stupid people abide by the laws. Smart people get around it. Only stupid people pay off their creditors. Smart people stiffen and that is donald trump's operating philosophy and unfortunately it seems to be the operating philosophy a lot of his followers and that stands in direct contravention of commes operating philosophy. Which is you gotta tell the truth. I don't think you could find two more temperamentally opposite. People trump and komi. But what's interesting at least in the little bit of this book that i read it seems is a slight shift in tone from the last book i mean in part it seems like he's he is trying to draw contrast he opens up the book with donald trump sort of leaning back in his chair and telling him that putin showed off to him apparently about russia having the best prostitutes in the world. And he's telling that james comey. Yeah that would not go over very well. Comas is a religious catholic and And as i said he's religious about the notion of justice and truth. I mean he tells a story about his early days as a us district attorney where he was working a drug case and he had a government informant named vinny and it turned out that they put vinnie in the witness protection program and vinnie took the opportunity to get married. The problem is that he was also married in his former life which meant he was now a bigamist which is a crime and komi says that it was his absolute responsibility. Even though the bigamy had nothing to do with the drug case in question to tell the other side the defendant's lawyers that vinnie was a bigamist. And that shows you the degree to which komi will go in the defense of the truth almost to the point of myopia. I

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"f._b._i" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"This makes encrypting files using game hack highly opportunistic and easy to execute search targets or not users by masquerading as cheating app game cirque malware appears as sydney any fortnight hacks dot yet see and what is run. The app begins encrypting files on the user's drive news before a u._s._b. Drives <hes> okay so it's attack. It's like it's a game hack so we get you to download it. <hes> and that's niki twenty so that's what's been happening. The nineties really yeah man. I used to play like old p._c. Games in the nineties and they they would give you viruses. If you tried to like hack him you know saying if you tried to fuck the code talking like m s dos days you'd go on the internet annette unlike prodigy some rain amass shagrue be like we'll type this into the program and then you start it up and it was like ha ha you just corrupted boom you gotta uninstalled reinstall as like user bags for doing things like then yeah i just i remember when i was a kid. I said like when you're asking like headway. Open my inventory under spilling hit ulta for then you see people just like craps log couch. You're gonna that's little kids back. Then dial is probably a lot of fantasy star dr align when i was in high school to <hes> i remember <hes> in f._b._i. Games a long time ago. You could like <hes> you you can abuse latency for all the reconnection to server <hes> yeah with f._b._i. Games and like if you wanna like kill everybody on the map you would use you quickly quickly. Unplug your ethernet cable and then go what rock walk around the map real quick. Click everybody in the head and then plug your eating came back in and then it'll kill everybody yep. I remember that that's halo to halo one little one little one. I never played halo. One online only only played it land parties yep. He's fresh eating also black sauce. It's not you you double o seven point. Five was birth on halo. Blacks also birth on halo two. I i have black sauce. I put it on my fish talking about waster sauce talking about us so he's also delicious. I like soya sauce with the lemon in it. Oh in the in the filipino culture we have something called column on what does that stand in for are lemons and limes a little citrus fruit similar to a lemon well. It looks like the size of a <hes> <music> smaller than a golf ball if i are you breathing in your might i am not day would ever come hang out n._a._t._o. Would you provide me with a pound of libya beat libya as olympia olympia <hes> lumpia lumpia yeah. I don't actually know if anybody sells it around here. <hes> we could check it out. We can just drive around consensual olympia way you mean to tell me you can make boost blocks but you can't make the pia. It's too much effort to make olympia whilst us meaning and you delegate it to your family somehow <hes> i see offload labor. I'm willing to pay mid dollar. You're not tough not bottom dollar. Wow what do you what a i can't find anywhere on. The planet ever probably does is probably because it's gold. It's like you know. Leprechauns have gold pinos have leukemia so you can't get it. They fucking itself. It's pretty good. I had a lot of friends when i grew up. It's pretty good but it's like soul food just terrible for you. Oh my god. It's a good though so bad it one day. It took me off guard. I went to my philippino friends households when i was younger when i was a child is the eating with your hands in the little water.

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"f._b._i" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Portion. I want to set this up. Komi doesn't classify portion of portions of his memos and has been telling the public the media member he's been silenced by benjamin unwitted right. Yes whoa well silence as he's talking to. Everybody in the known universe commies been telling everybody what about the memos show they were personal. They were or personal memos not confidential. It was my which by the way the he gets excoriated on in the report humiliated humiliated louis eight. Here's the report. Let me give you one sense. Let me sum up. What harwood says this idiots so stupid. He actually thought these things were personal. Although they were only done because of his job that's basically in a nutshell there. You go commes assertions because he wants to avoid criminal liability. He's smart is that these weren't confidential. They were confidential initial after i leaked him and they were personal memos so i had no obligation to turn them over to the f._b._i.'s official records. That's not what comas buddy said ohno from the report. There's a whistleblower so blower in here. There's a data tail. Listen to this. I want you to pay close attention as i read this about how commes little confidence in his small more group how they described the memo's komi asserts our personal from the report all of the f._b._i. Senior leaders interviewed by the i g stated that the memos komo were official government records. Oh oh houston. We got a problem for example mccabe by the way. Don't don't think these two are buddies anymore at all. One of these is gonna flip macabre. Komi remember. He's the deputy. Director comey is number. Two for example mccabe described this set of memos as a record of commes official official official engagement with the president that was created by komi in his role as f._b._i. Director yet doesn't sound like a personal memo to me sounds official. Sorry pretty official. Buddy mccabe told the g. further that after commes removal the f._b._i. Took steps to ensure that the memos were preserved and f._b._i. Systems as f._b._i. Records that can't be joe..

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"f._b._i" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"F._b._i. Use its powers and that's that's where it gets really disturbing. There was an incident where a white supremacist group called traditional workers party was having rally in sacramento california in two thousand thousand sixteen by any means necessary. A civil rights racial justice group organized a counter protester white supremacists stab the counter protesters so the f._b._i. Opens a domestic terrorism investigation not into the white supremacist but into by any means necessary and in those same same documents that were released about this by a freedom of information act. It shows first of all the f._b._i. I didn't know what group organized the rally. They thought the ku klux klan had not not the the traditional workers party but they actually consider investigating by any means necessary for violating violating the rights or conspiracy against rights which is a reconstruction era statute of the ku klux klan and the f._b._i.'s description of the ku klux klan is as a group that some people perceived to have members that are have a white supremacist agenda which is like shocking that is how the f._b._i. Is describing the ku klux klan ignoring the fact that it wasn't even the clan who had organized but the f._b._i. F._b._i. said this queue cooks plan. This is the rebate him quote consist of members of some perceived to be supportive of a white supremacist agenda so if the f._b._i. Gets gets more domestic terrorism powers. Who do we think they're going to use them against. I mean you already have donald trump and ted cruz talking about wanting to label. Oh anti-fascist organizers as terrorist. Yes the f._b._i. Has always been a political police but more than that it's it's a political police that always focuses on the left. We remember for example when the f._b._i. Used i it's informants or so-called informants in white supremacist groups back in the nineteen sixties and those informants. We're committing being violent racial crimes even as they were on the f._b._i. Payroll yet the f._b._i. Informant who testified before the church committee awaringha a white mask over his face because he didn't want his identity on tv..

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"f._b._i" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"F._b._i.'s resources but also the broader resources of the government have those sorts of rollbacks been meaningful in terms of capacity so i was in the f._b._i. For eleven years and i saw internally how the f._b._i. Was trying to manage smartly the prioritization of the domestic terrorism awesome threat with multiple manifestations include the far-right threat but also the international terrorism component and since nine eleven the scales tipped on that too much more towards the international terrorism signed over the past few years. It's had to rebalance and reshift. I still think there's a discrepancy there but i can say as an former f._b._i. Insider the f._b._i. Is doing yeoman's work to try to combat this threat but again it doesn't have enough resources on that pure domestic terrorism side so they would have to make an internal decision asian to shift more agents analysts investigators in the field to look fat and then potentially take risk on the international terrorism side so these are tough choices. I mean one of the things that spend the resources the authority the changes in the law around the patriot act or whatnot to make these jobs easier to make combating and terrorism easier after nine eleven was the political. Will i mean how do you do any of this with the deafening silence on capitol hill from half of the country's representatives and you need leadership. It's you have a president here who is not only not responding to this growing threat but indulging it using language that seems to align with the people engaging engaging in this at the same time. It strikes me. There's a responsibility for those on the hill to do what they can. They can pass a law that would take the existing federal law definition of terrorism and add criminal penalties to those would apply to act like this as well as to al-qaeda isis inspired acts. I have a question for mr rasmussen and and i'll speak plainly how on earth do we expect our feds to figure out who the next loser is. Who's the next loser kid who you just tonight is angry at something just tonight lost. His girlfriend learned he won't make a certain team at school. He's been slighted and it just happened in the privacy of his own room. He may be the next name. We're broadcasting here well well. Josh pointed earlier earlier to some of the difficulty that law enforcement hasn't identifying kind of actor before he takes action but actually hear the story is probably not a lot different from what we saw with isis inspired terrorists paris often in those cases what would turn out in the aftermath is that someone would emerge afterwards and say. I knew something was wrong. I knew that individual was off. That individual joel had withdrawn from normal interaction. I knew something was not right. I wish i had done something. I wish i had spoken to a family member. I wish i called the cops. I wish i had spoken to the pastor so it's not as if we are helpless in in this in this area but the hard power tools that we use overseas are not the tools that are going to help us here in the homeland. What's going to help us this year on the.

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"f._b._i" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"F._b._i.'s resources but also the broader resources of the government have those sorts of rollbacks been meaningful in terms of capacity so i was in the f._b._i. For eleven years and i saw internally how the f._b._i. Was trying to manage smartly the prioritization of the domestic terrorism awesome threat with multiple manifestations include the far-right threat but also the international terrorism component and since nine eleven the scales tipped on that too much more towards the international terrorism signed over the past few years. It's had to rebalance and reshift. I still think there's a discrepancy there but i can say as an former f._b._i. Insider the f._b._i. Is doing yeoman's work to try to combat this threat but again it doesn't have enough resources on that pure domestic terrorism side so they would have to make an internal decision asian to shift more agents analysts investigators in the field to look fat and then potentially take risk on the international terrorism side so these are tough choices. I mean one of the things that spend the resources the authority the changes in the law around the patriot act or whatnot to make these jobs easier to make combating and terrorism easier after nine eleven was the political. Will i mean how do you do any of this with the deafening silence on capitol hill from half of the country's representatives and you need leadership. It's you have a president here who is not only not responding to this growing threat but indulging it using language that seems to align with the people engaging engaging in this at the same time. It strikes me. There's a responsibility for those on the hill to do what they can. They can pass a law that would take the existing federal law definition of terrorism and add criminal penalties to those would apply to act like this as well as to al-qaeda isis inspired acts. I have a question for mr rasmussen and and i'll speak plainly how on earth do we expect our feds to figure out who the next loser is. Who's the next loser kid who you just tonight is angry at something just tonight lost. His girlfriend learned he won't make a certain team at school. He's been slighted and it just happened in the privacy of his own room. He may be the next name. We're broadcasting here well well. Josh pointed earlier earlier to some of the difficulty that law enforcement hasn't identifying kind of actor before he takes action but actually hear the story is probably not a lot different from what we saw with isis inspired terrorists paris often in those cases what would turn out in the aftermath is that someone would emerge afterwards and say. I knew something was wrong. I knew that individual was off. That individual joel had withdrawn from normal interaction. I knew something was not right. I wish i had done something. I wish i had spoken to a family member. I wish i called the cops. I wish i had spoken to the pastor so it's not as if we are helpless in in this in this area but the hard power tools that we use overseas are not the tools that are going to help us here in the homeland. What's going to help us this year on the.

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"f._b._i" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on The Editors

"I don't think it's a cure all don't think it ends the threat and i think it's a separate separate discussion. We need to have about ending. Mass shootings which is mass shooting is one a terror tactic but we also mass shooting problem apart from the white nationalist problem but i do think there is some low hanging fruit where the f._b._i. Applies additional resources combined with some of the same tactics used in the war against international terror and we can make some real headway yeah. I think just even getting a knock on the door in it f._b._i. Interview would be giant for a lot the people and at the onset of the f._b._i.'s campaign against clan the first thing they did they just interviewed this intensive regime of interviews with all the clan leaders in that itself they found headed huge a fact but david a mistake with just one other. Do you think we need a domestic terror. Law aw charlie mentioned we legally treat the international threat differently for some very good reasons but you have people some people now saying well. Maybe those reasons aren't good enough and we needed a domestic terror law. I'm not opposed to it. I don't think it's material. I don't think it will make a material impact. When way or the other i do <unk>. I i would say all things being equal. It would be a marginal additional benefit <hes> but there are the f._b._i. Has very ample. Investigative investigative gave tools outside of that so i don't i think it's one of those things that all other things being equal. It's of some additional benefit <hes>. I don't think it's indispensable suzanne. What do you make another aspect of this debate. Which is the argument over trump's rhetoric in what he responsibility. He bears <hes> for these atrocities. I think you know going from trump's used inflammatory language edge to he's inciting acts of mass murderer is completely absurd. I think it'd be good for president to lower rather than increase the temperature and obviously has no inclination to do that and i think a lot of things he said are blameworthy but they don't in any way in my mind cross the line line into <hes> people legitimately being the point fingers at him for being responsible in any sense for these tax but you you have that going in on you have the head of cory booker's campaign in new hampshire. Basically saying trump shouldn't have rallies should have a rally in new hampshire because rally rally will just create more violence of this nature. You have some people going even further and saying immigration restriction is <hes> it self is inherently hateful and is part of this toxic brew. <hes> <hes> that creates these white nationalist terrorists you had one character on twitter even blaming david fromm and ross doubted who are immigration restriction est for for these attacks. Would he make that line of argument. I i think it's really absurd and it's really frustrating to see this not only from kind of fringe people on the left but also from democratic presidential candidates got better rourke in cory booker trump caused the shooting or that trump is responsible for the shooting because of his rhetoric..

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"f._b._i" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"In this direction is simply a factor that we have a whole series of foreign terrorism statutes including the material support statue which is such a bread and butter workhorse whereas on the domestic side. It's not that the activity is legal. It's that the instead. It's called things other than terrorism and so when the bureau gets involved it doesn't create a check checkmark in the terrorism box. How much of this is just a perception thing about you know. That's really more about the nomenclature sure then about bureau focus. It's a great question. I think one that's difficult to answer quantitatively right. We don't know i think you know it's so difficult difficult from the outside. The bureau doesn't talk about and when they do it doesn't often get attention right. There's a lot of preventions in this area that happen every day that either. You don't get talked about or when they do get talked about. Don't get picked up nationally right. It's just it's a great. It's a broader question about the f._b._i. About how to explain where they're investing their resources proactively proactively back in ninety nine two thousand when we were talking about the strategy you know you can as a goalie you can stop ten thousand balls rate but one gets through again this was there's no indication on either of the things that happened last week and that they were on the radar of law enforcement in this god through but just got through a broader sense of like our inability to prevent right is going to create this public public outrage in public desire and and to do something which i agree with ray to feel the same way <hes> turn to your specific question. I think it's quantitatively difficult to say why folks aren't aware of the work that the bureau does on hate crimes and <hes> domestic terrorism. I think that's tough to you. Say to your earlier question. About what would i recommend. I think i like everybody feel passionately right there has to we have to do something to to stop the epidemic of mass shootings right. There's no doubt i think when you're in law enforcement what happens though their cyber there's counter-terrorism right. There's counter intel there's domestic terrorism and there's this question of balance you have limited resources and if you look at the size of the f._b._i.'s budget right relative to some budgets of things that we do in the world it is incredibly audibly small right so i guess i was there. A couple of thoughts recommendations one is to again do the job they always do which is explaining with already underway so we don't swing the pendulum or sort of make some the dramatic mistakes to make sure that to the extent they can that the sharing with the public the incredible work that the bureau's doing everyday around hate-crimes domestic terrorism both prevention and response then the second in question is because this happens today within god forbid whatever might happen next on the cyber side counterterrorism side the to the extent possible. There's transparent discussions about trade offs right so if there's going to be new resources that would be the best if the f._b._i. Could get new agent and intel analysts to work hate crimes and domestic terrorism. I think that's the number one solution. That's great and you can use some of the processes leadership pieces. I talked about to make sure they're integrated and they're working effectively more likely they'll be asked to be trade-offs right and so that is where things get very challenging and if those trade offs are not transparent than a year from now or two years from now right and people ask what's going on with that program or this program and the bureau says well. Those folks were diverted where kate crimes and domestic terrorism all good things right but this is a tough work of leading these organizations right. It's limited resources complex threat environment airman balancing. We talked about at the local level but also at the national level the desire of stakeholders and the population right to weigh in on what the priorities should be balanced that with what we we know around data about where the threat is right and try and create those trade offs to me. The one thing i think is incredibly important that organizations the f._b._i. Being one of them is transparent as as possible about those trade offs so folks understand if you're robbing peter to pay paul where that's coming from because again if the size of the pie doesn't change men like you got it come amount of another priority program.

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"f._b._i" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"<music> so i think the first piece is to understand the context for change. What is a normal date f._b._i. Headquarters quarter look like and then thinking about how you add in change right the first piece. I think that's important understand for context is the normal course of business at f._b._i. Headquarters is the paces just extraordinarily high just on the criminal side. You're talking about tens of thousands of cases that are open operational any every day and headquarters on the criminal side for example are just making sure the field offices have what they need responding to any legal process requests trying to do program management right so there's kind of a core business tempo. That's it's extremely high. I'm benjamin witness and this is the law fair podcast august thirteenth two thousand nineteen. Sasha o'connell is 'executive in residents in the school of public affairs at american university and the director of the terrorism and homeland security policy master's program there but more importantly for our purposes. She had a long career at the f._b._i. Where she served in a variety of strategic management positions she was basically the f._b._i.'s chief strategy officer. She joined me the other day in the jungle studio to talk about what takes to turn a ship like the f._b._i. What it takes on issues like i._t. And technology what it takes on issues of investigative focus focus like changing an organization to focus on terrorism and then noticing that you have to also focus on cybersecurity and we talked about how to make an organization like the f._b._i. Think about recruiting diversity. It's a wide ranging conversation with a super interesting person..

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"f._b._i" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Flint investigation <hes> and he actually used the term personal stake so that's that's great <hes> some evidence exists showing knowing the president some evidence exists showing the president knew about the existent existence and content of calls with kislyak but the evidence is inconclusive uh-huh mcfarland did not recall telling trump about the calls nor did flynn or bannon and since trump asked flynn about the conversations muller could not establish trump knew about them. <hes> it sucks yeah 'cause it's just people could just lie anyway and there'd be no way to fact check them. That's white collar crime for you but he's also going by people's behaviors and this is really a kind of a cool way to look at it. As much as i hate the outcome and i hate to like i i i wanted him to know and here's this is cool. The the evidence also so does not. I mean it's not cool. It's interesting. The evidence does not establish that flynn possessed information damaging to the president that would give trump personal incentive to a and the f._b._i.'s inquiry into the flynn's conduct well. I know right why bill clinton scandal went for this. It was like a more personal thing because they're claiming that there wasn't an incentive that was personal onto trump right but i don't know being caught for conspiracy pretty personnel you would think true but this is just one tiny aspect flynn stuff yeah the land and just that flynn possessed information damaging the evidence doesn't show that flynn possessed information damaging to the president yeah that could be discovered through investigations right like what was it that trump's like don't talk to the trump was definitely. Don't talk to the press. Don't don't say anything bad. We'll take care of you but there was no evidence not that it doesn't exist but there was no evidence that flynn had something on trump or flynn knew. What trump did you know or flint sausa- trump do something <hes> nothing like that <hes> that muller could find so but the evidence does establish that trump connected flynn to the broader f._b._i. Investigation into russia so basically what they're saying here is that they had a hard time proving intent on this particular obstructive act because the investigation into full in <hes> wouldn't necessarily harm trump right but the broader investigation instigation into the russia investigation flynn is connected to <hes> could <hes> and there is evidence that trump connected those things yes it could be the flint investigation could be a breadcrumb trail to larger revelations indeed at a broader f._b._i..

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"f._b._i" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"And try to call for a more humane gene wife on the border to have this community terrorized and targeted <hes> should should alert all americans that we have a responsibility to demand change to demand more humanitarian immigration policy and to demand policies that basic basic basic forms of of of gun reform to protect people's. Everybody has has a basic rights of safety home. Communities <hes> gotta fit in a break now what i want to really take both of your expertise monica and brian and ryan since i didn't get to come back to view your son gets into cornell. It settled thank you thanks to both of you are high spirits on tough topics and your work. I think is invaluable so we do appreciate it. When we come back. We have a terex warn about right wing extremism over a decade ago only to be attacked for speaking out now that what we do and pressure on none other than mitch mitch mcconnell plus some cracks in g._o._p. Resistance to gun safety measures to the f._b._i.'s announcing a domestic terror investigation to the gilroy california on your shoot it which hit the four l. paso and date shooter appeared to have an interest in varying competing violent ideologies allergies discovery of the target list as well as other information. We have captured in this investigation the f._b._i. Has opened a full domestic terrorism investigation into this mass shooting the shooting also under investigation as terror domestic terron specifically white nationalist is on the rise we know that and there's our renewed debate over how to combat it and whether it should be basically a nine eleven style priority that's part of the call from people with gravitas on that very score the chairs of the widely-heralded highly heralded nine eleven commission the point here is not too abstractly say gosh every big deadly problem should be tackled like nine eleven. The point is security. Experts telling us that the facts show these domestic shootings are now on par with the current foreign terror threat now now that's a security fact that may not have sunk in yet in our society or in our politics but these experts appointed a statistics like this people killed in attacks linked to islamiya radicals and the far-right since two thousand and two are as you see here virtually the same basically one hundred four to one hundred and nine now there are legal challenges as well federal officials can disrupt foreign terrorist plots with different levels of intensity to preventative action and the right that they were basically fortified after nine eleven former f._b._i. Agent allies fons but twenty five years fighting jihadists. He says white supremacy aren't so different from a law enforcement perspective he was saying we can't find domestic terror groups efficiently into the law treats them the way we treat four and wants but with domestic terrorism officials are more limited. Your times reports that of course the first first amendment.

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"f._b._i" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on Hostage

"He doesn't look like a man who's ever up late partying surprisingly he smooth and collected and simply not when the officials officials ask if he knows why they're here he's been betrayed by his own sons. After a short chat agents could Shopian Kong allow the thief to dress he chooses expensive of clothing from the penthouse closet and agrees to go into the F._B._i.'s offices for questioning the agent pulls out his handcuffs and tells the man to extend his arms as the cold metal manacles click click around Bernie medoff's wrists sixty four point eight billion dollars vanish forever much of it will never be returned because most of that money money in retirement hi Emma Accounts Charity Endowments Family Fortunes never existed in the first place it was to quote made off just one big lie welcome to con artists a podcast original. I'm alstead every week we peel back the layers of history's greatest deceptions and tell the stories of the hustlers swindlers and fraudsters. Orchestrated them. I'll dive into their psychology breakdown that tricks and explain why anyone might full for con connaught is seeks to explore cons from all angles the perpetrator the victim the world they lived in and and the thing that forced them to Fool O._B.. Fooled in our first episode we'll cover the.

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"f._b._i" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"I don't think uranium on its own is I mean correct me if I'm wrong his like ultra ultra dangerous if you hang around with it for awhile maybe but they have to enrich it to even get it to the point where can be used in nuclear reactors and then in weapons on that right right like Democrats called the sanctions sanctions and hear about like an Iran nuclear deal all the machinery that it takes to weaponize and refined that your enemies like the same tear like if i Ritchie to the point where I can power a city they can make a bomb out of that like going here her like that's why we have the nuclear reactors that we have in this country ads because they can then take the waste and then weapon. Is that really yeah. That's that's why that's why we talked about. It usually is why we never used story reactors or something else is because we can use the radioactive waste from our nuclear reactors to make warheads. That's why I really don't use the how do we have so much spent uranium that we can make bullets out of it. I I think that's like a different. Is it yeah I don't know. I don't know anything about that. Anybody military here don't take technology spent uranium. Hello listening on people are gonNA people after this podcast during podcast GonNa look up ways to buy radioactive powder to get on the I hope that's a great way to get on one hundred and I shared it with Eric Eric F._B._i.'s coming for us. Is there anything Google that would automatically put you on a list like in reality. I mean how to kill. The president isn't the universe pre-start with you. Something I searched earlier that may put me on a list. Did you conversation we had you and I had with Eric how to make a pieces fit. No that's a different kind. Why are we talking about it right Kevin? I'm always happen by the way I want to. Eric says he's cracked it. I I wish I be around Eric while he's researching in cracking it. Do you message needed. I can just do it but we we've COMECON and there's so much happening. There's no time right now baby yeah. We're all hidden now. Southern California made there's COMECON and there's no time baby we come on earthquakes man where comic con that Gus and Eric both pitch to me that I saw it was a joke but it was not just the thing you're going to be with makeup. That was telling me that's really cool. That's something else that we're doing with. I think we've mentioned on a pocket or something with dark. Crystal me and Lindsey are getting transformed into characters from the movie. Maybe I don't know if I'm allowed to say who yet I think owner you can't you can always say what we said. In the bit that we okay so I I could name to another Gal flings <music> galaxies. What are the old dudes called the oldies like the good guys? That are the dark crystal before it's on Netflix a forty year old movie at this point. I hate spoil it for you but the thing that are like there's light and dark in the dark and then the ooh are the guys called little little goats a yoga but like nice and teddy bearish a little bit anyway. I have to say though even even though I can't name that character that species that's in dark crystal..

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"f._b._i" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"At a country music bar in thousand oaks california killing twelve people and sending hundreds fleeing and tara before apparently taking his own life paul court assistant director at the f._b._i. office in los angeles says they have no reports of any of the threat at this moment at this point we do not have any indicators of other associates or there are no other threats to angeles area tyler spady was in the bar when the shooting broke out told the hugh hewitt show on the salem radio network he was in close proximity to the shooter i was by the dance floor and i was going over to meet up back up with my friends and i started walking towards the bar where do you shooter was and as i was walking that way i started hearing a shock Of shiny, smooth, happy dog for life. The shedding.

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"f._b._i" Discussed on The Career Insider Podcast

The Career Insider Podcast

14:16 min | 2 years ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on The Career Insider Podcast

"Do. I need an order to get the job done and that's the responsibility of each case agent now. They don't necessarily do everything themselves because they need to work as a team. Maintain work is is very very important so when you come into the office each day you know you open up your case in. You're going to have lots of cases. You may have two or three. You know if you've got a violation that is really complex. Are you may have as many as twenty or twenty five cases that you decide what you need to work on that day and you know if you think what you need to do is go out and interview. Witnesses are subjects than you set that up if you need to go to the U._S.. Attorney's Arnie's office and talk to one of the prosecutors about elements of the case that might be needed than you'll do that or if you need to put together search warrants arrest warrants or if you just need to you know roll up your slave and start going through boxes of evidence that you may have that that's what a typical day is and no matter if you're working drugs. Terrorism are white collar crime. Those are the things that you need to do. You need to gather evidence and then you need to assess. That evidence and put it together and a way that's going to allow you to work with prosecutors in order to get to the next step which would be of course arresting somebody getting them to court and hopefully finding justice. I was just going back to the north side or when you're seeing about the requirements I can see why it is five percent because it sounds like someone digs a different type of person. Someone is entrepreneurial. Someone who was managerial experience who can hyodo advertise and but they're not everybody in the population out there can do that so that goes back through progressive requirements despite the education by the health and fitness. I can see that being the differentiating factor her yeah. I actually had a discussion with somebody who's thinking about applying for the F._B._i.. A few days ago and one of the things that I stressed to him was confidence. You have to be able to be a confident person not that you know everything but n your mind when you get into a situation and you don't know everything that you can say to yourself. Hey I can figure this out in uh this. Is You know it's it's a new situation. It's a new a new experience but I had the confidence in myself that I'm going to be able to figure this out and that's what we're looking for. We're just looking for people who can put themselves and to a new and different situation and figure it out that probably has to be the best definition of confidence heard because you know the traditional than you think of confidence you think about Barada you think about having no fear but even if you know something you believe in yourself that you'll figure it out that is confidence. I think that is just not the best definition I've heard in general about confidence. Yeah I agree. I think that gives people a clear understanding of what we're looking for. We certainly don't want that person coming Dan who thinks that he's got the answer to everything because one of the things you want as any type of law enforcement and to have a person that is fair and unbiased and will come into a situation and look for facts. You know you heard that old line just the facts Ma'am and that's what we're looking for so we don't want somebody who already has the answers exactly and that makes total sense. I also wanted to ask you the flip question. He told me Oh boy all the rigorous requirements and what is it acquired was someone you probably know more than others like yoga done. You did it for twenty six years. What would you say for someone joining? These should be fed off of the challenges that they will face because it's it's not like getting a job. This is like your career. You're going to be there for a long time. So what are some of the things they need to be. Aware of. I do think that the commitment level is way beyond any job or any career that most people would have you know so you truly have to look at the F._B._I.. As a mission a calling you know something that is heart of you so the F._B._i.. Is Not something I think the great line and I know some people have thoughts about director Komi former director Komi but he had a great line and he said the F. B.. I. Is not something that you do due at something that you are and I loved that and so I use that often it really may here I am. I actually retired from the F._B._I.. It will be ten years in November and I'm still very connected it to the F._B._i.. Not only am I vice chair of our local chapter of the Society of former special agents of the F._B._i.. But as you mentioned I do a weekly podcast where I interview retired F. F._B._I.. Agents about their careers and some of the biggest cases in the F._B._i.. And I do that because I'm on a mission again to show the public what the F._B._I.. Does and who the F._B._I.. Really is news and so that's when I talk about commitment to the agency even ten years later I tell people I'm still an agent. I'm still a special agent with the F._B._i.. I'm just retired. That's actually great. It's not what he do. Who who you are? That's another golden nugget from this entity and I'm curious about your life post retirement. You said You'd retired ten years ago. First of all congratulations you had a long tenure there and you you still as you said you're still connected podcast published author and one of the reasons. You're doing the podcast another. Many reasons been radio by Ross. You wanted the public to understand about the misconceptions and you I've. I've noticed your hot one hundred plus interviews going way. Do you think that podcast I mean one is a vad has but why do you think it is important for the public to know when I first started out with the podcast. I'll be honest. I started the podcast podcast because I was trying to find a way to find potential reader so I write crime fiction and all of my books are inspired by actual F._B._i.. Cases and so I thought well how can I reach people reach an audience that would be interested in reading crime fiction about the F._B._i.. And then I thought about I I was listening to podcasts and so I thought okay I'll do a podcast and I know lots of agents in Philadelphia and I have the ability to contact you know as as a lot of agents because I am a member of the Society of former special agents at the F._B._i.. And so I started the podcast for that reason but then later in that year is when the F._B._i.. Was Kinda thrust west end to the political climate and people were starting to question the F._b._i.'s integrity and their independence and so I really wanted to show the public what the F._B._I.. Did because it just seemed to be so much confusion and and thoughts about the F._B._i.. Being able to be swayed are being able to be you know politicized and when you listen to these I just posted my one hundred and thirtieth interview when you listen to those case reviews and you get a better understanding of what it takes to put a case together all the people that are involved all the boxes that had to be ticked and and all the requirements and all the guidelines that we have to follow and I think people we'll be able to get a real good understanding that they shouldn't believe everything that they're hearing all of this negative stuff because that's not what the F._B._I.. Does and that's not who the F._B._I.. Is and I make it sure that on my show it's nonpartisan. I never get political in now. Even the statements that I'm making now I'm just going to provide you with facts. I'm just going to show you what I like to say when when something big happens in the news and it's connected to the F._B._i.. And people asking about it I just say I'm GonNa let these one hundred and thirty interviews that I've done with retired agents. I'm GonNa let them speak for me that that's actually amazing thing and if that just goes back to your dedication to the and even after tiding still putting wise because think about it I mean it is very very important career to the valley to bring to the society in what they do and it's it's amazing how one or two use segments can change the perception of the public about the profession and I'm glad you're doing that and I could totally hear your conviction and passion from Your Voice and also listening to your podcast as well yeah. There are currently gently about thirty seven thousand F._A.. Employees out of that nearly fourteen thousand are special agents who are working now and what I wanNa make sure is that manufactured negatively about the F._B._i.. Doesn't hurt them doesn't stop them from being able to do their job and I think what people don't understand is when this false information gets out when an agent goes to somebody's door and is asking for cooperation or calls him on the phone and as asking for them to provide information F- those people feel that they can't trust the F._B._I.. Then they may not cooperate and if they don't cooperate we may not be able to get valuable information that we need that we need to get every day to keep Americans safe and so you know somebody's out there putting out negatively. I'm out there hopefully putting out positively activity about the F._B._I.. That is amazing. I did not number fourteen thousand off and just to put things into scope that at three hundred fifty million American <hes> like the population of the U._S. and thousand I was in agents and those fourteen thousand agents work in fifty six major filled offices throughout the country and many of those fifty six field offices have smaller satellite offices that you know may only have you know two or three or five agents in them but we were spread throughout the United States but what people don't know is that we also have agents who are signed around the world who operate out of a American embassies and Egypt are in France and you know boss cow but the country's all through the World F. B.. I. Agents are present. And they're not actually doing investigations. They're working with that country's law enforcement and security personnel an order to get the F._B._I.'s mission accomplished that the F._B._i.. Those fourteen thousand agents Sir sprinkled all around the world it try again to gather information to its to develop intelligent to keep Americans safe which brings me to be the next next question I had because in your your podcast you specialize interviewing. They're tied agents and you yourself other died as well so what I'm just curious I mean a word what do they typically do offer. You said the mandatory retirement ages fifty seven or do they typically do hat so as as we said that the mandatory fifty-seven most agents after they've had twenty years in will start to look to leave in their early fifties because you know there's age discrimination for men and women. I'm an F._B._i.. Agents as well so they're a little bit more marketable you know their their potential employers will they'll stick around a little bit longer if they hire them. In their early fifties instead of their late fifties and so many agents leave between the ages of fifty and fifty two and many of them become director of security for corporations are compliance people directors. Many of them are adjunct professors at colleges ledges teaching criminal justice and law there are many that worked for nonprofits and there are just so many jobs. I ended up being my last five years with the F._B._i.. which you can probably get wire I get some of my mission I should from I was actually the media coordinator and spokesperson for the Philadelphia Office and so I took those media skills of spokesperson skills and and I got myself another job working for the public transportation center system estimate in Philadelphia so there's so many ways that you can take you the experience that you've had in the F._B._i.? And transfer that to a job outside of the agency because again when you're in your early fifties or even fifty seven that's a little bit too young to to stay at home and play golf all day and after working.

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"f._b._i" Discussed on V103

V103

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on V103

"A baby I know letdown FU Marissa Post-partum You stole my money Everything Are you talking about Serena and? House she is helping women and mothers at attracting helping me too We all Traffic out what. It was She's working through it anyway it's time. To work through in. Court we're moving on now it's time to introduce. Miss, and get our headlines okay Miss Andrew put the. News, well President Trump has taken the highly unusual step of, revoking the security clearance a former CIA, director John Brennan since stepping down CIA. Director last year Brennan has tweeted just. Fifty one times, however many have been pointed attacks on the. President, again I keep CIA director under this. President he's gone and he's been. Tweeting the one he sent Tuesday, says for, instance it's astounding how often you fail to live up to minimum standards of decency. Unquote that's what he tweeted to the. President, anyway that's why White House press. Secretary Sarah Sanders, says Trump did what he did at this, point my, administration any benefits that senior officials might glean from consultations with Mr. Brennan are now outweighed by the risks posed by his erotic conduct and. Behavior now of she's reading a statement from the. President former top officials have lost a security clearances in the past when the violated, regulations but never for criticizing the. President and the president, says it was part of this. Review he's valuate actions with respect to some other form of government higher-ups including former f._b._i. director james call me former u._s. ambassador to the u._n. susan rice just fired f._b._i. agent peter struck and some others in everybody on that list has criticized him or been criticized by president trump the man who prosecutors say destroy donald trump star on the hollywood walk of fame last month pled not guilty in court yesterday twenty-four-year-old clay austin charges felony vandalism austin's accuser destroying the honorary star with a pick pickaxe july twenty fifth leaving a hole in semantic turned himself in he says i don't think i should be charged with a crime because what i did was about positive political change anyway back in two thousand sixteen another guy fifty-three-year-old james lambert otis also took a pick ax to trump's hollywood star he pled no contest to one count of felony vandalism the man who murdered john lennon up for parole again today this with the next week actually mark david chapman scheduled to go before the parole board and bilby chapman's tenth try for release aretha franklin said to be in serious condition still ill health although no one has Divulge exactly what the Queen, of soul is stricken with their words a couple of years ago she had pancreatic cancer. Jet, magazine report said in fact it is cancer that has never been confirmed the family still asking for prayers and ministers not just in Detroit,.

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"f._b._i" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We will continue to follow those developments out of London much more with Josh binswanger. Coming up at the top of the hour in, other news now today marks fifteen years. Since one of the most widespread power outages in history pretty crazy it was just after four ten pm eastern daylight time when power grids all across, the northeast fail shop everybody can, see you know wonder what's going on from Massachusetts west to Ohio. From New Jersey north to Ontario Canada more than fifty million people lost power it was just two years removed from nine eleven and President George W Bush addressed a question on many people's minds say for certain is, that this was not a terrorist Act the primary cause was a software issue at first Energy Corporation. In Akron Ohio that started a chain reaction of outages lasting two days Mark Remillard ABC news New York, despite the heavy rains, early indications are that tax free weekend was a success across, Massachusetts WBZ's Carl Stevens spoke with Bill Rennie vice president of the state's retailers association we've. Been, surveying members for some some early results and you know so far what we. Can what. We can compile Carl it, was a very successful weekend you know a lot of members appro reporting anywhere, from forty percent, increase over, over sales the same weekend last year to upwards of three to four hundred percent increase, the same weekend last year so very. Brisk you know successful shopping weekend choosing people, were prepared for. The weekend in terms of the amount of customers they. Saw the amount of inventory that they had on hand You know retailers certainly were prepared you know I will say I, think, there was there was a little bit of confusion going. Into it, just because, you know, the legislation wasn't signed. Until the day before because it was part of a larger piece of. A larger piece of economic development, legislation so this certainly was you know. Is it going to happen is it not going, to happen out, there but you know I think the department of revenue, and particularly did a good job. Getting some, early guidance out there for our members knowing that the governor was going to, approve the holiday but you still had some consumers out there who apparently we're walking into the stores and. Didn't know if, it was, on or off, so even though the consumers may not have been ready even though the governor. Just signed it the day before you think businesses were prepared well i remember rennie says the rain actually may have helped bring people into the stores instead of going to the beach or other summer activities the longtime f._b._i. agent removed from the russia investigation over anti-trump text messages has been fired by the agency the f._b._i. began reviewing the employment of peter struck after the messages were discovered last year sharks lawyer is blaming political pressure over the tax but the f._b._i. says struck was subject to the standard f._b._i. review and disciplinary.

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"f._b._i" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"f._b._i" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A wanted murderer has been killed and an f._b._i. agent has been hurt in south l._a. f._b._i. agent was struck by gunfire and he's been transported to a local hospital we do believe that these are nonlife threatening wounds l._a._p._d. detective megan aguilar says the man officers killed had a gun investigators have not said whether the man in his seventies has shot at the officers police say the man murdered a family member last week the l._a._p._d. says most of the homeless people who are arrested blow off their court dates a report shows ninety percent of homeless people fail to show up for their hearings what is a perplexing about this is that these are enforcement actions that are only taken after series of efforts to get voluntary compliance police chief michael moore says some neighborhoods have asked officers to get tougher the conduct on the street is become to a point where it's very disruptive and counterproductive in a sense of Safety is lacking he, says the arrests and citations are not dealing. With the root causes of homelessness in downtown LA Andrew mollenbeck KFI, news LA county board of supervisors, has approved a trial run at a program designed cleanup. RV's used by the homeless supervisor, Sheila Cules will says there's been sharp interest. In abandoned or dangerous RV's as well as the. Large issue, of people who are living in their vehicles and need to find a safe way to park them under the pilot the department of public. Works would, set up a program to collect hazardous and. Solid waste thirty, two thousand dollars is also being set aside to encourage people to voluntarily. Give up RV's, in poor shape state leaders are pumping the brakes on the Trump. Administration's plan to weaken car emission standards governor Brown insists the state won't slow down progress the idea that we're gonna roll back iota standards is. Absurd we're not, gonna do that that's why the California Air. Resources board unveiled a new proposal that would force automakers to comply with the state standards even if the feds is relaxed the rules last week the trump administration announced it would freeze emission standards at the twenty twenty level which means fuel economy for new cars would stay in about thirty seven miles per gallon but the state wants to slash greenhouse gas emissions and boost mileage two fifty four miles per gallon by twenty twenty-five the air board will vote on that proposal next month monica rix k._f._i. news traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center it's slow on the one on one in calabasas the southbound side is backing up away from us virgin as in stretches all the way to the one.

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