17 Burst results for "judge Webster"

"judge webster" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Back to the phones we go with Chris in Fort, Wayne, Indiana, Chris. Afternoon donuts. Talking earlier. You're like, wait doughnut. Chocolate chocolate, or what was it? They were glazed donuts crispy cream like those are, you know, day by day got. Listen to me here. Detective in this town and we've been so that's where the donuts come from. Yeah. What we didn't know you were a copy for you wanted the Doda. Yeah. Okay. All right. So you're a detective, man. What what are you specialize in? Well, the division in unit that I work in we specialize in shooting than robbery rates net type of crime. Okay. But recently. That went around that there were calling targeting the elderly on the phone telling them that they were the police in your identity themselves as they local police officer with the local agency. Even tell them that they needed to send them so much money in by via cashcard or Google card or a I tunes gift card. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. And. They were going to have someone come pick them up right then jail. So you know, that kinda got me interested just kind of sad day when you have people impersonating, you know, law enforcement and taking money from the elderly so called first victim. I remember the first victim that I called today, and he was a elderly man, he was a combat veteran, and he just came from his best friends. He ruled who he was in the war with. No, really. Yeah. He came home, you kitchen table. He told me you still wear is a blue net type thing and the phone rang and officer advised he was from our local police department use the local officers name told him we're gonna come pick you up if you don't pay this money. And when that gentleman told me start crying, you know, I couldn't couldn't really remember. Why we do what we do. Right. You know, what it's you have a really tough tough job. You do. It's it's I commend you for doing that. Because I I don't know if I could do it, Chris, I don't know if I could cause I think I would get to emotional, you know, in all these different situations. Well, I mean, you you build a shell. Of course. Then new things a little rooms in your head. Of course. But when this when this happened. That's when you said, you know, I've got a you got interested in like these type of robo calls scam calls and things like that. Exactly. To him. It was done on a cell phone. And it was through one of the major providers that I won't disclose. But anyway, we create that we too. Did traits to prison in the southern United States. Oh nice. Yeah. So I mean, so they're in our prison where we have criminals, they have access to phones and spoofing. So that this way they can read more people off. It's just crazy. I, you know. But once we even myself. Things that we just can't believe we're like really you have people inmates holding clinics inside of a prison on how to scam the elderly in call them on their contraband cell phone. Nice. Yeah. Yeah. And it's sad. But. Of stepped up and technology and then here. Kind of a cycle. Bill hit our area the state for maybe two three weeks and then come back in eight months, then do it again. Age time, they got a little bit different technology. Currently, they're using, you know, avoid blind voice over lying or they're actually spoofing. Our actual sheriff's department line though, when when it comes up on your on your phone. It says, you know. County sheriff's department. And it does people will fall for that though. Look legit now the problem. Okay. It's good news for criminals, but it's bad news for his people is that it's you can't figure out who's really behind it. I mean. Yeah. Oh, many of them. Let me back up a second. Is that last week on the show is spoke with a woman by the name of Linda Webster. Okay. Very smart astute. Washington DC woman who's married to judge Webster. Okay. You may not remember William Webster's name. But he is the former head of the F B I in the CIA. Okay. He has a big job a big job. Anyway, he got robocalled and the robocaller threatened to kill him. Wow. Told and the robo caller told the judge the former head of the FBI CIA what kind of house he lived in Washington DC. This former judge. I mean, this this judge former head the FBI he actually got a phone call from his grandson that said. Potus. Bobby any five hundred dollars. He went down to Western Union was about to ready set scammer five hundred bucks. Hear it every day. All these. Yes. And so so he's I mean, this is a guy who smart, right, but he's older and he's gullible because when he was in his prime. None of this crap happened. And so he doesn't know to protect himself. The only thing we can do is tell more people about it. I'm so glad that you call Chris and to tell people about if they do get any calls they go to the letter. I the letter c the number three dot gov. The internet crime complaint center, the FBI actually gave the judge of phone that they recorded the phone call from and they were able to track this guy down in Jamaica. When the Jamaican guy was headed to New York City on a trip guests who was there to meet him at the Big Apple right there off the plane, the FBI he's now in jail. I thank you so much for your call. Come right back before you get another Uber. You have to listen to what I have to say here on.

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"judge webster" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Is you can upload any audio file and it has a player built in. So it'll recognize your audio file it will start playing it. And then internally it will hear it and start transcribing. And it will also what I think is great it will figure out different voices. Yes. There's multiple voices. It will do a stop and start a new paragraph. Every time the voice changes and the more it. Here's the voice the better. The results are see. I think initially this was put out there because I was trying to train watts it and learn English. Yes. To learn speech. And so it used to be really popular. I'm surprised that you're still using it. I think it's great. I think the accuracy is really good. And I have long files that I turned into internet blog posts. And so I just have it play in the background. Then all done I edited for ten. Next on the on the web. I just showed a friend of mine the other day how to record just things that were happening by using the app voice recorder, which is free. So if you have something like that, if you don't have a file that you can transfer in there, you can just run your line in and in real time. It can record a line in audio or audio from other places on the internet. So let's say you wanted to get a triumph transcribe YouTube video just hit play on the YouTube video it'll pick it up and start transcribing it. So what do you think dean? Great. And it's free loves the price. You love the price. Dean, I do have salute. Okay. So it has a funky web address really long. Just Google search IBM Watson speech to text. And it'll take you to the homepage and click on the demo. We could probably do better. I mean, well, we can do we have that show picks? But Andrew can you make a note and asked the folks up stairs to put a link to it? Over at commanded dot com. Because here's what's going to happen. Indian? Thank you so much for your call. Here's what happens so often, we talk about websites or actual sheriff's department line. So when when it comes up on your on your phone it says, you know, you know, Tony sheriff's department and. And it does people will vote for that though. Look legit now the problem. Okay. It's good news for criminals, but it's bad news for on his people is that it's you can't figure out who's really behind it. I mean. Yeah. Many of them. I mean, let me let me let me back up a second. Is that last week on the show is spoke with a woman by the name of Linda Webster. Okay. Very smart astute. Washington DC woman who's married to judge Webster. Okay. We may not remember William Webster's name. But he is the former head of the F B in the CIA. Okay. He has a big job. He had a big job. Anyway, he got robo called and the robo caller threatened to kill him. And told the robo caller told the judge the former head of the FBI CIA what kind of house he lived in Washington DC. This former judge you. I mean, this this judge former head the FBI say he actually got a phone call from his grandson that said hi crap hottest Bobby any five hundred dollars. He went down to Western Union was about to ready set a scam or five hundred bucks. I know we heard every day. Okay. All these. Yes. And so, but he's I mean, this is a guy who smart, right, but he's older and he's gullible because when he was in his prime, none of this crap happened. And so he doesn't know to protect himself. The only thing we can do is tell more people about it. I'm so glad that you called Chris and to tell people about if they do get any calls..

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"judge webster" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on KGO 810

"She's married to former FBI director, William Webster, judge Webster. And we actually did a podcast with both both Mr. Mr. Webster this past week. We're talked more about what happened and like, for example, the judge actually got a phone call from what he thought was his grandson. And they describe it as like somebody's saying, hi grandpa. This is Bob he and I need five hundred dollars. And you know, the judge actually went down to Western Union to it almost gave who knows five hundred dollars. So anyway, we talk more about what's happening in life. How the FBI got involved how the C I brought down this guy. And also what you can do with robocalls and scams and make sure that you don't fall prey to them. And this is one of those podcasts that you wanna share with family members and friends who may not be in tune with everything digital. And of course, we do to original podcast every week. And the other one's about the worst companies for data privacy is that Facebook Instagram Pinterest of my guest. List goes on and on. You can get our podcasts free for the taking over at apple in the podcast place or in the podcast app. Rather? They're also changing the way that the podcasts are being distributor read about that. Can now get them on the web to by the way, Google play Spotify Pandora where we get your podcast just search for commando with a K. Of course, that's KOMO a NGO. And again, you want to subscribe to our podcast because when you subscribe, you get them delivered automatically even when you're sleeping sue in Bellingham, Washington. Or is it sub? I sub-. Oh, well, coming to you for taking my call. You bet you what's going on? Well. Issue. And the problem is I don't think I've ever heard this before, but I have an old printer that I would like to recycle dispose of dispose. But I'm worried about the confidential information that I've copied or scanned the printer. You know, this time of year like tax forms sports, driver's licenses. Well, actually, you're pretty you're pretty smart thinking about this a lot of people don't they don't sit there, and they go gosh when I printed all that stuff. Think of everything that was on that form, right? Yeah. Because I I remember that when you used to scan or copy documents that have to be there was like a memory buffer or something like that. But not so much what the modern printers well printers with printers printers, do have a bit of memory, and I'm really glad to call in because if your printer restoring data, here's like one clue is that if you've never reprint documents that use printed Skander copy days or weeks, maybe you could recover jobs that were in the print queue most printers have a little bit of memory. Okay. So what you wanna do before you dispose of a printer? Whether you donate it give it to the church wherever you made, you know, wherever you want to get rid of it. Obviously just don't throw it away. Is that you want to make sure that you do certain things like, for example, if your printer can do any of the above what she wanted to turn it off. And then you turn it back on if you're not sure then just see if those jobs are available. But the bottom line is that before you get rid of a printer which you wanna do turn it on unplugged the power core. From the back of the printer unplugged the power cord from the wall, then you wait at least fifteen seconds, but the power cord back in the wall, then back in the printer, and then you want to turn it on with the power button. And then you want to do what's called a factory reset. Okay. Now, the directions for factory reset varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. And sometimes by printer model by printer model, so you might have to check online and the texts poured areas, of course, because nobody actually has a manual anymore. Right. So like, for example, on HP you can look around for a reset menu. It lets you do a partial reset, for example, a semi-final reset or an entire full reset. You know, you can't do a semi-final reset. But I'm telling you if you're going through all this just go ahead and do a full reset. We have all the set by steps on how to reset your printer over at commando dot com. And we'll go ahead and put a link to that in that show picks of the week. But you know, the same the same know-how and the same Intel and sub thank you so much for your call today goes for getting rid of old computers old phones. I mean, the worst thing you can do is just get rid of this stuff. So if you have an old computer, make sure that you use the tools that we recommend like Heidi or racer on the hard drive. Because basically what it does going to rewrite all your sensitive personal information with ones and zeroes now before you get rid of a smartphone. You wanna do complete effector reset? Some people were doing the factory reset at least three times, I might be overkill. But if you've got a lot of your personal details on that make sure that you do because this way, you're going to cut off all ties to any type of online accounts any passwords that you may have saved as well. And if that's.

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"judge webster" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on American Scandal

"I think anybody who gets into the kind of work that I had been doing for the previous four years that is doing investigations doing criminal trials is intrigued when something this big this major. Comes along. I think there is a strong temptation to see what you can do to be a part of that it may be a part of history. And so that really was what what drove me to express interest in it and ultimately interview for it and to take the job. So now, you're early January nineteen eighty-seven you're in DC, and you've hit the ground running small team seven lawyers. Plus, judge Walsh, I think many people are interested in really what the tasks and roles of these investigative units. Are they seem to be band of brothers out on a mission? But what is the what is the day-to-day process of working on a special council investigation? What were your first tasks while the FBI had actually been working on the investigation for some time? They had a very good and strong team of agents that had been working on it for well over a month. And they had already briefed judge Walsh. And a couple of the senior. Aides that he had brought in to to service his deputies not with title. But in fact, and so one of the initial things we had to do was to get on top of the information that the F B I had collected and was still in the process of collecting and that included the collection of documents from the national Security Council staff, the beginnings of collecting documents from other agencies that had knowledge in were involved in dealings, both with Iran, and with the contras in Nicaragua involved understanding who they had a who the agents had already interviewed who they thought needed to be interviewed next and so forth, and so one of the sensitive issues that's associated with this. When you start working with a group of agents in this case FBI agents who've been working on the matter for a while is you've got to be respectful of them. You've got to realize that they know more than you do at that point. And you also have to try to be as graceful as possible about. Out really taking over the investigation because the decisions are now going to be in the hands of the independent counsel. And the independent counsel's lawyers rather than the FBI. So I think one of the interpersonal challenges that you face is sort of dealing with that in a considerate way, the FBI is now working with you. But in a sense for you. Whereas before you've arrived on the scene, they were really in charge. Were you able to navigate those challenges? Well, was there a strife that you either hit or voided? Well, I think we were lucky we had a very good and very professional group vision starting with the senior agent on the team and really throughout the the group of agents that had been assigned by judge Webster who is the director of the FBI at the time to work on the investigation. So I think we were extremely fortunate that we had a terrific river agents to work with and that a number of us, even among the original group of seven and even more. So. When additional lawyers were added to the staff we'd been prosecutors. We'd worked with agents, we knew what the dynamics or we knew the respect that we needed to show them because they deserved it..

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"judge webster" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

08:49 min | 2 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Special counsel on. News of that break after you're in the middle, of the news volcano there's only one thing to do which is to go seek black klansman back, to back, with crazy rich Asians and then come home and, watch the blues brothers which is what I can tell the fetchy MRs Hewitt is not will not, arrive here until Thursday but so Hunker down with the chase was and the blues brothers and, Cab Calloway What a fine movie is very, long by the way the blues brothers is like four hour long ago but it's just I was, inspired by Aretha Franklin's wall in it that we talked. About on Friday and that's a terrific seen must have played it. Twice but back inside, the beltway a long Sunday over. Meet the press, what's so fascinating yesterday let's start with the Rudy. Cover first of all the John Brennan conversation Chuck got out of him Chuck Todd host of meet the press engaged John Brennan along back. And forth and it came out that Brandon is backing off of the treason charge. Backing off of the conspiracy charge he said well, we've seen collusion he's referring. That Trump Tower meeting it's all talk there's nothing there he doesn't know, anything he's got nothing if he thought there was everyone's backing away from the guys become radioactive and the letter that were signed, by so many people including the estimable judge Webster and the American hero retired Admiral mcraven they ought to look at that letter a little bit closer. Before they signed, it they were in solidarity with one of their, brotherhood not getting the security clearances they need to live in the private sector there in solidarity with, that but they really should have looked more closely at. That letter which exonerated the former director from all allegations of wrongdoing. Law director not realizing, that Democrats like Mark udall and. Dianne Feinstein the, former one in and out want him to resign The latter was extremely, critical, because one of the many sends. Brennan during his tenure as say director non-operational sentences that he spied on the United States Senate and that's. Illegal and, he, apologized there was. Some question about whether or not. He knew knowingly. Falsely testified about. That but you don't. Want it to the scalp and that came up a little bit but it came up mostly in reference to what Rudy Rudy figured out right, away Rudy was listening very closely to the meet the press interview. That preceded his with Chuck Todd in which Brennan back way off of previous charges. Made and he went right for the throat Rudy, always does he let you. Gotta listen to these interviews on Sunday morning he just can't come in, take it I'm gonna I've got a prepared script you gotta listen very closely and well let's let's let's start with what Brennan, said so that we can set up pretty cut number eight John Brennan on meet the press with Chuck Todd I called his behavior treasonous. Which is to betray. Once trust and to eight Nabet. The enemy and I stand very much by that claim the former director accusing the sitting president United States it's, not, a private citizen a lot of people here the former, CIA director accusing the sitting president. United States of treason that's that's that's a monumental accusation well I think these are, abnormal times and I think a lot of people who have spoken out against what. Mr. Trump has done and maybe it's my my warning training as an intelligence professional. I have seen the lights blinking red in terms of what Mr. Trump has done and is doing and is bringing this country down on the global. Stage and he's fuelling and feeding visit. Nece within. Our country he continually lies the American people and the types of. Things that he's doing I think I. Need to. Speak out and so I've. Been speaking out rather forcefully because they, believe it's important to do so I don't believe I'm being political at all I'm not a Republican, I'm not a democrat and member many members of The the congress over the years. Who have security clearances have spoken out. Forcefully against whoever was in the Oval Office if they weren't from the same political. Party so now as a private citizen that telling. Me that I shouldn't. Do that sorry I just fundamentally. Disagree with them No telling them that they're just saying you're going to lose your security clearance because you're making great he charges of treason and he subsequently said all. We we know there's collusion we we don't have any evidence of conspiracy well in fact on Thursday Richard Burr the Republican Senator from North Carolina who. Is chairman of the Senate intelligence committee who has received widespread praise for conduct of that committee, investigation co-chaired by democrat of Virginia Mark Warner said they're not got any factual evidence to date as of today of any collusion or conspiracy. Any, collusion or conspiracy before that Senate committee so whatever the special. Counsel, is looking into it collusion, or conspiracy involving the president United States, I'm less someone told the Senate intelligence committee which is charged with changing the law to. Prevent the Russians from meddling with the election again anyway here's Rudy talking with. Chuck, later in the program cut number Over eleven even Brennan Let. Me ask you this. Mr. I? Wanna play aren't you and the president to blame for the delay. In the mother report take a listen about this is how you answered the question. About a Muller. Interview take. A listen you'll enjoy I promise I never be onto a three. Hours if they were written answers, and they might most probably would be under oath the. Main focus that we want I can tell. You simply is Russia they. Would probably limited to, collusion and? Obstruction doesn't need to ask a single question on obstruction if we, do that under oath we end up in a sort of Martha Stewart situation Mullah. Has all the, answers we've. Given them Can't you. Speed up Muller's report and can't you have more credibility about beating up report out if you get the president to sit down. With, them for. First of all get to work credibility out of it I think we, have plenty of credibility the last two letters. Became, they took about eleven or twelve days to respond to our letter sectors a response they set forth. Negotiating position about an interview we didn't reject, it we didn't stay out of hand and. We're not gonna do it and they put some pressure on us. To come back quickly well we did we came back and four days now a week and a half later and they have not. Responded to our letter now don't tell me that we're delaying if they're spending a week and a half getting back. To with I don't know why. They're doing their shirts heck not showing. Any desire to x Ray I can't get them to write a letter faster than they have. And then you want to start, counting up the time that around you believe this is. On them that you would. Have you guys Have not delayed the interviewing The negotiations yes each time. By three or four days so we could. Write a letter in response they have taken two to three weeks. To get back to us so what I have, to tell you is look I'm not going to be rushed into having him testify so that. He gets tracked into perjury and, when you tell me that you know he should testify because she's going to tell the. Truth, and he should worry well that's so silly because it, somebody's version of. The truth not the truth. He didn't have a conversation I feel like. I, know it. Isn't true true doesn't truth the president United States says I. Didn't truth, is the truth Mr Mayor you realize what I know Don't they don't they don't do. This to me don't try Donald, Trump says I didn't talk about Flint with call me call me says you talk about. It, so tell me wasn't sure this found again you're such, a genius John. Mcgann Don Mcgann doesn't know. If that's the situation okay have two pieces. Of, evidence Trump. Says I didn't tell them and the other guy says that. He did, say which is the truth You're you're your people. I know you're right I don't read minds on, that fire let me No no no let me finish. We have a credibility gap between the two of them you gotta select one or the other now who do you think mullah's going to select one of his. Best friends call? Me or the? President who he has been carrying on a completely wild crazy is. It, investigation is it. Possible he makes a. Conclusion based on who's been worked over. The years It's possible that he'll. Make the conclusion on Wichita to statements is more logical statements has more common sense yeah it's possible he can do that but no you can't bring into you. Can't bring into? Into question prior? Conduct you're not even allowed to trial all right where are you That last part was a bit weak on. Rudy's, part I thought it was a, harpoon questioned, by Chuck because if. It is competing versions credibility does matter at. Least.

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"judge webster" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Will suppress the voices of criticism. You're sadly mistaken, Hugh Hewitt, if Admiral mcraven is the president's opponent that's not good. Retired Admiral mcraven been on my show. I admire him immensely gave the best commencement speech in the history of commencement speeches, and everyone knows he's a hero Bill Webster's another man that I greatly admire. Judge Webster let off that letter. I still question the letter because it ignores a lot of the two thousand fourteen problems with John Brennan. You know, Mark udall called for his resignation for spying on democratic staffers. Dianne Feinstein does not hold John Brennan high regard. This is a controversial character in the letter went much further than ought to have gone. I would have held my bullets if I were mcraven I would have waited for a different hill than John Brennan security clearance on which to die. And as a result, I think especially when Brennan comes on this morning and he's a colleague of ours ready to NBC news. But when he walks back treason, you don't get to walk back treason. Now, I think that that is what makes Brennan probably a rough spokesperson for the Intel community. The one word and the reason is of course that he was the former director of the CIA and so one just naturally hold him to a somewhat higher standard. Now, thanks to a member of congress when they say it when a member of congress says it is it's solid clap. Tro I get that. I also get the distinction he's making between collusion and conspiracy and agree with him. Collusion is there in plain sight. We've seen that does it amount to conspiracy of legal term? And so we'll see that's for more to decide I, the mcraven letter may be think of how this is perceived. All of this is perceived by the intelligence community by a thirty year veteran of the CIA John John Brennan. Who knows everybody who's been there. We've been in the trenches with everybody. This is. This is a huge deal for the thousands of intelligence professionals around here. Well, there are intelligence officials who are in comfortable with how far Brennan has gone. I thought he said, you know three and really interesting things in your interview with him. I, he Belaid out kind of where you he might go in a legal argument. Basically, the president has the power to do this, but is he abusing that power? He used the word with character. Assassination used the word injunction, and he said, said he'd be willing to go to court. And then he, you know, says, when you asked him about what he would do it as CIA director, which was a great question. He didn't really have an answer in the sense that he said, why I'd have a private conversation with the president, and then you know, based on whatever he said, maybe I will go publicly in any talks about, you know, individuals who work in the government you needing to possibly resign if they reached that point of where they've crossed over from governing to enabling, but what is that distinction? And he didn't make any of that clear didn't. I think it was his way of saying, Gina hassle don't resign for over. And they've been silence. When we come back, many are already referring to twenty eighteen is the year of the woman and let me tell you it's a whole lot more than that Stevens..

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"judge webster" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Frank there is a divided opinion on there are a lot of people in. The FBI today and the overwhelming number of people in the community of former FBI employees who are very, distressed about this but there are others, who automatically defend the The FBI at every turn and they're they're they're all defenders of the FBI throughout the law enforcement community but what? Mistakes have been made this this methodology of this headquarters special which comes really? Out, of intelligence model because, the intelligence agency one particular for our country that's how they actually do things everything's very centralized and there's not a lot of input along the way by others that's what we have to we. Have to get back to the traditional investigations How do you make. That happen is it just making those changes at the top is it just you know saying from the top down this culture we're going back to the culture that we were in, before, it how do you extricate yourself or clearly delineate those divisions. Between what the CIA does and what we're doing in counterterrorism and I it just seems very muddy right now well it and it, always has to the general, public seem muddy to be quite. Frank about it the the bottom bottom line is the CIA and the NSA are. Forbidden by statute and by. Long tradition to operate in this country at all So when they have something that has to be done in this country it has to be referred to the FBI for them to do it What will happen going down the road hopefully this review by the associate deputy director of how these investigations are handled will bear fruit. I just hope. That director Ray and the others recognize this changing culture and the need, to change the culture back to the kind. Of culture it had, been let me give you an example of the kind of culture it was and. This may sound, corny to some people but when judge Webster judge William. West was director of the FBI he later became director of the CIA, you might recall judge Webster, repeatedly said to all, of those in, management and when he gave, speeches out in the field to, all the employees he had a theme song he reiterated and reiterated and, he said we must do the job the. American people expect of us but we must do it in the manner the, constitution demands of us and that's how everything was judged and regarded and When I was a new agent a long time, ago every new agent we we spent a lot of time in new agents training it wasn't all just shooting. On the range we spent a lot of time on constitutional law on the constitution especially on. The fourth and fifth amendment fourteenth amendment we had to learn the whole constitution now half the people in the class are ready knew a lot. Of this stuff. But they reiterated all to us and when we graduated they gave us, in those days a small pocket size copy. Of the US constitution, and and very emotionally some of the instructors told us to put it in a. Breast pocket no, stays almost all men and almost always watch suits put. It in a breast pocket and hold the constitution close to a heart, and a lot of us, not everybody but a, lot of us, actually did that and it, is a reminder it's symbolic and, I'm not saying that's going to solve today's problems but it's a symbolic. Step that should be taken unfortunately in the FBI And I've asked about this and others we've told it was, for budget reasons they no longer give a copy. Of the constitution to each graduate but. I, think that's something that symbolically should be reinstated, I don't disagree with you I, wanna ask you one more question. And I know we're, almost out of time and that is when you were working in the FBI how political and I don't. Mean politicized we're politics discussed it seems difficult to me to think that. In the world we live in now that is so, polarized that politics wouldn't be discussed or bandied about and I'm wondering if it just especially in the case of the, pages of of Lisa or the text of. Lisa page and Peter Struck..

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"judge webster" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"To you we have a lot to do today but they're really only three stories there's brad kavanagh theresa may and there's peter struck that's how you break down yesterday brad kavanagh theresa may peter struck the latter i got lots of tape and i'll play for you the the general meltdown he said off look it's very difficult to deal with agent struck because he wouldn't answer questions and i don't believe anyone's opinion changed except if any of a middle america was watching they're gravely disappointed in the fbi they should not be peter struck is not the fbi he is one rogue agent and that's what he was a rogue agent i have known the fbi it's kind of astonishing to me i began my career as a lawyer working as a special assistant to attorney general as the special assistant in charge of the foreign intelligence surveillance court warrant applications which would come over at that time directly from the fbi's counterintelligence office which peter struck handles now but if a young lawyer twenty seven twenty eight year old lawyer i only know the bureau there was no national security division so the bureau would bring it directly to me i'd review and give it to the aga g would sign off on it or not that was the chain of command i knew nothing but professionalism in the very highest judge webster's fbi this was an fbi that everyone thought wow guys the gals because in fact the head of the opposite counterintelligence was a woman at that time no one would ever think they were other than soviet hunters no one imagined that they would be involved in this kind of thing much less actually you would lose your clear through the affair with another agent or a lawyer mr struck dead but it was it was an ugly hearing just a terrible hearing after about seven hours of that i went and saw the whitney houston documentary and then stayed and saw skyscraper back to back just to kind of race the tapes just to get over the day because it was so disgusting actually to see this happen so that's that number to donald trump's having a grand old time in nato brought to china got everyone to wake up to the fact we're serious has the foreign policy establishment wringing their hands aspirin next week at the aspirin defense institute to defense for him to talk about how it makes sense to do this just open all the windows what the air in break all the china claire out the cobwebs return clarity to the table macho it's going to go in helsinki not very certain about that but he got mike pompeo with them and john bolton admit nato so i feel pretty good about that and then he goes to great britain and theresa may's government before he got there is on the edge i was reading the times of london this morning her government put out a white paper on its brexit proposals which is a mess the white papers mess and many religion critics called it doesn't even have to turn into a yellow paper media age it will be rejected i think our government's gonna fall probably by the end of next week and my prediction michael code will become the caretaker prime minister and they will have a they're not going to go to the public they're not gonna go and have a general election nobody wants a general election including the northern ireland party which supports the government but the the tories have to have to decide what to do and so the tories will end up having an internal party dispute over who is to lead the party but michael job is probably going to be the caretaker prime minister and then they'll have they'll get bracket done then they'll have a general election but i ain't gonna be to break that theresa may outline and president trump gave an interview last night that i wouldn't do it this way that's all the rage among the.

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"judge webster" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Of inside the beltway good friday to you we have a lot to do today but they're really only three story brad kavanagh theresa may and there's peter struck that's how you break down yesterday brad kavanagh theresa mary peter struck after the latter i got lots of tape and i'll play for you the general meltdown he said off look it's very difficult to deal with eight struck because he wouldn't answer questions and i don't believe anyone's opinion changed except if any of a middle america was watching they're gravely disappointed in the fbi they should not be peter struck is not the fbi he is one rogue agent and that's what he was a rogue agent i have known the fbi it's kind of astonishing to me i began my career as a lawyer working as a special to attorney general as the special in charge of the foreign intelligence surveillance court warrant applications which would come over at that time directly from the fbi counterintelligence office which peter struck handles now but as a young lawyer twenty seven twenty eight year old lawyer i only know the bureau there was no national security division to the bureau would bring it directly to me i review at give it to the aga g would sign off on it or not that was the chain of command i knew nothing but professionalism in the very highest th the judge webster's fbi this was an fbi that everyone thought wow we guys the gal because in fact the head of the office of counterintelligence was a woman at that time no one would ever think they were other than soviet hunters no one imagined that they would be involved in this kind of thank much less actually you would lose your clear three had an affair with another agent or a lawyer mr struck dead but it was a it was an ugly hearing just a terrible hearing after about seven hours that i went and saw the whitney houston documentary and then state and saw skyscraper back to back just to kind of erase the tapes just to get over the day because it was so disgusting actually to see this happen so that's that number to donald trump's having a grand old time in nato broke the china got everyone to wake up to the fact we're serious has the foreign policy establishment wringing their hands going out to aspirin next week of the aspirin defensive to defense forward to talk about how it makes sense to do this to open all the windows let the air in break all the china clear out the cobwebs return clarity to the table not sure it's going to go and helsinki not very certain about that but he got mike pompeo with them and john bolton admit nato i feel pretty good about that and then he goes to great britain and theresa may's government before he got there is on the edge i was reading the times of london this morning her government put out a white paper on its brexit proposals which is a mess the white papers and mess and many leading critics called it doesn't even have to turn into a yellow paper it will age it will be rejected i think our government's gonna fall probably by the end of next week and my prediction michael code will become the caretaker prime minister and they will have a they're not going to go to the public they're not going to go and have a general election nobody wants a general election including the northern ireland party which supports the government but the tories have to have to decide what to do and so the tories will end up having an internal party dispute over who is to lead the party but michael grove is probably going to i think be the caretaker prime minister and then they'll have they'll get brexit done then they'll have a general election but ain't gonna be to break that theresa may outline and president trump gave an interview last night that i wouldn't do it this way that's all the rage among the tabloids if not that big of a story they just asked him that very nice time last night at blenheim blend palace which is a public palace them it's up to the public's amazing it's where the duke of marlborough who run all of ann's victories way back in the day and who help deposed charles the second and bring over the the second eight to pose now he deposed the king after charles the second will come to me but he brought over william and mary and kept the crown protestant.

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"judge webster" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The beltway good friday we have a lot to do today but they're really only three stories there's brad kavanagh there's theresa may and there's peter struck that's how you break down yesterday brad kavanagh theresa may peter struck to the latter i got lots of tape and i'll play for you the general meltdown he set off look it's very difficult to deal with agent struck because he wouldn't answer questions i don't believe anyone's opinion changed except if any of a middle america was watching gravely disappointed in the fbi they should not be peter struck his not the pi he is one rogue agent and that's what he was a rogue agent i have known the fbi it's kind of astonishing to me i began my career as a lawyer working as a special assistant to attorney general as the special in charge of the foreign intelligence surveillance court warrant applications which would come over at that time directly from the fbi's counterintelligence office which peter struck handles now but as a young lawyer twenty seven twenty eight year old lawyer i only know the bureau there was no national security division so the bureau would bring it directly to me i'd review it give it to the aga g would sign off on it or not sign off that was the chain of command i knew nothing but professionalism in the very highest judge webster's fbi this was an fbi that everyone thought wow you guys the gals because in fact the head of the office of counterintelligence was a woman at that time no one would ever think they were other than soviet hunters no one imagined that they would be involved in this kind of thing much less actually you would lose your clearance we had an affair with another agent or a lawyer as mr struck dead but it was it was an ugly hearing just a terrible hearing after about seven hours of that i went and saw the whitney houston documentary and then stayed and saw skyscraper back to back just to kinda race the tapes just to get over the day because it was so disgusting actually to see this happen so that's that number two donald trumps having a grand old time in nato broke the china got everyone to wake up to the fact we're serious has the foreign policy establishment wringing their hands willing to aspirin next week to the aspirin defense institute to defense for him to talk about how it makes sense to do this is to open all the windows what the air in break all the china clara out the cobwebs return clarity to the table not sure how it's going to go in helsinki not very certain about that but he got mike pompeo with them and john bolton nato so i feel pretty good about that and then he goes to great britain and theresa may's government before he got there is on the edge i was reading the times of london this morning her government put out a white paper on its proposals which is a mess the white papers a mess and many critics called it doesn't even have to turn into a yellow paper meaning it will age it will be rejected i think our government's gonna fall probably by the end of next week and my prediction michael co will become the caretaker prime minister and they will have a they're not gonna go to the public they're not gonna go and have a general election nobody wants a general election including the northern ireland party which supports the government but the tories have to the tories have to decide what to do and so the tories will end up having an internal party dispute over who i lead the party but michael go is probably going to i think be the caretaker prime minister and then they'll have they'll get bracket done then they'll have a general election but it ain't going to break theresa may outline and president trump gave an interview last night that i wouldn't do it this way that's all the rage among the tabloids it's not that big of a story they just asked him bed very nice time last night at blenheim palace which is a palace to them it's up to the public's amazing it's where the.

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"judge webster" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"And range like i'm gonna get the subway and eat one directed and bear on this guy or six months ago is the acting director for the first time somebody at that level but sadly almost every year somebody is fired in the fbi for lack of cans tom baker is a former special agent at the federal bureau of investigation he'll many titles including legal attache assistant agent in charge of criminal investigations in the washington field office and worked for the director's office when judge webster was the director he's joining us right now to talk about what went wrong at the fbi his piece in the wall street journal tom baker thanks for joining us could be what you larry so walk into this as you have been watching the news unfold over the last there are other other people other entities involved present and past president the the current and the past the attorney general and a lot of people have a lot of pinions about those individuals but i'm trying to focus on just what's happened to the fbi so the most recent news took place with of firing just days before retirement walk into that story and then back up and explain what happens at the fbi and what happened to the fbi bouquet they're firing you're referring to is the firing of the deputy director andrew mccabe and what would happen with him.

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"judge webster" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Back then wave today busy the congressional hailed interview majority leader mcconnell later in the morning for saturday morning emmett than the show damage from noon prayer and figure out what's going on inside the united states senate pitching mrs hewitt is all a twitter because we're going to the ymca military ymca balkan i annual blacktie a pair and we're sitting with the commandant of the marine corps though that's like a catholic me with the pope for the marine breath that has brought you mrs hewitt coq getting a me that would become a god a miller general miller is really very were i'll see my old colleague from the department of justice judge webster and our friend the speed it will be a great night tonight celebrating gary sinise among others who reclaim the rose parade the grand marshal yesterday gurria's income for this dinner and so we have a grand time tonight but got to work for the gotta cover some bad news today the aftermath of the terrorist attack and then last by jeff says the world series beginning some evil sog walked into a walmart in thornton colorado and fired randomly into a cluster of people in left the store without saying a word he killed three people and then he left bear this picture he's still at large will bring up to speed on that but let's begin with a little good news camera and i'm sorry dodgers fans my friend russ was there roth i'm sorry i know how feel they really do not feel you are you off the seventh game not as badly as the indians lost their seventh game but there are world series in which the baseball god's there against you and the baseball gods were against the dodgers because as go in dur in the washington post road the day reeling from disaster houston gathers straying from astro championship run all right so the bear's paw god's your with the astros and you're never champ wesland anyway because the carlos correa the after shortstop he did this a few minutes after they won in the big on field celebration the world series go now closed carlos korea does this cut number three and right now that they got another big step in my life.

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"judge webster" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Heading up the congressional hailed interview majority leader mcconnell later in the morning poor saturday morning emmett than me show to make them known hair and figure out what's going on inside the united states senate ban fetchy mrs hewitt is all a twitter because we're going to the ymca military ymca balkan i annual black guy a pair and were sitting with the commandant of the marine corps though that's like a catholic sitting with the pope for the marine breath that his fetchy mrs hewitt code getting a meet girls that with the commandant there come a dollar general dollars really very were alfi my old colleague from the department of justice judge webster and our friend the speed there will be a great night tonight celebrating uh gary sinise among others who was named the rose parade grand marshal yesterday gary as income for this dinner and so we have a grand time tonight but got gotta work first and i've got to cover some bad news today the aftermath of the terrorist attack and then last by jeff says the world series is beginning some evil sog walk into a walmart in thornton colorado and fired randomly into a cluster of people in left the store without saying a word he killed three people and then he left they have is picture he still at large will bring up to speed on that but let's begin with a little good news camry and i'm sorry dodgers fans my friend russ was there roth i'm sorry i know how kill the really do not feel you off the seventh game not as badly the indians lost their seventh game but there are world series in which the baseball god's you're against you and the baseball gods were against the dodgers because as go and badoer in the washington post right today reeling from disaster houston gathers drank from astro championship run all right seven the baseball god's your with the astros and you're never champ wesland anyway because that carlos correa the after a short stop hey get this a few minutes after they wanted the big on field celebration the world series go now closed carlos korea does this cut number three and right now to take an eye big every my life.

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"judge webster" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Morning glory america the rebel wave today busy i'm heading a congressional hailed interviewer majority leader mcconnell later in the morning saturday morning jio where and figure out what's going on inside the united states senate ban but you mrs hewitt is all the twitter because we're going to the ymca military ymca balkan i in your black guy up there and we're sitting with the commandant of the marine corps weicker catholics living with the pope for the marine breath at his best you mrs hewitt to giving me girth it would become nellor general miller is really very were alfi my old colleague from the department of justice judge webster and our friend the it'll be a great night tonight celebrating gary summation among others who was named the rose parade the grand marshal yesterday berias income for this dinner and so we have a brand time tonight but got our work for them i've got to covers some bad news today the aftermath of the terrorist attack and then last night jeff says the world series was beginning some evil sog walked into a walmart in thornton colorado and fired randomly into a cluster of people in left the store without saying a word he killed three people and anywhere where this picture he's still at large will bring up to speed on that but let's begin with a little good news camry and i'm sorry dodgers fans my friend russ was there roth i'm sorry i know how i feel that really do not feel.

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"judge webster" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on WGTK

"Good wave today going to be a busy graham heading up the congressional hailed interview majority leader mcconnell later in the morning saturday morning emma findlay show american air figure out withdrawal and by the united states senate baron fetchy mrs hewitt is all the twitter because we're going to the ymca military ymca ball tonight in your black tie up there and we're sitting with the commandant of the marine corps f weicker catholic thing with the pope for the marine brad pitt but especially mrs hewitt code getting a girth it would become a god coming a noord carol miller is really very were alfi my old colleague from the department of justice judge webster and our friend the speed it will be a great night tonight celebrating gary sinise among others who have made the rose parade the grand marshal yesterday areas income for this dinner answer ever grandparent the night but gotta work for them i've got to cover some bad news today the aftermath of the terrorist attack and then last by the world series was beginning some evil sog walked into a walmart in thornton colorado and fired randomly into a cluster of people in left the store without saying a word he killed three people and then he left abbas picture he's still at large will bring up the speed on that but let's begin with a little good news camry and i'm sorry dodgers fans my friend russ was there roth i'm sorry i know i feel they really do not feel you off the seventh game not as badly as the indians lost their seventh game but there are world series in which the baseball god you're against you and the baseball gods were against the dodgers because as go imbed dur in the washington post right today reeling from disaster houston gathers strength from after championship run all right so the baseball god's were with the astros and you're never champ with anyway 'cause the carlos correa the after a short stop hey good this a few minutes after they wanted the big on field celebration the world through go now throws carlos correa does this cut number three and right now at the break every my life.

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"judge webster" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Back then wave today i'm having a congressional hailed interview majority leader mcconnell later in the morning four saturday morning in italy human hair figure out with growing inside the united states senate baron that you mrs hewitt is all a quitter because we're going to the ymca military why am cheered balkan our annual black tie up air and we're sitting with the commandant of the marine corps that's like a catholic sitting with the pope for the marine brett that especially mrs hewitt coat getting a meet girth it would become a got come a dollar general miller is really very where her alfi my old colleague from the department of justice judge webster and our friend this will be a great night tonight celebrating gary sinise among others who was named the rose parade the grand marshal yesterday areas in town for this dinner answer ever graham time tonight but got work first them i've got to cover some bad news today the aftermath of the terrorist attack in their last by jeff says the world series those beginning some evil sog walked into a walmart in fort colorado and fired randomly into a cluster of people in left the store without saying a word he killed three people and then he left the eva's picture he's still at large will bring up to speed on that but let's begin with a little good news camry and i'm sorry dodgers fans my friend russ was there roth i'm sorry i know how feel they're really do not feel you off the seventh game not as badly the indians lost their seventh game but there are world series in which the baseball god you're against you and the baseball gods were against the dodgers because as go in bed you're in the washington post right that i reeling from disaster houston gathers strength from after championship run or a took a baseball god's were with the astros and you're never champ was there anyway kotha carlos correa the after a short stop he'd get this a few minutes after they wanted the big on field so abrasion the world through going after carlos correa does this cut number three and right now at that they got another big step in my life.

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"judge webster" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"judge webster" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"At the novi home show to make your move hair and figure out what's going on inside the united states senate then that you mrs hewitt is all a twitter because we're going to the ymca military ymca balkan tonight annual blacktie up air and we're sitting with the commandant of the marine corps though that's like a catholic sitting with the pope for the marine breath that especially mrs hewitt code getting a me girth it would become a doctor come a dollar general dolars really very were alfi by old colleague from the department of justice judge webster and our premise breather there will be a great night tonight celebrating uh gary sinise among others who was named the rose parade grand marshal yesterday berias income for this dinner answer ever graham time tonight but gotta work first and i've got to cover some bad news today the aftermath of the terrorist attack in an last by jeff does the world series those be getting some evil sog walked into a walmart in thornton colorado and fired randomly into a cluster of people in left the store without saying a word he killed three people and then he left this picture he's still at large will bring up to speed on that uh but let's begin with a little good news camry and i'm sorry dodgers fans my friend russ was there roth i'm sorry i know how feel they really do not feel you off the seventh game not as badly the indians lost their seventh game but there are world series in which the baseball god's are against you and the baseball gods were against the dodgers because as go and badoer and the washington post road today reeling from disaster houston gathers strength from astros championship run or i took the baseball god's your with the astros and you're never champ was anyway because the carlos correa the after shortstop he give this a few minutes after they wanted the big on peeled celebration the world through going nafta's carlos correa does this cut number three and right now that they got another big step in my life not yet have you marry me wow.

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