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Latest podcast episodes about la county sheriff

Airtalk
Introducing Imperfect Paradise: The Sheriff, from LAist Studios

Airtalk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 33:54


Alex Villanueva, an underdog maverick, runs for LA County Sheriff as a progressive reformer in 2018 and wins, surprising everyone. After taking office, he turns into a vindictive leader who mocks reform, protects his friends and attacks his enemies. And now he's up for re-election. Follow KPCC correspondent Frank Stoltze as he pieces together this story in a 5-episode season of Imperfect Paradise launching October 5, 2022. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. This podcast was made possible with support from the Committee for Greater LA in partnership with the Weingart Foundation. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.

Bill Handel on Demand
Handel on the News [EARLY EDITION]

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 29:10


Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee accompany Bill Handel for the Early Edition of Handel on the News. The trio discuss news topics that include: Narcan will now be provided at all LAUSD schools following recent teen overdoses, county health officials have eased masking rules on public transit, and a judge has extended the pause on the LA County Sheriff's search of Sheila Kuehl and others.

Imperfect Paradise
Introducing Season 3: Imperfect Paradise - The Sheriff

Imperfect Paradise

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 3:26


Alex Villanueva, an underdog maverick, runs for LA County Sheriff as a progressive reformer in 2018 and wins, surprising everyone. But after taking office, he turns into a vindictive leader who mocks reform, protects his friends and attacks his enemies. And now he's up for re-election. Follow veteran KPCC correspondent Frank Stoltze as he pieces together this story in a 5-epsiode season of Imperfect Paradise launching October 5, 2022. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. This podcast was made possible with support from the Committee for Greater LA in partnership with the Weingart Foundation. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.Support LAist Today: https://LAist.com/donate

Straight Up Evil
Straight Up Missing: Deling Sun

Straight Up Evil

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 4:14


Deling Sun was 29 years old when she disappeared from San Gabriel, California on July 30, 2003. Her vehicle was located months after her disappearance at the Tom Bradly Terminal of the Los Angeles International Airport, and police found "significant forensic evidence" contained therein. Police are actively looking for two material witnesses in Deling's case: Jin Hong Ji: Chinese female, 5'1" tall, 100 lbs, born on June 26, 1966 and 37 years old at the time of Deling's disappearance Jiawei Gao: Chinese male, 5'5" tall, 150 lbs, born on April 20, 1965 and 38 years old at the time of Deling's disappearance If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Deling Sun or the whereabouts of Jin Hong Ji or Jiawei Gao, please contact the LA County Sheriff's Department at 323-890-5500. Links and Resources https://charleyproject.org/case/deling-sun If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, you are not alone. Please visit https://www.wannatalkaboutit.com/ to get free help today.

Press Play with Madeleine Brand
COVID brain fog: Can't drive, can't read, how to recover?

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 51:58


Brain fog is one of the most misunderstood long-haul COVID symptoms, according to science writer Ed Yong. It makes planning and concentrating nearly impossible. The ACLU is suing the LA County Sheriff's Department over what it calls “barbaric” and “medieval” conditions at the county jail system's Inmate Reception Center. The new CNN documentary series, “The Murdochs: Empire of Influence,” is a result of a long New York Times investigation into media mogul Rupert Murdoch's rise to power. Singer Halle Bailey plays Ariel in the 2023 live-action remake of “The Little Mermaid.” She's the latest Black actress to endure a flurry of racism over her casting.

The LA Report
Superior Court judge seeks answers in L.A. Sheriff's raid of county supervisor and others – The P.M. Edition

The LA Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 5:30


Here's what we're following today: A judge has frozen the LA County Sheriff's Department search of computers seized this week from county Supervisor Sheila Kuehl and others USC's federal corruption case State Attorney General Rob Bonta has announced an 8-million-dollar settlement with Safeway over environmental violations This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.Support the show: https://laist.com

KNX In Depth
KNX In Depth: LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva defends search of Supervisor Sheila Kuehl's home--Multivitamins and brain health--Hollywood and Queen Elizabeth--Iowa radio legend Pat Powers on 44 years at the same station

KNX In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 49:38


LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl goes on the offensive, slamming the search of her home by sheriff's investigators as a politically motivated act by the sheriff himself--Alex Villanueva--who's had several conflicts with the Board of Supervisors. A court affidavit shows the search is connected to non-competitive contracts awarded by Metro to a nonprofit organization run by a friend of Kuehl's. We go In Depth to sort this out with Sheriff Villanueva.  Working from home, higher rent and sky high home prices are just some of the impacts the pandemic has had around the country. We look into the results of a big new survey.  Russia and China are getting closer. Their two leaders met today with one criticizing the U.S.  A new study finds a positive impact on brain health through a daily multivitamin. We go In Depth into what was found.  Could the death of Queen Elizabeth lead to less interest from Hollywood and the American public in Britain's royal family?  We end the show by talking to a radio legend most people here probably have never heard of--until now. He's been at the same radio station in the Midwest for 44 years. Pat Powers is a master story teller who will share what he's seen during that time in his home state of Iowa, the country and the world.  To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

First Things First With Dominique DiPrima
Dominique Cuts Thru the BS to Help Us Understand Prop 26 &27 and Talks with BLM's Tabatha Jones-Jolivett About Why Andrew Joseph III Touches Our Hearts From Beyond the Grave

First Things First With Dominique DiPrima

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 40:04


(Airdate 9/14/22) Dominique breaks down the two California sports betting propositions 26 and 27, sheds light on the LA County Sheriff's race and speaks with BLM Grassroots's Tabatha Jones-Jolevett on the family, the civil case and the very bright light of love associated with Andrew Joseph III.

Gary and Shannon
(09/14) GAS Hour 2 - Sheila Kuehl's House Served With Search Warrant

Gary and Shannon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 27:26


LA County Sheriff's Department serves a search warrant at the home of LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl. A 15-year-old girl has died after an apparent overdose at Bernstein High. LA County's public health director, Barbara Ferrer says the county could loosen its indoor masking recommendation as COVID-19 numbers continue to drop.

True Crime Daily The Podcast
Vanessa Bryant verdict; Nikolas Cruz's defense; Trump search affidavit unsealed – TCD Sidebar

True Crime Daily The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 31:22


In this episode of True Crime Daily The Sidebar Podcast: Neama Rahmani joins host Joshua Ritter to break down the biggest cases making headlines across the nation. They discuss the verdict in Vanessa Bryant's lawsuit against the LA County Sheriff's Office and Fire Department, the defense presenting its case in Nikolas Cruz's death penalty hearing, Twitter vs Elon Musk, plus the unsealed affidavit for the FBI search of Mar-a-Lago and Trump's request for a special master.   Tweet your questions for future episodes to Joshua Ritter using the hashtag #TCDSidebar.   Check out Josh's blog: https://www.joshuaritter.com/podcast-episodes/vanessa-bryant-verdict-nikolas-cruzs-defense-trump-search-affidavit-unsealed-tcd-sidebarSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TNT Radio
Burton Brink on The Bryan McClain Show - 30 August 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 54:48


GUEST HOST: Owen Stevens GUEST OVERVIEW: Burton Brink is running for California State Assembly and is former law enforcement with the LA County Sheriff's Department.

We’re The Weird Ones Podcast
Ep. 109: Part II

We’re The Weird Ones Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 40:59


We were on a roll when Keenan noticed he didn't hit record. Luckily, we had some topics in the tuck so we recovered from it easily. We start off with a lady surgery that's on the rise, Labiaplasty. This procedure has had an uptick of 36% in the last couple resulting in about 19,000 ladies getting this done. This leads into Lendery stating that he loves his women all natural and not made up. (2:48) Capital Music Group sign and drops FN Meka after cultural backlash. The artist is virtual and made up of all the best things from hit music. He was dropped after videos of the FN getting beat by police and doing other things to make fun of what happens in the black community. Can a program replace actual artists? (14:53) Vanessa Bryant is awarded 15 million after suing the LA County Sheriff & Fire Department for sharing photos of what appeared to be Kobe and other lost in that accident. They were referred to as the Ghoul Books; pictures of high profile celebs kept after their demise. (28:08)

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 1 | Sleepy Robbery @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 36:07


GUEST:STEVE GREGORY – Man and dog rescued by LA County Sheriff's helicopter // cont. with STEVE GREGORY // Shark attack in Huntington Beach // Driver falls asleep during robbery // Students gift their teacher a car // favorite teachers

SoCal in 17
Deputy gangs: The battle over LA County Sheriff's Department

SoCal in 17

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 18:03


This week, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva is back with us to discuss why he has not shown up at recent hearings of the LA County Civilian Oversight Commission investigating deputy gangs. He also shares his thoughts about the approved measure that will allow voters to decide whether the LA County Board of Supervisors can remove a sheriff. Then, Inspector General Max Huntsman offers his take on the sheriff's behavior and what has been happening within the department for decades. Get in Touch Want to ask Alex a question? Visit the SoCal in 17 page On Twitter using hashtag #SOCALIN17 or her handle @alexcoheninla Show Notes: Sheriff Alex Villanueva @lacosheriff LA County Civilian Oversight Commission @LACountyCOC

Conduct Detrimental: The Sports Law Podcast
Around the Sports Law World: Alvin Kamara, Vanessa Bryant, Nick Kyrgios & Florida Sports Betting

Conduct Detrimental: The Sports Law Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 56:01 Very Popular


Dan Wallach and Dan Lust are at the epicenter of Sports Law. This episode is the Around the Horn equivalent of the intersection of Sports and the Law. Not so similar to Around the Horn, we start with final thoughts on the Deshaun Watson saga. (1:05) NFL and the NFLPA came to an agreement on the Watson punishment with an 11-game suspension and a $5 million fine. Arbitrator Peter Harvey did not have to issue a decision and there will not be Federal Court proceedings. Is the punishment too light? Should the games Watson missed last year count as mitigation for his overall suspension? Alvin Kamara has been accused of assault and the alleged victim is being represented by Tony Buzbee. (10:35) Kamara was charged with a felony battery from the incident. The injuries sustained here are serious and there is video evidence of Kamara striking the victim. Buzbee is going to keep the pressure on Kamara and his legal team. The NFL has not stated whether they are investigating Kamara yet. The precedent shows that Kamara could be facing a 6-game suspension. Aqib Talib was going to be Amazon's in studio analyst for their new NFL broadcasting platform. (20:25) Talib has since stepped away from this role amidst his brother being accused of and charged with murder. Talib has not been charged with anything but only involved in the brawl prior to the gun shots. Nick Kyrgios is being sued for defamation by a female fan who was removed from a match Kyrgios was playing. (23:38) Kyrgios told the ump that there was a woman in the crowd who was distracting him while he was serving, and she was removed. Kyrgios accused her of being very intoxicated. However, the woman claimed to have only had one drink and was able to return to her seat after approximately 15 minutes. The woman bringing this suit is also an attorney. Kyrgios claimed she had "700 drinks" but does that rise to the level of a factual assertion? Vanessa Bryant is finishing her invasion of privacy trial against LA County Sheriff and Fire Departments. (32:26) Vanessa is claiming that the police officers and firefighters took pictures of the helicopter crash and disseminated them unlawfully. Since recording this the jury deliberated and awarded $31 million to the plaintiffs, which was $$16 million to Vanessa and $15 million to Chris Chester who was another family member of a victim. Dennis Rodman has stated he would go to Russia to discuss the release of Brittney Griner. (45:35) The Biden administration stated that they believed any other type of negotiation would hinder the current talks between D.C. and Russia. Since that statement Rodman has reversed course and said he would not go. Florida Sports Betting was legal for a brief period with their online sports betting compact, but a D.C. Federal Judge overturned that citing a violation of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. (49:35) The first briefs have been filed in appeal of that D.C. federal court decision. The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals is hearing the appeal where the Seminole Tribe is arguing that the compact is not reviewable under sovereign immunity. The U.S. Department of Justice has filed an opening brief on behalf of the Department of the Interior, who approved the compact, arguing that the compact never authorized online sports betting and that the compact allocated jurisdiction from Florida state authorities to tribal authorities to determine and regulate how betting outside of Indian land is to take place. Unless there is a ballet initiative, online sports betting might not be possible until 2024 while this appeal is ongoing. *** Have a topic you want to write about? ANYONE and EVERYONE can publish for ConductDetrimental.com. Let us know if you want to join the team. Dan Wallach (@WallachLegal) | Dan Lust (@SportsLawLust) | Mike Lawson (@mike_sonof_law) Twitter | Instagram | TikTok | YouTube | Website | Email

Conduct Detrimental: THE Sports Law Podcast
Around the Sports Law World: Alvin Kamara, Vanessa Bryant, Nick Kyrgios & Florida Sports Betting

Conduct Detrimental: THE Sports Law Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 56:01


Dan Wallach and Dan Lust are at the epicenter of Sports Law. This episode is the Around the Horn equivalent of the intersection of Sports and the Law. Not so similar to Around the Horn, we start with final thoughts on the Deshaun Watson saga. (1:05) NFL and the NFLPA came to an agreement on the Watson punishment with an 11-game suspension and a $5 million fine. Arbitrator Peter Harvey did not have to issue a decision and there will not be Federal Court proceedings. Is the punishment too light? Should the games Watson missed last year count as mitigation for his overall suspension? Alvin Kamara has been accused of assault and the alleged victim is being represented by Tony Buzbee. (10:35) Kamara was charged with a felony battery from the incident. The injuries sustained here are serious and there is video evidence of Kamara striking the victim. Buzbee is going to keep the pressure on Kamara and his legal team. The NFL has not stated whether they are investigating Kamara yet. The precedent shows that Kamara could be facing a 6-game suspension. Aqib Talib was going to be Amazon's in studio analyst for their new NFL broadcasting platform. (20:25) Talib has since stepped away from this role amidst his brother being accused of and charged with murder. Talib has not been charged with anything but only involved in the brawl prior to the gun shots. Nick Kyrgios is being sued for defamation by a female fan who was removed from a match Kyrgios was playing. (23:38) Kyrgios told the ump that there was a woman in the crowd who was distracting him while he was serving, and she was removed. Kyrgios accused her of being very intoxicated. However, the woman claimed to have only had one drink and was able to return to her seat after approximately 15 minutes. The woman bringing this suit is also an attorney. Kyrgios claimed she had "700 drinks" but does that rise to the level of a factual assertion? Vanessa Bryant is finishing her invasion of privacy trial against LA County Sheriff and Fire Departments. (32:26) Vanessa is claiming that the police officers and firefighters took pictures of the helicopter crash and disseminated them unlawfully. Since recording this the jury deliberated and awarded $31 million to the plaintiffs, which was $$16 million to Vanessa and $15 million to Chris Chester who was another family member of a victim. Dennis Rodman has stated he would go to Russia to discuss the release of Brittney Griner. (45:35) The Biden administration stated that they believed any other type of negotiation would hinder the current talks between D.C. and Russia. Since that statement Rodman has reversed course and said he would not go. Florida Sports Betting was legal for a brief period with their online sports betting compact, but a D.C. Federal Judge overturned that citing a violation of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. (49:35) The first briefs have been filed in appeal of that D.C. federal court decision. The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals is hearing the appeal where the Seminole Tribe is arguing that the compact is not reviewable under sovereign immunity. The U.S. Department of Justice has filed an opening brief on behalf of the Department of the Interior, who approved the compact, arguing that the compact never authorized online sports betting and that the compact allocated jurisdiction from Florida state authorities to tribal authorities to determine and regulate how betting outside of Indian land is to take place. Unless there is a ballet initiative, online sports betting might not be possible until 2024 while this appeal is ongoing. *** Have a topic you want to write about? ANYONE and EVERYONE can publish for ConductDetrimental.com. Let us know if you want to join the team. Dan Wallach (@WallachLegal) | Dan Lust (@SportsLawLust) | Mike Lawson (@mike_sonof_law) Twitter | Instagram | TikTok | YouTube | Website | Email

First Things First With Dominique DiPrima
As Goes California So Goes the Nation: Dominique Breaks Down Local Issues

First Things First With Dominique DiPrima

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 41:18


(Airdate 8/22/22) Helping the students of Jordan High save themselves from the toxic recycler next door, the latest data in the LA County Sheriff's Race and what restorative justice really looks like. These issues and more animate the convo with progressive intentions.

Hood Stocks
LA County Sheriff SON turns BANK ROBBER -- DINO -- Ep. 162

Hood Stocks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 190:10


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Castle of Horror Podcast
Castle Talk: Russell James, Author of Demon-Hunting Novel Demon Dagger

Castle of Horror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 16:30


Horror author Russell R. James is back with DEMON DAGGER (August 16, 2022; Flame Tree Press), a fast-paced, chilling tale of darkness and vengeance for fans of the TV series ‘Supernatural', as well as readers who love Stephen King, Dean Koontz and Chuck Wendig. LA County Sheriff's Deputy Drew Price has a gift, or perhaps… a curse. When a demon possesses a person, Drew can see the horrific-looking demon that dwells within. This ability has made him a demon hunter, armed with the one weapon that can send these fiends back to Hell; the demon dagger. One demon named Nicobar sets its sights on punishing the hunter by taking the soul of Drew's son, condemning the boy to life as a psychopath. DEMON DAGGER follows Drew's attempts to save his son's soul and then use the blade to end Nicobar's time on Earth.Russell R. James was raised on Long Island, New York and spent too much time watching Chiller, Kolchak: The Night Stalker, and Dark Shadows, despite his parents' warnings. Bookshelves full of Stephen King and Edgar Allan Poe didn't make things better. He graduated from Cornell University and the University of Central Florida.After flying helicopters with the U.S. Army and a career as a technical writer, he now spins twisted tales best read in daylight, including horror thrillers Dark Inspiration, Q Island, and The Playing Card Killer. He authored the Grant Coleman Adventures series starting with Cavern of the Damned and the Ranger Kathy West series starting with Claws. He resides in sunny Florida. His wife reads his work, rolls her eyes, and says "There is something seriously wrong with you."

The Hangar Z Podcast
Ghetto Bird Pirate 2nd Anniversary Episode

The Hangar Z Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 135:45 Very Popular


Live......Episode 50 which is also our second anniversary episode of the Hangar Z podcastWe thought it would be fitting to bring on the man who inspired the inception of The Hangar Z Mr. Ghetto Bird Pirate himself Scott Hebble.Scott is a Super Puma search and rescue pilot for the LA County Sheriff's Department.Scott has worked his way from patrolling the streets of LA County as a deputy where he worked a variety of assignments including gang investigations to aviation where he was a tactical flight deputy, patrol pilot flying the Astar and now flying the super rare and awesome Airbus Super Puma.During our conversation Scott talks about working both the streets as well as his aviation career that led him to his current position. Looking back at the last two years, I'm truly grateful to have had the opportunity to talk to all the guests that have been on the hangar Z podcast and for all the friendships that have developed. We have tried to bring interviews from all different disciplines within public safety aviation and look forward to broadening that as we continue. I am truly humbled that we are still around to bring each episode to you all. When we first started, I was pretty sure it would be my mom listening and telling me your doing great honey and that's about it.The support from our listeners, Patreon subscribers and our sponsors has allowed us to grow and do things I never imagined like having a booth at APSCON in Reno this year. That was an absolute blast. Want to throw out a quick plug for Echo Heliops and their annual conference that we will be podcasting from. It's in Austin Texas 15th, 16th and 17th. Check them out they are doing some great things for all of public safety aviation. Echo is coordinating a tactical flight crew training in early 2023 in Fort Myers Florida and will be hosted by the Lee County Sheriff's Department. Really cool that are helping with that training so check out their website echoflightcrew.org for more information on that. Again, thank you for all the support and feedback you all have offered, we look forward to catching you all as we go forward. If you are looking for a way to help us out leave a review on the podcast site you use to listen to the hangar Z podcast. It honestly is a huge help to us.Thank you to our sponsor Metro Aviation and our supporters on Patreon.

Leadership Under Fire
Revisiting the Contributions and Legacy of Charles ”Sid” Heal

Leadership Under Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 63:40


The original broadcast date for this episode was November 7, 2019. Charles “Sid” Heal was much more than a subject matter expert on doctrine – he was a US Marine Chief Warrant Officer 5, a combat veteran of four conflicts to include Vietnam and Operation Iraqi Freedom, a veteran LA County Sheriff and pioneer in the fields of special tactics and tactical science, a dynamic speaker, and a published author, and a carpenter. Sid was gregarious, kind, and a true gentleman. He possessed an unrivaled amount of physical energy and a contagious spirit of intellectual curiosity that naturally complimented his inordinate operational experience. Our team was extremely saddened to learn of Sid's sudden passing on May 24, 2022. His departure came as a shock to his family and all of those who loved him, as well as all of those of us who benefited from his wisdom – wisdom that was undoubtedly an anchor in disorienting, complex and lethal environments. Sid would commonly say, “the principles of optimal human performance are universal – it is the application that is contextual.” Our team was honored and blessed to have Sid shape our approach to preparing leaders and operators to perform optimally, under pressure. We are forever grateful for Sid's tutelage and his ability to “humanize the narrative.”

Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 8a - The Kobe Bryant Crash Site Photos Trial Begins and HOTN [LE]

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 27:57


Bill Handel, along with Wayne Resnick, talks about how the LA County Sheriff's Department is under fire as the trial begins regarding the Kobe Bryant crash site photos. Colleges and parents are fighting in court over tuition charged during the pandemic while schools were closed. Jennifer Jones Lee joins Wayne and Bill for the Late Edition of Handel on the News.

Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 9a - LA County Sheriff's Department conducts ‘active shooter' training

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 29:41


LA County Sheriff's Department conducts ‘active shooter' training at Rosemead High School – Steve Gregory was thereMark Cuban started a pharmacy to make drugs less expensive, but experts say it's solving the wrong problem

KNX All Local
Two people killed in San Pedro park shooting--LA County Sheriff won't testify about deputy gangs--Pet thefts are on the rise

KNX All Local

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 5:50


KNX All Local
LA County Sheriff accused of contempt of court--Job creation slows in California--Cockfighting ring broken up

KNX All Local

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 4:49


John and Ken on Demand
John & Ken Show Hour 4 (07/20)

John and Ken on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 35:30


Steve Gregory comes o the show to talk about West Hollywood's mayor pro-tem requesting armed security from the LA County Sheriff's Department after receiving backlash about cutting the funding to the Sheriff's Department. More on the search for the guy who shot Lady Gaga's dogwalker. Nathan Hochman comes on the show to talk about how George Gascon wants to spend a lot of money on an attorney to defend him in California State Supreme Court.

Sports As A Weapon Podcast
36 | Buried Under the Blue and the True History of Dodger Stadium

Sports As A Weapon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 45:22


Today (July 19, 2022), the Los Angeles Dodgers will host the 2022 MLB All-Star Game for the first time since 1980, and Dodgers future Hall of Famer Pitcher and 9x All-Star, Clayton Kershaw, will take the mound and start his first ever All-Star Game in front of the hometown crowd.  The 2022 season is also the 60th anniversary of Dodger Stadium, but the Dodgers do not want you to know about the dark history of Dodger Stadium. So as the biggest stars in Major League Baseball take the field tonight under the bright lights of Hollywood, the Dodgers and Major League Baseball can not hide the dark history buried under the blue (literally). On May 9, 1959, The LA County Sheriff's forcefully removed Aurora Vargas and her parents, The Arechigas. Thus, the last family of the three Mexican/Indigenous communities, Palo Verde, Bishop, and La Loma, were displaced. Of course, the Dodgers do not want you to know about this dark history, but we do!  Miguel spoke to two descendants of the displaced families who had their land stolen to build Dodger Stadium: Melissa Arechiga and Vincent Montalvo of the organization Buried under the blue. The families of the three communities created the organization Buried Under the Blue to teach people what happened to the three Mexican/Indigenous communities and seek justice and support for communities facing displacement today.   To end the podcast, instead of our usual Molotov MVP and Xicano/a sports History segments, we included more history on the displacement of the three communities. Miguel Garcia produced this episode. The Sports As A Weapon Podcast is now part of the @Anticonquista Media collective. Subscribe to the ANTICONQUISTA Patreon and follow on YouTube and Instagram! Be sure to listen/subscribe to the Sports As A Weapon Podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Deezer, or wherever you get your podcasts.Follow us on:Twitter: @sportsasaweaponFacebook: fb.com/sportsasaweaponpodcastInstagram: @sportsasaweaponpodcastPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/sportsasaweaponpodcastVisit our website: www.sportsasaweapon.com Links: Visit the Buried Under the Blue Website at https://www.buriedundertheblue.com/ Sign the Petition! Demand Justice for the Communities Destroyed to Build the Dodger Stadium Follow Buried Under the Blue on IG: @buriedundertheblue and on TikTok: buriedundertheblue PART I: THE DARK HISTORY OF DODGER STADIUM (YouTube/Anamarina H. Lagunas) Part II: THE PROTEST AT DODGER STADIUM (YouTube/Anamarina H. Lagunas) LA County Returns Bruce's Beach — Now Worth $20 Million — To Black Family It Belonged To Nearly 100 Years Ago (LAist) The House On The Hill: Digging Into My Palo Verde Roots (LAist) 

C3 Podcast: Active Shooter Incident Management
Ep 49: ASIM Checklist Endorsed as National Standard by NTOA

C3 Podcast: Active Shooter Incident Management

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 36:35


Ep 49: ASIM Checklist Endorsed as National Standard by NTOASPECIAL EPISODE - We have exciting news on this week's podcast! Our guest is Thor Eells, Executive Director of the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA). Today, Thor shares the news NTOA is endorsing the C3 Pathways Active Shooter Incident Management Checklist as the national standard of incident management of active shooter events. We discuss the importance of setting national standards for first responder training. Thor also tells us what NTOA is working on, including a neuroplasticity program to help first responders make decisions faster and more accurately while under stress.Bill Godfrey:Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey. I'm your podcast host. It has been a minute since the last podcast we've done. I'm excited to be back, but I'm even more excited that we're back with a very special guest today. I would like to introduce you to Thor Eells, the executive director of the National Tactical Officers Association, known to our law enforcement audience as the NTOA. Thor, welcome.Thor Eells:Thank you very much.Bill Godfrey:Hey, before we get going on this, because we probably have some audience members that aren't familiar with NTOA because we have more than just law enforcement. Can you tell us a little bit about the NTOA and its mission and where you guys are going?Thor Eells:Absolutely. I appreciate the opportunity to do so. The NTOA is a nonprofit organization we originally created in 1983 by a then-lieutenant with the LA County Sheriff's Department, who was hoping to establish an association for networking information sharing among tactical teams in the United States while they were in their relative infancy and ensuring that through this shared information and knowledge, that it would professionalize this pledging self-discipline within law enforcement.Over these past decades, this association grown now to roughly 40,000 members with specialties that now include patrol, tactical EMS, crisis negotiations, and corrections. We even now also have membership from fire and EMS as a result of the whole development of rescue task forces and the need, with these new emerging threats, for all of these disciplines to be able to work and collaborate together in critical incidents for successful outcomes. We teach roughly 200 classes a year. We have taught all over the world, and we have membership from five continents. So it has grown exponentially since the founder, John Coleman, first created the association.Bill Godfrey:Wow. That's fascinating. I didn't realize that you guys had formed back in 1983. That is pretty amazing. I'm so excited to hear you talk about the fire/EMS membership and the pursuit of rescue task force. Obviously we're going to talk about that a little bit today, but we've got a big announcement to offer today. You want to go ahead and break the news to the audience?Thor Eells:Well, happy to. We are extremely excited to be able to enter into this collaborative agreement with C3 Pathways and the endorsement and the creation of a lot of information sharing between our two entities, but particularly as it pertains to the active assailant/active shooter checklist. I think that this is really a very important and potentially impactful partnership in helping those first responders that are tasked with a very, very difficult job in making good decisions in a time-compressed and stressful environment. So I think this is just the beginning of many good things to come between our two companies and associations.Bill Godfrey:I think it's wonderful. I'm so very excited to have you guys recognize the checklist and endorse it as a national standard. I'm just blown away and so humbled by that, along with the rest of the C3 team and the instructors that have been doing training for years. It's an interesting phenomenon. We've been using the checklist and training for over 10 years now and have some 3,000 different agencies from law enforcement, fire, EMS, emergency management across the country that are using it.But this is the first time that we've actually had a national standard-setting bodies such as yourself. For those not on the law enforcement side, NTOA is essentially to law enforcement, what the NFPA, the National Fire Protection Association is to the fire department in being able to set the standards and set national standards. We are just so honored to have you guys recognize that and endorse it.I think it's a really big deal. I've obviously been gone from active duty for a little bit now, but it always made me more comfortable as a responder when I knew that the process or the procedure that I was following was a national standard. It wasn't just something we thunk up on the spot. How does that sit with you, because I know you guys got into writing the standards for originally the tactical team, the SWAT teams years ago, and it's branched much beyond that. Thor, where do you think the importance of those national standards sit with responders?Thor Eells:Well, I think they're more important today than they ever have been. I don't think you have to look very far in the news or elsewhere, your local legislators, to recognize that there is a loud human cry for standards, for some benchmark that our communities and our citizens that we serve are able to look to, to be able to better gauge, are we doing what we're supposed to do when we're supposed to do it.We talk about transparency in these things that everyone is calling for, but if they don't have something to really look at and against, it's difficult. Let's face it. If we're going very frank and honest, many of us in law enforcement and our brothers and sisters in fire and EMS get frustrated at much of the criticism that's directed our way because there's this perceived bias and/or there's this willful proliferation of misinformation, etc.But once we calm down and we get past the emotional aspect of that, and we really begin to take a hard look at it, what we realize is, well, there's really not much information out there. I had a very good friend of mine share with me once, this old adage of "If you don't tell your story, somebody else will, and you may not like it."Bill Godfrey:Oh, boy, is that true.Thor Eells:It's so true. So for us to be able to set standards that we ourselves have taken the time to objectively and very deliberately find the best minds, the best experience from all these disciplines, fire, EMS, and law enforcement, and look at our roles and our responsibilities in these critical incidents and have them provide the input on what the priorities should be, when and where we should be doing certain things when and where we shouldn't be doing other things, and then establishing a standard like that, that then can be converted into a template and/or roadmap, which enhances the probabilities of success instead of allowing just fate to determine the outcome, is exactly what we should be doing.So we, too, like you, are extremely humbled and quite honestly honored to be part of putting such a high quality, high caliber product out there to enhance our first responders' capabilities. It's really exciting to see the impact that this is likely to have.Bill Godfrey:I completely agree with you on everything you said. I think the other thing that can have really significant value to the standards is the ability to normalize the terminology because sometimes it sounds stupid. But boy, in emergency and in a crisis, when people are speaking different languages and different terminologies, it can really get in the way.The classic example of this, of course, in our business for the last, I don't know, 40 years now has been the use of 10 codes and signals day to day. But when you start to get multiple agencies together, nobody uses the same codes. The next thing you know, you've got confusion over what's going on. So standardizing that terminology.The other piece of this that just seems so incredibly important to me is when you have one of these horrible events and they are always tragic, even the ones that have the best outcomes are still horrible and tragic. When you have these events, you're going to have people responding and showing up on your scene to be part of that response that you've never met, you've never trained with. They may be from agencies you hadn't even heard of, especially from some of the federal law enforcement agencies that don't typically have a high profile. But if they're in the area, they will show up to help. If you don't have everybody on the same page, what's that going to look like?Thor Eells:Well, I absolutely agree with you, Bill. I think we know, unfortunately, through some very hard and difficult lessons learned from these tragedies. I could not echo your perspective of all of these are tragic, and we want to do our best to not repeat mistakes. Yet, we find that one of the most common mistakes is lack of communication, lack of understanding. To your point, whether it's 10 code or signals or different things, it's like speaking different languages.There's a reason that in air travel, English was selected as the single language that all airlines will use when they speak to air traffic control, so that there is consistent verbiage, terminology, etc that's being utilized, which mitigates the potential for misunderstanding and error and then outcome. We should be equally committed to ensuring that in critical incidents, knowing, to your point, that there will be multiple agencies interfacing with one another, that we are not adding to the complexity of a problem, but doing everything we can to further simplify it and then make better decisions leading to the more optimal outcome.Bill Godfrey:Boy, we are completely on the same page there. Way back when, and I know I've shared this with you previously, but for the benefit of the audience, way back when, the origin story of this checklist came from a training experience we had where things just were not going very well in the exercises. We did an analysis after the fact and said, "What's going on here?" We tried and experimented with a couple different things.Lo and behold, we found that changing up the way we were doing things and changing the order in which we were doing things suddenly had this huge impact. I don't mean like one or two minutes. I'm talking 15 to 20 minutes faster getting patients off the scene of one of these events. We realized that there's fundamentally two huge problems, two huge gaps that have been left because so much of the active threat, active shooter, active assailant training over the years that's been done has been focused on stopping the threat and obviously a critical part of the response. But very, very little of that training covered anything past stopping the threat.As a result, what we realized was we've got an integration problem, meaning law enforcement agencies working with other law enforcement agencies that they don't normally work with day to day, wasn't terribly comfortable. It wasn't really clear how we were supposed to do that and how we were supposed to integrate those together. That compounded when we looked at law enforcement and fire/EMS working together. I realize that sounds a little silly because a lot of times, we're responding to same calls day in, day out. Car accidents, things like this.But that's a different type of response and it's a different type of you and I working together. Whereas in the case of an active shooter, you and I become part of the same team. It's not like on the structure fire where you're holding the perimeter and I'm going in on the hose line with a bunch of firefighters. It'd be like you being on the hose line with us, and we have to rely on each other. We have to know what we're doing and have that model for how to work together, what I like to call the integration problem.Then the other problem that became horribly apparent is that the order in which you do things or don't do things really can impact very negatively, how long it takes to get things done, how long it takes to neutralize a threat, how long it takes to get to the injured, get them off the scene and get them transported to a hospital. What we classically call the clock problem. How does that fit with your read of what you've seen going on over the years? Because I know NTOA has been part of active shooter training certainly since Columbine, but I think you guys were doing some stuff before then, too, weren't you?Thor Eells:Well, yes. We were really very innovative, instrumental in evaluating tactics for quite a number of years. Once the tragedy of Columbine began to unfold before our eyes, it was within days that the NTOA had developed a active shooter training program. We completely revamped our perspective on law enforcement's role and what our responsibilities were and things of that nature.I do agree with you that for a long time, we had probably a disproportionate emphasis on this "address the threat" versus a more balanced approach of consideration. Okay, yes, we do need to neutralize the threat unquestionably, but there is more than one way to neutralize the threat. You can neutralize the threat by removing potential victims and not ever fire a shot or actively engage the threat. So there are different ways to approach the problem.What I think has really encouraging to see is the dialogue, the communication, the cooperation between fire, EMS, and law enforcement in recognizing that each of our responsibilities is not in conflict. In fact, they're really singular in nature, which is our primary goal is to save lives-Bill Godfrey:Yes.Thor Eells:... for all three of those specific responding entities. So we have a duty morally and ethically to find out how we're going to assist one another in being successful in doing that, and doing it in a manner in which we're not unwittingly, unknowingly creating difficulties. So we have to anticipate when we push a domino, is it interfere your dominoes or others that cause problem?I think we've done a very, very good job of improving with unfortunately, each of these incidents in an after-action analysis. We've gotten better and better. But to circle back around, the checklist is a compilation of that. It really is a huge, huge tool in helping ensure that we don't go out and reinvent the wheel in a negative manner. We don't go out and repeat these mistakes, albeit noble effort on our part. If we're still repeating mistakes that we need not be repeating, it's still unnecessary. The checklist really does a lot in helping that.Law enforcement has been fractured for years. By that, there are over 18,000 police departments in America and a little over 3,000 sheriff's departments and an unknown but significant number of federal partners involved in this equation. There's really very few standards. So there are a lot of ways of doing things when you bring two law enforcement agencies. They say city police department and a county sheriff's department. If they don't have that commonality in purpose and in function and in terminology and in tactics and familiarity, and then you add other partners to that, it makes it very, very difficult to be successful.You mentioned something about time, fighting the clock. Within the NTOA, we make a big point of trying to get people to appreciate that there's this good time and then there is bad time. In an active shooter scenario, the second the shooting starts, we're in bad time. We now have a responsibility to interrupt that cycle and get it into good time. Good time being the time in which law enforcement, fire, EMS is using to gain a tactical advantage to reduce the potential for serious injury or death and to save lives.Right now, when there's not an incident unfolding, we're in good time. So now is when fire, EMS, and law enforcement should be working together, speaking together, training together, functioning together as much as we can in anticipation of critical incidents, so that when we do come together, many of those problems don't even exist because we've already forecasted them, addressed them, and eliminated from the possibility of occurrence, through preparation and planning.Bill Godfrey:Yeah, and the all-important training and retraining. I ran some numbers here. This was actually just a few months ago. I was talking with somebody and it struck me. It's a little bit different all over the country where you are, but for the most part in public safety, it's 25 years of active duty before you retire out. There's just, at a certain point, a certain age, it's hard for the bodies to keep up with the physical demands of the job. So typical is 25 years and out.So if you factor in your attrition from retirement, from full career retirement, your attrition from some people who just leave the business for whatever reasons, your attrition for promotions and moving up or moving to different agencies, I was estimating that every police department sheriff's office, fire department, EMS agency, everybody out there is turning over somewhere around 7% of their workforce every year.So when you think about that and the importance of staying frosty on your Active Shooter Incident Management training, it is a never ending task to constantly be training the new people, coming back around, training the new supervisors and providing that ongoing refresher so that the retention is there as well, because it's not like you can do it one time in your career and hold onto it for 25 years. It just doesn't work like that.Thor Eells:Absolutely. That's very well said. That's really a very interesting number to hear. I had not heard anything like that before, but yeah, close to 10% of your workforce at any point in time is being new or unfamiliar. It would make sense that you would want be in a continual training cycle to develop the skill set necessary to function well. But I think unfortunately, as recent events have demonstrated to us in a number of occasions, that simply training alone does not equate to competency and proficiency.Bill Godfrey:Oh, yes. Correct. Absolutely.Thor Eells:We have even a greater obligation to be focused on the quality of our training as well as the critical feedback of our training is never be complacent, never settle for good enough. The standard that I tend to profess to people is any time you run through an evolution of something, if this were real, and it was your family involved, would you be comfortable with it?Bill Godfrey:That's a-Thor Eells:Every time.Bill Godfrey:That's a good benchmark. To me, one of the most critical components of the training that we do, the after shooter incident management training that we do, is the fact that we make people practice. For example, our advanced class is three days long. They're running 11 scenarios from dispatch to last patient transported. Those scenarios increase in difficulty. They increase in the numbers of shooters, the numbers of injured, all of those things, but it builds and there's repetition. Everybody rotates through the different jobs.So over the course of that three days, you get to practice. The simple analogy, and it's over-simplification, but for purposes of illustration, you're not going to get to the Super Bowl by practicing one time. You got to do it over and over and over again.Thor Eells:Right.Bill Godfrey:I think it's hard, today's day and age. Law enforcement, fire, EMS, the number of training requirements just keeps going up and up and up. But the ability to come off the road long enough to do your training is severely limited.Thor Eells:It's going the opposite direction. So as staffing through recruiting and retention is negatively impacted, the availability of personnel to attend training, and yet to meet your day-to-day obligations of service in any one of the disciplines of police, fire, or EMS, is tough. You could not have said it better.There are more competing interests in training today than ever before. It's easy to blame a chief or saying no to this and yes to that, etc-Bill Godfrey:Yes.Thor Eells:... without really fully appreciating all the different tasks that they have been given and ordered to have accomplished within said period of time.Bill Godfrey:Yeah. I don't know any chief that would actually say, "Yeah, I've got the time and money to get that training done. I just don't care enough to do it."Thor Eells:Correct.Bill Godfrey:That's just not what goes on.Thor Eells:No, it isn't. They're an easy scapegoat, but I have a pet peeve with regard to that whole thing, which is, well, we have to do more with less. Unfortunately, that has become so commonplace in our vernacular in this day and age, we've almost arrived at a point where we're beginning to either believe it or try to believe it. I'm constantly trying to argue that don't settle for that. Recognize there is one thing you can do with less and that's less.You can go talk to the most brilliant people on the planet, work whatever mathematical statistical formula you want or otherwise, that you can do one thing with less and that's less. The question then becomes, what do you want to do less of? Do you want less quantity? Do you want less quality? Or do you want less of both? But it'll be one of those three, but nonetheless, it will be less.That is something we have to be very cognizant of and do our utmost in safeguarding again, in recognizing if our training time is limited, then we need to prioritize it. We need to be very careful about recognizing what is most important. At the end of the day, no one has any problem with arriving at agreements that saving lies is at the top of the list. So when we have to pick and choose, we need to be mindful of that.Bill Godfrey:I completely agree with you. I think the other piece of that as a former fire chief, you're always having to make compromises. That's part of the job. Goes with the territory. If you're not willing to do that, then the job's not for you. You got to make decisions. You have to prioritize. You have to compromise. But I think the other piece of that, you also have to inform your boss, your city manager, your county manager, the mayor, your elected officials.You have to say, "Look, here's what we're doing. This is good. Here's what we're not doing because we can't do this. We don't have this, we don't have that. I don't expect you to act on it. I just want you to understand that. Do you have any questions about what we are, or we're not doing and why?"I think that that's something that often we forget to close the loop with the leadership to say, "We've got 1,000 hours of training requirements to fit into 120 hour bag. Something's not going to get done."Thor Eells:Right.Bill Godfrey:"Here's where we're at this year." You make those compromises. Yeah. It's a tough gig. Well, Thor, we're coming up on the end of our time. I am just so excited and so appreciative for what you're doing and the NTOA and just the support that you guys are throwing our way. What lies ahead for the NTOA? Anything coming up that you want to tease or talk about?Thor Eells:Well, yeah, we have several projects that we're working on that we're very, very excited about. One of our passions is in recognizing these critical incidents and what we train for is optimal performance in these incidents, is how do we assist in accomplishing that and ensuring that? While the ability to perform skills is important, we really believe that the crux to a successful and positive outcome is in decision-making.So we focused a lot lately on a program called brain science. It is a neuroscience, neuroplasticity program that helps people in any one of these disciplines (fire, EMS, police) be able to make decisions faster, more accurately under stress. So we're spending a lot of time looking at that and developing that and getting that pushed out into the field. We're very, very excited about that program.Bill Godfrey:That's so fascinating. We just recently, three or four months ago, recently added a module to the Active Shooter Incident Management advanced class on managing cognitive overload to avoid getting into cognitive lock. It's been fascinating to see that. The very first time we talked about it, we talked about it first thing in the morning on day one. We realized that was a terrible mistake.So then we tuned it in and put it right smack in the middle of the class on the afternoon to day two, when everybody was starting to feel that pressure. We've moved on from the simple scenarios. There's some complexity, there's difficulty, there's a lot of decisions to be made, a lot of cross-communication and it's very easy to get into cognitive overload.It's been a fascinating conversation to have with responders and talk about what that feels like and some of the coping mechanisms to recognize it in yourself, to recognize it in others and how to avoid the edge. I'd love to compare notes with you at some point on that.Thor Eells:Yeah, I'm super excited about this. I think it's just amazing in my research and looking at it. I have a son that works in special operations as a pilot, and he was the one that really helped turn me onto this a little bit. But our US Special Operations Command has adopted this and is using it wholesale. But perhaps a better example of the utility of this is professional sports are using this. Major League Baseball, the NFL, other sports.But probably the best example that I could use to endorse it, so to speak, would be Tom Brady has been using this for about three or four years. Many people would say that he's playing better now than he's ever been. He himself would say that. In fact, in one of his, I think interviews, he even mentioned that he's been using this type of training. It allows him to break a huddle and now more accurately, and with greater speed, assess the play that was called in the huddle versus what the defense is presenting to them, and then how to make the audibles to adjust, to exploit any potential weakness of that defense versus what they have, in terms of player packages, etc.When you think about it, the football game is still 60 minutes long. The play clock has not changed. But he will tell you that he can process much, much more information in a shorter period of time, or at least the staying period of time, as he did before. That's what's led to is improved performance. So I think the ability to take that and adapt it to public safety, fire, EMS and police and maximize the same potential in our performance would be a huge, huge service to our respective communities. So we're very excited about that.We're also very excited about we have developed public order standards now. So we're all way too familiar with a lot of the civil unrest that has been taking place here recently, resulting in a lot of property damage, a lot of injuries. How do we respond to that? Because what we have learned is that the tactics that we used 50 years ago do not translate to success today.Just as tactical teams were developed as a response to unique problems, we believe that law enforcement is at a crossroads, where they need to be looking at the creation of public order units and public order teams, which are their own sub specialty within law enforcement and how to interface, act, police, enforce, protect their communities in these environments. So that is probably the other area that we're excited to see, that we can make a difference in improving law enforcement's service to the public.Bill Godfrey:Well, and I can tell you from our side, our team is so excited about working with you guys on designing some of the exercise scenarios and the incident management support of that, to be able to exercise that in the class, both in a low fidelity way, and also not to give away the secret, but a very high fidelity way and a very immersive way of putting people in those roles and give them that opportunity that we were talking about earlier of just being able to practice.Thor Eells:No doubt.Bill Godfrey:Practice a couple different scenarios. Practice a couple different things. We are so excited to be working with your team on that and look forward to many more great things to come. Well, Thor, again, thank you so much for taking the time to chat today. I realize some people may be listening to this after the fact. So this is being announced on Tuesday, July 19th in 2022, if you happen to be hearing this podcast after the fact.But Thor, thank you for being here today. Thank you for the support. We look forward to working with you for years to come, to try to make a difference here for the common good.Thor Eells:Thank you so much. I really appreciate the opportunity to be here, and I appreciate the opportunity for us to be partnering with you as well. I do believe that this type of collaboration is going to make a difference.Bill Godfrey:I agree completely. Well, ladies and gentlemen, thank you for tuning in. We hope you've enjoyed the podcast. We are going to be back on track in dropping podcasts from a regular basis here moving forward. Look forward to talking to you on the next one. Until then, stay safe.

Mountain Murders Podcast
Appalachia's Charles Manson Part Three

Mountain Murders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 117:54


To Support the show click here https://linktr.ee/mountainmurders In our final episode of the Charles Manson series, Mountain Murders will walk you through the Tate-LaBianca murders. We discuss how the LAPD and LA County Sheriff's Offices were able to connect the dots and arrest Manson's family for the crimes. Intro music by Joe Buck YourselfHosts Heather and Dylan Packeremail mountainmurderspodcast@gmail.com

KNX All Local
Murder rate jumps in LA--Search for 7/11 killer--Video shows LA County sheriff's deputies beating inmate

KNX All Local

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 5:40


KNX In Depth
KNX In Depth: LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva vs. Board of Supervisors--President Biden signs executive order on abortion access--Big discounts at stores now--Kenny Loggins talks about life as a rock star and reunion with Jim Messina

KNX In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 50:09


The Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade two weeks ago. Now President Biden is taking action. He signed an executive order today to protect access to abortion while also slamming the high court for its ruling. We go In Depth.  The LA County Board of Supervisors wants the power to fire the sheriff. Voters could decide. We hear what Sheriff Alex Villanueva has to say about it.  Former Trump White House counsel Pat Cipollone has answered questions in front of the January 6th Committee. Will it be enough to satisfy the Justice Department?  Following a recent rash of mass shootings in the U.S., we now had one in Denmark and an assassination of a former prime minister in Japan. We go In Depth into why the violence is spreading overseas.  Stores are no longer empty. They're so full now they're offering massive discounts to get you inside.  We end the show with an interview with rock star Kenny Loggins. He has a new memoir out about his decades long career. He's also performing again with Jim Messina.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

TNT Radio
Burton Brink on Deprogram with Michael Parker - 01 July 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 55:42


GUEST OVERVIEW: Burton Brink is running for California State Assembly and is former law enforcement with the LA County Sheriff's Department. Burt will be speaking about the Gas Tax - local and national.

John and Ken on Demand
John & Ken Show Hour 2 (06/29)

John and Ken on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 31:42


Ken is solo since John is on vacation. The mayor of Whittier Joe Vinatieri comes on the show to talk about LA County DA George Gascon. West Hollywood is going to take funding away from the LA County Sheriff's that patrol the city. More on the shooter that killed two El Monte police officers.

Hillside: The Investigation and Trial of the Hillside Strangler

Police discover the bodies of two women in Bellingham, Washington. An investigator calls the LA County Sheriff's Department on a Saturday, triggering a search of Hillside Strangler Task Force files.

The Officer Tatum Show
House Begins “Marathon of Hearings” on Events of Jan. 6: A Media Event; Special Guest LA County Sheriff Villanueva

The Officer Tatum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 63:34


The Officer Tatum Show is now available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and SalemPodcastNetwork.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bill Handel on Demand
Handel on the News [EARLY EDITION]

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 30:25


Bill Handel is accompanied by Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee for the Early Edition of Handel on the News. The three of them discuss news topics that include: The Los Angeles Mayoral race heads to November for a runoff between Karen Bass and Rick Caruso, in the LA County Sheriff's race, Villanueva is likely headed for a runoff against Luna, and Newsom and Dahle advance for the Gubernatorial election in November.

Gary and Shannon
(06/08) GAS Hour 2 - California Primary Elections Recap & #TerrorInTheSkies

Gary and Shannon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 26:30


We recap California's primary elections including the race for San Francisco D.A. CA governor, Attorney General, LA Mayor and LA County Sheriff. Amid the drought, Californians used 26% more water in the month of April. #TerrorInTheSkies.

KNX In Depth
KNX In Depth: Primary elections narrow down key races for LA mayor and LA County Sheriff--Voter turnout very low--Victims of Larry Nassar seek more than $1 billion from the FBI--Optimism could keep you alive longer

KNX In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 46:50


The primary election is over and now it's onto November. As expected, the LA Mayor's race is now down to two candidates--Rick Caruso and Karen Bass. Caruso got more votes yesterday but Bass wasn't far behind. We go In Depth into what to expect between now and November.  That's not the only race of interest here in the LA area. LA County sheriff Alex Villanueva will be in a runoff.  Many statewide races may not be competitive in November but some House seats will be and that could play a role in whether Republicans take control of Congress.  Voter turnout was about as low as it's ever been. We look into why.  The victims of disgraced sports and gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar have now filed claims against the FBI. They're looking for a lot of money after the FBI failed to stop him when it first heard about the allegations.  New omicron subvariants are gaining a hold in the U.S. Are you ready for BA.4 and BA.5?  A new study finds your work might be suffering because of COVID.  Another study is optimistic that if you're an optimist you're going to live longer.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Debrief with Jon Becker
Leaders & Legends - Sid Heal - Part 2 of 2 - Understanding Tactical Science

The Debrief with Jon Becker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 54:50


Episode Description – This is the second of a broad reaching two-part interview with Sid. In this second episode, we discuss the origins of his study and writings on tactical science and take a deeper dive into several concepts in tactical science like initiative and maneuver in time and space. We also dig into Sid's views on leadership and take an emotional reflection on his responsibilities to those he led.This episode of The Debrief is in honor of Sid Heal who passed away on May 24th, 2022, shortly before this episode aired. We remember Sid as a force in the special tactics community, as a war veteran, as a celebrated author, and as a commander of the LA Sheriff's Department. A site has been created in honor of Sid that you can visit at www.sidheal.com Guest – Charles “Sid” Heal.  Sid is a legend in the special tactics' community and a key figure in the history and evolution of special tactics in the United States. Sid is a retired CWO5 in the United States Marine Corps serving numerous combat deployments including the Vietnam War, The Gulf War, and Operation United Shield in Somalia. Sid is also a retired Commander from the LA County Sheriff's Department, has worked in the Special Enforcement Bureau, the Emergency Operations Bureau, and a wide variety of other assignments. Sid is one of the most prolific authors on tactical topics having authored several books and hundreds of articles. Sid has taught at the US Army War College and is the former president of the California Association of Tactical Officers. Topics Discussed3:18      Short background on Sound Doctrine6:23     Public perception of police use of violence vs reality13:08    Origin of Sid's writing career: combining doctrines of law enforcement and military19:38    Key concepts in Sid's books (end state, training vs education, maneuvering in time, etc.)36:48    Writing tactical books that are widely accessible through simplifying concepts    39:18    The importance of tactical science (understanding the rationale behind decisions, etc.)43:53    Sid's recommended reading list (from Officer to Lieutenant)48:42    Rapid-fire questions (most important habit, leader vs manager, most important trait for teams/leaders, if he could have dinner with anybody, who it would be, etc.)            Links and Books ReferencedSound Doctrine by Charles “Sid” Heal - ISBN 9781930051119Field Command by Charles "Sid" Heal – ISBN 9781590563441Please find Sid's recommended reading list at thedebrief.live/the-list Other Places to See and Hear Sid CATO Podcast – www.catonews.orghttps://catopodcast.podbean.com/e/concepts-of-non-lethal-force-with-sid-heal/https://catopodcast.podbean.com/e/concepts-of-non-lethal-force-with-sid-heal-part-2-of-2/ For more information, check out our website at thedebrief.live 

The Debrief with Jon Becker
Leaders & Legends - Sid Heal - Part 1 of 2 - The History of LASD - SEB

The Debrief with Jon Becker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 80:22


Episode Description – This is the first of a broad reaching two-part interview with Sid. In this first episode, we discuss Sid's career history, the evolution of special tactics, the history of LASD SEB, the origins of SWAT, and his research on flashbangs and development of the NTOA Instructors Manual.  We also discuss the origins of non-lethal weapons, police reform and defunding, and the origins of his study and writings on tactical science.This episode of The Debrief is in honor of Sid Heal who passed away on May 24th, 2022, shortly before this episode aired. We remember Sid as a force in the special tactics community, as a war veteran, as a celebrated author, and as a commander of the LA Sheriff's Department. A site has been created in honor of Sid that you can visit at www.sidheal.com Guest – Charles “Sid” Heal.  Sid is a legend in the special tactics' community and a key figure in the history and evolution of special tactics in the United States. Sid is a retired CWO5 in the United States Marine Corps serving numerous combat deployments including the Vietnam War, The Gulf War, and Operation United Shield in Somalia. Sid is also a retired Commander from the LA County Sheriff's Department, has worked in the Special Enforcement Bureau, the Emergency Operations Bureau, and a wide variety of other assignments. Sid is one of the most prolific authors on tactical topics having authored several books and hundreds of articles. Sid has taught at the US Army War College and is the former president of the California Association of Tactical Officers. Topics Discussed3:18      Sid's career history (USMC, Sheriff's Department, etc.)13:03    Evolution of special tactics in the United States17:30    Formation of the NTOA19:48    Influence of technology/changing tactics on hostage rescue22:03    Military tactics vs burgeoning special tactics26:18    Origins of SWAT32:08    Origin of Sid formally studying strategy and tactics 33:58    Beginning of flash bang research/original NTOA flash bang manual45:18    Milestones after the flash bang manual (Somalia, Kenya, etc.)1:07:38 Shifts in thinking on the U.S. Military using non-lethal weapons (Afghanistan, Balkans, etc.)1:10:18 Shifts in military thinking on non-lethal force1:15:28 Defunding the police vs reforming the police1:18:18 Integrating theory and practice and the origins of tactical science Books ReferencedSound Doctrine by Charles “Sid” Heal - ISBN 9781930051119Field Command by Charles "Sid" Heal – ISBN 9781590563441Please find Sid's recommended reading list at thedebrief.live/the-list Other Places to See and Hear SidCATO Podcast – www.catonews.orghttps://catopodcast.podbean.com/e/concepts-of-non-lethal-force-with-sid-heal/https://catopodcast.podbean.com/e/concepts-of-non-lethal-force-with-sid-heal-part-2-of-2/ For more information, check out our website at thedebrief.live

Gary and Shannon
(06/07) GAS Hour 2 - Preview Of California Primaries & Steve Gregory Recaps His Day On The Metro

Gary and Shannon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 26:15


Ahead of the California primary elections, we look at the candidates who are running. We also update the Kristen Smart case. KFI's Steve Gregory gives a recap of his ride along with the LA County Sheriff's Department on the Metro rail system.

All of the Above Podcast
Uvalde, the insanity of Ted Cruz, and the real story of the 2021-22 school year - Passing Period #68

All of the Above Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 46:39


This Week: Manuel and Jeff reflect on the tragedy at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, TX and how to process the continued incidents of mass shootings in America. We blast the distinguished gentleman from Texas, Ted Cruz, on his insane ideas for one hardened entrance at every school, and discuss the renewed efforts to arm teachers. Also, an EdSource article with a clickbait title causes us to assess the real story of the 2021-22 school year, the remarkable resilience and genius shown by America's educators, kids, and schools in the face of a pandemic, and massive failures of political leadership. Also, big shout out to former AOTA guest Dr. Terrence Keel of UCLA, on a bombshell new study profiling the repeated lies coming from the LA County Sheriff's Department about the extent of violent deaths that get reported as deaths by “natural causes.” Learn more about the 18 ruthless gangs that exist among officers in the LACSD, and their unchecked violent rein of terror on the people of LA, read more here. Get your All of the Above swag, including your own “Teach the Truth” shirt! In this moment of relentless attacks on teaching truth in the classroom, we got you covered. https://all-of-the-above-store.creator-spring.com Passing Period is an AOTA podcast extra that gives us a chance to check-in, reflect, and discuss powerful stories in between our full episodes. Watch, listen and subscribe to make sure you don't miss our latest content! Website: https://AOTAshow.com Stream all of our content at: linktr.ee/AOTA Watch at: YouTube.com/AlloftheAbove Listen at: apple.co/38QV7Bd and anchor.fm/AOTA Follow us at: Facebook.com/AOTAshow and Twitter.com/AOTAshow --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aota/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aota/support

Reasonable Doubt
RD - Pretend To Work Somewhere Else

Reasonable Doubt

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 58:21 Very Popular


Adam and Mark connect for the first time in several days and they cover a lot of ground. After starting with the surprising verdict in the Depp/Heard trial they quickly transition into Colin Kaepernick's recent tryout with the Las Vegas Raiders. They also cover the verdict that came down in the Sussmann trial since they last talked and they discuss Elon Musk's recent email to Tesla employees urging their return to in person work. As the show wraps up Mark outlines why he is very interested in both the Los Angeles Mayoral race as well as the race for LA County Sheriff. Watch this episode & subscribe on YouTube at YouTube.com/AdamCarolla Please Support Our Sponsors: Geico.com Freshly.com/Doubt TheLadders.com/Podcast TrueBill.com/Doubt PlayBackbone.com/Doubt

Jesus 911
19 May 22 – LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva Joins Us

Jesus 911

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 51:16


Today's Topics: 1, 2, 3, 4) LASD Sheriff Alex Villanueva will talk to us about his recent YouTube campaign ad depicting him praying inside a Catholic Church. He will talk to us about the upcoming elections and the problems facing Law Enforcement in the 21st Century

Rich Zeoli
Dave Chappelle Blasts Woke LA County Sheriff For Not Prosecuting Attacker

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 47:43


Zeoli Show Hour 4:  9:01-NEWS 9:10-The ultimate nap is only 10-20 minutes  9:14-How many friends does the average person really need?. 9:18-Dave Chappelle is not happy the LA Sheriff is not pressing federal charges against attacker  9:25-Elon Musk's plan to quintuple Twitter's revenue  9:43- CUT SHEET | Bernie Sanders slam Amazon for attempts to prevent workers unionizing | Speaker Pelosi pushes back on Governor Newsom's comments on Democrats going "missing" over abortion rights | Jen Psaki defends the ethical questions surrounding her move to MSNBC |  9:55-Final Thoughts Photo by: Stacy Revere / Staff

Airtalk
AirTalk Episode Monday April 25, 2022

Airtalk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 96:06


Today on AirTalk, Larry checks in on the latest cases being heard by the Supreme Court this session. Also on the show, an interview with LA County Sheriff candidate Eric Strong; The OC Report; and more. Meet The Candidates: Eric Strong Promises To Root Out Deputy Gangs If Elected Next L.A. County Sheriff (0:00) OC Report: A Desalination Plant Is Stirring Up Controversy…Again (16:57) SCOTUS Roundup: A Los Angeles Miranda Rights Case And Prayer In Public Schools (45:27) COVID-19 AMA: Cases On The Rise, Thousands In L.A. Suffer From Long Covid, And More (1:03:56) The Latest On Talks Of Elon Musk Taking Over Twitter Plus What His (Unclear) Vision For The Platform Is (1:18:39)

HANNAHLYZE THIS with Hannah Hart & Hannah Gelb
Journey to Journalism (ft. Cerise Castle!)

HANNAHLYZE THIS with Hannah Hart & Hannah Gelb

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 46:17


This week, we're talking with Cerise Castle, the reporter who brought us the 15 part series on the history of deputy gangs in the LA County Sheriff's Department. We wanted to get to know the amazing young journalist behind this investigation. She has been on a journey, to say the least! If you'd like to learn more, please read the series at lasdgangs.com, watch the livestream of the forum for candidates running for LA County Sheriff on April 25 on YouTube or Twitch, and follow Cerise on Instagram @yourmajestcee and Twitter @cerisecastle. Enjoy bonus content and more by supporting us on Patreon! Join your fellow Earbud Patrons in BTS splendor for as little as $5 a month. CW: This episode includes references to police brutality, but does not include graphic details. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hannahlyze-this/support

Unsolved with Steve Gregory
Episode 203 - The Murder of Willie Pigram III

Unsolved with Steve Gregory

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 68:58


On September 26th, 2004, 20-year-old Willie Pigram III was cruising with his friends in a Lowe's parking lot in Hawthorne, CA. As Pigram slowly drove his slick green El Camino a couple guys approached his car and opened fire into the driver's side window – hitting Pigram multiple times at point blank range. LA County Sheriff's Detectives say it's most likely a case of mistaken identity. Pigram's father wants to know why his son, who had a job, was going to college, and was well loved by everyone he knew, was gunned down for no reason at all.

LA Podcast
Plant Some Trees, Please

LA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 60:28 Very Popular


Alissa and Matt talk about climate change and LA's City Attorney. Then, Cerise Castle joins for a debrief on a recent candidate forum in the race to replace Alex Villanueva as LA County Sheriff.Support us on Patreon!Subscribe to the LA Newsletter! Read Edition 34 in your browser here.Purchase an LA Podcast fanny pack!Subscribe to Thirty Mile Zone, LA Podcast's sister podcast about LA Movies.Below you can find links to some subjects discussed on LA Podcast #221.Headlines:Read Peter Kalmus' Op-Ed in The Guardian on his protestRead his book called "Being the Change."Mike Feuer is in big trouble.See Justin Kloczko's write-up.Listen to Justin's appearance on LA Podcast.Watch Cerise Castle and Knock-LA's Sheriff's candidate forum.Read more about the court order to make Sheriff V testify under oath.And, read more about the latest LASD cover-up.

Unsolved with Steve Gregory
Episode 202 - LA County Sheriff's Department Major Crimes Bureau

Unsolved with Steve Gregory

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022 64:41


The Major Crimes Bureau is made up of people who do the ‘dirty work', the ones who sit in their cars for hours at a time to watch one person, the ones who dress like a homeless person to blend in. Steve speaks with Sgt. Mike Maher, a 31-year veteran of the LA County Sheriff's Department. Maher is a Detective Team Sergeant and oversees task forces and operations that tackle things like Murder for Hire, Bank Robberies, Threats on Public Officials, Kidnap for Ransom, and Organized Crime. This episode is part of the ongoing “Crime Fighter Series” which highlights those people and agencies that help prevent and solve crime.