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tv   Sophie Co  RT  September 3, 2018 5:30am-6:01am EDT

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he has had a whopping five hundred and forty two criminal investigations against him the man who doesn't have a passport can't be deported because the authorities can't prove which nation he originally comes from oh and by the way this has been going on since ninety ninety eight over the last twenty years most of his offenses have involved drug charges driving offenses driving without a license and violations of the residency act but who year is remains a mystery we have a loose biography that suggests that he was born in one nine hundred fifty nine in north africa in the past he said that he was from morocco and also from algeria it could be that he is from one of those two countries or it could be from somewhere entirely different opposition figures say that this case shows the flaws in the current system in germany but i'm not surprised this is the most extraordinary case the most ridiculous case so to speak it's a failure of system it's
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a failure of the government i think if the government really wanted to extradite people so they could do it but they don't dare to do it because they're afraid of the left wing media. protest and their. so-called human rights organisations they protest against even try to prevent physically the extradition of people the most recent statistics for this year show that more than half of deportation orders were carried out the most common reason for this is that when authorities turn up at the door address where somebody was supposed to live they're not there and they can't be found however at this year we've seen a sharp rise in the number of people who've avoided deportation after they physically resisted. people that don't have the right to be here in germany is on the list verandah merkel. around africa. we have
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a situation now where not all problems have been solved especially deportivo are still a big problem the security system also the judicial system has to make clear that there is an effective system of crime prevention. and there is also an effective system in place of punishing committed crimes and not just coloring the situation beautiful lead by presenting statistics that was done by interior minister. claims that the security situation was better than ever since the one nine hundred ninety two but in chess took some statistics which did not really reflect the situation on the streets he left out all those cases that were reported to the police but were never really taken further because of lack of capacity and on behalf of the police. next sunday sweden goes to the
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polls and it could prove to be a big electoral upset with right wing support on the right the country has seen a wave of cars set on fire by youth gangs making crime a big factor in the campaign two thousand vehicles have been targeted since january but the motive behind the attacks has still not been officially established sweden's prime minister has strongly denounced the perpetrators program most of the custom have or the question has to be asked of those people back were you doing what do you think you are born or if you destroyed the whole area of the neighborhood for the children on their way to greece you have to see the cards that are going to cause there must be hard response from society any other so should all right artie's where if a notion of visited one troubled district with a local journalist trying frick who witnessed multiple arson attacks himself. or. was. there something or was the hollowness well of this noble
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source where we're going. right now we're driving to the southern part of stockholm the swedish capital to one of the areas called by police as found the rebel area or especially vulnerable area or risk area how the prefer to lead but in the media very often they call these neighborhoods right now around sixty one of them officially stood by police as no go so and he with me no swedish journalist tang three thank you so much for being my knight. no gun zone in sweden seriously of course you can go dark. you will have problems if you go to with a camera or if you're. from here is swedish vulnerable areas have been grabbing headlines over she teen in car burnings the latter has
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nearly doubled every ten years why do they burn the car and i think it's like to show police that there were called for all of the area not the police to go. a. lot of people are going well because you know if you could walk if you have a parking lot with what the cause of or anybody what a coral fire of course it will spread to the next door an extra. just a common thing that people leave those areas things there so soon as they make some more money they move away immediately from the good old water kids to go into school here for others for. a spark that discussion is it true a lot if it's a little girl saw. this as a politician on the so you give up for example a source. he called it no it's a go go also you know so you were. hollered i used to live there for
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a visit with the police never figure out why they got out the day out of course. short of a police car so they had to call for what you call the. truck to get their way the police got when he was stuck to prove it's a go go so known for high criminality rate theories have also a reputation for drug trade. terrorists place where it's a lot of drugs obviously the people up there are just go out there are. people standing here and for whatever no one even if you're blind you will see what they could dealing drugs it's not like they are hiding it. to the few people who have. to live with it which i don't violent they would have thought of to. know on the route good luck to the jail you know because of the mafia give me money no money ok but of course that this issue than you may know. but what we've seen
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across sweden's vulnerable amy is looked quite tense just like the country's prime minister has described although the assault he's never agreed many tend to blame the massive number of any goings on the situation. people think that it's related to these two thousand and fifteen immigration crisis with no this is because of the great show we had twenty years ago a lot of these people are criminal or second generation immigrants the parents came to sweden if you want to be a bit from arctic you can say that the worst is still ahead of us. social scientists adrian gras global believes that poverty is the root cause of sweden's problems. now you understand that look at how well we've got about it because he discovered what we have to poverty not allowing. my grounds to get into the labor market so it's not that's that's
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a big problem here. endemic enough to change their political. party for standing a story. from being social democrats and getting into a very very and ip rights new kind of fair political. situation so also of course it's a little bit coward to conduct way. it's an unfortunate news that is coming across our desks this hour brazil's oldest historical and scientific museum in rio de janeiro was engulfed by a massive fire laid on sunday two hundred year old national museum houses thousands of items related to the history of brazil and other countries it is believed that the fire has destroyed the museum's archive there are no reported injuries in the fire began after the museum have closed for the day what may have caused the blaze
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is not yet clear. which in years now c.n.n. is under fire after refusing to retract a breaking news story on collusion between donald trump and russia despite the news channel's source publicly withdrawing a significant claim the whole story was based on at least one of their sources are reports now. a quick look at some of the nuts and bolts of russia collusion storytelling we've gotten rather used to the media running sensational headlines because a number of anonymous sources said this or that well what if the anonymous source reveals his identity and says the story's not true or that he's made a mistake perhaps you'd expect the outlet to take a step back consider some skepticism possibly make a correction or take the story down altogether not if you're c.n.n.
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we stand by our story and are confident in our reporting of it and here's their original bombshell story from a month ago sources with knowledge tell myself and call that michael cohen claims then candidate donald trump knew in advance about the june twenty sixth meeting in trump tower crucially these sources tell us that cohen is willing to make that assertion to the special counsel robert mohler so this insatiate in was that the. president's former lawyer would tell investigators mr crumb had known about the infamous tower sit down featuring his son and the russians sure that counts as a sensation as many would take it as proof there had been collusion well a few weeks later a man called lanny davis michael cohen's own attorney comes out and says he was the source for c n n a b he's made a mistake and c.
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is inside into this complicated matter has been misinterpreted mr davis eventually even appeared on c.n.n. several times to reiterate just that the reporting of this story got mixed up so michael cohen does not have information that president trump knew about the trump tower meeting with the russians beforehand or you know. is it your understanding now that the senate has been told no michael cohen stands by his testimony he did not know of the trump tower meeting beforehand that's correct and the reporting was a bit garbled but c.n.n. did nothing to warn its audience the story could have been false in fact it even began attacking the man who it once used as a source blaming him for changing his mind as often as the wind however when c.n.n. first broke the news based on a tip off from sources it mentioned that attorney davis declined to comment on the
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matter now we know that mr davis and the source are the same person like these guys other influential outlets the likes of the washington post came up with follow up reports or included corrections they weren't saying the original story was false for sure but at least casts some doubt this was the time when journalists went to c.n.n. but c.n.n. and only answer to their question was we stand by. our story it's still right because we had multiple sources did c.n.n. name many of these sources know this is out sometimes work and there could be a much bigger issue behind this kind of news climate one congressman from the republican party has claimed serious people from the likes of the justice department could leak sensitive stuff to the media on purpose he says this could be a tactic to trigger endless rounds of probes we know that some people at the
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department of justice and f.b.i. actually gave information to the media then the stories were reported then they used those reports to justify further investigations could that point to some other form of collusion don't you dare even think that russia gate is the coin of the realm here if you have a story no matter how false you're out with it before anybody pays any attention to the sourcing we have a sleazy bunch of lawyers and i'd have to. pundits and reporters who now are caught in this web of misinformation. speaking of all kinds of euphemisms for lying i would suggest that if they do have another source. to defend what's left of their reputation they need to serve up some information about this source or but as i say they have no imperative to do
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that because i'm not c.n.n. on m.s.n. b c on the cable and also the other outlets this story will kind of peter out and what people will remember is the first impression namely come to light again. you can minister for women has been criticized by rights activists after expressing concern over the rising number of children wishing to change their gender. i read in the paper recently there has been a large increase in the number of teenagers who are identifying a such and i think we need to get down to the reasons why this is happening it may simply be a case of greater awareness it may be that they see as his annoyances to questions they are perhaps not asking themselves. transit gender issues are increasingly being raised in the u.k. with initiatives being launched and to recognise the community's rights one recent example is edinburgh university where new students are being encouraged to wear
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badges with the words he she or they indicating they want to be referred to in the student union campaign as part of an effort to avoid missed gendering however it says students should not use the term preferred emphasizing it is not a preference but a necessity we debated the issue with human rights activist peter tatchell and radio talk show host john gaunt. trans people do not choose to be trans they don't make this decision about gender reassignment career without very very serious long protracted thought and indeed is often agonizing they face often rejection by their parents being thrown out of home and very high rates of suicide and attempted suicide so this is not a decision that a young person takes lightly and if they make the decision but they feel that they are one gender or another i think we should respect that i don't think it's
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a big deal to it's about common decency just about being kind and compassionate to other people so i don't i agree with that but part of same token they should respect our rights to have a different view and when you talk about this this is always brought that thing about trans in serious charge it isn't because they're struggling with the fact they think they're in the wrong body that lage generally to the serious side it's aster when they realise they've made a dreadful mistake which is why the woman deserves minister of the education minister is right to say we need to look at why more and more young people are trying to go through this if somebody feels they are you know being assigned the wrong gender they're in the wrong body i have enormous sympathy for them but we shouldn't be kind of i don't really want to use this word but encouraging it which were edinburgh university is doing well no one is encouraging them and nor should anyone encourage them this is a call that's coming from the young people themselves well if the purpose of these
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badges is just to raise awareness and in particular to make transfusions and their friends and allies feel comfortable safe and accepted i don't think that's a terrible thing i think it's just a common human decency to become mine too i know that perfectly reasonable have made this decision was not reasonable add on a minute where universities are trying to tell lecturers it happened at university . of toronto of course famously with jordan peterson where they told him he had no use things like hello ladies and gentlemen hello boys and girls they had to fit into these new pronouns if they want to say today i'm a man tomorrow am a boy the next day i'm afraid for he said so but i don't have to fainter i don't want to get into a situation well i have to change pronouns i have to change the english language trans people are reality they have existed since time in throughout history i think the fact that there are more people coming forward is because there is greater
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social understanding and acceptance the stigma and guilt is fading away the issue has been discussed more openly and that is why more people are coming forward and violence trans but it's still a tiny tiny minority are that does it for me and of the weekly but my colleague of the incomparable colum bray will be here in about thirty minutes time with a full look at your news and fresh air lines so with us results international. join me every thursday on the alec simon show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics or business i'm showbusiness i'll see you there.
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good politicians do something to. put themselves on the lawn and they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president or injury. or somehow want to preserve. it's a right to be for us this is what before us three in the morning can't be good that i'm interested always in the waters about how the. question. i am thinking that mt working. now on the even come near. me there are cute leave. me to grow up to be true and where feeling you.
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know. and see the. rounding. maybe you. could. stand. strong. for. in two thousand and thirteen and meet clinton young who was on death row in texas and making a documentary on the death penalty and talked to him about his situation but he's been here for anti-rape i've been here since two thousand and three. i was not
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a much better off as a my brother dave or baron out there thirty i just sat there in july. scour the press and i'll just say fresh elections but at the. present past our may have. had so much i want why did they gotta make it to thirty you know and now that later this my wife's been on my twenty is on there for all stars. and has been convicted of murder being involved in gang culture he refuses to talk to the police when he's arrested and results are on trial from juvenile prison where he had done some time for burglary. am. paris had a record out there for clinton it goes without saying that you don't inform on others but the other young three men arrested with him have no such qualms they will claim that clinton is the killer. who is in. a rather nasty use o.e.
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group close to those cars while walking around that's one clue no show. her. you have to. go by you're going. after i told clinton asks me in a letter to look at this case with an open mind he says he's not the killer and claims his co-defendants make plea deals with the da when i look at this case i immediately know something is seriously wrong there are no fingerprints or d.n.a. or any other evidence that clinton committed the two murders only statements based fellow suspects mark darnell and david which show substantial discrepancies. they realize all the stuff i have they don't want me to get it before the course so they'll know it when i see it's not about justice it's about. the statistics i
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wanted your vehicle power. ok the best four years i examined testimonies and got a good health information such as crucial ballistic research i also talked to involved parties and witnesses i hope to get an answer to the question could it really be that the wrong man is on death row. get in a vehicle. still put your eye on him and this dear he'll. he is no excuse. but. my defense is i didn't kill nobody i don't know them i was on back in the way we're supposed to that you know who's going to go boss and lunch
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i want to see yours you know and things took a turn i got shot and then at that point i was worried about you know trouble. they were patient and else on the corner and mark rey shot them later on this is what happened but i don't have a fear from the troops. where there is the goal of the. time in the middle. is right. there to see how this is. done else you should have seen what happened right so he was leaving he last about where he was sitting it yeah i guess he was in and they all it was it was not the medal he just said directly behind me because i had turned like this and talked to
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bill look because mark rey says he was there they wasn't my larry i was it i guess because he thinks i did it so he don't want to be land grab behind me in case i tried he said he was in the middle so he could write a rag yes i guess that's the only thing i could think of but he was not in the middle that car i don't know if that's the car seating what do you think was the car seat in our member of course it was dual me david paige mark rey darnell mccoy ok so no one actually said that that was the car cd so now that i'm with iris and four versions i may have i remember like i can even say the song it was playing on the radio at the time i had was superman about three doors down i mean i just lost i remember i have our guess i got a better memory than. do you know how things are going to stay so no car yes they say into jr when up there and want to round the house for jr. and while you walk around out you know you're supposed to mark the most of us well we are from the south. so jr you. and
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me the three of you all go off that car whatever it is in j.r. comes from around the house and he gets kind of like group close to those car by walking around that's one thing you know so and they would pay to stand outside the car walking up to the car only shot if they had shot hesus once they had the windows rolled down and feel like death when he had them. go the next reflexes d'orsay back up and fell forward and as one pace i'm in the back of the head and i jumped out the car so we're playing it they are somewhere outside of coral here then one. it was then right and right in front by the dory stand there. a conversation on your show. what will come flying no one on the car
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ride before and during the power plant show shoot you go wow. ok before you go sit in my quit was it no let it slip away like this and he said that the gun of underwear it is and when he was gone is what he was going to dog was paying attention to to a jr reach and open the door as soon jar which is open to the door. with his son. i. can't can you remember how you felt when the first shots were fired it was like. i don't know i mean. i can't really describe.
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our listeners thinking. damn well. you know and. i don't know if it's because of commitment to be innocent extremely violent and the army did it actually i mean in some ways normally it's one of ahmed's i mean but it's different when someone right before your eyes gets shots shot in the head right i wasn't looking so i mean it was i got hurt i was looking out a car like this and i heard a gun jr. first i didn't know what happened. keep mom said rob a side door and this dude shooting into the car so i started because of a pager and i didn't know what he was doing i just as i look where down in the door i was like man.
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likely is it because the two co-defendants who a lot of time they said that clinton was sitting here pulled his gun from his waistband and shot him twice in the head how how likely is that is it possible. not just pulling now they show me how to vote and it has this number here if you shot from right here yeah there's no way why would you hit me if i do this probably one even hates you because you probably miss you because you're not a man on this distance you can still miss it yes if you just did like this here you can miss this person trying to shoot the hit the body you can hit the head it's harder to hit because it's moving right but if if he was yes if he got shot in the head twice and kind of closed the bullet holes were kind of close there's no way he
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could have just pulled it out and like that because that's what they said they pull it out of his waistband kept it there and shot him from that point. on the side of the head was he an expert shooter no he was eighteen now ok there's no way he could have shot like that and hit the person twice made it because you have to be an expert you had to do a lot of training and in eighteen years out there's no way he could have done it there's no possible way. because bullets do not shoot around a corner. or you decided you know you don't want to go in with. with you know you go through we were there was a lot of. we. were. going to be. good job to.


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