#10988269 at 2020-10-09 02:48:15 (UTC+1) Q Research General #14055: 10 days dark Edition
UPDATE: Na Leo TV's management declines to comment on FBI search
The assistant general manager and marketing director of Na Leo 'O Hawaii public access television said in a statement this afternoon "Na Leo TV staff and management are fully cooperating" with a search warrant executed on its Hilo studios and offices.
"We have no further comment or information at this time," Micah Alameda said in the statement.
In the statement, Alameda said the Puna candidates forum scheduled for 6:30 p.m. - featuring mayoral candidates Mitch Roth and Ikaika Marzo and the candidates for Hawaii County Council District 5, incumbent Matt Kanealii-Kleinfelder and challenger Ikaika Rodenhurst - has been cancelled.
"We are working with the Mainstreet Pahoa Association to reschedule this broadcast," Alameda said.
Phone calls and emails by the Tribune-Herald to Alameda and Stacy Higa, president and CEO of Na Leo, have not been returned.
Lt. Rio Amon-Wilkins of the Hawaii Police Department's Hilo Criminal Investigations Section said county police had not been notified of the federal raid.
"The case is ongoing. We're not going to give out any details other than confirming it is us," said JasonWhite, a special agent at the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Honolulu office.
The president and CEO of Na Leo is Stacy Higa, a former Hawaii County councilman who finished fifth in a crowded mayoral primary election race in August.
Asked if the search had anything to do with federal funding or if anyone was arrested, White said it's "just a search" of Na Leo's location at 91 Mohouli St. and declined to say what agents are searching for.
#9409271 at 2020-06-01 11:00:22 (UTC+1) Q Research General #12042: The 'National Guard, Nationwide' Edition
Many arrested for riot-related charges don't live in Dallas
Records show those arrested on Saturday are from places stretching from Bridgeport to Burleson, and Wichita Falls to Terrell.
Published: 9:37 PM CDT May 31, 2020
Updated: 9:37 PM CDT May 31, 2020
DALLAS - Hurricane season starts Monday, but Dallas businesses boarded up Sunday in anticipation of a third night of violence.
Most businesses in South Victory, including the American Airlines Center and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, had plywood installed over their glass windows.
At an Oncor building along the Woodall Rogers Freeway, workers spent Sunday removing all of the large stones from the landscaped beds to prevent the rocks from being used as projectiles.
A few blocks away, heavily armed Dallas police officers began detaining people downtown and searching their backpacks.
Police were trying to identify who came to protest and who showed up for something more.
"We're playing chess. Not checkers," said Dallas Chief of Police Renee Hall.
Officers said they arrested more than 100 people on riot-related charges on Saturday and noticed something about them.
"A large number of them are not members or residents of the city of Dallas," Hall explained. "They come from multiple locations."
WFAA easily identified 30 people arrested on riot-related charges from the department's arrest database. Two-thirds of those individuals do not have Dallas addresses.
Instead, they came from Bridgeport, Burleson, Denton, Fort Worth, Grand Prairie, Irving, Lewisville, Terrell, The Colony and Wichita Falls - even one from Knoxville, Tenn.
Police charged all of them with misdemeanors, which means they could end up back on the streets within hours.
"They can bond out pretty quickly," said Pete Schulte, a criminal defense attorney, "but the goal is to get them out of the situation where they're not helping others do unlawful things."
One of the overriding questions is whether the arrested individuals belong to larger radical groups.
"We are looking at that. Our intelligence unit - we're working with our federal, state and local partners who are on the ground working with us," Hall said.
#8454226 at 2020-03-17 23:18:04 (UTC+1) Q Research General #10824: The Deeper We Go...... Edition
Texas Sen. Nathan Johnson, D-Dallas, said uninsured people are harder to track, and tracking is part of containing the spread. (it's not the government's business to know if I'm insured or not. But the idiots can assume if ppl have zero income they are not insured, illegals just go to the emergency room)
JasonWhitely and Bud Kennedy, of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, spoke with Texas Rep. Stephanie Klick, R-Fort Worth, and Texas Sen. Nathan Johnson, D-Dallas, about the state's response.
Klick said the state's response has been great. Several years ago, after Ebola was in Dallas, she put together an infectious disease task force. It's a permanent structure within the state to prepare for something like this new coronavirus.
Johnson said he wishes the state didn't have such a large uninsured population, which is about 5 million people. Uninsured people are harder to track, and tracking is part of containing contagion.
((note: reasd uninsured as illegal immigrants but not all uninsured are illegal)))
Klick has served the 91st District since 2012. She is a nursing consultant with over 35 years of nursing experience. Klick received a Bachelor of Science in nursing from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. She sits on the Statewide Health Care Costs, Select Committee.
Johnson was elected to District 16 in 2018 and sits on the Health and Human Services committee. He is a lawyer and the first Democrat to represent the district in over three decades. Johnson received a B.S. in physics from the University of Arizona in 1990 and a law degree from the University of Texas School of Law in 1993.
#6300674 at 2019-04-25 00:43:55 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8057: Patriots In Control Edition
Dallas County Republican Party Chair Missy Shorey died unexpectedly last night…
…Shorey, 47, was the first woman to lead the Dallas County GOP when she took the post in November 2017. Her background is in public relations, and her beginnings were on Capitol Hill. Eric Celeste profiled Shorey for us early last year, describing her route to GOP chair this way:
She worked on staff at Capitol Hill, got her MBA, went to work for a big PR firm, and then in 2004 started her own PR company in the attic of a small family farm in upstate New York (she'd moved there to take care of ailing family members). In 2015, she moved here from Wichita Falls, where she'd lived with her Air Force pilot husband. (He is now a Southwest Airlines pilot.)…
… Since then she has run her business while working to increase her political profile. She was until recently the executive director of Maggie's List, the federal PAC that tries to get conservative women elected…
…WFAA's JasonWhitely is reporting that Shorey died in Washington, D.C., there to speak at the conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute.
#4252062 at 2018-12-11 06:27:28 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5416: 'Intrusions' Edition
If someone wants to archive here is the source link.
Jeb Bush, asleep early, missed call about his father's death
Neil Bush made the remarks as a surprise guest during a reception for members of the late president's administration and his Points of Light Foundation.
Published: 6:18 AM CST December 5, 2018
Updated: 3:17 PM CST December 6, 2018
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush missed the call from family members on Friday that his father was in his final hours, according to one of his brother's speaking at a private reception.
"Jeb, interestingly enough, was asleep and turns off all his equipment at night so we couldn't reach him," said Neil Bush, Jeb's brother and one of the president's sons. "[Jeb] woke up at 4 in the morning and turned on the TV and found out that his dad had passed away. But every grandchild and every sibling was able to tell our father and our grandfather what an amazing man he was."