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those teams has been a real journey for them ups and downs highs and lows lots of emotions and the fans are still the sticking with the same throughout this competition. i. am. sure. that was. the. letter said to be a second hot off the third place playoff between belgium and the england is now underway and anything can happen nail anything can happen we've seen that in
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previous matches before the game started on t.v. for trying to when to stop where the atmosphere around the standing the pieces that stadium. itself are asking fifo what is the point of the third place play off where do the fans find the motivation to come here where do the players find the right motivation and what i want to tell these people come on what about the feeling of winning the last game at the world cup of course the fans that i've spoken to here outside the st petersburg arena would love their teams to do that surely they are already proud of them having progress to the same the final both for belgium and for england is a spectacular result but everyone is looking forward to more from the teams that made it into the best quark ten of the world cup and the managers are no longer under pressure they can let the young generation have their chance to shine. at
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this world cup and that's what josie moreno called fresh blood surely southgate has made several changes to the starting line up and one of the younger team england players who made it onto the pitch was ruben loftus cheek in guess what just before the match started i talked to his brother isaac got sent off to the last game to be honest but we just go soldier through. as it comes and hopefully we get a place finish in this world cup which is the best finish that we've had since sixty six the energy stored up and i think your brother's going to make it on to the pitch yeah yeah he's been unlucky to make it into the last few games off and he's going to show this one yeah so what's your prediction. and when anybody well speaking of like the number of fans you expect to see there do you think still everyone who made it here. there's still going to be desperate to win this bronze medal game and it's still very important even though you said you were got it after
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the semifinal yeah definitely i mean as i said it's the best finish it will be the best finish that we've had in the last fifty odd years so everyone still really for england everyone hopes that i get this place medal. yep said it best finish england fan for decades fans on the trip to russia win a loose is one that they will never forget. them with as you eyes into the well it's awesome but the food rule was that i've. done. quite a. knee in the middle and i do. not mean to deflate but then they put on me and you know now there's somebody who runs. the finale is the process that i used.
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to push when we put on three charity lost people the thought i'm only a club in the world. follows exxon haters went on to nationally. in one area and took on wasters because to me on this person you are most are based out of it about it as you might because it can be kind of coming out from a. kind of intimacy and concern for almost nothing. and second my post my starter mr thomas a got so much what's going to surprise a is the quality of a mental can't insist on some brains pumping naturalised i said i was dressing up properly or better this. kind of music i made out of south and mr bemis unless you had you in as i me go to newsweek i don't patronize pirate that's just like us it's me but if you're me i'm always without a pig even with so much. time
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to go to a case machine will look. like look if you say you. get one but it will do. the time intake contained though he. will get advice this isn't in some but the google sort of computing cousin is the same thing because one year see one must be thirty forty because bury them they really must be in for you in the interim must form but you want freedom we know reality things that it will be. and let's bring you right up to date and so much to belgium england still bulging with literally one nil after fifty seven minutes in st petersburg so that's pretty much it from here in moscow for today if you stay with us either because there will be full time analysis from. he did monster including joe he's
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a marine you know as we now call him papa i'll be back tomorrow to build up to the final with my brother in broadcasting that's peter schmeichel a lot closer to my brother than i am to my faults like kind of i want to use this stuff that's going on mostly going to see it that well that most goes to see is that both thing and i mean this evening well most i think i would that is fine but what i think it is and what i think i think i'm always looking forward to catch twenty twentieth's if anyone lets the cup stay with us. against any kind of presidents of the united states you know region if they want to
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continue their human over you know any policy we against of they do need to know region the region if you're in the region does quote. understand they were legal because. the united sowing to be no region against any kind of expansionism any kind of review and where you know this is a any other thought. just standing in the middle of a street and someone reaches in their back in their back what a waste they cop is not going to sit did give them the benefit of the doubt because people should be reaching their waist being with cops having guns trained on the same police still.
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hello again from the all the new center in moscow i'm calling brian this is our continuing coverage of world cup playoff and headline stories next and the u.s. justice department charged twelve russians with hacking offenses it's part of an investigation by special counsel robert muller into alleged meddling in the twenty six thousand presidential election. indictment charges twelve russian military officers by name for conspiring to interfere with the twentieth sixteen presidential election. eleven of the defendants are charged with conspiring to hack into computers steal documents and release those documents with the intent to interfere in the election. the twelve russians are said to be members of russian military intelligence and they're accused of hacking democratic party e-mails and
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hillary clinton's presidential campaign the indictment says they created online personas to publish the stolen information the justice department though says there was no evidence the alleged interference change to the course of the election. there's no allegation that the conspiracy changed the vote count or affected any election result. a moscow claims that the announcement was timed to have a negative impact on monday's upcoming summit between presidents trump and putin when a quarter breaks down the story was a mixed moment in u.s. history as the u.k. rolled out the red carpet for president trump officials back home indicted twelve russians for allegedly election hacking but so far the f.b.i. hasn't had the best track record of looking at the hard facts of this investigation then did the d.n.c. provide access for to the f.b.i. for your your technical folks to review what happened. we never got direct access
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to the machines themselves instead they've been taking all of their information from a third party crowd strike cyber security was the company hired by the d.n.c. to look into suspected hacking of its systems but the thing is the d.n.c. never granted the f.b.i. direct access to its physical servers and that's raised questions over the thoroughness of the investigation you did see never turn the server over to law enforcement if you're investigating either from a law enforcement or from an intelligence standpoint hacking by foreign hostile government would you want to serve or wouldn't that help you number one identify who the attacker was if they had turned the server over to either you or director komi maybe we would have no more so i guess what i'm asking you is why would the victim of a crime not turn over a server to the intelligence community or to law enforcement but that's not the
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only strange part of the whole situation the f.b.i. claims that those indicted are russian intelligence officers which means there's almost no chance they'd come to the u.s. for a trial with no one to defend them it seems almost like an assured victory for mahler one that leaves many questions still unanswered it looks to me as if our f.b.i. our department of justice even under president donald trump remains politicized and hostile to the trump administration so i have something this serious involving allegations that are this profound you'd like to believe that our department of justice or of was acting above the law without a partisan interest one way or another and this certainly seems staged to me and the timing of these indictments couldn't have been more convenient they come in the lead up to a highly anticipated summit between donald trump and vladimir putin democrats have already started to demand the meeting be. canceled saying it would be an insult to
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democracy but the white house says the summit is still good to go so at any rate we'll just have to see which side will get its way if you're the victim of a crime why would you not want to hand the evidence over to the police the fact of the matter is the company they had doing their security it was a politically biased company that was involved involved in all sorts of things to have our say another thing so it is a it is a big question but the other big question really is the timing once again we have an indictment on a friday before a weekend but not just any weekend this is the weekend before the much anticipated trial hooten summit of the political implications of dropping the indictments the poison the waters in advance of the trumpet and so on that this is clearly the work of the u.s. deep state. and the israeli defense forces have launched their largest operation against hamas since twenty fourteen their strikes have reportedly had forty facilities belonging to the militant group across girls or the i.d.f.
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bombardment originally began in response to burning kites being flown into israel by palestinian protesters there was then a fresh round of airstrikes after hamas fired rockets over the border the violence has reportedly left one palestinian with shrapnel wounds. the unrest comes after a fifteen year old palestinian was shot dead on friday during violent protests along the gaza israel border one i.d.f. soldier was also reportedly injured during the demonstrations. friday's riots marked a hundred days since the start of the so-called march return palestinians have been rallying at the border fence every week demanding the right to return to that on site for a lot throughout the day demonstrators but it isn't hold rocks at israeli forces who responded with tear gas and live bullets in the crowd reports saying. so i'm
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only one hundred meters away from the fence that separates gaza strip with israel and as you see palestinian protesters are trying to approach a friends and break it but every time there was an attempt the israeli forces were every act back with live ammunition and here it got palestinians as you see it still come to to the protesters are very close to the fence and are burning tires to blur the vision of the israeli snipers that palestinians are still marked evaded and still passionate of the about the great march of return demanding the right of return and demanding breaking the bloke aid on the gaza strip that has been imposed for more than eleven years palestinians today are also protesting express expressing their range of anger against the demolishing of the israelis. but to invigorate the israelis are also imposing more restrictions on procedures on the
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gaza strip while they're going to close down crossing which they're not allowing any imports of oil exports to gaza strip and they're only allowing the humanitarian needs there you can see the palestinians. angry and expressing their anger at the palestinians say that this is the only way they can achieve their demands expressing their anger and expressing the. to the whole world palestinians continue to raise the palestinian flag up high during the protests and as you see the palestinians are very very close to the fence while they know that there are have been the weapon states soldiers stationed along the fence this is one of the danger reasons that came from the fans just right now that i'm going with. a lot. of them since the beginning of the march eighteenth children worked directly shot dad and they r. and b.
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to including the one hundred thirty eight palestinians killed since the beginning of the markets. right that's it for now we're back in just about half an hour well know who's come first in the world cup right now it's still belgium one england and now in the second half this is out into action thanks for watching. across europe municipalities are taking their water supply back from private companies move into people themselves with simple song alone events like on the biggest else with oh they invite private companies to take over the utilities
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last week no. doubt the last room full welcome to sophie intel i'm seriously sherrick not said today we've got lots to talk about in our program and our gas to. the rocket. i i i. really wouldn't let. me. tell you the people do not her owe. her
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. do it in the sort of a mad crazy genius sort of a guy who believes in the first amendment. marcus very brilliant very brilliant individual believe i heard a story about how he'll be difficult to get or certainly with the second grade. he. has an opinion he doesn't hide his feelings. i think more to gain he's not standing for the cause he took on the most powerful agency in this county more you'll be going. to
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look at some of the billboard analogy. that mark was the day that when he was fighting the life. worth of family kind of thing we're still in iraq you know i mean it's. you know if something is shown to us we're going to. go it's just or it. doesn't mark spoke out against kolob some on his shift but i didn't like very much absolutely have there been times when i really really really thought he was a great guy absolutely. john mark doogan i'm
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a former marine former cop turned whistleblower after my home was raided by american intelligence agencies i snuck out of the united states into russia where i obtained political asylum today and still want to buy the american federal government. and then they know that it will. go to the blog where he spilled details about p.b.s. those dirty laundry and it works due to this being the sheriff's most contentious critic for years to get led to for his website to get featuring mostly comments about go this family the sheriff's wife system and takes that these websites remains a thorn in palm beach county sheriff's sights and feeling relieved c.b.s. is critical to simms hosts. chances for evidence of touching even computer crime. in the guise of a true american it's called back with
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a little film refuse to rush it. for the better part of your point that. i don't think they wanted if i thought struck on seven five charlie myself but i wanted to leave work in two thousand and two i was bored actually i was you know i had been in the marine corps before that and now that i was out of the marine corps i needed something to do that was more adventurous than office work. and police work was definitely interesting you go in for your. daily lineup you know you got a suspended license with. the patterson guy. over there no i'd
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be furious five brought my car though shot in a light some do with a suspended license driving around that's just wrong brother but after that you just start going to different calls. take a listen. and the calls could be mean it could be a child abuse it could be domestic it could be a murder you just you know i never knew. that's. a good. i'm taken here and i'm told the court i don't really got a choice as a police officer you know my opinion is you know finding fault finding creative solutions to solve a myriad of. problems here's what i'm going to do for you. milledge out of my car. only a new way. clever and still tony clark. didn't.
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yell at you get him out please move. me. but i think god is. going to decision legitimately score memes one hundred if only. you would have. the macho one not much want. to. always believe he was a credible person i mean he is he's got a strange personality but. i don't think he's ever lied to me i think he's always been forthcoming he's always answered the questions that i was asking him and i think that he was. right in the his. battles against law enforcement. the
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first time i noticed something wasn't right and least work was pretty much when we first started. going to work in the ality cold in the park. so in the video you can see i was trying to be. because our drug enforcement you see. one of my jobs was conducting valence on the drug dealers figuring out they were selling their product you. know making sure the field people knew exactly what they were buying and. course i was wearing a suit and i would be in the bushes you know for. forty yards away just right across the street. if you. go.
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after a while you kind of get to know all the drug dealers who they are. yeah mayor. funds and other council people. he says. it's like. an entire criminal organization the corruption in palm beach county it's not something that you can smell or touch or anything like that it's more sort of you know it's not and when the expectations look we chief were we shouldn't be arresting these people we should let them feel their drugs and we should park in the parking lot. just to make sure that no rival drug gangs would come by and shoot them. it was very bizarre. i had requested a transfer to follow one of my friends out to the city of belgrade which is. really
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really crime ridden part of county. it's a tough neighborhood there's a lot of drugs. there mostly minorities it's hard work and they assigned him there because he was a good guy he could get things done. and. we had a guy by the name of brant ray-ban he was a sergeant and he was he had a small group of guys and you just run around just rudely beating minorities show show me where you got cut. it was just simply physically abusing african-american citizens. it was business models and to wear a hat what he called himself the punisher as per the criticism district. after they would beat them and they were sufficiently bloody it would take their photographs and post them on facebook right captions like you know how they fell down the
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stairs. i took the screen shots from ray-bans facebook page and i sent them to internal affairs they didn't want to escape or even so instead they started investigating who sent the postings who's ratting out these cops that are running around committing these crimes and of course they found me some of the deputy sheriffs who absolutely love mark for what he did and there are those that. can stand. there skelton he's my eight year old son and my daughter she's ten years old. really is a really great to mess. my
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son has. i like think you have my brain he's a very smart kid. not thinking i'm very smart but you know maybe maybe a little bit but he's willing probably smart does the daughter of hallmarks. of forty and they're just really wonderful kids and i miss them so much. my kids live in palm beach gardens with their mother my ex kelly i haven't seen them in two years.
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and i think about it all the time i haven't seen my kids in two years you know it's like i'm missing their entire life and they're missing growing up with. their dad the hardest thing for work when he left was you know leaving his family leaving his children. and that broke his heart. by looking doing your part and i think it was two thousand and five and i went to work for the palm beach county sheriff's office won't be just one of the. communities in the united states. it was a good reason why. i don't live there for a long time it's because he.


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