Raw Scanner Audio from 2 of the Shootings In Montgomery County Maryland – 844-292-1318 legal aid Montgomery Alabama

Police are looking into the possibility the man who shot and killed his estranged wife in the parking lot of a Beltsville, Maryland, high school is also responsible for a deadly triple shooting at a Montgomery County mall, Prince George’s County police say. Eulalio Tordil, 62, followed his estranged wife, 44-year-old Gladys Tordil, onto the property of High Point High School Thursday afternoon and shot her as she sat in her SUV, police said. Gladys Tordil died at the scene. A bystander who tried to intervene in the altercation was also wounded, Prince George’s County Police Chief Hank Stawinski said at a news conference Thursday. The next day, one person was killed and two others were critically injured outside Westfield Montgomery mall in Bethesda, Maryland. Police believe the shooter was a stranger to the victims.
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Tordil is at large, and police have not said anything about who the suspect in the second shooting may be. But Montgomery County police have asked the FBI for assistance investigating whether Tordil is responsible for both shootings. Tordil is 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 165 pounds. Police say he is armed and dangerous. Tordil is a law enforcement officer with the Federal Protective Service, according to federal and state law enforcement officials. The Federal Protective Service is a Homeland Security agency responsible for security at federal buildings and some foreign embassies in the Washington area. The Department of Homeland Security says Tordil was placed on administrative duties in March, after a protective order was issued against him. He was later placed on administrative leave and required to surrender his government-issued weapons, badge, and credentials.
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Ron Paul – 2011 NFRA Straw Poll Speech (improved audio) – 844-292-1318 legal aid Tuscaloosa Alabama

Ron Paul gave a speech at the 2011 National Federation of Republican Assemblies in Des Moines, IA on October 29, 2011. He spoke to a crowd of 600 people and won the event’s straw poll with 82% of the vote. Dr. Paul spoke about foreign policy, monetary policy, the Federal Reserve, citizen rights, government secrecy, illegal assassinations, the Patriot Act, and his 2012 budget proposal.

Jump to different topics:
@3:16 4th Amendment, 9/11, Patriot Act
@4:00 Federal Reserve transparency, housing bubble, Fed trillion bailout, end the Fed
@6:20 monetary reform, IMF, debt crisis, gold standard, sound money, legal tender
@9:45 whistleblowers, government secrecy, Solyndra, Fast and Furious
@12:00 foreign policy blunders, Daniel Ellsberg, wikileaks, Iraq, declaration of war
@13:45 UN resolutions for war, Iraq, currency inflation
@13:35 limited government, transparency, 50,000 SWAT break-ins, warrantless searches
@16:35 Dennis Blair, Obama policy of citizen assassinations, al-Awlaki, al-Awlaki’s son, drone strikes, Pakistan, civil war, foreign aid, Karzai, noninterventionist foreign policy
@20:35 debt crisis, fiat currency, monetary policy, cut military spending, keep entitlements for now, trillion cuts elsewhere
@22:25 free society, liberty, young people, irate minority, economic distribution, poverty, natural rights
@25:00 free society vs. authoritarianism, sacrifice liberties, rule of law

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Combs, Carmen – Audio Oral History Interview – CSWA – 844-292-1318 Iowa legal aid

Interviewed by Elizabeth McBroom on August 14, 1990.

An interview with Carmen Combs as she discusses her early childhood in Iowa; graduation from Yale School of Law in 1927; early law practice; work at USC in Legal Aid Clinic; work with “Okie” families; referee in juvenile courts in Los Angeles area; House of Good Shepherd and Boys Republic; detention of children at McClaren Hall; appointment from Earl Warren to city’s advisory committee; career with League of Women Voters and issues addressed; involvement with grand jury investigations; “Woman of the Year” award; volunteer for Pasadena School District; work with League of Women Voters and its involvement with migrant workers; philosophy as working mother; changes in child welfare and lives of children; effectiveness of social welfare agencies in working with juvenile delinquents; opinion of probation officers.

Carmen Combs was an attorney who spent a number of years as a referee in the Juvenile Court of Los Angeles. She also was an active volunteer in various committees and organizations that focused on juvenile justice and related issues. Among her activities was work with the Legal Aid Society, Los Angeles; the University of Southern California Center on Law and Poverty; the Governor’s (Warren) Committee on Juvenile Justice; the League of Women Voters; and the Boys’ and Girls’ Republic. This interview describes some of her activities in these organizations.

To view a transcript of the interview, visit https://libraries.usc.edu/california-social-welfare-archives-oral-history-catalog

The California Social Welfare Archives (CSWA), established in 1979, is a non-profit organization operating under the auspices of the USC School of Social Work and affiliated with the University Libraries. It collects and preserves documents and personal histories of significant contributions to the evolution of social welfare ensuring their availability to future generations — students, teachers, historians, and researchers. Collection activity includes gathering and archiving social welfare materials of historical significance, conducting oral history interviews with contributors to social welfare solutions in California, and creating events to publicly recognize significant contributors to California social welfare.

Visit us at http://www.usc.edu/libraries/archives/arc/libraries/cswa and http://www.socialworkhallofdistinction.org. The California Social Welfare Archives (CSWA), established in 1979, is a non-profit organization operating under the auspices of the USC School of Social Work and affiliated with the University Libraries. It collects and preserves documents and personal histories of significant contributors to the evolution of social welfare ensuring their availability to future generations – students, teachers, historians, and researchers. Collection activity includes gathering, preserving, and making available social welfare materials of historical significance, conducting oral history interviews with contributors to social welfare solutions in California, and creating events to publicly recognize significant contributors to California social welfare.

Visit us at http://www.usc.edu/cswa and http://www.socialworkhallofdistinction.org