Wbz Tv, Brockton, Boston discussed on WBZ Morning News

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With you every step of the way and if you can't be with us on the radio take us with you on the go to win the I heart radio app what exactly pushes a crowd of protesters to resort to violence well former Boston police commissioner ed Davis tells WBZ TV often violence begins with a small incident that very few people that's what what we're hoping for all the the damage and then violence occurred in Brockton is that an indication is it just a coincidence that there were thousands of people here in Boston in there was no damage but they were just a few hundred and then brought them in it wants to a lot of fireworks fired one story and so is that with the trouble makers want some questions of police will be asking right now former commissioner Davis would know a thing or two about crowd control having been at the helm of Boston police during and after the Boston Marathon bombings in two thousand thirteen Massachusetts National Guard is placed a soldier on inactive status and is now investigating claims that appeared on social media from him that he can't wait to shoot rioters National Guard has been activated for weeks to assist with covert nineteen response in greater Boston was deployed again Sunday night to help stamp out the unrest in the downtown area and remains on hand as long as needed all right it's eight thirty eights where are getting closer to the opening bell on Wall Street and thing so far have been looking pretty good let's check in again with Bloomberg business here's Tom Busby all things are looking better after a real shocker from ADP which says only two point seven million private sector jobs were wiped out in may far fewer than the nine million expected and the twenty two million back in April more Americans back on the job as businesses reopened now that may change expectations for this Friday's jobs report forecasts call for another seven and a half million cuts along with the unemployment rate of nearly twenty percent but I'm all street that sending Dow futures even higher up two hundred thirty six points now also helping optimism about a rebound in the economy and another rise last week in mortgage applications for new home purchases that's the seventh week in a row hi Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio the president's controversial photo op that still has America and the administration talking that story is on the way next it's eight.

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