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"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS morning to you. I'm Cheryl Simone, three things to note. Six fifteen on the Justice department says President Trump illegally directed illegal payments. That is to buy the silence of two women who claims of extramarital affairs threatened his campaign. The filing does stopped short of accusing Trump of committing a crime to a federal appeals court says a Connecticut police officer, he used a stun gun on a twelve year old deaf boy acted reasonably and can't be sued by the boy's parents police say officer, Paul John Fratto shot the boy with a stun gun at the American school for the death after the boy assaulted a teacher and ignored officer commands which had been translated into sign language and three what led the NYPD to shackle and handcuff a pregnant woman to a hospital bed. WCBS quarterback Rosenberg took a look the woman who is remaining anonymous was arrested in February on a misdemeanor charge. She says it was from September of twenty. Seventeen she was forty weeks pregnant at the time and went into labor in a Bronx holding cell. What happened next Donna Lieberman with the New York? Civil Liberties Union says never should be NYPD notwithstanding state law prohibiting shackling of pregnant women. Shackles a pregnant woman during transport during labor through childbirth in blatant violation of the law, her constitutional rice and basic common humanity, and it all happened. According to a lawsuit the woman filed as hospital staff at Montefiore medical center were protesting the officers. Those officers told doctors that shackling was NYPD policy for the NYPD wouldn't confirm that with me only saying in a statement that it is reviewing the allegations, very carefully. And we'll wait to comment before. All the facts are in MAC, Rosenberg WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty WCBS CBS news time six seventeen hate crimes are on the rise in New York. And some lawmakers say it's time to put some teeth behind a response WCBS Steve burns has more from city hall. There have been three hundred thirty one hate crimes in New York City. So far this year about one every day says councilman high Deutsche that's five. Percent increase over last year. We need to understand what the mode is are here in New York. City of those hate crimes Bill in the city council to investigate that and more through renew mayoral level agency, we want the."