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The Charlie Kirk Show
Jack Posobiec Unpacks the Latest Manifestation of Antifa Extremism
"Let's place a piece of tape here. This is the Fox report play cut 27. The Atlanta police department is describing Sunday's clash with protesters as a coordinated attack against law enforcement in this video released by the Atlanta PD. You can see things get violent pretty quickly at the site of the $90 million city proposed police and firefighter training facility often referred to as cop city. You see protesters, many dressed in black, many with their faces covered through a large rocks, bricks, fireworks, and molotov cocktails at police. Some of those projectiles just narrowly missing officers who is that guy protesters, protesters. Who are you? What is that guy? That's not a protest. That guy shouldn't be allowed on television. Protesters actually, I actually didn't check that guy's name. I didn't catch it there, but whoever that guy's not tweeted at, that's ridiculous. That's an insult. These are domestic terrorists. Let's show the aerial footage. This is what that clown just called a protest. Doesn't know what he's talking about. He's reading some screen. Let's watch this here. So there's no sound here. We're just going to narrate it, Jack, you can do it alongside me. So folks need to understand what you're looking at. So the white is heat the black is cold. So you see when the clouds come over a little bit, there are some heat there because of the moisture. So what you're looking at is a crowd of 50 to 60 now it switches over to optical image right there. So you're looking at 50 to 60 militants that are spilling out following a path through the forest into this police training facility $90 million. And in fact, there may have been actually, if you look at that, there may be as many as a hundred bears, Charlie. You're looking at a platoon. So how are we looking at military operations? Only 23. Oh, so where are the rest?
The Charlie Kirk Show
Treehouse Antifa Sacks CopCity With Jack Posobiec
"Have down here in Atlanta. Is this situation where when we were told, you know, we're told in the media, we're told in the press, 23 protesters arrested by police and left wing sources are out there saying this, go and watch these videos because we've got flir video from overhead drone imagery that's infrared forward looking infrared flir. Of a crowd that looks to me like 50 to 60 strong in a coordinated attack, spilling forth from the Woods at a police training facility outside of Atlanta, Georgia. This is run by the Atlanta police department. Now Charlie, you remember, as well as I, that it's the left that is always saying the police needs to be better trained. It's always the left saying the police should have, they should have shot him in the arm. They should have tried deescalation. They should have tried everything else. Well, the police said, okay, fine, we're going to go into the Woods and set up a training facility and we're going to do just that. Well, antifa is now attacking it. And people want to laugh about the left using violence. The people want to say, oh, they're not that great at it. Oh, they suck at it, et cetera, et cetera. Guess what? They're actually out there doing it. Because they have something in their movement that I don't always see on the right, and that's called moral clarity. They actually and truly believe in the violent actions that they are doing. And I'm not saying the right should ever condone violence, but my point is the right needs moral clarity in our in our positions and in our values if we were actually going to fight to take back this country. These are the people who fervently believe in destroying our country, tearing it down because they hate the people that run the place now. They hate the people who founded it. They hate our institutions, and they hate the west. And it's as simple as that. You don't need all of the philosophy and ideology to understand. They just hate you, and they want to take away everything that you have. But do we know who the ringleader of this was? This was a domestic leader. This was a domestic terror attack. We don't know specifically who the ringleader was yet, but they call themselves hashtag stop cop city.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Robyn Pfaffman: Rioters Detained at Atlanta Police Training Site
"Antifa down there, going to war with the police and nobody's talking about it on the national stage. Yeah, it's really it's a scary situation, basically I'll sum it up in about 30 seconds for you. There is a parcel of land. Acres and acres right on the edge of Atlanta between Fulton and da cab county. And they are putting up a 90 million that's 9 zero million police and fire training academy. Wouldn't you think that after everything we've been through with George Floyd, BLM, all sorts of cases that have gone on that you would want your police firefighters EMS first responders trained at a new facility, one would think, right? Except that you have this very organized funded by whoever flying people in from out of state. You had people here from Utah, Colorado, Massachusetts, Maine, and then you had two foreign dudes, one from France and one from Canada. How did they get here? Last I looked, those tickets are over a $1000 one way or round trip to Atlanta, Georgia. It's not cheap to fly anymore. And here they are. All these outside agitators with the exception of one guy from the southern poverty law center that left wing institution. He was arrested and now luckily they're facing a domestic terrorism charges, so at least they're not going to be getting out in a revolving door. These people actually have to hire attorneys for setting it on fire. They set some equipment on fire. They set a police car on fire. They were throwing bricks sticks, rocks, shooting off firecrackers at the police. They deserve what they get.
"atlanta police" Discussed on WTOP
"Now for four Americans who are kidnapped late last week in the Mexican border town of Matamoros, more from CBS Christian Benavidez. Their car had North Carolina license plates. You go into Mexico and they can identify you as an American citizen. They look at you as a quick money maker. Michael vigil is the former head of international operations for the drug enforcement administration. What happened in Mexico doesn't surprise you? And does not surprise me because kidnapping is a cottage industry. 23 people are facing domestic terrorism charges now after a protest at the site of a proposed police and fire training facility near Atlanta. Details from CBS nor O'Donnell. Activists dressed all in black, attacked the construction site in officers late Sunday with fireworks, molotov cocktails, rocks and bricks, the police chief says many of those arrested were from outside Atlanta and their goal was anarchy. In Northern California, rescue crews are conducting safety checks of people buried in their homes by heavy snow. Reporter Andrew hopner has been out in it. Sheriff's deputies are taking out the four by fours for wellness checks. There was a lady who had an emergency in the ambulance. They walked in about a quarter mile to get to her. Quite a few people saying that this is among the snowiest winters that they have ever seen up here in amador county. The only real concern still getting the snow off the roofs as fast as possible before the next big dump of snow. California will no longer do business with one of the nation's largest pharmacy chains, more on the decision by governor Gavin Newsom from CBS deferment in Los Angeles. His tweet follows Walgreens announcement that it will not send abortion pills by mail to 20 conservative led states. The pharmacy made the announcement after attorney generals in those states said Walgreens
The Officer Tatum Show
"atlanta police" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"It was on it was on CBS actually, I believe. Interesting. Rick, thank you so much for the call. Thank you so much for the car I really appreciate it. That's a great idea. I think I should, you know, maybe we could reach out to them. You know, I'm just, I think people see me on YouTube and on radio and they park the online brand is just hot head and he's a radical. But in person, I think I'm a lot more calm and I'm a lot more calculated. You know, I'm not gonna get on the show and be arguing with these women and stuff like that. I don't think I would. And I'm not gonna let them punk me and talk over me and all the rest of the stuff. But you know, I think I would come across as very reasonable. And very confident that I'm not just, you know, like I'm confident in this stuff I say because I'm not reading talking points. Like these things I've researched these things I understand and so when I argue with these people or when I have a debate with these people I'm very confident about the things that I say. And therefore I don't have to get upset. I don't have to yell. I don't have to scream in nobody. I don't have to feel any kind of white any kind of way. I'm already, you know, I already know that what I'm saying is right. Because I've done a research in a lot of times these people don't do any research. If I were to tell them that black people get white people get killed more than black people do, this would be a shocker to them. And they haven't looked at any research in the first thing they're going to say, but it's more white people. Well, that's not an argument, because every person on earth is not patrolled. If you look at, you know, the same people that saying, always bought us more white people claim that black communities are over patrolled. Well, you just already made the argument against your own statement. If black communities are over patrolled, then that means that they are over represented in police engagement. And if they are dying less than white people who are less represented in police engagement, that tells you something. That white people are disproportionately being killed if you look at the amount of police engagement in the community versus somebody's inner city communities. And we all know it, like I just said earlier in the show, I said,
The Officer Tatum Show
Brandon Doesn't Mind If He Doesn't Get an Invite to Mar-a-Lago
"All right, I'm done talking about Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis. I know a lot of people and they feelings about it. But I just got to tell it like I feel it. And I like Donald Trump, and I feel bad that I have to say this about him because, you know, I would love to go to Mar-a-Lago and do some of the other stuff and maybe, you know, I don't know, he's sending him a sample to my energy drink or something like that one day, but you know, I really tell the truth and be kissing somebody but just for favors and hanging out and being cool. I've never been that person, man. And listen, I'm really an introvert. I really don't like being around people in the first place. So if I don't get invited to Mar-a-Lago for an event, I don't give a flying flip. I'd rather be at home with my family and my wife and my kid. You know, hanging out, having a good time, being with the staff here at my headquarters. And I don't ever need to be invited to stuff, but see some people don't feel that way. Some people got to keep their hook, you know, 'cause they got donors and they got stuff like that. So they gotta keep the hook in. And it's nothing against them. I don't blame them. If that's your business model, don't miss your business model up. You can divert from these conversations. You move on to the next. If that's what you want to do, but for me, I honestly just say things how I feel them. And I want people to understand that when I say things is that I mean them. I'm not saying that because I feel like I need to say it. I really mean it. I really believe it. And I know there's a lot of people that agree with me. And sometimes they want to say, but they just can't say it because they don't want to get canceled. I understand.
The Officer Tatum Show
"atlanta police" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"8 on a four relief. The officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, general ladies, let me give you some advice if you are ever doing radio show. Do not eat while you're on the radio. Every time I come after the break, I literally got snacks in my mouth. Don't judge me. Anyway, the Disney empire is self proclaimed, is the self proclaimed happiest place on earth. Well, we all know that it ain't true. If you understand what's going on, they're literally pushing gay and transgender propaganda. Your kids may not know what's going on, but adults. If you got a brain stem, you should know what's going on. In a new movie, walk this intended kingdom, I want to say disenchanted dragon, but that's not it. While it's a disenchanted kingdom, you'll see how Disney executives are purposely exposing young children to the LGBTQ agenda in their fams and also at the theme parks. They're trying to seize the minds of your children as early as possible to encourage kids to question their sexuality. Grooming kids with the gay and transgender message and producing one anti Catholic movie after the next. See it for yourself, you don't have to believe be Tatum. Go and watch Walt, disenchanted kingdom, presented by the Catholic league, available for free right now and Salem now dot com. Now, the Disney theme park has stopped using gender greetings, which is absolutely as anonymous. Disney's Disney's condemned the Florida bill that Barr teaching young students about sexuality and gender identity, which has sparked controversy amongst Disney employees and Disney's been denounced by the Catholic league altogether. You're here from Brent bozell, founder of the media research center, Bill donohue, president of the Catholic league, I interviewed him a few days ago. Tony Perkins president of the family research council plus David Horowitz, doctor Brennan Carson, and New York Post's Miranda Devine, hosted by Mercedes schlapp and will
The Officer Tatum Show
Why Is Donald Trump Bashing Ron DeSantis?
"Right, let me get back to the Donald Trump run to Santa's Donald Trump also said an interview if he runs speaking of desantis, that's fine. I'm way up in the polls. He's going to have to do what he wants to do, but he may run. Okay. Then he goes off and he says about disloyalty. He says, I do think it would be a great act of disloyalty because, you know, I got him in. He had no chance. His political life was over. Trump said. Now, let me just say this. You know, you know, some people just don't learn from anything. And people used to always say Donald Trump is very arrogant person. Donald Trump, he's a narcissist. And I really didn't see that in Donald Trump. And now I'm starting to see some signs of this. I don't know why his handlers and people aren't just saying leave desantis alone. Because when you talk about him, it makes in desantis isn't saying anything about Trump. It's not like they're going back and forth. You know, it's like dating some woman or dating something man. And you know it's over. And they still messaging you. They still texting you text. I miss you, but you like, I ain't texting you not one time 'cause it's done. When I said it was done, it was done. You living rent free in their head. You didn't move on to somebody else. They still text you, like, hey, I'm in the area. What's up? You're like, you did in the water. I don't even know why you texted me. I would block you, but I'm not that petty. This is the same similar situation with Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis. Like, Donald Trump is still talking about him, but he ain't paying no attention to Donald Trump. And the reason why is because these two people are grown men, and this is not the way grown men
The Officer Tatum Show
Memphis Police Chief Fired From Previous Job Over Sex Crimes Probe
"Go watch my video on YouTube, but they also Tatum on YouTube and I give you some of the tea of the Memphis police chief and her involvement with covering up a potential child, I would say child alleged child molestation ring thing that was going on. She covered it up and because allegedly, her best friend, one of her good friends, husband was involved. And she ended up getting fired once they realized she was suppressing the investigation and it wasn't going to go anywhere. And then when the FBI got involved, the federal government got involved, they ended up arresting the officer that was involved in it. Or at least the rest of the man that was involved in it. And he ended up going to prison, but you know. Bad beget bad. She should have never been a leader. I call these people affirmative action hires. It's because they need a black face to represent the department, not because of merit. But because they're black. And then they hire people that are not qualified. Should never been a leader and it makes me sick to my stomach. Look, put up the right people. Put up somebody that's going to do a good job, not somebody that matches the skin tone.
The Officer Tatum Show
Tom Brady Says He's Retiring 'For Good'
"Tom Brady announced announces his retirement from football for good. A 45 year old NFL star posted a video message to fans on Twitter. He said, I'll get to the point right away. He said you're doing a message. I'm retiring for good. Now, I think he retired for good a little too late. Or maybe it was right on time. When your wife leaves you and it appears that you pick football, not you, it appears that your passion was the play another season and it appears from the outside looking in that the wife was not okay with it. He did it anyway and it became a strain in their relationship. Maybe it has been a strain over several years to be honest, I think that you got to be such a trashy woman to leave your man because he's pursuing his passion. Now I don't know if that's the case here, but it does seem kind of weird that she leaves him in his last year planning NFL and then now he officially retires. I think it's a good thing. Maybe he played long enough. He's giving his life and his talents and his time and effort and energy to fans more so, you know, more so than your family. You can't spend that much time with your family when you're gone all the time traveling all the time, playing for different teams. You know, you got to study fam. You got to go to practice. You got to get rehab. I mean, being a football player takes a lot of energy. And people may not understand that. They don't just show up at the game and have fun, right? You got to watch film for hours as a team. And then if you watch film as an individual, you're watching film even longer. And when they play when they play a football game, 60 minutes of punishment, they have to go to rehab. When I say rehab, I'm not talking about a psychological rehab, which some of them may have to go to psychological rehab. But they have to go to a physical rehab. I mean, you got to get massages, you got to get stem on your legs, you know, you have to get all of these different things to make sure you're operating in full capacity. So it's a very significant strain on your family on yourself. And I think that when a person of football player dedicates his life and craft to the game, his family take a hit a little bit.
AP News Radio
Violent protest in downtown Atlanta over killing of activist
"A peaceful protest in downtown Atlanta turned violence Saturday in the wake of the death of an activist killed by authorities last week. What started as a peaceful march up Atlanta's famed peachtree street turned violent when a smaller group of protesters with rocks and fireworks in front of the Atlanta police foundation broke windows and lit a police car on fire on Wednesday a small group was protesting the site of a planned public safety training center that they dubbed cop city when authorities cleared that group. They say a 26 year old activist shot and wounded an officer. That person was shot and killed by police, but activists questioned the official version of events calling it a murder and demanding an independent investigation. I'm Julie Walker
"atlanta police" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The police and corporations are enacting upon the lani forest. Honored Portuguese his legacy by embodying their joyous bravery. Portuguese presence on this earth is a gift that will keep on giving for generations to come. It is time for people to join this movement and to say no to this pointless escalation by the police. That was an anonymous statement by an Atlanta forest defender sent to democracy now. His voice disguised. Vigils for the slain forest defender church Gita have taken place from Los Angeles to Minneapolis to Charlotte to Chicago in Atlanta. Activists held a vigil the night of the shooting and are planning a march on Saturday. For more we go to Atlanta to speak with kamau Franklin, founder of the organization community movement builders. Camaro welcome back to democracy now. Can you please tell us what you understood happened? Well, we are very little information on what take place besides which earlier the recording just said, that the only version of events that's really been released to the public has been the police version, the police narrative, which we should say, the corporate media has ran away with. To our knowledge so far, we find it less than likely that the police version of events is what really happened. The idea that he was sitting in a tent and fired out of the tent at basically a S.W.A.T. team to cap county police, Atlanta police and Georgia state troopers who were there in great numbers to do the raid that they conducted in the park. And the idea is that this person shot and their navy fired back. As a little Intel that we have, residents said that they heard a blast of gunshots all at once. At night, one blast and a return of fire. Also, there's been no other information released. We don't know how many times this young person was hit with bullets. We don't know the areas in which this person was hit. We don't know if this is potentially a friendly fire incident, all we know is what the version of the police has given. And that's why we're calling for an independent investigation, not when it's done by the Georgia bureau of investigation, not when it's done by any federal authority, but a complete independent investigation. Because that's the only way we're going to know what really happened. But right now, based on what we do know, we can not say anything except that this is probably a political assassination. This is something that could have been prevented. There is no reason for them to take the tactics that they did in terms of going into the forest with weapons in hand with pepper spray with the live ammunition to go shoot forest offenders who were engaging in civil disobedience and direct action politics. Come out, Franklin, can we step back and talk about what cop city proposed cop city is and why people are encamped there? Top city is an idea that came after the 2020 uprisings by the city of Atlanta, the Atlanta police department into Atlanta, the Atlanta foundation, Atlanta police foundation. The idea basically is that they want to develop a militarized police base that's right next to a black and brown working class community. And by building this space, they want to cut down over a hundred acres of force, they want to develop an area where there's a room for explosive testing, explosives testing over 12 firing ranges, a place where there's a Blackhawk helicopter landing pad, a training center for them to practice crowd control. We should also mention that they are engaged in international training with the Israeli police, and so we think this project really is the beginning of a militarized police base here in Atlanta, which will be the largest facility of its kind in the country. And the reason for doing this coming out of the uprisings we believe is to stop movement politics and movement, building in Atlanta to coordinate efforts across the country with other police departments and now internationally to stop movement building and we think this is going to be further sort of terroristic action on black and brown communities by a police state, which is out of control at this particular stage. Come out, you had a peace and truth out. And I wanted to it was headlined MLK's vision lives on in Atlanta's fight against new police training facility. Interestingly, in 2021, the city of Atlanta announced plans for cop city saying it was to carry on the city's civil rights legacy of Martin Luther King and others. Can you talk about this? Yeah, I mean, we live in a dystopia where the legacy of doctor king is being used by city officials, the same city officials who say that they love good trouble. They love John Lewis. They love doctor king. When doctor king was alive, doctor king was working against police brutality and police militarization. Doctor Kean poignantly stated that the police themselves harassed and are open to and conduct raids on communities. Obviously, doctor king was surveilled by the FBI, a local police task force along with federal police task force that they harassed doctor king. They said a letter to doctor king to kill himself. And so these tactics and different ways continue today. The cop city task force, which has developed between the FBI, the decap county police department, the Atlanta police department, and several other agencies, Homeland Security, is basically a task force to stop out movement activity because they're afraid that the protesters, the various types of protests that are happening are getting the word out that no one has asked for cop city, any survey that's been done has shown that 70% of the lanterns have been against the building of this facility, but yet they went ahead and decided to build it anyway. And now that there's a protest movement against it, they're using all actions all everything in their capability and capacity to stop this movement. And now they've turned to the idea of actually murdering protesters as a way to stop people from going into the forest and to stop the defenders of defending the force. Last December, the Atlanta forest defender turgida, who was shot dead by police this week, was featured in an article headlined the forest for the trees that was written by David peisner, published on the bitter southerner. In the piece, her two Gita says, quote, we get a lot of support from people who live here. And that's important because we went through nonviolence. We're not going to beat them at violence, but we can beat them in public opinion in the courts even. They're also quoted saying, this is my home now. We've built a nice community here. It's about reclaiming the parks and public space. The Atlanta community press collective also wrote tortuga quote spent their time between Atlanta, defending the forest from destruction and coordinating mutual aid for the movement and Florida, where they helped build housing and low income communities hit hardest by the hurricane. They were a trained medic, a loving partner, a dear friend, a brave soul, and so much more. And towards name, we continue to fight to protect the forests and stop cop city with love rage and
AP News Radio
2 teens dead, multiple injured in shooting over social media dispute
"Police in Atlanta say what began as a dispute online erupted into a shooting that's left two teens dead. Atlanta police say two teenage boys have been shot dead and three more kids were wounded. In a shootout and an apartment complex. They say there was some type of argument on social media that escalated to gunfire. One group armed with guns went to the apartment. And then the other group also armed also fired their weapons. The gunfight spilled outside where a 14 and 16 year old boy were found dead. The wounded include a 15 year old girl and two boys, just 11 years old. The deputy police chief in Atlantis
WNYC 93.9 FM
"atlanta police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Are being dismissed against two Atlanta police officers involved in the deadly shooting of a black man outside of fast food restaurant in 2020. Raoul valley from member station W ABE takes a closer look at the decision in the death of rayshard Brooks. Atlanta police officers were first called out to the Wendy's for someone who had fallen asleep in their car while in the drive-through line. Officers Devin Brosnan and eventually Garrett rolfe responded engaging in a calm 40 minute conversation. When officers tried to arrest Brooks for DY, that's when things turned deadly. Special prosecutor Pete scandal akis. Officers had no way of knowing or anticipating that within seconds of this encounter, both would be attacked by Brooks and that Brooks would overpower them, take the taser from one of them, fire the stolen taser, both of them, and then attempt to escape while continuing to fire the taser at the pursuing officer. That's when officer Ralph opened fire hitting Brooks twice. On Tuesday scandal latkes and his co counsel Danny Porter spent more than an hour explaining the decision during a press conference which included showing still images from multiple videos of the events leading up to the deadly shooting. Porter addressed questions about Brooks being hit in the back while running away. In this case, officer ros first shot was fired while Brooks was still aiming the taser at him. All three shots were fired in approximately .56 seconds. L Chris Stewart and attorney for rayshard Brooks family takes issue with deadly force being used as Brooks ran away instead of when officers were physically struggling with Brooks. They didn't know if he was reaching for a gun or whatever. They could have used deadly force. And I would have backed any officer that did it. But they did not. They did not. They chose not to. When they were justified. But they decided to use lethal force as a man was running away 19 feet away. On a larger level Stewart says the issue is that a jury or grand jury never got to consider the case. Oh, we're asking is that the community resolves these situations when it's close call? And it goes to a grand jury. Letting the people decide. Stewart says the path now is a civil suit against the city
AP News Radio
Officer won’t face any charges in Rayshard Brooks shooting
"And Atlanta police officer who fatally shot a black man won't be charged The specially appointed prosecutor says he won't pursue charges against officer Garrett Roth the white officer who shot and killed 27 year old Richard Brooks in June 2020 or officer Devin Brosnan Pete scanda lack has says the officers were in what he calls a dynamic situation in which he concluded it was reasonable for off to use deadly force Roth and brosman responded to complaints of a man sleeping in the drive-through lane at a Wendy's restaurant After talking to Brooks for
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"atlanta police" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"No crimes, both acted as reasonable officers would under the facts and circumstances of the events of that night. Both acted in accordance with well established law and were justified in the use of force regarding the situation. The death of Richard Brooks sparked massive protest in Atlanta in 2020, prosecutors say Atlanta police and the Georgia bureau of investigation were alerted before the announcement today was made. Atlanta mayor Andre Dickens reacted to the special prosecutor's decision not to charge the two police officers in a statement, Dickens expressed condolences to Brooks family and says he respects the role prosecutors played in the case. Dickens says over the past two years, the Atlanta police department has made reforms and enhance training on how to deescalate confrontations. Atlanta city councilman, Antonio Lewis, who represents the district where Brooks died says he disagrees with the prosecutor's decision. In a statement, Louis says he is pained by the dismissal of the charges. He says Brooks was asleep in a drive-through. And while he understands a need for accountability, Brooks, he says, did not have to lose his life. We'll have much more on this decision throughout the program this afternoon here on all things considered, amplifying Atlanta. This is 90.1 W ABE. Our time is four O 6. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Angie, formerly Angie's list, dedicated to helping homeowners tackle home projects from everyday repairs to dream remodels. Reviews, pricing, and booking are at Angie dot com or on the Angie app. This is all things considered from NPR news, I marry Louise Kelly, and I'm Ari Shapiro, the Senate is as close as it can get. 50 50. Democrats only control it because they have The White House. And while Republicans are favored to win the house, this fall, the Senate is considered up in the air. Democrats are growing more confident that they can retain control. NPR senior political editor and correspondent to medical montanaro has a new analysis up on NPR dot org looking at the top ten Senate races to watch. Hi domenico? Hey Ari, you want to list the ten for us? We're not going to go we're not going to go that straight out. Okay. Look, because the Senate is 50 50, right? Republicans have to net one more seat than Democrats to gain control. And the Senate majority is really going to be determined by these ten states, but the parties are really focusing on 6. And of those Republicans are on offense in four of them. Georgia, Arizona, Nevada, and New Hampshire. Democrats meanwhile have just two targets in the top 6, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, and in Wisconsin, their Ron Johnson is pretty unpopular the incumbent but Republicans say he's grinding out a good on the ground campaign despite early polls showing democratic lieutenant governor Mandela Barnes with elite. This isn't the first time that you have looked at the top ten Senate races in the country. So how is the map shifting? The fact that Democrats feel like they've got a good chance of retaining control seems to be a relatively recent development, right? Yeah, I mean, back in April, last time I did this analysis, Republicans I talked to were growing confident that they were going to win the Senate, but now after the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade and a slate of pro Trump candidates won GOP primaries, this very much looks like a jump ball. Abortion is really shifted things. Frankly, I mean, democratic fundraising has gone through the roof. Democrats have narrowed the enthusiasm gap with Republicans because of it. But Republicans still have some fundamental advantages this cycle because of those high prices with inflation and President Biden being pretty unpopular. How do you see abortion playing out as a campaign issue on the trail? Well, it's playing out pretty substantially. I mean, it's an issue Democrats feel they can motivate their voters with, especially women, and they're really leaning into it. They're going on offense with it, painting Republicans as extremists. Let's look at Arizona, for example, where independents are so key and Democrats are hitting Trump backed Republican Blake masters. He
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Buckhead Residents Want to Secede From Atlanta
"The wealthy suburbs that are paying all of the tax base and they're the ones that are funding the police and the fire department, but they're the ones not getting the services. They're not getting the protection of the police department because the police officers are busy taking care of crime elsewhere in the city. And a group of folks in one of the suburbs in a place called Buckhead, which really is a beautiful area of super wealthy. You have Linux bowl, you have some incredibly wealthy shops and Neiman Marcus and those kinds of places. So it's very Tony section of Atlantic. Kind of like maybe and I know our folks in games will Georgia and the north, Georgia suburbs might be able to help us out here with this, but it's almost like the Beverly Hills of Atlanta. So you have a lot of wealthy people, a lot of celebrities, music stars, athletes, and they live in this area. And the folks of Buckhead are saying, you know what? We're done. We are done. We're done with the crime. It's unbelievable how many shootings there have been at Linux mall, which again is a high dollar high end mall. But you have all these people coming in from the city. They're taking the subway and they've got a subway stop right there at the ball, and they come up, they call all sorts of mayhem, start shooting people up and then they get back on the subway and they go back home. And now the people in Buckhead are saying, yo, we're done here. We want to secede from the state or from the city of Atlanta. And we've had the people involved in this campaign, the guy in charge is named Bill white. And their argument is that they need the right to be able to create their own police force and that they're concerned that the defund the police movement has really weakened the Atlanta police department. I mean, it makes
AP News Radio
Police: 6 shot, 3 fatally at a greater Atlanta condo complex
"There's there's there's there's been been been been a a a a deadly deadly deadly deadly shooting shooting shooting shooting in in in in the the the the Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta area area area area with with with with three three three three people people people people killed killed killed killed and and and and three three three three wounded wounded wounded wounded police police police police in in in in DeKalb DeKalb DeKalb DeKalb County County County County Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia say say say say the the the the Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday night night night night shooting shooting shooting shooting took took took took place place place place in in in in a a a a condo condo condo condo complex complex complex complex near near near near Clarkston Clarkston Clarkston Clarkston to to to to the the the the east east east east of of of of Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta police police police police say say say say they they they they were were were were alerted alerted alerted alerted by by by by nine nine nine nine one one one one one one one one calls calls calls calls to to to to the the the the complex complex complex complex when when when when officers officers officers officers arrived arrived arrived arrived they they they they found found found found five five five five gunshot gunshot gunshot gunshot victims victims victims victims and and and and three three three three were were were were already already already already dead dead dead dead on on on on the the the the scene scene scene scene US US US US six six six six gunshot gunshot gunshot gunshot victim victim victim victim arrived arrived arrived arrived later later later later at at at at a a a a local local local local hospital hospital hospital hospital detectives detectives detectives detectives are are are are still still still still questioning questioning questioning questioning witnesses witnesses witnesses witnesses to to to to find find find find out out out out what what what what happened happened happened happened I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
"atlanta police" Discussed on WTOP
"U.S. Justice Department in this sweeping January 6th prosecution Roads at a handful of co defendants face this charge of seditious conspiracy the highest level charge so far This week roads made an argument to a judge to try to get out of jail until trial and the judge said no you'll remain in jail until trial One of his co defendants appeared in court a man named Edward Vallejo from Arizona He's also charged seditious conspiracy and just like roads and just like the others he pleaded not guilty Looking at a trial date of July maybe September so there's a long way to head but this right now is the epicenter of the prosecution What can you tell us about the next steps for the House select committee the January 6th committee that is looking at this whole matter They subpoenaed 14 more people 14 party activists or in some cases party officials at the local level who are accused by the committee of being part of this effort to submit false electors false Electoral College electors that they met December 14th and were planning to submit electors for Donald Trump and Mike Pence even though Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won the votes and the electors in their home states These are people from Michigan Wisconsin Pennsylvania Arizona their subpoenaed to hand over records by mid February and to come for depositions in late February Let's see if they hand over records and show up to meet the January 6th committee And we're always fascinated at the variety of people that were involved in this attack on the capitol including former police officers charged retired New York police officer named Thomas Webster his schedule for trial for April 4th Webster is accused of assaulting police at the capitol D.C. police at the capitol on January 6th He's not the only former or current police officer charged There are two from rural Virginia no longer with the force A Chicago police officer now on leave of the absence A Houston police officer who's been sentenced in pleaded guilty and Dimitri a DEA agent who was off duty that day but the feds say he brandished.
WABE 90.1 FM
"atlanta police" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"W a B E Atlanta I'm Emile Moffat This week the Atlanta police department hand delivered evidence from the Atlanta child murder's case to a private lab in Utah that specializes in analyzing deteriorated DNA The evidence in these cases 40 years old the technology for DNA testing was not available back in 1982 when a jury found 23 year old Wayne Williams guilty of two of the killings But to this day some remain skeptical that Williams was responsible for all the murders of dozens of black children across Atlanta Lou archangeli is retired from the Atlanta police department he was deputy chief and a detective on the case When we spoke earlier today he started by taking us back to the technological challenges of solving these crimes some 40 years ago Of course DNA at that time wasn't really a part of police work We don't with fingerprints witnesses and blood with the Wayne Williams case we began to deal with fibers Detective bob muffin tin found fibers on victim Eric middlebrooks and it transformed our evidence collection at the crime scenes So the evidence that they're going through now is looking at that same those things that were collected from the crime scenes in 1979 80 and 81 But a meal Please take into account that DNA evidence and DNA strands are fragile The likelihood of getting DNA evidence off of 40 year old evidence that hasn't been contained in a very climate controlled setting a sterile setting is very small What do you think are the strongest pieces of evidence against Wayne Williams Strongest evidence against Wayne Williams was presented at trial It's over 600 pieces of fiber evidence There was blood evidence presented in two of the pattern cases And of course then there were 6 eyewitnesses who linked Wayne Williams two victims right before they went missing and were subsequently found murder There have been many documentaries and podcasts and movies made about these crimes And you've taken issue with how the Atlanta police department and detectives are characterized in these portrayals Tell us what your concerns are about how you and your colleagues are portrayed Well a number of the documentaries and what I call mockumentaries portrayed the police as inept Some of them go so far as to say that the police did not care about young black victims And both of those are not true The colleagues I worked with pay careful attention to detail My colleagues were shaken by these crimes It was difficult to work a homicide I mean a 11 year old boy I saw one of those victims in the Atlanta more than it was it shattered I mean it was even now I remember seeing that skinny little boy And it bothers me We cared about these victims And so many of the documentaries have explicitly said that police didn't care about young black men or elected officials didn't care about the poor black men who were being victimless That wasn't the case Maynard Jackson petitioned the president of the United States for FBI support The documentaries did not accurately describe what was going on in the Atlanta police department or in the Atlanta political scene It was unprecedented at the time for the FBI to get involved in a local homicide investigation Unprecedented had never happened As you kind of wait for the results or what outcome you may have from those DNA tests are you hopeful that it may be able to answer questions that you still have about these cases I'm hopeful that this DNA review will reveal additional facts There's been so much interest in this case over the years that additional confirmation would be helpful It might finally convince some of the naysayers that Wayne Williams is completely 100% guilty Remember this is not the first time that DNA has been analyzed from this case In 2007 there was an analysis done on both hairs bound from one of the young black male victims and a dog hairs that were found on many of the victims The DNA analysis of the human hair that was found inside the shirt of one of the young black male victims came back as having a 98% chance of belonging to Wayne Williams The dog hairs that were found came back with a 98% chance that those dog hairs were from sheba the Williams family dog It was a mathematical certainty that Wayne Williams was guilty of having children at least 12 people Mister archangel thank you very much for your time and your insight Good night sir Angeli retired deputy chief with the Atlanta police department talking about new DNA tests taking place in the Atlanta child murder cases You're listening to all things considered on 90.1 W ABE Atlanta 5 40 at the time now glad you're along for all things considered I'm Jim beris And if you've been listening this hour you know that we're in a pretty important time period during this fall membership campaign because the W a be cornerstone society is matching dollar for dollar your gift So if you call 6 7 8 5 5 three 9 zero 9 zero right now and say donated $25 that $25 will become 50 Give $200 it will be matched to 400 So we 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Mojo In The Morning
"atlanta police" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"The dog is gonna die. Wow wow while while this california based social media expert guess or I don't know everybody. Everybody by the way now is is acting is a content creator. We're all content. Like this is what they make money off of so reason why. Youtube won't ban these accounts. I've been talking about this for years because they're huge moneymakers for the platform right. Well them because she wants to be she. I think she got off the platform didn't she and she she like Unlisted every single youtube video that she had how could there not line unlisted come. they can't ban it like. Why can't this be moneymakers. Why didn't they ban jake paul. Why didn't they ban a lot of other is what she seems. Very not a legal. But it's it's found masturbating on an airplane. There there you go. Favorite line ever frowned upon like masturbating airplane. There you go a couple stories. And i want to get out of here. Reese was down at the announcement of Chief james craig. The former police chief detroit announcing going to run for governor is gonna run against governor gretchen. Whitmer and in michigan protesters all showed up in droves to drive chief. Craig from protesters that that say that. They don't like chief craig from his days back when he was a police. Chief in the city of detroit. Reese was out there. I know you were just doing a special assignment videotaping it. Did you get caught. Oh yeah. I feel like. I'm gonna do that airborne for the next fifteen years you're not gonna let. Where were you scared at. All amongst the crowd of all these people scared never come on. I was pretty scared. I'm not gonna let them. What happened did he not. Cheap pragmatic announced that he's running for governor or what what happened. No she didn't end up announcing it there but rumor has it that he is still possibly going to announce it at some point. This is what i'm bell l. Where this was going on yup correct. Lyle politics has gotten a little hairy. Hasn't it it's gone down. I like how racist down the guy for a guideline nothing to do with any of this style. Saying the one guy who has no idea anything to do with politics. You got to wrap it up on your political correspondent. Reese back to you joe. Yep got it all right. Hey tomorrow we have ed sharing on the show with us. He's going to be on with us at seven forty and i'll end with a story about him. Ed sheeran is going to be tori. And he says that he will actually be hitting the road and getting on tour and says that he likes what's going on with concerts these days. He thinks that it's smart. That concerts are choosing the opportunity for people to go based on either being vaccinated or getting a cova test just before the concerts. I think as long as everyone's safe and the test. It's it's if people thing choice and i as everyone has been tested in it safe. Yes my shows. You have to show at least seventy two hours to in a negative tests or vaccinations so yes actually important to keep my fans and my crew and my teams and my fans parents and grandparents safe. So that's that's a priority for us. Live nation is actually making you take either a negative cova test or show. Your vaccination status was ag that The other company that they're saying you have to be vaccinated in order to go so there you go. Ed will be on with us tomorrow. We'll talk to him about some fun things about his family his new album and all that stuff tomorrow morning right here on the show at seven forty so make sure that you're listening for that. Have a fantastic day. We will be back for more mojo in the morning tomorrow goodbye. Twenty plus years of idiocy and still going in detroit toledo and west michigan..
"atlanta police" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Covid test. Atlanta police investigator shooting overnight outside of black pride event at the Market lounge on Joseph E. Boone Boulevard, witnesses say At least three are wounded. A fight broke out and someone started firing a 15 year old girl from McDonough's fatally shot at a block party in Warner Robins. Sheila Johnson was visiting family there, a shooter opened fire from inside a vehicle, killing the Henry County girl and wounding several other teenagers. A manhunt is underway in Athens Police search for 21 year old Pharrell Williams after seven people are wounded downtown early Sunday. Thankfully, none of the injuries are life threatening Athens Clarke County Lieutenant Sean Barnett tells WSB. None of the wounded are yoga students. Williams should be considered armed and dangerous. Texas Republican Congressman Michael McCaul accuses the Taliban holding up charter planes of American and Afghan evacuees refusing to let those planes leave northern Afghanistan, he tells Fox News Sunday state is cleared these flights and the Taliban will not let them leave the airport. The State Department says it will hold the Taliban to its word to let people out. Labor Day means loss of enhanced benefits for millions of Americans. Like what? What? I'm gonna do what I'm gonna do what I'm gonna do. George's among the states that ended those enhanced federal benefits early to prod people back to work about 600,000 still lacked power in Louisiana is very difficult to sustain yourselves here. Governor John Bel Edwards. New Orleans could have power back this week, but others may have to wait till the end of the month. Two lanes evacuated 1800 students and canceled class for another week. Miki Sudo beats Joey Chestnut as the new Buffalo Wing eating champ..
Siblings Found Shot Dead in Car in Atlanta Neighborhood
"Murder. There's this weekend here in Atlanta with a brother and sister shot in a car a new development this Sunday morning a suspect locked up from the get go. Atlanta police Major D'Andrea Price describes the deadly shooting as targeted, not random. I want to let the public know that there is no harm or danger to the society here. Robert Bankston Junior and his sister, Cedric a. Smith, are found shot to death in a car on Cells Avenue. Police later arrested Morris, Willie Godfrey for their murder. Detectives believe an argument precipitated the shooting. Godfrey is being held at the Fulton County Jail without Bond. Marcy
AP News Radio
FBI Joins Hunt for Killer Who Stabbed Woman in Atlanta Park
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting the FBI joins the hunt for a killer who stabbed a woman in an Atlanta park the FBI has joined in the investigation of the fatal stabbing of a park Gordon Georgia who was walking her dog forty year old Catherine Janice was found dead in Atlanta's Piedmont park around one AM Wednesday police said her dog was also killed Atlanta police deputy chief Charles Hampton said Janice had been stabbed multiple times and he described the scene as gruesome investigators are offering a ten thousand dollar reward for information regarding the slaying so far investigators have no motive for the killing hi Mike Crossey up
Word on the Street
Woman Fatally Stabbed While Walking Dog in Atlanta Park
"Stunned by the mysterious murder of a woman and her dog at one of Atlanta's most popular parks. What a gracious heart she had absolutely beautiful. That's how some Facebook posters remember 40 year old Katie Janice, a bartender at Campagnolo Restaurant in Midtown, she and her dog Bowie fatally stabbed during a post dinner walk Tuesday at Piedmont Park. Leaving park goers shaken. I mean to kill someone. You have to not be right to begin with and then to take a little dog. It's awful. In Atlanta police deputy chief called the scene gruesome and notes. There's a five figure reward to find their killer. Veronica Waters,
"atlanta police" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Custody by Atlanta Police State trooper had been chasing that vehicle before Tuesday afternoons Crash officers found two weapons on the suspects. The investigation continue. Good. Want your facts that juvenile reworks his nineties hit back? That thing up to promote covid vaccinations. New Orleans rapper says That's that thing up is a positive attempt to not only save his life, but his family's to also notes. Young black Americans are among the least likely to get the vaccine Juvenile shot the video from the For the new track in Atlanta's Weston Park. He's posted it on his instagram account. Ws reduced time. 7 55 is five minutes till later. Money updates coming up with the West Monster, Clark Howard after we check whether in traffic ws leaving here all this Kirk Mellis has today's forecast 40% chance of a shower especially afternoon. High around 85 right now, 70 Now what's happening in the morning drive? Here's Mark McKay arrived at the camp. Her better change where 85 400 looks like a crowd here. I don't see anything in a travel lady 85 southbound, quite slow energy head south of North Druid Hills Road difference. Korean midtown Atlanta on the southbound side of the connector gridlock alert now, with three left late, lost, including HIV. Three crashed about there for a while. Character northbound 75 85, northbound north of 10th Street exit to 50 privilege and traffic. 95.5 WSB five minutes till eight. Here's WSB consumer expert Clark Howard. Know this If you book an airline ticket six weeks or more in advance before your travel The flight that you booked may not actually happen. In fact, the airline may not have ever intended to have crew on that plane..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"atlanta police" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Far left Democrats funded and planned the influx of illegal mass migration. To the country, thanks to the rig and dishonest 2020 election. Despite this, Trump insisted, Republicans will take back the House, the Senate and America. I'm Jim Forbes, a Los Angeles man faces charges in connection with a police detonated fireworks explosion, which injured several people, Arturo say how the third is charged with transporting explosives without a license accused of having £32,000 of fireworks. I'm Cameron Fairchild. Eight people are wounded in an overnight shooting in Fort Worth, Texas. Police called to the scene found eight people suffering from gunshot wounds near a car wash. Investigators have not released any information on a possible suspect or suspects. Two Chinese astronauts have completed the first spacewalk outside the country's new orbital station. Chinese state media reports They set up equipment using a robotic arm in a walk, which lasted seven hours. It's China's second spacewalk. The first was in 2008. The Milwaukee Bucks make it to the NBA Finals with 1 18 to 1 Oh seven win over the Atlanta Hawks. This is the first time the Bucks have gotten to the finals since 1974. The box will compete for the title against the Phoenix Suns. The series begins Tuesday. Americans are paying more at the pump this fourth of July weekend. Triple A says The current average gas price is $3.12. That's nearly a dollar higher than last year's average of 2 17 a gallon. The Western US is where folks will feel pain in their wallet, the most, with California and Washington state, having among the highest prices. However, gas won't cost nearly as much in the southern US I'm Brian shook, the National Park Service says the annual Independence Day Fireworks show will go on despite heavy weather after severe thunderstorms, toppled trees and flipped fences. Thursday night around Washington, D C. The NPS says the annual fireworks show on the National Mall will still take place. Crews plan to work through the weekend to get the mess cleaned up in time for the Independence Day festivities Sunday. I'm Matt Matt Johnson, the White House will host about 1000 people today for the fourth of July hamburgers and fireworks. President Biden is expected to make remarks at the event on the White House lawn. There will also be a 17 minute fireworks display over the Lincoln Memorial, reflecting pool I'm Cameron Fairchild, and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom, China's cyberspace regulator ordered APP stores such as Apple and Huawei Technologies to remove Didi Chuxing from their offerings. This deals a major blow to DD, the ride, hailing giant that just days ago pulled off one of the largest U. S initial public offerings of the past decade. The cyberspace Administration of China announced the ban today, citing serious violations on DD Global's collection and usage of personal information. International software provider Cassius says it's working with the FBI after it was the victim of a cyber attack yesterday, which impacted hundreds of businesses around the world that used Casillas Systems Management platform. Michael D. Caesars, CEO of Cybersecurity firm Exa Beam, tells ABC News. The nature of remote work adds vulnerability, and that's something hackers like. So in this work from home environment, one of the products that's probably accessing companies the most frequently is Kasai A because the people are at home trying to log into their system. So just understand the bad actors didn't pick this randomly. They picked something that would be And the most active in a work from home environment. Cassia says it is fixing the problem. Investors will be watching for a report that could give some clues into the health of the jobs market in the coming week. Bloomberg's Karen Moscow, reports. The so called jolts report is out on Wednesday It will show the number of job openings in May. This is after the April report showed a record number of open positions. Acquits level was also at a record high, suggesting workers are increasingly confident in their ability to find other jobs. They also get the minutes from the Fed's latest meeting that day Thursday. It's the weekly report on initial jobless claims. U. S markets are closed Monday due to the Independence Day holiday..
America in the Morning
Police Identify Man Who Shot Atlanta Officer in the Face
"Revealing the name of the man killed in an ambush style shootout with Atlanta police. It happened Wednesday morning at a midtown apartment building. Investigators say police were responding to a call of a person shot. When they got out of the building's elevator, A man now identified as 29 year old Joseph Lee humbles of Atlanta immediately started firing at cops hitting one in the face. CNN's Matt McClure reports, officers returned fire killing humbles the injured The
"atlanta police" Discussed on WSB-AM
"President's promised to, uh, unlock some of the stimulus funds to be used for public safety. That's an important message. Biden plans to sign executive action on some portions of the plan in the near future Reporting live, Michelle, right, 90 5.5 WSB a year after the Atlanta City Council considered temporarily withholding money from the city Police Department. It passes a budget that includes a 7% increase in funding for a PD Councilman Michael Julian Bond says they support progressive diversion programs, but we still have an overriding responsibility to keep people safe. Some activists complain they expected a different approach to policing a year after the deaths of George Floyd in Rayshard Brooks three Atlanta police officers are commended for their response to this month's shooting at Lenox Square that critically injured as security guard Michael Ware, Tai Kwan, Ross and Roosevelt Prime junior named officers of the week they arrested 2 15 year old suspects just minutes after the guard was shot. He had approached the teens as they allegedly tried to smash through the window of the Apple store. He remains in the hospital double DSP news time. 7 34 the FDA as a warning to The Pfizer Moderna Covid vaccines. It's about cases of heart inflammation in kids and young adults. CDC advisory group found a link between mile card itis after vaccinations They say most patients recover and do well but stressed the benefits of the shots outweigh the risk. Reporter Mark Mayfield says HHS points out the side effect is extremely rare, and it encourages everyone over 12 to get the shot. The longtime executive chef in Atlanta Fish Market dies from a rare heart condition. Bobby Holly is being remembered as a leader who mentored young Cooks and who was dedicated equality even as he served more than 1000 meals. On some weekend nights. Holly is credited with retaining his entire kitchen staff during the pandemic by expanding the menu and shifting the focus to take out orders. Holly was 59..
"atlanta police" Discussed on WSB-AM
"72 college students dragged from their car and take By Atlanta police while driving by a George Floyd protest last summer, Sue the city mayor and officers Messiah. Young turned his head and tonight a pilgrim dabbed away tears as videos played of the night Atlanta police deployed stun guns and dragged them from a car. Attorney Chris Stewart contains one officer endangered them even more yelling. Falsely that Young had a gun. There was no gun. There was no weapon. There wasn't even Mace. There was nothing yet he's firing multiple times from a distance. He's got a gun, which could have got these kids killed. Young calls trying to move on from the trauma, triggering as long as police boat. Locality continues anywhere. There just needs to be something done so that people don't experience this over again. Veronica Waters. 95.5 WSB, Georgia Power ass state regulators to let it raise rates on customers by $235 Million a year to pay for the huge cost overruns on its plant Vogel nuclear expansion bills for residential customers would rise another $4 a month on average. Customers already are paying more for the reactors, which are years behind schedule and have produced no electricity yet. The PSC will vote by November. The chair of the committee pushing Buckhead City Hood insists it's all about cutting down on crime. Bill White tells Ws Bs word on the street. I have a gun in my pocket when I go get gas here in Buckhead. Because so many of my friends have been carjacked, he says. It's hurtful when he's labeled racist. A breakdown of census and tax data, though, reveals the new city would be overwhelmingly white and wood Strip a sizable chunk of revenue from the city of Atlanta. A mother and her boyfriend face murder charges after the death of her six year old son in Henry County, Mt. Respond.
"atlanta police" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Scott Slate. It's just incredible all the most up to date information. Kirk Militia and the Mellish Meter is how I plan my day after minute reports on the travel. It is the only station with the helicopter 95.5 WSB. We'll check I 2 35 delays in less than three minutes at 6 40 Year. Midtown temperatures. 68. The Gwinnett County School board adds extra security ahead of Thursday's regular meeting following last month's chaotic scene in which parents refuse to wear masks. Some parents did protest before the meeting were not here trying to disrupt anything. It's Trying to make sure that our kids don't get enslaved at some point Retail Channel two action news. Now the mask mandates been lifted, they'll focus their attention on other issues. Last night's meeting was mainly routine to college students are suing the city of Atlanta after they were pulled from their car and tase last year during racial justice protest downtown Attorney Harold Spence says tonight Pilgrim in Masaya. Young had done nothing wrong. No officer intervened that night. In fact, they all became part of this maniacal sort of feeding frenzy against these two Young people. Body cam footage shows police rough up the students and pull their guns. Nine officers in the mayor also listed as defendants database. CDC reports more than 300 cases of heart inflammation. Among younger covid vaccine recipients. CDCs Independent Advisory Committee will meet next week to go over the cases. While they will talk about the latest research end safety data at the meetings, they likely won't recommend any changes to Covid 19 vaccination protocol. Mark Mayfield reports Those 300 cases around more than 20 million young people who have received the vaccine. All of the old Fort Mac is now either sold or under contracts. Tyler Perry reaches a deal to buy another 40 acres of property on the old based south of Atlanta. To turn it into an entertainment and shopping district will be open to the public but will be separate from his studios on the property megachurch. Pastor T. D. Jakes has also bought 95 acres to build his own affordable housing project on site. Double DS. Reduce time. 6 41 Braves win the Cardinals four Did nothing Last night. Same two teams tonight. A truest park palsy places. Solara sample here this evening sticks is that embarrassed Bank amphitheater. Course. The Hawks sold out state farm arena to finish the series with the 76 years with any luck. Meanwhile, WSB urologist Kirk Melissa looking ahead deeper in the weekend, the chance of heavy rain and even storm starts going up. But we've got a few dry hours maybe day and a half before that happens. Well, indeed a hot one on the way today, mostly sunny high.
The Von Haessler Doctrine
4 People Killed After Small Plane Crashes Into Mississippi Home
"He's in the hospital this morning Atlanta police trying to identify the suspects. And Mississippi. Four people killed when a small plane crashes into a home Hesburgh police were called to the scene of the crash just before 11 30 last night. Initially, they said that two people have died. Now
Man took 6 guns, body armor into Publix at Atlantic Station
"Old old man man is is jailed jailed on on nearly nearly a a dozen dozen felony felony charges, charges, including including criminal criminal attempt attempt to to commit commit aggravated aggravated assault assault after after being being spotted spotted with with an an A A R R 15 15 in in a a bathroom bathroom stall stall at Atlantic Stations. Public's Atlanta police say when Rico Marley walked out of the public's bathroom he had on body armor and had a bag with a ski mask and six fully love. Did chambered pistols, ar 15 and 12 gauge shotgun, WSB legal analyst Bill Holloway notes. While officers haven't revealed any statements by Marley, they're relying on circumstantial evidence. Specifically a witness who, according to police thinks he may have heard him loading those weapons in the bathroom. And if you add to that the manner in which he was dressed, a reasonable person might conclude that he was there to commit a mass shooting. Veronica Waters 95.5 WSB WSB
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"Thru in Louisville, Briana Taylor's death remains a source of pain and distrust. Pastor Timothy Findley Junior. The choice of Shields is tone deaf and demonstrates a lack of empathy from city leaders as residents continue to seek healing. After Taylor's killing, it just reinforces what many, many people Especially in the black community. We feel Regarding our leadership that they are insensitive and there is a lack of empathy towards black citizens. Finley says City leaders are asking residents to trust their decision making, but he says they haven't done enough to earn that trust. And he says Shields is hiring does not set the stage for community healing. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, who chose Shields, based on the unanimous recommendation of eight handpicked elected officials praised her professional 25 year record with the Atlanta Police Department and her decision to resign the day after Ray Shard. Brooks was killed by an officer when tragedy happened in her city. She put her city before herself stepping down so she would not be a distraction as her community work to heal Shields to recognized the need for communities in Louisville and across the country to recover and come together after a year of traumatic police shootings of black people. But she also said she sees opportunity. Louisville and Ellen PD. Have the opportunity to get this right. And to create a model for other cities to follow. Elected officials appealed to the public to give shields a chance to prove she can create that model. She will be the fourth police chief to lead the department since Briana Taylor's killing last March. Louisville residents will be watching closely to see whether she delivers for NPR news. I'm a minute Lahey in Louisville. All right, let's get caught up on where we are right now. The day will end where it began, at least for Congress. Democratic Congressman Jim Clyburn says that they will reconvene this evening to continue the business. Certifying the electoral college vote. Clyburn, who marched in civil rights protests during the 19 sixties tweeted the following quote I have faced violent hatred before I was not deterred then and I will not be deterred. Now stay with us throughout the night to track developments. And this is NPR news. KCRW.