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Washington DC -  2 men charged with assaulting Baltimore officer get charges dropped, case dismissed

Rush Limbaugh

00:15 sec | 3 weeks ago

Washington DC - 2 men charged with assaulting Baltimore officer get charges dropped, case dismissed

"Judge tossed out a case and prosecutors dropped charges against two men arrested and accused of assaulting a Baltimore police officer. Defense attorneys say they're disturbed. It took six months for the Baltimore City state's attorney to dismiss the charges. Prosecutors announced the officer who allege the assault now facing

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Fresh "Baltimore Police" from Derek Hunter

Derek Hunter

00:15 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "Baltimore Police" from Derek Hunter

"The Baltimore police commissioner serving in the working group run by the U. S Conference of mayors, he says meaningful reform comes from culture changes, improve pope policies and enhanced training. Mayor says he's pleased to see that many of the policies listed are modelled from the Baltimore Police Department. Police are looking for the driver struck and killed a teenage girl in Rosedale around for 20 yesterday morning on the inner loop of the Beltway between 95 in Philadelphia Road. State. Police believe the car swerved around a disabled vehicle on the road and struck two people standing in front of their car before fleeing. 17 year old admirer, Jennings pronounced dead at the scene and an 18 year old man injured troopers looking for a dark gray Infiniti G 37 Infiniti G 25 or infinity, 45 18 year old men are being charged in the graffiti incident at a Calvert County High school. Kyle Hill, Andrew Edge, Cade MEREDITH Augustine under Hide and Anthony Sellers. The third Painted racist words on the Calvert High School football field. Last Sunday, the Talbot County Council voting 3 to 2 to keep a 104 year old memorial honoring Confederate soldiers on the lawn of the Talbot County courthouse. It commemorates more than 80 soldiers who fought for the Confederacy measure to remove the monument was introduced earlier this year Council members who voted to keep the monument Express concerns about making such a decision during the pandemic. The decision sparked a protest outside the meeting and drew criticism from the local chapter of the V P Well, you see, we have news time. 10 31 will have a brief look at Sports and Weather Channel forecast is next. A select quote agent with a true story that could save you hundreds of dollars a year. A woman named.

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The Case for Police Abolition

The Nod

05:29 min | Last month

The Case for Police Abolition

"At. The time of this recording one thousand seventeen people in the US have been shot and killed by police this past year, and as the numbers continue to grow. It's got meany questioning why we're even need cops in the first place, but the question of polishing the police also makes a lot of people nervous so today we're going straight to the source in talking to an actual abolitionist. Bill Fina Y'all on. It's an important conversation that you don't want to miss. This is the nod. We've heard it all before. Give Cops Body Cams hold them accountable, cautious need diversity and bias training. We need community policing black police. We need Brown police, but as the years roll by an efforts at reform are showing no signs of stopping the brutal violence against black people in this country, a different call gaining traction is the call to abolish the prison industrial complex, which is made up of prisons, policing and surveillance all forms contrary to what a lot of. Of people believe this isn't a new school. Of Thought, it's been around since the eighties, and it's been embraced by people all over the world. Much of what we know about it. Today has been studied practice and built upon three black women. We have to mention Angela Davis Ruth Wilson, Gilmore and Mariam Kaba Today. We're joined by bill. Fina Y'all want a Baltimore based restorative justice practitioner. Who writes about abolition and how to practice it in our community? It'll pheno. Thank, you so much for being here today. It's awesome. Have you thank you? Thank you for having me so abolition. Is Abolition essentially what we talk about admission we're saying is that a world cannot just without the physical presence of police in prisons, but a world where we all have, our needs met in a way that we do not have to commit the crimes that laid us in prison, and with policing right, and so abolition forces us to complete your frame how we think about the concept of prisons and lease, and to be honest about the history of it prisons. Prisons were created as an alternative to slavery. It says so and the thirteen th amendment, and so when we look if that that violence and genocide history of policing prisons, abolition says it's not possible for us to have world rabies dynamics exist so I'm sure we've all seen a lot of the back and forth in the media, and even just an online conversations about what's reformist versus what is abolitionist. What sorts of things are absolutely out of the question or Believed that we can have rover prisons and policing exist. We just have to make it better. And abolitionist believed that is not possible behalf to completely get rid of it and create new systems and structures. How did you come to fruition? Personally had become part of your life identified. The woman is came to woman is during college was definitely my sophomore. Year of college and I thought begins to stand what it means to exist as A. A black woman in this world I understood this system is structured. That are against US I think a lot of people don't understand that the reform to slavery with prisons. The reform to slave catchers was police, and so when you have stopped with that truth as a woman as as a former refugee as an immigrant to this country will hold, I, experience, it was not possible for me to say I love blackness and not become an abolitionist. Something else. That's near and dear to your heart, and also the work that you do is the story of Keith Davis Junior talked to us a little bit about Keith and his story so keep Davis Junior. Is a twenty eight year old black man for Baltimore, who was shot at? Times by the Baltimore Police Department in June of Twenty fifteen. He's being accused and they're saying that it gun was founded in Keith was connected to a murder. In March he was sentenced to fifty years, and after five years in five rows, Amish. It's been an ongoing case that five years WWLTV's dedicated to. Always bring her into the space. Kelly Davis has four beautiful children and Khloe Amari and Jaden and his case is so connected to what was happening in Baltimore after Twenty fifteen after the murder of Freddie Gray talk to me a bit about how keeps life and story relates specifically to your Abolition Work Keith case is connected to abolition one, if forces us to see kids humanity beyond what he did as a child chief, interaction with the criminal justice system started very early, and what we know is that it was a result of all of the conditions that came with Keith birth his stories parents. Parents his poverty, and so forth, and so as a result of that chief found himself funneled into a system. That once you've been in there. It's easier to keep coming back. If Selah commits a crime, we have to ask ourselves if the necessities of somebody is not being met, and instead were thrown them in a cage cage is actually more violent and transformed into a even more violent person with Keith case what we've seen has been a blatant disregard for any kind of laws, any kind of good faith and what we saw for the past five years is lies and lies and lies and confirms. That meet cannot possibly rehabilitate a system that has no

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Judge clears Baltimore’s planned aerial surveillance test

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Judge clears Baltimore’s planned aerial surveillance test

"News a federal judge has cleared a plan pilot program by the Baltimore police department to consistently surveil the city for six months using cameras attached to airplanes U. S. district judge Richard Bennett ruled today against a grassroots think tank in area activist who asked him to keep the program from taking off those groups argue that kind of surveillance violates first and Fourth Amendment rights under the six month plan test up to three planes will collect images of the city at a rate of one per second to help police investigate murders nonfatal shootings armed robberies and

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Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa Released From Prison, In Community Custody

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa Released From Prison, In Community Custody

"A former Baltimore police commissioner who pleaded guilty to failing to file federal tax returns has been released from prison prison officials told the sun on Friday that Darryl de Souza was being transferred from federal prison to community custody a supervised facility for inmates preparing to re enter society to sue so was sentenced last March to ten months in prison after pleading guilty to three counts of failing to file individual returns for the years two thousand thirteen to two thousand fifteen he told the judge who sentenced him that he was humbled and

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Chicago homicide rate falls for third year

Bruce Elliott

00:20 sec | 8 months ago

Chicago homicide rate falls for third year

"As of six this morning the homicide rate in Baltimore for twenty nineteen three forty seven Baltimore police commissioner Michael Harrison addressing city violence yesterday said in the coming year there will be weekly reviews of shootings homicides in armed robberies by police and prosecutors all in an effort to build better cases also a new protocol will be implemented to prevent retaliation

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Police seek suspects in double Baltimore murder this past weekend

Bruce Elliott

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Police seek suspects in double Baltimore murder this past weekend

"Baltimore police looking for the suspect who killed two women business owners over the weekend thirty six year old Carmen Rodriguez shot and killed Sunday evening inside Kim deli and grocery in the southeast district six blocks away from north Milton Avenue salon where the owner twenty one year old destiny Harrison was fatally shot in the head Saturday they're been three hundred thirty eight homicides in Baltimore so far this year a significant increase from last year's three hundred nine total just over the weekend eighteen people were shot three were killed mayor Jack young called the violence unacceptable saying people in the community need to come forward with information to the police to bring the suspects to

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Baltimore Police back pilot program for surveillance planes, reviving controversial program

Freakonomics Radio

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Baltimore Police back pilot program for surveillance planes, reviving controversial program

"Civil liberties advocates in Baltimore criticizing the city's decision to resurrect a pilot program that uses private surveillance planes to help police fight violent crime W. Y. P. R.'s Emily Sullivan reports in twenty sixteen a surveillance plane flew above Baltimore keeping in secret when news of the plane broke public outrage and controversy ensued and the city halted its program now police commissioner Michael Harrison says surveillance planes could assist in the fight against violent crime

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After 36 Years In Prison For 'Georgetown Jacket' Murder, 3 Men Are Exonerated At Last

The Lead with Jake Tapper

02:28 min | 9 months ago

After 36 Years In Prison For 'Georgetown Jacket' Murder, 3 Men Are Exonerated At Last

"Arrested as teens. They are now in their fifties and it took until now to be free. Alfred Chestnut Ransom Walk Ins and Andrew Stewart finally free free. After spending thirty six years in prison for a murder they did not commit as Bryn gingrass reports. The revelation of hidden evidence led to their freedom free at last always dreaming this this day. Baltimore police ripped up to these three men from their homes on Thanksgiving Day thirty six years ago for a murder they did not commit. We're smiling. We're happy that we free. We gotTA logic this this. This is the first time I've been able to hunt my son in about twenty some years. Hugs dugs weren't the only things missed to the men have never driven a car. They've actually spend more time behind bars than their homes. All because of what happened in nineteen eighty three back then. Police arrested and charged sixteen year olds. Alfred chestnut ransom watkins and seventeen year old Andrew Stewart for the killing of a teenager at a Baltimore. It's more middle school. Police say the murder was over a sports jacket their smoking gun a similar jacket found inside chestnuts home despite no blood or or gunshot evidence his mother even had a receipt of purchase according to court paperwork still. They were sentenced to life behind bars to put her legs. We went through through a break in the case came. When chess not filed for information and uncovered a pile of unseen evidence? Young witnesses were interviewed by police without their parents and told to quote get their stories straight an anonymous phone call even idea another suspect who was seen wearing the stolen jacket and confessing to the crime but none of that was ever given given to the men's defense team attorney say for decades the men maintained their innocence chestnut refused to confess even when the parole board considered releasing him. If he did Baltimore's conviction integrity unit eventually looked over the case and set them free and sadly Erica. One of the men is missing. Even more for this Thanksgiving his entire family. Immediate family passed away while he was locked up but all of them and say they want to pay it. Forward help men women who are behind bars. Wrongfully convicted convicted ACAPA. It is a remarkable story and the fact that they are coming out of this and so possibly looking to pay for it and to make a difference. it's really simple. Brian Thank you.

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State Sen. Jill Carter running for Cummings' seat in Baltimore

Rush Limbaugh

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

State Sen. Jill Carter running for Cummings' seat in Baltimore

"The race for the next mayor of Baltimore heating up former Baltimore police in Baltimore county spokesperson TJ Smith announces mayoral campaign this morning his slogan appears to be think different and he says he's running to give back to the city he loves state senator Joe Carter pondering a run to fill the late congressman Elijah Cummings see this morning Carter announced her exploratory committee for Maryland seventh congressional district she's the first to announce a run one day after governor Larry Hogan announced a special election

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"baltimore police" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"O'clock Baltimore police find a decomposing body all charge of tart tamarind road in the Cold Spring neighborhood the man's body having gunshot wounds to the torso a man is seriously injured after struck by lightning and Patapsco valley state park near the Baltimore and Howard County line a woman is killed with the Baltimore beltway near Greenspring Avenue Thursday morning twenty one year old male Shelly Williams was struck while trying to walk home after the car she was a passenger in became disabled a seventy one year old Roman Catholic priest accused of sexually abusing a teenager in Delaware is relieved of his duties William Porter has served as pastor at holy name of Jesus in Pocomoke Maryland and efforts are now underway for Colombia's Merriweather post pavilion to host the Woodstock fifty festival in August a look at sports in a moment the weather in Maryland can do a lot of damage to your roof strong winds heavy rains and quick temperature changes you can happen in the blink of an eye Thomas roofing specializes in shingle or flat roofing custom metal roofing gutters and spell copper roofing and what has become a lost art today repair and restoration of slate roofing call Thomas roofing for a free no obligation roof evaluation for ten eight seven six three six zero two they are a G. 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M. first our story is that the reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of three frogs assaulted rom and stomped on a civilian employee of the BPD RD spelled moral us on sort of moral street news Baltimore on July twenty fourth the video has now been released by the a TF the FBI Baltimore PD and crime stoppers all crime stoppers offering up to thirty two thousand dollars for information it here I want to this is a from the Baltimore police former Twitter account this morning and here is what they're saying ATF FBI and crime stoppers or offering up to thirty two thousand dollars for information leading to the rest of three suspects two men and one woman for the assault on water police civilian employee on Albemarle street ms Palmer July twenty fourth call one eight seven seven I'm sorry one eight six six seven walk up with tips what's missing here what what's missing in that description of the suspect the the race they they give it to man and one woman but there is no description of ethnicity whether they be white black brown or whatever now you can see in the video it appears it appears in the video that you have two black man and one black woman two of them riding scooters and the other on foot what is now the new consent decree policing policy for Baltimore city police that we'll just will release the video and just say there's two men and a woman you can try to figure out the race on your own well the this is this is not a new phenomenon in this is been going on for a while it used to be I mean you would break down.

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Baltimore police searching for suspect in Leakin Park attack

WBBM Programming

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Baltimore police searching for suspect in Leakin Park attack

"Video of a man wanted for questioning in a Lincoln Park attack has been released to the attack left into Paul graduate in critical condition with slashes to our face and throat the suspect is also alleged to have been part of a case involving a stolen car you can see images of the suspect on our website WBBM newsradio dot com police say the suspect is known to frequent the area near the intersection of Milwaukee grand and hold steady in the area near division in Orleans anyone who knows his identity is asked to call

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Man shouts 'Heil Hitler, Heil Trump' at 'Fiddler on the Roof' show

Mark Levin

04:40 min | 1 year ago

Man shouts 'Heil Hitler, Heil Trump' at 'Fiddler on the Roof' show

"Yelled Heil Hitler, trumpet fiddler on the roof. Sean Baltimore, sparking fear in the audience. ABC news man, shouted Heil, Hitler, high all Trump during intermission at fiddler on the roof performance USA today, man, shouts Heil Hitler. How Trump as fiddler on the roof performance in Baltimore. Media, of course, Trump supporter. Trump supporter interrupts fiddler on the roof performance shouting, high out Hitler, higher Trump CBS witness man, shouts Heil, Hitler Heil Trump during performance of fiddler on the roof. That's just a taste not rights at Breitbart. But if you can see to outlets, the New York Post, and the far left media chose to assume the man was a Trump supporter when police say the opposite is true. This is why they cherry pick among other places media matters, which is a radical left-wing funded organization that poses under a charitable nomenclature tax exempt. But no investigative reporters went to investigate how that organization could be tax exempt. The media matters. Take down the words people who call the president Hitler. No. All the other names. They call them. No. Does media count the number of times the president's been called Hitler on real cable channels. No. Some of the outlets above do. Not even bother to report the truth. He writes about the man being a Trump hater. In fact, he says media and CBS said he was a Trump supporter. It could be that the information was not available to them at the time. But a good faith search found. No updated stories with this. The man yelled Heil Hitler. He's quoting how Trump during a theater performance fiddler on the roof. This week reportedly said he made the statements because the production reminded him of his hatred of President Trump Anthony m Dan Lewis, the second fifty eight tall Baltimore police. He yelled the slogans because the final scene before intermission reminded him how much he despises the president. The excerpt above is from the hill newspaper, the only outlet he says, I could find with a factual headline. Man said he yelled Heil, Hitler Trump during fiddler on the roof because of hatred for Trump was the hill newspaper headline. The far left CNN and New York Times actually do report the truth about the man's anti Trump activism, but berry that truth beneath four and eight paragraphs respectively much as the New York Times buried the holocaust, by the way. Another report media. Does it make even though I've talked about that endlessly? So the media headline was Trump supporter interrupts fiddler on the roof performance shouting Heil, Hitler, Trump when it was a Trump hater not what I've only barely begun to look. At this left-wing site that Dan Abrahams has created. But we'll look some more. Now, they're on our radar. And now, we know they regurgitate mostly what they get from media matters and other sites. They really don't do any independent reportings best as I can tell. And I assume Brian Stelter being a dolt in a full like he is talking about places like that. And we really shouldn't run with this stuff. Then don't run with it. Your head. I want to encourage the president tonight urged the president tonight to go ahead and trigger the national emergencies act. You're going to have to do it. Anyway. And you'll hear the geniuses on radio and TV say, well the courts will overturn it. So the president will get anything anyway. Okay. Well, so be it. But he's the president. And he has to do what presidents are able to do. He can't predict what courts are going to do. And he doesn't get a vote on the supreme court. I don't understand why we're so timid passive. Why that court is likely to do X is that how the left works. No, it's not how the left works. It's obvious Pelosi and the Democrats have absolutely no interest in working with him. Even when he proposes a Bill that is very mild. And the White House. It says here in the CNN piece is

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Baltimore police union gets mocked for 2-page open letter to 'SNL' over 'Thirsty Cops' sketch: 'Don't you have more pressing issues?'

Chris Plante

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Baltimore police union gets mocked for 2-page open letter to 'SNL' over 'Thirsty Cops' sketch: 'Don't you have more pressing issues?'

"Plans to attend. You have the right to remain. Anything you say do maybe hail against my body. Attorney a Saturday Night Live skit about women cops sexually harassing a man during a traffic. Stop is drawing complaints from the Baltimore police union, which sent a complaint letter to SNL creator, Lorne Michaels. The city's police force was not mentioned in the skit, but the officers in the sketch were wearing Baltimore police patches on their uniforms. The letter described Baltimore's police department as very beleaguered and said the skit was bad for morale.

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Lorne Michaels, Baltimore and NBC discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Lorne Michaels, Baltimore and NBC discussed on Sean Hannity

"Official, the leadership of Baltimore's. Police union isn't laughing at a Saturday Night Live skit over the weekend. The NBC comedy show featured a skit where female police officers were shown hitting on a male character during a traffic, stop the city's force wasn't mentioned in the spoof. But the actresses wore Baltimore police patches on their uniforms in a letter to Saturday Night Live creator, Lorne Michaels, the leader of the city's police union expressed great disappointment over the distorted

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"baltimore police" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"From Washington and ABC's Arlit signs gross domestic product grew at a strong four point two percent. In the second quarter higher than the government's initial estimate and the strongest quarter growth in four years. The Commerce Department. Revised its GDP figures after I estimated four. Point one percent annual rate for. The April to June quarter President Trump, celebrated the figure tweeting quote our country is doing. Great economists expect GDP growth to slow to three percent annual rate for the rest of the year Arlette signs ABC news Washington I initially ruled. A homicide an external review has reached a. Different conclusion and the strange death of a Baltimore police detective ABC's Troy Johnson, has that story the two hundred seven page report from the independent review board is comprehensive we. Have taken a very strong look at all the evidence and builds a compelling case James chip cauldron In the co chair of the independent panel and they believe that detective. Sean suitor, took his, own. Life beyond the scope of. His death the report also details it sooner had concerns about his pending testimony in a police corruption trial here's interim Commissioner Gary. Tuggle except the facts as presented in the report there is still more. To be done tuggle says the case is still open Troy Johnson ABC news Baltimore this. Is ABC news Is your computer slowing down they need a new, one wait before you waste your money on a new computer. Go to Mike lean dot com and get, a free computer diagnosis in minutes you can activate my clean PC software to clean out the. Junk that could be putting your privacy at risk unwanted pop ups errors or spam not only. Slow your.

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Baltimore cop indicted after video shows him punching man

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Baltimore cop indicted after video shows him punching man

"The situation A Baltimore police officer shown on video repeatedly punching a man is charged. With assault and turns himself in state's attorney Maryland Moesby says a grand jury has indicted Arthur Williams on I on second degree assault and misconduct, in office interim police Commissioner, Gary tuggle says the separate, two separate police body video cameras are relatively,

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Baltimore cop quits after video shows him repeatedly punching man

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Baltimore cop quits after video shows him repeatedly punching man

"A Baltimore police officer. Who was caught on a now viral video beating a. Man over the. Weekend is now resigned from the, force the officer whose name has not been released was immediately, suspended when the video went public. It shows the, officer repeatedly punching to Sean Maguire in the, face even though McGregor never appeared to resist mcgregor's attorney says his. Client's jaw was broken in the scuffle. You can see the video at. WM AL dot

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Officer, Tiger Woods and Evan Haning discussed on Food Talk

Food Talk

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Officer, Tiger Woods and Evan Haning discussed on Food Talk

"Baltimore police officer has been suspended after a video showing the officer beating up a civilian went viral the video shows a black police officer repeatedly punching a. Black man who refused to show ID in, the video the man's blood is. Seen pooling on the, sidewalk another officer who witnessed the attack did little. To stop it and has been taken off

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Baltimore cop suspended after viral video shows him punching, kicking man

News, Traffic and Weather

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Baltimore cop suspended after viral video shows him punching, kicking man

"A Baltimore police officer suspended after video surfaces on social media showing him punching and tackling a man is ABC's Mark Remillard. Video shows. A Baltimore police officer punching a man numerous times in the face before taking him to the ground Baltimore police in a statement said the incident escalated after. Officers asked the man for his ID cities mayor calling the video disturbing in a statement demanded answers and, accountability police say the officer has been suspended and, the department is investigating it's the latest controversy for Baltimore. Police which has been the subject of several high-profile incidents including the death of Freddie, gray in two thousand

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Manny Machado joins Los Angeles Dodgers with goal of winning World Series

Sean Hannity

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Manny Machado joins Los Angeles Dodgers with goal of winning World Series

"Six eighty WCBS Maryland new center Manny Machado is taken to Instagram. To address fans teammates and management. What he calls my Baltimore family shadow rights throughout the ups and downs you, embraced me unconditionally thank you Bert land you are forever in my. Heart it's a two hundred one word letter. In, all the former Oriole debuts as Los Angeles dodger tonight at Milwaukee Baltimore police have found. A white Mercedes Benz that was seen, in the area where a, seven-year-old girl was fatally. Shot in an apparent drive by shooting but they're still have been no arrests in the attack more, than two weeks and she was shot in the back the longtime chief operating officer of.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Appreciate you felt like at that point i did she had an obligation by the way in the faneuil oaks the maryland state senator who has pleaded guilty to taking fifteen thousand dollars from an fbi informant as a bribe is now a pleaded guilty and he's asking for an eighteen month prison sentence and that is actually that's what the prosecutors are asking for a year and a half oaks lawyers are suggesting a lesser sentence i'm sure they want him out on his own what do they call it mccall whatever couldn't think of the word five former state legislators former baltimore police commissioner and family members and activists are calling for folks to do no present timing it was before judge dick bennett virga judge next tuesday see this is the problem that i have with this kind of stuff frank is how do we send a message that this kind of stuff is going to be tolerated like once they get caught with their hands in the cookie jar then everybody wants to say well no harm no foul here didn't even know no big deal in these up in his seventies and he shouldn't be going to jail because he's a he's an old man i've never seen it the fail when it comes to politicians and celebrities they want their their own level of of justice meted out as opposed to what's good for the rest of the people who make brian paul manafort has been convicted of anything and hasn't pleaded guilty to anything and he's in solitary confinement now should even be in jail nathaniel oaks they're arguing who's good knees admitted taking bribes and they want him not to do any jail time go figure joining us now from the financial consulate is drew manelli good morning andrew sean frank how're you down amendment we're doing just fine wanna get your reaction to the news just breaking now that opec has decided they're going to pump up their output of crude oil opening up the taps and president trump had suggested that earlier a lot of people poohpoohed that idea but they're trying to get moderate these gasoline prices what effect do.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on The Daily

"Taking steps to write that recognition and i think we're headed in the right direction so things seem to be moving in the right direction forward now to a shocking corruption scandal in baltimore seven police officers indicted on federal charges accused of stealing money from innocent people but then something happens the sets everything back it literally just turns back the clock indictments are announced against an elite group of baltimore police officers the country's taskforce the alleged stealing from city residents was rampant there thirty style gangsters as far as i'm concerned authorities say there was a widespread cover up this group was formed in two thousand seven at the peak of zero tolerance these officers have been on the front lines if it but it also been doing something else they've been stealing from residents the jury was chosen yesterday the trial is expected to last three to four weeks this is suddenly a whole new level of bad for the baltimore police department this isn't just unfair policing this is the police turning into criminals themselves and the week we met davila in the library for the first time these officers were being tried eight of them mostly on racketeering charges here outside the federal courthouse this morning opening statements are scheduled for this morning in the police corruption trial involving the gun trace task force and we'll bring you updates throughout the day here on wjc that's the latest from the federal courthouse so i walked to the us attorney's office the federal building downtown baltimore i met the two prosecutors behind the case so alternately we've found over twenty five this leo wise over twenty five robberies sure sorry this is leo wise a wise and derek hines.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was a dumb nigga was saying jalousie don't make the cut knock it ahead hat on the lawyer for the baltimore police department also questioned jamaica given that you were an eyewitness to this man falling did you think it was important to go over and to tell the police what you saw no sir i want to talk to the police not in the video deposition you see shamikh a look at the lawyer for the police department in disbelief her eyes wide as if she's saying are you serious if i didn't wanna talk it could be the same way they did have so you were afraid to talk to the police because they would throw you over the wall to the highway below what they made me start back to the cop with the red hat that shamikh mentioned abuna yonah showed her photos the police had taken i want you to go through the pages one at time tell us if you recognize any of the people there that was around the friends that day i recognize that was that was chasing chasing jerry the officers jamaica summers circled was jared freed abby ona it named him in the lawsuit because his name wasn't in the police report the cops who were named in the report were officer raymond howard an officer dwayne green.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on The Daily

"Remember this was a moment when the baltimore police department was under intense scrutiny there these federal investigators they're pouring over everything looking for examples of unconstitutional policing and that apartment realizes it has to change it has to stop this practice of aggressive policing but it's done for years and suddenly the crime rate is spiking homicides are going through the roof in the problem is they don't know how to solve it without those old tactics without the aggressive policing so what they discover is what baltimore discovers is they actually don't know how to police in the right way if they don't care or that they weren't trying it's just they didn't know how criminal element and also to the novel i looked like taking a knee because they had been at one hundred miles an hour he was going to fifty which is they should have been anyway the fact that matter is heading to this retaliatory cycle of gang hitting gang shooting on the west that ended up in shooting east that heading towards that trinh anyway and what that's that they did that police who had never known how to police the right way didn't know what to do with that situation been know how to police adequately and then the spy continued its sensical you're saying that's somewhere along the way the police department in baltimore forgot how to actually police that's exactly what happened right that's exactly right yeah police say that we could stop this if you let us police essentially unconstitutional manta because they didn't know how to police anymore because they've been doing wrong the for the only wedding to correct is go back to dragnet which was unconstitutional which led this ready mix of chaos going on the deal jay was saying no you can stop the spike do it constitutionally who had that up host ready great explosion and glee control with and it's because they wanna control it and it methods to deal jay and everyone else that you can't do that constitutional.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fence shaking assess on kong wounds jason was a dumb mega was saying jewish nigger hat on white cop the lawyer for the baltimore police department also questioned shimmy given that you weren't i witnessed to this man falling did you think it was important to go over to tell the police what you saw at the time they want to i didn't want to talk to the police are we not in the video deposition you see shamikh a look at the lawyer for the police department in disbelief her eyes wide as if she's saying are you serious because i didn't want to talk could be the same way they did so you were afraid to talk to the police because they would throw you over the wall to the highway below what they made me sir back to the cop with the red hat that shamikh mentioned the yonah showed her photos the police had taken i want you to go through the pages one time tell us recognize any of the people there that was around the friends sunday i recognize that was that was chasing in jay the officers should make a summer's circled was jared freed abby own ahead it named him in the lawsuit because his name wasn't in the police report the cubs who were named in the report were officer raymond howard an officer dwayne green so what did they say in their depositions.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We've got selected shorts up for you tonight at eight from the center for investigative reporting and p r x this is reveal outlets hey cops from a specialized baltimore police unit now in prison for racketeering and robbery one of their rackets was chasing people through the streets then robbing them but it wasn't just the task force cops who chase people in victimize them our next story first aired in april twenty seventeen reporter mary rose madden of wip are was pouring over old cases brought against the city for police misconduct when she ran across this one it's about a man has died while he was running from the police mary rose decided to investigate further story begins in an alley in west baltimore it was the middle of the afternoon in august of two thousand seven jay cooke was getting into his car to go get him money order to pays rent he could've walked the grocery store is just a short walk away but he was skittish a week earlier j was robbed at gunpoint right here behind his apartment building and so when he saw two people in the alley watching him he took off wait lap male white t shirt that's the description the police called in later they'd report that jay was holding his arm tightly against his body which to them signaled he was concealing a gun.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The komi memo's mollie hemingway we hope to have her on that this indicates this stupid dossier salacious crap was just all a big fat setup yet we have two deputies killed in florida a horrible assassination the sheriff down there says this is a symptom of of of the war on cops is has got to stop me why i got to police chiefs the philadelphia police commissioner now he's apologizing for what is officers did with the arrest of those guys and the baltimore police department commissioner he's hold my beer he's in go one better he's apologizing for two hundred years of police work the baltimore police commissioner gerald assumes says i wanna talk to take up i wanna apologize for all the things that the police have done dating back two hundred years and he absolutely said it joe i mean now you reconcile that with two cops in florida eating breakfast and getting assassin you know i mean where can we go to your foundation your stellar foundation that helps appreciate that big because that's a matter of fact that's why i'm in cleveland and cleveland ohio because i have a really important meeting with a potential donor to gallagher's army because as your show kind of point out joe we'll help these two families for these deputies in florida are our mission is to get funds and assistance to the families of officers who've been killed in the line of duty thank you joe because we'll help these two families gallagher's army dot org gallagher's army dot org or you can call eight eight eight nine thousand nine i give eight eight eight ninety nine i give if you want to help these these families we.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Makes me sick this makes me sick resign your position if you're so bad get out of here you make me say it makes me sick by the way he they offended the african american mostly african american rap crags like get out of here well it'd be peeved get off the stage to see you you fricken clown and here's one more little piece two hundred years ago stay by the way the police the union the baltimore police union with this happened of course i'm sorry philadelphia police union because this is the idiot in philadelphia was to blackmail would arrested starbucks they actually said how dare you you telling us that we're bad and we've been better for two hundred years how dare you did you get out of here you idiot get out of here you apologised what this is the garbage and that's why i tell you the chiefs of police are not police officers anymore they're they're politicians.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Two baltimore police officers have been convicted on federal racketeering charges a jury made up of nine women and three men found baltimore police officers daniel her so and marcus taylor guilty for alex hilton who says he was victimized by herschelle this verdict offers some closure it's crazy 'cause we're talking about because i'm a caps somebody this folded protect with took the the serb acting us attorney stephen shining all the defendants their business model was that the people that they were robbing hug the recourse who were they would william papaya represented her saw his devastated he has no criminal record former partners testified to her saw n taylor's involvement detailing for jurors their countless acts of corruption and how it was carried out and covered up border joy polo fox 45 in baltimore six other police officers from the gun traced task force have already been convicted everyone's okay but there was a scare for the first family on monday donald trump juniors wife vanessa rushed to a new york hospital after feeling ill shortly after white powder spilled from an envelope sheet open in their manhattan apartment preliminary tests say the powder was not hazardous police and the secret service are investigating the source of that letter comedian marty allen has died one half of the duo of alunan rossi and for decades a solo performer or yellen was ninety five also gone the man that frank sinatra once said had the best pipes in the business vaa firm on this three v4 swinger victim owns career spanned more than five decades respiratory old is blamed victim on was eighty nine years old at the winter olympics the us takes gold in the women's halfpipe snowboarding finals 17yearold chloe kim nearly flawless in her final run aerial gold of the united states taking the bronze medal object callahan fox news radio.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"What's not talked about a lot in relation to this cops there is that he was planning on testifying against these guys and he was actually not part of their scheme and in fact when he found out about it he complained about it to higherups and help to get the case going then he is mysteriously killed the baltimore police department turns it against the people in baltimore locks down the neighborhood which is something that they have done for decades that goes all the way back to my youth where they would lock down a whole neighbourhood if something happened that they didn't like and the whole neighborhood suffered collective punishment and ignored the fact there who was really benefiting by this guy's there were the cops carrying out this dirty deeds among the masses and interestingly enough the police department was in especially interested in investigating it a call was made for the feds to come in for the fbi to investigate it and the fbi refused to do so which tells us something about this now there's something to be said about the defense theory in this with defence the cops are putting forward one defence is what we were just following orders which interesting but the orders were clearly a legal 'cause he if a higher up cop is telling you to go rob people implant guns and drugs on a you should be pretty clear that he's giving you a legal orders and carrying them out means that you should go in each go down with you one of the cops though has an interesting approach to it he says well it's not really robbery because we were taking the money from people who gained it you'll legally and if only becomes wrong when we didn't turn again and the reason he's making this argument is that of charge.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The news at eight thirty one the last of six baltimore police officers involved in the 2015 arrest a pretty gray won't be facing a disciplinary hearing after police commissioner kevin davis decided not to proceed with a scheduled hearing davis's decision came less than a week after a police disciplinary board clear lieutenant brian race the highest ranking officer involved in the gray arrest police spokesman t j smith said the evidence nahla gatien's against sergeant alicia why are the same as the previous two hearings and commissioner david stern on feel another hearing would be in good faith sapien burgess spent nearly two decades behind bars for a murder he always insisted he had nothing to do with now a federal jury is given final vindication wrongfully convicted man the 47yearold burgess was released from prison in 2014 after being exonerated and awarded a fifteen million dollar settlement late tuesday in his lawsuit against the baltimore police department a to detectives burgess told the associated press yesterday my lawsuit was never about the money it was about clearing mine name and proving that i was used as a scapegoat to close the case the ridesharing company over now one of the latest to suffer a massive databreach hackers stole personal info about more than fifty seven million customers and drivers who use the app and happened a year ago and hoover tried to cover it up by paying the hackers a one hundred thousand dollar ransom to destroy the stolen information still some uber users like david good years in dc say they're not losing sleep over these acts have it all the time uh i'm sure to uber has like the necessary security features in they're working on it to the big company so i feel safe is also comes after the ridesharing company outfitted cdl in june over reports of a toxic work culture that allowed women to be sexually harassed look at sports in a moment as shown in franklin sneers already know perry hall heating and air conditioning has so many reasons to call that will now perry.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on The Takeaway

"This is the take away for monday november 20th 2017 this is the take away i'm todd's will excel glad you're with us today we're gonna take a closer look at the rise and fall of robert mugabe in zimbabwe this hour and talk to one of the nation's experts on charles manson who died last night at age eighty three but we start this monday take away with two looks inside policing in this country we're going to continue our series to protect and serve life behind the blue line where officers talk about their lives in their own words today anonymous testimony from one officer in our complicated relationship with the community he serves but let's go to baltimore first where things are more than just complicated a federal corruption investigation made its ninth arrest this week already several members of the baltimore police departments gun traced task force have been swept up in a series of bust where prosecutors are charging multiple robberies drug trafficking and fraud officers on the task force were allegedly stealing drugs in cash and other valuables from residents sometimes drug dealers and profiting from those thefts now arrests have spread to philadelphia where codnamed eric snell has been charged with conspiracy to sell cocaine and heroin taken off the streets by his coconspirators in baltimore justin fend covers the baltimore police department for the baltimore sun justin thanks for being here i thought thanks for having me it's good to have you justin this is a multicity now multistate ring of what prosecutors say are dirty cops what exactly are they charged with so the officers are charged with a racketeering although that's the statute that the federal government uses against gangs and the mafia basically this case began when the da was doing a drug investigation into a group that it sold some drugs that had led to a some fatal overdoses and ended up picking up in baltimore police officer on their wiretap uh once they realize this they referred the case to the fbi which began monitoring that officer and others in his unit than an abusing recording devices in the vehicles and ended up cia.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on WGTK

"To wall street dot com slash podcasts we will get to al franken we'll get to the house vote on their tax bill we'll get to all of that we lost a baltimore police officer earlier today and the way he was killed i find so haunting he was a homicide detective sean sooner detective sean shooter is his name prayers for him and his family wife five kids he was out in the most dangerous neighborhood in baltimore doing his job doing his job investigating another homicide he strikes up a conversation with this dude and when he's not looking this guy shoots this police officer in the head nick gillingham there is a massive i mean massive manhunt going on right now in baltimore to find this animal and he is in animal whoever did this to this cop is in animal it's got nothing to do with race by the way white and black there are white animals and there are black animals don't know which one this is but this guy is in animal the problem is in baltimore like in chicago we have too many animals who have absolutely no respect for human life baltimore homicide there's baltimore's like the wild west we think of we think of chicago as the murder capital of of america no which baltimore poor population its baltimore three hundred nineteen homicide so far this year that's like off the charts baltimore's populations what like six hundred some thousand people three hundred nineteen homicide so far this year this is what you get by the way america do you want to know what life looks like without cops look at baltimore look at baltimore that people love baltimore have done nothing but hey on our cops over the last couple of years so cops white lee in baltimore are not police seen as proactively and win cops do not police as proactively in our cities black people die that's just a fact so yeah yeah you connect the dots all of the hate monarch cops gets black people killed detective sean souder who was a black police officer america remember his name let me go to jim hey jim you're on with joe a johore yet i'm okay man good so joe.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on WDRC

"Life in baltimore shot in the head when he stopped a question of n who was acting suspiciously very very grave condition right now in our thoughts and prayers were main with him his family the baltimore police family in our entire city baltimore's police commissioner kevin davis would not identify the wounded officer and says the search for the show shooter continues despite a cold rain dozens of people turned out of the tiny town of rancho table reserve california for a vigil to the five people killed by a gunman on his shooting spree tuesday police now confirming kevin neil killed his wife before that ramp a functional joe's fair and balanced listen my life changed because someone was there to get me to use drugs no one can understand whether or not they have struggled with addiction themselves people seem to think that having someone who will listen is going to help make it better i'm realising that i i need help a muscle i need help i'm realizing that i think having some going to help make it better whether or not they have struggled with addiction themselves keep seem to understand one can get me to use drugs uh in my life changed because someone was there to listen one in seven americans will struggle with addiction during their lifetime want to know how you can help go to here to listen dot com for tips and tools to help turn addiction around.

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"baltimore police" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"baltimore police" Discussed on Reveal

"We conclude that there is reasonable cause to believe that epd engages in a pat on the practice of conduct that violates the constitution and federal antidiscrimination the report confirmed what abby owner was trying to prove in his lawsuit for the cook family that the police used racial profiling that they used force excessively the report even confirmed that some officers use the n word when on the job with no repercussions the doj report also said the baltimore police department needed a clearcut policy on foot pursuits i asked police commissioner kevin davis to respond he took command of the force in 2015 so i wanted to ask you if there is a foot pursuit policy to guide officers conduct they're streaming but there's no specific polls police officers cheeseburgers that's what we do so when we see a person who's engage boom suspicious conduct in if that person ruins police officers should engage in for pursuits that's what we do uh were crimefighters the doj also identified the police departments serious lack of oversight in jas case someone filed an incident report that was inaccurate at best falsified at worst i asked commissioner davis about this sometimes if the reports don't match is who trimming issue sometimes it's a disciplinary issue and then from time to time it's it's the incident in a shoe with truthfulness and and honesty davis said he has no problem holding his police officers accountable he said he fired 23 officers in two thousand sixteen they didn't deserve to through represent this agency in our community so what happened to the officers nj cooks case officer howard who got the facts wrong and the rumour of j staff left the force a month after the incident to become a police officer in delaware he would bradley the black cop who was there when j died filed a discrimination suit of his own against the department several years later the suit was dismissed and bradley is no longer a policeman angela choi is still on the baltimore police force so is jerry freed the cobb a witness said shook the fence jay was hanging on to.

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