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"bernard kerik" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"bernard kerik" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"On Jackson McGill In a year of shocking random attacks in New York City, we have yet another one here on Christmas Eve, Police say a woman was walking down a Manhattan street today when a man hit her in the head with a cinder block. It happened just after 2 P.m. on East 47th Street and Third Avenue. Victim taken to Bellevue Hospital, where she is listed in serious condition. The suspect fleeing the scene, the NYPD, calling it an unprovoked attack. New York City is reporting its first significant allergic reaction to the Corona virus vaccine yesterday, officials announcing a health care worker had been treated and is in stable condition upon having the reaction after receiving the Fizer vaccine allergist Dr Pervy Parekh says she disagrees with the U. K's recommendation. That those with severe allergies skipped the shop. For now, anaphylactic reactions or serious logic. Reactions of vaccines are actually very, very rare. It's dangerous to make his blanket statements without clarifying. I would caution that you know, people not panic until we actually have more information. Some 30,000 doses have already been administered in the city, and officials say it's the only bad response so far. W ABC News Time 705 traffic and transit on the way now your forecast. It's from the Ramsey Mazda Weather Center tonight. Very windy. Lots of rain. Low 57 High Wind warning, in effect, gusts up to 60 MPH of Flood Watch starting at 11 tomorrow. Christmas Day Rain and wind early highs in the upper fifties Currently 58 degrees in Central Park 56 in Poughkeepsie from the 77 W ABC News desk. I'm Jackson McGill. There's Saturday at 2 P.m., New York's former top cop, Bernard Kerik. He's been undercover of commissioner of the NYPD, and now he's taking.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani Claims Hunter Biden's Laptop Has Photos Of Underage Girls
"Mr. Mayor. Rudy Giuliani joins me now, Mr Mary, how you doing this morning? I'm doing Well, how are you? I'm great. I'm excited. Too weak from today. I think we're going to find out. Trump won Maybe even the night before that to be nice. You have made some news, sir. All these stories coming out now about 100 biting hard drive. Email. Democrats have never job. I never denied these. Amy. These e mails were fake. Never said they're fake blah, blah, blah. But you you made the amount you'd explain it that there are now and I don't get this wrong. Photos of underage girls. Maybe naked girls underage on Hunter Biden's hard drive and now an FBI agent that signed a subpoena to take the hard drive, actually, ah focuses and investigates crimes committed against Children. So this is a big deal. Explain what you have so far. Well, there's only a certain that I can explain properly. Ah! I was given the hard drive. By my attorney who got it from the man who was repairing it, and after a long period of time, opened it up, looked at it and basically found evidence. Criminality with regard to Ukraine and China. Basically, there are Very, very clear statements on there. That the money that Hunter Biden was collecting from Ukraine, China Russia. Kazakhstan, Romania. That he was sharing a Toledo had with his father. Even during the time his father was vice president. Which would take this from a conflict of interest case. You a straight out really, really serious bribery case. And those those 100 Biden's words. In a text. You a relative. Complaining about the half that he has to give his father Is also a document there. In which tent in which the Bidens the Biden family meeting, Hunter is on his uncle. Go into business with three major Chinese communist members of Chinese organized crime. Very dangerous people, one of whom is and killed subsequently executed. Uh, and it's a deal where they get $10 million a year. 50% of the profits for making introductions. And Hunter gets a million dollars up front from the Chinese Communist. They also set up the office together. However, when you find the secret document, which is in the in the hard drive, there's a secret document that includes an additional part. It isn't in the official papers. The additional partner gets 10%. Off the overall deal. Then, according to 100 texts, actually gets 50% of what everybody else gets. Oh, he's getting a big chunk. The additional partner is described as 10% for the big guy. I'm reading from the text right now. 10% for the big guy. So now you have to figure out who is the big guy. Go. Pages later, or two Text later. Hunter. Biden is asking for teas for the new office, the first key that he asked for the job, but The second key for Jill. Bye. So he's gonna be in this office of this partnership between the Biden family. In the Chinese communist government, the name of the businesses Hudson West or something. And And finally Now I've been to anonymous Forces What's called who were involved in this deal who have identified the big guy as Joe Biden. And one of them is on the verge of becoming public. I know who they are not at liberty to give you their names, but they have been made known to the FBI and have given statements to the FBI. So basically Basically Basically what you have. Is, um Clear evidence that Biden I was involved. In massive bribery. I think I think it's described this 30 30 years 30 years of bribery, described his people. In the text messages are incredible, breathtaking crimes. In addition to it, there's a photograph section 28 to 29,000 photos that many of them harmless. Some of which Pornographic. Some of which could be described as perverted. And then there was some That, in the words of Hunter Biden's words and the way he describes his activities. Reconstitute. Um, danger to Children. So it was submitted to the Delaware police. Buy me and former Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik. Them to analyze and determine what what exactly is this? There are Pictures of young girls cannot describe exactly how they dressed. But In a way that would be a matter of concern. And there are texts. In which he admits that he's a danger to Children. And then their attacks that make allegations about him that he denies. Even though he admits he's a danger. The Children he denies having taken his clothes off in front of them. Or having face time. The nude. Psychiatrist or one of the young girls since that he did that.
"bernard kerik" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"WNBC Mobile app. W A T C traffic in transit. We're still looking at a lot of heavy traffic here on the eastbound L I e through queens from the B Q. E After the cross Avid Parkway, it's about a 40 minute trip. Southern State Parkway eastbound very heavy from Valley Stream State Park into the Meadowbrook. We still have a lot of heavy volume here westbound on the Kiwi from the Long Island Expressway down in through Hamilton Avenue North Band Westside Highway from 57th Street up to the W B. It's about a half hour ride. Hatband Lincoln Tunnel about a 10 minute delay The outbound Holland Tunnel, but 20 to 25 minute Bank of Jersey westbound to Etienne north. There's an accident right around exit. 15. I'm jealous. Talk Radio 77 W. Saturday at 2 P.m.. New York's former top cop, Bernard Kerik. He's been undercover of Commissioner Robi, NYPD, and now he's taking you behind the bag on 77. It's behind the badge with former police commissioner Bernie Kerik, New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik Saturday at 2 P.m. 77, You ate meat. Movie buff, Animal lover, Safe Driver. Five years of driving an ambulance teaches you a thing or two. If people knew what I know lives could be saved. When I see a car trying to rush past the turning bus. I get concerned, you see when big vehicles turn right. They have to swing.
"bernard kerik" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"B C traffic in transit Good morning and Steve Michael's 77 WNBC traffic. The inbound Hudson River crossings are Quiet for you. But the cross Frantz Expressway starting to get a little bit busy in the usual spots coming into the Bronx River Parkway heading west and then once again out by Webster Avenue, right out through the Alexander Hamilton Bridge eastbound It'll be about a 10 minute trip from the Deegan right down in the Bruckner. The New England Thruway looks good. The hutches Pretty quiet this morning. No delays on the FDR or the West Side Highway. Still a little bit of traffic up in Irvington on cell member of a Parkway, head himself at the New York State Thruway. The Thruway looks good. In New Jersey. Good traffic on the parkway starting to feel just a little bit south of the Driscoll Bridge all the way down through what exit 105 and so far so good to the long Island beaches. Now the W A B C weather beautiful, sunny skies for today up to 85 70 right now for tonight, Clear 65 in the city, 55 north and West. For Monday and Tuesday. Sunny 82 85 I'm Steve Michael's 77 w A. B C traffic and Weather Tunnel to Towers Foundation and 77 WNBC. Remember 9 11 a day that changed our lives forever Join us for a day of remembrance reflections of a day from Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former police Commissioner Bernard Kerik and many more insight and perspective. You will only get here from the front line heroes all day. September 11th Tunnel to Towers Foundation 11 remembering 77 w, ABC hoaxes and other fake news stories. This is uncovering the truth. With Dr Maria Ryan and Rudy Giuliani guarding against Misinformation News. It doesn't seem to be making a difference using coming since thinking with New York Street.
"bernard kerik" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"That's graduate two four seven four seven four seven. Good Morning New York. This is the Cath. Roundtable TRONC CAST. Matiz here Sunday morning. New York. We're having tough times. The Police Department is having tough times with us. Today's Bernie Kerik He was the police. Commissioner Outta Rudy Giuliani for six years and He went through tough times but nine eleven. Good Morning Commissioner. Kerik how are you good again? I I want to give you my condolences. Loss Mom And Something like that and we we never forget. Mom's my mom passed away forty three years ago next. They remember her day. It's true so it's always a bad time John and it's You know if you're GONNA have somebody in your family ties one. You want to be there with them. Under these circumstances. That wasn't the case Was Real Dignity and the way we had to handle. Her funeral was just If it was a bad it kind of reminded me of a bra standing through a war. Time you know funeral. I think it will rise to sixteen minutes from the time I got out of the car to so materials until the time I got back into cards golfing you know just Bad stuff so My heart goes out to anybody having to go through this In the Democrat It's just it's difficult difficult thing to do especially today being mother's Day Commissioner. You were there for nine eleven. You had really hard times during their yet. It was touch and go a couple of times Mayor Giuliani and I guess this has a couple of compare to what you know two different situations but horrible times New York. You give us your feelings givers. What say you about all of situation while looks you know? It's two different scenarios in the aftermath of nine eleven. We didn't know what was coming. The warning until eight forty six on the morning of the eleventh after the first plane hit tower one Luckily for us in this is where I think we're going to realize the aftermath depend where some of the big downfalls were but luckily for us on September eleventh from nineteen ninety six on Rudy Giuliani had created the opus of emergency management and we were constantly constantly every three or four months. We had mock drills tabletop exercises. We were planning for just about any kind of crisis you can imagine be at West Nile virus A biochemical attack the subway. You name it. We were drilling practicing preparing for some sort of crisis. Although we've never a badgered somebody would fly to torpedoes if you will into the World Trade Center immediately after the attack Our response capabilities are rescue capabilities. All came into play Falling out of the programs and policies. We put together in preparation for crisis in the city. What we've seen happen in. The aftermath of endemic is that many cities many states around the country Even nineteen years after September eleventh. When you would think we would be prepared for things like this. They were really truly unprepared. New York City. Unfortunately being wanted them they didn't have the P. They did have a number of resources. A bunch of resources that they should have had on him or had the ability to get to quickly and I think lessons learned in the aftermath of this. I think we're GONNA see a lot of stuff that should have happened prior. Didn't and I think there's GonNa be a lot of stuff they're going to be able to look at and say okay. These are things we have to do for the future. These are ways that we could prepare. These are ways that we could you know we can have policies of programs in place so that it's something like this is again will be able to handle ended efficient way where it saves lives protects people and most importantly to me. John that there's nothing more important to be right now than this that it takes care of the better when the we send out there on the daily basis to do a job that nobody else will do. And that's the first responders that has to go to work. They they can't take all they can't stay home. They can't work from their house. They've gotta go to work and we need to make sure that they're taking general that they have the equipment they need in a circumstance like this there should have been p readily available from day one for the time the CDC said being masks. They need gloves that you know whatever they should have been in a position where they had deteriorated. They did not and and I know too well From the aftermath of nine eleven. You know what they're going to need equipment and then they gonNA need taking care rope when it's over. I'm extremely frustrated with Mayor de Blasio. Not only at his leadership Inability to I should say the his inability to manage but the fact that this guy He opposes legislation. That would take care of the of the first responders to the guy talked about the The I think it's completely insane. I went through this and the aftermath of nine eleven will be at rest slated around the country that what supports a better way Been what he hid from. The men on the streets look at the cost of frustrated on a number of different fronts importantly they don't have the equipment they need The PD's presenting it or Prodi form may be getting it now but they weren't getting it for the first three to four or five weeks number one number two They're being given orders by the better to go out. Basically confront people regarding you. Know wearing masks social distancing and the problem here is on a number of different fronts around the country the attorney general and a number of jobs and Said said that this type of activity this type of enforcement in many cases the constitution in our civil liberties. Well what happens when a top goes out there and he put fun somebody and it gets physical because that person resist with pop tate's action and then some court says the properties wrong. It was a violation of the guys. Constitutional rights well. Who's goes good blasios support? He's not GonNa be the cops can he's going to take an career wise financial. What do I tell new? Yorkers I mean you also commissioner you in charge of rikers island a mess that putting willows prisoners Onto onto the streets of Manhattan. Listen John the Mayor of New York City. Let preserve go out prisoners. Let them out of rikers back into streets of New York City. They went out and committed more crimes. And then he's threatening everyday citizens to put them in jail. Because we're bask too close to somebody really somebody needs commonsense. Somebody boots to come to a realization that there are laws in the constitution in this country where we have to live by. But I would say the all New Yorkers you know what this is a difficult time we're going to get through. We've done this before we'll get through this time. Just stay strong. Keep your head up and just keep pushing forward Bernie Kerik. Thank you so much coming onto the show today and Both thinking about our mothers today. Don't you John this is the catch roundtable? Be Right back..
President Trump pardons former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich
"Post impeachment presidential pardons and appointments since the impeachment acquittal president trump has been flexing his executive powers by pardoning seven people this week including the junk bond king Michael Milken and Bernard Kerik the former New York City police commissioner he also commuted the sentences of former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich and three others he's also made some major appointments in an effort to surround himself with loyalists you can trust especially in the spy agency arena the most notable being Richard Grinnell the U. S. ambassador to Germany to the powerful position of acting director of national intelligence and they can get an acting position the president was able to sidestep Senate
Trump declares himself 'chief law enforcement officer' of America
"After commuting the sentences of former Illinois governor rod the glade vision former New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik among others president trump seem to take his authority one step further yesterday I'm actually I guess the chief law enforcement officer of the country but I've chosen not to be involved my guest is former federal prosecutor Jennifer Rogers who teaches at Columbia Law School so chief law enforcement officer is the designation usually given to the U. S. Attorney General can trump claimed that title as president I don't think so I mean he's not a law enforcement officer at all I mean he's the head of the executive branch of course and you know it is true to say that there's no legal barrier to him presiding over and involving himself in the department of justice's work but that's not the same thing as saying he's the chief law enforcement officer which suggests that he actually has not just the authority but a reason to do that like he's supposed to be involving himself in that matter he said this after he granted clemency in several politically charged cases without going through the established pardon process what do you see this ad is it trump flouting his authority is it from setting up future pardons for friends or something else well I think both of those things I mean it you know some of the people pardoned or granted commutation yesterday did have relationships with him I mean rod Blagojevich for example was on celebrity apprentice with him years ago so it's certainly some of that but I think it's also the first point you make which is I don't care about how things are supposed to be done I don't care about the men and women of the justice department who worked so hard in these cases and who in the normal pardon process would give me the benefit of all of their wisdom about these cases I'm just going to do whatever I want to DO and guess what no one can do anything about it I mean that's a big part of the message here that he's not only flouting the regular kind of establish procedures by you know kind of thumbing his nose at all of us in a way there's nothing we can do to stop it well he also contrary to the stated preferences of Attorney General William Barr he continued his tweets about the Roger stone case and denigrated the judge in that case you have to wonder where he's going with that yeah I mean this is also part of a pattern he has been denigrating judges since he was a candidate you know remember he what he said about the judge who had part of the fraud case against his trump university so they know this is part of the pattern for him and the and again it's you know I can do what I want no one can stop me not even you know I'm I'm not even considering off limits that another branch of government you know he'll go ahead and denigrate judges and challenge them and of course the judiciary is you know a separate and co equal branch of government so that's part of his pattern as well I don't think the judge Amy Berman Jackson is or will be intimidated or wait at all by what the president is saying so won't have that particular impact but again it's part of him telling the rest of us you know I am I can do whatever I want I'm uncontrollable and he's going to continue to be that way I think what does this do to the career prosecutors at the justice department he's commenting on cases and judges and granting clemency without going through the process have you talked to colleagues in the justice department to see where they're at yeah it's really demoralizing for people at the justice department I mean I certainly spoken with many former colleagues of mine and I know also that people still in the department are just very concerned about what's going on you know they are taught from day one we all were that your job is to do the right thing it is in a political job you don't take those issues into account and you're not supposed to do favors for people you know friends of people in power just like you're not supposed to go after the political enemies of the people in power and so to see the president urging those things that are so contrary to the fair administration of justice as all people in the justice department swear to uphold is really concerning and so I think that the department is really revealing right now which is part of the reason that Bill bar with I think trying to calm people down with the statements that he made the other day there are also rumors that bill Barr was going to resign as Attorney General of course the department spokeswoman said he has no plans to resign with those rumors possibly aimed at an audience of one president trump I have no idea you know whether that was aimed at at trump to push back on him a little bit or aimed at the men and women in the department to say don't worry I take this very seriously and I'm ready to resign if you know our independent our ability to do our job continues to be meddled with by the president but I also hate those statements of the rumors of those statements with an entire shaker full of salt because you know it seems to me that bill Barr has been doing exactly what he had wanted to do in terms of increasing executive power at the expense of his own department since he came into the job so the notion that as successful as he's been seeking really exactly these results that he's working on now you know that he would resign now seems to me a far
Chelsea Handler mocked after incorrectly suggesting President Trump only pardoned white people
"Home it would Chelsea handler tweeted something out of course he's an idiot and which she said was dead wrong but you could at any way you can I tell the people from the place for all of doctor missing comedian Chelsea handler made a bold assumption after president either yeah I'm sorry the color yeah your name I'm not I'm never never get anything that she's done but I did left one time so they could picture but hello made a bold assumption after president Donald Trump granted clemency to let people on Tuesday suggesting her social media followers and notice what color all the criminals are the him herself appears not to have right past the headlines in the twittersphere was happy to lighten her as the fact there was quite a bit of diversity in the group of people who received either partner computation percent so the president earlier in the day and president trump issued pardons to seven individuals and commuted the sentences of four others on Tuesday and several of the more high profile even controversial at the media and turn highlighted the release of former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich and the pardons a former New York City Mick police commissioner Bernard Kerik financier Michael Milken and a former San Francisco forty Niners owner Eddie DeBartolo junior of all the notable names dominated the presses one critic accuse president trump of granting favors to crooks with his executive actions as CNN's Chris Cuomo tweeted president trump just pardoned only elites several outlets took the time to reveal all of the people who were soon either reunite with their families or have the records wiped clean thank the president evidently miss Taylor did not read any such coverage well our president exonerates criminals and releases them from jail notice what color they all are handler tweeted apparently ignored the fact the number of women of color were pardoned or freed thinks president trump's actions on Tuesday I've noticed a lot of them are black what you trying to say Chelsea replied conservative writer and media analyst mark dice a director and producer Robbie Starbuck took the time to educate him the further between pictures of three of the women impacted with the message Chelsea this is the anti Stanton tiny cell and crystal Yost over granted committed sentences or a full pardon heated eleven commutations or pardons today at eleven seven looked white account and whites account for seventy seven percent of the population your those are tweeting have Chelsea handler Chris Cuomo apologize for their feigned outrage after getting if you're getting it wrong our own troops we put at real dollar from here just of the mid season real dollar terms pardons and commutations do you think they've done that innocent
Pardons Granted by President Donald Trump
"But as I pointed out it was a pardon frenzy yesterday that was all the talk all the rage across the national airwaves and of course local airwaves as to president trump and his decision to pardon and or commute sentences for a lot of prominent people in some not so proud and we want your thoughts as well to hear on the phone line seven oh two two five seven five three nine six as we discuss the president and his decision to pardon these die and grant clemency on Tuesday to eleven people who serve prison sentences for crimes in high profile cases ranging from gaming fraud and tax evasion to drug related charges now trump who has a broad clemency powers granted by the constitution we understand this right grand full pardons our full legal forgiveness for a crime to seven people commuted and shorten the sentences of four others now obviously presents seven party people for years and we acknowledge that we understand that and occasionally there's been situations where presidents across the board at pardon people that are controversial right that are you take a look at you said you now I don't necessarily think that was the right thing to do wasn't it I don't understand why you decided pardon this person over it over another and the eight calls into question credibility of the individual but with Donald Trump it it is interesting take a look at the individuals that he has decided to partner can either sense and of course when you talk about high profile maybe nobody more high profile than rob boy it bubble ball go eight H. and this obviously rob luggage was a prominent politician in Illinois for a for a number of years Abbas the governor of Illinois and there is this perception out there of politics in that state and it's not a good one okay it's a it's a it's a reputation that corruption runs wild that it's the wild wild west even though its Illinois in the Midwest and that are you that is you know more so maybe than any other state in the country it has a bad reputation so the fact that the president would decide on robin we'll go live H. to be one of the people pardon I I think is a prize is a lot of people now to give you the details basically rob all I get is it is a formula governor sort of forty eight was serving a fourteen year presents for federal charges that uses powers as governor to extract campaign money and other favors for potential contenders for the Illinois Senate seat that was left open by president Obama when when he be actually took office now troubles previously asserted that but boy that should Democrat who appeared as a guest on the president's program he's not slip your prince was treated very very unfairly there's a there's a running theme here with president trump is it's when when he discusses the reasoning behind these pardons it always is these people around you know these people have suffered these people are you know they're getting railroaded they've been wronged as people at by the way the convicted felons okay this isn't it a pity party for people that are you know serving hard time for crimes a day they had been convicted of committing all right so you've got blue eyes itch you also have obviously high profile a person in Bernard Kerik he's the former police commissioner in New York a lot of this remember him as a really one of the prominent people along with governor jewelery she's the mayor Giuliani in New York City during nine eleven he was the New York City police commissioner who was very lauded for his response the nine eleven attacks rightly so in my opinion apparently but unfortunately for him he was sent to four years in prison after he pleaded guilty to felony charges of tax fraud and lying to White House officials while being interviewed to head the department of homeland security he served three years in federal prison before his release in two thousand thirteen there's also another I'm not a number of other prominent people that have been pardon we talk about Eduardo junior form on the same school forty Niners a lot of people in sports obviously no he is he was fined one million as part of the gambling fraud case in Louisiana like nineties you got Michael Milken a rope funny it's here talked about as the junk bond king pleaded guilty in nineteen ninety to several counts of securities in tax violations an announcement of his pardon the White House described him as one of America's greatest financiers and credit is work fighting prostate cancer I'm you also have our you'll free lawyer he's a founder and chief executive officer ET understands that there's kind of a pattern going on here free learner will you know was the CEO of an Arlington Virginia based software company pleaded guilty in two thousand fourteen serve two months in prison for conspiring to hack into your computer system the two competitors yeah Paul Paul pope who is a the owner of a Texas construction company plead guilty and sense of three years in prison in two thousand ten for filing a false federal tax return and there's there's David survey Safavian Viet Safavian's give me and a I enjoy stand also who has been part enlisting was an author Dr a reality TV star served time in prison for her part in a stolen car ring and I so I don't I guess you would characterize Angela Stanton necessarily as a white collar criminal but does she is now a trump supporter advocate for criminal justice reform and the goddaughter of Martin Luther king junior's politically conservative niece L. B. two K. and she spoke also at the two thousand eighteen women for trump conference and frankly post pro trump messages or Twitter account so there is a there's kind of running pattern here when it comes to these Florio pardons that the president has decided to engage and the funny thing would be white collar crime for the most part right and criminals who have been convicted of crimes obviously nonviolent crimes they are not talking about you know serial rapist here not talking about mass murderers by any stretch but there is a there's kind of a running theme here as JT shop judges your lives to and I don't think I'm online G. by pointing this out that well it is very very it's very intriguing to say the least right that the president of the United States is decided to pardon these types of individuals in any of these individuals spend time in el Chapo cell in NC si I would suspect not I think that does want one of those the the person you're talking about I'm to my glove not is getting a raw deal on that with that situation six does not at least I don't I don't expect they did have to deal with that with with that type of
"bernard kerik" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"In twenty twelve we're trying to sell Barack Obama Senate seat to the highest bidder that was a tremendously powerful ridiculous sentence in my opinion and what will go if it's told reporters he plans to use his freedom to fight the type of corruption that landed him in jail amid fight against a corrupt criminal justice system that all too often persecution prosecutes people did nothing wrong well over sentence people show no mercy and who are in positions that have no accountability they can do and say whatever they want the president also commuted the sentence of former NYPD could NYPD commissioner Bernard Kerik serving time for tax fraud the clemency grants come after a tense week between president trump and Attorney General bill Barr bar is reportedly considering quitting because the president tweets about the business of the justice department New Jersey governor Phil Murphy wants to clean up sexual harassment in the workplace and he announced some plans after a year long study K. Y. W. South Jersey bureau chief David mad reports state officials are looking to act quickly from the halls of the state capitol to the local market it's a problem left unaddressed for too long Rachel Weiner after director of new Jersey's division on civil rights has led the effort to come up with ideas to change that even as women make up nearly half of the work force sexual harassment persists in every sector of the economy and it persists in housing and places of public accommodation as well legislation will be introduced to better define a hostile working environment require better training allow paid and unpaid workers more time to file a complaint businesses with more than fifty workers would have to report annually to the state's governor Phil Murphy will also order state licensing agencies to change policies on workplace harassment with particular emphasis on the casino industry in South Jersey David Madden KYW news radio well with one day of deliberations in the books jurors in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial are still undecided in order for there to be a verdict in this case all the jurors have to be on the same page to either find winds deemed guilty of the charges or innocent the jury of seven men and five women began deliberating around noon Tuesday at after five hours came back with several questions but without a verdict they will resume this morning and there's no telling how long deliberations may take for perspective in the first trial of Bill Cosby after more than a week it was a hung jury no verdict in his second trial jurors came to a votive guilty after about half a day back Piper CBS news New York a wide W. entertainment minutes Billy Eilers with accepting her brit award for best international female solo act when this happened listen I mean of course live a loved Clinton has always felt like a second home to me Billy was in there I just prime is announced there a tribute to kings tour covering the entire rush nineteen seventy seven album a farewell to kings your privacy favorites will still be on the set they're going to be at the met in Philly and you the first few minutes of the walking dead mid season ten premiere was released online it picks up exactly where it left off before thanksgiving the show back this Sunday on AMC sure they don't get it that's your team admitted sponsored by hundreds and plumbing cooling heating expertly better I'm Stevie rescate Y. W. news radio it's nine thirty eight there's a crash on the Baltimore pike St we'll have details right after this on the stories that matter to you with a wide W. in doubt subscribe.
Trump grants clemency to 11 convicts, including Rod Blagojevich
"President trump goes on a clemency blitz president trump granted clemency to eleven people convicted of federal crimes pardoning seven of them and commuting the sentence of four others including former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich he was convicted of trying to sell president Obama's vacant Senate seat to the highest bidder yes we have commuted the sentence of rod he served eight years in jail W. BDM reporter Steve Miller fourteen year prison sentence was for corruption conviction including allegations he sold the U. S. Senate seat notoriously saying I've got this thing in its bleeping golden he was impeached removed from office in two thousand nine and twenty ten he was on celebrity apprentice where the star was Donald Trump himself in twenty twelve you went to federal prison on full partners were given the former junk bond king Michael Milken former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik and former San Francisco forty Niners owner Eddie DeBartolo
Trump grants clemency to 11 convicts, including Rod Blagojevich
"President trump goes on a clemency blitz president trump granted clemency to eleven people convicted of federal crimes pardoning seven of them and commuting the sentence of four others including former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich he was convicted of trying to sell president Obama's vacant Senate seat to the highest bidder yes we have computers the sense of rod he served eight years in jail WBBM reporter Steve Miller fourteen year prison sentence was for corruption conviction including allegations he sold the U. S. Senate seat notoriously saying I've got this thing in its bleeping golden he was impeached removed from office in two thousand nine and twenty ten he was on celebrity apprentice where the star was Donald Trump himself in twenty twelve you went to federal prison full pardons were given the former junk bond king Michael Milken former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik and former San Francisco forty Niners owner Eddie DeBartolo junior I'm Jim
"bernard kerik" Discussed on KOMO
"Woman tried to kidnap the baby on the way after ABC news out of a Colorado prison tonight a free man my first thought was I want to five time to get a run in the former Illinois governor speaking to reporters after being released from a Colorado prison president trump commuting his fourteen year prison sentence for political corruption his wife Patti appeal directly to the president on fox news presence about justice and fairness the president was watching he served eight years in jail the president also issued pardons to other high profile people at the urging of his friends and supporters including the former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik a long time friend of Rudy Giuliani's convicted of tax fraud ABC's Jonathan Karl a potential bombshell from Attorney General William Barr sources say he's told people close to him he's considering quitting after president trump refused to stop tweeting about justice department cases bar telling ABC news days ago the president's tweets have made it impossible to do his job trump insists he has a legal right I'm Derek Dennis ABC news one thousand have been ninety seven seven news time eight thirty one it's forty degrees art Sanders top local stories from a couple twenty four seven news center the third state of the city address from Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan included a lot of pledges to help people from workers to small business owners to immigrants in says the city will continue to welcome immigrants and refugees that they want them to come out of the shadows for things like the twenty twenty census fair.
A Complete List of Trump’s Pardons and Commutations
"Today. Donald Trump continued his full on assault. On the rule of law pardoning and commuting the sentences of several high profile criminals he notably included former Illinois governor. Rod Blagojevich was convicted of trying to sell Barack Obama's Senate seat vacated because he was elected president in exchange for campaign contributions. Begovic had served eight years of a fourteen year prison sentence. You may also remember the governor from the apprentice where he messed up the Harry Potter Challenge and got fired Donald Trump. We'll technically by the apprentice producers today the President Communities Sentence Response Members of the Illinois House Republican delegation released a saying quote. We're disappointed by the president's commutation of Robert Mugabe of federal sentence. Begovic is the face of public corruption in Illinois. And not once has he shown any remorse for his clear undocumented. Record of egregious crimes that undermined the trust placed in him by the voters. Nbc News Correspondent. Tom Winter reminds us are eating. A jury found him guilty of trying to extort the CEO of Children's Memorial Hospital for a donation in exchange for increasing the payments to doctors. Who took care of Specialty Care Kids? Oh but Donald Trump was not done there he also pardoned former New York police department. Commissioner Bernard Kerik pleaded guilty to eight felony charges including tax fraud and lying to White House officials. Carrick was nominated by George W Bush to be the Secretary of Homeland Security before withdrawing that nomination just a week later. The judge gave a longer sentence than agreed to the plea deal saying quote. I think the damage caused by Mr Carrick is in some ways. Immeasurable trump also pardoned bond. Trader Michael Milkin. So guy considered to be the face of insider trading in the nineteen eighty S. Milton was originally charged with ninety eight. Federal counts including racketeering. He pleaded guilty to six felony charges of securities fraud conspiracy. He was sentenced to ten years in prison. He also paid six hundred million dollars in fines and restitution at sentencing. The judge said quote when a man of your power in the financial world repeatedly conspires to violate and violate securities and tax laws in order to achieve more power and wealth for himself and his wealthy clients. A significant president prison term is required in order to deter others others receive clemency from trump today glued former San Francisco Forty niners owner Edward debartolo junior. Who pleaded guilty in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight two concealing an extortion attempt involving the governor of Louisiana David Savvy and the former Bush administration official who was sentenced to a year in prison for lying about his association with Jack? Abramov June grown the owner of a Mental Health Care Company. Who was serving a thirty five year prison sentence for running? A two hundred. Five million dollar Medicare fraud scheme to be clear. This is the president who spent the last six months arguing. He so pose corruption. He had to make sure. Ukrainian president was to by withholding credit grudgingly approved military aid unless you launch fake investigation into the Biden's and route around Kremlin source conspiracy theory tourist findings but somehow this group of liars an extortionist and swindlers is the group of people. Trump felt deserve clemency. Maybe it's just a coincidence. That trump is pardoning these felons as the sentencing yet. Another one of his criminal pals looms earlier today. Trump tweeted about the judge in the trial of his longtime friend and advisor. Roger Stone suggesting stone deserved a new trial. Not long after the judge ruled stone. Sentencing hearing we'll go on that's planned on Thursday. Although she did say Roger. Stone's sentence will not begin until after she rules on his request for a new trial. Trump's interference with the stone cases. Troubled the Federal Judges Association so much that they called an emergency meeting tomorrow to address it and joining me now. For more on the president's pardoning spree. Today's Walter Dellinger. He was formerly formerly the acting. Solicitor General and also the head of the office of Legal Counsel at the Department of Justice under president. Bill Clinton Mr Dellinger. What do these pardons say to you as somebody who worked in in at high levels in justice in the United States? Well I think the show that we're really at the at the end of being a country that believes in equal justice under law there was no process to see how these crimes and these sentences compared with others who remain in prison. It's the president's own whim when a president acts by Wim and says he did of the Goya Vich. I wanted wife on television that that is an assault on the rule of law. But it goes much deeper than that. This is part of a three pronged assault on low as we know it. It involves threats of criminal prosecution of political opponents. Those investigate you. It involves promises that the president will intervene on behalf of those who commit crimes on his behalf and it. The third leg of this assault is his attack on judges and jurors in cases in which he's involved there is there's a banana republic aspect to it as you said that if you're friends with the president or on his TV show you get a pardon no matter what you've done and if you cross him in any way you might end up being prosecuted and we know that William Bar doesn't seem to be opposed to doing that but they're also does seem to be kind of a sort of Ross statement of power that Donald Trump is saying that if you commit these particular kinds of crimes that are against the Public. Trust that our financial in nature that are about corruption when he himself was impeached for corruption. It almost as sort of I don't know it almost feels like a message about that too about the fact that he's saying no no. I'm going to use of dive into corruption and revel in it. That's a good point Jordan. He treats he treats very high status people as if they're high status is a mitigation of their crops. When in fact it is an exacerbation that makes him so much worse. When you're a privileged person take for example. The fact that he has intervened on behalf of someone who was this got to be the national security adviser and lied about an investigation not just any investigation an investigation into a foreign military powers intervention. Our election. He intervened on behalf of someone who has been a prominent associated with President. Said is Roger Stone Who who committed five categories of lies and engaged in what the first department memo said was a relentless multi year attempt to again and obstruct justice in terms of an investigation into the corruption and the election and then finally the sympathy for someone. Who had the Honora being governor of one of our largest states? And who is thoroughly corrupt? And who sold a position in the United States Senate? Now that's he treats those because high status people as mitigation of their crops. And would it surprise you if the after to the things that Donald Trump does as well when it surprised if he's setting up there's been a lot of questions about whether he might try to part himself like if he's ever found to have committed some crime and that would certainly make himself the biggest part of the mall. I think he would undoubtedly attempt to pardon himself and everyone around him. He certainly let it be known that if a if he's re-elected or or even in the period after he was defeated he is GonNa take care of Of of everyone he knows including himself. I think the courts would reject hisself pardon but you know no presents ever tried that before so we can't be sure and the way in which he he seems to revel in the fact that he could take someone like sheriff. Joe Arpaio a law enforcement officer who is targeting Latinos for harassment and using the power of the police deliberately against a minority group and he pardoned him of criminal contempt of court that the way in which he plays with this. I think Dolly Elliptic who some times on this show referred to the `constitutionalisation of narcissism is what we face in this country. Yeah IT DONALD. Trump wants credit of also doing first step back kinds of criminal justice reform. He wants credit for that. But but do you sense in the pardons that he's doing especially today that the real message here is his own power right that he's essentially saying if you're powerful and you're my friend that is actually how you get a justice not by being somebody who was falsely accused of a crime or got too long of a sentence for having marijuana or something like that. That's why there's absolutely the absolute absence of any sense that the people pardoned held they compared with the culpability and the sentences of the tens and tens of thousands who remain in federal prison. The idea that he can act on on Mir welcome. I think something we've never seen the president before you know. Some people are going to raise the a Bill Clinton's pardon of financier and fugitive Bark Rich. And that was the worst thing. Bill Clinton did in eight years and an office is unjustified pardon but Donald Trump is taking it to a very different level where he's using the levers of the of the power of his office in order to corrupt law threatening opponents rewarding those who would commit crimes on his behalf going after judges and jurors in. I don't know where we go from here. I think we two thousand former prosecutors not just signed a letter but perhaps to think about blocking the willing to be arrested blocking the entrance of the Justice Department out. You have to use your imagination where we go from here Walter Dellinger. Thank you very much really appreciate your time and joining me now. For more. On the president's pardoning Spree Matthew Miller former chief spokesperson for the Department of Justice who's down MSNBC Justice analyst and Betsy Woodruff Swan Politics reporter at the daily beast and she's also an MSNBC contributor. So let's talk about sort of where where he could go from here and where and what it means and I'll start with where he could go from here. Betsy because is there any reporting on how much more of this because it does appear that there is a pattern? Somebody is either you know his friend or was on the apprentice goes on Fox News and pleads for his help he immediately responds to his friends and gives them a pardon. Who's who might be next on the list. I spent the afternoon talking to people who identify or describe themselves as allies of Roger Stone and they said that they saw the spate of clemencies that came down today as very comforting to them. Because they believe it's a signal. The President is sending that Roger. Stone may be next in line for this type of executive action. I thought your use of the phrase Banana Republic was really interesting because a federal judge. Us that exact same phrase in a transcript that was recently released from a closed door hearing regarding the investigation. That's now closed into Andrew McCabe and the judge literally said that the fact that trump was tweeting about McCabe so often the fact that he appeared to be interfering in that process created the appearance of a Banana Republic. So the thing to keep an eye on both the president of course granting clemency to people who he views as his political allies in part because he sees them on Fox News and the inverse of that which is the president encouraging DOJ to weaponize itself against people who he sees as his foes. And I'm glad also that Mister Diligent Joe Arpaio because they're also sort of symbolic arden's of people who are hurting the People Donald Trump's base wants to see hurt.
Trump pardons ex-'junk bond king' Milken, commutes Blagojevich sentence
"President trump is granting executive clemency to several high profile people convicted of crimes such as bribery and insider trading he's decided to fully pardon junk bond king Michael Milken and trump's commuting former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich is prison sentence allowing him to walk free at least four years earlier than expected and peers Asia Roscoe has more on that president trump says he commuted the sentence a former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich because he felt he had spent enough time in prison look what you've it's has been behind bars since twenty twelve after he was convicted on corruption charges related to his attempts to sell the Senate seat of then president Barack Obama also pardoned former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik and former NFL owner Edward DeBartolo junior you know often times pretty much all the time I really realized the recommendations of people that them other public figures pardon by trump in the past include former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio and conservative commentator Dinesh d'souza ice Roscoe NPR news
Rod Blagojevich: Trump just freed a jailed Democrat
"President trump has commuter the number of sentences involving rich and powerful individuals among those the sentence of former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich who was convicted of trying to sell a Senate seat like a very nice person don't know about the survey years in jail is a long time to go many people disagree with the sentence is a Democrat he's not a Republican troubles who commuted sentences for financier Michael Milken former New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik and former owner of the forty Niners Eddie
Trump grants clemency to high-profile individuals, including Rod Blagojevich, Michael Milken and Bernard Kerik
"Report president trump has glided granted clemency to three high profile federal criminals the president commuting the fourteen year prison sentence of former Illinois governor rod locally of it she was convicted of political corruption Mr trump speaking to reporters at joint base Sanders about his former celebrity apprentice contestants
"bernard kerik" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Bias of an interview interview ever one hours ago it might have been an award winning interview you don't want a lot of awards so so I've heard be that yeah it could be that revenue of Bernard Kerik in that one is good and I will have him coming up you know we dispels what Michael Bloomberg he's trying to calls of Mike now it's just my carries the guy Mike next door yeah that's right Mike Mike just got Mike I make what Michael Bloomberg is saying stop and frisk was did you know there's another word in that program it wasn't your stop and frisk I'm I did not stop something then frisk so I don't know that did you know that I did not stop and frisk you know I wouldn't know that because the media wants us to think that it's something that wasn't and okay Hey that's something interesting about where is the media does it out of course not there's another word in there we get to that with Bernard Kerik coming up make sure you stick around really really lightning interview also talk about Rudy Giuliani of Ukrainian scandal in the corruption there and and the investigation Giuliani's doing we also talk about how mayor to blouse io is treating his police officers in New York City as the former police commissioner you certainly want to hear about that because it's not the way it's supposed to be to be honest with you it's just not me that relationship of you Kerry even being you know even handed news anchor lady you can I mean that's the it's not the way that relationships was to be no it is nine police no right now yeah it's a strange ordeal the very very strange deal so we got all that going on for you which is nice make sure yeah you you you stick around because their interviews gonna be one worth hearing you of course are really good at getting getting now to get you got some sort of a beeline some sort of a direct link some service something I really down on news many of us out yeah and and the gay news the LGBT Q. X. Y. Z. one two three news with that story to many yes I do know that the New Hampshire primary happened last night yes Kerry we do have winners right we got it all correct yes we do we now know New Hampshire before we know Iowa yeah yeah still counting and I made a birdie on one right he did by a small margin but he won was was Pete but a judge he you know is is gay was he at her second place he was second place was with warm third place now the closure closure wow what the what the lowest twenty percent to what yep I would what what Warren getting the state next door her own state Warren I wanna say was eleven or it was between ten eleven percent was was biting fourth or fifth he was fifth yeah vice president or vice president Joe Biden was fifth place in New Hampshire after being what fourth place we'd always fourth place in Iowa right which is another one right fifth place you don't I mean I know and now South Carolina super Tuesday's next way in South Carolina is go in South Carolina it takes up Carolina Horace Mann and again couldn't win some state the northeast could win a missile at midwestern state what makes him think he's so popular in South Carolina I do not know do not I think South Carolina I don't think Joe Biden's gonna help me out here Hey once all right eight eight nine four one tax return calls on it it is eight nine four one pack vehicles next hour the Iraqi that when it comes to politics we don't like to start with politics we like to start with how our children are being treated in schools and actually I applaud this the the these these folks were saying what is as I will with one to do this the yes it is alright so in Iowa we actually want to legislation which I think would be great in notifying parents before some certain things happen school helping out from the violation parents be able to know for public school is teaching their kids something they disagree with a group of legislators and I want to make sure that is the case when it comes to gain trans gender issues under bill currently working its way into the Iowa legislature public school districts would be required to inform parents when their kids instruction includes information about transgenderism or homosexuality and allow them to opt their children out of the bill house bill twenty two oh one would require every school district in the state that provides any program curriculum material test survey questionnaire activity announcement promotion or introduction of any kind relating to sexual orientation or gender identity to annually notify parents about the content of the course material and also stipulates no students will be required to participate in any of the instruction a parent or guardian requests the child be excused the measure currently has thirteen co sponsors according to the version on the Iowa state legislators a website at two to one majority of a panel of state legislators voted to move the bill up to the full house Education Committee on Monday I'm guessing there are people from the LGBT Q. X. Y. Z. one two three organizations that are freaking out over this is saying about that I am looking at the the tractors some detractors worry the language of the bill would complicate things for educators and it comes to figuring out what exactly would trigger parental notification saying what it was pretty clear any sort of LGBT Q. X. Y. Z. one two three actually would be would trigger it right right does say anything about any LGBTQ groups I were they think about it well you know it's coming right over here yeah I mean it's on the way yeah doesn't have it already is going to happen here here's my deal honest this goes the same for a teenager going to play parenthood if somebody is under eighteen in this country because again Kerry get confused you know me yeah they used to call me confused bags each time that I can today we still National Council behind about that's never happened so I can be eighteen a go die in a war I can be eighteen and I can go and drive a car either sixteen which is I think now that I'm this age I think so Dravid sixteen that's crazy tell me about that's crazy because I almost have a crazy holders result he is a two week shy from being sixteen so we drive right lets up that lets up the requirement I'm all for that get let's make a twenty five all of it yeah you you still buy cigarettes for now so you can buy Sir if you could run for mayor in some cities at eighteen eighteen you're considered a a consenting adult have all the sex you want but if if it somebody who's fifteen or fourteen or thirteen wants to go to Planned Parenthood and have an abortion there are people fighting for her right to do so without her parents knowing that's really happening same time parents are not supposed to be informed when something deemed controversial or outside the norm or outside of the religious beliefs of the vast majority of Americans is gonna be taught in school we're supposed to believe that we should just shut up and let the teachers teach and we have no say I am a hundred percent for parents being notified before a child is inundated with somebody a drag reading to the to the class or it ended with somebody who's in drag and their their they're doing well which has to be dance to twerk twerking in a class of one of five and six year olds I will however sent for parents being notified before children go on a a field trip anywhere or before somebody comes in the classroom to teach about gay sex gay relations trans anything what that even means to somebody who's a little kid to be honest with you before certain age any sort of relations between even men and women parents should always be notified it should be an active part of with the children's education is anybody pushing for this education be thrust upon kids without parents being notified perhaps you should give up the public funding you get because we pay for you so we pay for you we should have a say and let me again I'm going to tax you to abortion again there is no end in no way shape or form anything that tells me a rational logical person can convince me that somebody under eighteen going to abort an unborn child should not and inform the potential grandparents sorry you're wrong about this wall is it was a truck which it wrong he just that's it where I am on it each have rights should be notified you know if parents don't take care of their children CPS is called in the authorities will step in but also to be quiet as I believe the school systems in taking care of my kid or as I believe Planned Parenthood is doing something horrible to my kid you must be high I think for ourselves it would be hard working yeah yeah along one of the holding their breath the rules and what is it eight nine four one tags eight eight nine four one seven two four seven.
"bernard kerik" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Here when the big screen showed he would reject them out there with you reporters are they also chanted Bernie be proper holdover from four years ago well the but you could be a Bernie Sanders victory here still might be however to disagree on the ground each morning and fell the vote totals of note within a seventy nine percent lead over Pete who rejects the rate for twenty four was going to close the call one eight five two will be much different than delegate mortgage what is clear Minnesota senator any club which are it's probably in for quite a major boost to her to be not so much your furniture yet you Michael Bennett toward flopping out of the way contact one moment you're welcome any work and then went to Bob and recapping the numbers we have eighty six percent of the vote in at this time in with eighty six percent in Bernie Sanders is in first place and twenty six percent rebooted edge second ed twenty four point three percent Amy club chart with a strong third place finish at twenty percent Mehmed chasm I referred to a moment ago Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden are far behind those saga three was with Warren has nine percent and Joe Biden didn't even crack nine percent he is at eight point four percent so that's so where things stand stay with ten ten wins for the latest wins news time eleven oh four best mannered former NYPD commissioner Bernard Kerik sweating is facing a nine count indictment alleging sex trafficking on a Westchester college campus running a sex called.
Sarah Lawrence father charged with sex trafficking and extortion
"The best man and former head white PT commissioner Bernard Kerik sweating is facing a nine count indictment alleging sex trafficking on a Westchester college campus is accused of running a sex called out of his daughter's college dorm room sixty year old Lawrence rate charged with sex trafficking and extortion U. S. attorney Jeffrey Berman ray used fear violence and coercion to induce one young victim told gates in commercial sex acts Maddy is a freshman at Sarah Lawrence College I'm surprised that there's not more more people
"bernard kerik" Discussed on KNSS
"We continue with former NYPD commissioner Bernard Kerik is with us also former lieutenant commander the NYPD counterterrorism unit Phil McGraw already and let me ask you this any body that is in a place like reikers or know anyone of these you know think of the the heart and the harder prisons that we have obviously you're dealing with the most violent at times how is this whole segregation the trial how these determinations made here's what happens a determination is made based on the security risk the institution of threat to stab a threat to themselves or an escape risk does does things right there is how the determination but with the house is going to be now this guy wasn't a threat to stab where the institution he could have been placed in administrative segregation like AT cell area where the he's around the desk where they can keep an eye on him twenty four hours a day physically see him through the bars that's one of the ways that reikers admin sake was gone like that you put in and what other guys in the same classification as he was put in there they keep an eye on him and it also keeps an eye on them that way the guy is never alone he's always monitored and if you were you don't run into these problems but could take a guy there's no worst thing you could do the trick of suicidal and but to commence all Kerry complied I I think maybe I've watched too many of the shows but I mean I know they do shake downs of these prisons these these cells in particular and you know these guys have that they're pretty creative and there are murders imprisoned you got the most violent and it still happens drugs in prison it still gets a and R. and bill I just I can't believe we haven't added maybe the degree to which technology can keep everybody up to speed in terms of it at night if it's a little extra noisier somebody's doing something you're going to be able to look right there on the monitor and see it right and join you talk about things to get in you know was reported in the local paper up by me on July twenty fifth at that Eckstine cell mate the tag we own on July third when they removed him they did a shake down I found the cell phone in his in his jail cell it was reported on the twenty fifth now a like I said before you don't want to jump to conclusions but this is a suspicious that that needs to be investigated and there's a lot of things that need to be looked at such as you know the visitors to the set to the to this is so the you know that cell phone that was found on to tack we own DNA evidence is there any DNA under his fingernails things like that lot of questions have to be answered and I and I have full faith and bark and not his the the inspector general that they'll get to the bottom of this I thank you both will be with us so I appreciate it commissioner Bernie care again and bill McLarty is with us live formal training commander and why PD counterterrorism eight hundred nine four one Shawn toll free telephone number you want to be part of the program a Steve Scalise on this blame game over shootings we have a a new development prosecutors now say that the date the shooter had a co conspirator.
"bernard kerik" Discussed on KTRH
"One seventy eighty joepags dot com. Facebook Twitter, Instagram Email. All right. They're glad to have you along for the ride. Course the hot topic of the day is ObamaCare ruled unconstitutional by a judging Texas it will end up back in the supreme court. It does still exist while the appeals process will continue. But it's there it's the next right step. And it only makes sense to get rid of a government takeover of one sixth of our economy where you've got a board of of twenty eight or something that decides through generically, speaking language valve, you're sixty five and you have this thing, we shouldn't give you care if you're forty and you have that thing maybe you'll get care if you're Seventy-three you lived a good long life. We're probably not going to give you that drug. And it's it's ridiculous. That these decisions are being made by people. Who are are not at all. Even finding out who the individual is what their history is. You're making a generic decision that you've lived long enough for you. You've walked that way enough or whatever about whether you get the care. And again, I'll say it again for those just joining us. It was never the intention for government to handle any sort of charity any sort of entitlement. And certainly not healthcare. If that were the intention, it would have been in the constitution. It's not the phone lines. A lot of people want to be heard by the way bottom of the hour. Be Bernard Kerik former NYPD Commissioner he's also an author now, and we're talking about the first step act, which is a a criminal Justice reform Bill a move, the president will sign I believe once he gets it that will make vocational training available to people who are getting out of prison. Those who are nonviolent offenders getting an opportunity to get out even earlier than they would. Otherwise, the jails and the prisons are jam packed with people that probably shouldn't be there anymore. I mean, people that are dying are still forced to complete their sentence. Although they could never be a harm to the society. It's a good smart move. It's got bipartisan support, we'll talk about that. They go to the phone lines and say Hello to line. Three is Judd in Grand Rapids, Judd. What's going on? Hi. Hello. Hey. So I wanted to talk to you about what I experienced in my life with my dad and mom dad was an anesthesiologist. He started in mid forties and back then practice of medicine isn't anything like practice of medicine now medicine, then was almost in engineering research project of trying a little bit of this. And that and he used to run the the lecture circuit and talk about all this stuff. And and so he does what he basically did practice medicine and did lectures on it. My mom was very interesting influence on her on day. I didn't that is she came from three generations or dad was a Presbyterian minister with his PHD theology as long as well as her grandfather and grandfather, and so when she came in to take responsibility for going on and doing the billing billing was real easy for her to do. People would go ahead and she'd Bill them, and if they paid the Bill, okay, she worked at page Senate back if someone sent like a dollar and said that they wanted to please pay over the next so many months or whatever to go ahead and pay it off. Now dollar was a lot of money back then right at any rate. She just went ahead and stamped paid and Santa back to them because she figured, hey, you know, they just don't have the money. Right. And then if someone called up, and or wrote, some nasty note on air says, I'm not going to pay this that and the other thing she said fine. She just put it in the collectors, and so she had three. Baskets, ever what was going on? And sometimes there were some people that would pay, you know, like some of the money, but not the dollar they pay more than a dollar, but they weren't even close to getting paid. And she would actually write them back and say, well, how how are you doing with us? And she cut the price in half, for example. And if they came back and said, they were really having hard time. She just paid that was do. Gonna stop you for a minute. It's a very interesting story. But might my simple question. I think people listening have questioned immediately. How the hell do you? Keep a practice going. He just say all right. I'm not gonna have to ask this person to pay. Everybody's gotta pay something. No, a dollar isn't gonna cover it. No, it isn't. And and the thing is though. Dad dad was working on incredible number hours. Worked only worked out that somewhere between twenty and twenty five to thirty percent of the people really needed any help. I mean, there were really in trouble that that couldn't they were in the category of paying a dollar or they couldn't pay. Maybe they they paid third of it or something like that. And and mom gave him some relief. And that's what it was. It was a Christian perspective of what's going on to help out their people. And.
Fall that broke Ruth Bader Ginsburg's ribs may have saved Supreme Court justice's life
"Also, you combine that with the fact that eighty five years old she's at higher risk or other issues due to other health issues in these malignant nachos were discovered during tests performed after Justice Ginsburg took that fall Justice Ginsburg said to be resting comfortably. Now, it's loan Kettering. This was her third bout with cancer since joining the high court in one thousand nine hundred ninety three wins. News time, seven oh five. Here's a term often used in this day and age in Washington DC bipartisan, but the government shutdown looming. President Trump did sign bipartisan legislation today that addresses concerns with the criminal Justice system. The first deaf act and the juvenile Justice reform act were passed by both chambers of congress attending the Bill signing today. Former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik who spoke about the rehabilitation aspects of the measures. We have an opportunity now as a result of your support to get people trained. On the inside. So when they get out they can get a real job real work. Go back to their families colegislate also judges more discretion
"bernard kerik" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"I invite as per usual every week when I invite real Americans could come to the microphone and shoe on thought provoking conversation starters and indeed Bernard Kerik with what he just said. Gregory I'll go to you first. He doesn't buy the explanation. That's coming out of the FBI and the sheriff's department in Las Vegas with regard to the Mandalay massacre, and my particular take on some of that is with all the negativity unfolding about the FBI Komi and McCabe. I think the American people still have a lot of faith in the men and women of the FBI. But when this Mandalay massacre thing doesn't at eight just doesn't add up then with the Komi and the McCabe and all of the discourse at the top. They're kinda rolling. There is a little bit at what? The hell's going on with the FBI, Gregory. I agree. You know, this story about Vegas, and so many other stories including nine eleven. One of the things that I have said over the years. I don't ever seem to get all the facts from government. I don't know what the full story is on these. But I'll tell you one thing I do know is that the government lies and they lie and they lie. One of the fascinating things. I thought about Bernard's interview was the fact that he is set this in a fictional state. You know, really intrigues me because so often people that are in the know will actually drop hints of actual events or things that took place in their fictional story. So it gives us some insight to what's going on without them. You know, basically getting into trouble. I agree with you as far as the Vegas thing. I mean that thing is a mess. And his timing is is spot on. It does seem like every six months things seemed to drop, and we don't seem to care about it. Until all of a sudden, there's another situation and now we're reminded of it. But we're no further ahead. I mean, look how long it took before we were able to get any video of what was going on in Vegas, and there's video everywhere. Nobody buys. Go and figuring ninety five hundred twenty seven hurt. Sam folks, they don't buy it. Bernard Kerik, Mr. nine eleven police department doesn't buy it. Do you buy it that he acted alone? And it's just some crazy shooter. Do you see it's a bigger plot? And what is your take on the feeling right now that you think Americans have about the FBI in general, right? Okay. I don't have enough information to draw conclusions for myself, and I'll tell you what I want. I want full disclosure as soon as is humanly possible and my complaint with with the leadership of the Justice department, and in the FBI, and I'm talking about the leadership is that they release the information in their own good time not in the citizens. Good time. So that's what I want. I want full disclosure, and I want it as soon as possible. I don't wanna disclosed just. When it's politically convenient for the upper echelon people. So I have great respect for the FBI. I know a couple of retired police chiefs who said they can't do enough for you. If you ever need them, that's at the agent level, and the technician level, but you know, I am getting pretty cynical about the higher end manage. Well. Let me ask you this Sam what if the FBI at the head, McCabe and Komi and so forth. We're not involved in all of this political upheaval, and so called deep state stuff and get Trump and all of this. What if they weren't what if they just kept their big mouths shut and call me didn't step up and give the nod de Hillary and all of that. You know, we don't know what we don't know. But would your feeling about the FBI be let them just do their work? I don't need all this transparency. You're calling for right now. And you would believe that they are working hard and their take on the the man. Mandalay massacre was what happened? I think that political candidates and other persons in power use the FBI for their own purposes. And so I certainly would like them to be as non-political as possible and just do their job of being the best cops in the world. That's really what I want. And it seems like every time somebody wants attention in the media. They're gonna drag the FBI into it. And I really regret that final thought were down to a minute Gregory on what you thought of Bernard Kerry's positions ado, like the call for more transparency there, really. And I agree with Sam the the more transparent the better, we'll figure it out. We're adults. I don't need them to stone me anything I understand about you know, methods and all that we need to keep.
"bernard kerik" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To our guest. Former New York police department Commissioner Bernard Kerik with his new novel the grave above the grave Bernard. What is this book about? What is the what is the book about? What is your novel about it say, it's a fiction I've had to to bios before this. This is a fiction about a modern day present day, New York City police they said that gets involved in a terrorist attack on New York, but he was also in the police department seventeen years eleven and he lost his wife that taught. So now we bring up modern day we bring it now. It's wealth the book. A series of attacks. That I think helps leaders understand what the threats that we face people. Ask me, you think you could sustain another nine eleven meaning four. Totalling snow. Have another one. But I do think here's. Of attacks in this country. You have a future. A series. My mind what could happen in the NYPD and the FBI Bernard Kerik novel is the grave above the grave now Bernard I have one last question. Can you get me into house restaurant? Anytime you want to go to. I know you can get in was it like eight seats in this restaurant. I even celebrities can't get in there. I once asked by publisher who publishes their they're cookbook, even they couldn't get into the restaurant the publisher couldn't get in. Would you believe it? We'll get you into Raoult's. I will give them the meatballs better than a normal Meatball. Yes. Yes. So you're very basic saying we could talk a lot about a lot of things. I'm sure you'd have a couple of bucks a bottle of wine anyway, but odd Carrick I wish you the best of luck with your book the grave above the grave until the listeners who've been listening. I'll be back very shortly to my savage army of volunteers..
"bernard kerik" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"It just the way it is Lucas oil. It works. We're back at it. Good to have you with us. Mike, see Helena's we expect to our conversation. A pleasure to be here as always. And I think the takeaway from Commissioner Bernard Kerik conversation. Regarding his new book, which really is a great read for those people who want to understand that the threat is still there. I mean, he's basing it on his own experiences basing it on his own reality. Has having been police Commissioner and. That's very telling. Because this doesn't come from some conjured up know, it's kinda like office like John Grisham. Who write books about the law Grisham happened to be trial lawyer? And so what he wrote came from his own experience. Maybe not as cases, but knowing how the system works how the legal system works. And knowing how to position. Conflict controversy. That's what good novels or about. Is being able to portray the conflicts that would actually happen in real life using fictional characters to do it and a fictional event. The client was one of those the kid who saw a murder. And the. Federal officials were trying to get the kid to talk and the attorney wouldn't let him do it protected them. And all that went on in that in that book. And so it's it's really based on in this case the Commissioner's own experiences. Well, he lived through nine eleven is police Commissioner he had to deal with it. As it happened. And unfortunately. What you have here. Is.
"bernard kerik" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Well, that's not taking their way, that's like a standard line that used all over the place. You know, also, I respect that. I think there's another instructor element here though, and Jason story and that is that in Jason went into prisons, but a substantial amount of time there and did not succumb to the environment. That you listeners might not be aware of his going on in prison. He came out with what he had probably going in and is doing very well. Now, so many prisoners are watching C span, I fully support. When we come back other side of news, or if you're listening to us on television next week, we will be joined by Bernard Kerik, don't go away. If you look hard enough go off the beaten track far enough, you'll find an America teaming with the unusually the odd the downright strange. I will Clinger on your guide on a package tour. We like to call wild travels. Join us on our weekly road.
"bernard kerik" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"My my messages that I sent out every day like before the show today. I put that I would have interviews with Trump had Bernard Kerik Ted Cruz, and so on and this way you could play your days. What would like to hear that interview? Or I don't wanna hear that interview. Or the fact that I had to do package parody. I said that out once it wants his show sometimes twice a show. So just go and do that click on Facebook at my website, joepags dot com. Said message. A what you're on my page. You'll be signed up for these chat messages. But are Carrick was the police Commissioner for the NYPD when nine eleven happened. Of course, we commemorated nine eleven the anniversary this past week. He's got a brand new book out called the grave above the grave. It's a novel that he says is a natural extension of after what happened on nine eleven and I really glad to catch up with a birdie. I appreciate your time. How are you? Good. How are you? I'm living the dream. It's about ten or eleven years that I say something wrong. I mean what happened? Just busy. I think you're you're busy. I've been pretty busy with both been pretty busy. You've got a brand new book out called grave above the grave. And I I wanna talk about that in a second. I would be remiss however with today being September tenth tomorrow is the anniversary. I don't know willing to be wrong about this. Whether this is true. But I know that it's Tuesday and it was a Tuesday on in two thousand one. I'm not sure if this is the first Tuesday since the actual event it was. I don't think I definitely it was a beautiful day. It was a beautiful day in lower Manhattan. It was sunny. The clouds were worth thin, the blue sky was out. Can you? Remember how that day started before we know what happened? Do you? Remember the day before that? Yeah. I actually I. Night the night before I finished my first book set it off to the publisher. I was super happy. I got the next morning early went to the gym the gym by office. I just finished working out. And I wanted to take a shower shave, upstanding, his shaven. And my chief of staff comes to the door dining on the door kick in the door. I opened the doors. What what are you doing? A plane just tower one I said, okay, calm down. Well, I was thinking about head that it was one of these small Cessnas or some some smaller play. Plus up the Hudson river until I looked up at a television that was abolished treadmill my office and what I did. I could see damage to the building. I realized at that point whatever it was. Short that was applying. But whatever it was caused a lotta damage. Our TV news anchor in Lansing, Michigan at the time. My wife won't be. So you're not gonna believe this because we just been to the towers two years earlier in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and she said a plane hit the tax man, God must have been drunk. Maybe somebody had a heart attack. Like you thought. It's gotta be assess assess there's some small plane. I mean, that's just a fluke accident that sucks, and as we're watching it we see the second plane hit now, we know what's going on. You're actually thereby then right? Yeah. I was I got there about three minutes before the second plane slammed into tower two. But while I was trying to get to the command center. The city's command center at seven world trade stop this cop came up to my car is the people are jumping. And I I didn't grasp what do you make right away? I stepped out of the car what what happened. People are jumping off a one, and I've got to the corner, and I watched unfortunately, I watched dozens probably dozens of people jump to the death that will landing on Bessie Bessie in the corridor between billboards between tower wanted to and as we were standing actually in front of the buildings the second plane through through the north side. So when you see that big orange fireball me was staff deputy mayor we will basically standing under when it hit along with then mayor Rudy Giuliani. You were a calming voice a calming face. We all immediately knew who you were. And I think that had somebody who's been in the position we might not have dealt with the same way that we did you kept us calm. You keep you kept us in the reality that we're gonna be okay. Although this really really sucks you can't prepare for something. Like that. By the way, he's new book. I don't want to forget this is of the grave above the grave. It's thriller. It's a novel. And you say that it sort of is the next step after what we know happened on nine eleven right? You know what I did Joe? I took some of what we learn about nine eleven the enemy that we face. And what I think it might. It are some of the things that we face today, and I put it into a novel. So I think your listeners readers will come away with this. It's a really pretty compelling story. But it also talks about the enemy that we still face. So who they are where they are what they think. You know, how they communicate how they acquire weapons. What their plans are? It. I put that into into the novel the book it is Bernard Kerik K E R. I K going you this book grave above the grave. I was just starting to say you can't possibly be prepared for a terrorist attack flying to jumbo jets into the buildings and another one in a field. Another one of the Pentagon. You can't really prepare for that. But New York City still handled it better than any other city could have it in my roundabout. A couple of reasons for that one first and foremost, New York City has resources not be assessed as the police Commissioner I fifty five thousand people that work for me more than one thousand there. Uniform cops the fire department had thirteen thousand New York City department of correction, which I once ran they had thirteen thousand so right there you're talking about eighty thousand uniformed personnel immediately on hand all the federal agencies. But but I will tell you joke back in nineteen Ninety-six Rudy Giuliani created the office of emergency management for the city of what he did from that point forward. We could still be trained for. You know, what's out Barbara's for a mass subway attack some terrorist event? The mass transit system, right? We will constantly drilling and practicing preparing for crisis. Were we did anybody plant for two clients flying into the World Trade Center, though? But the plans and protocols for crisis management and response where a place for years in on that day. They all came to fruition in a way that no other city, and I'm not just saying it's because it's me or New York. No other city could have responded or created affected. The response that we did. I don't think anybody can argue that point. It's Bernard Kerik KERA. The former NYPD Commissioner was the Commissioner when nine eleven happened. And again, I think if somebody else is in that position the nation might not have understood as quickly as we did that we can have the resolve we can galvanize the name of his brand new book. It's a thriller is called grave above the grave. And it takes you to the next step next logical step knowing the enemy is. Let me let me go off the beaten path second year by Ken birdie here we are. Seventeen years later tomorrow and after nine eleven we all put we'll put the American flag on our cars. And we all said whether in Texas where I am or California or main or Arizona or Florida we all said, we're I'm a New Yorker everybody galvanized around the police the first responders fast-forward seventeen years, and there's hate there's animosity. There are people who are not only not showing the flag. Some of them are kneeling during it a burning inter defecating on it. And there's some sort of a weird division between police and different communities. How did we get here? If you were the guy with the button who could change in fix it. What do we have to start doing to make that better again? Well, I think I think it all started ten years ago under the Obama administration, nor this this this division this police community division this racial division. All of the stuff is for vented over the last ten years and. And I think it's terrible. And I'll tell you one quick small. But yet Joe this is this is a real is a true story, not many people though, but on the morning on September fourteenth two thousand one President Bush came to ground zero asks revisited we were going up to the Javits center to see the victims. See they're the people that died were missing their families and the president had a suburban. So there was six opposite. He said everybody get it. So we we crawled into the suburban suburban. We're basically my legs on top of the president. Real stuff together, and we're going up to west side highway. And there were all these people flags God bless America. God bless the NYPD. Go get him, George Bush. The president looked out the window. And he said he said, I have to tell you the unity the commodity is unbelievable. The mayor looked at him and said, Mr President dot they'll get you excited. He said, this is the west side of Manhattan, and not one of those people voted for you. Wow. Right. By the way, we all burst out laughing Rudy looked at governor Pataki, and he said, I don't know what your life that didn't vote for you. But everybody was a New Yorker that day though, every single person. And you're right. No matter who you voted for didn't matter we were USA one. That was what he what he pitched a strike at that baseball game knowing that he had a bulletproof vest on knowing that there were threats on his life. The entirety of the country Bernie stood up and cheered that guy. Here's the thing. I you know, I had this conversation with somebody this morning. They said what does it take us? You know, what it takes? I hate to be the one to say this. It takes a crisis crisis because we've gone so far to the left in so far to the right. You know, the polarization in Washington DC, the incompetence of congress only come together when they're scared to death and take it from me on September eleventh. They were scared to death. They called for the cops stay needed the cops. They needed first responders. They needed the president. They needed the mayor and that United everybody other than that, you know, the running around like lunatics people running for congress one one hundred percent, socialism or communism. That makes me insane. Abolish ice forget the place where we're at a point now, and you know, this better than anybody. We're at a point now too where the police are wrong. So they prove they're not it's the we call nine one one because we want you guys to come and help us. And after the call is made if somebody else in the community even sees the car, the car is wrong and the officers wrong each sick buried sick to we can talk about that for two hours that the book is a grave above the grave. It's a thriller. It's a novel just one last quick question. It's about specifically about the book. You say that it's sort of. And again, I've read up on this sort of the the natural progression after nine eleven same enemy, same bad guys. His as Jihadist radical terrorists that want to kill us. All we sort of follow that path of work can go next. That's right. That's exactly right. And where it could go next state in my mind, I created a number of different events of a possible attacks probable attacks and real attacks that they they get involved in and the New York City police can will share the FBI there to help stop. It's Bernard Kerik, it's B E R N A R D K E R. I K. He of course, the former NYPD Commissioner he was the steady hands of the study voices steady faced the we also on television for two straight weeks after nine eleven happened. We thank you for your service to the entire country. Then the grave above the grave is the name of the book, I to go and get it. It's a novel the grave above the gray. Bernie, thanks a million. Well, we really appreciate hanging out with Bernie Kerik has been a long time since I've talked to him this book sounds amazing going get that we also want to hear from you on what you just heard. It is eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty one eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero joepags dot com. Stay right here. With.
"bernard kerik" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Home it is not just new york being targeted and joining me now is former nypd fisher bernard kerik thank you so much for joining us appreciate it so we were just discussing when we here thirty say no credible threats and nothing that we're hearing specifically there's a difference disagree a credible swirled by radical islam against the united states it's constant perpetual whether it's these guys whether it's the guys in boston orlando san bernardino or any of the other ones that that's a credible threat when you see a selfie like that that's exactly you'll have specifics we don't have a specific targeted police or thing but the threats are pretty credible they say were coming this is what we intend to do and then we see an event like the mowing down people on the side highway and everybody says around and says the harm i can't believe that's what struck me when we this news came out yesterday the selfie because a couple of weeks or a week or so before the attack here in new york city under westside highway with the van and there was a selfie as well that was posted in this is the new norm this is the world we live in we have said you know this guy says we're here we're in your the we're in your communities okay we have to admit that we have to agree with that we have to be looking for them and you know we've come a long way since september eleven two thousand one in collecting intelligence and sheringham your engines you know between local state and federal authorities but the one thing we're not doing these were not criminally and predictably profiling looking for these i think we need to start profiling absolutely absolutely nobody can tell me that this guy doesn't have associates that he hangs within the mosques in the in the places that these guys hanging out in new york city brooklyn and other places not to mention the websites that get inspired online the visit these an inspirational websites on wine were they learn how to do these attacks had they learn how to put bombs together i've heard.