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Los Angeles Metro Asks For Report On Potentially Removing Armed Officers From Buses, Trains
"Eventual board votes to look for new ways of providing safety on its transit system a new advisory committee will be established to work with writers and others to develop new policies for a more community based approach to public safety at metro facilities and on its buses and trains director and LA city councilman Mike Bonin it is vitally important to cheat in the sole and exclusive focus on this issue board chair and Inglewood mayor James **** a former police officer and chief said what needs to change is the culture having armed law enforcement officers is not inconsistent with the production of compassionate customer oriented service the board also voted for a review of the training and use of force policies of its policing partners and security
"bonin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Help Greg Bonin WWJ newsradio nine fifty it's a new travel option for people heading to Chicago from Ann Arbor this thanksgiving W. WJZY Rick Allen hands details that's if you're traveling by bus our bus will be running a pilot program for three days starting on thanksgiving it will happen on the university Michigan's campus to test the peak days of college student travel or bust is not owned or operated so buses it's contracting Chicago's regal coach lines to run one trip a day from Ann Arbor and went back from Chicago ticket prices will be twenty to thirty dollars at pick up will be at the northeast corner of east Williams St and south fourth street the route will also extend to Detroit Brooke Allen WWJ newsradio nine fifteen coming up here on newsradio nine fifty I am a little bit reporter Jeff Gilbert in Frankford getting ready for an auto shows it's described as a like refine. the leader of the chain news time for a wait time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids from the annals out motor group traffic center brought you this hour by idle Tom's Audi of Rochester hills what's the latest on the roads o'neill just that one accident remains in Washtenaw county rabbits westbound ninety six after Wagner wrote a rollover crash blocking the left lane emergency crews are still on scene traffic slowed from Ann Arbor sterling road over near Lansing still slowdowns weekend construction westbound ninety six it Williamson road with right wing block your back up to after Stockbridge accident waiver bill and use Grand River all road in fifty nine westbound from Elizabeth road to Romeo plank road you'll find construction only one lane is open to six AM tomorrow congested between North Avenue Romeo playing also I seventy five north and south between university drive in square Lake Road construction blocks two lanes each way through the end of October if you see something update is two four eight four two three six W. W. J. and follow us on Twitter WWJ traffic in the I do dom motor group twenty four hour traffic center o'neill Stevens WWJ newsradio nine fifteen are thanks o'neill we're gonna check in live now accu weather meteorologist Dave Bowers joining us very cool weekend.
New York could become first state to fully decriminalize sex work
"Three. Some Albany legislators say, criminalising sex work between consenting adults only empowers sex traffickers, and they believe it's time for a change package of bills has been introduced in both the assembly and Senate to bring sex work out of the shadows for statewide Bill of its country would decriminalize trade insects between consenting adults Nina low as a member of decree, New York. Families or to pay for gender affirming house care. So we don't want to criminalize, therefore survival, and that's why we're decriminalizing both a sale and purchase a sex. Bonin say it would promote sex trafficking pimping, and organized crime at supporters say Bill would leave laws against human trafficking rape, and assault in place with the end of the legislative session less than a week away. Bill is thought to have little chance of passage
"bonin" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Welcome back to coast to coast AM. My guest is William Bonin and he's talking about out of body travel. And he's been doing twenty five years of research at the Monroe institute surveyed over sixteen thousand participants who have gone through the OB training at the Monroe institute Virginia, and he's come up with a common the reported phenomenon associated with these Lovie ease. William I was wondering if you could explain some of this tour audience. Yes. Just to clarify. I've been at the Monroe institute for the last eight years. Oh, okay. But I've been studying Nissim practicing at for forty just to go on my website, Astro info dot org. I included over a period of ten years. I did a number of surveys, and I received sixteen thousand responses from people that had out of body experiences. And this is from forty two different countries, by the way, and it's it was amazing. How similar the kind of experiences that people were having were so similar. It didn't matter what the culture was for instance, floating or vibrations, high energy sensations eighty five percent of people experienced buzzing humming. A roaring sounds as a as a prelude normally to the experience. Because normally when you're in the experience things become very, generally speaking or quiet, but there's. A lot of phenomena associated with the onset. Seventy two percent at some point experienced some kind of partial or full asleep or Alice. Being lifted or touched that was quite common. Thirty three percent hearing voices are footsteps thirty seven percent. This is one that's very common. Probably to almost anyone and that is seen through closed eyelids. If you're seeing through your closed eyelids at night, and you can begin to see you are already in the process of shifting your consciousness to your non physical body. It doesn't mean you've exited your body. But it means you're in the process, but most people don't know this because they haven't been trained in the in the prelude in the phenomena associated these are common things that for instance, probably the most common, it's just a jerk awake. You feel like you just you taken a nap. And suddenly, you just jerk back in your body. Right. I find too many people feel that that's an indication. You're you're out of phase with your body is your fell asleep. So that that's the because that happens if I'm overtired I will twitch, and I think it's just muscles and nerves you're saying that's an out of body experience. Though. I'm I'm saying I'm saying it's a prelude to one potentially. This is what I have found and what many other experiencers have seen and explored every. One when they sleep we all humans are moving at a phase from our bodies. That's what sleep is. We take it for granted. No one. There's no we we know about ram periods. And we know about this from a scientific standpoint, but what happens for that one third of our life. We're actually moving out of phase with our body. And when you leave your body, you can observe other people it's like a double image. People literally are floated I'm not saying they're floating up to ceiling. They're just like two.
LA City Council committee to electric scooter riders: Slow down!
"Return our attention. To one of our favorite topics sharable electric scooters joining us as. Councilman Mike Bonin he is an advocate for setting safe electric scooters. Speeds and of course enforcing those speeds thank you for joining us Let's talk about enforcing those speeds. Because, before, we even get to. That can. You tell us very succinctly how, in wash Angeles for that matter anywhere else these scooters have been writing we're going to enforce the laws already on the books about people not writing on the sidewalks people not writing without helmets. People not going faster than? A certain speed, limit people not writing them if they're night eighteen years of. Age people not writing them unless they, have, for. Driver's license and we're going to enforce, all of that. Well okay that's, a big question. I'm glad run in depth So let me step back just a second. On this note the phenomenon here the electric scooters which have popped up in in in. Los Angeles biggest thing I hear about from constituents biggest thing, you probably hear about is folks are sick of being, stuck in traffic gridlock and one of the only ways that we can get. Out of that is if. We increase choices for people to get around in Los Angeles if we, increase mobility options and different phenomenons are are coming up you know we're we're we're. Building more mass transit more. Neighborhood shuttles we're trying to make a bus and walking or biking and walking easier and this is one that has emerged. That is really popular with a lot of folks. We need to have to make it work well for everybody, a sensible and enforceable regulatory scheme here in Los Angeles and that's what the city council has been. Working, on, my committee discussed yesterday. That's all well and good But I'm going. To stop you there because. He didn't answer the question how, are we going, to enforce the laws already on the books for the state of. California doesn't make a difference what the. City of Los Angeles does or doesn't do throughout the entire state it is illegal to. Ride these things on sidewalks to league all the things I just ticked off so how are we going to enforce that first before we get, to speed limit answered that one way we're going to do it, is through, these, regulations, if if things are not working well we. Can revoke the permits for the companies so one of the regulations that. We're putting down is that on the the base of the scooter you have to have. In a forty eight point font no riding on the sidewalks, because if you talk to most of the folks on, the scooters they think they're supposed to be on the sidewalks that education step. Is is key right there The second is you know where they get left a lot of, folks are complaining that they're left in the middle of the sidewalk where requiring. Them to have as part of their software something that will alert them. If the scooter is not in an upright position and then they have. To ours wants a report goes into actually move something and if if they are not abiding by all of this stuff we can revoke their permit to operate in Los Angeles entirely or we. Can go out and we can impound the vehicles the way we're dealing with the speed limit element. Is yeah LAPD is not going to go out and have a radar gun and be checking the speed of folks but they have built into their systems. They governor which regulates the speed and, my understanding is bird is about fifteen miles. An hour one of the new companies wanted to come in and compete for speed and go twenty miles an hour so we're saying as we're putting these, regulations in place for the, first year let's set twelve miles an hour as what they have, to have as governor and that's about the average. Speed of folks traveling in a bike lane And then we can go from. There but that way the enforceability is built in they physically can't go more than the twelve miles okay, so you've taken care of the speed. Issue which, I was going to. Ask you about what about the insurance of people who were. There are gonna be injuries because of this how much liability relies on the city how much lies on. The individual companies that are involved well we're requiring them even for a conditional, permit while we're regular we're putting the regulations in place where requiring them to. Have liability insurance to have indemnification for the city we are charging them Device for performance. Bond to help pay for some of our cost in dealing with managing, in cleaning up the impacts Los Angeles, city council, member Mike,
"bonin" Discussed on X96
"And we have a line of cars behind you that. Also want to eat, and go All right this one from Jackson Let's see people moaning. Or grunting. Law using the bathroom Unhappy it feels good for you but please don't moan and if you. Have to push so hard that you're grunting Doing something wrong Number two my boss leaving for hours in the middle of the day. With no, explanation I mean I guess it's kind of nice to, not be watched but the rest of us don't get. To do that please do your work and don't get. Upset at me not thinking hard enough when I'm there all day Finally that one Tupperware. Container that's been in the fridge all summer absolutely All right these for my. Wife Yes. Your TV show is very interesting I was. Captured more than a year ago the networks didn't think that you were that captivating to renew. Your show in a timely manner what, with too many shows to watch you have to do better to. Remind me. Where we left off I'm watching the show. Show me last time on your last seen on that is more than just an artistic mysterious. Shots from last season that's really more. Of a teaser than an actual catch me up on what happened All right it's not to. Be long just a quick little yeah exactly just make. Better choices she's still just about outcast oh yeah both of us aren't you I told you if you look, you can find I shouldn't. Have to do the homework I think I'd rather just delete the show that's easier Butcher counters in grocery? Stores don't ask me what I, want if you're going to package what I actually unless. You're going to package what I actually want for example I need Bonin thighs okay how many do you need just four it's ninety..
"bonin" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"To our requests for comment cloudy pesky utah knx ten seventy newsradio a mother and her boyfriend went before a judge in lancaster for a hearing on charges of murdering the woman's son no please entered by the mother and her boyfriend on charges of abusing and murdering her ten year old son but some family members of heather baron did shed tears during the brief arraignment for both barron and kareem labor which was continued earlier many of those in court protested outside the department of children and family services to seek justice for anthony avalos and to demand changes they promised five years ago that they were gonna make changes and obviously they haven't because and other little boys this teacher says dcfs must do better with following up on reports specially when teachers are saying they say daley dcfs acknowledges receiving at least twelve reports that anthony was being abused but he was never removed from his home similar to what happened to gabriel fernandez the palmdale boy who was tortured and murdered in two thousand thirteen in lancaster karen adams x ten seventy newsradio l a police arrested a number of protesters including city councilman mike bonin outside ice headquarters in downtown la the demonstrators are angry over the way illegal immigrants are handled as they tried to enter the us the protesters marched down the sidewalk in alameda street from the one on one and then position themselves in front of the ice detention facility where they ripped the agency for separating kids from parents at the southern border we'd not be outraged by the fact that trump has separated forty one hundred kids from their parents with no plan to reunite them council member mike bonnin was right there right in the middle of it all i have never been as angry or sick to my stomach at the site and sounds of wailing children children who've been kidnapped from their parents the protesters including bonnin were arrested and led away to be processed but would they face charges on a case by case basis or i can give a blanket statement long it's gonna take for everybody to be processed or how long if in fact they will be detained police took them out one by one and then it quickly reopened the street in downtown la john baird knx ten seventy newsradio it's one.
"bonin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Nine one eight one eight five six six four seventy nine mike bonin got arrested today no it isn't over the road diets although you said your news wire has it yeah he was arrested over last year's road what's the possible sentence life life in prison as in stuck for life with him as your counseling thousands and thousands of people who were inconvenienced so that was convenient hardship are chipped yeah is that a word hardship yeah well they were shipped and that's one count restaurants closed right that's right businesses i mean there was terrorism against local businesses could point so anyway he's dead he showed up with a small crowd protesting believe it or not immigration and customs enforcement this seems to be a new move by this progressive left wing end of the democrat party they've decided like maxine waters that it's time to end immigration enforcement they've seized on this story about separating children from their parents at the border and decided let's take this further and further and just to spend ice so bannon showed up at a protest outside the ice officers here's some of what he had to say our government is in inflicting knowing intentional trauma upon the most innocent and the most vulnerable in every morning and every evening when i heard my son imagine the horror of a child or parent forced to endure that separation not now not here not name and not ever it's disgusting and sinful and evil i have had to force myself to listen to the propublica recording of children screaming and for papa ice agent mocking i have had to force myself to read counts children who have been ripped by ourselves heart wrenching we absolutely must bear witness to this horror at the end up and stop another pompous windbags so you know what it is we months to go before the november election but this crowd of democrats led by maxine waters and this boob are trying to use this as political theater votes now we'll bring you the real story and a poll that came out from harvard harris and the pollster is a former and you say hillary clinton pollster he was the tragedy mark penn he was the chief campaign strategist for hillary clinton in oh eight he's been the clinton family pollster for a long time and it was conducted june twenty fourth and twenty fifth who had an idea that when it comes to a legal immigration at the border despite the way the media is covering this most americans believe if you're in this country illegally you need to be sent back home you'd be right the only thing this polls show that has any traction at all is that people don't like separating children from their parents but everything else from the trump agenda was approved rather overwhelmingly by you're going to be shocked at at the percentages here question number one is and we'll i'll read the question slowly so you can see if you detect any bias here do you think that people who make it across our border illegally should be allowed to stay in the.
"bonin" Discussed on Channel 955
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"bonin" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
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"bonin" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
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"bonin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That point and we really built some trust there because of thing not just because of our track record but because they know that we we have the same goals in mind as well and when we sit down and right we're not doing it for just one reason you know we take a lot of things into consideration like we were saying earlier how important it is that this is actually going to connect with our fans because there's just never been and need for us to be like all right f what our fans think of what everyone thinks which is do something you know we do care about it enough to make sure that there still that connections fine line though hates a super fine line between the wasn't were pandering and ignoring them and not only that but also staying pure to like what you're feeling also like following your creative path like what's inspiring you what's like taking you in different directions being being able to fold all that is in into something like you said at the end of the day you can listen back to be like i'm proud of it that was fun to make and it doesn't always happen to be honest some you it you will write music and we do all the time where some time just like this is terrible let's never let anybody hear this song sometimes we right where i'm like this is terrible and other people like are you kidding no no there are terrible they really in one unreleased in the unreleased civil yeah that's right i said an talk about there's the are released in the unruly civil amd listen i it's it's been a long time come in and i'm so happy that we we got youngkyu and thanks for coming in thank you so much ravenous doj given day from headley a join me in the studio the new record cageless is that everywhere right now they're going to be going and a canadian winter tour which they love god was dr lotta wind like any winter touring tips for people in two ktar tips for the people here with shore by soap whisky a unbundle love for those dates header our website cbc dossier slash q upi on bonin all black fees these days and not so far away god china trad i support flames and the new republican that good.
"bonin" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Well in 1973 bought was removed from the task of state hospital he was transferred to california state prison evidently while at tasca darrow bonn and got up to his old tricks bannon would ambush inmates in the showers and raped them again he bound them as best he could and proceeded to have his way with them this apparently went on for the better part of his stay at the facility thing about being in a facility prison orphanage crazy been saw the same gutted display your dominance before someone else to us a task durose said william could no longer be treated and sent him away now a california state prison bonded realized he needed to change his attitude if i wanted to any chance of escape i'd to learn to act proper less than a year later bought in was released on parole on june 11th 1974 prison psychiatrist said he was quote no longer a threat if only they had known what was to come william bonin had just been released from prison under probation only had to do was keep a low profile and avoid hurting anyone else a challenge that proved too great on september eighth 19th 75 14yearold david mcvicker was walking up and down the roads of garden grove california he was trying to hitchhike home a car finally pulled over the window roll down in revealed twenty eight year old william bonin bonding asked of the young man wanted right the unsuspecting mcvicar excitedly agreed and got into bonnets car and just like that the two sped off they drove around for a long time casually talking soon mcvicar realized that they warrant headed to home he asked bonn where they were going and responded with another question her he gay mcvicar was taken aback no one had ever asked him that let alone a complete stranger bannon placed his hand on mcvicar style by the young man became increasingly uncomfortable he demanded to be dropped off that's when bonn and got angry bahnen produced a pistol from his back pocket he jam.
"bonin" Discussed on Serial Killers
"To someone else in while trauma is like a snowball rolling down a hill if not stopped the snowball grows in size picking up mass and acceleration thus increasing its speed towards calamity bonding was never properly treated or council during his childhood as such and i'm sure with many others in a similar situation the only way he thought he could deal with his shame and anger was to pass it on if others felt what he felt perhaps he could find some solace bookburning didn't just rape his victims no sadly as bonn and claimed more victims he began to escalate the violence bahnen started to not only beat these young men but torture them as well william beat these poor young men specifically aiming for their heads are faces sometimes he would use his hands other times tools to top it all off he would also damaged their genitals by squeezing or smashing them with blunt instruments justice however was just around the corner for william bonin the victims notified the police and an investigation was launched thankfully in march of 19th sixty nine bunning was arrested trying to restrain a sixteen year old victim in his car police surrounded him and forced him from the car the boy was saved bottom was indicted on five counts of kidnapping four counts of sodomy one count of oral copulation and one count of child molestation against the five youths he abducted and one attempted for the boy he had just kidnapped to tell me that us a what are your thoughts on bonnets methodology why the young men and what did he hoped to gain from torturing these poor boys well as i mentioned earlier bonding sought to rectify what had happened to him in his youth but also you have to understand that to bonnin his childhood torture was essentially his education about sex to him sex wasn't just about pleasure it was about power pain bahnen had been a victim is entire life now he could take that power back by inflicting the same form of torment on others it was a combination of twisted retribution and sexual gratification he became that which he hated and feared his father grandfather the boys at the juvenile detention.
"bonin" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Jurors shortly thereafter bonded returned home to his fiancee and mother and downey california bahnen was now twenty one years old bahnen married his fiancee but the marriage quickly fell through once she caught wind of bonin's dark past violence two brothers also moved on leaving only hours to deal with their troubled son after the divorce bahnen move back in with his mother while on the surface he seemed like the devoted son taking care of his mother underneath it all he was a thirsty monster he turned his attention to the young neighborhood boys that lived in his area as he looked at them with lust and hunger terrible ideas began to fill his head bottom began to plough all his neighborhood for nubile young man he could figuratively and literally sink its teeth into once again we warn you that the following deals with intense acts of sexual violence and torture extreme discretion is advised especially for listeners under thirteen on november seventeen from 1968 vaughan and found his first victim it was a 12yearold boy he lured the boy into his car and drove him to a secluded area once away from prying eyes and pounced bon enforce the boy into oral copulation when he fought back and bludgeoned his face and head with a tire iron then he restrained the boys hands and feet with court afterwards bottom sodomised the poor child repeatedly bonded released the terrified child and fled into the night over the course of four months from december 1968 to march of nineteen sixty nine bahnen raped four more victims all of them young men between the ages of twelve and fourteen in each case bonn and kept a similar modus operandi i luring young men into his car before binding their hands and feet and violating them with each victim bonn and got more and more creative to he began to bring tools along with him regularly and also removed interior handles of his van to prevent escape essentially body was repeating that which has forced onto him vanessa what is it that makes someone repeat that kind of torture.
"bonin" Discussed on Serial Killers
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"bonin" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Monster to the rest of the world he was bonner the freeway killer here's even begin to understand a feat such as as a hard to say great police psychologists and psychiatric tsa lake had struggled to understand the motives have william bonin was he born a monster or was he a victim of neglect abuse and abandonment all could be contributing factors into what made william bonin in one of the more twisted serial killers we featured on our show agreed violence criminal track record doesn't simply start with his murders it goes as far back as aging online when he first began sexually abusing his younger brother and several other neighborhood youths the horror story william bonnin begins 1941 in the quaint town of willamantic connecticut where he was born and raised its here that robert in alice bahnen settled down and decided to start a family but when world war two broke out robert bahnen enlisted disappearing into the ranks of the brave men and women fighting to save the free world from tyranny robert later returned but he had changed war had taken its toll on robert and he became much more vocal about as disatisfaction with the state of his life and his home and his family pretty soon that dissatisfaction grew from simple outbursts random violence robert began to beat his wife in fits of rage of course remorse followed quickly and the couple would reconcile this sad cycle of abuse became the rhythm to which their lives revolved.
"bonin" Discussed on Serial Killers
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"bonin" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"The woman sports on andrzej bonin will start with a baseball score board indians on the verge of a sweet they lead the yankees in game two of the straight up doubleheader nine to one of the ninthinning the indians took the opener to one ten again just while one out in the ninth inning so the eggs about to get swept by cleveland me why the blue jays lead the red sox won nothing in the fourth inning rangers and as drills once again at the trap and c p fourthinning astros have a one nothing lead mets lead the reds twonothing nothing of the fourth finals brains take two today from the phillies nine two one and five two two meanwhile the brewers beat the cardinals six to orioles 8 seven over the the mariners baltimore's won seven straight tigers beat the rocky 62 just berliner nine strikeouts in six innings nationals get a complete game shut out from steven strasbourg and he had all murad nationals beat the marlins four to nothing three games about to get underway pirated cubs of ridley white sox in twins from minnesota raisin royals from kansas city fell has decided to cancel tomorrow night's texans cowboys game so the texans can't returned to houston it be with their families meanwhile bangles linebacker von tez perfect had his suspension reduced from five games to three games jill aden is reportedly come to terms on a threeyear deal with the steelers the browns dealt tackle cameron urban to the chiefs for a fifth round pick the raiders receiver set robert signed a twoyear extension through 2019 i'm jay brummett looking for great football top expected here cbs sports radio.
"bonin" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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