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Texas Doctors Warn Against Police Use Of ‘Less Lethal’ Munitions For Crowd Control

McClure Capital's Common Sense Investing

00:42 sec | Last month

Texas Doctors Warn Against Police Use Of ‘Less Lethal’ Munitions For Crowd Control

"Meanwhile, a group of doctors in Austin is warning Police Department's not to use These so called less lethal munitions for crowd control after they treated people who were severely hurt during protests in May In a letter published in the New England Journal of Medicine, 12 doctors from the Dale Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas say Austin police who fired being bag rounds called serious injuries, including bleeding on the brain and the skull fracture. Austin Police chief Brian Manley has pledged to stop firing beanbag rounds into crowds, but the doctors say their observations are relevant. Beyond Texas. John Mark Dempsey NEWS radio 10 80 k.

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Police investigate shooting at Austin Black Lives Matter protest

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Police investigate shooting at Austin Black Lives Matter protest

"Police in Austin Texas have released two individuals suspected of firing handguns, and a black lives matter protest in a facebook live video a car is. Is Heard Honking and a group of protesters when shots rang out for member station K. UT Danny Martinez reports, police say twenty eight year old Garrett foster was carrying an AK47 type assault rifle when he approached the driver's side window of a vehicle last night during a protest and was shot. Austin police chief Brian Manley others in the crowd began striking vehicle. Gun were fired inside the vehicle at Mr Foster. Chief Manley says it appears that foster may have pointed his weapon at the driver of the vehicle before being shot himself a second individual in the crowd than fired shots at the vehicle as it drove away, foster died from multiple gunshot wounds at a local hospital. Police are still investigating the incident

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CLEAT threatens lawsuit over police protective gear

Todd and Don

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

CLEAT threatens lawsuit over police protective gear

"The state's largest police union issues the threat of a lawsuit over protective gear thank you to director of the combined law enforcement association of Texas says make no mistake about it someone will be here and we'll be servicing with fox seven Charlie will cousins as there is a way to prevent that lawsuit give cops more protective gear and re authorize the use of certain crowd control devices that were done away with by the city council and APD chief Brian Manley not well thought out way to run the city not the way to run a police department however the Austin police union says it has been in talks with chief Manley about buying new equipment and the association is hopeful that will

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Body of Woman Found In Austin Texas Along With Baby Still Living

Sean Hannity

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Body of Woman Found In Austin Texas Along With Baby Still Living

"Eight days after a woman in Austin Texas vanished along with her infant daughter the woman's family is simultaneously overjoyed and stricken with grief ABC's Jim Ryan has details in the trunk of a car outside that house police found a body that too soon to be Heidi Broussard's inside the house we did recover and infant female child that we do believe at this time is Margo Austin police chief Brian Manley says the three week old girl is on harmed and healthy at the same home a woman who's thought to be a friend of Heidi Broussard's was arrested the charges that have been filed at this point are to charges of kidnapping and one charge of tampering with a corpse charges that may be upgraded as the investigation goes on mainly won't speculate about a

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And if they hear i need some help right if it's an up talker anyway that's going to be a liberal so through that will determine the services that will be provided we will assume then that you do want an officer without a gun and that you will want other things that would come along with your beliefs but emergency i haven't i think there's a bad man i think i'd love to get the your reaction to this this this change at the police cadet training academy this is pretty interesting really austin's police chief brian manley he's calling for changes in the tone and the atmosphere at the contracting academy he wants to culture to shift the way it treats the cadets treat them like college students as opposed to military recruits yeah and i'm just curious for the law enforcement community out there listening you don't have to use your name well conceal your identity what does this mean how could this affect public safety in austin texas i thought my first picture mental picture that comes up as a softer weaker police force that's what comes up and especially when you say treat them like college students because a lot of our college students today are not what are college students would have been twenty years ago if that's the direction you're gonna take right they're not as tough i'm sorry they're not it's a different kind of human being just i just i just on the surface it sounds bad it sounds like you're i don't know what's a fine the police for the worst defying the police force that literally has to fight hard and gang banging criminals on the streets of austin tex ugly stuff ugly stuff stuff that you and i mean if you if you took the average pasty skinned sunken in chest college kid and then put him in a ring with some some blood or some crypt on the streets ms thirteen he'd be destroyed right and i have a feeling that this is not really what brian manley wants to do i think he feeling some some some outside pressure whatever i whenever i see a police officer sheriff's deputy like jason williamson county big strong man i think we need more men like that yeah what do you need more men like that yeah i want to tell you keep us safe now do i want them to be able to be human and and be public servants and and and help us and be nice yes they need to be or can be of course it also if you are a strong man you should step up and protect people be a protector of our own to be the ultimate bad ass when we need the ultimate bad ass who's intimidating as hell i want that as well i want the whole package let's see here here's a text message so the austin police academy is going to have to install a crying closeted by some stress puppies for the new cadets exactly i'll here's another today the police academy should be like west point military and education not like a liberal college you we we need to have mainly on we need to have a monsoon scheduled for next week we got trump tweets next todd and don show if you have a big time snoring problem you need to know it's doing a.

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Brad Tucker, Partner and Texas discussed on First Morning News

First Morning News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Brad Tucker, Partner and Texas discussed on First Morning News

"Coming up in ten minutes on seven ten w o r almost after five o'clock we'll check that weather in just a moment of chinese space station has come crashing down to earth falling over a thinly populated area of the south pacific astrophysicist brad tucker says about ninety percent of it burned up on reentry so we're still talking about hundreds kilograms worth the debris landing in the ocean and landing on the earth over a thousand square kilometer pat station entered the atmosphere at seventeen thousand miles an hour caused some concern over the weekend experts admitting they had no idea where would crash but it all fell in the water to new york city cops help deliver a baby on easter officer vincent ching and his partner responded to a parked car on east ninety second street and first avenue they were waved down by the woman's husband where the first one that responsive safe and it was very uplifting as police officers we'd all we don't normally you know handle these kinds of situations and it feels great to help directly bring a new life into this world yeah that's good news mom and baby are doing well now sad news this morning the last of the victims from a series of bombings in austin texas last month has been laid to rest let's get the latest on that and correspondent jim ryan in central texas seventeen year old trailing mason was considered a prodigy who performed and composed music and he was one of four people killed by bombs built and placed by twentythreeyearold mark conduct in a crime spree that police chief brian manley initially said did not meet the formal definition of domestic terrorism we look specifically to the ideological reasons that still does not exist but now after looking at how the community was affected manley says he's comfortable in calling condit a terrorist jim ryan abc news in central texas now five fourteen here on this monday morning gotta deal with snow let's get the details from meteorologist ray stagich at the weather channel ray winter weather advisory on this monday morning april second snow coming in at a quick burst of snow moderate snow.

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1 man dead, 2 officers injured in Austin barricade shooting

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:29 min | 2 years ago

1 man dead, 2 officers injured in Austin barricade shooting

"American family of four died while on vacation in mexico abc's andy robak reports fortyoneyearold kevin sharp and his wife amy surprising their children twelve year old sterling and sevenyearold adriana with a trip to mexico earlier this month but when in the iowa family didn't make their return flight home to saint louis wednesday their loved ones knew something was wrong my mother lost her youngest daughter and she's like all of us got the support of everybody rallying around us mexican authorities finding the family of four dead inside that condo friday they say due to his stick by inhalation of toxic gases the attorney general saying there were no signs of violence nor evidence to suggest disturbances inside the room when they found them both kids look were watching tv and the parents are in the dead watching tv so there was no foul play photo showing firefighters nfl team scouring the condo saturday inspecting the gas installation for any leaks mexican authorities saying it will take about ten days to determine the type of toxic fumes that caused their deaths despite travel warnings from the us state department due to its level of crime mexico still remains one of the top five spring break destinations for americans the sharp family found the condo through vacation home rental company vr b o who says they have since removed the property from its site travel experts warn the safety standards for home rentals are far different than hotels abc's amy robot reporting the city of austin still shaking off the jitters caused by a serial bomber they have another police related incident to deal with today with abc's jim ryan the police had been called to a duplex in the southwest part of austin to check on a shots fired call just before midnight police chief brian manley says as the officers were leaving shots were fired from inside the residence and one of our officers were struck by that gunfire a standoff began involving a gunman and a woman held against her will when the man stepped out the front door still armed he was shot and killed the officer with a gunshot wound to the right arm is expected recover as a second officer who was hurt jumping over a fence jim ryan abc news dallas komo news time nine fifty now your komo propel insurance money update here's jennifer kushinka emma walmsley the first woman to run a major pharmaceutical company is making sweeping changes at glaxosmithkline replacing nearly half.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In here at five one eight three six zero five nine one police officer here in austin was shot in the arm last night's another suffered some serious injuries to his knee and hand while as they were retreating after being shot at in a standoff this morning at a duplex and chief brian manley very familiar face in these kinds of incidents held a press conference just before we went on the air to explain and go into detail exactly what happened overnight occurred beginning late last night and that is lenin early morning hours before i do them eater is here with me i've got reorienting the assistant city manager paul in the fifty five hundred walk on on sienna and the call came as an unknown verging be complaining called in requesting that the police respond to the location and in the call was disconnected we dispatched officers and i arrived on scene at ten fifty pm when he's officers arrived on scene there were three all the servers that responded to the back of the implants he's officers went and knocked on the door he ended up speaking with the resident at the duplex you stated that they had not called nine one one at that point the officers moved to the other side of the wax they knocked on the door multiple times trying to get an answer they did not look through the window in did not see anything they knocked and then as the officers were leaving shots were fired from inside the residence and one of our officers were struck by that gunfire y'all shire's ran from the.

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S. Korea's coast guard rescues all 192 after ferry hits rock

24 Hour News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

S. Korea's coast guard rescues all 192 after ferry hits rock

"Tougher ingrid kelly w w j newsradio nine fifty in washington cbs's steve dorsey says you should expect a lull in congress getting much done this year following the passage of a bipartisan budget bill which averted a government shutdown lawmakers are now turning their attention to midterm elections later this year especially the gop as republicans raised concerns they could lose not only the senate but the house as well they're bringing with them to the campaign trail historic tax cuts a budget and the newest conservative supreme court justice neal gorsuch yet still on the shelf immigration reform and gun control something democrats continue to push for steve dorsey cbs news washington and this just into the w w j newsroom out of south korea south korea's coast guard says it is trying to rescue some one hundred and ninety two people from a ferry that hit a rock off the country south kohl's no word on injuries there but stay with newsradio nine fifty and cbs as we follow this developing story this out of seoul south korea south korea's coast guard says it is trying now to rescue one hundred ninety two people from a ferry that hit a rock off the country south west coast ww j news time four thirty five authorities are still trying to find out what motivated anthony condit to distribute explosive packages around austin texas police chief brian manley says based on the killer's confession they don't believe race was involved in the bombing listened to that tape one time there was nothing in that tape that discussed anything about race and that's what we will continue to do as we investigate this case and if any evidence is there is any evidence uncovered that leads us to believe that that may have been a factor then that will be information that's included in it yeah because the bomber was wide some people questioned whether the same level of compassion would have been afforded a person of color mark anthony or mark condit planted five bombs that killed two people.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I know everybody is interested in motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts but what i can tell you having listened to that recording he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate but instead is the outcry of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life that led him to this point officers located the recording in which conduct twentythree described creating seven devices including one he blew up during the conflict with police the police chief brian manley he said at a news conference that recording was made on a phone which was found on the suspects possession following the confrontation condit described the bombs with the level of specificity including their differences manley said and as the police used to sit in the recording the suspect did not mention anything about terrorism nor did he mentioned anything about hate the police chief said and the message was of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life police said all the seven devices have been accounted for suggesting there was no further threat manley told the reporters at thirties believe the recording was made between nine and eleven pm tuesday night and there was no reason given for why he selected the affected individuals as the string of bombs killed two people and injured four in and around austin texas contra blew himself up in a motel parking lot overnight as the swat team approached his suv early wednesday banging on his car window apparently and you know some of the video the police you know approaching it i wouldn't want their job if you're if you're out there is a law enforcement officer tonight let me just tell you straight i wouldn't want your job i wouldn't want what you do i commend you for doing it it was funny because one time extras not funny i i the mentioned on the air is the law enforcement or military and somebody called simple they volunteer to do it so they're not heroic.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The conflict with police the police chief brian manley said at a news conference the recording was made on a phone which was found on the suspects possession following the confrontation condit described the bombs with a level of specificity including their differences manley said and as the police used to sit in the recording the suspect did not mention anything about terrorism nor did he mentioned anything about haste the police chief said and the message was of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life police said all the seven devices have been accounted for suggesting there was no further threat manley told the reporters at thirties believed the recording was made between nine and eleven pm tuesday night and there was no reason given for why he selected the affected individuals as we know the string of bombs killed two people and injured four in and around austin texas contra blew himself up in a motel parking lot overnight as the swat team approached his suv early wednesday banging on his car window apparently and you know some of the video the police you know approaching it i wouldn't want their job if you're if you're out there is a law enforcement officer tonight let me just tell you straight i wouldn't want your job i wouldn't want what you do i commend you for doing it it was funny because one time extras not funny i the mentioned on the air is the law enforcement or military and somebody called and said well they volunteered to do it so they're not heroic what are you talking about that's what makes them heroic is the fact that they volunteer to do it the police chief says the.

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"brian manley" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The outcry of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life that led him to this point officers located the recording in which conduct twentythree described creating seven devices including one he blew up during the conflict with police the police chief brian manley said at a news conference that recording was made on a phone which was found on the suspects possession following the confrontation condit described the bombs with a level of specificity including their differences manley said and as the police used to sit in the recording the suspect did not mention anything about terrorism nor did he mentioned anything about hate the police chief said and the message was a of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life police said all the seven devices have been accounted for suggesting there was no further threat manley told reporters that authorities believe the recording was made between nine and eleven pm tuesday night and there was no reason given for why he selected the affected individuals as we know the string bombs killed two people and injured four in and around austin texas contra blew himself up in a motel parking lot overnight as the swat team approached his suv early wednesday banging on his car window apparently and you know some of the video the police you know approaching it i wouldn't want their job if you're if you're out there is a law enforcement officer tonight let me just tell you straight i wouldn't want your job i wouldn't want what you do i commend you for doing it it was funny because one time extras not funny i the mentioned on the air was law enforcement or military somebody called simple they volunteered to it so they're not heroic.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"It would be his horrendous murders and bombings and here's part of that i know everybody is interested in a motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts but what i can tell you having listened to that recording he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate but instead is the outcry of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life that led him to this point officers located the recording in which conduct twentythree described creating seven devices including one he blew up during the conflict with police the police chief brian manley said at a news conference the recording was made on a phone which was found on the suspects possession following the confrontation condit described the bombs with the level of specificity including their differences manley said and as the police used just set in the recording the suspect did not mention anything about terrorism nor did he mentioned anything about hate the police chief said and the message was a of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life police said all the seven devices have been accounted for suggesting there was no further threat manley told reporters at the thirties believe the recording was made between nine and eleven pm tuesday night and there was no reason given for why he selected the affected individuals as we know the string of bombs killed two people and injured four in and around austin texas conduct blew himself up in a motel parking lot overnight as the swat team approached his suv early wednesday banging on his car window apparently and you know some of the video the police approaching it i wouldn't want their job if you're if you're out there is a law enforcement officer tonight let me just tell you straight i wouldn't want your job i wouldn't want what you do i commend you for doing it it was funny because one time extras not funny i the mentioned on the air is the law enforcement or military and somebody called and said well they volunteered to do it so they're not heroin what are you talking about that's what makes them harare is the fact that they volunteer to do it the police chief says the.

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"brian manley" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on WDRC

"The conflict with police the police chief brian manley said at a news conference the recording was made on a phone which was found on the suspects possession following the confrontation condit described the bombs with the level of specificity including their diff differences manley said and as the police used just sit in the recording the suspect did not mention anything about terrorism nor you mentioned anything about hayes the police chief said and the message was a of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life police said all the seven devices have been accounted for suggesting there was no further threat manley told reporters that authorities believe the recording was made between nine and eleven pm tuesday night and there was no reason given for why he selected the affected individuals as we know the string of bombs killed two people and injured four in and around austin texas contra blew himself up in a motel parking lot overnight as the swat team approached his suv early wednesday banging on his car window apparently and you know some of the video the police you know approaching it i wouldn't want their job if you're if you're out there is a law enforcement officer tonight let me just tell you straight i wouldn't want your job i wouldn't want what you do i commend you for doing it it was funny because one time extras don funny i the mentioned on the air i was law enforcement or military and somebody called and said well they volunteered to do it so there not heroin what are you talking about.

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Police: Austin bomber's motive still unknown, despite video

24 hour News

01:40 min | 2 years ago

Police: Austin bomber's motive still unknown, despite video

"Thirty nine to controversial school safety bills introduced in the california legislature seek to prevent and stop any potential threat on campus the first bill calls for an added tax on gun and ammunition sales to fund a special counselors on middle school campuses who would be tasked with detecting and reporting potential threats the second is to put an armed resource officer on every campus elementary middle and high school in the state assemblyman james gallagher says such an officer worked at a school campus in saint mary's county maryland when a shooter was stopped after wounding two students you wouldn't just have to hold up in our classrooms and hope something doesn't more dire does it happen both bills have their opposition's both bills are just beginning the committee process jim roope los angeles police say the man suspected of terrorizing austin texas with a series of bombings confessed in a twenty five minute video recorded just hours before twentythreeyearold mark condit blow himself up as swat officers closed in fourth omar franken via reports from greville that's north of boston where the suspect lived he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate austin interim police chief brian manley says the twenty five minute video doesn't show a motive but does offer a glimpse into the mind of bombing suspect marc condit there were also indications of actions he was willing to take in the future a major breakthrough in the massive manhood came when investigators identified condit on surveillance footage in a fedex store dropping off two explosive packages using the alias kelly kilmore devices that exploded in austin and near san antonio were pipebombs with batteries and smokeless powder.

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John Dowd resigns from Trump's personal legal team

Mike Gallagher

01:50 min | 2 years ago

John Dowd resigns from Trump's personal legal team

"The white house says president trump will sign the bill that boosts military spending but does not include all the funding he sought for his promised border wall just benefits go at the white house the president also imposing new tariffs on china i've been speaking with the highest chinese representatives including the president and i've asked them to reduce the trade deficit immediately by one hundred billion dollars the president is shaking up his legal team we get more of that from white house correspondent greg clugston john doubt is resigning as the president's lead lawyer in the russia investigation in a statement dowd said he loves the president and wishes him well dad's departure comes just a few days after the president added former us attorney joe digenova to his legal team and following dowd's own statement last weekend that the justice department should shut down robert muller's special counsel investigation greg clugston the white house authorities say they're confident the twentythreeyearold unemployed college dropout who blew himself up as police closed in was behind this month's austin bombings but they still don't know why austin police chief brian manley i know everybody is interested in a motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts but what i can tell you having listened to that recording he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate conduct left behind it twenty five minutes cellphone video detailing the differences in the bombs he built a joint investigation by the associated press at houston chronicle reveals the extent of hurricane harvey toxic assault on the environment was more widespread than the thirties lead on at the time after the storm bay lose the nation's fourth largest city reporters catalog more than one hundred harvey related toxic relationships more of these stories from townhall dot com you know i'm not a genius.

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Trump announces new tariffs on China, asks for reduced trade deficit — live updates

Mike Gallagher

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Trump announces new tariffs on China, asks for reduced trade deficit — live updates

"The white house says president trump will sign the bill that boosts military spending but does not include all the funding he sought for his promised border wall just benefits go at the white house the president also imposing new tariffs on china i've been speaking with the highest chinese representatives including the president and i've asked them to reduce the trade deficit immediately by one hundred billion dollars the president is shaking up his legal team we get more of that from white house correspondent greg clugston john doubt is resigning as the president's lead lawyer in the russia investigation in a statement dowd said he loves the president and wishes him well dad's departure comes just a few days after the president added former us attorney joe digenova to his legal team and following dowd's own statement last weekend that the justice department should shut down robert muller's special counsel investigation greg clugston the white house authorities say they're confident the twentythreeyearold unemployed college dropout who blew himself up as police closed in was behind this month's austin bombings but they still don't know why austin police chief brian manley i know everybody is interested in a motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts but what i can tell you having listened to that recording he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate conduct left behind it twenty five minutes cellphone video detailing the differences in the bombs he built a joint investigation by the associated press at houston chronicle reveals the extent of hurricane harvey toxic assault on the environment was more widespread than the thirties lead on at the time after the storm bay lose the nation's fourth largest city reporters catalog more than one hundred harvey related toxic relationships more of these stories from townhall dot com you know i'm not a genius.

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At least 14 dead, several hurt in car bomb in Somali capital

01:48 min | 2 years ago

At least 14 dead, several hurt in car bomb in Somali capital

"Zacher burg has promised in a series of media interviews to investigate whether cambridge still has the user data was supposed of deleted is going to let every facebook user know whether they have been compromised corn mcsherry is legal director of the electronic frontier foundation we really need is actually independent audits people who aren't controlled by facebook and really accountable to the users we need those people to go and look at facebook system and make sure that they're actually really being held accountable sucker berg also says he's opened a testifying before congress but he did not commit to that a car bomb blast near a hotel in somalia's capital mogadishu has left at least nine dead seven others hurt has smalley police captain tells the associated press this explosion happened on a busy road that's been a target of past attacks by the extremist group alshabaab he didn't reveal a motive but the austin serial bomber apparently left a confession behind police say mark anthony condit recorded a twenty five minute cellphone video hours before he blew himself up as swat teams closed is suspect describes the six bombs that he constructed with a level of specificity that he identified the differences among those six bombs austin police chief brian manley calls the video the outcry of a very challenged young man global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in washington i'm nathan hager this is bloomberg now with our other top stories michael barr former wind resorts ceo steve wynn is selling about four million shares that he owns in the casino operating company win who resigned last month from the company bearing his name after women accused him of sexual misconduct have been the largest shareholder in the company.

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Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt recorded 25-minute "confession," police say

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt recorded 25-minute "confession," police say

"By the listeners and members of k q e d public radio eighty eight point five fm this is morning edition from npr news i'm david greene h martin investigators in austin texas have new information about the man who terrorized that city for three weeks with homemade bombs the man's name is mark conduct and in the hours before his death he recorded a twenty five minute video confessing to the bombings but austin police chief brian manley says he never revealed his motive nor does he mention anything about hate but instead it is the outcry of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life that led him to this point let's turn now to nadia hamdan of our member station k ut in austin hey nadia high so while there was this twenty five minute statement there was a lot of information that this man this is the bomber conduct left out mainly why let's listen to a little bit more from austin police chief manley there was no indication of why these specific addresses in those that were delivered to homes or those that were placed in the community or those that were mailed there was no reason given for why he selected those individuals so if we don't know why he did it what else did we learn from this video it's twenty five minutes on right so it seems as though he's confessed to being behind all seven bombs and six explosions that killed three people including himself an injured for other so just as a recap those are the three package bombs that were placed on people's doorsteps there was the fourth bomb that was a trip wire in a neighborhood of course there were the two fedex facility one was the explosion at the fedex facility insurance and then there was the other bomb that was found in a fedex facility near an airport but did not explode and then of course the seventh was the.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The conflict with police the police chief brian manley said at a news conference the recording was made on a phone which was found on the suspects possession following the confrontation condit described the bombs with the level of specificity including their diff france's manley said and as the police used to set in the recording the suspect did not mention anything about terrorism nor did he mentioned anything about hate the police chief said and the message was of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life police said all the seven devices have been accounted for suggesting there was no further threat manley told the reporters the thirties believe the recording was made between nine and eleven pm tuesday night and there was no reason given for why he selected the affected individuals as we know the string of bombs killed two people and injured four in and around austin texas contra blew himself up in a motel parking lot overnight as the swat team approached his suv early wednesday banging on his car window apparently and you know some of the video the police you know approaching it i wouldn't want their job if you're if you're out there is a law enforcement officer tonight let me just tell you straight i wouldn't want your job i wouldn't want what you do i commend you for doing it it was funny because one time extras not funny i the mentioned on the air is law enforcement or military and somebody called and said well they volunteered to do it so they're not aerobic what are you talking about that's what makes them heroic is the fact that they volunteer to do it the police chief said the.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The conflict with police the police chief brian manley said at a news conference the recording was made on a phone which was found on the suspects possession following the confrontation condit described the bombs with a level of specificity including their differences manley said and as the police used to sit in the recording the suspect did not mention anything about terrorism nor did he mentioned anything about hate the police chief said and the message was of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life police said all the seven devices have been accounted for suggesting there was no further threat manley told reporters that authorities believe the recording was made between nine and eleven pm tuesday night and there was no reason given for why he selected the affected individuals as we know the string of bombs killed two people and injured four in and around austin texas contra blew himself up in a motel parking lot overnight as the swat team approached his suv early wednesday banging on his car window apparently and you know some of the video the police you know approaching it i wouldn't want their job if you're if you're out there is a law enforcement officer tonight let me just tell you straight i wouldn't want your job i wouldn't want what you do i commend you for doing it it was funny because one time extras not funny i the mentioned on the air i was law enforcement or military and somebody called and said well they volunteered to do it so they're not heroic.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The conflict with police the police chief brian manley said at a news conference the recording was made on a phone which was found on the suspects possession following the confrontation condit described the bombs with the level of specificity including their diff differences manley said and as the police used to sit in the recording the suspect did not mention anything about terrorism nor did he mention anything about hate the police chief said and the message was of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life police said all the seven devices have been accounted for suggesting there was no further threat manley told the reporters at thirties believed the recording was made between nine and eleven pm tuesday night and there was no reason given for why he selected the affected individuals as we know the string of bombs killed two people and injured four in and around the austin texas contra blew himself up in a motel parking lot overnight as the swat team approached his suv early wednesday banging on his car window apparently and you know some of the video the police you know approaching it i wouldn't want their job if you're if you're out there is a law enforcement officer tonight let me just tell you straight i wouldn't want your job i wouldn't want what you do i commend you for doing it it was funny because one time extras not funny i the mentioned on the air is he the law enforcement or military and somebody called and said well they volunteer to do it so they're not her roic what are you talking about.

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Mudslides feared as strong Pacific storm heads toward weary Southern California

News, Traffic and Weather

01:32 min | 2 years ago

Mudslides feared as strong Pacific storm heads toward weary Southern California

"To new jersey have no electricity record rain is falling in southern california people in burbank are under a voluntary evacuation order and many are heating the call i mean safety of my family that's all that matters forecasters say the worst of a powerful pacific storm is still to come along with the possibility of debris flows and mudslides it didn't take police long to unravel the mystery behind the austin serial bomber hours after twentythreeyearold mark anthony condit blew himself up they say they found a twenty five minute video confession on his cell phone austin police chief brian manley on this recording the suspect describes the six bombs that he constructed with a level of specificity he identified the differences among those six bombs says the video does not point to terrorism or hate president trump wants to slap china with fifty billion dollars worth of new tariffs and penalties white house correspondent steven portnoy the announcement of these terrorists specifically targeting chernick comes just the new global levies on steel and aluminum imports are set to take affect the white house argues china has ripped us companies off to the tune of tens of billions of dollars each year forcing them to turn over patents and proprietary technology in exchange for access to the chinese market these tariffs are mr trump's way of pushing back china says it will respond with what it calls necessary measures congressional leaders could begin voting today on a sweeping one point three trillion dollars spending bill that hikes military spending and allocates one point six.

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2 Americans, 1 Russian on their way to International Space Station

Red Eye Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

2 Americans, 1 Russian on their way to International Space Station

"Exte san francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station now on amazon alexa opened the vo skill soccer burke speaks bombers confession i'm elliot francis facebook is under fire after data from fifty million members was misused by the data firm cambridge analytica wednesday ceo mark zuckerberg gave his first on camera interview to address that matter and spencer reports this was a major richard trust and i'm really sorry that this happened facebook ceo mark zuckerberg apologized in an exclusive tv interview with cnn's laurie segal and we have a basic responsibility to protect people's data and if we can't do that then we don't deserve to have the opportunity to serve people echoing part of the written statement posted online zuckerberg promised to look deeper in the activity of app developers our responsibility now is to make sure that this doesn't happen again i'm andrew spencer authorities in austin texas have discovered a key piece of evidence that could lead to a motive for for bombing suspect marc condit here's austin police chief brian manley at this point located a recording that the suspect in this incident made it is about a twenty five minute recording where he talks about what he has done this as a confession this was on a phone that we found in his possession republican rick secured as officially conceded the pennsylvania house special election to democrat connor lamb see where crawford report move comes more than a week after the race with some say has shaken gop confidence a head of november's midterm elections lamb claimed to see with about seven hundred and fifty votes in a republican held district president trump won by almost twenty percentage points just sixteen months ago most attribute that thirty three year olds victory to his moderate tone during the raise in being backed by the districts influential labor unions i'm sierra crawford american astronaut on a russian cosmonaut are on their way to the international space station soyuz rocket carrying the three men lifted off wednesday from kazakhstan i'm elliot francis what you do this morning rescue to bear weight what i donated to international animal rescue international animal rescue saved hundreds of.

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2 US tourists die in helicopter crash on Great Barrier Reef

Red Eye Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

2 US tourists die in helicopter crash on Great Barrier Reef

"Are wisconsin's radio station news radio wgm jay bell walking from abc news i taught at in the aftermath of the explosion that killed suspected serial bomber mark condit early wednesday morning investigators found a cell phone it held the answers to many of the questions that have arisen since the first bomb attack on march second the phone contained a twenty five minute recorded statement essentially a confession offering details of the seven explosive devices that marquan is thought to have made but condit had no known connection with the people he injured or killed and the recording doesn't help there was no reason given for why he selected those individuals austin police chief brian manley calls the recorded message quote the outcry of a very challenged young man jim ryan abc news austin lawmakers reached a tentative deal wednesday night to keep the government open congress now preparing to pass a one point three trillion dollars spending bill by the end of the week abc's ben siegel in washington explains what's in the bill and what's not at the end of the day this bill includes some grant money for school safety protections and it also includes incentives for states to participate in the national back background check system but there isn't anything broader beyond that democrats were looking for broader stronger background checks in salt weapons ban those are not in this bill the measure includes several hundred million dollars for fencing towards president trump's border wall which was short of the one point six million the white house demanded also know daca protections are in the deal to american tourists killed two other americans injured in a helicopter crash australia's great barrier reef wednesday according to police a sixty five year old woman in a seventy nine year old man were pronounced dead a thirty four year old man of thirty three year old woman taken to a hospital with nonlife threatening injuries all for tourists said to have known each other queensland state police inspector ian houghton this is a tool medicaid experience for anyone involved in the in the situation the australian transport safety bureau will be investigating this crash on wall street wednesday the.

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Trump 'warned' not to congratulate Putin in Russia election

The Larry Elder Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

Trump 'warned' not to congratulate Putin in Russia election

"Earlier at a press conference austin police chief brian manley said cops found an audiotape with the suspect in which he describes how he made the bombs but did say why i know everybody is interested in a motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts but what i can tell you having listened to that recording he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate family says the vet suspects own descriptions of the bombing attacks indicate they were not hate crimes pflueger ville police investigators will continue gathering evidence at the home and neighbors are being urged to avoid going near the house the suspects two roommates were detained for questioning one was later released no information on the status of the second roommate president trump ignored a warning from national security aides to refrain from congratulating russian president vladimir putin on his reelection victory a senior administration official says the president's briefing materials for the putin phone call included a section in all caps that said do not congratulate but he did so anyway it was unclear whether mr trump read the talking points prepared by his national security team before tuesday's call some republican lawmakers are criticizing the president's decision to congratulate putin in what is viewed by many observers as a sham election white house correspondent greg clugston reporting in a wednesday afternoon tweet mr trump said getting along with russia and others is a good thing not a bad thing.

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Arizona police release video of fatal collision with Uber self-driving SUV

The John Batchelor Show

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Arizona police release video of fatal collision with Uber self-driving SUV

"A cumulus station facebook apology austin bomber i'm barbara kusak facebook ceo mark zuckerberg admitted was a major breach of trust as he broke his silence on the cambridge analytica controversy involving a data breach of millions of the sites users sucker burg told cnn he's really sorry that this happened and we have a basic responsibility to protect people's data and if we can't do that then we don't deserve to have the opportunity to serve people as far as regulation for the site soccer berg says the question should be what is the right regulation where if you look at how much regulation there is around advertising on tv and print it's not clear why does should be less on the internet where you should have the same level of transparency required austin police chief brian manley says bombing suspect marc condit left behind the confession on his cell phone before he blew himself up as officers had him cornered i know everybody is interested in a motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts but what i can tell you having listened to that recording he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate correspondent pamela brown says special counsel robert muller may be getting closer to deciding whether to sit down in question president trump and the russia probe as his team has already discussed talking points with trump's attorneys they wanna talk about the firings of james call me a former fbi director and michael flynn a source familiar with the matter says that the special counsel wants to focus predominantly on the those firings to experts who viewed video of a deadly self driving vehicle crash in tempe arizona told the associated press that the uber suv's laser and radar sensors should have spotted the victim and her bicycle and braked they say it also appears in the video that the human backup driver is looking down and is surprised when the uber vehicle hits the woman i'm barbara kusak do you have money in the stock market are you watching it bounce all over the place while you're focused on the short term movement you might actually be missing what time it really is we are late in the.

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Tempe, Arizona, police release footage from deadly crash involving self-driving Uber

The John Batchelor Show

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Tempe, Arizona, police release footage from deadly crash involving self-driving Uber

"A cumulus station facebook apology austin bomber i'm barbara kusak facebook ceo mark zuckerberg admitted was a major breach of trust as he broke his silence on the cambridge analytica controversy involving a data breach of millions of the sites users sucker burg told cnn he's really sorry that this happened and we have a basic responsibility to protect people's data and if we can't do that then we don't deserve to have the opportunity to serve people as far as regulation for the site soccer berg says the question should be what is the right regulation where if you look at how much regulation there is around advertising on tv and print it's not clear why does should be less on the internet where you should have the same level of transparency required austin police chief brian manley says bombing suspect marc condit left behind the confession on his cell phone before he blew himself up as officers had him cornered i know everybody is interested in a motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts but what i can tell you having listened to that recording he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate correspondent pamela brown says special counsel robert muller may be getting closer to deciding whether to sit down in question president trump and the russia probe as his team has already discussed talking points with trump's attorneys they wanna talk about the firings of james call me a former fbi director and michael flynn a source familiar with the matter says that the special counsel wants to focus predominantly on the those firings to experts who viewed video of a deadly self driving vehicle crash in tempe arizona told the associated press that the uber suv's laser and radar sensors should have spotted the victim and her bicycle and braked they say it also appears in the video that the human backup driver is looking down and is surprised when the uber vehicle hits the woman i'm barbara kusak do you have money in the stock market are you watching it bounce all over the place while you're focused on the short term movement you might actually be missing what time it really is we are late in the.

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"brian manley" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on Here & Now

"From npr and wbz you are robin young doubt in for jeremy hobson today this is here now and major developments this morning in austin texas where police say the man responsible for a series of deadly bombings blew himself up early this morning inside his vehicle as a swat team closed in the man has been identified as twenty three year old mark anthony condit interim police chief brian manley said today that residents should not let their guard down even though the suspect is dead we still need to remain vigilant to ensure that no other packages or devices have been left through the community so as we go through the day today we want the community to remain vigilant we do not know where he has been in the past twenty four hours and again if you see something that looks suspicious if you see something that's out of place if you see something that gives you concern call nine one one and let us know reporter matt largely is covering the story for ut in austin math thanks for being here you're welcome sounds like a very dramatic end to a story that's been developing now for nineteen days what happened in those final moments so what we know was early this morning police confronted the suspect they they confronted him in his vehicle as they did that he began to drive away and police pursued him he drove into a ditch along the highway here and as police approached the police approached his vehicle he detonated detonated a bomb and at the same time police also fired fired their weapons at him and ultimately he died so police have said over the last twenty four hours or so that they were actually able to get a lot more evidence on this suspect the case sort of picked up momentum because he was seen on security video dropping off one of those packages at a fedex store.

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"brian manley" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Seven four four five so we've got a serial bomber in austin texas apparently now they've used a trip wire bomb according to the austin police department they're working with a serial bomber they say and they say that the the latest of four bombings in the last sixteen days and they say that this one has a higher level of sophistication than the previous three this according to the interim police chief in austin that would be brian manley says we're clearly dealing with what we expect to be a serial bomber at this point hours after the bombing manley said that it's very possible the device in last night's explosion was triggered by a tripwire that a press conference this morning he said the device that exploded has similarities to the other explosive devices based on preliminary results even though it does use a more complex trip wire system he noted an earlier press conference at the bombs have different kinds of projectiles within them two men who were twenty two and twenty three years old were either writing or pushing their bicycles when the latest bomb next to a fence exploded in the travis county e subdivision southwest austin happened around eight thirty two pm last night both men are in good condition at the hospital according to a spokesman for the saint david's south austin medical center they do have significant injuries though the austin police department confirmed that both men's injuries or most engine delays bombing are white while the other victims were black and hispanic so there goes the whole thing about this is a hate crime so now we got some honky hurt so i guess we can call off the hate crime thing austin police department initially ask homeowners within a half mile radius of the intersection of dawn song dr dong song dr weeping like a willow.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The explosion officials had increased a cash reward in the package bombing case that has rocked the texas capital austin police department hasn't said if it believes last night's explosion is related to the other three that date back to march second but continue to ask citizens to be on high alert austin police chief brian manley put out the message that we've been putting out and that is not only do not touch any packages for anything that looks like a package do not even go near it at this time this pacific's of last night's explosion haven't been released by police say two men were hurt and taken to the hospital neighbors in the area were asked to stay inside their homes police say they'll know more as the morning moves along chief manley says it's clear the package bombs were meant to send a message the person or persons understands what that message is responsible for constructing her delivering these devices and we hope this person or persons is watching and we'll reach out to us before anyone else is injured or anyone else is killed police won't speculate as to what that message may be but people in and around austin have brought up the possibility it could be race related because the neighborhood where they occurred is populated heavily by minorities last night's explosion though on the complete opposite side of the city with a different demographic tensions are rising as weeks have gone by since the first bomb and no suspects chief manley says the department has received hundreds of tips but none have panned out so please keep the calls coming we don't want the tips to slow down we need that tip and you may have the one piece of information that lets us put this all together the atf and fbi are working closely with austin police as days continue to pass without answers the department is now offering a one hundred thousand dollar reward for information leading to an arrest in the case that that in addition to fifteen thousand dollars offered by the governor's office while police worked at a terminal a motive and any connection to the package bombings in the.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome to our little show we can't tell you the important part is a police updated about four o'clock on the package bombs which is in day to being national news in a big way so here you go there's come on there's got to be a connection even the stepfather of the first guy that was killed with a package bomb on march second has said in fact he was quoted as saying he talking about the the bomber the terrorism what do we call him at this point her whatever said there has to be a connection he's done his homework were the exact comment so here's what we are now the package bombs here in austin that killed two people over eleven days were quote constructed by the same bombmaker says police chief brian manley on good morning america he goes on to say there are some specific opponents that we won't get into the details to protect integrity of the investigation but there are some specific things we have seen to make us believe all three of these packages were constructed by the same bomb maker also on good morning america the mayor of austin steve adler reiterated exactly what he said on this show yesterday afternoon remain aware and alert now the position is they're looking for links so of course we don't know for certain but it's just hard to believe all this was done randomly really is hard to believe so there are three packs bombs as you know now kill two people view of two others in really bad shape so these are all on the east side neighborhoods all the victims were minorities investigators are looking reportedly now whether race was a factor although we can tell you this the associated press reports authorities have backed off initial suggestions that hate crimes could be a cause also we wondered about this yesterday when the police chief yesterday afternoon said listen if you see something make a phone call and we knew a lot of people would call me every single day of your life there's a package on your doorstep more than one hundred fifty calls reporting suspicious packages this according to the police department just yesterday afternoon and you know that'll keep happening over and over and over again then they went on to talk about how sophisticated.

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"brian manley" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on Here & Now

"People who say they have taught him in school said he was smart people loved him a hugged teachers every morning is there any sense though if they were from prominent families that they knew each others are there any connections between the victims i believe that the that i've heard it reported that their families may have have known each other socially i don't know whether the victims knew each other personally well as we said the first bomb exploded in part of east austin predominantly african african american the second in hispanic neighborhood and you were at the scene yesterday of that second bombing you spoke with fifteen year old is ada guerrero it just like i shook my house in my body you know so like it hasn't been be explosion wasn't gunshot you know you don't hear that stuff in his neighborhood like that you know this has to be so frightening interim police police chief brian manley is warning residents to call the police if they get suspicious looking packages and we understand people really are calling yes that's right i saw the chief tweet this morning that as a five am today apd has received one hundred fifty reports of suspicious packages and none of those pan out but people are definitely on alert you know that she police are letting folks know to report any suspicious packages anything that they received that they weren't expecting and just to be extra vigilant and we were reading accounts of people saying even if they're expecting packages they're afraid to go near them and such powerful bombs you know the the descriptions of the victims it just these are very powerful package bombs and these come as an estimated half a million people are in town for the south by southwest.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's all things considered from npr news i'm ari shapiro and i'm sarah mcammond many workers can now compare a median employee salary to the company's ceo and there can be a very big gap the whitest we saw more than fifty companies we looked at was marathon petroleum where this made about nine hundred thirty five times the median employee now the news live from npr news in culver city california into wayne brown another explosion in austin texas has injured an elderly woman just hours after a package bomb killed a teenager and wounded another woman in a different part of the city austin police chief brian manley this again is the third in what we believed to be related incidents that have occurred over the past ten days and similar to what we have said any earlier instances we want the community to be aware of what is going on because again based on evidence that we have at this scene as well as the other two scenes where we've had these explosions this evidence makes us believe that these incidents are related authorities were considering whether the attacks could be race related because the first three victims were black chief manley says they aren't ruling anything out but they are quote no longer making the connection to a hate crime the president is touting his administration's policy response to the south florida's school shooting last month white house says it includes helping to fund firearms training for teachers and the national commission on school safety but as rohan more garrity reports it's just as notable for the things it leaves out two weeks ago president trump met with congressional leaders to discuss possible gun reforms adam winkler is a ucla law professor and the author of a history of the gun rights debate he endorsed universal background tracks raising the gun age and accused those who didn't support such measures as being afraid of the hour the white house backed off those changes at the federal level in florida the nra is suing to block a new law raising the minimum age to buy a gun from eighteen to twenty one winkler says the nra is likely to lose that lawsuit by sending a signal to the membership and elected officials it's gonna fight on every front winkler says trump's proposals are exactly in line with what the.

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"brian manley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The new york conversation live from npr news in culver city california i'm wayne brown another explosion in austin texas has injured an elderly woman just hours after a package bomb killed a teenager and wounded another woman in a different part of the city austin police chief brian manley this again is the third in what we believed to be related incidents that have occurred over the past ten days and similar to what we have said in the earlier instances we want the community to be aware of what is going on because again based on evidence that we have at this scene as well as the other two scenes where we've had these explosions this evidence makes us believe that these incidents are related authorities work considering whether the attacks could be race related because the first three victims were black chief manley says they aren't ruling anything out but they are quote no longer making the connection to a hate crime the president is touting his administration's policy response to the south florida school shooting last month why now says it includes helping to fund firearms training for teachers and the national commission on school safety but as rohan more garrity reports it's just as notable for the things that leaves out two weeks ago president trump met with congressional leaders to discuss possible gun reforms adam winkler is a ucla law professor and the author of a history of the gun rights debate he endorsed universal background tracks raising the gun age and accused those who didn't support such measures as being afraid of the nra the white house backed off those changes at the federal level in florida the nra is suing to block a new law raising the minimum age to buy a gun from eighteen to twenty one winkler says the nra is likely to lose that lawsuit but that's sending a signal to the membership and elected officials it's gonna fight on every front winkler says trump's proposals are exactly in line with what the nra has called for for npr news i'm ruin more garrity stocks finished mixed on wall street you're listening to npr news and this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson a lawyer with.

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