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Fresh update on "british police" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "british police" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"All of us miss make a choice about whether or not we will do our part to preserve our democratic republic in this day and age In addition to addressing voting rights lawmakers are expected to consider rules changes to the 60 vote filibuster which currently can't be overcome to pass the legislation On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO P news President Biden is calling the hostage standoff at a Texas synagogue over the weekend and act of terror Federal investigators are now trying to figure out why a 44 year old British citizen Malik Faisal akram took four members of the congregation Beth Israel hostage including the rabbi for over ten hours CBS News correspondent Omar villa franca is in kula ville Texas with the latest On the live stream an angry sounding man could be heard talking with negotiators demanding to speak to afia siddiqui She's in federal prison in Texas convicted of attempting to murder U.S. forces in Afghanistan One hostage was released a few hours later The ten hour standoff ended when the FBI's elite hostage rescue team breached the sanctuary along with local police A loud bang shots were heard In the end the suspect was dead The remaining hostages were safe Now British police have arrested two teenagers in connection with the ongoing investigation into that hostage situation NBC News is reporting that those two teens are awkward sons Coming up Ukraine now pointing the finger at Russia over that recent mass of cyberattack 9 33 Warm and home care is providing happiness at home to families throughout the D.C. metro area like Linda Brennan who needed care for her mother My family and I have worked with warman home care twice in the last two years First with my father and earlier this year with my mother when Mormon staff first derived healthcare for my father it was an immediate relief.

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Fresh update on "british police" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

01:11 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "british police" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"The weekend standoff at a Texas synagogue that ended with an armed British man dead but members of the congregation alive after running out of the synagogue door British police have arrested two teenagers in connection with the standoff but aren't saying exactly why The FBI issued a statement last night calling the incident terrorism related and saying the Jewish community was targeted Novak Djokovic could be barred from the French Open later this year because he's not vaccinated against COVID French officials say there will be no exceptions to a new law requiring vaccination to enter sports venues Djokovic arrived home in Serbia this morning after being deported from Australia where he was prevented from defending his Australian open title Russia is angrily rejecting U.S. allegations The Moscow is preparing a pretext to invade Ukraine Russia's top diplomat calling that total disinformation This is AP news There's a new number one at the box office The movie scream The AP's Oscar wills Gabriel has this We have one week Where my life is felt normal After a monthlong run Spider-Man: No Way Home has been dethroned as box office champion the new leader scream which took in $30.6 million in box office sales that was more than enough to surpass the 20.8 million gross by the latest Spider-Man movie which hit theaters 5 weekends ago Scream is already geared up to turn a profit it costs $24 million to make and on top of the 30 million in domestic gross it took in another 18 million in 50 international markets I'm Oscar wells Gabriel DirecTV is dropping one America news network The right wing TV channel friendly to former president Trump and widely criticized for spreading misinformation including mister Trump's false claim that he won the 2020 election I'm Rita foley AP news This is a 20 a.m. willow springs and streaming worldwide at WWC 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter Now UW CPT 20 Chicago traffic.

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Fresh update on "british police" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "british police" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Trying to go home A tractor trailer slid off a bridge in North Carolina leaving it dangling from the side of an overpass The driver was hospitalized and is expected to survive Now if you're taking a flight today you may want to check the status before you head out Airlines across the country are dealing with some flight delays and cancellations again and this time because of the powerful winter storm that impacted the east coast Flight aware is reporting more than 400 flights have been canceled at Reagan national over a 130 are canceled at dulles and BWI Marshall has canceled about more about a hundred flights Now many airlines are saying that staff and shortages caused by the latest COVID-19 surge have also messed up their schedules The messy weather is altered the U.S. Senate schedule and its plans to debate voting rights WTO's Mitchell Miller has more now today on the hill Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer originally wanted debate to begin by today tying it to history and Martin Luther King but he pushed it back to tomorrow after it became clear snow was on the way Democrats faced long odds on voting rights legislation and overcoming the 60 vote filibuster And Schumer says if as expected the Republicans invoke the filibuster We will be left with no choice but to consider changes to Senate rules so we can move forward But Democrats also face opposition within their own party to major changes On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO be new No federal investigators are focusing on why a 44 year old British citizen his name is Malik Faisal akram took four members of congregation Beth Israel in Texas for more than he took them hostage for more than ten hours Shortly after 9 p.m. Saturday an elite FBI hostage rescue team out of Quantico Virginia breached the cauliflower Texas synagogue killing the gunman freeing the three remaining hostages unharmed Now the investigation turns to why he did it FBI special agent Matthew disarm Our investigation will have global reach We have been in contact already with multiple FBI league apps to include Tel Aviv and London President Biden was briefed by U.S. attorney general Merrick Garland They did one hell of a job This was an act of terror This is an act of terror Chris Fox for CBS News Austin Also British police have arrested two teenagers in connection with the ongoing investigation into that hostage situation NBC reports that those teens are akram's sons Coming up North Korea launches another missile test its fourth and less than a month It's.

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Fresh update on "british police" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "british police" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Members of the congregation Beth Israel hostage for over ten hours in the Kali vil Texas synagogue Shortly after 9 p.m. Saturday an elite FBI hostage rescue team out of Quantico Virginia breached the Khalil Texas synagogue killing the gunman freeing the three remaining hostages unharmed Now the investigation turns to why he did it FBI special agent Matthew disarm Our investigation will have global reach We have been in contact already with multiple FBI league ads to include Tel Aviv and London President Biden was briefed by U.S. attorney general Merrick Garland They did one hell of a job This was an act of terror This is an act of terror Chris Fox for CBS News Austin In British police have arrested two teenagers in connection with the ongoing investigation into that hostage situation NBC is reporting that those teens are the suspect's sons Japan and South Korea say North Korea has fired a suspected ballistic missile This would be the fourth such incident this month Japan's coast guard said the suspected North Korean ballistic missile has already fallen into the sea Recently Pyongyang has accelerated its weapons program with four missile tests in less than three weeks including hypersonic missiles meant to evade interception amid stalled disarmament talks with the U.S. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has vowed to double down on arm's development Lucy Kraft CBS News Tokyo Up ahead on TOP A standoff over masks in Virginia schools The governor has no authority I'm Nick ain't LA 6 37 Hi it's Rita Kessler Many of you have followed along with my weight loss journey with co pair formally EMP one 80 When I started almost two years ago we were in the middle of COVID lockdown I wasn't quite sure it was the right time to get started Almost 60 pounds later I can tell you it was Believe me starting is the hardest decision you'll make but it was also the best decision I've made Coper is different than other weight loss programs because of the personalized coaching My coach Vanessa is a big reason for my success at the point in other programs where I'd start gaining back the weight she helped me to not only not gain but to maintain my weight loss I look forward to my chats with.

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Fresh "British Police" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "British Police" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Next ten days WT and storm team four working together In working for you It's 5 36 now the Department of Homeland Security is now responded to Saturday night's hostage stand off in a Texas synagogue Department of Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas says federal law enforcement is monitoring social media for any copycat threats following yesterday's hostage situation at congregation Beth Israel Mayorca says there are no specific nor credible threats at this time Meanwhile U.S. officials told CBS News 44 year old hostage taker Malik Faisal Akron did not appear on U.S. terror watch lists FBI's hostage rescue team was alerted at one 30 p.m. eastern yesterday just 7 hours before the raid began Nichols Ganga CBS News Washington And British police have arrested two teenagers in connection with the ongoing investigation into that hostage situation Greater Manchester police say in a statement that counter terror police detained two teenagers who were in custody now awaiting questioning North Korea has test fired more missiles to spike global pressure to return to denuclearization This is now the north's fourth missile test in less than two weeks The latest involving a pair of short range ballistic missiles according to South Korea's military Yet again they would be barred under multiple UN Security Council resolutions not that even new sanctions imposed on the north by the U.S. last week have deterred Pyongyang which already threatened to hit back with a stronger and certain reaction That's Alex Jensen reporting from Seoul South Korea And coming up the death of an American hero tuskegee airman Charles McGee I'm dick giuliano Severe winter weather affects everything you do Always changing Sometimes on a dime I'm storm team four chief meteorologist Doug camera.

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 Man killed in shooting involving police near UK royal palace

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Man killed in shooting involving police near UK royal palace

"British British police police say say a a man man was was shot shot dead dead during during a a confrontation confrontation with with officers officers near near that that Kensington Kensington palace palace royal royal residence residence on on Saturday Saturday the the Metropolitan Metropolitan Police Police force force says says officers officers were were called called to to the the wealthy wealthy area area of of London London after after reports reports that that a a man man with with a a gun gun had had entered entered a a bank bank and and bookmakers bookmakers then then fled fled in in a a vehicle vehicle which which they they stopped stopped on on palace palace gate gate road road police police say say shots shots were were fired fired at at a a man man sustained sustained gunshot gunshot wounds wounds he he was was pronounced pronounced dead dead at at the the scene scene and and the the incident incident is is not not being being treated treated as as terrorism terrorism Kensington Kensington palace palace is is the the official official London London residence residence of of prince prince William William his his wife wife Kate Kate and and their their three three children children it it is is also also home home to to several several other other members members of of the the royal royal family family I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker British British police police say say a a man man was was shot shot dead dead during during a a confrontation confrontation with with officers officers near near that that Kensington Kensington palace palace royal royal residence residence on on Saturday Saturday the the Metropolitan Metropolitan Police Police force force says says officers officers were were called called to to the the wealthy wealthy area area of of London London after after reports reports that that a a man man with with a a gun gun had had entered entered a a bank bank and and bookmakers bookmakers then then fled fled in in a a vehicle vehicle which which they they stopped stopped on on palace palace gate gate road road police police say say shots shots were were fired fired at at a a man man sustained sustained gunshot gunshot wounds wounds he he was was pronounced pronounced dead dead at at the the scene scene and and the the incident incident is is not not being being treated treated as as terrorism terrorism Kensington Kensington palace palace is is the the official official London London residence residence of of prince prince William William his his wife wife Kate Kate and and their their three three children children it it is is also also home home to to several several other other members members of of the the royal royal family family I'm I'm Julie Julie

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Taxi driver hurt in UK blast says it's a miracle he's alive

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Taxi driver hurt in UK blast says it's a miracle he's alive

"The taxi driver hurt in a Liverpool blast says it's a miracle he's alive in a message issued through the police David Perry says he's so thankful that no one else was injured in such an evil act British police have called with the November fourteen explosion a terrorist act I'm not trying to determine the motive of the bomber and models will mean the attack had died in the blast outside Liverpool women's hospital he managed to get out of the vehicle before it was consumed by flames the driver says he been overwhelmed by the good wishes and generosity he received after the attack Charles Taylor this month London

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 Police say Liverpool attacker bought bomb parts for 6 months

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Police say Liverpool attacker bought bomb parts for 6 months

"British police say the suspect who was killed in a Liverpool taxi explosion spent at least six months buying components for a bomb and appears to have acted alone bust Jackson the head of counter terrorism policing north west England says Emma also will mean had rented a property in the city in April could have been making relevant purchases for device at least since then Jackson adds investigators so far have not found any of the people of concern detectives are also piecing together details of the dead man's life and

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Liverpool Explosion: Blast Is Declared a Terrorist Act

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Liverpool Explosion: Blast Is Declared a Terrorist Act

"British police have released four men arrested under terrorism laws and named the dead man while investigating the Liverpool taxi explosion police have named it the suspected bomber who died as thirty two year old and not also will mean who came to Britain as an asylum seeker several years ago and had converted to Christianity else will mean was killed on a taxi driver injured when a blast ripped through the vehicle outside a Liverpool hospital on Sunday police have called the blast a terrorist act but say they're still working to determine the motive for men in their twenties detained under the terrorism act were released late Thursday police say they're satisfied with the accounts the men provided Charles

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 UK police: Blast outside hospital was terrorist incident

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

UK police: Blast outside hospital was terrorist incident

"Britain has raised the terror threat level following a taxi explosion at the weekend the government has increased the terror level to severe meaning an attack is highly likely the decision follows a taxi blast in Liverpool on Sunday that killed one person home secretary Priti Patel says the terror threat level has been raised because they have been to attacks in the space of a month British police say the explosion in a taxi outside a hospital to kill the man is being treated as a terrorist incident but the motive remains unclear three men in their twenties were arrested in Liverpool on Sunday a fourth detained since all are believed to be associates of the dead taxi passenger I'm

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Taxi Explodes Outside Liverpool Hospital, Killing One

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Taxi Explodes Outside Liverpool Hospital, Killing One

"British police and intelligence services are working to determine whether a taxi explosion outside a Liverpool hospital was a deliberate attack this is Matt says a cab driver's quick actions ability to potential disaster the male occupant of a taxi was killed and his driver injured when the vehicle burst into flames outside Liverpool's women's hospital on Sunday morning Liverpool met Joanna Anderson says the taxi driver could look to the doors of his cab so the passengers could leave she said he's he wrote efforts had managed to divert what could have been an absolutely awful incident counter terrorism police officers have yet to declare it a terrorist incident well three men in their twenties have been arrested Charles

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'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi and the Joke That Is European 'Tolerance'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 2 months ago

'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi and the Joke That Is European 'Tolerance'

"Welcome back to the author of Euro trash, David her son. Let's talk about tolerance. The leftists or the elitists in D.C. and the bike coastal areas in the United States seem to have this never ending love affair with Europe. They see themselves as tolerant. How tolerant is Europe today. I'll just tell one story that may flabbergast the listeners, but I'm sure you can give other ones from across the continent where the British police are actually policing hate speech to the extent that if you say something that is not politically correct, you may find police officers knocking on your door because of something you put on Facebook. Not inciting a crime, but simply because some groups of minority felt disenfranchised by your words. David, talk to us about just how tolerant Europe has lately become. Well, I have stories in that in that regard too, but I think first, I'll just talk about the insanity of anyone believing that Europe is more tolerant than us. It's simply an incredible thought to even grasp on to because there is literally not one ethnic minority that is properly assimilated into European cultures. I mean, there is generational poverty and high unemployment in Germany from Turkish immigrants that have been there for since the 1950s. It just goes from generation to generation. In France outside of major cities like Paris, there are just huge ghettos of North African immigrants. We have never been assimilated into society. In America, I live near D.C. here. I have neighbors from all over the world in all kinds of situations in fact from situations that they would be killing each other if they were in Pakistani is living next to Indians, et cetera. I mean, the idea that America is not tolerant is absurd. We are, of course, imperfect, of course, we have things to fix. We're human beings and all of that. But as a system goes, there has been no place more welcoming to other people. We all know this because we're all different people in a way. And we all accept a certain set of ideals that allow us to live together in peace. That is not really the case in most European

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 Father of suspect in UK lawmaker's slaying is 'traumatized'

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Father of suspect in UK lawmaker's slaying is 'traumatized'

"The man is being held by British police for the fatal stabbing of lawmaker David Amos the suspect's father has told British media that he was shocked and traumatized by his son's arrest as police continued questioning the suspect under terrorism laws which is authorities have not released the name of the suspect in the killing of however British media have named him as anti hobby Addie the son of a former adviser to Somalia's prime minister a master long serving lawmaker was stopped multiple times during a regular meeting with his constituents after touching me on C. a town forty miles east of London many in his constituency like local resident as summing ten on mourning his loss flustered right man

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 UK police won't act against Prince Andrew over abuse claim

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

UK police won't act against Prince Andrew over abuse claim

"British police have announced they will not take any action against prince Andrew off to a review prompted by a Jeffrey Epstein accuser who claims that he sexually assaulted her Virginia do Frey claims she was trafficked by EPS teen to have sex with Andrew in London in twenty oh one when she was age seventeen and a minor on the US know all she's suing the prince in a US court Andrew the second son of Queen Elizabeth the second denies the allegations it all goes London's Metropolitan Police force the gun review of allegations connected to apps team with police chief Cressida Dick saying that no one is above the law but

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UK police charge 3rd Russian in 2018 poisoning of ex-spy

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

UK police charge 3rd Russian in 2018 poisoning of ex-spy

"British police say they're charging a food Russian suspect in the twenty eighteen Merv agent to talk on a former Russian agent in England Scotland Yard says prosecutors believe this sufficient evidence to charge a man known as Sergei Fedotov with conspiracy to murder attempted murder possessing and using a chemical weapon and causing grievous bodily harm police say they'll apply for him to pull notes is full of dirt off they believe adult off and the two suspects already charged had previously worked together for the Russian military intelligence service the G. R. U. S. part of operations outside of Russia Charles the late this month London

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Racist Abuse Targets 3 English Players Who Missed Penalties

BBC Newsday

00:11 sec | 6 months ago

Racist Abuse Targets 3 English Players Who Missed Penalties

"The shootout. Now. After the game, the FAA said they were pulled by the racist abuse and Marcus Rushford, Jadon, Sancho and Boko Sacco all three miss penalties and that one in British police say they're

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London Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Murdering Sarah Everard

The Ben & Skin Show

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

London Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Murdering Sarah Everard

"Admits killing a woman as she walked home British police officer Wayne Cousins has pleaded guilty to a murder that sparked anger and soul searching. The officer kidnapped a young woman, Sarah Everard, as she walked home through London, then raped and killed her. London's Metropolitan Police chief Cressida Dick, all of us in the mat, second, angered and devastated By this man's crimes. The case prompted outpourings of anger about male violence against women. In London.

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Tzipi Hotovely: Israels first female ambassador in the United Kingdom

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

02:07 min | 7 months ago

Tzipi Hotovely: Israels first female ambassador in the United Kingdom

"Of the battle. He's not just east rail. Your jewish we all need to fight together. And i think the fact that old people were arrested. I know that the british government and the british police been very active around. It is a good place to start but this is not the end we need. We need to do more in order to fight. Antisemitism and i know the jewish communities very much concerned because no one experienced anything like that in britain and we need to make sure that britain will be the free democratic country that it stands for its values and not a country where jews are afraid to go to school or go to synagogues or to look lectures should be hotter valley as israel's first female. Uk ambassador she was born in recovered in nineteen seventy eight. The daughter of soviet georgian emigrants ardent zionists as with previous ambassador gavin episode thirty. He one about social mobility in israel. The dynamism of the economy tragically. There's anti zionism among young jewish people across the west in the us and he two heads are being turned by media and peer pressure. And while seventy five percent of american jews support israel as a jewish state eighty. Five percents say it's important or very important to stand up for the oppressed or marginalized hundreds of jewish google employees rejected. What they call the conflict of israel with the jewish people overbearing anti-israel narrative makes bias out of balance palestinian. Ism chant along by half wit football. Whoa korie and tv celebrities and her excellency has a message for those in the diaspora who are less than supportive of the jewish state. The young generation in britain can sometimes be very critical but israel's policy in certain fields in areas. But i think that most israelis have their own opinions like as you know. We're we're a country that everyone can criticize the government But i think by criticizing policy. You cannot just go and not support israel. Supporting

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British Police Officer Admits Kidnapping, Raping Woman

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

British Police Officer Admits Kidnapping, Raping Woman

"A British police officer has pleaded guilty to the kidnap and rape of a woman as she walks home in south London and whose body was found a week later in the woods a court at London's Old Bailey harder when cousins forty eight years old accepted responsibility for the death of Sarah Everard though he wasn't Austin trip he took charge of modern members of Evers from the second quarter witnessed the defendant entered his pleas medical reports about the Metropolitan Police officer who appeared by video link from Belmarsh prison are being prepared a further hearing before the judge will take place in July every death thirty three year old marketing executive that went missing as she walked home from a friend's house in south London on the third of March Syria Shockley London

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"british police" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:41 min | 9 months ago

"british police" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Babette's family plans to sue The U. S. Capitol police and the officer who shot her. You know, we still don't know who the police officer is because the left isn't demanding it so therefore it doesn't matter. Capital rioter Ashley Babette's family plans to sue the U. S. Capitol police and yet to be named police officer who fatally shot her during the riot on January 6th, according to an attorney. Representing the family. Babbitt, draped in the then President Donald Trump's campaign flag, was shot and killed as she tried to climb through a smashed window and the House of Representatives speaker's lobby. A 35 year old Californian was a veteran of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. She traveled to D. C to participate in a large pro trump demonstration branded stopped the steel on the day, Joe Biden was to be officially certified as president elect based on electoral votes. The officer who killed that It has never been publicly identified and was not charged with a crime after the justice to a Justice Department review, But attorney Terry Roberts told Zang ER news. He knows the name of the police officer, according to Newsweek. What it looks like is this guy shot this lady for no legitimate law enforcement purpose, and you know they ought to be pretty ashamed of that, the attorney, Robert said. It's a free country live in a free country like ours. It's very strange and odd. That they wouldn't identify the officer or even provide some details, explaining why he had to kill her. You would probably expect this kind of thing to happen in Russia. He said. If she committed any crime going through the window and into the speaker's lobby, it would have been trespassed some misdemeanor crime. I've talked about this many times have apparently her crime was trespassing, and she was shot and killed for it. And, of course, the news media and the Democrats. But I repeat myself are all fine with this. They see this is entirely kosher. Allow a rookie cop would have done is arrest her, said the attorney, and he had plenty of other officers here to assist with the arrest. That would seem to be true. Looking at the video, and I've looked at the video very carefully as I'm sure many of you have, as as well, Um you know it is. It's pretty. It's pretty wacky out there on Ben. There's the Southern story from Roll call. Capitol Hill publication. Roll Call Capitol police.

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UK arrests over 100 in protests against policing bill

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

UK arrests over 100 in protests against policing bill

"British British police police say say that that hundred hundred seven seven people people were were arrested arrested in in London London during during demonstrations demonstrations against against government government plans plans to to increase increase police police powers powers thousands thousands marched marched in in towns towns and and cities cities across across the the country country on on Saturday Saturday to to protest protest the the police police crime crime sentencing sentencing and and courts courts bill bill defying defying coronavirus coronavirus restrictions restrictions police police said said the the kill kill the the bill bill protests protests were were mostly mostly peaceful peaceful and and most most of of those those taking taking part part observed observed social social distancing distancing this this at at a a small small number number of of people people were were intent intent on on causing causing disruptions disruptions they they said said that that those those arrested arrested committed committed alleged alleged offenses offenses including including violent violent disorder disorder assaulting assaulting police police officers officers and and breaches breaches of of corona corona rise rise against against nation nation the the police police said said ten ten officers officers had had been been injured injured though though none none of of the the injuries injuries was was believed believed to to be be serious serious there there is is shockingly shockingly London London

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London police officer convicted of neo-Nazi group membership

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

London police officer convicted of neo-Nazi group membership

"Rookie London police officer has been found guilty of belonging to a banned neo **** organization the first time a British police officer has been convicted of membership of an outlaw far rights group after more than thirty two hours of deliberations the jury at the city's Old Bailey court found Benjamin hunt I'm twenty two years old guilty of being a member of the extremist group national action hi I'm also was convicted of lying on his application and vetting forms to to join London's Metropolitan Police and of possessing terror related documents detailing knife combat and the making of explosive devices hi number was granted bail ahead of his sentencing on the twenty third of April but was warned by the judge that he faced jail very shortly London

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Sarah Everard Killing: British Police Officer Charged With Murder

AP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Sarah Everard Killing: British Police Officer Charged With Murder

"Officer accused of the kidnap and murder of a woman in London has appeared in court for the first time. When cousins is charged with kidnapping and killing 33 year old Sarah Everard, who went missing while walking home from a friend's apartment in South London when the evening off March the third. The case has sparked a national outcry, and the Metropolitan Police has expressed anger and shock. The one of his own was arrested for the crime. The force of Cousins join its ranks in 2000 and 18 and most recently served in the Parliamentary and diplomatic Protection Command on armed unit responsible for guarding London embassies and parliament. Very

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UK policeman charged with woman's murder appears in court

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

UK policeman charged with woman's murder appears in court

"A serving British police officer accused of the kidnap and murder of a woman in London has appeared in court for the first time when cousins is charged with kidnapping and killing thirty three year old Sarah Everard who went missing it while walking home from a friend's apartment in south London on the evening of March the third the case has sparked a national outcry and the Metropolitan Police has expressed anger and shock the one of his own was arrested for the crime the force had cousins to join its ranks in two thousand and eighteen and most recently served in the parliamentary and diplomatic protection compound an armed unit responsible for guarding London embassies and parliament there is shockingly London

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"british police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"british police" Discussed on WTOP

"In as we head into this Wednesday together any more efforts to take an area near the White House are now stopped why added security this morning while protesters intend apparently to take down another DC statue we hear protesters were greeted at black lives matter plaza by police who push them away from Lafayette park where fencing went back up to keep demonstrators out once again but there's something brewing elsewhere more people a rally at Lincoln Park is calling for the removal of a statue of Abraham Lincoln standing over a freed slave and the tentative plan is to return tomorrow night to tear down following the DC protest can Duffy WTOP news DC delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton promising action to bring down the statue of Abraham Lincoln the DC delegate introducing a bill to remove the emancipation statue in Lincoln Park which depicts president Lincoln standing of a slave kneeling Norton says the statue fails to note in anyway how enslaved African Americans pushed them for their own emancipation former slaves led the effort many years ago to build the statue of Lincoln which was placed in the park way back in eighteen seventy six he'll be used I'm now three oh four we're learning more now about what happened this week when protesters tried to pull down the statue of president Andrew Jackson which has stood in Lafayette park since eighteen fifty three he sees police chief Peter Newsham sat down exclusively with WTOP's on making glory U. S. park police say a group of three hundred protesters took down sections of chain link fencing surrounding the Andrew Jackson statue in Lafayette square and quote attacked it with hammers chisels and acid while attempting to bring it down with chains we can disagree with what a statute or a piece of property represents but we have to take lawful measures to have those things removed DC police chief Peter Newsham tells WTOP his officers responded to U. S. park police calls for assistance on federal land and were able to stop the destruction of the Jackson statue but explained why his officers did not step in Friday night in judiciary square that's when a group pulled down and burned a statue of Confederate general and Mason Albert pike the tactical decision was made that the crowd had become so aggressive that it would have been dangerous to send police officers into the crowd Meghan clarity WTOP news and another Confederate name will be removed from a local school the Fairfax county school board voting unanimously to change the name of Robert E. Lee high school in Springfield federate baddies are once do not align with our community board vice chair Tamera Colfax I have seen the pain and the hurt that these names inflicted on friends and colleagues and community members superintendent Scott Bray brand is recommending six replacement names to consider Cesar Chavez John Lewis Mildred loving Barack Obama legacy and central Springfield but the school board can't choose a name that's not on that short list a community meeting will be held July fifteenth a public hearing July twenty second and a final vote by the school board on July twenty third Michelle Basch WTOP news Virginia will take the next step now forward and it's re opening process in a little over a week governor Ralph Northam says that Virginia can now be interface three of re opening beginning next.

"british police" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"british police" Discussed on AP News

"British police are exploring an unusual case how come a former prime ministers bodyguard left his gun in a plane restroom so far there's not much to go on British tabloid the Daily Mail reporting the weapon was found on a trans Atlantic flight and handed over the flight attendants another paper the some ads possibles belonging to former prime minister David Cameron and his bodyguard also found police say that taking this matter very seriously the officer involved not removed from operational duties as a former prime minister common is entitled security provided by a specialist police unit Charles de Ledesma on the

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"british police" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"british police" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"British police ordered the evacuation of a town of sixty five hundred residents in northwest England over fears that a dam could collapse opposite police force says residents of the town near the nineteenth century top progressive why should leave their homes because of a significant threat to life a dom will let the rest of what has been damaged by days of heavy rain the schools floods across northern England the authorities are urging residents to leave their homes and head for a local school please note the evacuation will have a significant impact on the community they say this is not unprecedented fast moving images see situation Charles of it as well London Saudi Arabia published new laws early Friday that loosen restrictions on women by allowing any citizen to apply for a passport and travel freely ending a long standing guardianship policy that gave men control for women breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com the federal government is touting real roads installation of technology that it hopes will prevent deadly train crashes federal railway officials say the railroad industry has installed safety technology are nearly ninety percent of tracks where it's required but significant work is still needed to ensure the technology is completely installed by December twenty twenty deadline the federal railroad administration she says the technology known as positive train control our PTC is an operational more than fifty thousand route miles of the nearly fifty eight thousand route miles where it's required Keith Peters Washington Katy Perry her collaborators and her record label must pay two point seven eight million dollars because the pop stars two thousand thirteen hit dark course copy to a copy that is a Christian rap song the jury award the money to Marcus gray and his two co writers on.

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"british police" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"They've seen more British police own the steps of the Ecuadorian embassy. And so we had wondered whether something like this was going to happen in the end it happened. Pretty clearly the Ecuador's embassy fed up with him. They said that he had find agent some of the terms of his conditions of living in the Ecuadorian embassy. Okay. This is a Sanchez big fear though. Okay. The charges over their head in outstanding rape charge that had come from Sweden. A lot of people. Let it experts say that that was really nothing that was just to get them. But it's the espionage pars from the US for how he got. And then published top secret stuff, but it turned out to be the truth. That's the problem. Well, yeah. But where did he get it from right? And he just kept on any would release it like in bulk. Right. But it was it was a lot of stuff that he he released. So he's wanted in Britain, by the way because Sweden wanted him for that a rape trial that charge. He went to British officials turned himself in they released him on bail. Then he skipped the country. So that's why Britain wants. Wow. Well, we'll see everybody. Yeah. Absolutely. I don't know. He didn't look like he was in really good shape when they hold them away. He looked like see through the guys pale already, but home. My God is pretty look pretty sickly to. All right. What's a better news? Please semester. -taining news coming upon the Easter season Easter Passover, right? I would've probably done with this lady did to be on this with you know, you wouldn't have I would have laughed. Tis the time of year would put out possibly your Easter displays bright that usually a bunny. Maybe a basket some tulips. That's all that, you know. Well, it did in New Jersey decided it put out his own Easter bunny display. What is it with the dentists of this world that could be a little different? Sometimes I'm going to the dentist today. Careful. Okay. You went the other day going next week. That's right. Well, we got a dentist in believe. It's Clifton New Jersey here who decided to put on a display here. But these bunnies. Yeah. These were just a little bit different here. You know, we got this from member of the guy in Texas. His neighbor turned him in right for have an offense that was too high. So he he took a chain. It was fence made it the size. It was supposed to be according to his neighbor. And then put a whole bunch of nude people mannequins lounging on chairs in the backyard. That's where this guy got this. From news was all over it. In New Jersey and a local dentist is getting a lot of attention because he's deciding to celebrate Easter with a few mannequins who are dressed in only lingerie bunny ears. And of course, the fishnet stockings. While the Riester bunnies. That. To try to get some laughs. Well, apparently the neighbor across the street as a laughing and while the team the crew was there that she comes over and start hacking their heads off people want it down some people think it's the loud. He's allowed to do this. What are you doing this? Airbrush over a little aggressive, though, should probably be arrested for that. Wow. Good more headlines for you. Coming up next big space day big space big things going on including here in Florida. Couple of minutes away. He'd be here next. These south.

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"british police" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"G phones, transmitted voice and data digitally subsequent generations three g in two thousand and four G and twenty ten may technical improvements said broad data rates up from two hundred kilobits per second to hundreds of megabits per second. Now with twenty twenty fast approaching five G is expected to transmit one gigabit per second. And perhaps as many as ten gigabits per second. What does it all mean? Is it safe? An associate professor of environmental. Studies will be here in the first half of coast to coast AM to discuss. In our hours three and four a retired British police officer who retired in fact to pursue his interest in uncovering the truth about UFO's. We'll talk about among other things his police reporting sightings of UFO's database. Perhaps the most credible of all witnesses policemen and women reporting UFO sightings, he'll also discuss. His new investigation into the rental Shem forest UFO incident and his new documentary on this subject capable green. Welcome to the audio imaginarium come on in weary traveler, hang your cloak on a peg grab a stool and come warm yourself by the fire. There are stories to be told and you are among friends. I'm Richard Sarah this coast to coast AM, why don't you stay awhile?.

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"british police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Contrast to g phones, transmitted voice and data digitally subsequent generations three g in two thousand and four g in two thousand ten may technical improvements said broad data rates up from two hundred kilobits per second to hundreds of megabits per second. Now with twenty twenty fast approaching five G is expected to transmit one gigabit per second. And perhaps as many as ten gigabits per second. What does it all mean is it safe and associate professor of environmental studies will be here in the first half of coast to coast AM to discuss. And hours three and four a retired British police officer who retired in fact to pursue his interest in uncovering the truth about UFO's. We'll talk about among other things his police reporting sightings of you have OTs database. Perhaps the most credible of all witnesses policemen and women reporting UFO sightings, he'll also discuss his new investigation into the rental Shem forest UFO incident and his new documentary on this subject capable green. Welcome to the audio imaginarium come on in weary, traveler, hang your cloak on a pack. Grab a store and come warm yourself by the fire. There are stories to be told and you are among friends. I'm Richard Sarit. This is coast to coast AM. Why don't you stay awhile? When.

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"british police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

16:00 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Retired British police detective, the editor of UFO truth magazine, and the founder of proof Ohs police reporting UFO sightings database, and I'm wondering Gary is there any evidence or do you suspect that there is in a police handbook some sort of a protocol for how police are to handle UFO sightings? I think the answer is. Yes, I'm no which makes it sound a bit strange, but historically, what used to happen news member with public ran into a police station and the big treated seriously by whoever police wise, call then they will ask to complete a form that was then in the days of old telexed FOX too. Good ministry defendants in London. So then to decide whether they will do any follow up inquiries, which was invariably. No, they didn't it was very much. Just a that's probably a lot like project. Blue book was really just a public office. We wanted to people in and it was just a front for more serious investigations. Please for season two thousand nine I alerted to the fact that the MLD it's so them Louis camisoles closed US, lower silicate existed for all the fifty years, they closed it suddenly without any warning saying that it was on the grounds of Cusco tin. There was only one person in Austin said fifty thousand pounds, but he was ironic because in two thousand nine b there was a big increase in science. And I think the real reason is, but for a long time the ministry of defence wanted to they were getting bogged down in freedom in the nation actre- quests on US soil material and went really against the freedom of information act was they thought they were gonna get requests about the army, the, eccentric, etc. But they were getting bogged down in a big. Increase in whole relented material. So I think that's why they pull the plug guessing what the cost in excuse was just an excuse. So now the two thousand nine there is no facility. No set procedure for police five please falsehoods in the UK as far as I'm aware. I want to do if a member of the public or indeed a police officer society, which is a pretty crazy situation. And when the police the NFL decided to hold the desk, I come back to replace false and got me into trouble because my own chief constable. Basically got wind and I sent him a copy saying, all please sauces. You must be aware of this because you are still gonna get US holder thoughts from the historically most region. Larry's in Britain called counted. So many reports that's not gonna stop just because the ministry of defence of closest fast. What are you going to do? And I go really good response within two weeks. I was mad the single point of contact to counties. Another twenty four said, thank you very much. We'll bring my super nice next strategy meetings. And then suddenly my chief comes to believe instructed my chiefs in superintendent to begin disciplinary proceedings against me for bringing the false into disrepute. Just because I'd written a private letter clearly state, and I was acting in a private space. But I did the best you aware of. This force was well aware of my to the team with the best from two thousand and two. But nevertheless, you big organization and I was subjected to year investigation, which I was ended up getting a written warning just because I wrote to demo day. And told me the writing was on the wall really say if a big organization wants to identify you as a problem, they can make life very difficult, and I'm sure people out there. Whether it be health service and things like that fire service things like this happen. You can't beat the big v. And so in the end, I had to say, well, I didn't enjoy my chief constable that I was going to do this until I. Molested twelve to the ministry of defence, no place. And so because of that I was given a twelve month written morning, but during that year long process takes forever at my job was on the line for a time until ready. Classification of misconduct. Wasn't the news was a level two misconduct, which means you couldn't get signed. But I mean, all right and the private lesser, I could've imagined. But if I chained myself naked to the railings outside the houses of parliament shouting on the only to the US was unreal. And and see it. Grounds to do that. But that's all I did right to lesson to all the different regional county. Police forces say that I was off to say how did the best? And I want to just let you know that you can have to make provision that people when they contact you. But that's the story. And that was one of the reasons why I decided to leave early because I thought that if they want problem they they will make find a way to do. So either close encounter reports on the database where a police officer has been not just as a sighting, but I don't know an abduction or some sort of contact only they're only a couple. There is one very famous cash is vessels Allen Doug Frey, who is that who was a West Yorkshire police officer around ten years after retired on the ill health. But basically he had a sighting in nineteen eighteen November nineteen eighty just before the rental shin incidents, and he was had that now H regarded as Britain's first documented abduction cash, so he's he's got a place in history. And basically could along studies show he was driving these please. Early hours of the morning. On a on a in a town called? And basically he saw a useful walking the road. He was literally filling the Lord couldn't drive pass. So you have to stop stop within fifty meters. Also, be subject that was spinning had like that just like kind of diamond shit. The Boston half was rotating clockwise putting along study show. Not so missing time. Well, this is nineteen eighteen she's just at the advent of comedian well before the X files, and in a very different world from what we now fish what people are well accustomed to the stories valley now Dixon. This was a classic case of missing time. He found himself beating Goldstien why why she found himself on some kind of a room with small creatures objects put in some equipment on these legs. He led down on some kind of a bad, and they were putting equipments on his legs. And he cried them they mind, but she's nineteen lump peds. Both had big is which is now what we would dissociate with small graphics. He was led to hypnotize by two professors at Manchester university, and there were four sessions set every three months over a year periods at three of those video recorded the videos have never been released in full, although I have seen them and they're amazing. And if he's alive. I don't think he's lying. It's all very very famous catch. And like I say historically Britain's I recalled it. Well, we called it that picture, and he was a uniformed police officer. And when he went public, which he never really meant to do. But the press get hold of it and one thing escalates. Suddenly found himself in the spotlight, and he was being interviewed by film, crews all of the wealth. He's got a very negative effect on his life his marriage drink. One point to the brink of suicide because he's moving ridiculing his children being ridiculed. Probably if you ask me now. A good friend when I research and started. If you ask me now, you probably wish not happen because you know. Very few people are expected to deal with some McClair will media spotlight and kept probably. Neg- negative connotations from. Do British police cars are they required to have dashboard cameras on board. Only the traffic has although it is changing now bear in mind. I left in two thousand fifteen but what you do see now. And I've got several friends. They're still serve it. They now wear regularly. What had comes which is new technology in some usually on had comes or shoulder comes. And so I think the days of being alone and not being filmed as it were in a scene. Now, if you USO experience now, providing the cameras on, and I don't know what the legal ruling is whether he has to be on. They were they just activated when they choose to. But if he was on certainly now most calves and most offices would be in a position to recall, what was going on which obviously beneficial to any kind of incident. Wessel, crime wise, and and are you aware of any such video footage a dashboard or or head camera footage existing of UFO's not? Well, yes, I have a the video from two thousand three that I know Yorkshire police officer posted from traffic now tropic, how are those roads and stuff people? So speeding and they just drive. Those kind of things there is a great little piece of footage. The footage itself is not Greg shows the place we the forward facing camera goes around the corner rural locations and on a hillside. He sees what? Sometimes just a single bright white lights flickering mad. She say light slows down. And then the objects might just fades away depends both the actual office any accurate. Stanton said it wasn't one line. That's just the way the camera took because the quality the camera. You said it was a collection of small white spheres, which people often see posters this white spheres that can together on a hillside. So completely different thing. Go we do have is a very good cash. A recent from two thousand sixteen but I've researched at from an area called center in South Wales. And and basically that was the police helicopter when they had their flip camera that forward the infrared camera looking forward, and they captured an object moving against the wind. He's not anything like a plane outlined or no. Warning lights or anything. No transponders, and they recalled this for eight minutes, not Chesa punish footage, and it's very good footage. But the have come down. I know who the spot to was on board. They've denied access to be officer interview. They tried to obstruct me along the way they did give me a video. But without any kind of. Information. It's all been blocked off. However, I have some contact to form a police helicopter spotters, and they will able to retrieve data to show exactly where it was plot maps things like that. And it's a very good piece of they detract the national media at the time now national newspapers and there's been several salaries outlet into that. And I think the most. The police in the United States where some flip. Teach Tekken by American police officers. There are many cases now west slows so come two thousand four Mexico sightings where we've got piece footage of eleven or twelve jets moving through cloud at such a that's what it looks like it's in black and white infrared. And I I certainly believe that in the infrared. Vision objects flying around. Why not? Where we're heading into a break here shortly when we come back I want to get into your your new documentary. But I've oh, but just a very quick question. Any thoughts to expanding the database to include North America, continental Europe? People ask me not in the past. And I'm I've been writing the police book about inside for about two years, but I've had to put on by the by burn sixty percent. Because of the development to the Reynolds from documentary capable green which life gets in the west sometimes, so we'll get doing the content of chop about worldwide sightings of police officers and we've been doing the magazine. It's time to do that really. And to your knowledge are there other databases around the around the world? Focusing exclusively on British eyewitness sightings. Sorry. I. I am aware of websites in the United States Canada. Wrapping we called some sightings not. Country. They just played a lot of my reports on from America from Brazil, any country weather, stay in place. But nothing specifically like, my it could be replicated anyways. All right. When we come back. We will talk about capable green, which is really in large measure, the Larry Warren story, and Gary Heseltine retired British police detective, the editor of UFO truth magazine, is with us will also opened up the phone lines and take questions and comments queenie lions trainee taking us into the break on coast to coast AM, one of.

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"british police" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:13 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Retired British police detective, the editor of UFO truth magazine, and the founder of proof owes police reporting UFO sightings database, and I'm wondering Gary is there any evidence or do you suspect that there is in police handbook some sort of a protocol for how police are to handle UFO sightings? I think the answer is. Yes, some no which makes it sound a bit strange, historically, what used to happen news members of the public running into a police station, and the they it seriously by whoever police wise, call then they will to complete a form that was in the days of old telexed faxed to good ministry defense in London. So then to decide whether they would do any follow inquiries, which was invariably. No, they didn't it was very much just a fr- from. That's probably a lot like project glue book was really just a public office. So we wanted to people in and it was just a front for more serious. Let's please full season two thousand nine I alerted to the fact that the MLD sudenly Thomas old closed its US floriculture still take existed for all the fifty years, and they closed it suddenly without anyone warning saying that it was on the grounds of Cusco, Tim. There was only one person in the office. Nice say fifty thousand pounds, but it was ironic because in two thousand nine there was a big increase in science, and I think the real reasons but for a long time, but then through defense wanted to they were getting bogged down in freedom information requests on US, all material. It went really against will be freedom of information act was they thought they were going to get requests about the army, the navy, etc. Etc. But they were getting bogged down in a big increase in you whole relented. Material. So I think that's why they pull the plug. I think what. The cost in excuse was just that an excuse. So now, I have two two thousand nine there is no facility. No set for CJ. For police five losses in the UK. As far as I'm aware. I want to do if a member of the public or indeed of society, which is a pretty frigid situation. And when the police the decided to hold the desk, I come to replace false, and he got me into trouble because my own chief constable. Basically got wind and I sent him a copy saying all police forces. You must be aware of this because you are still going to get US holder thoughts from the historically most region. Larry is in Britain called counties. Get so many reports that's not gonna stop just because the ministry of defence of closest that's what are you gonna do. And I got really good response within two weeks. I was mad. The single point of contact to is another twenty four said, thank you very much. We'll bring the super nice next strategy meetings. And then suddenly my chief comes to believe destructed my chiefs in superintendent to begin disciplinary proceedings against me for bringing the false into disrepute just because I'd written prize at you clearly state, and I was at the private estate. How did that best you aware of this? My force was well aware of my to the team with the best from two thousand and two. But nevertheless, you time to beat the big organization, and I was subjected to a year investigation, which I was ended up getting a written warning just because I wrote to demo day and told me that the writing on the wall really say, it's a big organization wants to identify you as a problem, they can make life, very difficult. And I'm sure people out there. Whether it be health service and things like that fire service things like this happen. You can't beat the big v. And so in the end, I have to say, well, I didn't employ my chief constable that I was going to do this until I tend to to the ministry of defence no place says and so because of that I was given a twelve month morning during the year long process. Takes forever at my job was on the line for a time until ready fi classification of misconduct wasn't used was a level two misconduct. Which means you couldn't get. But I mean also writing a private letter I could have imagined. But if I chained myself naked to the railings outside the houses of parliament shouting on me to the US and ET's here drowns to do that. But that's all I get right to left to all the different regional county. Police sources say that I was off to say I had the best. And I want to just let you know that you can have precisions people when they come you. But that's the story. And that was one of the reasons why I decided to leave early because I thought that if they want. They they will make find a way to do. So either close encounter reports on the database where a police officer has been not just as a sighting, but I don't know an abduction or some sort of contact there. Are only a couple. There is one very famous cash, and it is that's of Allen dogs. Great. Who is who was a West Yorkshire police officer around ten years after retire on the ill health. But basically he had a sighting in nineteen eighteen November nineteen eighty just for the rental Renton incident, and he was had now h regarded as Britain's first documented abduction cash, so it's he's got a place in history. And basically couldn't along studies show he was driving these please early hours of the morning on a on a a in a town called. And basically you saw US for walking the the world literally filling the road. You couldn't drive. Got to stop. He stopped VIN. Fifty is also on subject that was spinning. Had like that just like kinda diamond shit. Like, the Boston half was rotating clockwise cutting long studies show, you got some missing time is nineteen eighteen this is just the advent of the median well before the X files, and in a very different world from what we now fish where people are well accustomed to the stories daily. This was a classic case of missing time. He found himself goski why why she found himself on some kind of a room with small creatures objects. Putting some equipment on these legs led down on some kind of a bad, and they were putting equipment on these lakes and Haiti sky them they mind nineteen lump peds both had big is which is now what we would dissociate with small cetera. He was later hypnotize. By two professors at Manchester university, and there were four sessions set every three months over a year periods. Three of those video ecology videos have never been released in full, although I have seen them and they're amazing. And if he's alive. I don't think he's lying atoll and very very famous cats. And like I say historically Britain's I recall it well recorded. And he was a uniform place. I'll say when he went public Ritchie never really meant. But the press get hold of it and one thing escalates. Suddenly found himself in the spotlight, and he was being interviewed by film, crews all of the world he's got a very negative effect on his life his marriage drink in one point to the brink of suicide because he's moving ridiculing children being ridiculed. Probably if you ask me now. Good friend when I researched and story. If you ask me now, you probably wish not happen because you know. Very few people. Expected to deal with something. Will maybe a spotlight, and it got probably neg- negative connotations from. Do do British police cars are they required to have dashboard cameras on board. Only the traffic has although it is changing now bear in mind. I left in two thousand thirteen but what you do see now. 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"british police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

19:02 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"With over twenty two years service and in two thousand and two he founded the proof owes police reporting UFO sightings database, which caters to serving and retired British police UFO citing reports in sixteen years of research. He has now amassed over four hundred and twenty-five cases involving over nine hundred British police officers. Gary was the former editor of the online publication UFO monthly dot com. As well as the former co editor of UFO data magazine in Washington DC in two thousand ten he was awarded the disclosure award by Steve Bassett's PR G group. He is now working on a film about Britain's most famous UFO case the Reynolds from forest incident in December nineteen eighty Gary Heseltine, welcome to coast to coast AM. How are you? I'm fine. Richard have him as a guest. My pleasure. Thanks for getting up so early. Now, my word, you you really put it all on the line. You had a quite a career as a police detective. And I mean, did you take early retirement to pursue your interest in UFO's or were you pretty much done with the service? No, no, I could have gone on for another six years. But. Two thousand fifteen I only twenty four years in the police nineteen years is a detective. And by that time, I felt so compelled to move into the US Holyfield full-time. I took a leap affects shall we say. Now that I'm religious Lisa. Lisa say by by my wife fund. We made the decision. Yeah. Let's girlfriend. I created an online magazine. Please call your folks magazine was ninety six pages and features many of its researching Stanton freeze which doll in the volunteered. Steve Buckley because every two months. We've done. Two thousand fifteen hundred dollars shoes and the next issues out at the end of February. I don't want to belabor the point. But by leaving early. Did you take a hit on your pension? Yes. I mean, I was. The average of the usual led to the whole time. Please. What's called thirteen years? Pension now, I have just three months shelter. Plenty full years. However because I'd says six years in the Royal last is a police officer. I was able to effectively by a number of years and transferred my pension, so in the pension pot tired just on the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big a hit. Certainly I I did leave some money. That's just follow. My passion. When you started this database. How did you get the word out to your your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was I was very lucky, and I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that this been many strange coincidences would that. I never heard of until I got into the field was the word synchronicity. But I'm sure it's a common word that people use all the time in this field. And certainly told me there were many synchronicity the I now look back and think that's more than a coincidence. Could in a long story short where I worked in a big city called leads. Britain's biggest city believe it or not the editor of printed magazine called the US all magazine, the editor of a guy called Graham birds who who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the edge. I think forty nine tragic loss of rich shoe fellowship. He's office believe it or not could've been anywhere in the, but it was eleven miles away from where I live. So that was just too good enough in the two years before he died, which was two thousand September two thousand and three I got to know him. I started calling in and basically I originally contacted in over a US wellspring play that I delivered one Sunday afternoon. When the office was close about staff, you Dallas. I'm I over time. I got to knowing pretty well in not last two years of his life. And when I idea for the best he was somebody. I could approach and say look how about this idea to create a database for British. Would you let me publish in your magazine? Now at that time. I never published anything anybody thing. Anyway. So this is a massive braille like. Publication that you go into any big news agency that is Michelle. So he liked the idea immediately because he might be idea that I was still serving detective. He saw I've been credibility to the subject is in a sense. Why I became involved in the first place to try to bring some of my background to the credibility. I'm go to. So he said, yeah. Okay. He's a right. Your article show in January two thousand two I will at my very first is plenty way, publish them. That was a massive thrillingly still a highlights one of my island four hundred and twenty-five cases over four hundred and twenty-five cases in in six gonna I'm gonna shoot you messengers the research. Yeah. I sent you a new bio and because those guys are out today. The code talk is over five hundred and fifty caches who went back to nineteen hundred one believe it or not. Evolving over one thousand one hundred British police officers, so a significant change the nine hundred, but you mentioned, but never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the under-reporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Oh, absolutely. And the the two biggest reasons why please self already shallow say professional. Passion will live doesn't come forward. Is that is one to see risk evacuated? Do and to the ridicule of factors that is attached to this subject, obviously caused by the Robertson panel decision in fifty three. Those are the prime reasons over the years is doing research, a lot new allies architect doctors. Oh, tell me on also all say, I could never go public with this because it would affect my practice. At my business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what mendaciously well from the king side of things who does what? Members. Well, as less, the terrible stigma on genuine people who I've seen things and genuinely want to report them. Men were faced with this ridicule factor that should have never been me start place. But it's now become old to say this certainly in the United States your Petra and detrimental effect. You know, when we when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for country of sixty five million. It's not a lot. Pretty please. That's basically, the only that's the best in the world. Any country that that does? Sightings and accounts. And I'm like in America the size of America. It's the tip of an iceberg. And I know of many American. But I would think given the population that must be thousand cases out there, but it's never been done with Jewish Sam because we the idea that at least database. Every country would be good like it would be a great of a pilot database. Military citing their best record saying. And I think he's we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite. The last sixty years is seventy as we said, well, what if we do that people say those initiatives in needs to those areas to establish them. We'd be on proven to the world. You really need is. Yes. The debunk the skeptics say, well, we make too much of this. This claim that the police and airline pilots are are trained observers disabuse disabuse the skeptics and the bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with that. I am the challenge with all special reporting before. Flew Bluebells, especially fourteen which feeds the research too. I think fifty fifty five basically said that the higher the quality of the repulsive, I either. The best qualified witness, especially like pilots, the more. The report was people infallible. Yes, it cost. They are both you know pilots for me. I've always been my favorite is on this subject because with all the millions of dollars the pound spent on that flight training, if they don't know what they're looking at especially if it's multiple pilots, which is often the case. And then that is something wrong, especially if it's concerned on ground dead. Now, please I am not as high as the I don't think, however, they do have a way of reporting things and not best certainly Britain. Which is obviously what I can talk about. You are taught to go to anything and essentially begin to I'm alive, right? You see or in a chronological logical way you do that. Because he's written up for caught your statement, people don't write their own standards and England's police obsessed questions they get out. They right now. Species any ulcerations emissions or whatever to get it. Right. Blackie signed off. So it's doing a set and structured way for this call system, I'm police officers know, some they know that when I go to any time to say, and I would say whether the US for anything in the back of their mind and making a mental note to the time mental no less surrounded when day, right? Gotta council will be much more detail than the average member of the public. So I totally agree with the skeptic notion. And this notion only gets time because in a sense the media the mainstream media. Give them the opportunity to do. So that's again, though legacy is the Robertson tunnel. We would with any form of media people subject. So if we really didn't have that all of these as he would have been found different world. And so that's really where the scepter gets the opportunity to make these ludicrous claims that actually a rarely challenged by mainstream commentators simply because the mainstream. I'm I'm I'm woman doesn't have the necessary knowledge of UFO's and facts and figures and history, so actually become the referee to say, well, actually, make sense because of the battalion, blah, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think this will turn in time as we move closer to a genuine acknowledgement that UT's. With over five hundred cases is there is there one that still leaves you to steal a British expression gobsmacked. This is there's many cases I mean, we're talking these are not just single officers. I think the last counts about sixty eight percent of all those five hundred fifty catches. I'm multiple police witness catches. I know there are many cases, which is two five six eight. It won't case is twenty four officers involved. Many looking at objects from different geographical position and tracking it over vast distances. So I have a personal favorite belong to a policeman a uniformed policemen called every story the Thai sometimes, quote when I must've favor, and basically this happened. I think nineteen Seventy-nine these rural area and. Probably about sixty miles away from central London a rural area, and he's pops up with two of the vehicles. I'm two of the police officer so badly three please. Three police officers, and they do they do at three in the morning. I'm just having a child and then suddenly on the arising a long way, they see a slush. They look pretty saw brace don't pay attention to carry. I'm talking then about five minutes later. And this is always the thing that if you can imagine this your head objective, certainly appears in front of them that's an altitude of only five hundred feet about five hundred seats away from them. So therefore, you know, rural sexy is extremely close. And this the size of football fields and eighty scanning the terrain we the beam of light moving left to right now. The key thing with issues. They don't see objects approach. There's no noise whatsoever. It's a massive platform object. Just. Like switching on a light bulb. Now. Can you imagine that you very? Stephon talking to Adnan, civilly lightbulbs huge object. The size of football fields is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody's talking one of them thinks should I respond. No. I don't think I should because you can really feel. I I may watch the subject for several minutes terrain total silence. Very very close to that position. Now, what's even more? Eric says there was around six mall or objects flying around the lodge object to move movie type of scenario. Basically, they watch the subject in federalists as you would be. And then suddenly like a light bulb. Gum. Totally gone Alaskan. Right. Oh, no nice just disappeared. And I think the do restrooms about four minutes. So in those circumstances. I I always think I can kind of you know, with special effects. Now, you see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen now. It'd be subjects certainly huge. Very closely after I'm there. I think that's always been probably my favorite guests to me. What makes? Police eyewitness accounts so compelling so credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great peril to their careers. And Secondly, you imagine at the end of the shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork. I'm guessing. Well, you would you would think that it's the police force dealt with the subject seriously, historically, certainly in England Scotland Wales the every small town village had a little police station with a number of police officers, and this was long before the big PlayStation two regional police station. Those types of small police stations have gone totally different world. Now it sorry. I gotta jump in here. Excuse the interruption. We'll take a quick time out. Come back and continue to delve into proof owes police reporting UFO sightings database with Gary Heseltine right here on coast to coast AM find out more about tonight's guest. Log on to coast to coast AM dot com. This hour on ninety three WIBC is.

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"british police" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

15:57 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The world Stanton freeze. Buses and because every two months. Since two thousand fifteen thirty polish shoes and the next issue out at the end of February. I don't want to belabor the point. But by leaving early. Did you take a hit on your pension? Yes. I mean, I was. The average of the usual the Fulton. Please is what's called thirteen years. Maximum pension. Now, I had just three months shelter. Plenty full years. However, because I served six years in the ROY laugh officers a police officer, I was able to effectively by a number of years and transfer my pension so in the pension tired just from the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big a hit. But certainly, yes, I I did lose some money. That's just follow my passion when you started this database. How did you get the word out to your your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was I was very lucky, and I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that. There's been many strange coincidence is a word that I have never heard of till I got into the field was the word synchronicity. But I'm sure it's a common word people use all the time in his field. I'm certainly saw me. There were many synchronised is I now. Nickel. Incidence. Couldn't long story short. Where I worked was in a big city called leads. I think Britain's biggest city believe it all know, the editor of printed magazine called the US all magazine, the editor of a guy called Graham burchell who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the edge. I think forty nine on a tragic loss rich. He's office believe it could be anywhere in the u k, but it was eleven miles away from where? So that was just too good enough. In the two years before he died, which was two thousand September two thousand and three. I got to know calling in and basically either regionally contacted in over a US wellspring screenplay delivered one Sunday afternoon when the officers close about staff ala friendship, I over time I got to know him pretty well, not last two years of his life. And when I idea for the first place database, he was somebody. I could approach and say look how 'bout decided to create a dance bashful. British reports would you let me publish in your magazine. Now at that time, I never published anything in any magazine. Anyway. So this is a massive fail to be in a publication that you can go into any big news agency that Michelle so. He liked the idea immediately because he liked the idea that I was still serving detectives he saw credibility to subject dot is in a sense. Why I became involved in the first place to try to bring something of my background the credibility ongo. So he said yet. Okay. He's write your article show in January two thousand and two. I wrote my very first article anyway, and it was published and that was a massive thrill any still highlights. Four hundred and twenty-five cases over four hundred and twenty-five cases in in six years. I'm gonna I'm gonna shoot you messengers the research. I sent you a new bio and because those figures are out of debt. Tarpley's over five hundred and fifty is going back to nineteen hundred one believe it or not all. The one thousand one hundred British police officers, so significant change the nine hundred you mentioned never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the under-reporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Oh, absolutely. And the the two biggest reasons why police officers already shallow said professional fashion worldwide doesn't come with this issue to see risks decorators. I do and to the ridicule of that is attached to this subject, obviously caused by the Robertson panel decision in fifty three. Those are the prime reasons and over the years is doing research. News fantasy football is that I could take doctors. Oh, tell me on US also is all say, I could never go public with this because it would affect my practice, my business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what mendaciously well from the Don King side of things. He does what? Tremendous, well, as less terrible stigma on genuine people who are saying things and genuinely wanted to report them. Then were faced with this really cool factor that should have never been historically. And but he's now become mole to say this certainly in the United States, your pick cetera, and as a very detrimental effect. You know, when we when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for country of sixty five million. It's not a lot. Pretty false police badge. Basically only that's the best in the world. Any country that that does play scientists and accounts and like in America is the size of America. It's the tip of an iceberg. And I know of many American cases, but I would think given the population. There must be ten thousand cases out there, but it's never been done Jesus sham because the the idea that at least that's based in every country would be good like it would be a great a pilot database military, citing their best ricocheting. And I think if we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite the last sixty years or seventy as UFO research worldwide if we people. Those initiatives needs to those areas to establish them. I think we've proven to the world, but UFO's really neat is visiting which I certainly believe. The bunkers the skeptics say, well, we make too much of this. This claim that the police and airline pilots are are trained observers disabuse disabuse the skeptics and the bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with that. I recall special potent before flu blue, especially fourteen which featured the research. I think fifty four fifty five basically said that the higher the quality of the repulsive. I either the veteran qualified witness, especially like pilots, the more recall was people infallible. Yes. A cost. They are both. You know pilots for them of always been my favorite Stacy's on this subject because with all the millions of dollars a pound spent a mess like training, if they don't know what they're looking at especially if it's multiple pilots, which is often the case. Man that is something wrong especially concerned on grounds. Now police officers I am not as high as I don't think. However, they do have a way of reporting things and not it's biggest certainly in Britain. Which is obviously what I talk about are taught to go to anything and essentially begin to. I'm Elisa, right? See the chronological logical way you do that. Because it is written up for caught your statement, people don't write their own standards and England's police officers questions. I get count down. They ask you. He's any alterations emissions or whatever. To get it. Right. Signed off. So it's done in a certain way full call system and police officers know, some they know that when I go to any kind of same, and I would say whether the US for anything in the back of their mind and making a mental note to the time it a mental no less surrounded when day right now, the council will be much more detail than the average member of the public. So I totally agree with the skeptic notion. And this notion only gets time. Because in a sense the media the mainstream media. If then the opportunity to do. So again of a legacy is the Robertson tunnel. We would with any form of media subject. So we really didn't have all would have been found different world and. So that's really where the to gets the opportunity to make these ludicrous claims that actually a rarely challenged by mainstream commentators simply because the mainstream. I'm I'm I'm woman doesn't have the necessary knowledge on UFO's and facts and figures history, so actually become the referee to say, well, actually, make sense because of the battalion, blah, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think this will turn in time as we move closer to a genuine knowledge. With over five hundred cases is there is there one that still leaves you steal a British expression gobsmacked. This. There's there's many cases I mean, we're talking these are not just single officers. I think the last count about sixty eight percent of all those five of the fifty caches multiple police witness catches, I to almost there are many cases, which just two five six eight it won't cash. This twenty four officers involved. Many looking at objects from different geographical position and tracking over vast distances. So I have a personal favorite belong to at least a uniformed policemen called every Raymond, and it's a story that I sometimes quote and I'm for favor, and basically this happened. I think in nineteen seventy nine. These in a rural area and probably about sixty miles away from central London rural area, and these pops up with two vehicles and two of the police officer so Beckley three please. Three police officers, and they do it. It's three in the morning. I'm just having a shop. And then suddenly on the a long way, they see a slush. They look pretty saw brave Fidel, really. The carrier. I'm talking then about five minutes later. And this is always the thing if you can imagine this in your head. So the only appears in front of them that's an altitude of only five hundred feet about five hundred feet away from them. So therefore, you know rural. Secondly, she's extremely close and the size of football field. Scamming the to read. We the beam of light moving left to right now. The key thing with is. They don't see the object crunch. There's no noise whatsoever massive platform. The object just like switching on a light bulb. Now, can you imagine that you'll little? Little talking to wedding and Sibley. Lightbulb huge object. Besides the football field is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody's talking one thinks should I think? No. I don't think I should. Because I I may watch the subject for several minutes gumming veteran total silence very very close to that division. Now. What's even more amazing? Every says they was. Around six molar objects. Flying around the line object to move the type of scenario. They watched the subject incredulous as you would. And then suddenly like a light bulb. Totally gone the left or right. Oh, no nice disappears. And I think the duration was about four minutes. So. In those circumstances. I I always think I can kind of you know, with special effects. Now, you see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen now subjects certainly very close. Apparition? I think that's always been probably my favorite guests to me. What makes police eyewitness accounts? So compelling so credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great peril to their careers. And Secondly, you imagine at the end of the shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork. I'm guessing. Well, you would you would think that it's the police force dealt with the subject seriously. But historically, certainly in England Scotland Wales they every small town village how they little police station with a number of police officers, and this was long before the PlayStation two regional police.

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"british police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

18:18 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Or not assured of earning a prophet or avoiding a loss and declining markets. KFI AM six hundred forty more stimulating talk. Gary Heseltine is a retired British police detective with over twenty two years service and in two thousand and two he founded the proof owes police reporting UFO sightings database, which caters to serving and retired British police UFO citing reports in sixteen years of research. He has now amassed over four hundred and twenty-five cases involving over nine hundred British police officers. Gary was the former editor of the online publication UFO monthly dot com. As well as the former co editor of UFO data magazine in Washington DC in two thousand ten he was awarded the disclosure award by Steve Bassett's, P R G group. He is now working on a film about Britain's most famous UFO case the Reynolds from forest incident in December nineteen eighty Gary Heseltine, welcome to coast to coast AM how. Are you? Fine. Thank you. My pleasure. Thanks for getting up so early. Now, my word, you you really put it all on the line. You had a quite a career as a police detective. And I mean, did you take early retirement to pursue your interest in UFO's or were you pretty much done with the service? No, no, I done for another six years. But I two thousand fifteen I've done nearly twenty four years in the police nineteen years. Detectives and. By that time. I felt so compelled to move into the US Littlefield full-time. I took a leap of shall we say now that I'm religious to say by my wife, we made the decision. Yeah. Let's go for it. I created an online magazine a magazine, call your magazine, which is six pages and pages many of its research in the world Stanton freeze dole shave Buffy every month. Since two thousand fifteen shoes. The next issue is at the end of February. I don't want to belabor the point. But by leaving early. Did you take a hit on your pension? I mean, I was. The average of the usual fulltime, please. Called fifteen years. Maximum pension. Now, I had three months shelter. Plenty full years. However, because I served six years in the ROY last fall a police officer, I was able to effectively by a number of years and transfer benches. So in the pension tired just from the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big hit, certainly. Yes. I I did lose some money. That's all of my passion. When you started this database. How did you get the word out to your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was very lucky, and I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that. There's been many strange coincidences would that. I have never heard of until I got into the field was the word synchronicity. But I'm sure it's a common word that people use all the time in this field. I'm certainly told me there were many synchronised is the I now. Oh, that's more than a coincidence. Could in a long story short. Where I worked was in a big city called leads. Britain's biggest city believe it or not the editor of a printed magazine called with the editor of a guy called Graham burchell who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the HIV forty nine tragic loss rich fellowship. He's office believe it could've been anywhere in the UK. But it was eleven miles west. So that was just too good enough in B two years before he died, which was to September two thousand and three. I got to know calling in basically either regionally contacted in over a little screenplay delivered one Sunday afternoon. When the officers close that stuff Dallas. Friendship. I over time. I got to know him pretty well not last two years of his life. When I had the idea for the first place that he was somebody. I could approach and say look how about this idea to create a database for British. You would you let me publish in your magazine. Now at that time. I never published anything in anybody. Who's anyway? So this is a thrill to be a in a publication that he's going to any big news agency, Michelle. So he liked the idea to me because he likes the idea that I was still serving detectives he saw I've been credibility to the subject. I'm dot is in a sense. Why became involved in the first place to try to bring something of my background credibility. So he said, okay. He's right. You're right. Show in January. Two thousand and two. I wrote my very first anyway. And it was published and that was a massive thrill any still highlights one of my four hundred and twenty-five cases over four hundred and twenty five cases in in six. I'm gonna I'm gonna shoot you messengers the research. I sent you a new bio and because it gives our out today. The code talk over five hundred and fifty is going back to nineteen hundred and one believe it or not evolving over one thousand one hundred British police officers, so significant change the nine hundred that you mentioned, but never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say, you know, that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the under-reporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Oh, absolutely. And the two biggest reasons why police officers already shallow say professional person will ride doesn't come forward is as long as to save risk veterans. I do and to the ridicule that is attached to this subject. Obviously caused by the Robertson panel decision in fifty three. Those are the prime reasons and over the years is doing research. News people alive out architect doctors. Oh, tell me they're on UFO. Also all say, I could never go public with this because it would affect my practice. My business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what mendaciously well from the debunking side of things. He does. What? As less terrible stigma on genuine people who I've seen things and genuinely wanted to report them then were faced with this ridiculed factor that should have never been. But he's now become mole to say certainly in the United States. Your after. I got a very detrimental effect. You know, when we when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for country of sixty five million. It's not a lot. Pretty bad. The only that's the best in the world. Any country that that does play sightings and accounts and like in America's size of America tip of an iceberg. And I know of many American cases, but I would think given the population. Then must be ten thousand cases out there. It's never been done Jesus sham because the the idea that at least ads based in every country would be good like it would be a great of a pilot to best military citing their best ricocheting. And I think he's we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite the last sixty years or seventy as a UFO said like if we have people. State bills initiatives in those areas to establish them. Third on proven to the world. But UFO's realty is which I certainly believe. Debunked. The skeptics say, well, we make too much of this is claim that the police and and airline pilots are are trained observers. Disabuse disabuse the skeptics into bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with that. I am the battalion's recall special thought and before flew flew, especially fourteen which research too. I think. I think fifty school fifty-five basically said the higher the quality of the repulsive, I either Becca qualified witness, especially like pilots, the more the result was people infallible. Yes cost. You know pilots for neom always been my favorite dishes on this subject because with all the millions of dollars pounds spent on that like training that if they don't know what they're looking at especially if it's multiple pilots, which is often the cash is something wrong, especially concerned on grounds. Ed. Now police officers I not as high as I don't think however, they do have a way of reporting things. Certainly britain. Which is obviously what I can talk about. Ratto to go to anything on the sensually begin to analyze it. Right. You see or a chronological logical way you do that because it is written up for caught your statement, people don't write their own standards England's specimens I get count down. Is any alterations emissions or whatever to get it? Right. Blackie signed off. So it's done in a certain way for call system. I'm police officers. No, they know that when I go to any kind of sane, and I would say whether the US for anything in the bucket. Making a mental note of attack mental. No that surrounded when day, right? Gotta council will be much more detailed than the average member of the public. So I totally agree with the skeptic notion. And this notion only gets an time because in a sense the media the mainstream media. Give them the opportunity to do. So that's again, no legacy is the Robertson panel. We will work with any form of media subject. So if he really didn't have all of these. As it would have been found different world. And. So that's really where the skip to gets the opportunity to make these ludicrous plan. Actually, a Rayleigh as a challenged by mainstream commentators simply because the mainstream. I'm I'm I'm woman doesn't have the necessary knowledge on UFO's and facts and figures and history, so actually become the referee to say, well, actually, he's up to make sense because of the battalion, blah, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think this will turn in time as we move closer to a genuine acknowledgement. With over five hundred cases is there is there one that still leaves you to steal a British expression gobsmacked. There's many cases I mean, we're talking these are not just single officers. I think the last count about sixty eight percent of all those five hundred fifty catches multiple police witness catches. I know there are many cases which two five six eight it won't cash. This twenty four officers involved. Many looking at objects from different geographical position and tracking it over vast distances. So I have a personal favorite belong to a policeman a uniform policemen called every Raymond and he's a story that I sometimes quote for favor. And basically this happened in nineteen seventy nine. In a rural area and probably about sixty miles away from central London a rural area, and he's pops up with two of the vehicles two of the police officer, so Beckley three please. Three police officers and they were at three in the morning. I'm just having a shop. And then suddenly on the arising a long way, they see a slush. They look pretty saw. They don't really any cinci to carry on talking. Then about five minutes later. And this is always the thing that if you can imagine this head object. So the only appears in front of them that's an altitude of only five hundred feet about five hundred feet away from them. So therefore in a rural setting this is extremely close. And it's the size of football fields and eighty scamming the to read. We the beam of light moving left to right now. The key thing with issues. They don't see the object crunch. There's no noise whatsoever massive platform. The object. Just switching on a light bulb. Certainly not penny margins that you're there. Talking to Adnan, Sidley lightbulb huge object. Besides the football field is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody's talking one of them things. Should I report it? No. I don't think I should because they're going to repeal and they watch the subject for several minutes. The terrain total silence. Very very close to that position. Now, what's even more? Imagine every says there was around six smaller objects flying around. To a movie shit type of scenario. Basically, they watched the subject incredulous as you would. And then suddenly like a light bulb. Gum. Totally gone to the left or right. Oh, no nice. Just disappears. And I think the restrooms about four minutes. So in those circumstances. I I always think I can kind of special effects now that you see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen now, maybe subjects certainly this huge. Very closely after I'm there. I think that's always been probably my favorite guests to me. What makes police eyewitness accounts? So compelling so credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great peril to their careers. And Secondly, imagine at the end of the shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork. I'm guessing. Well, you would you would think that it's the police force dealt with the subject seriously, historically, certainly in England Scotland Wales they every small town village had they little police station with a number of police officers, and this was long before the big PlayStation two regional police.

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"british police" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Round called five G because it's the fifth major generation of these standards for encoding and transmitting data over radio waves. The first generation retroactively called one g was fully analog system for transmitting voice. In contrast to g phones, transmitted voice and data digitally subsequent generations three g in two thousand and four g in two thousand ten may technical improvements that broad data rates up from two hundred kilobits per second to hundreds of megabits per second. Now with twenty twenty fast approaching five G is expected to transmit one gigabit per second. And perhaps as many as ten gigabits per second. What does it all mean? Is it safe? An associate professor of environmental. Studies will be here in the first half of coast to coast AM to discuss. And hours three and four a retired British police officer who retired in fact to pursue his interest in uncovering the truth about UFO's. We'll talk about among other things his police reporting sightings of UFO's database. Perhaps the most credible of all witnesses policemen and women reporting UFO sightings, he'll also discuss his new investigation into the rental Shem forest UFO incident and his new documentary on this subject capable green. Welcome to the audio imaginarium come on in weary traveler, hang your cloak on a peg grab a stool and come warm yourself by the fire. There are stories to be told and you are among friends. I'm Richard Sarit. This is coast to coast AM. Why don't you stay awhile? Feeling.

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"british police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"G because it's the fifth major generation of these standards for encoding and transmitting data over radio waves. The first generation retroactively called one g was it fully analog system for transmitting voice. In contrast to g phones, transmitted voice and data digitally subsequent generations three g in two thousand and four g in two thousand ten may technical improvements that broad data rates up from two hundred kilobits per second to hundreds of megabits per second. Now with twenty twenty fast approaching five G is expected to transmit one gigabit per second. And perhaps as many as ten gigabits per second. What does it all mean is it safe and associate professor of environmental studies will be here in the first half of coast to coast AM to discuss. And hours three and four. I retired British police officer who retired in fact to pursue his interest in uncovering the truth about UFO's. We'll talk about among other things his police reporting sightings of UFO's database. Perhaps the most credible of all witnesses policemen and women reporting UFO sightings, he'll also discuss. His new investigation into the rental Shem forest UFO incident and new documentary on this subject capable green. Welcome to the audio imaginarium come on in weary traveler, hang your cloak on a pig. Grab a stool and come warm yourself by the fire. There are stories to be told in you are among friends. I'm Richard, Sarah. This is coast to coast AM. Why don't you stay awhile?.

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"british police" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Your loss that greasy spoon just off the interstate and your cabin in the woods. Welcome to coast to coast AM. I'm Richard Serra tonight. This morning. We're coming to you live from coast Toronto Canada affiliates. In-depth radio news talk ten ten. Every decade or so the wireless industry. Rolls out a new cellular communication standard that can transmit more data more quickly. Already under development is the next round called five G because it's the fifth major generation of these standards for encoding and transmitting data over radio waves. The first generation retroactively called one g was fully analog system for transmitting voice. In contrast to g phones, transmitted voice and data digitally subsequent generations three g in two thousand and four g in two thousand ten may technical improvements that broad data rates up from two hundred kilobits per second to hundreds of megabits per second. Now with twenty twenty fast approaching five G is expected to transmit one gigabit per second. And perhaps as many as ten gigabits per second. What does it all mean is it safe and associate professor of environmental studies will be here in the first half of coast to coast AM to discuss in hours three and four. I retired British police officer who retired in fact to pursue his interest in uncovering the truth about UFO's. We'll talk about among other things his police reporting sightings of UFO's database. Perhaps the most credible of all witnesses policemen and women reporting UFO sightings, he'll also discuss his new investigation into the rental Shem forest UFO incident and his new documentary on this subject capable green. Welcome to the audio imaginarium come on in weary traveler, hang your cloak on a pig gross store and come warm yourself by the fire. There are stories to be told and you are among friends. I'm Richard Sarit this coast to coast AM, why don't you stay awhile?.

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"british police" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Same shutdown. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News day eleven and both sides appear to be no closer to reaching a deal to reopen. The government. Fox's Jared Halpern live in Washington. President Trump says without a wall there can be no real border security in tweet. The president calls an offer from House Democrats to reopen the government so imaginative the package from Democrats expected to get a vote when they take control of the house on Thursday would fund most federal agencies impacted by the shutdown through September homeland security would be funded into early February with more than a billion dollars for border security. But no wall money Senate Republicans say they won't take action on a Bill that does not have the president's support. Lisa. Thanks jared. The number of dead now at least nine rescue crews and Russia have pulled two more bodies from the rubble of a collapsed apartment building an eleven month old boy was pulled from the wreckage alive. Officials say the child is an extremely serious condition. The building collapsed came after an explosion that was believed to have been caused by gas leak an act of terrorism. That's why British police are calling. A stabbing attack at a train station in Manchester. Three people hurt including a police sergeant happened as people were heading out for New Year's Eve. Elaborations at Victoria train station in Manchester police that they got a call about a man armed with a knife officers. Tackled him, but not before three people, including an officer had been seriously hurt. The chief constable spoke today saying that attack has shaken that city after the suicide bombing at last year's Ariana GRANDE concert and this morning. Police searched nearby address where they believed that suspect had been living. Witnesses told the Associated Press the man shouted Allah before the attack, but police have not confirmed that FOX's Jackie Heinrich. Prime minister. Theresa May tweeting. My thoughts are with those who are insured Nastase new horizon spacecraft has survived humankind's most distant exploration of another world. This is Fox News. What happened used to go hours without visiting the bathroom? Now, it seems like you're constantly getting up to pee and you're even getting up at night to go..

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"british police" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Station. New year same shutdown. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News day eleven and both sides appear to be no closer to reaching a deal to reopen. The government. Fox's Jared Halpern live in Washington. The President Trump says without a wall there can be no real border security in tweet. The president calls an offer from House Democrats to reopen the government so imaginative the package from Democrats expected to get a vote when they take control of the house on Thursday would most federal agencies impacted by the shutdown through September homeland security would be funded into early February with more than a billion dollars for border security. But no wall money Senate Republicans say they won't take action on a Bill that does not have the president's support. Lisa. Thanks jared. The number of dead now at least nine rescue crews and Russia have pulled two more bodies from the rubble of a collapsed apartment building an eleven month old boy was pulled from the wreckage alive. Officials say the child is an extremely serious condition. The building collapsed came after. An explosion that was believed to have been caused by gas leak an act of terrorism. That's why British police are calling. A stabbing attack at a train station in Manchester. Three people hurt including a police sergeant happened as people were heading out for New Year's Eve celebrations at Victoria train station in Manchester police said they got a call about a man armed with a knife officers. Tackled him, but not before three people, including an officer had been seriously hurt. The chief constable spoke today saying that attack has shaken that city after the suicide bombing at last year's Ariana GRANDE concert and this morning. Police searched on nearby address where they believe that suspect had been living. Witnesses told the Associated Press the man shouted a law before the attack, but police have not confirmed that oxes Jackie Heinrich, prime minister. Theresa May tweeting. My thoughts are with those who are injured Nastase new horizon spacecraft has survived humankind's most distant exploration of another world. This is Fox.

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