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Monthly Recap March 2020 - Coronavirus, Anything Else?

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

09:58 min | 1 year ago

Monthly Recap March 2020 - Coronavirus, Anything Else?

"It's time for the end of the month. Wrap up and this is going to be a fairly short episode Because there's not much else to talk about besides being locked on our homes just speaking of the blog post. I wanted to talk about another blog. Post that I that I follow for quite some time. Now let's improving police by David C Cooper if you've listened to past episodes you know. I've interviewed chief David Cooper and He's very kind and gracious enough to come in the PODCAST. He has Featured another Chief of police current chief of Police Aurora Police Department in Illinois. And that chief is chief. Kristen Zemun I hope. I'm saying that name Right Z. I. M. A. N. Zemun Kristen Zemun or Zimin. Kristen Zemun she wrote a post called. What is this pandemic trying to teach us? So I think it's very important that we understand You know what what we're supposed to be learning if anything right during these days and Times. All locked in our homes Essentially right. We're not really locked inside. There's no martial law. There's no order saying we can't go outside Please check out my past episodes where chief Vern Rick and also Dr Canea Turner in which we went over the pandemic and in in to be looking for and how the police are gonNA responding all kinds of stuff like that so when we went over that kind of stuff. Here's another opinion post By chief Christian Zemun and she's talking about what this pandemic is trying to teach us and we should be trying to learn something we should be trying to come out of this a little bit smarter a little bit better and I think that all of our lives we should always be trying to improve upon ourselves and she reflects upon his time. You know you know. And it's really devastating time. We consider all this going on right the NBA season has been canceled. There's no march madness a no championships. colleges are shut down a more than likely no problems school or closed down all these different things and And it's really been very devastating to people who have become accustomed to all the ways in which we live right favor restaurants. A close can't go to bowling alleys. I WANNA say. I heard a story about a about a barbershop. In Hartford with a police had to go in there and make him stop cutting hair and I think even arrests were made There was a situation of Florida in which Was still holding services so this this whole thing has really taken us by surprise in by storm essentially but we gotta get used to it and I got to be very upfront and honest. I thought that a lot of this was just drastic overreaction but as I'm watching the news and seeing the death tolls rise in seeing the you know the the models of what could happen. If we don't try to do something about it than I gotTa Say. Even my mind. was changed nevertheless We gotta try to learn something. And that's what chief. Kristen Zemun is trying to get US. To understand and era post. Essentially I'M GONNA read it. But she essentially talks about Does being patients and and how we choose to respond to to any type of situation on this right. I think I've done a another episode of in our daily Encouragement sessions weekly encouragement sessions. In which we try to understand that you know life is. Life is ten percent of what happens to us and the other ninety percent of our respond to it. And so that's essentially chief. Kristen Zemun is saying. It's our response that matters now and how we're responding and so that's the most important things are response I WanNa just Kinda put chief. Kristen Zemun out their last name. Z. M. A. N. Z. I. M. A. N. Zemun First name is Christian with a K. K. R. I S. T. E. N. Kristen Zemun and she has a blog. And you can go to her blog and read up on catch up on what she's got going on over there once again. She is a chief of police in Aurora Illinois. So another thing that I wanted to talk about what we're learning from this is Yes we we're learning patience and we're learning That we have to choose how we respond to this and I think that now is the time to really try to reconnect with our families reconnect with our friends Try to put down as we're sitting around in the house no place really to go Maybe turn off the TV's may be turned off The Video Games turn off our tablets and cellphones and really try to do some reconnection especially since a lot of people are working from home. if you're you know if you have the ability to work from home because a lot of people are just outta work applying for all these different Out of work benefits and so it's really really can become very frustrating to people and people really can't fill some type away because you know the bills are still going to be do their some companies and corporations that are going to be Putting off payments or allowing payments to come in at a later date and time but those payments are still going to be do and yes. There's a stimulus package coming with. Thousand or hundred dollars is supposed to be coming. But what is that really going to do in the in the grand scheme of things? I think that they really want to bail. People out you know can't license of some debts cancellation. The student loans You know I think that that would really help you. Know maybe no taxes for a little while I think that that is the biggest thing. Twelve hundred dollars that'll pay rent And then that'll be it so I don't. I'm not very impressed by that particular number. Maybe five thousand or ten thousand. Maybe that'll be a little bit better. I know that's unrealistic. But but you know twelve hundred dollars is really not is really nothing is really drop in a bucket another thing. I think that we can learn. Should learn from this. Is that when when our government really want something or at least when they see a what's in it for them you know type of thing right. What's in it for them? Now They I. They understand that they stimulate the economy if they keep going than than the taxes will continue to come in. And that's really just. The bottom line is really about taxes and revenue in the financial a stability of the country. And make sure the finances are continuing to flow towards the top. And that's what's really important to them. But if we talk about feeding the homeless or mental health care or food stamps or a shelter for the homeless or Medicare for all or free college or anything like that then all of a sudden. We don't have the money for that. Oh we can't do that. We can't find who's GONNA pay for that right that's always a mantra but but in this time of pandemic than okay we'll give everybody twelve hundred dollars a mere dry like. I said before a measly drop in the bucket and then we'll go on with business as usual So I think that we. We really have to learn what our government is doing in. That's why we had to really understand that our votes have meaning and they have consequences. Elections have consequences. And this is what we're voting for a Lotta Times. And even we olding our noses voting. This is still what we're getting so I think that that's it's really problematic Really disappointing but you know. This is the light that we had to live and We really have to understand how to play the game a lot of times. If you listen to my episode with Stephanie Lawrence She said we had to understand how to play the game. And that's a lot of times we just don't understand how to play the game. It's disappointing. I also think that we learned a lot about us as a country first of all as a country. If we understand that you know when schools closed grammar high schools A lot of kids they realize are not going to be able to eat and so Which is which is a very sad state of affairs right. We understand the Black Panthers. Were were really the originators of breakfasts programs and and all that kind of stuff and I and I believe that here now in Connecticut they are either have passed looking to pass a bill that would stop the shaming of people of kids. Who Don't have lunch money First of all I think that All school lunch programs ought to be free. If we can feed our prisoners who are we have incarcerated and if we can feed our troops who sent away and military excursions and in operations then we should feed our students who are our future. I don't understand why we make them pay for lunch or breakfast at all. But nevertheless and so we understand that many people who are financially strapped their children will be home and now these children will not be able to eat the same nutritious meals that they would get in schools and so a lot of people have opened up their hearts and minds in their wallets in restaurant doors in allow children to go in there and to be able to consume in an eat which I think is great for them. I think it's sad for us as a country but I think that the government really has an obligation to make sure that it is citizens are fed. I really believe that and I think that And I think that it's great that these civilians in store owners and restaurant owners are really opening up their doors. But I think that we ought to look in the C- look in the mirror and ask ourselves. What are we really doing? How are we living? When our children don't have enough to eat? And of course this has led to the parents their their inability to get a decent paying job and all that kind of stuff so we can have a great discussion about that The financial resources that are coming in and different people who are working two and three jobs in order to make ends meet and still not able to provide the children with nutritious meals You know so. That's that's a whole nother conversation. We can have another time so I think that we should take a look at Sophos of the country. See what's going on but also give ourselves a little bit of congratulations in that. Some people are stepping up and doing what they can do. In order to make sure that these kids are eating

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"christian zemun" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Cloudy, thirty degrees at O'Hare two brothers released without any charges after being identified as possible suspects last week and the alleged attack on empire actor Jesse smollet bed would CPT detectives and prosecutors at twenty-sixth in California today as investigators continue looking at whether or not the empire cast member was involved in what happened to him healing and coming together that the message from Aurora city officials today. Among those speaking up police chief Christians Zemun who again, commended her officers for walking into the line of fire at the Pratt company last Friday, one of them who had a very serious injury said don't don't take me out. I wanna I want to keep going back in. And that was the mentality that we have the resilience that we had the relentlessness that we had the first funeral services for the five people who lost their lives are tomorrow. Oil at wholesale gasoline prices are going up, but it's being felt at the pub ABC's Alec stone in the past week the price of regular unleaded increasing on average four cents a gallon nationwide. The energy department reporting the biggest jump along the Gulf Coast nine cents a gallon and six cents a gallon in the midwest still though Americans are paying twenty four cents less per gallon for regular unleaded, then we were a year ago at this time some of the passengers on a flight this week had become the fastest ever to travel in a. Boeing Commercial jetliner ABC's Chuck seabird said explains a Virgin Atlantic flight from Los Angeles to London arrived about forty five minutes early. The flight speed reached eight hundred one miles per hour. A apparent record for a Boeing seven eighty seven nine twin engine says the Washington Post the result of an airplane is traveling at about five hundred fifty miles per hour in a massive air. That itself is going over two hundred miles an hour this in the jet stream over Pennsylvania airline, captain aviation author. John Nance says it's a byproduct of global warming. They are only a result of increasing energy in the sphere. Nansen ABC news contributor, Chuck Sivertsen. ABC news, ladies and gentlemen, today is a great day for Illinois working families. That's governor JV brisker signing the minimum wage increase into law today, the current wages eight twenty five an hour. It'll go up a dollar January first of next year and continue to rise incrementally until it hits fifteen an hour in the year twenty twenty five. Sports, traffic and weather next on WGN..

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"christian zemun" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone then as Waylon has begun to playing its military along the Colombian border NPR's. Ada Peralta has the latest the stage is set for a major confrontation in Venezuela. The US and dozens of other countries recognized as the caretaker president of Venezuela says next week, huge convoys will deliver humanitarian aid. He promised quote big things will happen along the border with Colombia President Nicolas Madura responded by gathering with his generals and ordering that they prepare to quote, stop any enemy invader and cause as much damage as possible to preserve the peace, unquote. At a mother that he says is the most beautiful thing any army could do. NPR news Caracas, California plans to sue over President Trump's emergency declaration to build a border wall capital public radio's Julian metric has more. California's governor Gavin Newsom joined California attorney general heavier Sarah in speaking out against President Trump's plan and hinted that a multi state lawsuit against the administration was imminent Newsom spoke at the California state capital. I don't wanna be a sparring partner with President Trump. We want to be a working partner. But he makes it impossible when he plays these games and manufacturers crisis and creates the conditions where we have no other choice than to sue the administration. The attorney general here said that the US constitution gives congress the power to control. How federal dollars are spent not the president for NPR news. I'm Julia Mitch in Sacramento. Authorities in Aurora. Illinois are releasing new details about the gunman who opened fire inside a plant. They're killing five people. Here's chief of police Christian Zemun. Here's what we know. So far about the shooter. Forty five years of age. He lived in one thousand nine hundred block of Sal Martin road in Aurora. Six prior arrests by the Aurora police department including arrests for traffic and domestic battery domestic battery related issues last arrest in Aurora was in two thousand eight for violating in order protection. His last arrest was in two thousand seventeen by the us. We go Illinois police department for disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property. The accused gunman identified is Gary Martin was killed in an exchange of fire with police the Trump administration struck a contentious tone with Europe today after German Chancellor Angela Merkel's defensive a decision by European nations to stand by the Iran nuclear deal Burkle spoke at the Munich security conference, an annual gathering of top global defense and foreign policy officials vice President Mike Pence called Iran. The chiefs state sponsor of terrorism and accused the other nations of undermining the United States. President Trump withdrew from the deal last year. This is NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. A second person has been arrested in connection with a robbery that led to the death of a New York City police detective who got caught and caught in crossfire from fellow officers and official familiar with the investigation says the man taken into custody yesterday is suspected of being Christopher ransoms lookout during Tuesday night's robbery at a queens cellphone store. The official was not authorized to speak publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity. Detective Brian Simonson was hit once in the chest by crossfire as he and six other officers fired forty two shots at ransom who police say charged at them with a fake handgun. Simonsen funeral is scheduled for Wednesday on Long Island. Ransom was wounded in the shooting at remains hospitalized. The Vatican says pope Francis has defrocked former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick that's after Vatican officials found him guilty of soliciting for sex. While hearing confession the punishment was announced today for the ones powerful archbishop of new. Work in Washington. A few days before pope Francis is to lead a gathering of bishops from around the world over the sex abuse crisis. Which is a rooted the faith of many Catholics. Defrocking means McCarrick Eighty-eight who now lives in a fiery in Kansas after he lost his title of Carter last year won't be able to celebrate mass or other sacraments for the rest of tonight here in our area. It's going to remain clear. We'll.

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"christian zemun" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Cardinal defraud. I'm Christopher cruise deletion Aurora Illinois near Chicago continue to investigate whether forty-five-year-old Gary Martin planned his attack on fellow employees yesterday five male co workers were killed. They were all found in the same area of the factory. Martin had worked at the factory for fifteen years. He was being fired yesterday police chief Christian Zemun speaking to reporters at this hour moments ago. She said Martin had been arrested numerous times on a variety of charges but purchased a handgun legally. She says five police officers were wounded in the shootout, none of the wounds are life threatening. All five of our officers are recovering and are under the care physicians in the Chicago metro area. Police shot and killed Martin Zemun says he later applied for a concealed carry permit for his handgun after he got the gun, but was rejected when a felony conviction in Mississippi was reported on a national background. Check word today that a former American cardinal has been defrocked by. Pope francis. Correspondent Pat piper. The Vatican announced the former archbishop of Washington Theodore mckarrick will no longer be allowed to celebrate mass. It's the result of Vatican officials finding him guilty of soliciting for sex while hearing confessions, the pope says no further appeal will be allowed. It comes just days before he hosts a world gathering of bishops to discuss sex abuse. By the clergy McCarrick is eighty Eighty-eight reportedly living in a religious house in Kansas. He technically remains a priest, but no longer has priestly powers special counsel. Robert Muller's office says President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort could be sentenced to more than nineteen years in prison on tax and Bank fraud charges. Payless shoe source says it will close all twenty one hundred of its remaining stores in the US and Puerto Rico because of financial problems liquidation sales will begin tomorrow all stores will stay open until at least the end.

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"christian zemun" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Cruise the lease and families this morning are dealing with the effects of yet another mass shooting and employee was terminated Friday, then opened fire inside the factory where he had long worked in Aurora. Illinois, a suburb of Chicago police chief Christian Zemun says handgun was used in the attack us far in the investigation. We have confirmed that five employees were located deceased inside the building. We have also confirmed that one employee is being treated at an area hospital for non life threatening gunshot wounds. We are in the process of making notification to the victims families and are unable to release any of their names or information at this time police say a fifteen year employees forty-five-year-old Gary Martin carried out the attack. He was killed by police. The vatican. This morning announced that former cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been defrost. Pope Francis made. The decision after an investigation found McCarrick guilty of soliciting sex while hearing confessions defrocking means the eight-year-old McCarrick is not allowed to say mass or hear confessions is priestly powers have been taken away. Vatican. Correspondent John Allen this morning. We should note that this is just a couple of days before a keenly anticipated summit of presidents of national bishops conferences from all over the world is going to begin here in Rome to try to get on top of the clerical sexual abuse scandals special counsel, Robert Muller's team has interviewed White House. Press secretary, Sarah Sanders Sanders was interviewed by Robert Muller's team late last year, the White House had been keeping this under wraps. But now we have learned from Sarah Sanders for self in a statement exclusive to CNN that she Bolland terribly sat down with Robert Muller. And she says she did. So at the urging of President Trump White House correspondent, Pamela Brown. The academy of motion pictures reversing its decision to present four awards.

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"christian zemun" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Christopher cruise. Police and families this morning are dealing with the effects of yet. Another mass shooting at employee was terminated Friday, then opened fire inside the factory where he had long worked in Aurora. Illinois, a suburb of Chicago police chief Christian Zemun says a handgun was used in the attack an investigation, we have confirmed that five employees were located deceased inside the building. We have also confirmed that one employee is being treated at an area hospital for non life threatening gunshot wounds. We are in the process of making notification to the victims families are unable to release any of their names or identifying information at this time. A fifteen year employees forty-five-year-old Gary Martin carried out the attack. He was killed by police. The vatican. This morning announced that former cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been defrocked. Pope francis. Made the decision after an investigation found Macaire guilty of soliciting sex while hearing confessions defrocking means the eight year old McCarrick is not allowed to say mass or hear confessions is briefly powers have been taken away. Vatican. Correspondent John Allen this morning. We should note that this comes just a couple of days before a keenly anticipated summit of presidents of the national bishops conferences from all over the world is going to begin here in Rome to try to get on top of the clerical sexual abuse scandals special counsel, Robert Muller's team has interviewed White House. Press secretary, Sarah Sanders Sanders was interviewed by Robert Muller's team late last year, the White House had been keeping this under wraps. But now we have learned from Sarah Sanders for self a statement exclusive to CNN that she Bolland terribly sat down with Robert Muller. And she says. She did. So at the urging President Trump White House correspondent, Pamela Brown. The academy of motion pictures reversing its decision to present four awards.

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"christian zemun" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"News at seven nine Curtis. The former archbishop of Washington has been defrocked by pope Francis. After he was found guilty of sexual crimes against minors and adults cardinal Theodore McCarrick who served as archbishop of Washington from two thousand one to two thousand six was found guilty of soliciting saps, drink confession and abuse of power. He will not be allowed to celebrate mass where other sacraments correspondent John Allen says the move is extraordinary. This is essentially the most significant penalty in church law that can be imposed upon a cleric. It's the Catholic equivalent of the death penalty McCarrick appealed the penalty. But that appeal was rejected. The allegations prompted the eighty eight year old to resign from the college of cardinals last July a teenager charged with raping fellow members of the Damascus high school football team with a broom stick we'll have his case move from adult to juvenile court judge made. The ruling yesterday the alleged hazing happened on Halloween day in the schools locker room. The decision means fifteen year old Will Smith who had been charged as an adult will likely face probation instead of jail time and will not have public criminal record. If convicted three of his co-defendants may also have their cases moved to juvenile court some fighting back against the president's declaration of a national emergency yesterday to get a border wall. The chairman of the House Judiciary committee says there will be a hearing in the coming days on the declaration in a letter to the White House Jerrold, Nadler and other members of the panel express their alarm over the president's declaration and said members will investigate what he calls the serious, constitutional and statutory issues that the declaration raises now is asking White House and Justice department officials to appear at that hearing the president's declaration of a national emergency at the southern border is viewed as an end run around congress that would allow the president to build the border wall. The congress refused to fully fund. Linda Kenyon, Washington. The man who opened fire at Emmanuel. Facturing facility in Aurora Illinois yesterday with fired after fifteen years on the job police chief Christian Zemun says he used a handgun does far in the investigation. We have confirmed that five employees were located deceased inside the building. We have also confirmed that one employee is being treated at an area hospital for non life threatening gunshot wounds. We are in the process of making notification to the victims families unable to release any of their names five police officers were also shot and injured..

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Gary Martin, Zemun And Aurora discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Gary Martin, Zemun And Aurora discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"New information about the deadly shooting at a suburban Chicago manufacturing company Aurora. Illinois police chief Christians Zemun says that forty-five-year-old Gary Martin was being terminated Friday. Police say Martin winning a shooting rampage at his workplace killing five people. In addition. Five or a police officers were shot by the gunmen before this incident ended all of the officers have been transported to area hospitals for treatment for non life threatening injuries gunman died a police

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"christian zemun" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I'm Gordon Griffin. By people are dead five or wounded when a gunman opened fire in an attack at the Henry Pratt company in Aurora. Illinois Aurora mayor Richard Ervin says it is a tragic day in his city. I don't think I can be clear in stating that today is a sad day in the city of Aurora. For so many years we've seen similar situations throughout our nation. And the horrible feeling that we that we get when we see it on the news. To experience it firsthand. Is even more painful police chief Christian Zemun identified the gunman as forty-five-year-old Gary Martin and said that he was believed to be an employee at the Henry Pratt company, which makes valves for industrial purposes and the city that's about forty miles west of Chicago White house correspondent Greg Clugston reports at President Trump's expecting his national emergency declaration that he announced Friday to be challenged in court announcing his decision on the national emergency. The president described in a sing song tone of voice, how it will be challenged and work its way through the courts, we will possibly get a bad ruling. And then we'll get another bad ruling, and then will end up in the supreme court, and hopefully, we'll get a fair shake, and we're winning the supreme court. Mr. Trump says he's confident because the US is being invaded at the southern border. Greg Clugston, the White House PayLess shoes. Sources liquidating its store heel shoe source has confirmed that it closed all its stores in the US beginning next week this we the largest retailer. Predation, ever PayLess had previously filed for bankruptcy but emerged in two thousand seventeen it will retain stores in Canada and Latin America correspondent, Ken Larmer. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort could spend more than nineteen years.

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"christian zemun" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Speaker users just say play WGN radio on tune in here. With your news is Roger badesch, mostly cloudy, fourteen at O'Hare Friday afternoon near the Henry Platt company plant in Aurora. I told my husband right away. I said there's something's going on. I said that cop was. Coming so fast. I said you need hurry up. Get the driveway in the skit in the house because I didn't know what was going on or police chief Christians Zemun officers arrived and were fired upon immediately. Two of the initial four officers entering the building your shot. Additional officers began to arrive, and we're also fired upon a total five officers were struck by gunfire. The other officers on the scene located gunshot victims inside the building switch people killed at the plant five workers and the gunman the five officers suffered down life threatening gunshot wounds forty-five-year-old employee, Gary Martin identified as gunman Martin had been at the plant for termination hearing after working there for fourteen years. Governor Pritzker went to a roar plan learning of the shooting. There are no words for the kind of evil that robs our neighbors of their hopes their dreams and their futures victims have not been identified as police are still contacting families the next press conference scheduled for Saturday morning at ten AM to men being. Called potential suspects in the alleged attack of empire. Actor jussie smollet have been released by Chicago police more from WGN's Ryan burrow, late Friday. Chicago police released a statement that doodoo evidence received from interogations the two brothers who were being questioned in relation to the attack have been released without charges. They're no longer considered suspects. In the case Chicago police are continuing their investigative work WGN's Ryan burrow reporting. Your supreme court may have the final say in the legal fight over President Trump using his emergency powers to secure more funding for his border wall. ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. Democrats are preparing to fight this in every way, they can the chairman of the House Judiciary committee called it. A gross abuse of power. He will hold hearings and Democrats will also introduce what they call a joint resolution to terminate the national emergency. This is something that could well passed congress. The president though could veto it ABC's Jonathan Karl an explosive device. Is left in a bathroom of a shopping mall outside of Mexico's capital was found and disarmed an hour before it was set to explode package was in a cigar box found by janitors. Federal judge permanently blocked the Trump administration from imposing conditions that police departments cooperate with immigration authorities to receive law enforcement grants judge said that Justice succeeded. It's thority and violated the constitution. We'll check sports traffic and weather next on WGN joined WGN.

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"christian zemun" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Chicago business was a fifteen year old fifteen employees who was being fired or police chief Christian Zemun says forty-five-year-old Gary Martin was being terminated Friday afternoon before he opened fire at the Henry Pratt company warehouse in Aurora by police officers were also shot and wounded before Martin was located in the warehouse says Martin was shot and killed rose about forty miles west of Chicago and invasion at the southern border has prompted the president to issue a national emergency declaration. Here's correspondent, Greg Clugston. The president says the US needs many more miles of border wall because of illegal drugs, human, traffickers, and gang's coming in from Mexico, and he blames congress for not approving enough wall money, I wanna do it faster. I could do the wall over a longer period of time. I didn't need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. The emergency declaration is already drawing bipartisan criticism on Capitol Hill and is expected to face rounds of legal challenges. Greg Clugston, the White House Amol correspondent Bob Agnew reports. Democrats are considering a number of political and legal challenges to the president's declaration of a national emergency of the first actions like the from Democrats would be to seek a resolution of disapproval out of the congressional review act allows congress via joint resolution to overturn recently enacted regulations by federal agency such an effort now easily pass a democrat controlled house, but would need the support of at least four Republicans in the Senate then to override a certain presidential veto. It would require a very unlikely two-thirds majority in both chambers. Bogner reporting PayLess shoe source confirmed Friday, it will close all of its stores in the US beginning next week..

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"christian zemun" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"From ABC news. I'm Dave Packer at this hour, the crime scene taped off where five men were killed in a shooting at an industrial warehouse in Aurora Illinois several others injured, and there's new information about the shooter police chief Christian Zemun has identified the gunman as forty-five-year-old Gary Mark information that we have indicates that he was being terminated today. Police ending the rampage with lethal gunfire officers along with officers from Naperville police department, ultimately confronted the offender inside the building at which time he fired at them. The officers returned fire killing the offender also in Chicago two men have been called potential suspects in the alleged attack of empire actor Jesse smollet. But now they've been released late Friday Chicago police released a statement that doodoo evidence received from interogations the two brothers who were being questioned in relation to the have been released without charges. They're no longer considered suspects. In the case, Chicago police are. Continuing their investigative work. We'll let told police he was attacked last month by two men shouting, racial and homophobic slurs. President Trump from the rose garden Friday declaring a national emergency citing an invasion at the border is trying to go around congress to get billions more in taxpayer money for his wall that he championed on the campaign trail and predicted. There would be lawsuits on that. Is opponents agree. Governor Gavin Newsom claims President Trump manufacturing a crisis on the border that doesn't exist for Trump's political gain Newsom saying the president is subverting the constitution. And he says money Trump is using for the wall is being taken away from law enforcement running counter narcotics operations with that money to fight drug cartels in a statement, Newsom writes, quote, California, we'll see you in court. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, says she was among those White House officials that were interviewed as part of the Russia investigation the meeting taking place months ago. You're listening to ABC news ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing as getting laid off if a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in twenty million dollars searching for the next big trend. Wouldn't you want to know what he found if you're serious about making money from home without having to leave home, then write this down WWW dot go here next dot com. You decide your income go here next dot com. Have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your.

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"christian zemun" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on WTRH

"News this hour from townhall dot com. I'm Gordon Griffin. Police say the gunman who killed five people at a suburban. Chicago business was a fifteen year old a fifteen year employee who was being fired Aurora police chief Christian Zemun says forty-five-year-old Gary Martin was being terminated Friday afternoon before he opened fire at the Henry Pratt company warehouse in Aurora five police officers were also shot and wounded before Martin was located in the warehouse. Semen says Martin was shot and killed rose about forty miles west of Chicago and invasion at the southern border has prompted the president to issue a national emergency declaration. Here's correspondent, Greg Clugston. The president says the US needs many more miles of border wall because of illegal drugs, human, traffickers, and gang's coming in from Mexico, and he blames congress for not approving enough wall money, I wanna do it faster. I could do the wall over a longer period of time. I didn't need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. The emergency declaration is already drawing bipartisan criticism on Capitol Hill and is expected to face rounds of legal challenges. Greg Clugston, the White House. Meanwhile, correspondent Bob Agnew reports. Democrats are considering a number of political and legal challenges to the president's declaration of a national emergency. I actions likely from Democrats would be to seek resolution of disapproval out of the congressional review act allows congress via joint resolution to overturn recently enacted regulations by federal agency such an effort would now easily pass the democrat controlled house, but would need this sort of at least four Republicans in the Senate, then to override a certain presidential veto. It would require a very unlikely to thirds majority in both chambers. Wagner, reporting PayLess shoe source confirmed Friday, it will close all of its stores in the US beginning next week. This will be the largest leap retail liquidation ever. It will retain stores in Canada and Latin America more on these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain. Many of you might be skeptical black. I was.

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"christian zemun" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Police say the gunman who killed five people at a suburban. Chicago business was a fifteen year old fifteen year employee who was being fired or police chief Christian Zemun says forty-five-year-old Gary Martin was being terminated Friday afternoon before he opened fire at the Henry Pratt company warehouse in Aurora five police officers were also shot and wounded before Martin was located in the warehouse even says Martin was shot and killed rose about forty miles west of Chicago, an invasion at the southern border has prompted the president to issue a national emergency declaration. Here's correspondent, Greg Clugston. The president says the US needs many more miles of border wall because of illegal drugs, human, traffickers, and gang's coming in from Mexico, and he blames congress for not approving enough wall money, I wanna do it faster. I could do the wall over a long period of time. I didn't need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. The emergency declaration is already drawing bipartisan criticism on Capitol Hill and is expected to face rounds of legal challenges. Greg Clugston, the White House Amol correspondent Bob Agnew reports. Democrats are considering a number of political and legal challenges to the president's declaration of a national emergency. I actions likely from Democrats would be to seek a resolution of disapproval out of the congressional review act it allows congress via joint resolution to overturn recently enacted regulations by federal agency such an effort would now easily pass the democrat controlled house, but would need the sport of at least four Republicans in the Senate, then to override a certain presidential veto. It would require a very unlikely two-thirds majority in both chambers. Bogner reporting PayLess shoe source confirmed Friday, it will close all of its stores in the US beginning next week will be the largest leak retail liquidation ever. It will retain stores in Canada and Latin America more on these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain. Many of you might be skeptical black..

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"christian zemun" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on WTVN

"Station. From ABC news. I'm Chuck Sivertsen. An investigation into one employee who walked into his Aurora Illinois workplace opened fire killed five co workers and shot several officers. That's according to Aurora police chief Christian Zemun says forty-five-year-old Gary Martin was killed by police officers along with officers from Naperville police department, ultimately confronted the offender inside the building at which time he fired at them. The officers returned fire killing the offenders human says Martin was a fifteen year employee of the Henry Pratt company information that we have indicates that he was being terminated today. ABC's? Ryan burrow in Aurora. King County bomb squad vehicle is parked outside of the apartment complex where gunman. Gary Martin lived a fire truck and an ambulance are on standby as law enforcement carefully searches the apartments award. Police have already suffered six injuries as a result of Martin's actions. They don't wanna see anymore. Ryan burrow, ABC news Aurora, Illinois, at least one lawsuit has already. Been filed against the national emergency declaration, President Trump signed to fund his border wall and more expected. Democrats are preparing to fight this in every way, they can the chairman of the House Judiciary committee called it. A gross abuse of power. He will hold hearings and Democrats will also introduce what they call a joint resolution to terminate the national emergency. This is something that could well passed congress. The president though could veto it ABC's Jonathan Karl at the White House. Chicago police say they've released without charges. The two men who had been arrested on suspicion of assaulting empire. Actor jussie smollet police say they are no longer suspects in the detectives have additional investigative work to do PayLess shoe source will go the way of the dinosaur. The company will shudder all twenty one hundred remaining stores in the US and Puerto Rico changes. His liquidation sales will start Sunday with the final stores closing in may Wall Street's major indexes ended the day higher. You're listening to ABC news. News Radio six ten WTVN. Allison, Wyatt US Senator Sherrod Brown. Save they spending package signed by the president today.

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"christian zemun" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And it starts now. From ABC news. I'm such investigation into one employee who walked into his Aurora Illinois workplace opened fire killed five co workers and shot several officers as according to Aurora police chief Christian Zemun says forty-five-year-old Gary Martin was killed by police officers along with officers from Naperville police department, ultimately confronted the thunder inside the building at which time he fired at them. The officers returned fire killing the thunder human says Martin was a fifteen year employee of the Henry Pratt company information that we have indicates that he was being terminated today. ABC's? Ryan burrow in Aurora. King County bomb squad vehicle is parked outside of the apartment complex gunman. Gary Martin lived a fire truck and an ambulance are on standby as long I but carefully searches the apartments Aurora. Police have already suffered six injuries as a result of Martin's actions. They don't wanna see anymore. Ryan burrow, ABC news Aurora, Illinois, at least one lawsuit. It has already been filed against the national emergency declaration, President Trump signed to fund his border wall and more expected. Democrats are preparing to fight this in every way, they can the chairman of the House Judiciary committee called it. A gross abuse of power. He will hold hearings and Democrats will also which reduce what they call a joint resolution to terminate the national emergency. This is something that could well pass congress. The president though could veto it ABC's Jonathan Karl at the White House Chicago police they've released without charges. The two men who had been arrested on suspicion of assaulting empire. Actor jussie smollet police say they are no longer suspects in detectives have additional investigative work to do PayLess shoe source will go the way of the dinosaur. The company will shudder all twenty one hundred remaining stores in the US Puerto Rico changes liquidation sales will start Sunday with the final stores closing in may Wall Street's major indexes ended the day higher. You're listening to ABC news ready to create your own income with your own home base. Business where there's no such thing as getting laid off if a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in twenty million dollars searching for the next big.

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"christian zemun" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"News talk eight fifty telling you F, T L, West Palm Beach Wellington Oakland park. From ABC news. I'm judge Stevenson investigation into what employee who walked into his Aurora Illinois workplace opened fire killed five co workers and shot several officers escort into Aurora police chief Christian Zemun says forty-five-year-old Gary Martin was killed by police officers along with officers from Naperville police department ultimately confronted the offender inside the building at which time he fired at them. The officers returned fire killing the offenders human says Martin's a fifteen year employee of the Henry Pratt company information that we have indicates that he was being terminated today. ABC's? Ryan burrow in Aurora. King County bomb squad vehicle is parked outside of the apartment complex where gunman. Gary Martin live to fire truck at an ambulance are on standby is law enforcement carefully searches the apartments Aurora. Police have already suffered six injuries as a result of Martin's actions. They don't wanna see anymore. Brian burrow, ABC news Aurora, Illinois. At least one lawsuit has already been filed against the national emergency declaration, President Trump signed to fund his border wall and more expected. Democrats are preparing to fight this in every way, they can the chairman of the House Judiciary committee called it. A gross abuse of power. He will hold hearings and Democrats will also introduce what they call a joint resolution to terminate the national emergency. This is something that could well passed congress. The president though could veto it. ABC's Jonathan Karl at the White House. Chicago police say they've released without charges. The two men who had been arrested on suspicion of assaulting empire. Actor jussie smollet the police say they are no longer suspects in the detectives had additional investigative work to do PayLess shoe source will go the way of the dinosaur. The company will shudder all twenty one hundred remaining stores in the US from Puerto Rico changed. His liquidation sales will start Sunday with the final stores closing in may Wall Street's major indexes ended the day higher. You're listening to ABC news. Oh, hey, hey, did you hear my friends company was the victim of an Email? Impersonation attack is a serious threat to every business. What if cybercriminals target us and trick accounting into making wire transfer? Don't worry we have barracuda. So where secured Baracouda uses artificial intelligence to detect and block spearfishing and account takeover attempts. What a relief don't become a victim. Protect your business at.

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"christian zemun" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I don't think I can be clear in stating that today. Is a sad day in the city of Aurora. For so many years we've seen similar situations throughout our nation. And the horrible feeling that we that we get when we see it on the news. To experience it firsthand. It's even more painful Aurora, Illinois police chief Christian Zemun identified the gunman as forty-five-year-old Gary Martin and said he was believed to be an employee at the Henry Pratt company, which makes vows for industrial purposes in the city about forty miles west of Chicago, President Trump is expecting as national emergency declaration that he announced today to be challenged in court White House correspondent, Greg Clugston reports announcing his decision on the national emergency. The president described in a sing song tone of voice, how it will be challenged and work its way through the courts, we will possibly get a bad ruling. And then we'll get another bad ruling, and then will end up in the supreme court, and hopefully, we'll get a fair shake, and we're winning the supreme court. Mr. Trump says he's confident because the US is being invaded at the southern border. Greg Clugston, the White House the top Pentagon officials says he foresees growing the international coalition that has been combating the Islamic state group in Iraq and Syria acting Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan says the mission of the international. Coalition against the Islamic state group is not over for one envision an even bigger and stronger coalition going forward. One that has evolved to meet the global threat posed by his off shoots and its murderous ideology. On Wall Street that out by four hundred forty four points..

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"christian zemun" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"christian zemun" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Mentioned the Colorado state patrol says a trooper hit by a car at Wadsworth and to eighty-five has moderate injuries. And he's expected to be released from the hospital tonight. That's good news. This happens as a second mistrial was declared in the case of a trooper hitting killed on the side of by twenty five and two thousand sixteen the family of state troop that state troopers is devastated truckdriver, Noah Gomez Ruiz's is accused of swerving into the. Shoulder by twenty-five. When trooper Cody Donohue was making a traffic stop near Toma road. What caused the second mistrial today district attorney? George Brock ler says the prosecution witness revealed information in his testimony that wasn't in his report. Does he accept blame? For the mistake. The extent that law enforcement failed to provide a piece of information that we didn't further. Explore discover and turnover to the defense, and we inquired about it in court. Yeah, I accept the responsibility for that Brock ler says the case will move forward. He expects the judge to set a new trial date next week. A sad update on the workplace shooting today in Illinois outside of Chicago Aurora police chief Christians Zemun says five people are dead and the gunman was killed in a shootout with responding officers. Police officers were transported to local hospitals. And from there were airlifted to Chicago area trauma centers six officers being treated for a knee injury. Mayor Richard Irwin says it's a sad day for his. City. Shame good mass shooting such as this have become commonplace in our country. It's the same that cold and heartless offender, we'd be so selfish. As to think he has the right to take an innocent lives. The shooter is a forty five year old man believed to have been an employee of the company. President Trump is declaring a national emergency at the US Mexican border. Trump says the US is confronting a national security crisis. He cited an invasion by the United States by of the United States by illegal immigrants and warned about the flow of illicit drugs along the southern border, an emergency declaration could allow the president to divert defense department funds to build the wall and Dirks. Bentley says he's coming back to Wayne Avesta with the seven peaks festival. Love this festival is my favorite thing.

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