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"christopher myers" Discussed on Kingdom Radio

Kingdom Radio

03:33 min | 5 months ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on Kingdom Radio

"The next twenty years. I'm totally fine with Louis and so get used to. Kansas City is going to be great and a week from tonight you. We're going to have our first major sports event with the draft. Get excited you guys It's nice to see the chiefs. Be Able to take somebody off the board. On the first night pumping haven't done in quite absolutely absolutely last. Few jet skews me drafts. Chiefs fans have been sitting on their hands through the first day. Waiting on day. Two Let's see any name come across the board for Kansas City. So it's GonNa be great exciting. Football is back. Hopefully everything will be done with the crow virus we can get things back and forth swing season that is not guaranteed or promised but you know as football fans you prepare for the worst and hope for the best so. Chris a lot going on here in the NFL as crazy as it sounds. We've covered all these today. All these issues today and we're going to be doing more shows here coming up. Kansas City but I do WanNa touch base on something this evening. I will be doing a podcast with Chris Crane Brewing Company in Kansas City. Christopher Myers is the owner. And we're just going to touch base on issues with You know the corona virus and what it is done to the community and how local businesses can come together and get through this tough time. Because Chris. I've seen you post this on social media. It's not it couldn't be more important time to shop local and support your local businesses. So I just WanNa create an opportunity for these Kansas City local businesses that come on and share their concerns or their ideas or innovation on moving forward how they can how business can help each other. Get through this So I think that this pandemic has let the world know that it takes everyone working as a team to make all of this happened. Make life happen and things are hard right now. Everybody can come together and do the things that it will take to get past this. I think everybody will be okay but again. We'll have cream brewing company on tonight and probably some more businesses to come so Kansas City. Look for that. I know it's not football. But we're community this is chiefs kingdom and we all one so no matter. What the topic. This is Kansas City. And we want to show here on Casey Kingdom Radio that it's not just about football it's about life and I look forward to having you know Chris on self. Thank you Kansas City. That is our episode today and look. I will be talking with you all this evening. Chris thank you for coming on the show and I will talk to you next time. Well this kingdom radio I'm your host Richard Smith. Kansas City. Have a wonderful day. Thank you for tuning in to go to podcast for. Everything can't.

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"christopher myers" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:27 min | 8 months ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The region and fiber up Nikki McDonald Tyra writer the basket on the position Errol brown who's gonna break it'll be there Paul six on the shot clock look for in bounds deep in the corner two Hodges Hodges drives through the lane staff slips up me baby hook the won't go on a rebound grabbed by Hoffman get to to I three times it to Snyder pushes Riley Snyder that would you from the left ankle and it's a four point game twenty nine twenty here we choose not to fall out of bounds for side of the court the top the winters rock whose will keep it the falcons have cut a sixteen point lead before substitutions for airforce hilly Jones replaces puffin Kaelin animals back in Broncos work the ball after the bomb they have a top of the circle twelve on the shop floor Christopher way out on the end all right lives it inside get in to wire in the choir the tallest player on the floor use this six five advantage to her advantage and scores inside she's got eight first bucket first points for the Broncos in awhile we needed thirty one twenty five is able left baseline were to wait a little muscle weight in it's for two thirty one twenty seven fifty five people the second yes inside from Hodgins to wire the choir reverse layup scores making snap wire inside she's got to thirty three twenty seven six point game two and a half till halftime three times a lobby inside warm Snyder a high pass Snyder got a couple hands on it couldn't control it Broncos come away with the rock Christopher Myers of past inside for the runner by Warner won't goal which she's foul on the play the final is on air forces McDonnell at the line only Warner it's the first free throw she's seventy six percent from the line on the season the Broncos as a team seventy six percent well the season that first small Donald right Warner hits a boat thirty five twenty seven we see tool five left in the second and here's a whiner from the left side hi Kayla this good he was close to being outside the three point arc but it's going to be counted as a two point.

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"christopher myers" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And we've got fifty three degrees and raining queen creek queen creek and we've got the forty nine degrees and raining cave creek we're taking a look at the biggest stories of twenty nineteen after experiencing a record number of officer involved shootings in twenty eighteen twenty nineteen has been a year mark with other types of controversies for Phoenix police to stand out in particular starting with the drivel names excessive use of force case back in late may cellphone video in a parking lot or thirty second and Roosevelt street called officer Christopher Myer pointing a gun at a car aims his pregnant fiancee and their one and four year old kids were at in June police chief Gerry Williams holders on his morning news it was all over a shoplifting call from a dollar store a few blocks away our office is going to make contact they get in the vehicle and they flee the vehicle continues to flee again and then stops in an apartment complex that's where the unprofessional behavior and behavior that is not in keeping with what I expected my employees the end result was officer Meyer getting fired and aims taking legal action against the city being represented by former Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne because of this physical brutality in that case where the individuals were a hundred percent compliant all of the time is the reason we've made a ten million dollar notice of claim then in October chief Williams fire detective Clinton Swick over racist social media posts for than seventy other officers were flagged for post they made nine suspended as a resident or person the community you can express yourself as a part of your first amendment rights but as a public servant we wear this badge as a symbol of our commitment to a higher standard German foster PTA orders Phoenix police had forty four officer involved shootings in twenty eighteen and just fifteen in twenty nineteen through yesterday had to KTAR dot com to see a map of all the officer officer involved shootings in the valley this year K. T. A. R. news time seven twenty five someday traffic.

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"christopher myers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"See store for details and terms and conditions homicide in valley park on Brian Kelly came watch news time is channel for your forecast at ten OO six a suspect is in custody in connection with the overnight killing in valley park police say the victim was trying to break up a fight between a man and a woman when the man stand him it happened about two in the morning at an apartment complex in the seven hundred block of vast Avenue the suspect was arrested on the scene the state fire marshal investigating the cause of last night's gas explosion an apartment in Lebanon Illinois the blast happened about seven thirty in apartment above the Edward Jones investment branch of the one hundred block of west of Saint Louis street Lebanon police tell camel acts the writer was not home and no one was hurt but there was extensive damage to the building and several cars parked outside the former Saint Louis police officer charged with assaulting a protester who turned out to be an undercover police officer during the chase and Stockley protest has pleaded guilty thirty two year old Randy Hayes admitted to using on reasonable and excessive force against the undercover officer Hayes co defendant Bailey Colletta pleaded guilty to perjury in the assault to other former seamless officers Dustin Boone and Christopher Myers have pleaded not guilty their trial is set for December second veterans day weekend activities under way at the soldiers memorial downtown the five K. one mile running kids dash began at nine the veterans day observance ceremony is at ten thirty the parade begins at noon at Tucker and chest not heading for a high of fifty eight today it'll be sunny and breezy clear and forty four tonight then tomorrow sunshine mixing with clouds and a high of sixty two but Monday it gets cold we could see some snow temperatures will be dropping towards freezing twenty six Tuesday's high right now it's thirty in Edwardsville forty three in Saint Charles thirty nine downtown at the gateway arch I'm Brian Kelly KMOX news time is ten OO six regular man is paid for by Edwin financial services the views expressed on this program is not necessarily the views of the stations content is for educational purposes only consult a financial advisor or conduct your own due diligence of investing calls a pre screen in the show was pre recorded earlier this week Rick is with a woman financial engines support financial engines advisors LLC in the investment adviser that furnishes this program.

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"christopher myers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:34 min | 11 months ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Credit union their new name says it all together credit union the former singles police officer charged with assaulting what was believed to be a protester during the Stockley protest pleads guilty thirty two your Randy Hayes admitted today the using unreasonable and excessive force against what turned out to be a fellow officer who was under cover Hays code at the new Bailey Colletta pled guilty to perjury in the SL two other former singles officers Dustin Boone and Christopher Myers remain under indictment they have pleaded not guilty their trial set for December second three accused thieves in custody in Madison County after that gently getting into dozens and dozens of vehicles in the Alton and got free areas this week so far nineteen year olds de Andre kill more of Alton kisha little of wood river are charged with seven counts of burglary and one count of motor vehicle theft the medicine county sheriff's department chief deputy Jeff Connors says it appears the responsible for a lot more in talking with the people involved we were putting two and two together that we we believe they are linked to upwards to one hundred fifty vehicles and the common thread in all of these of these vehicles have been unlocked and two of the vehicles had their keys in them they were stolen one of them came under surveillance by Alton in Madison County authorities and that's how the suspects were caught now also arrested two juveniles one of them is still in custody the other one's been released Conor says most of the items taken were little things like small change a little gun and a crossbow were stolen in Alton he says many victims may not even know their cars have been burglarized in Edwardsville Brian Kelly St Louis's newsradio KMOX president trump's former campaign manager testified today in the federal trial of political operator operator Roger stone Steve Bannon testified that Roger stone would brag about his ties to Julian assigns regularly implying that he had an inside track on wikileaks Bannon said that stone also detail that there would be information coming from the organization that would hurt Hillary Clinton and help the twenty sixteen trump campaign Bannon was only on the stand for about a half an hour and said he was appearing under subpoena as a reluctant witness stone faces trial in charge as of lying to Congress and witness tampering bill ray Cobb C. B. S. news Washington cable excuse time three oh two president trump said today he wants to raise the minimum age to purchase the cigarettes and vaping products from eighteen to twenty one the CDC said yesterday thirty nine deaths nationwide have now been caused by date thing related long injuries raising the age would require congressional approval and tobacco free dot org executive director Patrick Reynolds is worried about the possibility of a plan failing because of political conflicts there's always a chance we could.

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"christopher myers" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:23 min | 11 months ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Their union on the eve even talked about potentially holding a no confidence vote in her we they are holding meetings this week and it was interesting you have a conversation with someone recently that is works a little bit of a different thoughts yeah I I I spoke to a I think I would give that a member of plea who said that the union members were told that chief Williams on Monday of last week told the union leadership that these officers would not be fired and then they were fired on Tuesday with the implication being that there was external pressure put on the chief change her mind in some way shape or form show with these two officers were talking about officer Meyer he was involved in the viral video with the family that reportedly stole something from the dollar store right and detective Swick this is the detective who had some off color of Facebook post yes that that email should be both of those individuals were fired so we wanted to reach out to Phoenix police because that's a pretty explosive claims now we've reached out to both plea as well as Phoenix police to find out you have a source of the saying this can either of these entities you know confirm or deny that yeah that the chief for me no supposedly told plea on Monday nobody was you know they were getting fired and then on Tuesday they were so we did we reach out to Phoenix police and this is what we received chief Williams did not tell please she was not going to terminate Christopher Myers as reported that is from sergeant Tommy Thompson with Phoenix police department setting that record straight we've reached out to plea and hope to get their side of this and were they led to believe something different now please also said they believe that the chief is under pressure from the council the mayor the city to hold these officers response this is Brett London a plea I believe that the chief Williams being an employee of the city even though she said it was her decision and hers.

"christopher myers" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I thank you Lynn here's our top story the Maricopa County Board of supervisors decided today to vote next week on whether to suspend Paul Peterson Peterson was arrested earlier this month for his involvement in an alleged human trafficking scheme he's accused of recruiting and offering to pay more than forty pregnant women from the Marshall Islands to adopt their babies in the US he's also facing fraud charges for allegedly claiming the women were Arizona residents and getting them state funded health care the earliest the board can vote on suspending the county assessor is Monday the suspension could be up to one hundred twenty days but Peterson could appeal it Ashley flood KCA Arnie's KTA our eyes on immigration for the first time a report calculates that immigration arrests can cost families twenty four thousand dollars each unlike the regular system immigration bonds must be paid in full it also includes things like hiring an attorney which again in immigration court is not provided for you by the government you of a researcher Jeffrey Allen voice found no difference for households and their arrestees who stayed in detention or were deported or were released and allowed to remain we also found it close to half of household liquidating the entirety of their savings acid as well as selling property vehicles eighty percent of households boys study them Pima county were mixed with at least one citizen or a legal permanent resident living with illegal immigrants Peter say more K. T. A. R. news Phoenix law enforcement association is reacting to yesterday's firings the Phoenix police detective David swig and officer Christopher Myer brit London's the president of plea and says he believes politics played a role in police chief Gerry Williams decision to fire Myron swig and he's confident they'll get their jobs back they can appeal with the decision to the civil service board which we are as soon as they receive their discipline paperwork we're going to take it over and get meeting dates thinks line for some association represents ninety two percent of the department's officers and detectives Chandler police have arrested a fifty four year old woman in the fatal hit and run from Monday morning they killed a fifty year old man and his twelve year old son happen your alma school road.

"christopher myers" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Lawn Forsman association says he was very surprised by the firings of a Phoenix police detective and an officer but believes they will be back on the job after the appeal the decision a discipline review board made up of police employees and community members recommended suspensions without pay for the detective David sweat and officer Christopher Myer then explosion of Gerry Williams fired both yesterday this is Phoenix law enforcement association president Brett London truly feel that the chief decision lot of politics a play a part in that as for this goes next taken appeal with the decision to the civil service board as soon as they receive their discipline paperwork we're going to take that over and get meeting dates Jim cross KTAR news Chandler police have arrested a fifty four year old woman in the fatal hit and run from Monday morning that killed the fifty year old man and his twelve year old son it happened there almost school road and Chandler Boulevard Machel Hagerman faces two counts of leaving the scene of an accident with death she told police that she believed she had a dog instead of the two pedestrians questions remain after in Bay City Arizona's Douglas prison had brown water that smelled like petroleum we do have an issue with it one of our facilities Arizona governor Doug Ducey responding to questions asked about what's going on in Cochise county after well affected water delivered to the Douglas prison our new director of corrections director shin is on top of this I know that we've had discussions with the municipality and how we fix this the Arizona department of corrections says the prison drained all water from the bad take since then water has been running clear with no additional issues we want our inmates to be safe we want our correctional officers to be safe alley that inner KTA our news president trump's impeachment inquiry chaos on Capitol Hill roughly two dozen house Republicans tried to storm a closed door secure room where Deputy Assistant secretary of defense Laura Cooper is testifying as part of the trump impeachment hearings the Republicans are upset about what they see as a lack of transparency in the impeachment inquiry earlier Arizona Republican congresswoman Debbie Lesko sounded off on reported closed door impeachment proceedings by democratic hi Adam Schiff this is totally unjust it's totally unfair let's go went on to say he wants us to believe that he's like a special counsel in these closed door meetings over here that I can't go into as a member of the Judiciary Committee a few dozen Republican members stalked out of the meetings urging shift to open it up to them keep tuned to KTAR for continuing coverage of the efforts to impeach president trump president trump as remove the sanctions imposed on Turkey and once again praised his decision to withdraw U. S. forces from northern Syria let someone else fight over this long blood stayed and sand you know it's these received word of a permanent ceasefire between Turkey and Russia here we go again more blackouts today in northern California Pacific gas and electric says in order to prevent wildfires it will go ahead with power shut offs to nearly one hundred eighty thousand northern California customers this afternoon downtown Phoenix as something new the.

"christopher myers" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The free tickets go from February first to the seventh. Black Panther won top prize at the sag awards Sunday. It's up for seven statues at the Oscars another sign of life after the thirty five day government shutdown this Smithsonian museums are reopening today, all of the major museums along the mall in Washington like air and space will welcome visitors back so will the national zoo. Deborah Rodriguez CBS news. Taxes on cannabis may be reduced Sydney. Burkey that's one of the stories. We're following on AM seven sixty a Bill introduced yesterday in the California legislature would give legal cannabis businesses a temporary tax break to help them compete with black market pot sellers. CNBC reports tax revenues are far below projections. State officials blame exorbitant taxes as one of the culprits driving customers to on regulated sellers. A parolee is pleading not guilty to luring Mercedes Benz owner to a city heights parking lot late at night and carjacking the man with the help of teenage girl. Christopher Myers is jailed on one hundred seventy five thousand dollars bail. Judge in San Diego yesterday upheld protections for gray wolves the judge rejected a petition from ranching agencies challenging the wolf status as an endangered species. Right now, it's foggy and fifty. Eighty seven degrees at Lindbergh field AM seven sixty K F, M B, talk and breaking news. Good morning. I'm John trout. This is America in the morning from Westwood One news. It's Tuesday January twenty ninth twenty nineteen coming up on America in the morning. The White House says yes, President Trump may resort to another partial government shutdown if he doesn't give his border wall. I'm Bob Costantini at the White House after a weekend of declaring his innocence. Roger stone here in federal court. This morning is part of special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation. I'm Sierra Crawford in Washington were US sanctions against Venezuela's. State-owned oil company affect gas prices here at home, the refineries in the United States can continue to operate. I'm Linda Kenyon in Washington. It was a victory for survivors of child sex abuse. I'm Steve Kastenbaum acres in New York. Overhauled their statute of limitations giving victims more time to press charges. What will people sue over label? The amount of candy is listed on the packaging itself. I'm Jim Bohannon with the most ridiculous lawsuit. All ahead on America in the morning. It's seven after yesterday.

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"christopher myers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Nine to five eleven twenty for the most part will really talk about anything that you want to get off your chest as we get to the weekend. But if it's too goofy our producer, Michael. There. We'll say you're too goofy. Say it just like that. He said, no, you're perfect. But I wanted to start with this article. You just heard Brad bringing up in the news for Saint Louis officers indicted for civil rights violations, obstruction of Justice, and I wanted to go over this article came away dot com a couple of pressures for that too. 'cause all the news agencies are covering this right now. So here's what happened in. You can find the story. Now, if you want to follow along online for Saint Louis police officers indicted by a federal grand jury, that's the key here. A federal grand jury accused of beating and undercover city officer during the Jason Stockley demonstrations. So this is another instance where the city just like, Ferguson, if you remember the handed over the fads, there was some okay was things handled properly or not properly here, air colder. Overseeing that at the time. We're going back to the Obama administration. We've seen things happen here where they say to the feds. Okay. It's probably better. If we make sure we're doing this all right and proper, so they're doing everything they can to do this. Right. So. The handed over the fence to at the grand jury. There's four officers accused of wrongdoing and their names have been released. Here's the press release that came out a federal investigation was initiated energy department was fully cooperative. The investigation cumulated this week with an announcement of indictments of those involved. Listen below who had been placed on administrative leave without pay Dustin Boone thirty five year old male two years of service Bailey Coletta twenty five year old female one and a half years of service. Randy Hayes, thirty one year old male eight years of service. Christopher Myers Twenty-seven-year-old male three years of service. And part of this statement from chief Hayden, I am deeply disappointed in the allegations action are the alleged actions of these individual officers. However, it is no way reflective of the hard, work and dedication exhibited by the men and women of our department who served the community on a daily basis with integrity and honor. This is where it gets. And I look at stories like this. This in people automatically brand Saint Louis police as racist, and they do all of these things because you know, everything's racially motivated, and they're they're doing. They're always out there hassling. They're always out there. There's so much distrust for police, I don't think what happened here number one represents the Saint Louis police, but number two. What I'm looking at in fact, that there is an indictment that there was a federal investigation shows that they have been doing things proper for the critics of the Saint Louis police department that thing all they do is go around, and it's a giant, you know, mob, and you know, everyone's covering for each other. And there's this and that when you have instances like this where it involves police officers and other police officers because one of the people that brought up this complaint was an undercover police officer who has only named by their initials, it goes to show you that the proper procedures do happen inside the Saint Louis police department. It goes to show you that they go the extra effort to make sure things were done properly. I think this should be proof for the people that look at this not as a way to condemn the Saint Louis police department, but to say, well, maybe they are doing things the way they're supposed to maybe when there are complaints. They take seriously. Maybe when there are very serious allegations. They rise to the level of the fads in. They let them do it to make sure there is no no apparent any improper. Way that the department has conducted themselves so you can find this at kmarts dot com. And I don't think this will satisfy anyone I think the critics are going to use this as justification to say they've always been right? I think they're gonna point at this report. And they'll say see this goes to show you this happens all the time c c c they finally got caught. They just just this time. They got caught all the other times. They didn't too bad. They all the, you know. So this is what they'll point at. But when I'm going to say as a defense here is that this shows the system is working for the Saint Louis police department and chief Aden is showing that they're not allowing these sort of incidences to happen under their watch. It also shows that they're going to go through the proper channels to make sure if there is something improper that what they're gonna do is correct in and make sure that people are held accountable. And I think that's what we should ask of any police department. What do you think though, three one four four three six seventy nine hundred or eight hundred nine to five eleven twenty. So the victim was a twenty two year old veteran department dressed as a civilian among the protesters to recording document any criminal activity that he might see the arrested officers accused of violating the undercover officers constitutional, right by unreasonable force throwing him to the ground and kicking and striking him while he was not posing a threat to anyone. I do know that when there is protests, and there are people that are violent around you. Sometimes you're grouped in with them in associated with them. And even though police officers are out there and getting pelted with rocks in urine bombs, and whatever they're becoming targets in. They don't exactly know. Who's throwing what and doing what? Sometimes they make mistakes. And it's important that if there are mistakes there looked into and they are held accountable for those mistakes. I think the portion of mishandling the officers could have looked at that. And said this was a mistake. But then they went a step further. According to this indictment. They tried to cover it up, and they tried to get rid of evidence, which was a cell phone. That was a major mistake. And that was a huge reason why I think the penalties are going to be so severe for them. Three one four four three six seventy nine hundred. I wanna get a little bit more into that coming up, and if you want to sound off on this too. So when these protests happening, and I've witnessed them, and I've watched them outside my window. We saw a lot of it here right through downtown Saint Louis right outside of our building. I walked into the parking garage in witnessed the staging area. Were police were watching protesters. I've witnessed protesters walk down are very street as they went from the police headquarters to the downtown area. And I witnessed some interesting things I witnessed some of the protesters actually moving barricades to make sure that no one gets hurt. Like they were when they were crossing the street. They wanted to make sure no car was gonna come and collide with them. And you know, they're they're being really smart and the way they were traveling on escorted. Of course, I watched protesters from the same window. Go down yelling terrible slurs at the police and throw things at them. And I've seen the police use great restraint. I've seen. On both sides of this right from the same window. It's a crazy time when you see these protests. It's unpredictable times things that you cannot defend is if you try to cover this up you try to lie in you, try to remove evidence or delete whatever and destroy evidence. That's a that's a huge huge red flag in that some of the evidence that they found in this case. All right, three one four four three six seventy nine hundred. It's overnight America came.

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"christopher myers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Nine to five eleven twenty for the most part will really talk about anything that you want to get off your chest as we get to the weekend. But if it's too goofy our producer Mike over there. We'll say you're too goofy. Say it just like that. He said, no, you're perfect. But I wanted to start with this article. You just heard Brad bringing up in the news for Saint Louis officers indicted for civil rights violations, obstruction of Justice, and I wanted to go over this article, I came away dot com a couple of pressures for that too. 'cause all the news agencies are covering this right now. So here's what happened in. You can find the story now if you wanna follow along online for Saint Louis police officers indicted by a federal grand jury, that's the key here. A federal grand jury accused of beating an undercover city officer during the Jason Stockley demonstrations. So this is another instance where the city just like, Ferguson, if you remember the handed over the fads, there was some okay was things handled properly or not properly here, air colder. Overseeing that at the time. We're going back to the Obama administration. We've seen things happen here where they say to the feds. Okay. It's probably better. If we make sure we're doing this all right and proper, so they're doing everything they can to do this. Right. So he handed over the fence to get the grand jury. There's four officers. Accused of wrongdoing and their names have been released. Here's the press release that came out a federal investigation was initiated in her department was fully cooperative. The investigation cumulated this week with an announcement of indictments of those involved listed below who had been placed on administrative leave without pay Dustin Boone thirty five year old male two years of service daily Coletta twenty five year old female one and a half years of service. Randy Hayes, thirty one year old male eight years of service. Christopher Myers Twenty-seven-year-old male three years of service. And part of this statement from chief Hayden, I am deeply disappointed in the allegations action the alleged actions of these individual officers, however, it is no way reflective of the hard, work and dedication exhibited by the men and women of our department who serve the community on a daily basis with integrity and honor. This is where it gets. And I look at stories like this in people automatically brand Saint Louis police as race. They do all of these things because you know, everything's racially motivated and they're doing they're always out there hassling. They're always out there. There's so much distrust for police, I don't think what happened here number one represents the Saint Louis police, but number two. What I'm looking at in fact, that there is an indictment that there was a federal investigation shows that they have been doing things proper for the critics of the Saint Louis police department that thing all they do is go around, and it's a giant, you know, mob, and you know, everyone's covering for each other. And there's this and that when you have instances like this where it involves police officers and other police officers because one of the people that brought up this complaint was an undercover police officer who has only named by their initials, it goes to show you that the proper procedures do happen inside the Saint Louis police department. It goes to show you that they go the extra effort to make sure things were done properly. I think this should be proof for the people that look at this not as a way to condemn the Saint Louis police department, but to say, well, maybe they are doing things the way they're supposed to maybe when there are complaints. They take him seriously. Maybe when there are very serious allegations. They rise to the level of the fads in. They let them do it to make sure there is no no apparent. Any improper way that the department has conducted themselves. So you can find this at Molex dot com. And I don't think this will satisfy anyone I think the critics are going to use this as justification is say they've always been right? I think they're gonna point at this report. And they'll say see this goes to show you this happens all the time c c c they finally got caught. They just just this time. They got caught all the other times. They didn't too bad. They all the so this is what they'll point at. But what I'm going to say as a defense here is that this shows the system is working for the Saint Louis police department and chief Hayden is showing that they're not allowing these sort of incidences to happen under their watch also shows that they're going to go through the proper channels to make sure if there is something improper that what they're going to do is correct. And make sure that people are held accountable. And I think that's what we should ask of any police department. What do you think though, three one four four three six seventy nine hundred or eight hundred nine to five eleven twenty. So the victim was a twenty two year old veteran department dressed as a civilian among the protesters to recording document any criminal activity that he might see the arrested officers accused of violating the undercover officers constitutional, right by unreasonable force throwing him to the ground and kicking his striking him while he was not posing a threat to anyone. I do know that when there is protests, and there are people that are violent around you. Sometimes you're grouped in with them in associated with them. And even though police officers are out there and getting pelted with rocks in urine bombs, and whatever they're becoming targets in. They don't exactly know. Who's throwing what and doing what? Sometimes they make mistakes. And it's important that if there are mistakes there looked into and they are held accountable for those mistakes. I think the portion of mishandling the officers could have looked at that. And said this was a mistake. But then they went a step further. According to this indictment. They tried to cover it up, and they tried to get rid of evidence, which was a cell phone. That was a major mistake. And that was a huge reason why I think the penalties are going to be so severe for them. Three one four four three six seventy nine hundred. I want to get a little bit more into that coming up, and if you want to sound off on this too. So when these protests happened, and I've witnessed them, and I've watched them outside my window. We saw a lot of it here right through downtown Saint Louis right outside of our building. I walked into the parking garage in witnessed the staging area. Where police were watching protesters. I've witnessed protesters walk down are very street as they went from the police headquarters to the downtown area. And I witnessed some interesting things I witnessed some of the protesters actually moving barricades to make sure that no one gets hurt. Like they were when they were crossing a street. They wanted to make sure no car was gonna come and collide with them. And you know, they're they're being really smart in the way they were traveling on escort. And of course, I watched protesters from the same window. Go down yelling terrible slurs at the police and throw things at them. And I've seen the police use great restraint. I've seen. Both sides of this right from the same window. It's a crazy time when you see these protests. It's unpredictable times things that you cannot defend is if you try to cover this up, you try to lie in you tried to remove evidence, or delete whatever and destroy evidence. That's a that's a huge huge red flag in that some of the evidence that they found in this case. All right, three one four four three six seventy nine hundred it's overnight America camel accident, the.

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"christopher myers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Four forty nine degrees downtown at the arch the full forecast in ninety seconds homicide. Detectives are on the scene right now in the Hamilton heights neighborhood of north Saint Louis police say a man called them just before nine and told them he shot another man it happened on Arlington between MLK and page. Officers say the victim was dead when they arrived a federal indictment accuses three Saint Louis city. Police officers have beating and undercover colleague during 2017 protests, eight 2017 protests and conspiring to cover it up a fourth officers accused of helping cover up the crime. The US department of Justice on Thursday announced the indictments of officers. Dustin Boone, Randy Hayes, Christopher Myers and Bailey Coletta all four suspended without pay. Last summer. We told you about a mystery buyer negotiating a takeover family arena from Saint Charles county. The deal is now off why? We asked county director of finance Bob schnurr when it came time to really put the consideration forward for the deal that party was unable to do. So Schnur says the county plans to continue to own operate the arena unless someone comes forward with an offer will well listen to us, but we are not actively seeking buyers for the arena at this time. And don't really envision that in the future. He says the arenas financially stable for the county. But wouldn't say it makes money for them? Looking at the forecast, cloudy skies tonight, areas of fog and a stray shower low of thirty five four tomorrow areas of fog in the morning, otherwise cloudy, high of fifty rain expected tomorrow night, it is forty two degrees in Saint Charles forty four and Edwardsville forty nine downtown at the arch. I'm Brad showed Cam wax. News time ten oh six..

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"christopher myers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Indicted and the chief reacts good evening. I'm Brad showed. Komo news time eight oh three. It is fifty degrees downtown at the arch the full forecast coming up at eight. Oh, six federal charges filed against four Saint Louis. Police officers in connection with the Stockley protests of two thousand seventeen. This is Kevin Colleen during the mass arrests downtown uniform Saint Louis police officers accidentally arrested in one of their own an undercover cop embedded with the protesters. The indictment accuses officers. Dustin Boone, Randy Hayes and Christopher Myers of beating and kicking him when he offered no resistance a fourth officer Bailey Coletta is accused of lying to a federal grand jury to try to cover it up all four now suspended without pay face. The possibility of prison time if convicted Kevin Kelly NewsRadio eleven twenty km kmox. The Saint Louis police chief is expressing his deep disappointment. And the indictments saying in a statement, the officers must be held to the highest standard of professionalism, and he expects him to abide by the very same laws. They are sworn to uphold as they have an ethical obligation to the citizens of the community. And he wants to ensure the community is department will continue to be open honest and transparent in the commitment to make the city of Saint Louis, a safer place for all. To live work and visit family members of one of two men killed during a Saint Louis county police chase this August in Berkeley tougher punishment for the two officers involved. They're appearing at a news conference with the family. Civil rights activists Akiba Rudy said the officers should be criminally charged violated the policy of using good judgment, first and foremost and leaving the scene of the accident without rendering any type of a again that speaks to the moral. Bankruptcy of those two officers involved in the family wants to now fired officers to face criminal charges and be decertified. So they can't work as police and other towns, the Saint Louis county police officers association says the officers did the right thing pursuing a car that had made numerous and life threatening driving violations in business news while air which was on the brink of shutting down gets a last minute investment to keep it flying into go partners, investors, and low cost airlines like Denver's frontier and Mexico. Villares is purchasing. Wow. At previous deal to be bought by Iceland air fell through. This means passengers don't have to worry about getting stranded at wiles hub in Reykjavik Iceland. But for now, at least is still scheduled to end Saint Louis service, January seventh.

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"christopher myers" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Ed Burke, city council finance committee and left the building quietly as we know the FBI can be sneaky here thrall after hours of collecting documents and computers in Berks third floor office, suite agents slipped out of egg door this week of the finance committee. Officers headed down to the second floor and out of city hall as reporters sat outside bricks office up on the third floor. Meantime, Burke, reportedly told FOX thirty two news that this is not the first time. He's been investigated by the feds that nothing came of in the past and that he will cooperate again with the feds this time. So it Burks trying not to sound worried at city hall Bill Cameron, DOJ less Chicago man, who witnessed the two thousand fourteen fatal shooting of black teenager Liquan McDonnell gave a version of events that contradicts. What three officers wrote in their report Jose Torres testified today in the officers trial there charged with lying. Protect officer Jason Van Dyke. The officers wrote in their reports that MacDonald lunch and dyke with a knife. The team was carrying Torres says that's not what he saw dyke was convicted of second degree murder last month. Three Saint Louis. Police officers have been indicted for allegedly beating an undercover colleague during 2017 protests and along with the fourth officer conspiring to cover up the crime, the US department of Justice announced the indictments of officers. Dustin Boone, Randy Hayes, Christopher Myers and Bela Coletta all four are suspended without pay. The indictment follows an FBI investigation requested last year by Saint Louis police September two thousand fifteenth acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley set off weeks of protests Stockley who was white was found guilty in the twenty eleven death of was found not guilty. That is in the twenty th death of a black suspect Anthony Lamar Smith, a suburban democratic state lawmaker is apologizing after saying she wanted one of her Republican colleagues and his family to die are John Dempsey with that two days ago, as we go democratic state rep. Stephanie kipah with denounced Lombard Republican Peter Breen saying she hopes that he dies along with his family. I would like to make him a broth of legionella and pump it into the water system of his loved one. Now Kiffa with say, she's sorry. I would never wish any harm or mortality on anybody's family. And that includes the brain family and anybody else's this morning. Peter Breen till John. And Ray on WLS. He accepts her apology. I know folks were saying, well, you know, her apology wasn't sincere. I think for for everyone's sake, I'm accepting it, but Breen also called for an end to dangerous divisive political rhetoric. John Dempsey WLS AM eight nine thousand eight WLS news time six oh three. A look at the roads. If you're traveling on the Edens out to lake cook, we're looking at a twenty five minute trip. Inbound.

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"christopher myers" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The storm has passed the one positive note about Gordon is that it's moving relatively fast. But here in Biloxi, the next twenty four hours will carry threat of heavy rain storm surge flooding and tornadoes today was the first day of judge Brett Kavanagh's, President Trump supreme court Justice nominee confirmation hearing after hours of hearing from senators on the Senate Judiciary committee cavenaugh Gaby's opening statement, judge Brett Kavanagh's opening statement touched on a variety of topics. He thanked the president for the nomination his family for their support. And also described effort he's made to help women and minorities majority of my forty eight law clerks have been women more than a quarter of my law clerks have been minorities. Cavanaugh also thanked his mother who is also a judge. But in her twenties taught in. In predominantly black public schools in DC, Kevin says that taught him to show equality for all Americans. Stephanie Ramos, ABC news, Capitol Hill. Meghan, McCain praising former Senator John Kyle's willingness to go back to the Senate and replace her father who died of brain cancer last month. She says she can think of no one better to keep fighting for the country and state he held so dear the ruby slippers stolen from the Judy Garland museum in Grand Rapids. Minnesota in August of two thousand five have been found the FBI and other agencies made that announcement this afternoon. The slippers were one of several payers worn by garland in the landmark nineteen thirty nine movie the wizard of Oz. Only four pairs are known to exist. US Attorney Christopher Myers in Minneapolis says they're still looking for the suspects have a lot of work to do this is an ongoing investigation. So we won't talk about the facts of our investigation. Authorities say last year someone approached the company that ensured the slippers saying they had info on the shoes. But it was determined. They were. Just trying to extort the shoes owners after a year long investigation. The shoes were recovered in an undercover operation in Minneapolis..

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"christopher myers" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"And at mentioned attracting a chris but doesn't that use the butter on the topping use oil use need snag cooking oil you okay i've tried coconut oil but then it gives it a really strong coconut flavor in view which may work on some things but in other pies at this royle the problem is it'll bake up like a short brighter a cookie italy ferry paris not going to be flaky or you can use a graham cracker stock crust i guess you'd use oil instead of butter bow tie into packer already has utter injured definite yeah you have to get a vegan graham cracker and i'm sure there are some anyway tried the egg replaces but i would definitely go with a cookbook and i would start with someone you know who's done baking books because they've already done a whole trial and error situation that's what yeah yeah okay thank you thank you bye mm you're listening to military radio on your host christopher kimbell coming up next by conversation with joint chang she's founder of boston's flower bakery also cohen her of the restaurant myers and czech after the break this is mostly radio i'm christopher kimbell many years ago join chang call to ask me about opening a bakery in boston's south and i gave her and enthusiastic thumbs up not because i thought it was necessarily good business idea but because i personally wanted to could bakery nearby so i could buy doughnuts cookies quashed saw and coffee joann opened in are pretty tough neighborhood she lived above the store but she made such a success of flour that she opened many more in the years to follow she also open an asian restaurant with her husband christopher myers called meyerson chang her latest cookbook is myers in chiang at home and it was just published join are you i'm great to see you nice to see you we met on the phone in 1999 i was living in the south end of boston a whisker square you called me and said should i opened a flower bakery in washington street in i remember what i said i was very enthusiasts his secret.

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"christopher myers" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"christopher myers" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"This is most your radio from iraq's i'm your host christopher kim dan dan is when the workers in the field would get fed by somebody who would come through with the long poll with two buckets one on either end of the poll and the noodles are in one bucket and then the sauces and the other and the key to successful dente needles is to make sure that the sauce is super super flavor full because otherwise he did too much sauce join chang is owner of the bostonbased bakery cafe flowers wells cofounder of the restaurant myers chang with her husband christopher myers she uses her degree in applied mathematics in her left food to make money and also to make her customers happy but before we get to my conversation with joann i'm speaking with bradley owning please the kitchen manager opponent t also hosted the web series it's alive with brad which is all about fermentation so let's just start with the obvious question which is what is firm affirmative action is where you taken a vegetable and you're either adding some water to it or some salter some spices but essentially what you're doing and this is something that's been happening for as long as people have been cooking food to my knowledge is it used to just be a method of preservation before refrigeration by your essentially controlling the rot of vegetables and our bodies are geared to wear that actually as beneficial to us so our pickle vegetables for meant it or is that is pickling different than from anticipation yeah.

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