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Outcry in New York after police force protester into unmarked van
"A video that has gone viral shows undercover officers, arresting a protester and tossing her into an unmarked minivan and chips of a pay last night. Some city officials are concerned and demanding answers. WCBS is Marla Diamond is joining us live with more And Michael. The video shows plainclothes police, forcing a young woman into an unmarked van here, a 25th street and second having you Mike Laster was among the protesters who watch the scene unfold. He spoke to CBS to Andi grabbed the changes in the woman and flee down, trying to separate myself from the officer and a protest alone My hands and stuff. After the incident, the NYPD explain the use of the unmarked van, saying the warrant squad uses unmarked vehicles to effectively locate wanted suspects if they had used a marked vehicle. The suspect may have fled. He also said on Twitter that the protester was wanted for spray painting over cameras in and around City Hall Park during protests there, and they say it was anything but a peaceful protests last night, with seven officers injured by thrown rocks and bottles for were injured so seriously, they were treated at a local hospital. Mayor deBlasio has yet to address the incident. But both the City Council speaker and public advocate tweeted last night that they are very disturbed at what they saw. They have both called for an investigation and we're
NYPD uses unmarked van to arrest woman accused of damaging police cameras
"Be the NYPD warrant squad that took a woman into custody issue was walking with protesters threw Kips Bay Tuesday afternoon, prompting some in the crowd to believe she'd been abducted since those who grabbed her. We're not in uniform, and she was forced into an unmarked grave minivan, CBS two's Jessica Layton spoke with a protester near the scene, a 25th and second Avenue, trying to separate myself from the office on a protest when he threw his bike. I just put a little in my hands. The stuff between the men in plain clothes and the unmarked Van Laster and others say it looks like a kidnapping. But the NYPD says the woman they arrested 18 year old Nicky Stone was wanted for spray painting the lenses of six police cameras during separate criminal incidents in and around City Hall Park. Police also say this squad uses unmarked vehicles to find wanted suspects, adding the arresting officers were assaulted with rocks and bottles. City Comptroller Scott Stringer took to Twitter to demand answers, as did public advocate Germany, Williams and Council manner. Councilmember Carlina Rivera, The NYPD offered an explanation on Twitter. Hours later, around 9 p.m.
New York Police Clear Occupy City Hall Encampment, Mayor Says ‘Health And Safety Issues Were Growing’
"After the city Hall Park encampment was dismantled. Protesters marched to City Hall, but we're forced to disperse when met by police not occupy city Hall. Protests that went on for a month no longer exists after police staged a predawn operation, clearing everyone out. Able to use. CBS reporter Steve Burns described a scene about 90 minutes after it was over over What What What had had had had been been been been an an an an encampment encampment encampment encampment filled filled filled filled with with with with people. people. people. people. Tense Tense Tense Tense signs signs signs signs is is is is now now now now just just just just an an an an empty empty empty empty plaza plaza plaza filled filled only only with with graffiti graffiti over over pretty pretty much much every every available available surface. surface. Sanitation Sanitation crews crews methodically methodically put put everything everything into into garbage garbage trucks. trucks. Now Now getting getting to to work work on on that that graffiti. graffiti. People People in in the the encampment encampment woke woke up up right right around around 3 3 32 32 police police wearing wearing helmets helmets with with shields, shields, telling them to get out or get arrested. NYPD chief of Operations race, Bonilla says it went smoothly. We felt the time had come to end occupation and allowed cleanup crews to begin the proper process of removing the graffiti. He says. They gave an advanced warning of atleast 10 minutes. Demonstrators here tell me this is direct evidence off. What they're protesting. What we saw here today was nothing short of No freedom. No Justin. The NYPD tells us seven arrests were made outside City
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"For parts of Staten Island, Essex Hudson, Passaic Union County until seven PM, anywhere between 90 to 140 strikes of lightning per minute per minute. And that's just in the area of line. The line of thunderstorms that runs from the lower sections of Westchester County on down through the city and into all of the state of New Jersey. Unfortunately tomorrow same thing, with highs again, up around 90 degrees. CBS Evening News is next. If we follow these stories, governor Cuomo says he made a pact with President Trump to chat before the president sends any federal officers to New York City crews scrubbed graffiti off City Hall Park After the NYPD moved out. Protesters camped out there for a month. California now has more Corona virus cases than New York. New York still has the most covert 19 deaths by far. Good evening. I'm Michael Wallace. The CBS Evening News is next WCBS news time. 6 30 Tonight, the warning from Dr Anthony she that the corona virus may never be fully eradicated. So what does that mean for the development of a vaccine, as companies say they could manufacture the 1st 100 million doses by December Plus California surpasses New York in Corona virus cases. The nation's most populous state. It's a single day record hub of espionage in U. S orders China to close its Consulate in Houston Accusing the Chinese of stealing scientific secrets. China vows to retaliate and sets fires Were they destroying evidence? Campaign 2020 America decides Joe Biden Call's the president's response to Corona virus racist as he reunites with former President Barack Obama. Trump in a video our interview with Bill Gates. How will know of a vaccine works and couldn't home covert tests to be on the horizon. Concern for Kanye Performers. Erratic behavior has friends and family worried Tonight. Kim Kardashian speaks out for the first time because of the stigma and misconceptions about mental health on Remember the story of a retired Marine who caught a toddler thrown from a burning building. Well, tonight. What the community is doing took Thank him reporting stations. Good evening and thank you for joining us. We're going to begin with some breaking news. California now exceeds every state in the U. S in Corona virus cases, including the pandemics original epicenter New York. With the number of infections growing and the death toll rising nationwide. Tonight, the nation's leading infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, is issuing a sobering warning the virus never be fully eradicated. Now in an effort to at least get it under control. Several more states, including Ohio, Indiana and Minnesota, as well as the cities of Baltimore and Washington, D C. Said they would mandate Mass be worn nearly all of the time in public, and the NFL now says when it allows fans back into stadiums, they'll be required to wear masks too. And tonight the U. S government says it will pay in nearly $2 billion to two pharmaceutical companies in exchange for 100 million doses of the vaccine. It's still under development. Now, if it works, the administration says Americans would be given that vaccine for free or at an affordable price. So as we come on the air tonight, the virus has killed more than 142,000 people in the U. S, and confirmed cases now top 3.9 million. That's more than one out of every four cases in the world. There's a lot of reporting to get to tonight and our team of correspondents is standing by to cover it. All. CBS is Manuel Bohorquez is going to lead us off tonight from Miami. Good evening, Nanny. Good evening, Nora. 10 hospitals here in Miami Dade County. Report having one or no adult icy, you beds available. Given the situation in the state late this afternoon, the governor appeared.
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"City Hall Park when they clash with anti police protestors. Protestors began hitting the police with sticks for cops suffered hand and head injuries, including chief Terrance Monahan. More than three dozen protesters were arrested. In fact, at least six of them were charged with felony assault. The clergy eventually prayed at City Hall Park, Joseph Mole, says the anti cop protesters have to listen to reason their own. You need lore enforcement and Daniel said prayer is needed to end the violence. That last man white man policeman, five department matter So protest is not not the answer. Why not the prayer? Try it. 129 US to get Carol D'Auria 10 10 wins at City Hall Park. Mayor Blasio today signed a serious of police reform our late than never. That's according to advocate Reverend Kevin McCall, who was with Mayor de Blasio, taking the first steps toward police reform. It is very significant to sign a bill that should have been passed awhile before, but we thank God we didn't have done now. Bear DiBlasio signed six bills key among them. Making it a crime for cops to use chokeholds a measure somewhere calling for since the death of Eric Garner and never should have happened, and it should never ever happen again. The PBA says. This just duplicates laws passed in the state and vilifies police officers protecting their communities. Darius ran CIA. Stanton wins News Twitter says it is investigating a major hack Attackers are targeting some of the biggest names in politics, business and entertainment, including Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. These are accounts with millions of followers. Now the scam Tweet went out, asking people to send money to a Bitcoin wallet. Now it's unclear at this point how many people have fallen victim to this scam, But it does appear right now that already hundreds of transactions have have taken place on this account totaling over $100,000 responded Mary Bruce. President Trump has rolled back and Nixon era environmental law, which he says stifles infrastructure projects. We just completed an unprecedented I don't want to say it's absolutely unprecedented. Top to bottom overhaul should have been done years ago. Of the infrastructure approval process. This approval process that is Cause Trillions of dollars over the years for our country and delays like you wouldn't believe The 1970 law required federal agencies to consider whether a project would harm the air, land, water or wildlife and gave the public the right of review and input. Researchers.
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"Their prayer rally at City Hall Park. Or than three dozen protesters were arrested. Among those in the prayer rally were retired members of the police Sergeants Benevolent Association like retired Sergeant Phil Kelly. Well, I I feel the only answer is God now, I mean, Because the politicians can't seem to do anything. And I think the only way to go is to pray to God that something changes because The world is changing, and it's just a disgrace. The rally was intended to pray to stop the violence and the recent increase in shootings and homicides. Carol D'Auria tent and winds at City Hall Park. Investigators say a man who was shot and killed by police in Morris Township Tuesday was holding a gun. Police responded to a call about a domestic disturbance at a home on Fairchild Avenue. The dead man has been identified as 24 year old Timothy O'Shea of Morris Township, according to NJ dot com. The shooting is under investigation for the first time in this pandemic, doctors say a newborn With Corona virus was infected by the mother while still in her womb. The baby boy was born in March in a Paris hospital. The 23 year old mother was admitted to the hospital with severe coffin fever. She tested positive for covert 19 and doctors in France say the infection was passed to the baby from the mother through the placenta. Baby developed inflammation of the brain shortly after being born. He has since recovered and has been released from the hospital. There have been some cases of newborns testing positive with the virus but inconclusive whether the mother infected the baby after it was born. Doctors in Paris now say this case is proof the virus can be spread in vitro. I'm Jim Rupe. Two of America's biggest retailers are making masks mandatory inside of their stores. Wal Mart and Sam's Club will start requiring masks at stores and clubs nationwide starting Monday of next week, according to WalMart executives, about 65% of more than 5000 of their stores and clubs or in areas where there is some form of government mass mandate. They hope their requirement will provide consistency and all Wal Mart and Sam's stores best buy in Starbucks, also putting mass requirements and Place. That's correspondent Clayton Devil Winds News Time, 10 45 concerns about the Mets ace Jacob deGrom. He left an inter squad game because of tightness in his bad collective breath Holding continues at Citi Field and beyond. Following the update this afternoon on Mets ace Jacob deGrom from manager Louise RoHaas. He did come the facility this morning and met with the Performance staff, So we're day today we're waiting on results is getting an Emory today and we'll be waiting on the results.
NYPD Chief Monahan among injured in New York City protests; dozens arrested
"Will stop the violence. But at the end of the thing, it was, well, everything but a big scuffle in Lower Manhattan, which left several police officers, including a police chief with minor injuries. Mars included community leaders and clergy on their way to a prayer rally. But the march took a detour if you will, 10 10 wins reporter Carol D'Auria Tonight Prayer rally was was organized organized by by clergy clergy members members from from Brooklyn, Brooklyn, some some elected elected officials officials and and the the Police Police Sergeants Sergeants Benevolent Benevolent Association. Association. It It started started out out peacefully peacefully as as they they walked walked across across the the Brooklyn Brooklyn Bridge Bridge with with a a police police escort. escort. But But as as they they got got closer closer to to City City Hall Hall Park, Park, they they were were met met by by counterculture counterculture protesters. protesters. People People who who want want to to defund defund the the police. police. They They fought fought with with police police officers officers hitting numbers. Dicks and throwing nuts and bolts of three police officers suffered head injuries. Chief of the department Terrence Monahan had one of his fingers broken. 38 Protestors were arrested in all clergy, then continue to walk around City Hall Park, where they finally prayed on Broadway. They prayed prayed to to stop stop the the shootings shootings and and with with that, that, god god For For those those of of us us who who are are here here today today that that is is pray pray for for those those who who have have departed departed those those who who have have become become victims victims to to assess assess his his body's one creature said radical prayers will bring about radical results. Harold, You're 10 10 wins at City Hall Park. Meantime,
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"Want to defund the police. Rather, they were praying for the police. They were even praying for the protesters that they would see the light. And so after this skirmish on the bridge, the clergy, people and their supporters walked to a city hall park. And and that's where they had their rally and the beaches in their prayers, and that was pretty much it lasted for a few hours, and it is now dying down narrow. The Ori attention wins live outside City Hall Park all of this following another 13 shootings in 10 incidents around town last night, including six victims in Crown Heights, where one person died. Married. Blasio today unveiled a plan to deal with the violence in Brooklyn. Specifically, he calls this the Central Brooklyn Violence Prevention plan, which starts Friday, and includes an increased police presence in the 77th and 79th Precinct. You're also going to see a community effort It's going to make a huge impact called occupy the hot spots, and that's a specific effort on Friday and Saturday in seven locations in central Brooklyn to go where the problems have been, And with that Human presence that community presence stop the violence led by the Cure Violence. Movement of Crisis management system that has done so much to diffuse violence and stop it before it starts Abets Die Anti Gun Violence Task force will hold its first meeting next week. Mayor says he will sign the new police reform laws in about an hour. He's doing it in the Bronx at the site of one of the city's new black lives matter murals. The legislation includes the controversial choke hold ban. Police Department leaders have said the bills would weaken cops amid a major spike in crime. In Las Vegas. The new policy is being called a bridge between the badge and the community. It's really community policing, because really members of the community get directly involved with police. Our correspondents are trained. They are vetted. Pastor Troy Martinez is the founder of Recap. Rebuilding every community around piece, he tells Las Vegas is KS envy TV that the trained community non uniformed volunteers called co responders. In some instances, respond with police to calls because in some instances, victims or witnesses don't want to talk with police was corresponding er's bring down the emotions and the anger. It's Vegas, Metro says. Since the department has adopted the program gang retaliation, shootings have dropped significantly, and homicide solve rates are above.
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"Parenti, a Bloomberg one kind of business you wouldn't expect is benefiting from the Corona virus pandemic. Wins news time. 1 41 Traffic and transit here's Greg race, but we go right to what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels Queens bound Throgs Neck for getting rid of a breakdown that's bunched everybody up to the Bronx, the Queens bound side of the white Stoner R F K. They do better at this hour inbound. Georgia could go cross Bronx by far the worst way out West side, the better of it. Lincoln Tunnel and Holland Tunnel both in pretty decent shape. So far, here's what we see on Long Island's Big three a lot of construction, causing issues. Westbound L Y is a mess kit over to Shelter Rock Road Right now. That's the roofing repair work blocks of westbound northern stay better through. That's Reggie's found the Long Island Expressway all tied up in route to 1 10 to Lane's air down along that stretch for construction. The eastbound northern state. Not a truck. Better that away as well. Southern state starting a bunch of bees bound for America Avenue, Right on out to the Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway, The westbound between Brooklyn tied up to canned applause of the outbound. Go on. It's extra tough. Already. Fort Hamilton Parkway down to the Arizona because of work on bolts, Staten Island bound levels. I'm Greg Rice or next report of 1 51 on 10 10 wins. A prayer rally turned violent today in the Brooklyn Bridge, and a higher up in the NYPD is among those injured. Let's go live to our Carol D'Auria. Well, let's talk about the injury. Susan, chief of the department parents, Monahan at his finger broken today on the class that developed on the Brooklyn Bridge. Another police officer had his head cracked open for a counter culture protesters hitting the police with six and throwing nuts and bolts at the police as they walked off the bridge. Now the police were on the bridge in the first place because they were escorting a group of clergy, people and their supporting these people of faith Church people. They recording them on a walk across the bridge and as they're coming across the bridge best when these counter protesters came onto the bridge from the Manhattan side, And that's when the class developed And as I said the police the counter protesters were hitting the police with sticks and bolts and nuts. At least three police officials were injured. 37 protesters were arrested on the bridge and then another person arrested on Broadway near City Hall Park. Rally by the clergy. People was to pray to stop the violence. They love the police department. They support the police. They do not want to defund the police. Rather, they were praying for the police. They were even praying for the protesters that they would see the light. And so after this skirmish on the bridge, the clergy, people and their supporters walked to a city hall park. And and that's where they had their rally and the beaches in their prayers, and that was pretty much.
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"O'clock. I'm Larry candor, and here's what's happening. Aah! March today Against Gun Violence meets resistance at the Brooklyn Bridge. More than a dozen people arrested cops make a gruesome find an apartment on East House in ST of Tech entrepreneur in pieces. Judge says reporters can view police body cam videos from the George Floyd killing, but they can't publish them. If you want Kanye West to be president. You'll have to write him in. He's decided not to run After all. 10 wins AKI Weather Partly cloudy high today 83 This's Andrew Rodeo. Bloomberg Wall Street moves from aggressive rally following strong Kobe vaccine test results to caution as China hints at sanctions against the US the Dow Up 70 Eights wins news time. 12 01 from 10 10 wins Traffic center. Here's my own, Levinson. Well, we're looking at quite the messy rise your traveling in the Bronx This afternoon, We started the deacon on the north bound side justice. You're perching Yankee, Stevie, and there's a breakdown. Take out the left lane. And then you got that construction to contend with. That is from the Yankee Stadium makes it all the way up to the county line. A roving construction closing that left length as we turn our attention to the hutch. That's gonna be a slow ride as well due to construction in the North bound site. Just as you're approaching the Westchester County line Construction have just have some various lanes close into Queens. We've got construction delays on the eastbound. He just says you're approaching the Grand Central and then on both directions down the Grand Central as your approach to the Kew Gardens entertained, you do construction, closing one lane. And here's what we see on Long Island's Big three construction along the east from Sunnyside Boulevard, Huntington and then on the westbound side from Willis. Advocates of 37 right at Lakeville Road, the northern say the Southern state are doing Okay. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels out found George Washington Bridge. At least a 30 minute delay delay the construction work, the Lincoln All the Holland Tunnels moving much better on my AMA sit on to 10 which After another night of gunplay in which 13 people were shot and one died. Clergy, community leaders and politicians are participating in a protest. It started in Brooklyn and marched to City Hall Park. But the demonstrators met resistance at the Brooklyn Bridge. Our Carol D'Auria has details in this live report. Larry, this is really a prayer rally where people are praying to stop the violence. So as you said they didn't walk over the bridge, and when they came over the Brooklyn Bridge, that's where they met counter protesters. So the people on the bridge when clergy members and their supporters but at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge at Northern City Hall Park, you have a City. These counter culture people wanted to believe it was a little bit of a clash. At that point right there. I saw at least 15 people in handcuffs, and so at that point clergy on the people with his peaceful rallies to stop the violence. They continue off the bridge and around City Hall Park, the southern end of City Hall park away from the counter protesters, and they are now in the park. I'm on the Broadway side.
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"De Blasio is slamming the protesters occupying City Hall Park after they got into a heated standoff with police overnight. Look, a protester who says vile, nasty things to a police officer is degrading their own movement. Protester who writes nasty, violent phrases on a public building is degrading their own movement, especially a public building, named after our first African American mayor. I mean, get it together, people. If you want a protest for change, do it in a peaceful, respectful manner. And I really believe that the people a city respect, peaceful protest. They do not respect violence. They did not respect Integration of others. The protestors put up barricades, taunted police and vandalized buildings just hours after the city slashed nearly $1 billion from the NYPD budget. They wanted the city to cut more. Well. The city's new budget includes a planned ticket blitz, a City council source told the Post. The NYPD is going to reassign 75 workers in its traffic enforcement division to ticket writing duties to counter the fiscal effects of the Corona virus crisis. A source said Beefing up enforcement should boost revenue from tickets to his high as $596 million during fiscal year 2021. Governor. Lamont is urging people in Connecticut to stand up to racism after two white men were arrested in Manchester for harassing and chasing three black teenagers on bicycles. We need to stand up each and every day for justice and decency and respect, Blame me. We're going to do what we can Eyes, government officials to make sure you know that we hear your voice, but We can't get anything done unless we change. The heart can't get anything unless we stand up for justice, stand up for decency and stand up for black lives matter. Lamont also went went after President Trump saying he needs to stand up. Amon says he thinks President Trump is willing to stand up for Confederate statues but wouldn't lose any sleep if the statue of Liberty was knocked off her pedestal. WCBS news time is 7 21 CBS.
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"Never more than 15 minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good afternoon. I'm Lynda Lopez. Three things to know 5 15 1 Indoor dining will not resume as part of phase three of the cities reopening on Monday because of concerns it would lead to a surge in Corona virus cases. To the federal control board that oversees Puerto Rico's finances, has approved a new budget that largely suspends the austerity measures and government cuts that were in place for one year as the island struggles to recover from hurricanes, earthquakes and now the pandemic. And 33 storey building in Brooklyn collapsed this afternoon, and NYPD spokesperson tells WCBS the building was vacant. There are no reports of injuries. As of now, the collapse happened around for 30 near the intersection of Union Street in Court Street. A partial stop work order had been issued for a failure to maintain the building. It appeared to be under construction. The F D N y NYPD D and Office of emergency management are all on the scene. Can expect delays through that area. Mayor De Blasio is slamming the protesters occupying City Hall Park after they got into a heated standoff with police overnight. Look, a protester who says vile, nasty things to a police officer is degrading their own movement. A protester who writes nasty, violent phrases on a public building is degrading their own movement, especially a public building, named after our first African American mayor. I mean, get it together, people. If you want a protest for change, do it in a peaceful, respectful manner. And I really believe that the people this city respect, peaceful protest. They do not respect violence, they did not respect Integration of others. The protestors put up barricades, taunted police and vandalize buildings just hours after the city slashed nearly $1 billion from the NYPD budget. They wanted the city to cut more. Well. The city's new budget includes a planned ticket blitz. Ah, City Council source told the Post. The NYPD is going to reassign 75 workers in its traffic.
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"Deedle and that great podcast again while he was on this week. Both does a tremendous job on this show at this time every Tuesday in certain weeks, even more than just one day a week. Hero cop, great actor and most importantly, just a long, long time friend of me and Bernie Here is our good buddy who was very angry when he texted me Saturday night. About what was going down in Harlem. Our dear friend, Beau deal. Good Morning Bowl. A good morning eyes. That part would myself Mayor Giuliani something. Listen to Goto One cup broadcast last one we did with Rudy and myself. And we talked a lot about what's going on in the country. We also give some answer to how we can straighten this out because it's a the only way to describe what's going on across the country, including our great city. Is a bold heading downhill. You know one thing that you said to me when he texted me on Saturday, the most commonly used two words Bo lately that is a lie. It's a lie. The most commonly used. Two words are Peaceful protest. I mean, if you watch what happened Saturday night, and it's happening quite often, I'm sure there will be some incidents down there by City Hall Park. But what's happening is You had police cars lined up along the street. They got calls the shots by. They're responding to help people because we do know the young man. You and young people getting shot, of course ofthe city, So they're responding to help people Now, do you wind up there to try to disperse the clouds crowd? Next time that happens, they start early bottles and bricks at the cops and stones and everything else and I've never seen in my heart and I was crying because of what I saw. The cops actually turned around and retreated from the mob. Is this really where we're going in America in this city, And now we have I called upon. I also reached out to the governor of New York. And you call me when you know we knocked him a lot. But that was the time to stand up. I understand about the nursing homes and all that, nor that problem He has with that right now. He has to realize. He is losing. He's the governor. He's losing the greatest city in the world to this moron and his moron wife and what we're doing right now is which is given in destroying I challenged him to get into an unmarked car and drive around New York City and see what New York City has turned into and what's happening Right now. There are defunding the police. First, they defunded the anticrime group. People go out. In the unmarked cars and they spot the trouble making the people with the guns. The people are out there. They're going to rob you thieves. The ones now you have gangs of kids running around. That open? Will they know one thing they can't get arrested, even if they get arrested. The cops don't want to get involved with him. And when they get arrested, there's no brain Juries and file And now with this new bell reform that governor I call upon the governor. He has Spend Bell reform and told us quite down because what's happening now is a person gets locked up involved with shooting. They'd bring him downtown. They released her right away. No bill Under this Nobel reform, there's so many days they have to present to a grand jury. One little problem. We don't have any great Juries operating right now downtown, so they have to release him. And they told you have to return on such such today. You promised you'd come back. What a damn joke. This is what's going on. And right now people of New York and all the so called leaders that want to be mayor. I called Eric Adams up over the weekend. So I said, Eric, you want to be the mayor here, you have to step up. You're a former war. What do you know what's going on? You know what I'm saying about the anti crime You know what's going on and again, TMU headlock, But let's say it like it is. I arrested thousands of people. Hundreds of them. I grabbed in a headlock. Get on the ground. Now. All of a sudden of a cop is called anywhere. India's someone's neck. You start young, so cold, so cold rub and the cock it It is not a damn local. We should have dealt with this beginning and nobody has dealt with it And it is outraged what he's going to shoot the person that's that's my thing is, if you're gonna lock somebody up, don't wrestle with him because it's ugly. Much of a face. That's the only way you're gonna avoid get locked up the cop. I mean, suspended and arrested as you just pointed out, locked up the cop, But in the meantime, Bo you have Ah, police in management. Do you have a Dermot Shea? You have Terrence Monahan, who took a knee. One detective wrote that that was the beginning of the end. When the detective What's his name? Monaghan. When the chief Monohan actually took the knee with the protesters, he said, That was the beginning of the end. That meant we were capitulating. We're submitting to the mob, and that's why I'm quitting. Yeah. You know what the other off the other office So they're the Inspector Brie. I believe his name is the Bronx up or he walked out, he says, I'm not going to be part of this. And you're not going. I have my time and I could die now you'd have cops walking out. Why would you want to be a police officer in New York City? Police bomb? Let's get real mean this an adequate person that calls himself the mayor right now he s list his budget. Course money problems, but he's flashing the buck. But the most important part of the budget are our police. Like I said, people what's gonna happen very soon. How you reached 911. And if you're the victim of a robbery right now, leave your name and your phone number in 3 to 5 working days. Someone will get back to you. You're going to be here. Is he slashing his security detail by any chance, like by two cops? Maybe. Well here. I got an idea. But a little that little round faced Little City Council. Idiot. Corey Johnson is my first cut. Let's cut the security on Big bird. What does he need all this security around? Let's cut the security on Corey Johnson. Let's cut the security When you have all these heads of always being driven around by top showbiz, let's start right there with the cut's big bird. You want to know something? You're great. And I'm gonna tell you something. I got something on you and I one day will be in person. I hope we meet while these laws a nice low because I tell you what Rodeo's got surprised you've missed him, eh? Oh, I'm not gonna hurt you. Too bad, but you need to be taught a lesson like my dad used to teach me when you're bad. When you're bad off you do wrong things. Daddy used to take your scrap. We'll put it in my butt. And you won't know I was. My father was here to do it to me because I needed it was a tough kid. He's handsome. What's keeping the community? I did talk about this for a long time opening up schools so the cops could become Big brother's interacting back and forth. Another answer instead of talking nonsense. You know what I'm for? Kid. Get locked up with 17 18 1920 2122. They're running with bed to run with gangs doing stupid things. And Bernie, you know you did stupid things when you during your court. My point is, what we have to do is be able to give them expunge their record. Expunge their record. If they stay out of trouble for 18 months, they get a job. Give them an opportunity that you don't have to hang on the street with these little punks. You don't have to run with them. We're going to give you another chance. And like the issues that we should be sitting down and I I told the governor Oh, Be part of this group and we get the issues on the table to stop the shooting to stop. You're not going to stop by defunding the police. You're not going to stop by not getting those guns off the street. Another answer. I reached out and I told Rudy I want the president to step on this..
Hundreds attend 'Occupy City Hall' protest in New York City to advocate for police department budget cuts
"Hundreds of protesters camped outside city hall demanding lawmakers slice the New York City police budget and campaigned in city halls park near lower Manhattan began forming earlier this week following weeks of street demonstrations sparked by the death of George Floyd it's part of the broader movement to de fund police departments around
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"The BBC radio dot com protesters are camping out of city hall park in lower Manhattan demanding a one point three billion dollar cut in the NYPD budget that's what's become known as AQI by city hall protesters plan to be there until the city budget is due next week but could stay longer if they're to funding demands aren't met the number of participants since the protests began on Tuesday has grown there are tables set up for food water a library and first aid station allows you along schools chancellor Richard Carranza's as more than a million students will resume school in September Carranza says due to culvert nineteen you can only have a certain amount of students in a confined space because of social distancing that means that you're going to have capacity issues to serve all of your people students and adults within any given of education reportedly thinking about staggering classes with students alternating between in person and remote learning Karaj adding anything you could imagine we're taking a look at the Murphy laying out details of the state's re opening planned for schools with the clover nineteen pandemic he made the point this isn't a one size fits all policy anyone's individual districts to begin meeting making their own plans now these restart plans will be done collaboratively at the local level with parents students staff and local associations and district leaders working together nothing should be left to the last minute guidelines include required social distancing in class and on buses face masks for staff at all times and for students when social distancing is impossible limited capacity within classrooms and.
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"What did the talking point for the mayor it's really work for us they marched across the Brooklyn Bridge saying demonstrations are important to create a shift that's a they'll be keeping the pressure on from inside the administration Michael **** says it will be on just the mayor officials Sonia Rincon ten ten wins at city hall park seventy two degrees partly cloudy in mid town wins news time eleven fifty one traffic transit here's Jeff Johnson and they are pretty quiet ride in that sound this point haven't seen the big demonstrations last one was at the grand army plaza they were on eastern parkway but they haven't heard anything lately so no no major problems affecting traffic as far as the A. demonstrations go rogue work that's a different story they were slow on the east bank Grand Central parkway right up by the cross island parkway here's what we see on a long island's big three there's some roving work on the L. I. eve the a big closures eastbound three lanes blocked between exit fifty eight and fifty nine then you're slow on the westbound side of the northern stay within the network and rosin road couplings are knocked out their southern state parkway moves well one in nine new Jersey does not south bend down towards South Street north is an accident and heavy traffic stop I know there was some lanes blocked northbound let's say that seven re open and seventy eight has some construction eastbound just past the garden state parkway balking at least Elena too and here's what you need to know about the bridge fell still busy at the George Anne and mount upper level over on the on your side and outbound on the apartments all jammed up delay started.
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"Ramapo voting bloc of plotting to take over the county the fact that the Republican Party decided to use my face hi this this video is why because in the orthodox religious Jew New York Attorney General Letitia James called the video deeply disturbing the Republican Party maintained this was never about religion it was really shining a light on the problem of over development and corruption and Ramapo spreading to other towns Republican county executive ed day took a look he determined the concerns raised about overdevelopment were accurate but the tone was unacceptable the video should be removed in new city Shawn Adams WCBS newsradio eighty welcome to Iowa sign in city hall park aims to grab mayor de Blasio's attention here's rich lamb in city hall park wielding ears of fresh corn and corn dogs on a stick a couple of comedians erected a green sign with white lettering reading welcome to Iowa Jason Selvig end of run Steve fuller acknowledge that yes they're very unofficial renaming of city hall as Iowa is a joke but claim it contains a kernel of truth here Stiegler people could come to Iowa to tell you how tired they are of the city's crumbling subway system or you could address the lack of affordable housing in New York City right here in Iowa or you know you like you can pick up the phone and call governor Cuomo and solve your feud right here in Iowa and the pair have smaller signs reading to Blasio.
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"Dollars and a seven day pass will be thirty three dollars up about three percent. The base metro card. Fair will stay at two seventy five but the bonus will be eliminated. Some unhappy. School bus drivers gathered in city hall park today to demand a better deal from the governor. Two thousand bus drivers mechanics and attended to work for reliant bus company could take a strike voters. Earliest Tuesday, they're demanding Cuomo signed a Bill that would put money in the state budget that would give them job and wage and benefit security. It's called an EP employee protection plan. These are workers who transports special needs children. Marie Pericles is one of the drivers is business pays our bills. This business. Our Szucs ran into the would guarantee that if a bus company goes out of business, the new bus company that replaces it will provide the same wage benefit and pension has the old bus company for Linux transports about fifteen thousand special needs kids every day, Carol Diori attention Williams at city hall park. President Trump says a navy seal accused of fatally stabbing in Iraqi war prisoner be moved to less restrictive confinement. While he awaits his day in court and a tweet this morning. Mr. Trump said special operations chief Edward Gallagher moved out of solitary confinement. Many and honor Revie's past service to our country Gallagher is accused of killing an ISIS fighter under his care and for shooting two civilians in Iraq. The president appears to be responding to a request from congressman the want the navy to review the conditions of Gallagher situation at the navy Brig in California. Wins. News time five fifty one. From the ramtruck traffic center. Here's rest Meyer. Here's what we see a long island's big three. We had into a.
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"It's ten twenty. Oh, Robin Leach there. Well, President Trump's private jet has been involved in a finger bender overlook Wadia. Nobody was hurt. Corporate jet was maneuvering into a parking spot this morning when it reportedly struck the wing of the president's parked Boeing seven fifty seven to these aircraft had sustained some damage. It seems to me that the one that was actually moving is the one that's going to be at fault, and they will be having to pay for the damage of the Trump aircraft CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chairman, Mark Rosenberger. And now, a local labor union is coming out against Amazon leading to the latest protest against the plan to bring that company does Long Island city, queens, Amazon. Bob's his come with familiar looking smile, but the cardboard box his here in city hall park have frowns in sinister-looking is Stuart Applebaum says that's because the company is anti-labour. Apple Bama heads retail. Worker's union Amazon's mistreatment and exploitation of workers is not welcome here. State Senator Michael, gene? Ours of queens. Agreed. He disputes governor Cuomo and mayor de Blasio's claim it's too late to change the agreement. The deal is not done. There's going to need to be approvals is going to need to be budget. Allocations is going to need to be additional things that happened before this is done. And if need be a legal challenge in city hall park Peterhead skull WCBS, NewsRadio eight.
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"People living on that one site in that very small area and they were poor people they were the unwanted they were criminals but also the british soldiers who were barrack there during the revolution because people didn't want the soldiers there either but there was so much going on in this very small area and people lived and died on that property and it's very much their story and how that has evolved and you know a also joke it's in city hall park is in a way the original nimby not in my backyard because as development was happening is more and more people were coming into new york city after the revolutionary war period development was moving and people were moving further up broadway on either side of city hall park and all of a sudden and people didn't want prisoners and the arms house these poor people right outside you know across the street from them so the city was looking for a new city hall they closed down the oldham's house and within twenty five years they essentially remake this property which used to be on the outskirts of the city and was a place to house the unwonted and they've converted into a icon befitting an international city within twenty five years so there's so much more to that story than just that's what i like best about city hall because it's a story that we're still seeing today as gentrification is happening is development is happening and people are moving on people don't want homeless shelters in their neighborhoods and this is something that was happening in the eighteenth century this episode is brought to you by slack glamorization hub for work whatever work edu slack is the program net net literally keeps late running we could not put out a website without it we all talk to each other how we organized around big news events it's we send files it also has a really strong gift and mogi game which is very important for team morale i highly suggest you go check it out so find out more at slack dot com if you're doing an excavation for a private developer not disown who happens to be on a historic site for instance who gets to keep the stuff you find how does that work.
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"The courthouse is situated in an area where there are a lot of homeless shelters and you also have a homeless encampment touching on the back the south side of the courthouse so that must be adding to the situation as well well there is an extraordinary amount of pressure on this area by a lot of different things we do have the most number of shelter beds i think in the city just immediately surrounding all really all site of the courthouse when individuals get out of shelter early in the morning and they don't have a place to go that puts have up pressure on the area we have twenty tenthranked next to the courthouse right now that are using the courthouse on the side of the courthouse and the park as a restroom and so the conditions from the annexation have really declined you talked about the police oversight of the area in your testimony today could you describe what you think is happening there and your concerns about the will of the concerns i think hard that we need to coordinate aidid respond and law enforcement not in the way that we use skipping law enforcement we're not gonna arrest our way out of the situation down in the old days that was the immediate response and i think we all recognize the tactic we're not asking law enforcement be present to make arrests were asking law enforcement kitty present deterrent too bad behaviour it frankly openair drug market in the prefontaine counting area and the city hall park on we ask law enforcement to be there to make people feel safe and we're also hoping that law enforcement will be there to partnership partner with human services agencies to ensure that appropriate outreach is provided did to people that are experiencing mental health crises and experiencing homelessness and law enforcement will be there to a fish and in situations that perhaps may not be completely safe hello human service providers when they are making those kinds of outreach we're talking at the presiding judge the king county superior court laura in wien you send your testimony to the council today that a courthouse should be as safe and welcoming place for all the when people are free to come to the court.
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"Groups marching against islamic law and antimuslim hate to the rallies encounter rallies are in two dozen communities around the nation and here in the city today with register and has a story on the local angle in this live report from city hall park yeah kathleen here lower manhattan we're going to see what's happening around the nation in microcosm a group calling itself nyc loves muslims will gather at city all park for a rally in march two foliage square where another group act for america stagich response against sharia it's a rally against muslim law aw betty say the eddie sharia stances a thinlyveiled cover freddie muslim bigotry in fact white supremacists have asked people to turn out nationwide and put out the message that muslims are not welcome in the us rogers star intent and wins live at city hall new york liver civil liberties union says president trump's antimuslim vitriolic emboldened the marchers but say they're so protected by the first amendment groups as it stands with the muslim communities for love and not hate weeds use tammy twenty three the justice department is seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit against president trump charging is businesses are leading to a constitutional violation i by jackie clean explains at eu she was a clause of the constitution we've says the president may not accept foreign gifts or payments without the consent of congress the trump organization does take in foreign money but maintained the clause does not apply to people who pay for a hotel room and the legal trouble doesn't stop with dad eric trump's charity foundation is under investigation by new york state attorney general to eric's neiderman and federal investigators are now looking to trump's soninlaw jared kushner for his involvement with russian president vladimir putin wednesday's 24 las vegas man has been arrested for threatening the attorney representing a racial discrimination lawsuit against fox news.