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Stabbing at U.K. Park Is Declared a ‘Terrorist Incident’

Kuhn's Cooking Hour

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Stabbing at U.K. Park Is Declared a ‘Terrorist Incident’

"British police say they are treating a stabbing rampage in a park that killed three people as a terrorist attack dean Haydon the UK's coordinator of terrorism and counterterrorism policing say counter terror detectives were taking over the investigation into the attack in the town of reading west of London three people were killed and three seriously wounded in stabbing some readings Forbury gardens park on Saturday evening a twenty five year old man is in custody here's Metropolitan Police assistant commissioner Neil Basu will lead the motivation for this horrific act

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London attacker was a convicted terrorist

Talking Real Money with Don McDonald and Tom Cock

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

London attacker was a convicted terrorist

"One day after two people were killed and three others hurt in an attack in London British authorities are continuing their investigation into the suspected attacker owes mon contra public or shared maybe five hundred images and videos with the investigation team so far that's Metropolitan Police assistant commissioner Neil Basu the twenty eight year old Khan had served time in prison for terror offenses he began his attacker group conference that was designed to help former prison inmates in two thousand eight his home was raided in a terror investigation any told the BBC at the time able to put a note in the system I am a terrorist

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U.K. police to investigate ambassador's leaked communications

KQED Radio Show

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

U.K. police to investigate ambassador's leaked communications

"British police have formally launched a criminal investigation into the leaking of diplomatic communications the trick of the resignation of Britain's ambassador to the United States in the confidential memos came down cold president trump administration inept don Johnson reports six days on from Sir Kim directs Frank assessments of the US president being splashed across the mail on Sunday the Metropolitan Police is now working out who handed them over talking about alleged criminal breaches of the official secrets act assistant commissioner Neil Basu said I am satisfied that there has been damage caused to U. K. international relations and that would be a clear public interest in bringing the person responsible to justice he also warns the publication of any more leaked documents could be a further criminal

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"AM nine seventy the end. So sponsored by twenty two Honda. Now, I was the other, you know, Arthur, maybe bring me one and I should avoid the Frank Sinatra avows aware like that caller that called you out before the show called remember that call about Frank Sinatra. I would've wore my Arthur ideal Frank Sinatra couplings, but so what I do when I'm on the road. And Lord knows I'm on the road constantly all us packing on Pango to hotel room. I go home for a few days. Stay with the kids. And then I started all over again. And now, these couplings are great they're blue and pink. And I love them, and they're great with a kind of a paisley kind of look when you put the pocket squaring. And I have a pink in kind of bluish. And now, I couldn't find these covering. So last night. I'm looking around I grab fine Decathletes. Now. I ready lost the other one of these. You know, it's. Dressing cow one day, just like go get a mohawk. Tommy bahama. I'm right Frank. You noticed Frank? Lately, I'm telling you. I'm just saying break. Always look sharp final charter revision commission hearing tonight. Now there wasn't. So are you accomplishing anything with this? Yes. I mean tonight. My hope is, you know, so they have all these hearings, and you have all these anti police protesters at all these hearings. Now, why what is that they want an elected civilian complaint review board with the power to punish the police. And so so far aside from these activists the only person they've heard from on the subject is me. So even one of the commissioners took me side after the hearings and says, you know, they've guys have sort of changed my view on. Yes. I'm hoping tonight has no no they've changed the other way because. Picture this all these black lives matter folks, all the folks in the socialist groups and everything and that's not my calling him. Socialist they call themselves socialist, urging an elected civilian complaint review board so picture. It's two hundred to one in terms of voices. Yeah. So far. I'm hoping Joe Borelli is going to testify tonight. I know he's gonna be in support of the police. I'm hoping that some other folks will come out and support the cops as well. Also because one of the Commissioner said why don't we just put it on the ballot which it's not even clear they have the legal authority to do. So I'm hoping more supporters of the police will come out to the college tonight and say we don't need to handcuff the police further. Additionally, they are likely to put on a question with respect to ranked choice voting which would be an important reform that I hope gets implemented. It is national police week. So we celebrate law enforcement everywhere posted that on my Twitter feed. So we always support if you're in. You know, one of the men and women of the NYPD. Thank you. Thank you jersey state police. We thank you Commissioner Neil doing such a great job current Callahan in jersey doing such great job at the New Jersey state police and all the local police officers who are doing such a great job. We celebrate national police weekend. Remember those lives lost in law enforcement. A Joe on the radio. There's a lot to get into today. Eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine ninety nine is our balance of nature phone line. Eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine and we're gonna go Anna brand is gonna join us momentarily for freedom were governor Murphy vetoes, what is this? What is about the scooters? What is? Governor Murphy signed electric, scooter regulation law right with that this Kuni regulate the speed of the scooters and things of that nature. The sensible thing have you ever if you're in Europe. That's all they have. When you're. In france. And then you hear this. El Chapo, the way is all over the place. So so I don't hear that in New Jersey. Is there something that should be regulated? Well, I think so. Major bikes scooters and stuff I think should be regulated because they don't they don't obey the laws half the time. These people look we had a woman on fifty seventh street in New York. She was hit by a bicyclist and ended up dying shell pay. Say they are supposed to obey the same as a car. Okay. So and they don't and they're racing by and they're causing lots of problems, according to the new legislation motorized scooters bikes that go twenty miles per hour slower now governed by the same rules as bicycles when it comes to all right? So this is Murphy is doing. Out everybody. Thing that he wants he wants to return the positive known and go to the news. I don't care. Now this. Bring back the the property rebate to middle class. But guess what the middle class for him? It's seventy five thousand if you make seventy thousand you're not gonna pay for that with a millionaires tax. No part of it is what a millionaire texting guess what he's gonna do in three years when everybody's getting that property revenge. Oh, we're going to raise the taxes. Another tax. Here's a property taxes, cut them. Cut them. Don't give these false rebates and all this nonsense. It's also cut taxes jersey, New York and non California people moving out seven thirty three Joe on the radio AM nine seventy answer. And we're coming right back. You know, we got a lot get to get into. And again, you could call eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine nine nine to a balance of nature phone line Annan, Brandon will join us the president of freedomworks. He was there at this great event last night and on I have to reiterate it and talk about it because I've never seen the word that was exciting Republican that they don't really go hand in hand this. Was an exciting. We publican event and you have to give NGO catch Matiz for doing a great job as head of the Manhattan. GOP? Great job last night. We'll get into it with that. When we come back seven thirty four big outstanding by not on his scooter. But he's got the news live and local on nine hundred seventy the answer..

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Whenever they happen. Number us Mayer on wins. Not yet Jensen at all. Sorry. Russ. Nice to have you with us tonight. Wins. News time, twelve oh, two one of New York's finest were shot and killed in queens last night. And a sergeant was wounded detective Brian Simonson was shot and killed by friendly fire. But police Commissioner James O'Neill said make no mistake about it. Friendly fire aside detective Simonsen was killed because of the actions of the suspect whom he described as a career criminal Commissioner Neil said detective Simonson and a sergeant had responded to a report of a robbery at a cellphone store in Richmond hill, he said when the officers entered the store, they saw the suspect immediately store man fitting the description of the suspect emerged from the back pointing at them what appeared to be a handgun with the suspect advancing toward them, you officers discharged their weapons and retreated out of the store that was one detective Simonsen was shot detective Simonsen died at Jamaica hospital. The sergeant was shot in the leg, and he is in stable condition. The suspect was shot multiple times and is also in stable condition. Carol d'auria ten wins at Jamaica hospital. Wins. News time twelve three a bus with eighteen passengers on board overturned on the northbound New Jersey turnpike this afternoon. No serious injuries reported though, the bus flipped onto its side your exit team in Woodbridge say police says that all passengers have been removed the buses owned by Allianz transport of New Brunswick, and it's not clear though of any other vehicles were involved in that accident, which took place on a very slippery roadway. Speaking of slippery slippery guy, who has escaped jail a number of times in Mexico back. It's Mexico's most notorious drug Lord Joaquin Guzman known as El Chapo would be got a taste of American Justice today in Brooklyn ten Ted wins reporter Samantha LeBron says he was convicted of running a huge smuggling operation after a three month. Attorney Jeffrey Lichtman says they plan to appeal citing the tremendous amount of evidence against the now convicted drug kingpin as well. As the press coverage. He was convicted in the press, and it was a very very difficult thing to overcome presumed guilty. This is not a case where we had a friend presumed medicine he was presumed guilty. I don't blame. You guys got to do what you gotta do federal law enforcement. However, hailing the verdicts as Justice for the families who lost loved ones to addiction is special agent in charge anelle Melendez says hatred send a message to other drug cartels. You're not unreachable. You are not untouchable and. Your day will come sentencing is set for June. Samantha leap men. Tim wins at the federal courthouse in Brooklyn wins..

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Probably the money. Must be off today. Joya? What what? A great new song. Oh, six sigma. Joe? The radio Frankie, very by knew about fifty years old. Maybe I'd avoid I about how you doing. Merry christmas. Welcome back. Oh, it's like oh my God. Did you do you do like, I do Frankie's you go over, and you got you have a relationship and that adds more stress and pressure on everything. So it all went well for you. Yeah. You know was not too bad. I was on Staten Island for both Christmas Eve and Christmas day, which was nice awesome. But yeah, no. It was great. It was always nice to see a lot of family that you don't get to see on a regular basis people that live far away. So it's a lot of fun. Yeah. Isn't that wild? I made the church I had to get to mess. I was like obsessed to get demands. And I'll never make it. The fact and the roads were relatively clear, but the throngs of people if the roads were closed due to a blizzard, you would still make it to me. I am not one church had a Christmas nightmare wrong. Frankie the expert on. This was Jesus Christmas night Christmas Eve, well, right or wrong. So we got into this yesterday. There's no real evidence that he was actually born on December twenty fifth. They started. They started celebrating Christmas on December twenty fifth around three hundred and thirty six so, you know, some people think it has to do with being near the winter solstice some people think it has to do because they were celebrating some pagan holidays around that time in the wanted to steal some market share back. But it look if you read the bible, it sounds like it was probably spring that Jesus was born. So a regular Sunday matched with sufficed out here. I totally I'm sure Jesus appreciated the effort Jesus Charlie toe. I have to tell you though. I mean, you know, Wilma jersey. Guy your Staten Island guy. We, but we all come to come to New York, New York. You is what you gotta get New York, New York, right? And what I went in. And I saw the swans of people, and I didn't see one American by the way. I didn't I heard German accents. I heard they were Chinese there was Arab everything. But then maybe maybe that's the way New York is now, we know it speaks English, but I could tell people were from around the country, and even as we got into the church. No, one spoke language everybody with they were all there from all over the country. How the police kept the law and order and keep the law and order during the don't want. Jinx anything by the grace of God, they do such a great job, Frankie. I'm you. What Commissioner Neil you gotta give them a little bit. Because it was like throngs of people. I'm describing it. Well, enough on the radio when I tell you throngs, it was like a sea of people and had to be at least a million people in midtown going through the tree and then trying to walk a fifty s. You know, right there in sixth avenue, you couldn't get anywhere and little by little we made it made it boat and get into the church is it, okay? To tip at Saint Patrick's. That's a good question. Sure about that one. I put some the collection the second it was only one collection. But I said, but I swear it, and it wasn't just for me was a with small children. So they were letting some people and with small kids, and so they let us in. Now, I'm reaching into my wallet. As them being led down to the church, and I gotta take out twenty bucks for the us show. I think that lady be the bad taste bad. Sure. That that was I'm sure he appreciated it. No. I never I never got there. Because everybody was kind of watching it, and I didn't say here. So I just put it in the collection plate as it should be. Yeah. You your show right though. In terms of shouting out the NYPD for the remarkable job that they've done. It looks like so we've had five straight days in the city without a homicide. And that means we're looking like again knock on wood. We're looking like this is going to be yet another year with less than three hundred murders. Now, Joe you remember twenty five thirty years ago where there was twenty six hundred twenty five hundred murders. A year that was to have less than three hundred murders. It was unthinkable twenty years ago. As a blink of the eye. That's right. If you great point when I started in the city thirty years thirty or forty years ago coming into the city going to the comedy clubs. You could not walk the streets. I could never have done what I did walk into driving through walking through especially taking my seven year old forget about it never would have been able to happen till may Guiliani came and cleaned it up and mayor Bloomberg goes did a great job. And now, you gotta give credit where it's due. It was just an I don't want to jinx same thing. It was just so well, but. People walking and by the way, excuse me. Hi merry Christmas. You know what I'm saying? Everybody was like nice. And maybe because they were from the other parts of the world, you think? New york. But the the mass was great. They could sing all they want a Saint PAT's man, it was just a great with a pig. Organ music and glow. Everybody started singing, I'm telling you Christmas was all about. So that was and then we got home. We we made it home, and it was really made it the best Christmas ever in. That regard Frankie to your point talking about the police our hearts, go out to the police officer Newman, California who was killed run. He'll sing. And he's on the force only five years took a picture. And again, I always like to stay positive when we appreciate you being with us on the show. But it was like they recognize when a law enforcement officer is shot and killed because there is a there is truly a war on cops. The EAP went after somebody and in a chase in Newman, California, and he's killed. He was killed one. You'll sing a young guy thirty one I believe and he just took hours earlier the Christmas picture with his. Wife and his five month old baby. I mean, really really, and may he rest in peace, and we always support law enforcement at least one to acknowledge that when something horrific like that happens six thirty two with Joe on the radio, Lieutenant Colonel Robert McGuiness will join us to and see what's going on with Syria. Withdraw from Siri the president over there in Iraq, the troops love everything about Donald and Milania if I may and he said on pulling out of us very very upfront about that. Do we agree with President Trump pulling troops out of Syria? Lieutenant Colonel Robert we will break it down for us Commissioner Bernard Kerik on the show as well was with the president last week. And it just this criminal Justice reform law is legendary that the president signed you will hear it firsthand and bringing knows both sides of that Commissioner Couric on the show, Dr GE say no is it the Frankie yesterday. It takes a Franken. Can we get Jeannie on the show 'cause she's so great? There's so much going on visit government shutdown. The president always seems to surface throughout all the net. Negatively, all the attacks. Doctor Zana will break it down for us as well politically. Jeffrey Lyons is going to tell you what are the hit bills? And Michael Goodwin is just one of the Braves cats. We know man, this guy is cheap political columnist for the New York Post and just a brilliant brilliant person to chat with and we're gonna talk about this.

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"And the Brooklyn bound apps are running with delays. I'm Karen Stewart. Our next report is eight fifty one on ten ten win wins. News time, eight forty two cops responding to a domestic incident say a suspect pulled a long knife on them saying shoot me they opened fire. The suspect is dead. An officer was hit this all happened on Staten Island. And that's where we find our Glenn Chuck this morning. This all began with the nine one one call just before ten last night in officers quickly responding to here at thirty bridge court Ma far from the Verizon bridge, they tried changing this man, I apparently, but he would not drop a foot long knife. The officers fired ten to twelve shots killing the suspect. But also struck in exchange is one of our officers is currently in stable condition receiving medical treatment. Here. The officers family and colleagues are with within here at the hospital. Police Commissioner Neil saying that officer was struck in the stomach now later today. They will learn more about the suspect in any prior times. Police may have been called to this address and more about the injured who so far not identified. Gwen shock ten ten wins before Wadsworth section of Staten Island. A funeral mass will be held for twenty year old college of New Jersey student Michael Saad at Saint John the apostle church in Clark at ten o'clock. This morning sought was killed when his car was struck by an alleged drunk driver, December second Saad was the designated driver for five of his friends. Several were seriously injured and remain in the hospital. One person has died in a house fire on elder avenue in Farmingdale Long Island happened last night to firefighters were treated for smoke at elation no word on the cause. And in Manhattan, a two alarm broke out at the Serbian mission to the UN on east. Sixty eighth street. Took firefighters about thirty minutes to get it under control, three civilians one firefighter had to be treated no word on the cause. They're either wins. News time, eight forty four sports coming up. When it comes to taking care of your family and keeping up.

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Darius ratty ten ten wins. Come on this seventy seven police Commissioner Neil says there will be lots of security so people should come out and enjoy the parade. So looking at tomorrow, there are no credible threats are specific threats against the parade or against the city. Is going to be so many police officer somebody members from law enforcement out there tomorrow, it's going to be real safety. Lots of people are on the move right now, it is one of the busiest travel days of the year. These kids went over the river, but not through the woods coming from Philly. And we're going to Long Island. Travel experts say more people are on the road compared to a year ago and more people are flying today compared to last year Sunday is likely to be even busier wins. News time channel five four family members whose bodies were found at a burn down mansion in colts, neck New Jersey were killed before the place was torched that according to investigators Monmouth county prosecutor Christopher Grammy. Cioni now says Keith Caneiro and his family who lived in the colts neck house that burned down were murder victims all four of them were the victim of homicidal violence prior to win the fire was set the prosecutor confirms that Konare was shot several times, but he would not confirm a report that other family members were stabbed as for canals, brother and business partner. Paul. He is now charged with setting a fire to his own house in ocean township the prosecutor will not say Paul Canario is a suspect in the murder of his brother's family. But when I asked the prosecutor is. The public should worry about a quadruple killer being on the loose. He said, no if that was the case, then you'd hear it from all of us here Roger stern ten ten wins in Monmouth county, the body of a man was found inside of a house that was on fire in center island. Investigators have not labeled the fire as suspicious, but they still have a lot of unanswered questions. They say the fire was intense. And they say the source of the fire was in the center of the home supposed to say the kitchen Nassau County homicide. Detectives are among those investigating. President Trump criticized a judge who ruled against his administration on immigration and called him. And Obama judge that prompted a rare pushback from chief Justice John Roberts. Mr. Trump, then responded to that. It was not likely to go on the answered chief Justice John Roberts. Very public rebuke of President Trump lamenting that Obama judges were getting in the way of his border security orders. President Trump tweets back. Sorry, chief Justice John Roberts. But you do indeed have bomb judges, and they have a much different point of view of the people who are charged with the safety of our country, the president's tweets conclude with these rulings are making our country, unsafe Roberts issued a statement to the Associated Press to make sure it was widely distributed a highly unusual move. Bob Costantini, Washington. Defense Secretary James Mattis says the White House has given him the authority to use US troops to protect customs and border control personnel at the southern border. You're not doing law enforcement. We do not ever to thirty. Now, the governor's could give their crew rest authority. I don't think they've done that. There are fifty seven hundred active duty troops along the border on top of that. There are about twenty one hundred national guard troops the Federal Aviation Administration has ordered the port authority to recalculate Newark airport use fees. This after United Airlines filed a complaint that airport fees for being used to phenomenon airport projects, including the Polaski skyway. If you're thinking about you're getting a Christmas tree and you're a little bit picky. You may not want to wait too long, and you may have to pay a little more this year as well. The supply of live trees is tighter and industry officials say there's no need for panic buying but expect to pay a little more. The tight market is rooted in the great recession when lots of growers were forced out of the business, but the national Christmas tree association wants to reassure shoppers. They will find what they want at a steeper price than last year's average of about seventy five dollars all told the association says twenty seven million live trees will go home this year about the same amount as the past two years. I'm Jan Johnson. Thirty two degrees. Fair skies in midtown humidity. Forty five percent. The actual temperature is thirty two the AccuWeather real feel is twenty two. We're going to drop down to about twenty degrees in midtown overnight. Look for the low of being in the low teens north and west with. Accuweather real feels overnight near zero wins. News time channel nine. It's the ultimate black Friday.

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on KGO 810

"Outset, and I think the attorney general said as well, this is very much an active and ongoing investigation. We do believe that we've caught the right guy. But we also know that this is an ongoing investigation. And there's a lot of work still to be done. Which means there's still plenty of unanswered questions. That was my question. I President Trump having a suspect. Especially with the president. I will say that I received a very nice congratulatory call from the president shortly before heading over here. And saw his remarks that he made at the White House. And I think he like every American is and should be proud of the unbelievable work that was done not just by the FBI. But by all of our law enforcement partners across multiple states in this. I think Commissioner Neil said it. Well, the partnerships that exist in the law enforcement profession right now in this country. Are extraordinary are better than they've ever been. And it's exactly what the doctor ordered for this country at this time. You can behrman K Joey ten that was the news conference. Oh my goodness. That was an all star cast of people who spoke very well. Congratulations to the FBI, the NYPD the US postal inspection service. The southern district of Florida secret service joint terrorism task force. We had a very from attorney general Jeff Sessions to James Ray, director of the FBI Jeffrey Berman. United States attorney for the southern district James peo-, Neal NYPD Commissioner we have learned more about the suspect. That was brought in today, and we're gonna take your calls and discuss all that we just learned coming up in just a moment. Four one five eighty eighty.

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on 600 WREC

"No piece of information is too small every tip could be the one that leads to something very important. And of course, if you see something suspicious suspicious activity, please call your local authorities. We need all hands on deck. We need to save their Jhelum. Finally, I wanna thank our partners too many to name from across the country because we cannot do this work alone. Everyone up here today understands that and we take that to heart every single day as we do the hard work together. Protecting three hundred twenty five million Americans. Now, I'd like to turn the podium over to Commissioner Neil from director Ray confirming that they believe they have the main suspect they're worried that there might still be some that have been recently mailed. They're on the lookout for that. But it looks like they have DNA evidence. Now that ties it to this one guy, and they have analyzed the confirmed it and these guys are amazing. This is what they do every day. You know, the sad thing about all of this. You know, I want to remind you because I've lived through some of this myself, and I'll explain that in a minute. But you know, remember when Bernie Sanders one of his supporters shot Steve Scalise shot up all these Republicans at a ball field. They nearly killed Steve Scalise. In fact, it's he's a walking miracle. And I know because I knew what was what he was really going through at the time. It was far worse than was reported. And people wanted to blame Bernie Sanders says you can't blame Bernie Sanders for what one nut does. Listen. I I'm I'm not. I'm gonna do what the left does hear Bernie Sanders is not responsible for what one of his stupid supporters have to say. Because most Bernie Sanders supporters are not violent and not out there trying to kill Republicans. And Bernie said he was sick. And by the entire, you know, anti GOP massacre here, and I believe him. And I said that just like I said in the years gone by remember when the one guy broke into the White House when Obama was president. And as it came up a number of times of a number of tape saying that we've got to protect our politicians. I'm no fan of Obama's policies. But protecting our elected president is is job one for all of us as Americans. He is our elected leader, whether you like it or not, and here's what I said, Mr Speaker, you're gonna have strong feelings about this. We've now learned that this guy that broke into the White House. Not only did he get in the door. But he knocked down a secret service agent went into three different rooms of the White House and pass the stairs that would've gone right up to the residents of of the Obamas. That is extraordinarily chilling to me. I mean, we're talking about protecting the president of the United States of America. And it just is no room for error. You've got to protect our president that that represents the free world. So they've got a very difficult job. They've got almost be perfect. And anytime any incident happens lately, it's becoming pretty high profile and if we're not protecting our president. We're not protecting our leaders. We've got a big problem. The rest of the world is watching this. So that many many times, you know, and I say this only because there's this idiot on fake news CNN is name. What's his name? John Avalon somebody who's taking cheap shots of me. A number of times over the years, and I wanna play for you what he said because he basically links the bomb center deniro to me. Let's just play that part when he. But basically blaming me. Listen to this Sean Hannity says had a direct link may have we don't we don't know who it is. We don't know the motive. But what was fascinating is you see a direct pattern between the president's attacks on Twitter and stage it being echoed and amplified by Fox News and other folks in the contribute jets? But it's not like the others. Right. Why Robert deniro well one of the things I've found was is that October fifteenth. Sean Hannity was doing a whole segment blasting deniro for things. He said on the Alec Baldwin show of all things in which he said that Trump allies will regret it because they made a deal with the devil. So that all of a sudden becomes Trump Robert de Niro's calling the president devil and us devil worshippers. In fact, you know, it's the playing the victim card, but it was top of mind ten days ago and be see what is that? What we find out who this is because some of these figures are more prominent on their campaigns being prosecuted, basically, claiming me because the Niro got one of these packages. Well, let's listen to deniro and the things that I've been critical of deniro about let's listen to what maybe. I was talking about. I mean, he's so blatantly stupid. He's a punk. He's a dog. He's a pig. He's a con artist. A mutt. Who doesn't know what he's talking about doesn't do his homework. Doesn't care. Thanks gaming society. Doesn't pay his taxes. He's an idiot, Colin Powell said it best. He's a national disaster. He's an embarrassment to this country. It makes me so angry that this country has gotten to this point that this fool this bozo has wound up where he has he talks how he wants to punch people in the face. Well, I'd like to punch him in the face today. The world is suffering from the real Donald Trump..

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Received a very nice congratulatory call from the president shortly before heading over here and saw his remarks that he made at the White House. And I think he like every American is and should be proud of the unbelievable work that was done not just by the FBI. But by all of our law enforcement partners across multiple states in this. I think Commissioner Neil said it. Well, the partnerships that exist in the law enforcement profession right now in this country. Are extraordinary are better than they've ever been. And it's exactly what the doctor ordered for this country at this time. Wrapping it up there. Again, the department of Justice giving an update on what has been arrested was made earlier today in this series of bombs that were mailed through throughout the country, basically at least one in. At least one in California. Although we have found out that they are looking into a suspicious package in south Sacramento. CNN also reported that they were looking at a package in Burlingame that may have been addressed to Tom Steyer. The biggest piece of information that came out of this press conference is that I drank Christopher Ray says that the more than a dozen pipebombs sent to these people were not hoax devices says each of the pipebombs contain materials that could react and cause a potential explosion. So that is the big takeaway that these things were exposed to certain heat or friction that they would have been operable. They would have done something, right? May not have been the biggest. But definitely I mean a bomb is a bomb. So that's that was an interesting way to put it because I thought it was it was very clear. The other thing is and the reporters were trying to ask you know, we're trying to obviously drill down on. This guy's motivation was doing this on behalf. Half of the president in his mind. Or on behalf of conservatives are on behalf of Republicans. And thankfully, the investigator said, you know, we don't give a damn we don't that's not why we do this. It's not obviously that's going to be part of the investigation is to the this guy's motivation. But that doesn't change how we handle this case one iota. You know, it's nuts though, is this guy does look to be like the number one fan of the president. You know, everyone was talking about like, oh, it's it's early to say that this is a Trump supporter. This guy looks to be like the number one Trump supporter. I if you just look at his van, it's he faces fifty eight years in prison. He's been charged with five crimes, including the legal mailing of explosives, and you gotta believe they're gonna throw the bucket this guy. Yeah. And then the FBI has said, or at least been telling CNN that the fingerprint possibly DNA have tied him to these package bombs that I mean, you could get DNA from simple skin transfer. It could been if those are Lickochops stamps. You know, you could do that even if it was an adhesive stampede. It could potentially leave some skin cells on the backs of those stamps, whatever's in the package, whatever's in that bomb, etc. So plenty of different ways, they could attach they could find this guy. But they said that the fingerprint specifically was one of the big keys and leading them to him. All right. Gary and Shannon with your chance at a thousand dollars right now. Your shot.

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I said at the outset, and I think the attorney general said as well, this is very much an active and ongoing investigation. We do believe that we've caught the right guy. But we also know that this is an ongoing investigation. And there's a lot of work still to be done. Which means there's still plenty of unanswered questions. My question. I President Trump. You can save. Dr discussions with the president. I will say that I received a very nice congratulatory call from the president shortly before heading over here and saw his remarks that he made at the White House. And I think he like every American is and should be proud of the unbelievable work that was done not just by the FBI. But by all of our law enforcement partners across multiple states in this. I think Commissioner Neil Senate. Well, the partnerships that exist in the law enforcement profession right now in this country. Are extraordinary are better than they've ever been. And it's exactly what the doctor ordered for this country at this time. You have been listening to a press conference by the department of Justice and several other officials that last person who spoke with Chris Wray, he is the director of the FBI other people involved were with were the NYPD Commissioner as well as representatives from the US postal service. This is regarding the suspect who was arrested today in connection with these pipe bombs that were sent to prominent Democrats and their supporters throughout the country and attorney general Jeff Sessions has sat or said at this press conference that the suspect so far has been charged with five crimes, including the illegal mailing of explosives. Of course, stay with KCBS. We will continue following the story throughout the afternoon and throughout the days to come..

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Killed seven children at a long term care facility and wanna Q Paul. Thank you, Sean. Attention is on Florida where some of the bombs pass through postal facility near Miami devices to top Democrats, George Soros and CNN carried a return address for the Florida office of congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, WCBS reporter, Mike melts listened in to the update from the NYPD the FBI and others involved in this investigation, some of the suspicious packages that were sent to prominent Democrats in the one to CNN were sent through the US postal service and sources tell CBS news that they were sent from Florida. None of the packages sent exploded. Once they arrive to their intended target, and why PD? Commissioner Jimmy O'Neill was asked whether the devices in those packages, then should be considered a hoax or something that should be taken seriously. Give you one hundred percent accurate description. What the devices were, but we treat. We have to treat them as as a live devices. This is a protocol that our bomb squad people use and it keeps everybody safe the white powder in the package delivered to CNN has been analyzed. And it's now been determined that it does not present biological threat. Despite the targets seemed to be Democrats and critics of President Trump Commissioner Neil says political motive does play a role in how law enforcement does their job law enforcement professionals do not care about the politics behind these acts. But we do care about is keeping the public. We serve safe at NYPD headquarters. Mike, smells, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight of the Time Warner center in Columbus circle was cleared out for a second time suspicious packages last night on top of a garbage can on the third floor of the shops at Columbus circle turned out to be lost toys. And so the all clear was given about a half an hour after everyone cleared out five or six WCBS news time on Friday, Westchester county. Police officials are tight lipped about what they found when they were. Alerted to devices sent to George Soros and the Clintons the cost to police came in as suspected pipebombs, but Westchester police will describe the devices recovered carry executive George Latimer says extra cautions being observed by high profile government, entertainment and corporate figures who live in Westchester Suffolk County is joining hands with authorities in El Salvador, this in the fight against MS, thirteen law enforcement agencies are exchanging liaisons to combat the gang. The new partnership follows a trip by this Suffolk County sheriff to El Salvador last April driving in and around.

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Oh, three FBI technicians assigned to the package bomb investigation will love plenty of hours poring over those ten suspicious and possibly explosive packages sent to prominent Democrats and to CNN WCBS reporter, Mike smeltzer from the police Commissioner add an FBI official. This afternoon is a nationwide investigation involving multiple jurisdictions coast to coast FBI assistant director Bill Sweeney says each of the ten suspected packages are now being analyzed by technicians at an FBI lab in Quantico Virginia. None of the ten packages that were sent exploded leading some to wonder whether the devices were set as a hoax intended to instill fear, but not bodily harm during the briefing NYPD Commissioner Jimmy O'Neill batted down that line of thinking should be taken. Seriously, the NYPD. The FBI where we're taking this seriously. We are treating them as as as live devices the Commissioner later went on to define them as suspected explosive devices the person or people behind the suspicious packages remains a mystery one that Commissioner Neil says they will solve given time at NYPD headquarters. Mike shmelts WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty Manhattan state supreme court judge put to temporary halt on New York's lawsuit targeting President, Trump's charitable foundation state supreme Justice Sally and scar. Pula heard arguments today from a Trump attorney who wants the suit dismissed the lawsuit. Brought by state attorney general Barbara Underwood claims President Trump use the charities money to settle business disputes add to boost his twenty sixteen presidential campaign. Justice carpoolers has she won't rule until a higher court decides if a sitting president can be sued in state court six two point eight million dollars in restitution the foundations. Dissolution? City. Health officials confirm. The season's first flu related fatality are. Peter Haskell has details. Flu activity in the city is low right now, but it's already deadly. Sadly, I want to report that the we have one pediatric death. So far in the.

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS, and we say good evening to meteorologist Danielle Niddle. We are expecting some fairly chilly temperatures tonight. Yeah. It is certainly going to be another chilly one across the area. Mac has versus right now. Just a few high clouds around currently and clear to partly cloudy. You will be what we're dealing with fourteen delete going down to thirty eight degrees in the city closer to the freezing. Mark though in those colder surrounding suburbs. Overnight tomorrow, seeing some sunshine early on, but that will be giving way to clouds it'll still be on the cool side tomorrow with a high of fifty one tomorrow night, cloudy skies rain will be developing a looks like that rain will be pushing in after much of the evening rush. The winds will be increasing tomorrow night as. As well, though, forty seven then for Saturday of every windy day. Chilly with rain that rain coming down heavy at times, especially during the morning hours. We'll start to see that rain slackening off some during the afternoon. Winds gusting close to fifty miles an hour near the coast on Saturday, and what to watch for some coastal flooding, especially around high tide as well. A high for Saturday. Fifty four degrees right now. Forty three degrees in Caldwell forty eight and flushing Forty-six and midtown going down tonight to a low of thirty eight MAC seven ten thank you Danielle here. WCBS the ten suspected explosive packages sent to prominent Democrats and CNN may have originated in Florida as a nationwide manhunt for whoever sent them is now underway WCBS reporter Mike melts with the latest in the investigation. This is a nationwide investigation involving multiple jurisdictions coast to coast FBI assistant director Bill Sweeney says each of the ten suspected packages are now being analyzed by technicians at an FBI lab in Quantico Virginia. None of the ten packages that were sent exploded leading. Some to wonder whether devices were set as a hoax intended to instill fear, but not bodily harm during the briefing NYPD Commissioner Jimmy O'Neill batted down that line of thinking. This is something that should be taken. Seriously, the NYPD the FBI where we're taking this seriously. We are treating them as as live devices the Commissioner later went on to define them as suspected explosive devices the person or people behind the suspicious packages remains a mystery one that Commissioner Neil says they will solve given time at NYPD headquarters. Mike's melts CBS news, NewsRadio eight eighty seven eleven a WCBS the first person to die from the flu in New York City. This season is a child department of health is not given an age on that child or where they are from citing patient confidentiality a child died sometime in the last two weeks. A health officials are giving the usual yearly reminder to get a flu shot grief counseling and around and around the clock hotline are.

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Today, and I'm going to Hatton courtroom, a judge tossing out predators, sexists. All case against Harvey Weinstein. Weinstein's attorney Ben Bronfman saying the allegations of sexual misconduct made by Lucia Evans are not true in time. Police Commissioner Neil saying the rest of the case remains unaffected the NYPD we'll continue to work with the prosecution in any way can to seek Justice for these brave survivors who have displayed tremendous courage in coming forward Weinstein due back in court in December. Federal prosecutors charging seven dockers in New York City Westchester on Long Island with a legally distributing pain pills. The agent Jimmie hopes says the takedown makes a significant dent in the opioid crisis. Some of these sources were so well known that they're attracted drug use and dealers from all over the northeastern states who traveled to start now, the Bronx Brooklyn and Westchester to get their fix of prescriptions. Five doctors in two nurse practitioners facing charges Kanye west ending down for a chat at the Oval Office with President Trump was happening to say the least. We have to take responsibility for what we're doing. We kill each other more than police officers Kanye west in the Oval Office. The topic presumably prison in sentencing reform. We can do it a different way totally often. But as thoughts room to the amendment banning slavery, and I think the way the universe works. It's perfect. We don't have the four German wrote that thirteen limit didn't look like the people they were amending NFL legend, Jim Brown. Also sitting in front of the president could do little, but listen up Costantini the White House. Rangers beat the sharks three two devils beat the caps. Six nothing. Traffic and weather up next. I'm Bob Brown on seventy seven WABC where New York comes to talk. It's.

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Blue light from phones and tablets can lead to blindness

Ray Appleton

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Blue light from phones and tablets can lead to blindness

"We are treating it as a terrorist. Incidents and the investor Negation is being led. By of system the, cancer terrorism tomorrow Scotland Yard's assistant Commissioner Neil bass sue, new research finding blue light. From your smartphone or tablet. Can now increase the risk of blindness a? Team of chemists at the university of. Toledo led the study they found that exposing the item. Blue light causes a reaction where a protein in. The retina generates poisonous molecules this process leads to age related macular degeneration. Which. Doctor says the leading cause of blindness in the. US to

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"These animals are crazy I'm Dave Anthony Fox News President Trump just, tweeted that after an attack in Britain demand is, in his late twenties. And he's been arrested on suspicion of terrorism, offenses Scotland, Yard assistant Commissioner Neil bassoon, had happened in London during, morning rush hour, Silva car out of. Nowhere rush hour traffic outside parliament careered off parliament square. And sped up some estimates put him in about fifty, miles an. Hour he came round one Cohen he- knocked over about ten cyclists. Before then trying to get inside parliament's. Crashing into one of. The gates FOX has Benjamin hall of the scene three people. Were injured one seriously President Trump also just tweeted about maroshek medical. Newman the White House assistant who calls him a. Racist and mental decline the. President wrote she was a crazed crying low-life he gave her a break it didn't work out and he praised his chief of staff for firing that dog and the president was out campaigning for a Republican in. New York last night and brought up the state's democratic governor Andrew Cuomo he called Me and he said I'll never run for president against you but maybe he wants to please. Do it The president also said anybody who runs against him suffers and the polls are just opening now, in Minnesota and, Wisconsin where Senate races are getting the, most attention FOX's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington One. Race to watch him Wisconsin the Republican Senate primary for a, chance, NC democratic incumbent Tammy Baldwin state lawmaker Leoluca MIR has the, backing of the GOP establishment. Air campaign is a Wisconsin based, campaign my primary opponents campaign is receiving support from DC insider gross Kevin. Nicholson, marine vet says he's running as an outsider in Minnesota, both Senate seats at stake primaries being held the challenge democrat Amy, klobuchar in, to fill the. Seat of former democratic Senator Al Franken Dave Rachel there also going for governor in Connecticut and Vermont or one of the Democrats running as a fourteen year old boy Fox News fair and balanced Heels. Seven oh two good morning I'm Mark Caesar this update is brought to you by balchunas dental new car sales remain on pace for another all. Time record year in Austin the statesman reports July sales total ten thousand four hundred, forty one new vehicles economists view new vehicle sales is a key, indicator of consumer confidence mental health services are being reduced for students in the Austin. Schools the ISD has, an operational, budget of one point six, billion but even with that superintendent Dr ball crews says they're, still, one point.

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After woman's death, police cite "high dose" of nerve agent

24 Hour News

01:12 min | 2 years ago

After woman's death, police cite "high dose" of nerve agent

"And dodgers left fielder matt kemp who makes his return to the all star game for the first time since twenty twelve braves first baseman freddie freeman had the most national league votes over four million catcher wilson contrasts and second baseman heavier by is will represent the cubs will giant shortstop brandon crawford and rockies third baseman nolan renato round out the national league starting lineup i'm danny cap a woman has now died in britain after coming in contact with a deadly nerve agent ap's charles de la desma reports police say they believe the latest victims must have had close contact with the toxin british police say they believe the latest victims of poisoning the nerve agent chuck must have handled the materials container assistant commissioner neil basu says the death of dolan sturgis on sunday shows that she and her partner johnny rowley were exposed to a high dose of the military grade nerve agent the working theory is that exposure is linked to the earlier novacek attack in march on x russian spy circe scruple and he's you're best says the searches focusing on stugotz's and rallies homes and a park in salisbury really remains in critical condition in the city hospital charles de la desma london hi i'm megan crane ap digital manager.

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After woman's death, police cite "high dose" of nerve agent

WBBM Early Afternoon News

02:01 min | 2 years ago

After woman's death, police cite "high dose" of nerve agent

"Zero five point nine fm architectural organizations have started an effort to save the look of the chicago bungalow there those little squatty homes sometimes referred to as grandma's house but their existence may now be threatened a bit sometimes says the american institute of architects those lonesome project to stop on called popup expansions to the bungalows it's a way to give the home so second floor but that classic look goes away when you do that the group along with the chicago bungalow social gathering signatures and a campaign called stop the pop they want to help change minds and come up with alternatives they say there's a better way to make the bungalow bigger they an newsradio on one zero five point nine fm british police believe the latest victims of poisoning by a deadly nerve agent must have handled the materials container scotland yard assistant commissioner neil zoo says the death of dawn sturgis shows that she and her partner charlie raleigh were exposed to a high dose of the military grade nerve agents we have launched a murder investigation after learning the devastating news the dawn sturgis died in hospital it is shocking and utterly appalling british citizen has died having being exposed to a nerve agent you said that the working theory is that their exposure was linked to the earlier nerve agent attack in march on an ex spy the third child of england's prince william and his wife catherine was christened today two and a half month old baby prince louis we'll have six guide parents chosen from close friends and family members of the royal couple former movie mogul harvey weinstein pleads not guilty in a sexual assault case involving a third woman women's attorney gloria allred challenged weinstein's lawyer put him on the witness stand are you really willing to have your client base the jury are you really willing to roll the dice and hope and pray that your client will be able to answer questions under oath allred says her client will testify under oath to trial weinstein maintains.

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UK police cite 'high dose' in nerve agent death

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:44 min | 2 years ago

UK police cite 'high dose' in nerve agent death

"In time our next cover traffic at ten thirty four forecast calls for some partly sunny skies and seventy five today partly sunny with a chance of a scattered shower tomorrow and again seventy five eighty on wednesday sunny and eighty five coming up on thursday we had some really nice weather on the way right now over to saudi and seventy six jonah vancouver washington right now it's cloudy and sixty three friday harbor sixty four and clouds right now downtown seattle we've got sixty five under mostly sunny skies at ten twenty five the actor at the center of a hollywood hostage situation is now telling his story it had all the makings of a hollywood who done it to actors joseph capone and daisy mccracken feen and movies like halloween resurrection michael myers had fits of rage that he could not control kidnapped from home pistol whipped dragged into a car leaving only a trail of blood one of their alleged kidnappers arrested on the streets of l a g directly on the head with the gun and then proceeded stop and give me a pretty good beating now joseph capone exclusively speaking out to abc news about his ordeal he grabbed me by the collar and dragged me outside and dragged me down driveway and threw me in the back of a car where daisy was already in the back seat and they put bags overheads and then proceeded to drive at the second location says he tried to fight the kidnappers resulting in a violent beating they stripped me naked and they threw me in this filthy bathroom with no lights on for the next thirty hours authorities say capone sat alone in the bathroom naked without food while mccracken was being driven from atm atm withdrawing money for the kidnappers and forced to write a ten thousand dollar check to guarantee capone's release they said things like if she doesn't come through a man i don't know what i'm going to have to do i don't know what's gonna happen to the three suspects in the case keith andrea steward john jones and aber neil seen here in that now viral arrest video all face multiple years behind bars if convicted but stewart attorney says he is innocent and the jones and mccracken had a previous relationship capone says one of the attackers did seem to know her daisy had known him in some capacity i'm not sure but my spidey sense was kind of tingling it felt weird i felt like something was off regardless of what happens next in the case coban tells us he's doing fine and is ready to move on with his life i'm not a victim on the survivor i think it's an state of mind that happened what's tomorrow defendants are expected to appear in a pretrial hearing two weeks from today abc's amy rohbock reporting british police say they believe the latest victims of poisoning from the nerve agent nova chalk must have come into close contact with the toxin charles de la desma has more which is please say they believe the latest victims of poisoning by the nerve agent novi chuck must've handled the materials container assistant commissioner neil best sue says the death of dolan sturgis on sunday shows that she and her partner johnny rhody who exposed to a high dose of the military grade nerve agent the working theory is that exposure is linked to the earlier novacek attack in march on ex russian spy sergei scruple and his daughter you ya basta says the search is focusing on stugotz's unruly homes and a park in salisbury really remains in critical condition in the city hospital charles desma london babe truth or deer dare i dare you to impress me okay alexa tell toyota to start.

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Woman sickened by nerve agent Novichok in England dies: UK police

Morning Edition

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Woman sickened by nerve agent Novichok in England dies: UK police

"Former russian spy and his daughter back in march as npr's scott neuman reports uk officials are demanding answers london scotland yard says it is treating the death of forty four year old dawn sturgis as a homicide she was admitted on june thirtieth with their partner charlie raleigh who is forty five rally remains in critical condition nova choke is a nerve agent developed in russia that poison former russian double agent sarah grip hall and his daughter yulia in the same community in southern england last week samples taken from burgess and raleigh confirmed they too were exposed to nova choke london metropolitan police assistant commissioner neil busu following the detailed analysis of those samples we can confirm that the man and woman have been exposed to the nerve agent joel has been identified as the same agent contaminated and sergei medical officials say the script halls were lucky to survive the attack the working theory is that they touched something contaminated with nova choke leftover from the attack on the script halls prime minister theresa may says she is appalled and shocked by sturgis his death here she is speaking last week to see two more people exposed to the nova chalk in the uk is obviously deeply disturbing and the police i know we'll be leaving no stone unturned in their investigation russia has strongly denied any role in the attack on the script halls and on monday spokesman dmitry peskov said the kremlin was sorry to hear that burgess had died but reiterated that it is absurd to suggest moscow's involvement russian media have suggested that the poisonings are a plot by london to discredit the kremlin in the eyes of the international community following the poisonings of the script halls the us uk and european allies expelled dozens of russian diplomats speaking before parliament last week british home secretary sajid javid accused the russians of a disinformation campaign and said london would not stand for more attacks on its soil we'll stand up to the actions that threaten our security and the security of our caucus it is completely unacceptable for our people to be either deliberate accidental talk it's off our streets are parks are towns to be dumping grounds for poison despite those harsh words javaid said there are no current plans for further sanctions to punish russia scott neuman npr news.

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Offer today days away from announcing his next supreme court nominee president trump whittling his potentials list what was a list of about two dozen is thought to be down to a handful of candidates president trump has met with her spoken with seven potential supreme court nominees listed includes utah senator mike lee other candidates are appeals court judges brett cavanaugh molefe the par amy coney barrett joan larsen raymond catholic in thomas hardiman believed to have been a runner up when justice neal gorsuch was nominated last year in washington jared halpern fox new british man and his girlfriend remain in critical condition after being overcome with a mysterious substance now confirmed to be the same one the nearly killed a former russian spy in that same area of great britain just a few months ago we can confirm that the man and woman have been exposed to the nerve agent nova which has been identified as the same nerve agent contaminated assistant police commissioner neil the su who says how the couple came in contact with novacek is it clear yet london blames the kremlin for the earlier poisonings charged which moscow denies in northern thailand thai navy divers are training dozen a dozen young soccer players trapped in a flooded cave all the use of underwater breathing equipment the boys who have been in that cave for more than ten days may have to swim a half mile through a narrow flooded passage to gain their freedom that is a less rescuers could find another way out they have found in other cable pinning they're now trying to determine if there's a way to connect a texas woman has been arrested and charged with selling her seven year old son and trying to peddle her two daughters ages two and three the texas department of public safety says twenty nine year old esmerelda garza corpus christi's being held in one hundred thousand dollars bond police found the boy had been sold when they executed a drug warrant i'm jack callaghan fox news radio.

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on WLAC

"Council days away from announcing his next supreme court's nobody president trump whittling his potentials list what was a list of about two dozen is thought to be down to a handful of candidates president trump has met with her spoken with seven potential supreme court nominees are listed includes utah senator mike lee other candidates are appeals court judges brett cavanaugh i'm also par amy coney barrett joan larsen raymond catholic in thomas hardiman believed to have been a runner up when justice neal gorsuch was nominated last year in washington jared halpern fox news man and his girlfriend remain in critical condition after being overcome with a mysterious substance now confirmed to be the same one the nearly killed a former russian spy in that same area of great britain just a few months ago we can confirm that the man and woman have been exposed to the nerve agent novel which has been identified as the same nerve agent contaminated assistant police commissioner neil the su who says how the couple came in contact with the novacek is it clear yet london blames the kremlin for the earlier poisonings a charge which moscow denies in northern thailand thai navy divers are training dozen a dozen young soccer players trapped in a flooded cave allusive underwater breathing equipment the boys who have been in that cave for more than ten days may have to swim a half mile through a narrow flooded passage to gain their freedom that is less rescuers could find another way out they have founded other cable opening now trying to determine if there's a way to connect a texas woman has been arrested and charged with selling her seven year old son and trying to peddle her two daughters ages two and three the texas department of public safety says twenty nine year old esmerelda garza corpus christi's being held at one hundred thousand dollars bond police found the boy had been sold when they executed a drug warrant i'm jack callaghan fox news radio.

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"commissioner neil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"commissioner neil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The next steps be thank you here in prison police investigating friday's attempted bomb attack on a london underground train have arrested a man suspected of planting the device the bomb failed fully to detonate but nearly thirty people were treated for flash burns at the scene as part of the investigation police of also raided a house in a suburb southwest of london and cordoned off the surrounding area speaking at a news conference the metropolitan police's deputy assistant commissioner neil bessho set enhanced security levels would continue in the wake of the attack the threat level remains a critical for the time being but is under constant review military personnel have been drafted in to protect our national infrastructure sites and that's allowed us to put additional armed replace offices out rather carry out patrols and protect republic communities across the uk will continue to say more offices barth armed and unarmed on patrol by foot and in vehicles are the remainder of we care and in particular i will be patrolling a crowded prices icon excites transport hubs and poor i'll korrespondent andy moore is in sunburyuponthames where that house raid took place what's the latest you can tell us andy yes good morning poll well when that to a raid happened yesterday people were evacuated from their homes nearby and they were out of their homes for several hours but they were allowed back in last night however the police cordons remain in place overnight police have actually erected barriers near the house to obscure the view of what's going on there they've also erected a forensics 10 outsider a very distinctive lilac colored house and this is where we believe the eighteen year old man who was arrested lived and he lived there with his foster parents a couple called ron and penny jones ron's a he eight pennies seventy one and there are a couple who are well known in the area for a fostering children more than two hundred children and lately there had also been fostering refugee children are they actually awarded the mbe in two thousand and tang by the queen for their services to joe and so this is the house where the police searches concentrating at the moment it's it's where the man that police believe ponted the ball where he lived so the question then arises at did he make.

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