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NYPD Cops Can't Take Unscheduled Days Off After Chauvin Verdict
"Is pausing unscheduled days off until further notice and anticipation of a verdict in the Derrick Show. Vin Murder trial a show Bala reports closing arguments in the former Minneapolis cops trial or set for Monday, and NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea says the department has been planning how to handle potential protests for quite some time last year. Unrest following the police custody Death of George Floyd resulted in a lawsuit from New York Attorney General Tish James. She called attention to a pattern of excessive, brutal and unlawful force against protesters. In addition to the police Department, the lawsuit also charges the city Mayor de Blasio Shay and former chief of department Terry Monahan, with a variety of failures that caused human rights violations. A show Kabbalah WR news
"dermot shea" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Just back from Vegas. He'll be back on the air tonight, and Frank always has a wonderful show. We're talking about the ridiculous argument of defund the police on the eve of the trial that starts in men. Neapolis tomorrow with the George Floyd case. Let's go to to Jacqueline. Jacqueline is calling from Brooklyn. Good evening, Jacqueline. What's on your mind, Dominic? It's a pleasure to speak with you again. And don't you remember we spoke last week, and I told you I started out the conversation by saying how I loved you in. Thank you. I love you, too. Go right ahead. And what I should have said, is more than anything. I respect you as a professional. And I appreciate your, um Honesty. And even if you make statements that kind of get you into a little bit of hot water, and you have to take a little heat for, But I mean, this is insanity de funding the police the previous two. Kohler's still a little bit of my son there of what I wanted to say, Um, and this kind of piggyback from what we were talking about last week. And this is a perfect example of what I meant about the racism and the discrimination. Most of these groups that are talking about the funding the police. They're the they're the biggest Racists and they are trying again. Along with the media. Which will though you are part of the media put you on a much higher, Patterson. Thank you. Thank you. Hold on for one second. I'm not going to catch you off. I just want to say this. I just want to say this to you. My experience, and I'm not going to say much for the business. But my experience has taught me that I would rather my personal experience. I would rather deal with a conservative. Any day because they're they're not gonna patronize me. And I'm going to know exactly where they stand sometimes to be honest with you liberals and his limousine liberals. They could be the absolute worse. Why? Because they want to pat you on the head and they're not gonna live with you, but they want to pat you on the head and they know what's best for you. And so you know, but anyway, continue, Jack will it Well, I agree with you. And in addition to the statement that you just made I love the statement that you made just a moment to go about. I don't remember your exact words, but they were very eloquent and am proposal. Um, about all of us being peaceful and trying to get along with one another something along those lines. Um, but these different groups, it doesn't matter what race they are, because a lot of them to be honest with you all white, Like you said these limousine liberals. Their whole agenda, along with the media that feels their fire and promotes their propaganda is to divide us to develop to divide us to put a wedge between us and that's how they will accomplish conquering us. And we can't do that. You know, we have to allow try to fight against them on band together in a peaceful way, but still hold them accountable and call them out for what they are. You know when when they are Racists. They're they're using this. As an excuse to get away to rabble rouse to be the anarchist that they are, and that doesn't help anyone. It is certainly, as your previous callers said those communities that are the poorest communities, which May be made up more predominantly, more often than that than that of either African American or Hispanic. They were also very poor white communities. They were also very poor Asian communities on those are usually the victims, and they are the ones that are most out. Spoken. They don't want it to fund the police because they're the ones that the crime affects the most. Absolutely. And I thank you for the call Jack willing and have a beautiful week when taking your telephone calls on the argument of defund the police. It's already backfiring and Los Angeles crime is up news flash and they have restored 36 million of the initial cut this as in New York State legalized recreational marijuana is already going full speed ahead with the Legislature. I've been telling you folks, it's a mistake. It's a mistake. I know the train has already left the station. I know it's already happening in other states, but we will pay dearly for this. We're taking you a telephone calls one in 808 for eight. W A B c 1 808 489222 Let's go to Louie Louie's calling from Coney Island. Good at Good evening to you, Louis. You're on talk radio 77 W A. B. C. Thank you. Donna, Can you hear me? I hear you loud and clear. Dominic, Um, Peter King of the best. That's all there is to it. I'll be very brief, and I get 32 years. I did 32 years and I'm NYPD in the seventies of Gage's service. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I used to sit with Isis sit in bed Stories. New York crime nights. Well in the in the projects, Of course, mostly, of course with African Americans, mothers and grandmothers used to put their Children to sleep in the bathtub because of the shots coming through the wall. It's happening again. I just want to say one thing. Asian trying we're reading about. It's horrible. Finally, What did Dermot Shea say he's going to do is gonna put Plainclothes police officers on the street. Now, what does that tell you, Dominic that says that the street crimes unit was enormously successful. And they may have run into trouble. What wanted to incidents? But sometimes we got to take the bad with the good if the good is overall positive, and if you're gonna put Asian American officers out there Then then these criminals and these nut jobs, they're going to run into something that they didn't wish for when they when they step toward undercover NYPD officer Dominic. That's why you make the big money. Thank you very much for taking my phone. Thank you. Thank you very much. And again, you know, with the with the street crimes unit in a city like New York, the message can't come from the politicians off. Oh, soft on crime. You made a mis take. We're gonna pat you on the head. You can get arrested for gun offenses five times and we'll let you go. And you know, on the sixth time we we may send you to prison for two years. What That has to stop..
NYPD To Add 644 Additional Officers To New York City Subway System Patrol
"The NYPD has deployed 500 police officers to patrol the city subways. That's after a man allegedly stabbed for people on the A line over the weekend, two of them fatally. Police Commissioner Dermot Shea told New York one today. The officers are working overtime or were redeployed from other assignments, and we're going to do everything we can to keep people safe. But more importantly, Pat When you look at the numbers to make people feel safe. Shea says. Despite a syriza of recent high profile attacks crimes in the transit system, we're actually down last December compared to 2019 yesterday. The empty A requested a total of 1000 additional police officers for subways and Chase says While he believes the current number is appropriate, the NYPD will continue to monitor transit crimes and reevaluate its resource
NYPD officer shot in the Bronx
"Officer hospitalized after being shot in the Bronx late last night. It happened during a traffic stop. The bullet struck the 31 year old officer blow his bulletproof vest. 6.5 year veteran was assigned to the gun Violence Suppression division. And And why why PDS, PDS, a a top top cop cop commissioner, commissioner, Dermot Dermot Shea Shea among among officials officials holding holding a a press press conference. conference. We're driving on Lafayette Avenue, Close White Plains Road to the confines of the 23rd precinct, where they counted the subject and initiated this stuff. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio among officials visiting with the officer who is from a long line of police officers, despite the paintings and was in good spirits, Thank God it looks like he's gonna make a very strong recovery, so we're counting on blessings tonight. The officer was shown at the intersection of White Plains Road, Lafayette Avenue, where The gun was recovered a suspect described as a career criminal taken into custody a
New York attorney general sues NYPD over conduct at protests
"New York State's attorney general sued the New York City Police Department today, calling its treatment of protestors against racial injustice last spring, part of a long standing pattern of abuse that stem from inadequate training, supervision and discipline. Attorney General Leticia James. This lawsuit includes dozens of examples of alleged misconduct during the spring demonstrations in the wake of George Floyd's police killing, including the use of pepper spray and batons on protesters trapping demonstrators with a technique called kept Ling and arresting medics and legal observers. James, The Democrat, was tasked by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo with investigating whether New York Police Department officers used excessive force to quell unrest and enforce it. Mayor Bill de Blasio EOS Nightly curfew. She issued a preliminary report in July that cited a clear breakdown of trust between police and the public. James is seeking reforms, including the appointment of a federal monitor. Oversee the department's policing tactics at future protests and a court order declaring that the policies and practices the department is during the protests were unlawful. Lawsuit in federal court named the city Mayor de Blasio, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea and chief of department parents Monahan as defendants. Attorney General James criticized de Blasio for saying the use of Kent Ling was justified and Schaeffer saying that the NYPD had a plan, which was executed nearly flawlessly when officers aggressively cracked down on protesters on June 4th in the Bronx. In June at the height of the protests, Mayor de Blasio was accused of misleading the city when he told reporters that he personally saw no use of force around peaceful protests even after officers had been caught on video moving on demonstrators without provocation and bashing them with batons. De Blasio said he met with Attorney General James yesterday and that they share the goal of pushing for major police reforms such as implementing recommendations in previous reports on the NYPD is protests response. De Blasio, also a Democrat, said, however, he did not agree that lawsuit was the solution.
Gunman shot by police at NYC cathedral Christmas concert
"A man who opened fire on the steps of a famed New York City cathedral Sunday afternoon at the end of a Christmas choral concert was shot and killed by police it happened at the cathedral of Saint John the divine on Amsterdam and a hundred and twelve street sending people running for cover police commissioner Dermot Shea says the man had a semi automatic gun the mobile what you see is a telling our detectives that he was yelling killing and the commissioner says he had a knapsack meant to do more harm inside this bag was a can of gasoline rolled wire most of our lives up by Baltic states I think we could all surmise that L. A. times use of the proceeds of this show says the gunmen had a lengthy criminal history Julie Walker New York
Georgia Voters To Request Absentee Ballots For Senate Runoffs
"Police fatally shot. A gunman who opened fire near a crowd gathered for christmas concert outside the cathedral of saint john the divine today. Police say three officers were nearby when the man apparently began firing into the air. Just after the concert ended commissioner dermot shea says they found two handguns on the man and a bag inside. This bag was a full can of gasoline rope wire multiple knives a bible and tape. Police shot the gunman who was taken to a hospital where he later died. There are no reports of anyone in the crowd. Being heard. the motive isn't clear but shea says some witnesses say the gunman shouted kill me.
New York City staggering from soaring gun crimes
"High in terms of shootings across the five boroughs, James Flipping reports NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea gave his take on what's driving the numbers, alluding to mental effects of lockdowns and the corona virus pandemic, But Also saying bail reform laws make it so. Suspects arrested for gun crimes are back on the streets just days later. Good toe have philosophical discussions about and mass incarceration and end incarceration. But you don't want to do it by turning the innocents public into jails in their own apartments and houses. He argues. The city had a formula that worth keeping only the worst offenders locked up and driving down crime that way. Saying that's been upended in 2020 James for pin w O
NYPD Commissioner Encouraging Small Gatherings, Urges Not To Gather In Times Square For New Years Eve
"Carlson and why PD Commissioner Dermot Shea is urging people not together in Times Square for New Year's Eve. Do the pandemic organizer's for the annual celebration see? A countdown to the New year will still take place, but most of the programming will be virtual. An interview with P I X 11 chase as revelers should prepare for a different celebration in times of New Year's Eve. Start making alternate plans start start planning for a nice small Um Event at your house, preferably the smaller the better and and we'll see you next year. The Times Square Alliance says there will still be limited Life entertainment on the year's Eve, but is urging people to
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"Sign that We could see a record turnout. Now. The New York City Police Department is suspended an officer without pay after he was seen on video saying Trump 2020 over a patrol vehicles loudspeaker violation of his Department rules when he was confronted on when he was confronted by residents in the Flatbush area. Hey, had reportedly stopped. But then, when he was egged on, he did it again. Here's that audio 20 Do it again. What you can't say Trump 20 now. Say it again. Commissioner Dermot Shea tweeting that the behavior of the officer whose name wasn't immediately made public was quote 100% of unacceptable period. He added that officers must remain apolitical. The mayor promising swift action tweeting quote any NYPD officer pushing any political agenda while on duty. Will face consequences. In other news this morning here on a F An Asian chairs, mostly lower and muted trading today amid widespread uncertainty over the presidential election benchmarks in Japan, Australia and South Korea, all falling in Monday trading Hong Kong's.
A New York police officer said, ‘Trump 2020,’ over his patrol car speaker. He has been suspended.
"Officer has been suspended without pay. This comes a day after the officer was seen on video announcing Trump 2020 over a patrol's loudspeaker. And this man lives on the block in a Flatbush, Brooklyn, where this occurred. I think that's AH, extremely dangerous, very society. Toe have a heavily armed government employees telling people who to vote for commissioner Dermot Shea tweeted Sunday that the officer's behavior was 100% unacceptable period, he said. Officers must remain apolitical,
New York Police Department Suspends Officer for ‘Trump 2020' Message Over Patrol Loudspeaker
"NYPD investigating after a video making the rounds on social media appears to show an officer voicing his support for President Trump while on the job. Two different videos were shared online of what appear to be the same incident from Saturday night in Brooklyn. In the one video retweeted by the NYPD DEA person is apparently confronting the officer and telling him to say it again. The officer then appears to use his patrol vehicles speaker to say Trump. Nt 20 that audio here What you can't say Trump 2020 now say it again now. It's unclear what happened prior to the videos being recorded by the NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea, saying the incident was 100% unacceptable in New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio through Twitter, adding at any NYPD officer pushing any political agenda while on duty will face consequences. The P B A one of the largest police unions representing New York City officers, has endorsed President Trump's bid for re election.
New York Police Officer Suspended Without Pay After Being Caught On Video Saying ‘Trump 2020’ Over Patrol Car’s Loudspeaker
"And NYPD D officer is suspended without pay after using a patrol car loudspeaker. To say Trump 2020, the NYPD announcing the suspension into tweets Sunday in one of two videos posted on social media Saturday night, The unidentified officer is sitting in the driver's seat of an NYPD SUV while parked on a street in the flat brush neighborhood of Brooklyn Police Commissioner Dermot Shea called it 100%
NYPD officer suspended for saying 'Trump 2020' over patrol vehicle speaker
"New York Police Department suspending a pro-trump police officer for what he was seen doing on the job. Two different videos were shared online of what appear to be the same incident from Saturday night in Brooklyn in the one video re tweeted by the NYPD. A person is apparently confronting the officer and telling him to say it again, the officer then appears to uses patrol vehicle speaker to say trump twenty twenty that audio here where you can't say pay twenty, nine, our state again. It's unclear. What happened prior to the video is being recorded but NYPD commissioner. Dermot Shea saying the incident was one hundred percent unacceptable in new. York City Mayor Bill de Blasio through twitter adding that any NYPD officer pushing any political agenda while on duty will face consequences the PGA. One of the largest police unions representing New York City officers has endorsed President Trump's bid for
New York PD creates committee to 'reimagine' city policing
"Community meanings kicking off tonight on reimagining the NYPD. He top cop, Dermot Shea. I think it's about leading to and a path forward, not just for this city, but for this country and recognizing everything that's going on correspondent Bob Brown explains. The reform follows an executive order from New York's governor, NYPD Holding the first of a citywide listening sessions beginning tonight in Staten Island, as the department looks for feedback on potential reforms. It will be held from seven until nine will be limited capacity, But the event will be streamed online through Facebook Live. Participants can submit questions and comments in real time, and there's also a survey to fill out Governor Cuomo has ordered all of the state's police departments to adopt of policing reform plan by April of next year. I'm Bobby Brown
New York Police Gearing Up for Potential Protests Before and After Election Day
"Commissioner Dermot Shea sent an internal memo two police officers of every rank in the department telling them to be ready for mass demonstrations. Starting as much as a week before the election, she told New York one. It's all hands on deck. Everyone is well aware of the climate right now In this country. It's certainly here in the city and the election coming up and it's our job to prepare for the worst, and hopefully it's not needed. Commissioner predicts this will be quote one of the most highly contested presidential elections in the modern era. Officials are preparing for weeks long protests after election day while ballots are still being counted. New York City public schools began random covert 19 testing for students and staff. Last week,
"dermot shea" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A 20 for now, on Colorado's Morning news today, marking 19 years since the 9 11 terror attacks, ABC is Aaron Carter Ski tells us the New York Police Department is mourning At a time of Corona virus. New York City Police Commissioner Dermot Shea remembers this smell and the smolder picture Midnight fire burning Hayes smell and everything else. It was the day after 9 11 when Shay approached the wreckage from the South come through, and now you just see that image and that will be burned on my my memory till till the day I die. The NYPD is remembering 23 police officers who died on September 11th. Well recently twice that many have died of covert 19. Shay said. He's thinking of lost perseverance and rebuilding. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New York Now for the first time, a new book is shedding light on what it was like to grow up after losing a parent in the attack on the World Trade Center. Now the memoirs called Sway in a details the troubled road of Mad Bochy, his father died on 9 11 when Matt was only nine years old. He joins us now to share that story. Good morning. Thanks for coming on. Hey, Good morning, guys. Thanks for having me we mentioned it's been 19 years since 9 11. I thought it was surprising to learn that your book is the first memoir by a child of a 9 11 victim. Why did you want to put that story on paper? I've always been a writer and I and I thought that Ah I thought it would be a good story to hear. You know, My story isn't just a 9 11 story and 9 11 is the beginning of Tumultuous and arduous process that brought me to who I am today and the person that I am today, so I wanted to get my story out there and show that most 9 11 families I would say probably all of them were affected by 9 11. In the aftermath more than honesty, sometimes today itself, you know, there was so many things that we all went through that people probably don't know, are not aware of on that note, Man. It sounds like the book is a lot about discovery of yourself in the process, but It's interesting that that you wanted to learn about your father's final moments leading up to the attack. I'm getting chills even just saying that can you share what you learned and why that part of everything that's happened your life. Why? That was so important to you. This was important back then. Because I just wanted to look, I voluntarily watched the footage in order to feel something. I wanted to empathize with my father and be there in the moment with him. And so for whatever reason, that sort of shifted and transformed into me try and solve his death because I knew that He made a few phone calls that morning after the plane hit, and the time gap between those phone calls in the tower. Eventually collapsing was quite some time, so I wanted to fill in that time. Obviously it was completely impossible task to do, but I was naive, and I wanted to do it and And so, Yeah, I was under the impression after being told by Ah anong, Kel. I'm not a blood uncle. But an uncle who told me that my father jumped, Um After knowing that my obsessive quest particularly thinking that my father jumped, he said. Oh, yeah, your father jumped and that led into him sexually abusing me on exploiting my my vulnerability. In the years to come after that eye later was able to find out what happened and what my mom was told. And those Early weeks after 9 11 when they found my father and that he was in the staircase when the building collapsed, Not surprising. You turn to drugs and alcohol. Congratulations on being sober for the past five years. Have you gone through a lot of counseling? Thank you, by the way with sobriety comment, and I do cherish my sobriety greatly, So I do appreciate that. And I went through a lot of counseling and therapy. And in those early years for sure, you know, we did family therapy, individual therapy and and a lot of those early therapy sessions. That's where I started talking about my fascination with the jumpers. And I didn't really say that. I thought my father jumped. Maybe they thought that you know, and I was very, very young at that point. As time has gone on. Yeah, I continue to do therapy on the part of a 12 step program now, so I definitely rely on that a lot, too. But there's definitely been an integral part of my of my life. Before we wrap up with you. What's the main message from the book? Is it about hopefulness about learning from these tragedies and being hopeful, moving forward about holding on to that little bit of hope that seems to be diminishing, and it's a story of resilience and perseverance. Um, I'm pulling yourself deep despair. And I think that in reality, what I want to share is that people's life events and things that they go through. Don't define them as people. You know, it's part of their story. And this is part of my story. But it doesn't define me or characterize me as a person anymore. That's something that I allowed happened for so many years and I'm a better person today because of that the memoirs called Sway the author Matt Bochy. Thank you so much and sharing your story with us just for the past few minutes. Thank you guys. Thank you so much for having this morning and on a day like this, I'm sure it's very difficulty. You have those memories, and that's so very interesting. So thank you again. It's 8 30 here on Colorado's Morning news, the newscast ahead Right now we're checking the drive once again, Jonathan Steele. You're looking much better on the freeway system from the bet. Red Sports Traffic Center got a little left over volume on to 70. This may be the slowest route we've got on the North bound side coming off by 70 and eventually heading up through Vasquez. I 76 in from 88. Little busy. It does stay slow. Just passed. I 25 out towards it Looks like maybe about Sheridan and I 25 from I 70 through downtown. A little sluggish that should break around Spear. One acts that we do have fairly serious. Colfax has been shut down, and Irving that's just west of federal as due to an accident with a pedestrian was struck by a car. They're still investigating there. With delays down south looks.
"dermot shea" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Katz Materials. He's the host of Cats round table discussing the state of New York City right now, the state of New York State right now the state of the union and we begin with the success. These last weeks, I will recall two everyone. Mr. Katzman Tate is John has spoken with Deputy Commissioner Police Commissioner John Miller about the state of affairs on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, an exclusive neighborhood that is celebrated worldwide. It's the home of many members of the editorial boards of all the newspapers and John Miller lives there and the police commissioner Dermot Shea lives there. However, these weeks it's been troubled. By a decision at some point by the city of the state to give temporary housing two men who are deeply troubled addicts or near to addicts. Men who are recovering. Out of either incarceration or halfway houses. And one particular hotel was mentioned again and again by Deputy Commissioner Miller. The Lucerne Hotel. John. Very good evening to you. We have good news to celebrate. The city is going to reverse its course. Well. The good news is the Westside group that was 13,000 Westside Liberals, which is firewood makers are Iran as a liberal. We're angry as heck on DA. They hide Randy Mastro, who's a great lawyer and a common sense lawyer, and he appealed to the mayor. I guess there was always the threat of a lawsuit and the mayor are Ah reverses course. And I mean those people urinating on the street defecating on the streets. I mean, it was just a horrible situation. On the mayor back door and cleaned out the Lucerne Hotel in moved all those people Uh, someplace cells. So we got heart of the problem on the West side solve. We still have criminals in the street. We still have dances in the street. So It's a partial victory and tights, people with courage to stand up and yell on DA. That's what it takes. Sometimes on the puzzle here, John is does this story reproduce itself throughout Manhattan because we've spoken of the difficulties of the people who live in Manhattan or having I'm certain it's the same for other boroughs. But it seems concentrated here because so many people have either moved away or are no longer trusting on the street. Can this same story be reproduced? Ah, throughout the throughout the island, John your opinion. Well, my fellow a couple of hours ago, we had Councilman Corner G on DH. We had Ah, the president of the Sergeant's whenever association Mullins and on DH we had Curtis reporting in from the street. And there are a lot of concerned citizens constantly. Current. Carnegie is one of the common sense Councilman and I urged them to get more of a coalition of common sense Councilman to do something about it. Because there was it's just wrong. What's going on? We are handcuffing our police officers instead of hanging, stopping the criminals. The puzzle also is about the finances for the city. You've spoken of this, John and we've spoken of it. And your recommendation, of course, is that the federal government provide not only funds but a monitor. Do you believe that the present condition the change of mind by the mayor. Will that be the first of other changes of mind about taking help from the outside and allowing other people to look at the budget? Because right now we're facing a shortfall. Well, let me tell you what's happening in Chicago Tying General Bar was on television during the day and he sent in that new group of said. And the crime rate. The murder rate in Chicago was down 50% in one week. Now, if the mayor called Apollo, the governor calls upon the federal government and say help And we could clean up New York. But like Sergeant, Mullen said with the Sarge's Benevolent Association, we don't need help. We just don't wanna R. Ah Police officers handcuffed in their ability to do the job. But we also you know what happens if there's a one year minimum on carrying a gun. You know how many of those people that 1000 arrest? We NATO in jail, right? None. None. I know an and when they get to the gym now, John one other matter that of concern We have been talking for 24 weeks half a year now about reopening Manhattan. Do you know I can't? I don't What is holding back the decision to reopen men. And if New Jersey can have indoor house endure dining? Why can't Manhattan it's just across the river? Well, it's politics. First of all, the governor took me up a hand today and says restaurants and open September 30th, but only 25% of the space. Ah, now, you kids, you know, you know, restaurant and staying business pays real estate taxes on only occupy 25% of his face. The restaurant owners are suing the state but $2 billion, saying to him or at least give us 50% of the space and will space of customers. No way apart we want we want the restaurants take for courses, but we don't want to put him out of business. There's gotta be a middle of the road. And there's gonna be common sense in Albany, and it's got to be common sense of the City Council. Does this mean we can move on to reopening theaters, Reopening Lincoln Center making making social distancing? I understand everybody had We had. Judy Abrams on from the theater district is a famous producer in the Theatre area, and she says she doesn't expect the theaters open upto. The fall of 2021. Now all those actors is like 90,000 actors out of work. And usually they're waiters when they're out of work. All the restaurants are closed, so they have no jobs and wars. There are other things to be opened up the barber shops. The gym's We have a lot. Manhattan needs to rejoin the world, John and it can soon enough. But let's right now celebrated success. I'm goingto lead at the feet of people talking such as your show Cats round table. That the Lucerne Hotel is to be emptied of nearly 300 deeply troubled people at 79th and Amsterdam, right in the heart of the Upper West Side, John So we take him across the street. It's across the street somewhere near where the commissioner and the deputy commercially lived, and but it's problem. It is progress, and we'll take it for now, and the mayor changed his mind. And that's a good course. Jon Katz Matty's show, his Cats round table, It's on Salem News Network and W A. B. C on Wednesday afternoons at five o'clock and another show cast Roundtable on Sunday morning at 8:30 A.m. on John Babbs. This's the John Bastard..
"dermot shea" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Yes, she did. Oh, yes, she did. Oh, yes, she did. But here in the Bernie said show everywhere in the 77 W A, B. C And with my men rushed Salzburg, Sid's dead sadly passed away last night. Condolences. Tio Rosenberg's that we talked to him earlier. And, ah! It's just a terribly sad day for the Rosenberg family and everybody because Harvey won't Rosenberg was a great man and a great dad. And it said, for our family here is well, that's right. W ABC family indeed. On speaking to said yesterday's front page of the New York Post. You've got a lot of played a lot of national play. We didn't have it. In fact, we had a caller. Call the city. I have a copy from Florida. I have a copy of the New York Post. Since it's funny way We can't get the New York Post here right. The 17 stories atop of a top of Madison Square Garden Penn Station We can't get the newspaper. But that's okay. So the the front page of the post yesterday quote unquote the thanks they get it depicts. Ah knife. Ah stuck A stand in an NYPD logo discussed stabbed But it says polls attack NYPD E slashed budget after decades of crime reduction. In other words, no good deed goes unpunished. I mean, that's exactly what happened. They talk about they try to sanitize defund the police by rename renaming it reimagining policing. And policing was reimagined by Giuliani and Bill Bratton. It's called broken windows, and now they're doing the exact opposite and crime and the exact opposite is having a crime is spiking and black people are getting killed in the inner cities. People like that. They're out there. Protest ng I mentioned we're simulcast on one of 7.1 FM. W el. I are these pitchfork wielding protesters went into the rich, wealthy Hamptons estates. Ah, Mike Bloomberg, For example. Those people can afford the private security. They're not going to suffer from de funding cops and all of these movements, though I did say it's only a matter of time before protesters. Start going into a residential neighborhood. Sure, I'm glad they went to a Bloomberg's house till because this creep was spending money like I mean, in other words, he would have he acquiesced. He folded like a cheap suit like a cheap suitcase. This guy To the left in the radical left when he was on stage. So anyway, I'm glad he's getting what I It's not gonna hurt him. He probably wasn't even there. But hey, hey, deserves to be harassed. You know what? I'm going to disagree with you on that? Because I don't like any of these people go into anybody's homes. You make a good point. You know, I just don't like that. No, I don't like you, but I'm saying that, for example, they went to those people in ST Louis. They went into the homes of private property. Guys came out with guns legally owned guns. Thank God they had the guns, but it was only a matter of time before the mob start descending on into residential neighborhoods. But they did it out in the Hamptons and also speaking of the de funding New Police department. The chief, the commissioner Dermot Shea, said this You're seeing now Mob rule in my favor and you see in the City Council about to mob rule and let's let's let's mark the date on the calendar and how long it's gonna be before we're having a conversation about New York is crying out for more police and I think that day is coming. So the city's right. The City Council, the inner city black people are going to be victimized, getting killed, 17 year old basketball player among many, many other Chicago Baltimore, say Lewis everywhere, it's happening. It's happening. It's happening. Black lives apparently don't matter. Toe black lives matter though. Today they're going to stencil. They're goingto the deface Fifth Avenue with that cop aiding. Ah, BLM mural is ah, build a blouse. You notice how Dermot Shea said the City Council is giving to mob rule. He didn't say that about this boss. So is your boss. He's allowing this so rabble this a filthy, ignorant, privileged, spoiled white rabble down in city Hall Park to remain there. I don't know why Just get him out. Send sending the cops get the tear gas. Get the water of the You know the water. Whatever it is that what a hose is, The German should get him Get him out of there. So Bill DiBlasio was on CNN list that of all people, by the way I mentioned earlier, the local news, ignoring completely Russell's bug ignoring The city whole protest the clashes between the police. They all ignored it for the local news Last night, they fact Channel five just put a sanitized version of Marches, just marching, not clashing with the police just watching peacefully. That's not what happened. This place is disgusting. Ah, filthy zone. Now it's a filthy rat infested. Looks like Zuccotti Park did After they were hanging out there for weeks and months. I told you, Tony Herbert, I was on the phone with him last night. He's going to be with me. He's you know, community advocate. He's going to be on with me and rich veld is tomorrow and when I was confirming it, he's the one who brought it up to me. Russ. If you see what's going on in City Hall, he was there, he said. It's It's unbelievable. It's mine. Bob. It really is and meet local news. Fake news local locally is ignoring it. By the way, the president is holding a An impromptu press conference because the folks that this is great news if you were Trump supporter if you believe in law and order, the economy jumped record job gains of 4.8 million in June. Smashes expectations, reads the headline at CNBC.
"dermot shea" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"So go enjoy the beach right he wanted to you could just enjoy yourself we went to where you want I want to really want to be one listen this went on for thirty five minutes thirty five minutes now finally it turns out the black guys squared off and he was actually about to get violent if the thirty five minutes so that not that that you will not hear on the fake news you won't hear that from Steve Lacy on channel five will bill Ritter on channel seven you will not hear that they're gonna play just what I'm going to play now and that's all you get here you're gonna hear about how the cop put a duty to chill cold you're not gonna hear what apple preceded that and that the cops responded to protect those dead people on the boardwalk this is what you're going to hear one of those I don't recall yeah no he's not he's yeah look look look at this is not yeah so the guys stop joking was one of the skill low life scumbags who was taunting the cops he was it was a mild choke it away they they they saved his life by the way by tackling him and not allowing him to get up because if he had broken away and grabbed one of the cops guns he would have he would have been shocked because they would have to shoot him so they saved his life what and yet what happened you're allowed to talk on cops because that's that everybody thinks that's fine there are no longer consequences to one's actions but nobody wants a misrepresentation and the demonisation of the cops is absolutely atrocious do you have one cop who is now suspended without pay without pay not even put on administrative leave thanks to Dermot Shea Dermot the emasculated humiliated capitulating a little of the Blasi stooge now afterward that they still while they had this guy locked up they put it in the wagon those two spaces are scum continued to confront the cops take a listen when something and squared off and was gonna hit my officer was standing over there that's when everything changed.
"dermot shea" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"This is a seismic shift in the culture of how the NYPD police is this great city I would consider this in the role of closing one of the last chapters of stop question and frisk I think it's time to move forward to change how we police in this city we can do it with brains we can deal with dial we can move away from three fourths brute force I never looked at it like that I always thought that was the anti police phrase that is Dermot Shea I don't know where that came from I thought at first this was a political philosophy he had implemented but looks like it was his ideas Henry how joins us now retired NYPD detective Harry I got to get your take what is your take on the no longer use of brute force is that how you describe it attention and into blue force is being used by perpetrators when they get arrested that's a brute force all the police officers are trying to do is to get them in custody and get a set of handcuffs on him you know it you know you know we look back at all the situations here that we've been talking about for the last six eight ten fifteen years you know were incidents you know where police officers have to kill somebody on on this all the time but the one thing the one thing that we don't hear about it resisting arrest now only use it as collateral resisting arrest with the police officer was a was justified in shooting or not that's one thing I put these all come from lifting the rest and the thing is that resisting arrest really isn't a crime anymore I remember when I was still on the phone to call back in the old days that's the first thing that will that will be the one we saw the prosecutor was that resisting arrest was the first crime that they dropped all the time six hundred plainclothes.
New York Police Department Eliminating Plainclothes Anti-Crime Units in Move Toward More Community Policing
"New York City police department is shutting down its plainclothes anti crime unit some six hundred officers will be reassigned in a move towards more community policing and my PD commissioner Dermot Shea explained why the officers will moving to other units including detective work this is twenty first century policing intelligence data shotspotter video he added this is a seismic shift in how the NYPD police is New York
New York PD Eliminating Plainclothes Anti-Crime Units in Move Toward More Community Policing
"Greenfield in the NYPD is shutting down its plainclothes anti crime unit as Lisa G. reports some six hundred officers will be reassigned in a move towards more community policing and my PD commissioner Dermot Shea explained why the officers will move into other units including detective work this is twenty first century policing intelligence data shotspotter Leo he added this is a seismic shift in how the NYPD police is New York City I'm Lisa G. W.
N.Y.P.D. Disbands Plainclothes Units Involved in Many Shootings
"The police commissioner in New York City says he's disbanding the department's department's anti anti crime crime unit unit hundreds hundreds of of plainclothes plainclothes officers officers who who campus campus the the city's city's five five boroughs boroughs effective effective immediately immediately we we will will be be transitioning transitioning those those units roughly six hundred people city wide into a variety of assignments including detective bureau neighborhood policing and other assignments standouts men from commissioner Dermot Shea comes amid weeks of demonstrations against police brutality ignited by the death of George Floyd the city has faced increasing pressure from protesters to reduce the size of the police department and shift resources into social
"dermot shea" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"In the most quickly when possible I would and if you have anything in mind I just need my unity my neighbors the same as my white ones and the other is there doing this call and response with their hands up in the air it is it is a qual Zaira religious baptism into the fires of the riot movement that they'd lose down the country and as if you haven't seen this video it's tragic it's sad it's prophetic it's ridiculous you people have made a mockery of every thing that is decent and of course it's fits perfectly with Monty python's life of Brian home yeah yeah yeah it's I mean a lot of money python has been making fun of these people for decades and there was to it about a year it's time to grovel enough now it's got a semi number fifteen the New York City police department NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea and I played a nice audio sound bite of him yesterday he was making sense and and then yesterday after the show he came out and he apologized for every all the bad things that the place of dot this is like the south African truth commissions or the model is that the Maoists used to drag the people that I had offended the state and the workers that they would shame them in front of our crowd and they have to grovel and still there's literally the Maoists used to do this and here is now the NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea Farrell.
Two New York police shot and wounded, one knifed, while on duty to stop looting
"Brown thousands take part in peaceful protests calling for change in policing after George Floyd's death but after dark New York police commissioner Dermot Shea says an armed man knifed one officer and shot two others in Brooklyn he used to be a completely Howard lake despicable unprovoked attack the suspect is critical all three officers are expected
"dermot shea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Told pics eleven it would be a show of solidarity between police and demonstrators I think our with them taking a knee they should take their department and take the need in front of the minutes say Hey let's stop the violence public advocate your money Williams has invited police commissioner Dermot Shea to take any with him and other officials as the city prepares for phase one of re opening on Monday the MTA's released its plan to return to regular service with some caveats W. NYC Steven Nissen reports the MTA plans to increase how often trains are running but those overnight closures from one AM to five AM will still be in effect face masks will be required and both the city and state are providing millions of them to be distributed at stations still the MTA says it does not support the arrest or ticketing of anyone who does not wear a mask other changes writers will notice social distancing floor markers and hand sanitizer dispensers despite the return to regular service the MTA is still urging nonessential workers to consider other forms of transportation and asking businesses to stagger work shifts whenever possible all to reduce crowding on the buses and trains the MTA is investigating an incident early this morning where cars on a subway train unexpectedly separated while the train was in service the agency says ten passengers were safely evacuated at the chamber street station officials say they believe it was an isolated incident but the MTA is removing the entire fleet of R. one seventy nine trains from service out of what they're calling quote an abundance of caution the MTA had pulled the fleet earlier this year following two incidents with a locking mechanism on the door was found not to be secure the cars were returned to service in January following an inspection we'll see cloudy skies for the rest of the day showers and thunderstorms are likely this afternoon some of those storms may be severe with.
"dermot shea" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We were joined earlier by police commissioner Dermot Shea now we ask the commissioner about social distancing and fines for people who don't cooperate do you have that sound bite Natalie all right well we had a minor earlier yeah and we're hoping to replace some of that interview during the segment here and I Michael I thought it was very good to you as he was excellent was he worried about what's going to happen in the future I think you were getting at was the idea of looting and he said well they prepared for all kinds of contingencies they're really not concerned about that good the blood here's what he had to say about the social distancing and fines were out there to remind people you know into New York kinda way Hey keep it keep it low overweight we don't need you here the last thing we want to do is be finding people in it or arresting heaven forbid even in a time when people have a tough time I mean the economic piece of this is a backseat but you know everyone is really worried about that one two punch so it it's the last thing we want to do it is further make a bad situation worse to be handing out fines we have we are quick getting compliance we're expecting continued compliance were out there to make people see us you know they like to see the cops they like to have a sense of normalcy it's it's it's a it's something again we are going to get through this but it's gonna whether it's in the parks whether it's going for a jog a bit exercise keeps people at this time with mental health it's a good thing get out get your exercise but then get back indoors all right police commissioner German say now as I mentioned crime stats are down and we we talked to about the fact that crime is back at base on the back burner in them I guess that's a good thing the crime it still goes on but it's certainly taken a backseat we see a pretty significant crops it's nothing that we have are completely take our eye off but when you walk around the city as I'm sure you've seen all the pictures it seen it firsthand yourself the streets are for the most part used on New York like so whether it's below ground around top ground the store is closed it had a pretty dramatic impact on the crime right now Michael you were concerned about well you've said to us on a couple of occasions where you're really worried about this economy and and might lead to looting Michael and and I guess some he a I guess you want to come out use that phrase but he certainly said that they are prepared for all kinds of contingencies yeah I mean I only ask the question because I was talking to one of my local merchants here in the village and he he owns one of the little mom and pop one store here and he said that in his area the block where his at his stores on he said things as it as night falls are getting a little sketchy there is a lot of people loitering around lingering around he's feeling a little bit uncomfortable by himself at night in the wine shop Hey Michael you're going about your daily routine visiting your shops during your walk swimming life really unaffected but to you well I mean I try to support the local businesses because they're all suffer in so you know I try to do some take out here and I go to a local butcher and go to the line guys and I ride my bike I try to get in an hour an hour and a half bike ride so that it can you go in the stores can you go you can you can have too many people in them so the if they say like the butcher of no more than two people at a time in the store so just wait outside the wind guy you know and when I go in there has been that those guys are not not all that busy during the day they're mainly busy delivers a lot of cases of wine are being shipped around the city but but you know I mean I I really do believe you gotta support the local guys you don't want those guys to lose their livelihoods and as long as I'm working and I got some money coming in I'm gonna do what I can to try to help them with a business system you know by being a good customer good for you anything wrong with that show no no no I'm just kind of curious about one of your close friends yeah you seem very Michael your question was usually politic you charm the privilege left in the interdicted but only after I've nearly retired in South Carolina where my shorts to work yeah but he's he's right you are that that was the tone of his voice that was the tone of his voice was thanks and we also had Dr oz on the on the show earlier of course and his TV shows weekdays at one o'clock on fox five and we we're talking about these new clinical trials about the malaria drug they sort of malaria drugs certainly helped our compatriot Alice Stockton Rossini is mom and we talk to Dr oz about about that drug and what I'm excited about is we're starting clinical trials now I sold to companies in North Carolina who promises to have results back by April twenty first in the meantime on Sunday night the FDA which isn't I think I've pretty unique fast tracked it approved the use of that drug for by doctors for their patients prescription you don't do it on your own and their side effects but if that proved used to that so those are the kinds of things I like I guess there's a hundred literally a hundred to add products many of them already FDA approved for other indications for other viruses for other people challenges to the new system that are being tested now for that first got covered nineteen we're going to have solutions and we are talk to doctor right now with all the bad news floating around in the in a hospital ship arriving have hospitals being built Central Park we asked them you know is there is some light at the end of the tunnel and he said it does seem to focus on all the new testing and quick testing and here's what he told us about that and as you probably know over the weekend at that was approved a five minute test so we'll know immediately in his test that can be used outside the hospital so as that comes on the line we're going to immediately if your deposit or not if you're positive you everyone that's close you get quarantined that's what they've done to countries like Germany inside three where they've been successful when those people are quarantined and taken out of the pool the rest of the folks to go back to work that's a concept the older people have to be kept separately this summer that would do of course more in may because in April we had a key crisis but here's a deep deep part part that I'm feeling better about Steve Dutton D. decreasing out of the hospital admissions is slowing so that's the first thing happens in China it took them twenty four days from when they imposed a quarantine today finally got to speak to the peak of their problems so that's next week so we can hold our breath for another ten days or so it's not not get anyone else affected you were the ones who got infected ten days two weeks three weeks ago we're still in the ICU is still suffering that those cases be managed appropriately then in two weeks you'll start to see once we get that that keycard rapid decline because no no new people are getting infected to be put into the system and they have soft data to support this is well like how many people have fevers and how many people going to the hospital the admissions rates in New York City not skyrocketing anymore these are all good signs there are many reasons for this is not just that it was sort of hanging out doing better but social distancing is quirky so there's a little bit of good news a little bit and not get in there yeah absolutely and you know China is really coming back fairly quickly you know I'm not a China expert but from what I see the reports that whoo whoo whoo whoo Han wherever that place is back it's both hands back in open for business so there are going woohoo and land that is although you know the market Dow futures have been up there down now about a hundred thirty four with these days a hundred and thirty four doesn't mean anything and I would say is when you get these numbers are more like of thousands by the way the the mayor was on the today show this morning and we we thought we want to check out what he had to say and he said the well they seem to get worse before they get better that's what he said it.
"dermot shea" Discussed on AP News
"14 year old was Sean weaver was arrested Friday night in a Manhattan apartment building and charged as an adult with second degree murder according to police commissioner Dermot Shea we are confident that we have the person in custody who stepped up Tessa majors was killed in Morningside park on December 11 during what police said was a botched robbery Manhattan DA cy Vance says the evidence against weaver is overwhelming video evidence the blood evidence the smartphone evidence the I. cloud evidence the witness identification and the defendant's own statements 13 year old was arrested shortly after the murder and is also being charged Julie Walker New York
"dermot shea" Discussed on AP News
"While police were out looking for the man responsible for shooting a cop Saturday night as he sat in his patrol then they say Robert Williams calmly walked into the 40 first precinct on Sunday and started shooting up police again wounding one and act caught on video both officers are recovering mayor bill de Blasio and commissioner Dermot Shea said yesterday protests targeting the least lead to this words matter and words affect people's behavior and here we have you New York City police officers twice in 12:00 hours target and she says Williams has a long criminal history including a 2002 shooting and carjacking where he fired at police Julie Walker New York
"dermot shea" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Dermot Shea said a man walked into the station house in the forty first precinct in the Bronx and opened fire it is only by the grace of god tell her okay actions of those inside the building that took him into custody that we are not talking about police officers murdered inside in New York City police precinct it was the second time in twelve hours police in the same precinct had come under attack after two officers were ambushed while sitting in a van Aron Kader ski ABC news a mother of three is dead following a house fire Friday night in New Jersey that blaze started at around eleven o'clock on fifteenth street in the silver creek neighborhood of Toms River sever tree he you worked at an elementary school in Lakewood was found dead in the home after the fire was extinguished and strong winds definitely contributed to the damage caused by three neighboring homes officials said that a man and three kids were able to escape but the cause of the fire remains under investigation governor Cuomo defending the program he proposed in the state budget aimed at controlling the state's Medicaid costs James flipping explains the governor says no this isn't a cost shift whereas the proposed budget would force towns a minister pallipes to cover anything over a three percent increase in annual Medicaid spending where previously the state had agreed to cover the whole thing governor Cuomo when you paid for the restaurant we went to McDonald's all of a sudden I pay and you want to go to a high price they cap space is currently Medicaid costs increased by seven percent annually something the state can't survive we have to get it down to three historically exactly where once he wants towns paying the increase over three percent while keeping twenty five percent of the savings if they come in under three James weapon W. O. R. news the death toll from the will hunt corona virus now tops the sewers outbreak of two thousand three Chinese officials reported an additional eighty nine deaths yesterday bring in the global death toll to eight hundred thirteen that's our pass of the seven hundred seventy four people who died of severe acute respiratory syndrome in two thousand two in two thousand three so far there are more than two thousand seven hundred confirmed cases of coronavirus in twenty four countries and that includes the U. S. where four passengers were to tested a board royal Caribbean anthem of the seas ship docked in Bayonne have come back negative for corona virus the vessel scheduled to nail set sail tomorrow the MT a revealing the cost of damage done by protesters back in January I shook ballot has more dozens of subway stations were covered in graffiti video screens smashed metro card machines soaked in glue police are still searching for suspects caught on surveillance video doing the damage and ABC seven is reporting the price tag for repairs is over a hundred thousand dollars activists protest in Grand Central Terminal on the thirty first demanding free M. T. A. service and no police in the subway the MTA said on Thursday that they respect freedom of speech but the damage done by vandals is costly and takes their attention away from numerous scheduled repairs a show Bala W. O. R. news Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren cleans her campaign is built for the long haul I got the.
"dermot shea" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Commissioner Dermot Shea said a man walked into the station house in the forty first precinct in the Bronx and opened fire it is only by the grace of god and her look actions of those inside the building that took him into custody there we are not talking about police officers murdered inside a New York City police precinct it was the second time in twelve hours police in the same precinct had come under attack after two officers were ambushed while sitting in a van Aron Kader ski ABC news one officer was wounded in each shooting both are expected to recover more than thirty seven thousand five hundred confirmed cases of the corona virus worldwide over sixty of them on board the diamond princess cruise ship is docked in quarantine off Japan guys Rouleau his wife for on board for their honeymoon he's concerned about cases spreading on the ship scariest part I'm gonna have to say I really like makes you very depressed is anyone from one person who got off the ship and which is a scare to not ten people infected twenty dead now we're up to sixty three you're listening to ABC news there is only T. A. R. on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic he G. A. R. news time eleven oh two good morning I'm Deborah Dale the president plans a trip to the valley president trump holding a rally at the Arizona veterans memorial Coliseum on Wednesday February nineteenth that day also the first day of early voting in the Arizona presidential preference selection one person is dead after a five vehicle crash on the I ten in Tempe last night the Arizona department of public safety says one vehicle was hit from behind and that caused a chain reaction crash one of the vehicles rolled over that driver was subjected to and that is the person who was killed the valley wise health behavioral health center in merry bail is now home to a new mental health court gene Kaballah with the hospitals as having a core with it in the hospital is good for everyone having it right in the facility is better for the person undergoing the evaluation for the doctors who have to testify in the proceedings and for all of the other support folks who are part of the process the courts are used mainly when a person may be a risk to themselves or others this is the third behavioral court in the valley and the first one on the west.
"dermot shea" Discussed on AP News
"It's an active scene outside the 40 first precinct in the Bronx where this morning a man calmly walked inside took out a gun and started shooting was caught on camera you can see people running and ducking for cover police say an officer was shot in is in serious but stable condition the shooter was arrested the last night commissioner Dermot Shea says a man walked up to a police van asked for directions and then started shooting at the officers hitting one of them will be very clear this was an assassination attempt the officer was rushed to the hospital by his partner with non life threatening injuries police are still looking for that shooter Julie Walker New York
"dermot shea" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Just what company with that from from ages on going comedy are America's safest big city yesterday you informed us that he was on his way come and build a blood feel the part time at the dot from park slope to queens with his lap dog new police commissioner Dermot Shea who knows how to cook the books form to make it seem like it was safer than it's ever been and what we see tweeting out and he he tweeted out I'm going to we're going to talk about our new plan for twenty twenty and how we're going to be easy how they have the safest city in America is going to be even safer in twenty I've literally I guess so yeah he wasn't aware that we are America's safest big city that is left on police commissioner government Shea couldn't fix the statistics because the NYPD just released the fact that nineteen people were shot in New York City just last week yeah that's a fifty percent increase from the previous week and yet he continues to say that I will direct everyone to the Kurdish and Juliet Facebook page and we did a post when I was at the Brooklyn Bridge you'll see that you see everyone streaming across amazing pictures in the rally against anti semitism and there was a journalist from rebel news from Toronto who stayed with me recorded all the reactions of people and you can see how they would just slam into was he opened Cuomo who on the other side of the Brooklyn Bridge with talking about unity and none of them would talk about black anti semitism and you can go to W. A. B. C. radio dot com the website see it for yourself it is really good stuff hi yeah yeah I I this is a great example of a politician who thinks that just because he has cameras on him he can throw out lies are exaggerations arm Middleton just miss misconstrued things and we're all just gonna believe them and and a lot of us do that's the problem with America I think a lot of it's just me look me think they're legitimate so I guess it must be true that's what we have to call these people out well let's go to the phones it's Jamie calling from Long Island welcome to Curtis djindjic said Juliet here at W. ABC Jimmy Hey I got a good one good this is for a jury the probable you're talking about actually no I know him yeah I'm a trouble myself when I went on and that's what he does he's a troll I don't want you to think that that represents us at all as a group okay all right well it's good to know that I mean we can get into the whole probably conversation but if that's not who yeah I mean I it's a little surprising but thank you for coming right but she that's what lies in the live show was complaining of down to down to me for a second controls yeah that have forced her to leave Twitter so this guy this Asian guy member the proud boy that your your your husband you should not was friends when we were we were friends with them you know he's he's loves music he's a metal guys got the tats and everything and literally got but you just trolling yeah but but he doesn't under the guise of prop was so Jimmy I I I feel that the problem was a very controversial tell me what the point of the proud boys is explain explain what I'm getting wrong about them because I look at them as a problem in the whole country got it wrong yes go ahead yeah well it's a men's club is basically a drinking Pratt and we were forced into politics because we started you know doing security for speakers like Ann Coulter and people like that and they automatically assume we're not Jesus and and not then we started getting and scratching and keeps on you know it just snowballed from there well you have to say to people when people say that you are the the right wing equivalent of anti for they're wrong because it's all self defense are you and he follows the protagonist why do I say I mean intifada disgrace on but what is interesting is that in thank you during the patrols had I been bringing into crown heights borough park in Williamsburg is that the anti Semites right you know they come in all forms of course black was crazy vehicle spectrum but in ours she any New Jersey our elected officials are unable to say black anti semitism it takes him into a witch easily condemn proud voice like Cuomo is done right we'll promos had a press conferences against probably but he won't have a press conference nor the blouse you again elected officials against this wave of black anti semitism I guess I guess with any group you want there's gonna be bad apples in every group whether it's the police whether it's the problem was with her and I guess the point is we we have to just be better as a country star calling I think he's already get out you've just got to get off and maybe okay you know what I'm gonna commit to this god I hope I can commit if I make a promise all I will stick to it I will not be on Twitter during my vacation oh my god this is going to be a big deal up next though this can be a big deal a lot of people you know we're out in Foley square yesterday to give the Bronx cheer who man hollering at the free will waive all if you want to speak with the Walker as he was going into court for the start of his trial but first on news headlines and updates information you can use you frost from the capital of the world radio seventy seven W. C. I was wondering how a murder arrest in the case of that missing Connecticut mother forty three degrees cloudy I'm Sara Lee Kessler now what's trending on seventy seven W. A. B. C. and W. A. B. C. radio dot com the estranged husband of missing Connecticut mother Jennifer do Los has been arrested on murder charges the mother of five was last seen shopping her kids off at school last may photos to Los was previously charged with evidence tampering and hindering the prosecution all the while maintaining his innocence despite their ongoing divorce and custody battle to Los was arrested this morning at his home in Farmington I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news Harvey Weinstein will remain out of jail on bond during his New York trial on sex crime charges a New York judge has rejected a prosecutor's request to hold one steam without bail during his trial following new sex assault charges in LA jury selection is scheduled to begin today Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it's embarrassing that house Democrats are using impeachment for partisan political gain out in our program and how embarrassing to rush forward on a partisan basis and then treat and treat madam president what you've done like a political toy McConnell talking about house speaker Nancy Pelosi and her refusal to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate until she gets assurances there will be a fair trial right now the Dow down a hundred seven points the nasdaq up seven and the S. and P. down eight points sports the New York Giants of a new head coach they've hired New England Patriots wide receiver and special teams coach.
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"For the community of Dayton came together demanding action and like stone B. C. name amid the gun fire there's growing fear that crime in New York City may be on the rise after years of record decline the recent murder of modern college freshman Tessa majors in Morningside park in upper Manhattan has sparked a debate she was killed during a robbery but merit of law's use trying to calm concerns there's no way on earth from going back and I'll let the city go back plus in many many ways this city is just changed profoundly in isn't going back to New York City police department was the focus of several top stories in two thousand nineteen including a change in leadership James o'neill retires police commissioner to take a job with visa he was replaced by Dermot Shea one of o'neal's last actions was to fire police officer Daniel Pantaleo for his involvement in the death of Eric garner the entire city and country was watching after weeks of a departmental trial and five years after officer Daniel Pantaleo was seen on video wrapping his arm around Eric garner's neck area in a choke hold while struggling to arrest him the police commissioner made his decision August nineteenth James o'neal announced he would take the recommendation of a departmental judge who said officer Daniel Pantaleo should be fired and loses pension for violating policy on ban chokeholds which is believed to have contributed to Eric garner's death this clear that Daniel Pantaleo controlling effectively service in New York City police officer carrying out the court's reticent verdict in this case I take no pleasure I know that many will disagree with this decision and that is their right one of those disagreeing is the head of the patrolmen's benevolent association Pat Lynch his blood was boiling saying the job of a police officer is now dead the job is dead because the leadership of this city and its police department is absolutely afraid of the criminal advocates and based his decision not on the fact what base this decision on the politics Eric garner's family obviously did not see it that way garner's daughters emerald snipes relieve that after years of waiting officer panel layout was no longer on the force commission nail I thank you for doing the right thing I truly sincerely thank you know following the firing the police union urged officers to use caution when making arrests sat show twenty seven percent drop in arrest the week after the officer was fired compared to the prior year meanwhile Pantaleo also filing a lawsuit against the NYPD trying to get his job back alleging the decision to fire him was arbitrary and capricious hi I'm scampering will double your dues new training was ordered for the police department after two officers were killed this year by friendly fire detective Brian bill Keane was hit by police bullets while struggling with the suspect and detective Brian Simonton was killed by a barrage of police bullets after he responded to a robbery at a cell phone store in queens the year also saw the conclusion of the long case of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin accrues mon notice L. chapel for years law enforcement have considered L. chopper one touchable as he ran his drug empire by way of the snow a cartel in Mexico worry scape to jail twice using bribery and later an advanced tunnel system extradited to U. S. soil the federal government began their prosecution in November of twenty eighteen alleging the trafficking of opiates and associating violence with the defense than taking up the case some weight January outside court in Brooklyn New Yorkers reacted to the proceedings so how much money it's almost when the one guy.