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"detectives union" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Malia takas from New York, talking to Griff Jenkins on Fox News. This was preventable and sadly enough is enough. We really need to change the laws of New York and New York City to ensure that we put these bad guys behind bars. Repeatedly, we've warned about this. We've said that these dangerous bail law that the Democrats passed and in Albany were leading to more people being released. In fact, the detectives union recently told me that 9 out of ten people found with criminal possession of a weapon are being released back onto the street and 50% of the people that actually shoot somebody are being released back onto the street without bail because of these laws. And it just has to stop. And I'm really I'm begging my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. It's work together to fix our city. The mayor to his credit has said he wants to do this, but it's been three weeks. We've already seen 5 police officers shot one now fatally. How many police officers have to be shot before the Democrats figure out letting criminals go free doesn't make our communities safer? And incidentally, that's not a talking point. That's not a conservative talking point. That's literally the position of the newly elected district attorney in Manhattan. Letting criminals go free makes our communities safer. There's nothing to be gained by locking up some poor misguided man or woman who they had a bad childhood. They've got a drug problem. They've got an alcohol problem. They've got they've been no presh. Why put that person who threw that 93 year old woman down the steps in jail? She doesn't need to go to jail. We need to help them. We need to nurture them. Enough is enough is enough is enough. Kyle's in Atlanta. Hey Kyle welcome. How are you? I'm doing good sir. How about you? I'm great, sir. What do you think about what's happening in the country and these crimes that are happening? The surge, I'm sure it's bad in Atlanta two, isn't it? It is. It definitely is. And listen to your program before you think I'm nuts. You're right and you're wrong. I don't know that you can put any new laws on the books that's going to have an impact. But if you remember under Rudy Giuliani, they implement and stop and frisk, which led to reduction in the number of illegal firearms of reduction in crime. But they decided that that was a racist program that killed it. We talked all the time about. What am I wrong about? What if I said that you disagree with? Because I don't think it's evolved. I think you need to bring that program back. You know, there's not one. You don't think what's a law? No, I'm sorry. Let me rephrase. Okay. They need to enforce the laws on the book. Correct. What have I said? Oh, I don't disagree with you. Oh, I got you. It's a new law. Well, it's not a new law. There's nothing about that I mean, there's plenty of laws that are on the books. That's my point. And force the laws that are on the books. Maybe you misunderstood me. Let me try again. The Democrats don't want laws and forced that lock up bad guys. The Democrats want to spring criminals. And again, I am begging one person in America listening to me who can tell me what law would have worked in preventing a convicted felon who stole a gun apparently from Maryland in 2017 and used it to slaughter an animal a 22 year old NYPD officer. This young man, it just breaks my heart. I'm going to try to get to Saint Patrick's cathedral later this week for the funeral because they want everybody to attend. They want the general public to fill Saint Patrick's cathedral and honor this young man. He was amazing. He was a young guy, listen to this video that has popped up on social media of the officer who was killed. This is heartbreaking. Officer Jason Rivera, cut number 7, he's talking in kind of a young person's vernacular. This is why apparently when he was in high school and why he wanted to make a community a better place. Listen to officer Jason Rivera, who was this is the officer who was killed in New York. High school is high school. Like, you know what? We don't like it, but we still have to do it, all right? And I want you to do it because when I was a freshman, I didn't have no one to motivate me. I want to motivate you. I wanted to hear me. Hear my voice and know that you're gonna get through it. You're gonna get through it. Put in the work. You gotta put in a 100% effort. And you know what? If it takes some time after school, you know, so be it, because I mean, here's a young man trying to inspire other young men and women in high school a couple years later, he becomes a cop. He's 22 years old. He responds to a domestic call a mother calling the cops on her son, the son apparently bursts out of the door and shoots him in the face. And incidentally, the gunman allegedly pumped more bullets into the two officers as they were laying there. Thanks Democrats. You're doing a great job with our cities. 806 5 5 Mike. The Mike Gallagher show. This is not an epidemic of the unvaccinated. Clearly many, many people that are getting infected today have been what CDC calls fully vaccinated. And I think when you start blaming people, you actually get them to dig in. So I think it's much better to engage in a dialog and work with people to try to encourage them to accept the importance of vaccination for themselves and their family. The relief factor dot com studios. Here's.
Rep. Nicole Malliotakis Calls for Policy Change to Put Criminals Behind Bars, Following NYPD Shootings
"Malia takas from New York, talking to Griff Jenkins on Fox News. This was preventable and sadly enough is enough. We really need to change the laws of New York and New York City to ensure that we put these bad guys behind bars. Repeatedly, we've warned about this. We've said that these dangerous bail law that the Democrats passed and in Albany were leading to more people being released. In fact, the detectives union recently told me that 9 out of ten people found with criminal possession of a weapon are being released back onto the street and 50% of the people that actually shoot somebody are being released back onto the street without bail because of these laws. And it just has to stop. And I'm really I'm begging my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. It's work together to fix our city. The mayor to his credit has said he wants to do this, but it's been three weeks. We've already seen 5 police officers shot one now fatally. How many police officers have to be shot before the Democrats figure out letting criminals go free doesn't make our communities safer? And incidentally, that's not a talking point. That's not a conservative talking point. That's literally the position of the newly elected district attorney in Manhattan. Letting criminals go free makes our communities safer. There's nothing to be gained by locking up some poor misguided man or woman who they had a bad childhood. They've got a drug problem. They've got an alcohol problem. They've got they've been no presh. Why put that person who threw that 93 year old woman down the steps in jail? She doesn't need to go to jail. We need to help them.
"detectives union" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Airways please fix this issue and it's not just delta. A whole lot of the internet is down. The problem originated with internet service provider. Aca my which said it was having trouble with it. Still may name service or dns a sort of internet phone book. That directs all web traffic to the proper addresses. And now we're after it started. The company tweeted had implemented a fix back. My says a software update not a heck cost the problem. The third major internet outage in two months and the second involving underscoring the internet's vulnerability. We really do need to think long and hard about our ongoing redundancy and reliability because we do have a lot of the internet centralized under just a handful of several major corporations echo. My handles up to a third of the world's internet traffic critical to internet connectivity in a global economy lester. Tom costello thanks attorney. General merrick garland is taking. Aim tonight at the crimewave. In many of america's cities garland announcing he's sending in more federal resources to combat gun violence. More on that he was gave gutierrez tonight in new york city. Police are looking for the gunman who shot a sixteen year. Old in broad daylight just another example of surging gun violence in major cities across the country. The strikes not only serving but today the justice department launched witted calls anti gun trafficking strikeforce's in five cities new york washington. Dc los angeles san francisco and chicago were just yesterday. Three people including a teenager were killed by gunfire and thirty. Two others were wounded in d. c. outrage after six year. Old courtney was gunned down. I'll standings is broken. We would never be the same again. The bein administration is focusing on a crackdown of illegal gun. Sales but similar tactics have been tried before you believe that. The main reason for this uptick in violent crime is bill without a doubt critics including the head of the nypd detectives union argue. Going after. Guns is not enough. They highlight recent cuts to police department budgets and the elimination of cash. Bail or to revolving door do you. Detectives and police officers from year to date have made approximately thirty five hundred gun. Arrests and seventy five percent of those individuals are let back out onto the street so there are no consequences. The attorney general sense this new initiative. We'll make it easier for local cops and prosecutors to share information helping to arrest people with outstanding warrants luster gutierrez tonight. Thank you up next. Challenge holding these olympics. Cure simmons with an exclusive interview with japan's prime minister. And we're back in tokyo now..
"detectives union" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"About us, Um the Afghan government would collapse financially but keeping track of all that money from a farm. And more right after these headlines. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. President Joe Biden is now in Geneva for what may well be the most watched part of his first overseas trip as president sit down with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. And arrived following meetings with global group of seven leaders and the NATO An E S. U. S EU summits. Biden meets tomorrow with Putin. Meanwhile, the U. S and the European Union reached a truce on a long running trade dispute involving Boeing and Airbus. As NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London. They're doing so to focus on a new competitor, China. The EPA trade dispute has run for 17 years, racked up more than $11 billion in tariffs and focuses on subsidies. The World Trade Organization said both The US and EU provided the aircraft makers. But President Biden, who met with the European Union in Brussels, said the two sides would pause tariffs for five years to counter what he called non market practices by China. The target is Komac, China's state sponsored aerospace manufacturer, which is expected to become a legitimate rival by the end of the decade. The truce is part of Biden's strategy to rally allies in Europe to counter China, which he sees is a growing political and economic challenge. Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS London Another unwelcome milestone in the Covid 19 pandemic. The U. S death told me Covid 19 now tops 600,000, according to the Johns Hopkins coronavirus dashboard. That's greater than the population of Baltimore or Milwaukee over the winter, the nation was adding about 100,000 deaths each month. But as more and more people are being vaccinated, particularly older Americans Death rate is down sharply now about 375 daily deaths. That's down from almost 4000 day. At one point worldwide, the US still reports the greatest number of deaths, followed by Brazil, India and Mexico. Global death toll now stands at 3.8 million Biden administration has released the first national strategy for counting countering domestic terrorism. NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. The strategy aims to guide the federal government's efforts to tackle the growing threat posed by domestic violent extremists. The national strategy builds on an earlier intelligence community assessment that concluded that domestic extremists pose an increased threat to the homeland. Speaking at the Justice Department attorney General Merrick Garland explained why a response now is so important attacks by domestic terrorists are not just attacks on their immediate victims. They are a tax on all of us. Collectively. The national strategy aims to flesh out the administration's approach to countering the threat posed by domestic violent extremists, including an emphasis on boosting domestic terrorism related research and analysis. Preventing recruitment and addressing long term factors that contribute to domestic terrorism. Ryan Lucas NPR NEWS Washington Linea Sense factories, mines and utilities were all busier. Last month, the Federal Reserve says factory production rose 9/10 of a percent production was also up at mines and utilities. Stocks lost ground on Wall Street Today, the Dow dropped 94 points. The NASDAQ was down 101 points the S and P fell eight points. This is NPR. And this is W NYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. It is the fourth day of early voting in New York City's local elections, where mayor controller borough president and so many other local offices are up for grabs. Carmen Martinez was voting at the Brooklyn Museum earlier today. She had some advice. Hey, vote your conscience. Do your research. You know, Um, read those books list that come in, you know, read it by the candidates and make your choice. Feel good about it wants to vote. There's nothing better than feeling good. Once you cast your vote, and I feel great. Some details on that election. Early voting runs through Sunday. Primary Day is one week away. That is on the 22nd. To learn more about the election and how ranked choice voting works. You can visit gothamist dot com. A manager at Shake Shack is suing the NYPD officers who falsely said they were served milkshakes poisoned with bleach last summer. The officers made the claims last June at the height of protests following the police killing of George Floyd. Two NYPD Unions repeated them in tweets, but police investigators later found it wasn't true. Manager Marcus Gilliam says he was falsely arrested over the claims and detained for more than five hours. His federal defamation lawsuit filed yesterday also names the Police Benevolent Association and the NYPD Detectives Union. The two groups did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Well, you might know him as the heroic captain who managed to safely land an airplane on the Hudson River. But soon he might be using the title. Ambassador Sully Thank you very much. That's if Sully Sullenberger is confirmed by the Senate. Earlier today, President Biden nominated him to serve as the U. S representative on the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization. The pilot became famous in 2000 and nine after landing US Airways flight 15 49 on the Hudson after it hit a flock of birds shortly after take off from LaGuardia. Sully retired in 2010 after 30 years with US Airways. Tonight. We should see mostly clear skies love about 62 Sunny will have a high of about 80 degrees. Right now. It is 80 in Central Park Right now at LaGuardia. We're looking at 80 degrees partly cloudy..
"detectives union" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"At least fourteen are seeing an increase beyond the average number of tests what is locked down restrictions were lifted in may spending returned retail sales increased nearly eighteen percent in may as coronavirus restrictions lifted and stores reopened consumers are still spending less each month than they did before the pandemic but this is the latest sign the worst of the economic impact from the virus may be over some of the stories particularly hard hit in the last few months rebounded in may including clothing and furniture A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey North Korea blew up an empty liaison office building near the border with South Korea as symbolic display of anger to put pressure on Washington and Seoul amid deadlocked nuclear diplomacy this is ABC news an investigation in New York City after several police officers started feeling sick after eating at a chain restaurant police say it happened at a shake shack in Manhattan the NYPD reports the officers ordered food and milk shakes last night and all immediately began to feel ill and had to be taken to the hospital but after investigation police say there was no criminality by shake shack employees detectives are looking into whether the milkshake machine wasn't fully cleaned when the officers shakes were prepared the detectives union raised concerns by putting out an alert suggesting the officers were poisoned Derek Dennis ABC news New York the officers who got sick were assigned to work at a protest when they stopped in for a meal the all you can eat buffet is returning to Las Vegas with the new look the wind will be the first resort on the Vegas strip to reopen its buffet it will now include physical distancing and touchless technology along with servers will bring you unlimited plates reservations will be required Dave Packer ABC news so how many of us.
"detectives union" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Information with seven ten W. O. R. voice of New York radio stations it's forty five degrees at seven o'clock good evening I'm Liz Warner the NYPD reporting its first corona virus related death of a uniformed officer the detectives union says an NYPD detective died at a Bronx hospital this morning from virus complications there to Bosnia was announcing via tweet today a truck shipment to New York City containing one million surgical masks two hundred thousand and ninety five masks fifty thousand face shield forty thousand isolation gowns and ten thousand boxes of gloves the mayor also announced a donation of two hundred and fifty thousand surgical masks from the United Nations to help New York City in the fight against the virus New Jersey governor Phil Murphy offered a very clear message during his Saturday press conference if you're planning on throwing a party during this time of quarantine expect to face charges last night right here in Mercer county Ewing township police broke up a party with forty seven people including a DJ crammed into a five hundred and fifty square foot apartment the organizer was charged as they should have been and deserve to be governor also asking the public not to waste health care workers time or the time of the people at the FEMA drive up corona virus test sites if they are not symptomatic Jersey has a grim you updated the number of cases and deaths as of today there are now eight thousand eight hundred twenty five cases with one thousand nine hundred eighty two new cases since yesterday and now a hundred and eight covert nineteen deaths with twenty seven deaths in the last twenty four hours the president says he's considering a quarantine of the tri state area in order to prevent further spread of the virus calling New York New Jersey and Connecticut hot spots president trump says he plans to make an announcement soon as to whether he'll look to lock down those states to prevent the further spread of corona virus the water to other places for certain parts of it largely a big hit about that right now the federal government has the power to take measures to prevent the spread.
"detectives union" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In New York trust stay on top of the latest coronavirus news and information with seven ten W. O. R. the voice of New York radio station is forty seven degrees at two o'clock good afternoon I'm Liz Warner governor Cuomo estimates the peak of coronavirus cases in New York is fourteen to twenty one days away there are now more than twenty nine thousand confirmed cases in the city with the death toll just over five hundred the governor says president trump has approved four new sites for emergency medical facilities including the Brooklyn cruise terminal aqueduct racetrack in queens CUNY Staten Island and the new York expo center in the Bronx he says this will add another four thousand beds the Javits center in Manhattan is expected to open as a field hospital on Monday the governor says there are more than fifty two thousand coronavirus cases in the state the governor also says more than seven thousand people are currently hospitalized while nearly three thousand have been discharged he says the number of daily I see you would missions are down along with a number of those hospitalized but he also says that patients stay on the ventilators longer with patients there are on for eleven to twenty one days that thing compounds the ventilator issue not only do you need more but people rolling them longer so you need even more the NYPD is reporting its first corona virus related death of a uniformed officer the detectives union says an NYPD detective died at a Bronx hospital from the virus complications this morning this death follows this week's passing of an NYPD custodial assistant from the virus along with the hospitalization of NYPD counterterrorism chief John Miller hundreds of members of the NYPD have also tested positive for the virus with hundreds more awaiting test results president trump spoke to reporters today about the possibility of a tri state quarantine the state surcharge in fact that that don't have a big problem but they've asked me if I look at it so we're gonna look at it said there it'll be first your first time if we do it at all do your part to get out and get a parts of New Jersey Jersey city opening to new coronavirus test sites for residents experiencing symptoms one of the facilities as a drive thru and the former department of public works complex on route forty the second location is walk up testing sites with an expedited process out of the public safety headquarters building located at four sixty five Barron Boulevard both facilities require an appointment for testing Jersey city mayor Steven Fulop says both sides can handle about two hundred and fifty patients each day testing for residents is free and health officials hope to have the results within three days all the Castro W. O. R. news there are more than eleven thousand coronavirus cases in New Jersey governor Murphy says there have been thirty two more deaths bringing the state's death toll two hundred and forty the governor also announcing a ninety day grace period on mortgage payments for those borrowing New Jersey is now behind New York for the most corona virus cases in the country sports and weather up next W. O. R. news time to all three right now there is a lot to.
"detectives union" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning New York. This is the catch roundtable tron. Cats Matiz here Sunday morning. What's going on? We have new bail laws out of Albany. The the city council wants to close rockies island with us this morning is Mike Palladino. Mike Spin with police department for forty one years and the last sixteen years. He's President of the Detectives Union Covering Fifty Eight hundred active and fourteen thousand retired. Good Morning Mike Palladino how are you oh good morning John. How are you There's so many changes coming into New York. People are worried. What about new bail reform act and the politicians in Albany said? We're not going to change it. We're GONNA leave it. The way it is people are worried about closing rikers island and putting more Homeless on the street and more criminals on the street and more mentally ill on the street. You're escaping Hubel to New York. Police Department for forty one years. Tell us about the changes over forty one years. Tell us the good the bad and the ugly well so let me speak about You know my retirement As you just mentioned so after forty one years in the NYPD. Sixteen years is the president of the largest detective union in the country. I can say John that I wish truly blessed and I say that way because I worked with with good people whether uh in my commands as a cop and detective in my enforcement capacity or the Union business that the Detectives Endowment Association. You can't get it done by yourself. You need good people with you so before I get into the bail reform. I just like you know some of the highlights during my tenure as president. The ones that immediately we come to mind are the dramatic increase in great promotions That we achieved through my negotiations with back then commissioner Kelly and May Bloomberg and that was done outside of the contract I think when we started the discussion only nine percent of the fifty eight hundred detectors Had Either I. It's the second grade and we got. That percentage increased up to thirty percent at the end of the day. All out. Detectives want to be able to solve their cases and eventually be recognized and rewarded for their work in the form of the great promotions and I think the significance in that negotiation was that it wasn't just a one time numbers game. We achieved the increase in the budget quota which meant immediately almost a thousand detectives received great increases and an any vacancies can seize. That were created down the road by their eventual retirement Got Filled up to the new budget quotas so that was a highlight. I talk in. My career is over sixteen years. Thousands of detectives received great promotions. That wouldn't have onto the old budgeted number The other thing that really comes to mind Was the successful defensive. All three detectives who were indicted for murder and Queens Regarding the Sean Bell Shooting and that comes to mind because of the intensity and the controversy that surrounded the whole case I think the most challenging part of the bell case was dealing. I'm with Al Sharpton. You don't realize how formidable foe he can be until you actually tangle with him. His strategy was pretty simple. Ignore the facts create a myth and then he's very good at perpetuating the myth the all in an effort to derail out detectives from receiving due process. How have the good reverend needed to get up little earlier in the morning to get one past? The AMC were acquitted. So those are some of the highlights out. It seems seems like that's happening in Washington to ignore the Faxon to say whatever you want to say Unfortunately you know. That's that's that's the way it's been going in politics You know you you WanNa talk a little about that so This is how I see the future for law enforcement it. It looks like it's going to be a path of uncertainty in this political climate. The Democrats saw legislating lawn lawless. And I expect that to continue initiate. She is session up in Albany. I'm surprised some wacky progressives Having submitted a bill to repeal the penal get it over with They'd look to Z.. Incarceration also be done away with John. You know the criminal justice reform package that the governor ramp down everyone's throat last session is is an ESA nine and reckless piece of legislation. The spirit and the intention behind the reform is to embrace criminals At the expense of innocent law abiding tax payers now. That's not tonight. I don't know what is But we're seeing this play out every day as crime and violence slowly picks up so You know what I'm interested in seeing in the near future future is how technology and privacy are going to coexist. It's it's impact on law enforcement and how legislators legislatures and courts are GonNa sort it all out. You know people forget that fifteen years ago twenty years ago we had two thousand murders a year in our a streets. I was in a detective squad in the Bronx when that was going on and people were scared to whatever you know. I live in Fifth Avenue Building in those days. Not only. Did we have a doorman. We had an armed security guard in addition to doorman. And I would hey to go back to those days all absolutely I remember working now. You know In the Bronx during those days and Who Scary Scary Times but it? It was a time John The only people out on the street where the criminals and the police because the law abiding Innocent people all stayed in the houses and lock their doors and only came out really to go to work and come home from work. I don't want to see that happen again now. You you worked hard for for forty one years. Who is your replacement for the Union up? Well you know The is is set up for transition position and a smooth seamless transition so my longtime Vice President Paul to Giacomo will be assuming My duties as the president as an tale fulfill the remainder of my term which was scheduled to end June thirtieth. The this year and then they'll be an election process Coming up as well because twenty twenty was the year the general election anyway. But you know there's a bunch of board offices there this season they've been around for a while and they'll will do fine in the future Far As my future I will be With the Brosnan Brisk Consultants It's a Rockland. Oakland County based private investigation and security firm founded by.
"detectives union" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Johnson talks about his new film knives out a murder mystery that pays tribute to the who done it genre comedy out of suspense we will get to all of it I'm Alison Stewart and I will meet you on the other side of the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm lectured me saying the US Supreme Court is rejecting an appeal from the man whose case receive widespread renewed attention through the podcast serial and here's a we held reports is Nile comes despite doubts raised by the popular podcast the justices declined to take up the case of thirty nine year old on on side of Baltimore who's been behind bars on a life sentence for almost two decades he was convicted of first degree murder in the death of his high school girlfriend then in twenty fourteen the podcast serial poked potential holes in the prosecution's case including no eyewitnesses to the murder and evidence that went untested for science DNA almost two hundred million downloads prompted a ground swell of support for science a Maryland appeals court vacated his conviction then the state's highest court denied a new trial his lawyer says the supreme court's ruling is disappointing but added there are other legal avenues to explore and this is by no means the end any held NPR news the self declared white supremacist accused of plotting to bomb historic synagogue in Colorado is scheduled to appear today in federal court you'll be asked to enter a plea to new charges Richard holes or was arrested earlier this month after the FBI said he picked up what he thought were explosives to attack temple Emanuel in pueblo the explosives turned out to be fake and his cohorts were actually undercover agents Israel's taking the unprecedented step of deporting a for national for allegedly supporting a boycott against Israel and peers Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem on the decision to force out an American working with Human Rights Watch Israel's deporting US citizen Omar shocker under a law barring entry to advocates of a boycott against Israel or its settlements in the occupied west bank checker was based in Israel as the local director of Human Rights Watch the group called on Airbnb and booking dot com to stop listing rentals in Israeli settlements on land the Palestinians claim checker told NPR hill next land in Europe to brief for European Parliament commit he and the governments of the U. K. Germany and others next month will be releasing a major report focusing on Israeli army conduct in the occupied west bank and will continue doing our work and we won't stop doing it whether I'm here or not the Israeli government says Human Rights Watch could send a new employee to Israel Shenker says he'll continue in his role from Jordan Daniel Estrin NPR news Jerusalem the head of Iran's revolutionary guard is blaming widespread economic unrest there on sanctions imposed by the US and its allies and is threatening to retaliate general Hussein salami accuses the US the UK Israel and Saudi Arabia of stoking the protests speaking for thousands at a pro government demonstration salami war critics both foreign and domestic that quote if you cross our red line we will destroy you and quote meanwhile amnesty international is now raising the death toll from protest related clashes in the last couple of weeks to at least one hundred forty three you're listening to NPR news and this is W. NYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd new York's public financing commission meets today for the final time its chairman wants to make it more difficult for small parties to qualify for ballot the lines that's a move that could jeopardize the future of several of them W. N. Y. C.'s Fred local reports JT Jacobs who is also the state democratic chairman says many small parties are a sham so he'd like them to prove their worth by winning one hundred fifty thousand votes in the most recent past election in order to qualify for an upcoming one that could disqualify the working families party which won many fewer votes than that in last year's gubernatorial election senator Chuck Schumer congresswoman grace manning and presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren have all called on the commission to leave the working families party alone the panel is expected to make a legally binding recommendation either today or before the end of the week and the president of the NYPD's detectives union is retiring after fifteen years in the post Michael Palladino the president of the detectives in damage association told the New York Post he plans to file paperwork this morning for his pension and leave in January we are still waiting for that paperwork to be filed and will confirm once it is Paladino was elected to lead the union in two thousand for former police commissioner bill Bratton has praised Palladino and said he was quote a.
"detectives union" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Toms River we are New York and New Jersey public radio we were gonna finish up with our state politics reporter Fred local now Fred I guess we'll hear that set of commission recommendation sometime later today well we'll hear something and and with the beasts that they'll be some back and forth it's not exactly clear how conclusive it will be there's a final report that comes out Wednesday as we anticipate coming out Wednesday that that I think will have all the details with other words if you really want to bury a report make sure as few new Yorkers as possible pay attention to it release it on the afternoon going into thanksgiving weekend exactly this is it technically there's a December first deadline for this commission to complete its work December first is Sunday so we in real terms it's gonna be Wednesday are there you'll come back and tell us what's in it I'd be happy to Brian Lehrer and W. NYC were it's time for the latest news with Richard a hi Brian the firing of navy secretary Richard Spencer is a dramatic turn in the politically charged case of a seal who was accused of war crimes Spencer's firing yesterday exposes measures and president trump's relationship with the highest ranks in the military it also raises questions about the appropriate role of the commander in chief in matters of military justice US senator Chuck Schumer says Spencer should be proud of the work he's done morale and discipline in the armed services have to transcend politics and Spencer stood for that and now we're just learning that the defense secretary asper says president trump gave him a direct order to stop disciplinary process these for the navy seal Hong Kong police are planning to send a team of negotiators into a university campus to coax a small group of protesters and trapped inside for over a week to surrender the move comes after pro democracy politicians who won a landslide victory in Sunday's district council elections called for an end to the police seize at the polytechnic university to let the protesters leaf a new report from the food bank for New York City finds more immigrant families are taking meals from soup kitchens because they fear of the federal government the food bank says proposal from the trump administration to bar some immigrants from getting green cards that they use public assistance like food stamps is having a chilling effect even though the proposals tied up in courts Margaret Purvis is the food banks president there are so many families who may be the parent of immigrants but the children are not the children may be American who are eligible for free resources they shouldn't be leaning on charity but because of fear they are the report also found an uptick in families asking to have their names removed from food pantry databases governor Cuomo and national grid say they reached an agreement to lift the moratorium on new customers in Brooklyn queens on Long Island for the next two years national great had initially said it couldn't provide gas until the approval of a one billion dollar pipeline bringing natural gas from Pennsylvania's shale gas field the governor now says the utility identified a short term supply to allow it to reconnect customers who had lost their service and accept new applicants one more had threatened to revoke the utilities license earlier this month if it didn't restore service and the president of the NYPD detectives union is retiring after fifteen years Michael Palladino the president of the detectives and down association told the New York Post that he plans to file paperwork today for his pension and leave in January Paladino was elected to leave the union in two thousand four and former police commissioner bill Bratton praise Palladino and said.
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"The incident is under investigation in the shooter remains at large. Investigators are looking into some of the Trump organizations projects the New York Times reports the two banks being subpoena now by the state attorney general over financing for Trump properties and Florida Chicago and Washington DC the investigation started after President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen testified before congress that Trump had inflated the worth of. Some of its assets. While the US is now removing all remaining American personnel from the US embassy in Venezuela. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo said the decision now reflects the deteriorating situation in the South American country. It's one of the biggest drug busts in the last twenty five years federal officials seizing thirty two hundred pounds of cocaine at the port of New York Newark as we hear from GIO Benitez. The crates were labeled dried fruit, and they seem to fill the shipping container. But authorities say it was all a front hidden behind those crates thirty two hundred pounds of cocaine seventy seven million dollars worth making this the biggest coke bust in the New York area in a quarter century, the massive stash discovered on a ship that traveled from win of Columbia to Newark, New Jersey, a legal point of entry to the United States customs officials seized the illicit cargo handing it over to the department of homeland security keeping it off the street New York City public schools are introducing meatless Mondays during the school next year. The city expanding on. Pilot program that was tried out at fifteen Brooklyn schools in spring of two thousand eighteen the program will provide students with all vegetarian meals for breakfast and lunch on Mondays. And members of New York City's detectives union speaking out now following yesterday's arraignment of suspects in the friendly. Fire death NYPD detective, Brian Simon. Christopher ransom and Jagger Freeman were ordered held without bail at their arraignment, Monday, charged with murder and Simonson death. Ransom. Allegedly waved a fake pistol during a robbery that drew fire killing the detective from Long Island Freeman the accused getaway driver. Detectives union. President Michael palladino said state level politicians are too soft on crime allowing career criminals the chance to cause such violence act like the labor union for the criminals. People.
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"Iheartradio station. Forty eight degrees at eleven o'clock. Good evening. I'm sue Guzman. A man is in critical condition after falling down Manhattan. Airshaft? It's not clear officials say what he was doing on the roof. The building superintendent says area where it happened was clearly marked as off limits. The F D N Y was called at the hell's kitchen location along west forty seventh street about eleven fifteen this morning, thirty say the man is not a construction worker and it's unclear if he lives in the building it's being called one of the biggest drug busts in the last twenty five years federal officials seizing some thirty two hundred pounds of cocaine at the port of New York Newark as we hear from GIO Benitez secretes were labeled dried fruit, and they seem to fill the shipping container. But authorities say it was all a front hidden behind those crates thirty two hundred pounds of cocaine seventy seven million dollars worth making this the biggest coke bust in the New York area in a quarter century the massive stash discovered on a ship that traveled from win of Columbia. To Newark, New Jersey, the legal point of entry to the United States. Customs officials seized the illicit cargo handing it over to the department of homeland security keeping it off the street. Five children are in the hospital after a school bus and a car collided in Newark this afternoon. This happened near the corner of Seymour avenue out of west Runyon street. Police say a car hit the boss and then crashed into a couple of other parked cars. One of them with two people inside those people were taken to the hospital and the driver suffered injuries as well. Members of the New York City. Detectives union are speaking out following today's arraignment of suspects in the friendly fire death of NYPD detective, Brian Simonson. Christopher ransom and Jagger Freeman were ordered held without bail at their arraignment Monday, charged with murder and Simonson Steph ransom. Allegedly waved a fake pistol during a robbery that drew fire killing the detective from Long Island Freeman the accused getaway driver. Detectives union. President Michael palladino said state level politicians are too soft on crime allowing career criminals the chance to cause such violence. Almost act like the labor union.
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"Fifty degrees at nine o'clock at evening, I'm sue Guzman. A man is in critical condition after falling down a Manhattan airshaft. It's unclear what he was doing on the roof. The building superintendent says area where it happened is clearly marked office off limits left. E N Y was called the hell's kitchen location on west forty seventh street about eleven fifteen this morning. Thorny say the man is not a construction worker and it's unclear if he lives in the building it's being called one of the biggest drug busts in the last twenty five years federal officials seizing thirty two hundred pounds of cocaine at the port of New York Newark as we hear from GIO Benitez, the crates were labeled dried fruit, and they seem to fill the shipping container. But authorities say it was all a front hidden behind those crates thirty two hundred pounds of cocaine seventy seven million dollars worth making this the biggest coke bust in the New York area in a quarter century, the massive stash discovered on a ship that traveled from win of Columbia to Newark, New Jersey, a legal point of entry to the United States. Customs officials seized the elicit cargo handing it over to the department of homeland security keeping it off the street at least five children are in the hospital after a school bus and a car collided in Newark this afternoon near the corner of Seymour avenue and west Runyon street. Police say a car hit the boss and then crashed into two other parked cars on them with two people inside those people were taken to the hospital and the driver suffered injuries as well. Members of the New York City. Detectives union are speaking out following today's arraignment of suspects and the friendly fire death at Fenway PD detective, Brian Simon Christopher ransom and Jagger Freeman were ordered held without bail at their arraignment, Monday, charged with murder and Simonson death. Ransom. Allegedly waved a fake pistol during a robbery that drew fire killing the detective from Long Island Freeman the accused getaway driver. Detectives union. President Michael palladino said state level politicians are too soft on crime allowing career criminals the chance to cause such violence Gomo sack like the labor union for the.
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"Degrees and sunny at eleven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Terry McCreadie. President Trump's critics say he may have endangered his own emergency declaration in his rose garden comments yesterday. I could do the wall over a longer period of time, I didn't need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. Several democratic lawmakers have remarked that the comment shows what he's calling a national emergency. Is it really an emergency at all legal challenges are already popping up. California. Governor Gavin Newsom says his state and others are suing the Trump administration. Democrats on the House Judiciary committee are calling for an immediate investigation. At least eight people are under arrest for protesting outside Trump International hotel and tower on Manhattan's west side, cops say around one hundred and fifty people from the group rise and resist. We're protesting. Friday's emergency declaration federal judge is imposing partial gag order on a longtime Trump ally, Roger stone. Brian shook reports judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered stone and lawyers on both sides to refrain from making statements to the media, or in public settings that pose a substantial likelihood of material prejudice to this case. They're also ordered to avoid talking to reporters outside the federal courthouse in Washington DC. The colorful and outspoken stone is facing criminal charges related to special counsel, Robert Muller's ongoing Russia investigation, Brian shook NBC News Radio. Please arresting a second suspect in the killing of. NYPD detective shot to death during a cellphone store robbery. And queens, Paul Giacomo is with the police detectives union, he says a reward may have helped bring a second suspect to light..
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"Putting I don't have a cold sore. I still want something that protects against flare up purpose and L protects against certain triggers caused by the sun and cold including flare ups from Sunday with its added SPF thirty protection. So it treats Stanford tax works for me for me to purpose and L works when you have a cold sore works when you don't use as directed. Coming up to the news here on the bottom of the hour. Right after the news. We'll check in with Mike from o'hara's. See what's on his mind? And also in our next half hour Maureen Callahan. A columnist for the New York posted an interesting article on mayor de Blasio and his presidential aspirations. She doesn't think much about it. I'll give you a little hint there. But looking forward to talking to her about mayor de Blasios. So stay tuned, you're on seven ten WR time now for a check on our news. Thank you very much. Joe thirty seven degrees and clear at six thirty good morning. I'm Terry McCreary. President Trump's critics say he may have endangered his own emergency declaration in his road. Rose garden comments yesterday. I could do the wall over a longer period of time, I didn't need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. Several democratic lawmakers have remarked that the comment shows what he's calling a national emergency. Is it really an emergency? At all legal challenges are already popping up. California. Governor Gavin Newsom says his state and others will sue the Trump administration. Democrats on the House Judiciary committee are calling for an immediate investigation into the declaration at least eight people are under arrest after demonstrators protested outside Trump International hotel and tower on an happens. Westside cops say around one hundred and fifty protesters were from rise and resist that's protesting. On Fridays emergency declaration, a federal judge is imposing a partial gag order on longtime. Trump alley Roger stone. Brian shook has that. Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered stone and lawyers on both sides to refrain from making statements to the media, or in public settings that pose a substantial likelihood of material prejudice to this case. They're also ordered to avoid talking to reporters outside the federal courthouse in Washington DC. The colorful and outspoken stone is facing criminal charges related to special counsel Robert Muller's ongoing Russia investigation. Brian shook NBC News Radio police are arresting a second suspect in the killing of NYPD detective shot to death during a cell phone store robbery in queens, Paul Giacomo is with the police detectives union, he says a reward may have helped bring a second suspect to light. Detectives dominant.
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"This is AM nine seventy the answer. Skyser clear. Good morning. What's going on? We have the answer. Police have arrested a second suspect in the killing of an NYPD detective shot to death during in cellphone store robbery. In queens, Giacomo is with the police. Detectives union he says a reward may have helped bring a second suspect to light. He kept his endowment association is offering a ten thousand dollar reward. Formation pertaining to anyone else involved in this robbery on that night. Officials. Tell NBC four may have been the getaway driver who brought the suspect. And detective Brian says death to the store and took off when police started shooting. The New York Post reports the man whose name was not released was arrested, Merrick boulevard in queens, sue Guzman. NBC News Radio New York at least eight people are under arrest after demonstrators protested outside the Trump International hotel and tower on the west side cops say around one hundred fifty protesters from the rise and resist group group against Friday's emergency declaration by the president for the border wall. Protestors could be heard chanting, quote, the emergency is fake and shame. Nobody was injured. Former Massachusetts Governor William weld is the first Republican to challenge. President Trump for the twenty twenty nominees Republicans in Washington, many of them exhibit all the symptoms of Stockholm syndrome identifying with their captors weld made the announcement yesterday New Hampshire saying he's created a. Presidential exploratory committee. The seventy three year old says Trump is quote simply too unstable to be president weld was the vice presidential candidate on Gary Johnson's failed. Libertarian bid for president back in twenty sixteen in sports on the answer, both the Rangers and the devils one. And you now know what's going on? I'm Chris Muraro on AM nine seventy the answer. Dr Sebastian Gorka, explains what the battle is.
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"One degrees at twelve o'clock. Good morning. I'm sue Guzman. Five people are dead five. Police officers wounded in an industrial complex mass shooting in suburban Chicago mayor. Richard Irvine today is a sad day in the city of Aurora. For so many years we've seen similar situations throughout our nation. And the horrible feeling that we that we get when we see it on the news. To experience it firsthand. Is even more painful as chief Christians him and say the gunman is among those who were killed shooter is identified is Gary Martin, here's a forty five year old, man. And we believe he was employee an employee of the company at this time. We aren't sure of the motive of this active violent. Now, they're saying they believe Martin losing his job today and started shooting bright afterwards. After getting the news was the motive behind the killings. Only questioning a second suspect in the killing of an NYPD detective shot to death during a cell phone robbery. In queens, Paul Giacomo is with the police. Detectives union says a reward may have helped bring the second suspect to lie dominance association is offering a ten thousand dollar reward. For information pertaining to anyone else involved in this lobby on that night enforcement officials tell NBC four that the man being question may have been the getaway driver who brought the suspect and detective Brian Simonson Steph to the store they believe he may have taken off when police started shooting. And then being questioned has not yet been charged. That officials are not saying where he's being questioned the nine eleven victims compensation fund is announcing plans to drastically reduce payments for future. Claims officials say there's just simply not enough money in place, the special master who oversees the fund apologizing in a written letter for promises on kept only two billion dollars remains for upwards of eighteen thousand pending claims for cancer PTSD attorney, Michael Barrasso, in fact, another eight billion dollars is needed. It's a real gut punch to the nine eleven community. Not a day goes by without twelve. New people calling me with cancer Senator Kirsten gillibrand says she's working on legislation that would make funding sufficient and permanent James flippin for seven ten W. O ARA is expected. President Trump has declared a national emergency at the southern border speaking at the White House yesterday, he cited an invasion of the US about an invasion of our country. With drugs with human traffickers. With all types of criminals, and gangs, the emergency declaration could allow the president to access billions of dollars in military construction funding to build a border wall. Meanwhile, there was a demonstration with at least eight arrests last night outside Trump International hotel in New York City as we hear from Josh Einiger at.
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"Atlantic one or two Richmond hill queens, two nights ago. Turns out that the cops shot forty two bullets. This is according to reports, I should say forty two bullets in eleven seconds. And unfortunately, one of them from his own one other officer hit Simonson and killed him. But Jimmy O'Neill did a very good job explaining everybody yesterday. Listen friendly fire, we get it. But if not with his perp who turns out has a bunch of pliers, and you could see a picture of them holding a gun in that store on the cover of today's New York Post if not for him Simonsen. Is alive today? These twenty seven years old his twenty eight arrests cheese, and he has a history of pranking and prodding and poking and taunting cops actually going. As so far as to go online post stuff on Facebook and say, look what I did to these cops walked into a precinct wants wearing a red Cape. Had somebody tape it. I'm here all want to save somebody's life. You did that type of stupid stuff. And of course, the criminal record. And yet he's out on the street, and he's he's holding a fake gun. And you wonder why cops are jumpy? Yeah. Are contemptible seriously? So yeah, it's it's really a tragic said obviously all around, but. Yeah. The guy front page of the New York Post with the gun in his hand wearing a hoodie and a headband, and we have a dead cop that everybody loved that particular day. He didn't have to work because he was he's a delegate need detectives union. Yep. And he went to a some meeting. So he was excused excuse not to be at work that day. And he said, no, I'm going to work always happens like that start on news. Twenty three years old had nineteen years on the force and a wife and kids and. Volunteers Valentine's Day. I mean this poor lady this this cloud. You know, he he thought it was all funny. He throws a, you know, the taunt the cops trying to save lives out there and at risk of their own. And he said he thought it was a big joke thinking, it'd be plenty for him. Now on the flip side member the cop in Chicago that shot that kid McDonald's in the back like sixteen times, of course. So it turns out he's in a jail somewhere in the south. And according to his wife, they beat the living daylights out of him. He was not supposed to be in general population. Because cop killed a black guy. They're gonna kill them. Well, they put them in gen pop, and I believe at least once maybe once he got his ass kicked in prison. No surprise, right? They put them in the general population. Yeah. So the wife is freaking out. Well, I mean, look maybe somebody, but please or you can make the case like Jeffrey Dahmer he deserves it. Right. Right. You know what I mean? He did shoot the kids sixteen seventeen times. Yup. I mean, he was clearly slower to the kid in cold blood. Right. So for the folks out there that claim that officers get away with murder at least, here's one example one right, right? That wasn't the case is held to account. I mean, right. Exactly. Right. I mean, it all of course, it was caught on videotape. Right. And some people say, yeah. Well, if it wasn't for that. Well, if if if if it was caught on videotape, and he paid the price if it wasn't for that way rice would still be in the NFL and maybe Kareem hunt which still be on Kansas City instead of the Cleveland Browns. And and also you see a lot of examples of this body, cams exonerating cups, the videotape..