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Former Chicago police superintendent drove impaired and lied to public, report finds

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Former Chicago police superintendent drove impaired and lied to public, report finds

"Chicago's inspector general came out today with a report that sheds more light on the night, former Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson was found slumped. Over the wheel of his car. The report finds. Johnson drove drunk in his city issued vehicle that night October 17th and indicated he allowed another officer who was a member of his security detail to also drive drunk. Report finds. While Johnson said he had ordered the Bureau of Internal Affairs to conduct an internal investigation, he never actually issued the

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Anthony Riccio, First Deputy Superintendent for Chicago Police, Set to Retire

WBBM Evening News

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Anthony Riccio, First Deputy Superintendent for Chicago Police, Set to Retire

"Cargo police first deputy superintendent Anthony Riccio as announced his retirement in an email to the department we DO as names of the number two post by former superintendent Eddie Johnson in January of twenty eighteen he retained the post under interim superintendent Charlie back and the current superintendent David Brown before being named first deputy superintendent radioed served as head of the department's bureau of organized

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Police: 'Multiple shootings' in downtown Indianapolis amid protests; one person killed

America's Truckin' Network

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Police: 'Multiple shootings' in downtown Indianapolis amid protests; one person killed

"Across the country protest continuing with some turning violent even deadly more from ABC news less police reporting multiple shootings downtown one person killed in protests tonight that is demonstrations have turned violent nationwide over the police death of George Floyd in Minneapolis in New York City once again but for just a moment things absolutely in this area what looked like the crowd was dissipating and then suddenly a police vehicle was on fire and then another one was on fire block away and then a third was on fire a block away from that and I was standing in the news section three different directions the ceasefires in the chaos of the situation you have these crowded in GST streets of New York City A. B. C.'s Trevor all former Chicago police chief Eddie Johnson weighing in on the national unrest in a fortunate part about this is it's painted the whole law enforcement profession with a band brush

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Chicago police and fire overtime continue to surge

Steve Cochran

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago police and fire overtime continue to surge

"Chicago taxpayers spend two hundred ten million dollars on police and fire overtime last year despite orders to rein it in WGN's James Sears has the numbers the sun times reporting the city spent one hundred thirty one million dollars police overtime the same as the year before mayor Lightfoot had played a hold former superintendent Eddie Johnson accountable but he was fired personnel are now sweeping in and out of work the fire department spent nearly seventy nine million dollars on overtime of sixteen percent from the previous year and six times as much as in twenty eleven that's being blamed on four hundred fifty six

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Chicago's homicide rate decreases for the third straight year

Reset with Jenn White

09:53 min | 9 months ago

Chicago's homicide rate decreases for the third straight year

"Three years ago Chicago saw a record number of shootings in two thousand sixteen more than four thousand people shot more than seven hundred fifty killed. That was the most the city had seen in two decades. Both Chicago in two thousand nineteen on a more hopeful note. Preliminary number I show a steep drop in shootings and homicides. WBZ reporter Patrick Smith has been following the stats and updates us on the new numbers and puts it all in perspective breath so there were four hundred and ninety two people murdered in Chicago so we talk about progress but still almost five hundred people murdered there. Were Twenty six hundred shooting victims terms and about twenty one hundred shooting incidents so that you know they're incidents where more than one person is shot so twenty six hundred people shot four hundred. Ninety people murdered both all of those numbers though are are better than than last year. I'm put that in context for us when we look at the past few years. Two thousand eighteen two thousand seventeen and then of course that big jump in two thousand sixteen right exactly so twenty twenty sixteen we had this historic increase. Since then. We've been coming down this year's numbers it's about ten the shootings down about ten percent compared to last year the doubt about thirty thirty five percent compared to two thousand sixteen so we are were were just about back to where we were before that two thousand sixteen spike in violence so that's the macro macro level but when we look at the neighborhood level and where we're seeing significant changes. What can you tell us about that? Well you're going to hear me say this a lot which is like comparing things to twenty sixteen and looking at that. Because we're we're seeing the biggest decreases on the west side of Chicago like The Austin Police District which covers most of the neighborhood of Austin on on the west side that had an almost twenty percent reduction in murders last year for twenty nine eighteen the other westside neighborhoods west areas had thirteen fifteen percent reduction then shootings the west side is what got hit the hardest in two thousand sixteen. It's where the violence was the worst in two thousand sixteen end for the first couple years after that twenty seventeen two thousand eighteen. Even there was some sort of stubborn violence levels. Were still remarkably high and some of those areas so we saw the biggest reduction on the west side their parts of the south side that also had reductions most of the south side and the north side had reductions in violence although there are a few neighborhoods that are still suffering. You know well not just all. There are many neighbors the city that are suffering from violence still but most of the the city saw. Sr Reduction in shootings here Turley back the interim superintendent of CD. How a New Year's Eve press conference releasing the numbers and here's what he had to say about why he? I thought this was happening. Some of the things that have allowed us to to make these reductions I've talked about Particularly our partnerships with faith based community and our partnerships with street outreach workers workers and our partnerships with community based organizations those are really important but also technology has aided Chicago PD okay so he's talking about partnerships and technology starting with the partnerships. What do we know about how? CD's approaching community in the shootings. Well one thing we know is that this this year You Know Actually Mayor Emanuel created it but then now mayor lightfoot invested more in the city's Office of gun violence prevention people are calling for her to do to invest a lot more money anything then what she has to sort of get us on par with New York and Los Angeles. But that's this office that suppose to give a comprehensive approach gun violence prevention. So it's not just about policing you know there was a lot of philanthropic dollars that went into gang outreach street outreach after two thousand sixteen and we actually heard you know I heard from Eddie Bocanegra. Who Works for Heart Lennon runs this outreach program called ready Chicago that that works with people who are closest to gun violence? He gave a lot of credit to two former Chicago. Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson. WHO said that He? We really worked really closely with street. Outreach workers that there were district level commanders who worked with them at and coordinated with them and that it wasn't all you know police in law and order. I obviously the police are there to maintain law and order but that they knew that there were better and maybe other ways to approach gun violence besides just just going as hard as you could it at people when you say street outreach. What does that actually mean? So that that's a really good question so there are kind of different versions of that the sort of the version that maybe people are most familiar with. Is something like ceasefire. cease-fire what's called cure violence now where you have people who are former gang members people who are close to gang members who go out and just mediate conflicts and try to prevent people from shooting shooting at one another another Eddie Bocanegra who. I just mentioned. He used to do that. What he says what they're doing now and there are a few different organizations? That are doing this. You're just outreaching to say. Hey don't shoot each other you're saying don't shoot each other and we'd like to give you a job or we'd like to get you some therapy or we'd like to give you something we're not just saying don't shoot we're saying here's an alternative and so there has been more investment in that from from the private sector from philanthropic groups in the last few years. What's really but people have been pushing for the city to start investing more and paying for that to happen and so that you can give give people an outlet in an alternative to to you know violent crime so we hurt the interim superintendent they are also talking about technology? What role is stop playing? Yeah so that's something like the police in the last few years or put something called shot. Spotter which is supposed to use sound to detect. When there's been a shooting so they don't have to wait for nine one one call so police can can respond more quickly to them? There's also they've got more cameras that they've got these strategic support centers in the districts. That's supposed to combine all the different tech- technological the logical options. They have to sort of make response quicker and get more street level information to the police. You know that's something that University of Chicago really helped pilot. They've done research. It is their program program. But they've done research on their own program to say that they saw reductions in the district where they put that technology in their Beyond that you know. We have more police officers than we did. A few years ago there was this is pushed one thousand more police officers under Mayor Emanuel. That happened And then I think one thing that Charlie Beck is not going to talk about is just regression to the mean. Statistically we we had this huge spike horrific by two thousand sixteen were You know statistician might tell you that we're just sort of coming back to normal. I think the big question is going to be are. Are these reductions things where we can keep making progress and actually get back. Get back to a better place get better than we were before. Two Thousand Sixteen rather than just sort of getting back to what is honestly an unacceptable level level of violence five hundred murders a year. No one's going to tell you that. That's okay so we're we're we're back down about five hundred. The question is can we take that next step and actually see real reductions and not. Just get back to where we were before two thousand sixteen and put these numbers into context when we look at other big cities like New York or La. Well New York had a slight increase in its murders this year. La I believe leave state about flat. We still have a lot more murders here in Chicago Than New York and Los Angeles. It used to be that we had more murders than New York. Combine that's not exactly true. That's not quite true this year however they had If you put them together there at about five hundred fifty murders for this year they have millions and millions more people in New York in Los Angeles so as far as murder rate were nowhere near them we had about you know we had about fifty fewer murders in Chicago than New York and Los Angeles together so these are just preliminary numbers we should say a The official figures will come out after the FBI does their audit. How much of a change could we see between the numbers that are being reported right now by C. p. d. and the numbers that come from the FBI not a huge change For Murders for instance you know I think in two thousand seventeen the changes about seven murders from from when they preliminary members to what they actually sent to the FBI. So you'll see that change. I mean sadly that that some of that has to do with a person who shot on December thirtieth and then dies a few days later and that changes inches from shoot a shooting incident to a murder. Obviously all of this is very tragic. So you'll see some changes in the numbers but nothing that's going to throw off these percentages or the big picture takeaways Geico as well in a press conference earlier this week Interim Chicago Police Superintendent Charlie back and we have to stress here he is interim he. He's made very clear that he's not interested the permanent job but he laid out what he hopes to achieve while he is in office. What did he say? Well one thing that I thought was really interesting. He spent a lot of time talking about clearance rates. You know this is how detectives detectives do solving murders and he said that the CPT had a fifty three percent clearance rate this year. That's the highest. It's been in nine years you should look at. WBZ's chip Mitchell's is reporting to to see sort of diving into those numbers more. Not not this year but in the past of how they calculate those clearance rates. I won't get into it but it doesn't mean that they solve half of the murders that happen this year either way. It's great if they're at a nine year high. There was a report that came out earlier this year that really criticized the the detective division homicide Detective Division Chicago. Charlie Charlie back said he's going to be implementing things that were recommended there. I think that that's a big priority for him for his time. Here is getting our detectives to get to a better solve rate solving thing. More murders which increases trust in in in the department among residents and hopefully prevents future violence. So we have to again remind people that CBD's operating under a consent consent decree right now. Charlie Beck let the LAPD through its own consent decree at least part of it. How much power will he have to? Maybe implement some of the changes that are recommended in that decree. Well I think he has a lot of power of making it clear whether or not it's a priority and I wanna be clear that that what I've heard from people is that Eddie Johnson the former superintendent. This was a priority for him. Two people did believe that he truly believed in the changes but there are also problems where they said. There's not enough resources to this. Not everyone in the department is totally buying in. I think Charlie back with with the experience that he has might know what resources are needed to to get a higher level of compliance with the consent decree and make that a priority. I certainly heard from people who were hopeful about him. As interim because of his experience in Los Angeles as you mentioned that he'll make consent decree compliance a real priority of his interim administration and really quickly any word on the search for a permanent superintendent for CD. I have not heard any word. I mean the the applications I believe are due by the end of this week. Maybe next week I I expect that the police board will Abbas recommendations by March or April that's WBZ criminal justice reporter Patrick Smith Patrick. Thanks

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:17 min | 10 months ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Forty six on WGN was taken a few minutes here just to visit with and all the men on the Chicago city council we're talking about Michelle Smith in the forty third ward not just about the lobbying rules and regulations that their their their past they've passed but also I wanted to ask you about the superintendent Eddie Johnson before we do all of that the Michelle you said this is the first time that the Chicago city council has had some sort of ethics oversight committee is that right that's correct it was just formed when likely ministration came in and I'm the chair of it and it's a real honor to do it I'm a former federal prosecutor and I've worked on ethics issues my entire term and it's great that there is the infamous impetus for change now you agree with the way the mayor's handle that he Johnson and his dismissal yes do you think that it's been a fair process for him yes I would say from my shared experience we need to turn his office I recognized exactly how she felt you know when you're working with someone usually witnesses we don't like surprises and we don't like not being able to deal with the facts as they really are so I think had the superintendent leveled from the beginning of what had really happened that day I'm sure that I'm sure that none of this is happening now what happens yeah yeah I I guess it's hard to say that when asked about that mayor life with said that she said on this radio station a couple of days ago that it was the action not the live but the line made it worse but even if he had been truthful she it sounds like would have asked him for his dismissal either way well easterly big I I don't know if he would have been allowed to just retire at that moment and resign up but when you if you know when you work with someone in a in a position of trust the person who trusted you is terrorist when you reach it I understand it if it spills over yeah and that's really that that is the problem that we have when we are expected to participate in someone else's embarrassment or improper conduct or you know especially from a position of trust as an elected official do you know what exactly what happened have you seen the video or you privy to what exactly how old no no I'm very sorry that I guess I found in the Tribune today that you know somebody might work for thirty years for the people of Chicago and then had his worst day ever and maybe it's not that's why I use the word fair and Eric kind of acylated on this point he's taking a side that but maybe it's not fair to judge Eddie Johnson by his worst today his worst moment in fact I don't I I wouldn't judge and on the basis of that however he has to he has to step down I mean I I wouldn't I would not catch his career as a base that the plastic thank you he yeah hi good to police superintendent in many many ways but this is not well I think people concluded it was time for him to retire because of health issues and a lot of other things minutes sorry it had to it's too bad it had to end this way but I don't think he will be judged this is a final on its final a moment and that's really up to the public the media everybody else the question is are we obligated to cover it up that's my question are we obligated to cover it up when a when a person does something stupid well you tell me it in today's culture that is what we do and whether we should begin well I guess it depends on what the it is right so if if it's the person he was having a drink with this may be a fault more the media's than the mayors she tried to bury that point but I don't think it's any of our business who he was having a drink with if if he's lying about being inebriated or for that matter if the police officers gave them the past then you've got a couple of issues for us all to deal with their if it's ten fifty one and your suffering from it was sounds like a cough Michelle is that correct no one little this one little Cup okay because I've got a little bit of that and I thought I don't want to keep you any longer than you can but I wondered if you just had a minute about the marijuana retail points are going to have at the first of the year and some of the rules and regulations about where you can where you can't smoke what what do you see coming down the road on that I think that where we are right now is it is a good place you know we've taken a how many got the long against smoking in public places the point of well gave incorrect smokers there you you know when yeah and of course people aren't smokers don't even like is that right yet the walk that he's the smoke as you are as you are walking down the cost we become more more aware of the help with that so no one is eight one that is still technically illegal in the United States my we have one here is still you know it's gonna have a national consensus on so I think it is fair to say you know your own business in a company known home and no don't let the people well it wouldn't take I I am personally comfortable about marijuana I am a generation with a lot of people with them I thought and plantations by the artist so I and alcohol right so we have to be very careful about how this kind of institutions are licensed and it's going to happen so we're going to be very careful when we when we come to the point of having a license I think it's going to be very interesting when the Chicago police have to sort of in for some of these laws the story in the paper this morning Chicago cops are being encouraged to explain the new law to residents caught violating it rather than take punitive measures right away particularly in the initial months but the law will define a public place and you cannot be seen smoking marijuana in a public place as anywhere where a person could reasonably be expected to be observed by others that means you can get high in the park or in the school you can't be walking down the sidewalk and getting high on the street the police department will issue citations to users on private porches balconies or backyards that can be seen by neighbors are passers by and I just think that's going to be a whole world of trouble for the police if they're going to China for something like that I will have to the goal line so what you've described except for the private porches went to the movies after drinking the public way you are not allowed to drink in public not allowed to drink in our parks or beaches and please know how don't force that right I mean some people use their discretion from Dublin on yeah right sometimes they take it the I know that they're interested so I think that there is a local police discretion and I think that's actually very advanced policing but the one yeah right when they see the tickets right away just say Hey next time Middleton come March we're not going to be so nice about it January first maybe we'll give you a pass that's correct I think that that actually responsible policing and leading people to have a lot of notice you know mine you know all this stuff having the police tell you that it was that you kind of get no warning the first time you no hold over her traffic stop and you want to move the ball looks like I'm new around here well okay I have always used discretion often robbery sometimes not only main question I called a moderate the police officers alderman Michelle Smith's from the forty third ward I'm not really glad that they have that committee sounds like you're the right person to chair it it's.

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:53 min | 10 months ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Intended Eddie Johnson fired being with the woman who was not his wife authorities are looking for a man who robbed a currency exchange on Michigan Avenue while wearing a Chicago police uniform president trump talks trade with France's president blade is coming up on CBS news WTVM sports all the Blackhawks are off for Thursday game against Dallas the Dow is down for under twenty seven point hi today forty one currently thirty one and hair now CBS news at ten o'clock CBS news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Steve K. friend president trump suggested but a trade deal with China may not happen until after next year's election that sparked a Wall Street selloff in CBS's Stephen portal in London says Mr trump's also been sparring with France's president ahead of NATO meetings despite what he called a minor dispute the president assured reporters things with a manual McCrone will end up Rosie is usually the case with the two of us we got to work at crown stood by his claim that NATO suffers from brain death and I'm sorry to say that you don't have the same definition of feel even prone spoke of Turkey's desire to label some Kurdish fighters terrorists when Mr from pressured Makran to accept the return of ISIS fighters the president dismissed the French leaders lengthy reply there was one of the greatest non answers out of even for noise CBS news London house Democrats release a report today assessing the testimony of the impeachment inquiry Republicans in a rebuttal say president trump did nothing wrong CBS is Paula read on White House strategy much of what they are hoping is that voters are tired of hearing about this they don't understand it and they think it's a waste of taxpayer dollars they believe that voters would rather have Congress focus on prescription drugs trade deals other issues so by staying away from this I am told they believe that is how the White House is going to win the impeachment hearings in a few hours California Republican congressman Duncan hunter charged with miss using campaign funds goes before a judge CBS Steve Futterman at various times he is called the case against them a witch hunt and even suggested that prosecutors were supporters of Hillary Clinton but today in court he will enter a guilty plea to one count of misusing campaign funds hunter says he is doing this to protect his three children he says he is prepared to go to jail some international results indicate there's more work to be done in the American classroom corresponded Vicki Barker the annual global snapshot of student performance shows American fifteen year olds moving up the rankings but that's only because many of their peers and other countries are performing worst American kids turned in above average performances in reading and science below average in math in all the US is thirteenth in the world behind Poland Sweden and Estonia among others four of the top five nations are in Asia Spotify says the most streamed song of the year was.

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

03:14 min | 10 months ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

03:38 min | 10 months ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

"It was everybody before we start the twenty minute morning show. Let me tell you about anchor. If you've never heard of anchor this is the easiest way to make a podcast so let me explain Blaine. It's free there's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or your computer anchors going to distribute your podcast for so it can be heard on spotify apple podcasts and many more you can make money from podcasting with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast and one place so listen. Download the free APP right now or go to anchor dot. FM to get started and now stand by for the twenty minute morning show from our studios in Charlotte North Carolina. You're listening to the twenty minute morning show for Tuesday December third three weeks weeks ago Chicago. PD Police Superintendent. Eddie Johnson said he was retiring at the end of the year for the Chicago Police Department but on Monday newly the electric Chicago Mayor. Lory lightfoot fired Superintendent Eddie Johnson before he could retire today. I'm announcing that I terminated Eddie Johnson employment as Superintendent of Chicago Police Department for 'cause effective immediately upon reviewing the materials to Eddie Johnson Inspector General's ongoing investigation investigation regarding the events of October sixteenth. And early morning hours of October seventeenth and thereafter is become clear that Mister Johnson engaged in a series of actions. That are intolerable for any leader in a position of trust particularly the head of the Chicago Police Department but prior to his firing on Monday Superintendent Eddie Johnson was under investigation. Mayor lightfoot says this whole thing ties to The night of October seventeen the early morning hours when police Superintendent Eddie Johnson was found asleep in his vehicle slumped over the steering wheel now according to an inspector general report lightfoot says Johnston engaged in conduct unbecoming unbecoming of a police chief saying he had several ethical lapses and flawed decision making that she feels are intolerable. She wouldn't specify what exactly Johnson Johnson is accused of saying out of respect for his wife and children. She would not go into detail but said that this report may become available to the public at some point. Point two former Superintendent Eddie. Johnson lied about having a health scare. Superintendent Eddie Johnson has a health scare and it happened late at night while he was driving home home it was just after midnight here thirty four in Aberdeen when police were dispatched to a report of a man behind the wheel of a stopped car in our the will study fourth place in Aberdeen. Everyman's sports place. There's a person Cigarettes a black Chevy responding officers didn't say it on the Radio but the department confirms it was Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson behind the wheel wheel slumped over and asleep the words the dispatcher related from a caller Johnson was on his way home from a dinner. Spokesperson says the superintendent suffered a medical incident after a change in medication earlier this week but today here's what Chicago Mayor Lightfoot had to say Eddie. Johnson intentionally lied to to me several times even when challenged him about the narrative that he shared with me he maintained he was telling the truth I now know definitively that he was not had. I known these facts at the time. I would have relieved him of his duties superintendent.

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Police chief Eddie Johnson fired after 'intolerable lies'

First Light

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

Police chief Eddie Johnson fired after 'intolerable lies'

"Mayor Laurie Lightfoot fired retiring police superintendent Eddie Johnson she cited ethical lapses including lies about a recent incident in which Johnson was sound asleep at the wheel of his car after having drinks and Johnson intentionally lied to me several times even when I challenged him about the narrative that you shared with me he maintained that he was telling the truth I now know definitively that he was not

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Chicago mayor fires police chief weeks before his retirement, accusing him of lying

WBBM Evening News

01:36 min | 10 months ago

Chicago mayor fires police chief weeks before his retirement, accusing him of lying

"News may are like foot has fired police superintendent Eddie Johnson just ahead of his voluntary retirement here like puts voice was tinged with anger and she made it clear she's immediately firing superintendent Eddie Johnson from the job from which he was set to retire in a matter of weeks he says the results of the inspector general's investigation and a viewing of the police tape from when he was found asleep in his car last October show that the things he said in his news conference about the circumstances were lies moreover any Johnson intentionally lied to me several times even when I challenge him about the narrative that you shared with me he maintained that he was telling the truth I now know definitively that he was not had I known these facts at the time I would relieve him of his duties as superintendent then and there she refused to say much more former LA police chief Charlie Beck will take over as interim superintendent at city hall crack delamar newsradio one of five point nine FM leaders of the police union are talking about today's move Martin Priebus second vice president of the Chicago fraternal order of police slide seven as for the interim superintendent bribes says the union has no experience with Charlie back but pledges to work with him on issues they have in common will meet with them and and try to be fair and and and try and and you know work together on the things we have in common you know not a lot of with the there's no foundation because we we have any experience with each other and too much knowledge of each other but you know we try to give everybody a fair chance cried says he understands the mayor's desire to create an apartment that is accountable and transparent but says a decision over the weekend flies in the face

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Chicago mayor fires police chief weeks before his retirement, accusing him of lying

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Chicago mayor fires police chief weeks before his retirement, accusing him of lying

"Mayor Lightfoot's voice was tinged with anger and she made it clear she's immediately firing superintendent Eddie Johnson from the job from which he was set to retire in a matter of weeks he says the results of the inspector general's investigation and a viewing of the police tape from when he was found asleep in his car last October show that the things he said in his news conference about the circumstances were lies moreover any Johnson intentionally lied to me several times even when I challenge him about the narrative that you shared with me he maintained that he was telling the truth I now know definitively that he

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Chicago mayor fires top cop and says he misled public about incident

Rush Limbaugh

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

Chicago mayor fires top cop and says he misled public about incident

"Chicago's top cop is out mayor Laurie like Ford says she fired Eddie Johnson for engaging in several actions that cannot be tolerated in October he was found asleep in his car near his home the incident was investigated and life which says the probe show the Johnson repeatedly lied tour during his original account and Johnson it already announced he was retiring at the end of

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Chicago's new top cop Charlie Beck comes with a Black Lives Matter warning

WBBM Programming

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

Chicago's new top cop Charlie Beck comes with a Black Lives Matter warning

"Men take to be the interim Chicago police superintendent is reacting to a warning from one group about how he's dealt with African Americans in the past the group black lives matter issued a warning to Chicago's African American community using former Los Angeles police chief Charlie Beck of having a poor relationship with that city's African Americans that have nothing the police for former he is labeled as back responded while visiting the seventh police district in west Englewood tacked to the many black leaders in Los Angeles they will support me they will tell you that that I was a good part of the community that I believe in the community but I spent my entire career my entire forty three years making those communities safe going Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson and credits back with being a big help to Chicago police long before he was picked to be interim top

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Former Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck named as interim Chicago police superintendent

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Former Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck named as interim Chicago police superintendent

"LAPD chief Charlie backs retirement lasted little under a year and a half years new temp job in term police superintendent in Chicago he'll shadow the retiring superintendent Eddie Johnson until the end of the the year year that that lead lead to to force force until until a a permanent permanent superintendent superintendent is is chosen chosen for for the the job job Beck Beck says says he'll he'll win win the the trust trust of of Chicago's Chicago's officers officers the the same same way way he he did did here here in in LA LA hi hi I I don't don't just just love love cops cops I I hand hand **** **** you you know know I I I I know know that that that that wants wants CPD CPD understands understands that that that that they they will will understand understand me me Beck Beck says says he's he's not not a a candidate candidate for for the the permanent permanent job job and and even even if he were he joked that his wife is vetoed the idea of a long term move to the windy

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Charlie Beck, formerly of LAPD, named Chicago’s interim police superintendent

Bloomberg Markets

00:13 sec | 11 months ago

Charlie Beck, formerly of LAPD, named Chicago’s interim police superintendent

"Chicago's mayor has named former Los Angeles police chief Charlie Beck as interim police superintendent move comes a day after Eddie Johnson announced he's stepping down after more than three years as Chicago's top cop in more than thirty with the

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Chicago police chief, who lowered homicide rate and tussled with Trump, to retire

Chad Hartman

00:10 sec | 11 months ago

Chicago police chief, who lowered homicide rate and tussled with Trump, to retire

"Happened Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson says he'll retire after more than three years in the job he's come under intense ridicule from president trump was called Chicago a haven for

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Chicago police chief steps down after tumultuous three years

Steve Cochran

01:03 min | 11 months ago

Chicago police chief steps down after tumultuous three years

"Steve a police spokesman minutes ago tweeting out that Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson will announce his retirement plans in that upcoming press conference at Chicago police headquarters the spokesman pointing to Johnson's years of public service and lifetime spent in Chicago the news comes a week after a week of speculation Johnson hinting he was considering retirement yesterday mayor Laurie life it was asked about reports she is considering former LAPD police chief Charlie Beck as an interim replacement I don't know what you're talking about about a meeting with Charlie back I mean and I've seen a lot of speculation now mayor life what will join superintended Johnson at this morning's press conference in that once again set for ten forty five Steve Ryan what kind of timeframe are we looking for at Johnson leaving and then the replacement to be named well nothing in stone at this point we do know the sun times is reporting Johnson could stay on for the rest of the year with an interim superintendent shadowing him before eventually taking over that role perhaps that person is Charlie back but the plan would ultimately be to have a permanent replacement likely in twenty twenty we'll see the superintendent and mayor have to say this upcoming

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Chicago teen charged in Halloween shooting of 7-year-old

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Chicago teen charged in Halloween shooting of 7-year-old

"A teen boy in Chicago accused of shooting a seven year old girl out trick or treating at Halloween CBS correspondent kind of Craig says police are still looking for other suspects the shooting rattled the city and its police superintendent Eddie Johnson the shooting yesterday was reprehensible those involved don't deserve to be in our city this news conference was originally intended to highlight the notable declines in violent crime in the city including a more than twenty percent drop in murders Johnson says it's progress but no cause for celebration the girl is expected to spend two weeks in the

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CPD: October Crime Stats Show Historic Lows In Murders, Shootings

Rush Limbaugh

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

CPD: October Crime Stats Show Historic Lows In Murders, Shootings

"Crime in Chicago's going down that's what police department superintendent Eddie Johnson is saying well he briefed reporters about the city's crime statistics Friday morning I feel good about the statistics you know we're at twenty year lows and robbery burglary and auto theft and of course we had a twenty four percent reduction and and murders this past October compared to last October so you know we send these things steady decline for the last three years so that is progress is not is not cause for celebration Johnson says the city is in a much better place than twenty sixteen he also says citizens are more willing to work with police because they're tired of violence in

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CBS Chicago investigation finds police raided the wrong homes

KCBS 24 Hour News

03:01 min | 1 year ago

CBS Chicago investigation finds police raided the wrong homes

"Chicago police stormed a home looking for a drug dealer but they found instead was an innocent nine year old boy and his family Dave sabini reports a year long investigation by Chicago CBS television station WBBM found a disturbing pattern of wrongful police raids that often left children badly traumatized heavily armed officers carrying assault weapons and wearing body armor rate this home but instead they found then nine year old Peter Mendez at home with his family like my life just flashed before my Mendez says he and his little brother were traumatized during the raid as their father was handcuffed and guns were drawn on them all Chicago PD say they were acting on a tip from an informant who gave them this address as police tore through their apartment Peter's mom grab the ward she told the officers and they were in the wrong place Peter Mendez is one of twenty three children that we've met through our year long investigation whose home was wrongly rated by Chicago PD I was afraid and confused our investigation found a disturbing pattern in these cases Chicago police getting drug gun tips from informants then failing to verify the addresses before busting in on innocent families did not conduct any surveillance of the building correct that's correct officer Joseph Capello got the ward for the Mendez rate relying on a tip from a confidential informant at a deposition Capello admitted he failed to independently verify the tip the agenda was very persistent in the address and we went off what he was saying during our investigation we learned that over eleven thousand search warrants were approved by the state's attorney's office since two thousand sixteen but police tell us they're not keeping track of just how many times their department gets it wrong Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson do you have any contingency plans in place for when small children are present well yeah if we have small children in those situations their safety is paramount you know we don't try to traumatized but we just cannot know going in all the time at their small children seven year olds Amari Boswell was celebrating her four year old brother TJ's birthday when seventeen plainclothes officers stormed into her family's home I thank third day was gonna shoot me in my blanket and everybody else we found this was another case of a bad informing tip and police failing to investigate the suspect hadn't lived in the building for five years really hurting that day when they make you feel we feel like the boyish one the one where they were Peter is doing much better since we met him last year he's been in therapy and because of our investigation a law was passed in Illinois and named after him call the Peter Mendez active requires de escalation training for police officers who encounter children during dramatic situations like

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Angry crowds rally against Trump in Chicago

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Angry crowds rally against Trump in Chicago

"Now to Chicago were angry crowds rallied against president trump on his first official visit to the city thousands took to the streets many chanting lock him up the president went to Chicago to address an international conference out police chiefs and used the occasion to slam Chicago's top police official Jeff the gains is there all over the world they're talking about Chicago Afghanistan is a safe place by comparison police chiefs from across the country president trump targeted the one who was not there Chicago superintendent Eddie Johnson this person should be here because maybe he could learn something Johnson decided to skip this region citing the president's immigration policies and what he sees as racial insults and hatred cast from the oval office the president fired back last year five hundred and sixty five people were murdered in Chicago since Eddie Johnson has been police chief more than one thousand five hundred people have been murdered in

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I don't wanna I don't do anything all that exciting. I shoot. Yeah, but I wasn't dead and do that on purpose. Oh, you didn't know and if you notice only run about half baby steps now out there because I don't wanna fall flat on my face. Todd is Mr. excitement. He's electric city. Okay. Mclovin. Why do think seen as a good point? He could come off the bench and be like the primary offensive guy like classic six-man fresh legs like yeah. Like who's a great man. Eddie johnson? He's the Eddie Johnson of this team Vinnie Johnson. Oh, what was the guy nobly? Yeah. Ricky Pierce, who? Ricky Pierce with Milwaukee. Yes, I just went salmon anthems getting confident, they take a little lead. And all of a sudden seed and brings in that burst. Just all of a sudden tides turn complete just when they thought they had us where we want. Okay, because that's what I bring. Yes. That's what you bring. All right. So the starting lineup is going to be Pearl. Paulie and pretty and then seat no becoming off the bench team player. Yeah you are. Very much a team player on Mike Todd. Yes. Paul, you know, Sandler I've heard he's got a low post game like a short range, mid range game who should cover him knowing his seat in covering I needed. Seton to cover is on the bench show. You're going to be guarding. I think Sanmen me I think, well, mclovin, our best do they have a better player than salmon? I believe they are bringing in a ringer who played on the end. One. Oh, dear. Famous last name. Oh, yes. Yeah. Peter, Peter Vesey. The longtime NBA writer, his son. He could ball. Oh, yes. He can bowl where the end none tour. Yes, we are. And none tour. Somebody's going to have to guard this kid because he played on the and one tour K do zone and three on three. It's pretty hard a triangle zone. Seton would have to guard Sandman, and then you'd have to guard this guy..

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Superintendent, Eddie Johnson and may around a manual addressing. Us about the whole Justice smell at case. And Rahm does not seem very happy unwavering in their belief that he is extremely guilty and infuriates that he's not owning up to it. But any varius as rhyme and not putting any blame on the state's attorney's office. When asked he kept saying, this is just a small let who did this. It's you know, how can you not be mad at the state's attorney's office. You're at a graduation, for God's sakes, the handling of it is very closed doors. He will definitely. Allow discussion. What was so interesting about obviously. Now, we're seeing the other side of this as much as we're going to see at this point. Because he said, you know, the case is sealed you're not going to get the information is it sealed. Why do they cases to good question? I forgot to ask which link off that. But you know, what's so interesting is that when mayor Emanuel talked about the shepherd laws and everything else going on in this country. You can see that this case is just taken to another level. That's why it's a national story. You know, everything going on in this country right now with hate crime. It's just you know, he said biz because you have a little influence and wealth that you can get away with things. And now, it's you know, what happens to the next person who doesn't have the resources that. Jesse smell. That has the terrible disadvantage, obviously isn't using allegedly using the evidence. Yup. For further Bill, don't get it. I don't get how this could have been overturned getting back something you just said about why it's such a big story. I know that here in Chicago because it's happening here Kogyo all the TV stations. Most of the radio stations talk stations. That's the focus is do you think this is getting as much press, Nick? CNN they were carrying it live. It's all done. Our ABC news call which goes to, you know, every radio station in this end, the appeal hear appeals a strange word. But the reason that it is. So magnetic is because of what you just said, unfortunately, I don't I'm glad that mayor emanuel's getting that point out because the reason it is getting so much play. Hollywood actor, right? And because it's highly unusual that completely turns around like rice in an emergency situation like at the drop of a hat. You know, there's so many of the texts early on as the story was breaking a few short hours ago were well, of course, he's going to get his way, he's rich he's powerfully successfully famous. That's kind of turning out to be true. Isn't it as the day plays on? And appears that way. And I question this not to disagree with you. But just because I'm so completely confused. Yes. He has great attorneys, but there's also a legal system that you have to adhere to. And it's not like the Chicago police department is letting him go. Was saying that, you know grand jury. Indicted him on sixteen council grand juries a little bit of that evidence. Indicted him on sixteen counts. And you don't forget that. You know, the FBI is still also investigating that letter that he received. There wasn't much mention about that. No. So the end a little bit ROY manual at the very end brought that back in the play. Right. So there is a possibility that he didn't write that either. He didn't. Wait and seizes says, but heading they already proved that it was his handwriting, and that he was responsible or my imagining sure. I sure about what was proved and I know that he hasn't been charged. On the ladder the FBI because that's male fry is fat. All right. We have to ramp up. I want you to ponder something tonight. And if you have a quick answer feel free, but what aside from the fact that he's not going to go to jail. What good is this to him? I believe well, he's. Itself. And it's still still don't believe them. And now, I almost feel like they're mad at him for finding a way out of it. Is empire gonna hire them back doubt, it well, you I mean from a legal standpoint, he's no longer guilty of the charges. So so if they didn't hire them he could almost almost go back to them for saying, you raise that he apparently this guy when the freedom to do whatever he wants now for I just don't get it of innocent until proven guilty. He was he was indicted. Yeah, we all thought he was it seemed it seemed clear cut, but it wasn't cloud charges. Charge. But now he's clean slate clean slate. But you know, what I knew nickname thing is. He has live with himself. And the fact that he said, he wouldn't be his mother, son. If he was that was interesting. Him you guys? I believe anyone to Wendy. We just saw the other side now. And but we don't know, right. You're never going to know. You're never going to be able to make a determination speech that each person and may remain. You'll make was that kind of in line with what you thought you'd hear from them today. Or was that a surprise? I it's in line with mayor. Mayor Emanuel said I expected superintendent Johnson to be angrier. Both of them I expected to be. I mean mayor Rahm Emanuel really you could see that they were not pleased with part of this. I expected him Eddie Johnson was just so passionate the first time. Yeah. Stood up for the city. Yeah. And you know, but now they're doing what they need to do in stand up for their for their police department and Senator KOMO Kamla Harris's, not his aunts. A lot of people tax tax. That people when doubt or go to bill's house boost setup. Thank you for hanging out. I like it. This is the..

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"And Obama knew it because he was emailing her on that address to her private server. So sixteen counts just have disappeared against jussie smollet. They never happened. His his records are going to be expunged. It never took place. Here is Eddie Johnson, the superintendent of police earlier this afternoon in Chicago. You all know us, Dan. Do I think Justice who serve? No justice. The city is still old in politics. I've been a cotton now for about thirty one years that came on his job, I came on with my on my my reputation someone accused me of doing anything that was circumvent jazz. I would want my period. To clear my name. I've heard that they wanted their day in court with TV cameras so America could know the truth. No, they chose to hide behind secrecy broker. A deal to circumvent the judicial system here is the mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel who is livid and shock to say many of the things have heard him say I have to agree with. And I never thought that day would happen in all in the name of self promotion. The laws of the hate-crime-legislation all of us collectively over years to put on the books to stand up to be the values that embody. Will we believe this is a whitewash of Justice? Hey grand jury could not have been clear you cannot have because of a person's position one set of rules apply to them. Another set of rules apply to everybody else. In another way, you're seeing this play out universities pay extra to get their kids, especially position in universities. Now, you have a person because of their position background who's getting treated in a way that nobody else would ever get close to this type of treatment. Without a doubt. A why watch a Justice and sends a clear message that if you're in a position of influence and power. Treat a one way how the people be treated. Well, he ought to know he worked for the Clintons for a while they regularly or able to take advantage of this dual Mrs Clinton, of course, is still the kingpin in getting away with it. And that's what needs to stop James Freeman writing in the Wall Street Journal's Muller and the Obama accounting. I'm so glad to see this because I spoke yesterday..

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Police superintendent Eddie Johnson the warrant being served by the officer was four narcotics and illegal weapons. This is Fox News. Newsradio. WFL? A you'd Saito to no arrests yet in the deadly shooting of a teenager in north Sarasota early today. Unfortunately, the suspected shooter is not in custody at this time. But we do believe that we will find the person or people responsible. Very shortly. Police spokesperson Genevieve judge has cops got the call just after midnight about a shooting. Greg court found the teenager dead. They told us the victim's name or exact age. Tampa's seven mayoral race became a runoff between Jane castor and David strass after Tuesday's first round the chamber of commerce scheduled to debate for tomorrow. But stress says he won't take part tonight's debate. Or town hall meeting will focus on the business of overseeing Tampa's business community. Tonight's forum is sponsored by the greater Tampa chamber of commerce chamber president Bob roar, lack we think it's important to have an event to have an informed voters on the issues before they go to the polls some of the big issues important us, obviously transportation. Android, like points out that whoever becomes mayor needs to have a definitive plan to address those issues. He says the forecast shows we might be dealing with an economic downturn. Eventually so planning for the city's future will be critically important. Sharon, Parker, NewsRadio WFL. A again that debate happens tomorrow night, not tonight daylight saving time started this morning. Lawmakers approved keeping the state on this time all year between that requires permission from congress, which it has not given yet Florida Senator Marco Rubio has again introduced a Bill that would let it happen. Looks like Florida will get back into the astronaut launching business..

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Here in Chicago. I heard him being interviewed on another show talking about just expressing the outrage that so much of Chicago police departments resources were us to to find this is I thought it was amazing police work to from a grainy images with with inaccurate description of who they were for them to find these guys it shows us what they can do in Chicago while we have less than a twenty percent clearest rate on the murders in Chicago. But I don't know if you were listening yesterday Andrei was it yesterday. When Eddie Johnson said this wasn't treated any way special because he's a celebrity, but this is how they treat hate crimes. And so I say, let's call all the crimes tocado hate crimes. And then they'll solve them as fast they solve this one. Welcome to the Stephanie trussell show. Hi, how you doing? I wanna say Hello to the radio audience. You know, I'm glad to be on your show. Thank you so much, and I think you for driving a teaching to the south and west side of Chicago in the black community. Yes, we're treated unfair. We don't have the resources are Campbell that I- communities don't work when it comes down to downtown and the white rich folks work baked ham was work when the table to Jesse or empire any other routes courses, they get resources they climb up on the blacks in in the south side of Chicago on the west side. We have people that for nine years. Spoke to detective we are told that they don't have enough detectors, but we've seen the difference. When it came to this Jesse store where Eddie Johnson said none of the police officers who were taking off their regular rotation. This is just the normal routine for hate crime. So we I've heard as many as twelve or thirteen detectives assigned to this and somebody even said twenty four right? I've heard twenty four as well. That's unbelievable. When you follow the crime in Chicago, the daily violence, and you see those faces and those names, and they do stats on so many different pages using about all those people their family members are still waiting for any kind of solution and is unacceptable again with less than twenty percent of the murders being solved in Chicago. How can they explain how they were able to use their resources to bring these two gentlemen, who who basically innocent people that were paid to do whatever I I wouldn't say innocent they were all part of this big scam. So is there another there's talk of a class action suit any any news on is that accurate is that just a rumor? Well, actually since I've been on the radio on TV. My phone's been flooded with people that have not spoke to detective says they let one has been murdered in the streets of Chicago five years six years twelve years and nine and so on a song, and I believe that that's a form of discrimination. You know, because as you have you seen with your own eyes. They saw Jesse case in two weeks. You seen anything happened up downtown that takes us up, but all the black the black community as you said, the the raise less than twenty percents. So yes, I see a form of discrimination. We doing our homework, and we're gonna see if we can file a class action lawsuit discrimination, Andre Smith, exude your pope. How you doing question? What did you think about this case when you first heard of it, did you believe Jesse smaller or not? No, I didn't believe him. I mean, but, you know, did you think that it was outrageous? Okay. So what was that? If you thought it was outrageous. You didn't believe him. Don't you think that this case was really easy to solve the evidence? Quick to be gathered that there really wasn't must resources needs to be thrown behind this. Because this is the easy case to saw it doesn't necessarily take take take from the more serious issues in the city of Chicago. Okay. I disagree with taking away because I need to occupy the same space. So when you take twenty four detectors in the city of Chicago, and you're told her the south side in the west side that we don't have enough detectors to sign these murders. Then they're taking away. Whether you want to say that's for burglary or whatever detective with a detective. All right. That's true. What is the footage? The data to show that. Who disposed to detect who assigned again? In that area to make sure that this case was followed along with any other particular case in the city, Chicago, you think you're a suit would accomplish something like that. Well, you know. Open up their show that the detective division is a racist division. Andre. This is Charles love. I have a question. So. I'm really solutions based on things. So you say you mentioned cameras and the resources both detect a number of detectives and all that. So do you think if we had more detectives and working cameras, would you do you think that that would have a major impact to the closure of murder cases? Or is it something else? I've been in the streets working all crying for twenty seven years right now today, you can shoot a gun in your basement. They got that sound that will let them know. Exactly. What you're whether you're in the basement, whether you an alley whether you're on the front of that himself in west side is it on the west side. Okay. All right. So on ask yourself so to solve this. What what do you say we need? Let's get to the bottom of that. We need transparency. We need the same thing. The same type of service in the white rich folks good we need on the south side in the west side and the black community. Okay. I know you're running for alderman. I'm not familiar. Where's the twentieth word? What are the boundaries the twentieth? Award is Washington Inglewood new city, backer yards and greater Grand Cross. It goes from Stony fifty sixty four up to sixty nine down fifty fill all wheel to forty seven awards. So you Inglewood was included as one of the neighborhoods. We hear lot Lonsdale Inglewood and Roseling other big ones and Austin where we have all these crimes. So you aren't speaking from a person, that's that's dealing with these issues. I'm sure out on the campaign trail, that's one of the things that people are talking about they wanna feel they want what everybody in America wants. They wanna feel safe in their homes. They grew up there and the history and may not necessarily want to flee. And so they're looking for if somebody gets caught. Something bad or someone is to be able to catch them in the first place. Not only the murderers, but everything that's going on between gun crimes and people. Just standing on the corner making it hard for them just to go to and from school. So I know that's a big issue. I'm not sure of the of the details of what's happening in your race. As far as the incumbent and what's happening and why you decided to jump in. But I'm certainly I was taking by the fact that you were so honest about what's happening, and this unfortunate that that is to tell the truth cities all over again, we see that in how people are living the quality of schools. And now we see and how quickly they can solve a crime and with very little information. And even the person giving them intentionally wrong information, they were still able to bring those two guys to Justice so to speak so lead, everybody's your website and good luck to you on Tuesday. Tell everybody how they can follow you. My website is WWW dot Andre Smith A B R E S T H Andrei smells of war. Two zero t h ward dot com. Well, good luck. It was a pleasure to talk to you. And keep me posted on anything else. You're welcome to come back. Any time to talk about this issue. All right. Thank you all so much into the radio on and just keep your head up and keep the faith. We're working very good three one zero five nine hundred eighty nine hundred gonna take a short break. And let's talk about the whole Jesse. 'cause I talk you said, did you believe it from the beginning and anybody with a thimble full accomplices nude, and none of that may says this is mega country. Shut. Why? In this country. Anyway, we'll talk about that. When we come back. When's the last time you.

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"But you can't have your own private healthcare. You're going to have free guaranteed retirement. And Elizabeth Warren now wants to tax the a wealth tax that gives another bite at the apple after you, pay your taxes. They'll use that per child care will include that cradle to grave womb to the tomb failure, a disaster. I let's get busy phones Scott in Greensboro, Scott. Happy friday. Glad you called, sir. Happy Friday to you. So this. Well, proud army, dad. Hey, I've got a question should be proud. God bless on federal charges. Brought against our buddy in Chicago because he also was caught mailing an envelope with a white powder it with assume that's going to happen. I mean, we have we haven't heard people out of it. Well, again, if you go back to the pull this guy, Mr. Johnson, the the the police superintendent what he said yesterday. Oh my gosh. But David speedboat does his name is Eddie Johnson who so best news conference I've ever watched and he called the small it's alleged public actions of publicity stunt, and then he went through how we sent himself the racist homophobic letter and with the powder in it because he was dissatisfied with this seven figure salary. Oh, my heart bleeding. Oh, yeah. Well, what would happen if if you would be a mailroom employees thing snagged open that power is all that's terrorism. That's absolute terrorism. Well, he's doing it to himself. I don't know if it's an act of terror you can commit of active Terry inches self. But it does bring, you know, hating Trump psychosis to a new level when you start scratching your own face and hiring people to beat you up. Mail employee of the show where he received a letter it. Yeah. I mean, look at this. This is all bad. I mean, you look at the crime rate and ensure cargo, and we can't be, you know, abusing resources like this there twenty four guys assigned to this case, and these guys could be on the streets, helping keep the people in Chicago that deserve to be protected that haven't been for years in some areas, we need to protect them this their fellow human beings kids are shot. Moms are shot. You know, it's it's not stopping it. And you know, I did like the superintendent he acknowledged we got some problems here. Well, let's get them the resources, so they can get in the communities that need the most help and save these lives there Americans save their life. Anyway, good points. Let's go to Doug and California. How are you? Doug. Hi, Sean, thanks for taking my call two ticks on Alexandria out there Cortes, the most interesting woman in the world. She denies a hundred and fifty thousand dollar jobs to her constituency. She takes away their ability to achieve better their lives. But yet somehow it's okay for her to achieve and better her life through our congressional salary and new status shouldn't she give back her part of her salary to fit in with the normal constituency. If she's so concerned about that. Saying that about Bernie Sanders. Oh, three mansions that he owns and he apparently makes a million dollars a year. He takes in what's stopping him from opening up his mansions to homeless people. What's that? I mean. No. But it it. It does echo my sentiment, which is these liberal socialist, you know, extremist status, they are generous, but only with other people's money. Shake is on the national defense. Bring eliminate fossil fuels. Okay. So we're not gonna have rocket fuel jet. Fuel diesel fuel for tanks. I don't think he was getting impressed with the solar powered submarine. So how how what's your take on America's sovereignty? How are we supposed to keep talking about another? But this arming America unilaterally. It's always been a part of the leftist ideal. You know, they think that America again, we're pillaging the planet for profit. And we're warmongers when we have literally sacrificed more for the safety security liberties and freedoms of people around the globe and asked nothing in return, except occasionally a plot to bury our brave soldiers. Some believable their mindset Hedo in this day and age, everyone needs a home security system. And I know many of you home security system nightmare stories. Well, the great story of simply safe is they have taken away. Everything that everybody kinda justifiably hates about the home security business. That means oh, they're not putting holes in your walls to install it, massive installation fees. You don't have long term contracts to sign at like fifty bucks a month. And it is the latest greatest best technology bar, none. They have transformed the entire home security business. Now, you gotta understand some interesting statistics because you know, what security systems deter burglars. In fact, there's still a burglary every eight seconds in America. Well, think about it. You think Burgos, give up does become some houses have security systems. They don't they.

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"So jussie smollet has been arrested and he has been charged. And remember, you know, you have to think about this. There was a moment. When Jesse small it was thinking something to himself like should. I enjoy my talent succession thank God for all my blessings or should. I hope the police and pretend to be victim and risk disgrace and prison. Well, you know, I I won't tell it now, but aren't at joke. I talk about the guy wished for an orange Ed jussie small at there. He is. So he wanted to get beat up in Chicago. Well, the superintendent of police Eddie Johnson gave him exactly what he wanted smacked him around. But good this is the first cut where he talks about with Jesse small. It was cut eleven. This announcement today recognizes that empire actor jussie smollet took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career. I'm left hanging. My head and asking why? Why would anyone especially an African American man? Use the symbolism of noose to make false accusations. Out could someone look at the hatred and suffering associated with that symbol and CNN opportunity to manipulate that symbol to further his own public profile. Can an individual who's been embraced by the city of Chicago. Turnaround slap everyone in this city in the face by making these false claims. See the thing is if you wanna get smacked in Chicago, you wanna get smacked by a couple of brothers. You hired yourself. Not by the police because that's not a good situation. He's been charged with a felony count of disorderly conduct. But after here's the interesting thing after Johnson superintendent Johnson finished smacking Jesse around. He went after the media. And this is what he said listen to this we discovered the actual motives, quite frankly, it pissed everybody off, you know, because we have to invest valuable resources a lot of what I want. You ought to really understand is when you all put things out there. Into the universe. That's not actual facts than it causes us to have to chase. All that stuff down those are resources and time spit that we'll never get back that we could utilize for another investigation. I don't I mean, no disrespect to the superintendent. When I say explaining what a fact is to the news media is a very very difficult thing to do. They're going Afaq. Could you spell that force? You know when I was a reporter. I went said to a cop, you know, you, and I we work we we both worked for the people. And he said, no you work for a corporation. I work for the people. That's right. The police of the ones looking for fact, the news organizations work for corporations on our selling a point of view that the corporations want you to believe if you don't believe this. Let me show you an amazing amazing cut. I'm going to play this first and then comment on it afterward of the diff- of Don lemon. Now, I understand picking on Don, lemon is is, you know, picking on a guy who can think very well. But still Don lemon is reacting to this thing that he was trying to sell as, you know, a symbolic of what America's like during the tyranny of the Trump administration. And now it's been caught out and he's talking to their. To Joey Jackson their legal analyst are this is cutting eight not come to number seven number eight..

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I mean, this is comical I mean, I'm watching this lady bring this up. There. I mean, everything that you would need to either like Robert do something to somebody. They're buying right there. Right. It's like if you're standing behind in the supermarket aisle and somebody in front of you has prophylactics a bottle of wine. You know what I'm saying? It's like that. But if you were going to rob somebody they have all these stock cats, including a sack cat that has the cutouts for the eyes and the mouth, and then they have to red hat's right there on the counter. The rope is right there. This is crazy, and they're just standing there talking to looking at their phones and just you know, hanging out Chilin. I mean, clearly, they're not, you know, there's there's they're not nervous about anything at all. And to make it even crazier he paid them with a check. He gave them a check. Check he paid them with a check. Like he signed his name on it three thousand five hundred dollars. He paid them with a check. That's according to Chicago police superintendent, Eddie Johnson. So he turned himself in today. He's going to appear in court later today. Yeah. I mean, I and that's gonna come up here. Just a little bit. They have the phone records where it says it showed that he spoke with him an hour before and an hour after the attack. And he apparently spoke with them while they were in Nigeria for the two weeks after the attack. And so that's when they were they were arrested when they when they came back to the United States. And then I guess that's when he realized what does he was he really going to testify against them in court knowing that he hired him. Oh my gosh. So that's I just a man. And apparently so his motive according to local media in Chicago who've been who've by the way, they've done such a great job with this because they treated it like a local crime story that has national appeal and they've really done their due diligence. But the report is that he was quote dissatisfied with his salary on empire. You look you just turned into a question, Mark cane? Yeah. He was dissatisfied with his salary. Yeah. My first question would be what in the world with this staged event done to improve his salary. Somebody needs to drop the breadcrumbs and lead me along that path. Just look at capper, Nick. Kaepernick got a damn Nike deal. Bye bye plainy victim. True. He played a victim didn't stage anything. Now, this my thing is he thought that staging this would somehow lead to the increase in salary for me. I'm just full of questions. I'm not sure how it's possible. Yeah. He. He was he wanted more salary apparently. And so that's why he did it. So he's charged for violent at. So I mean, this is a felony. He's charged with a felony. It's called felony. What did they say disorderly conduct? But you have to understand that in that that charge also considered part of that charges. Filing a false report. And it can either be a class for a class three felony. And his case, I think is a class four felony. So he's looking at jail time and massive fines, but he's looking at jail time. And I think that the maximum penalties should be levied here. Because see this guy is acting like he's attacked. Meanwhile, earlier today, I watched a video of a conservative student getting his ass be UC Berkeley and had his nose busted broken. You can hear the crunch of the bone in his nose on video by a progressive. And then yesterday, I saw another video of a girl who ran down this elderly man that had a maga- hat on a Sam's Club and tried to knock the hat off his head. And then yesterday evening there was another video of somebody being assaulted because they were wearing a red hat. Meanwhile, that stuff is not getting discussed, but this guy stages a fake hate crime. And then you have people like Cory Booker who tweets this kind of ridiculousness out. He tweeted and this and it's still up. He tweeted this on January twenty ninth, quote, the vicious attack on actor jussie smollet was an an attempted modern day lynching..

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Six six three seven. The United States of empire is a book that claims the United States is the empire of the world. George Washington warned us against born wars the United States of empire shows that world wars one and two left England broken. Its former colony the US had saved the empire. Was there ever a vote who do we fight for the deep state began with World War One? The United States of empire by James Dunn available at Amazon books. It's news time on the new one zero one five FM seven twenty A M K DWA. Good morning. I'm John Shafer county sheriff's office says it has arrested three people on suspicion of holding a mother and her son against their will Cherif sergeant Adam Tippett said Monday that the victims appeared dehydrated malnourished. And in distress. He says the main suspect is the mother's younger son twenty eight year old James Thatcher of parameter dip. It says Thatcher in two others are suspected in an alleged scheme to exploit the victims for their social security benefits, Nevada judge has temporarily blocked the planned release of a Massachusetts gaming commission report about allegations of sexual misconduct against former casino mogul Steve Wynn. Clark county district court judge Elizabeth Gonzalez decided you'll hear arguments about whether the report contains confidential information and documents that win attorneys say should be protected by attorney client privilege. A gunman kills three people before he died in a Chicago hospital. Shootout a gunman opened fire in the parking lot of Chicago's mercy hospital killing. Woman before he ran inside and began shooting. Again, the superintendent Eddie Johnson says a police officer just off rookie probation and his partner responded to the call with what the heroic.

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Hospital. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson said the four are the gunman to hospital workers and the police officer Johnson said that the shooting started with an argument in the hospital parking lot between the suspect and the female hospital worker with whom he had a relationship a third person attempted to intervene. The suspect pulled out a handgun that third person fled into the hospital and the woman was gunned down outside that led to a firefight within the hospital between the suspect and police. The suspect was shot and killed Denver. Broncos coming off their upset of the chargers yesterday twenty three twenty two now turn their attention to the Pittsburgh Steelers who will be coming to town to take on the Broncos on Sunday. Our next update at four I've Roger Cordell. Ah on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. It's going to be a typical drive this morning as you take to the metro area freeways, you can't road work taking place on northbound. I twenty five between hamden an eighth. It could slow you down. You can expect various lane closures on I twenty five between Bellevue and see four seventy also if you're travelling southbound on I twenty five down around Tacoma road. It's going to be slow going to the lane closures if you're on C four seventy trembling westbound, it's closed between Broadway and loosen until about five thirty the CBS four weather. You can expect it to be mostly sunny today is going to be close to fifty five. Tonight's low about twenty six tomorrow. Expect a high of sixty tomorrow night's Louis going to be around twenty nine currently. It's partly cloudy seven, I'm Gary elbow on KOA. Newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Need a good mechanic, pay keilor's? John Morrissey.

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"West Palm Beach with your, four, o'clock update I'm Ron, Hersi it's eighty eight. Degrees in lake worth, it's eighty nine degrees in Lauderdale by the sea jurors may hear. From Paul manafort's former right hand man Rick gates this afternoon the trial. Of President Trump's former campaign, chairman stacks, of boxes were wheeled into the courtroom during a lunch break two of the. Boxes labeled gates manafort's accused the Bank and tax fraud the president discussing his son Donald juniors, meeting with the Russian attorney leading up to the two thousand sixteen presidential election Trump tweeting yesterday the meeting June twenty sixteen was in fact. To get information on an opponent totally jet legit. And done all the time in politics said Trump instead of the meeting was to. Dig, up damaging, information about democratic nominee Hillary Clinton Trump says the meeting provided no insight the principal LeBron James through school speaking out, after the president's attack. On social media, David, James, says LeBron's done much for the kids in the community and the is Great example he's released set a good example I think for our. You, and you, know I've said it before I need a thousand more LeBron James You. Know to work with our kids and partner with the attack prompted one James said he, believes, the president is using. Sports to divide the American people James made headlines this week when the. School, he founded opened in his hometown of Akron Ohio wildfires raging across. California the Mendosa no complex fires charred over two hundred sixty, six thousand acres currently the most serious of the seventeen major fires burning. In the state, the car fire has claimed the life of. A Pacific, Gas electric crew member who died. Doing repair work in a remote wilderness areas, seven have died including two firefighters in connection to the fires Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson says the shooting deaths over the weekend were. Unacceptably violent should underscore the continuing issue that we have illegal guns offenders out on the street that are willing to. Use them, Johnson was joined by Chicago's democratic mayor Rahm Emmanuel hastily called press. Conference to discuss the violence the saw sixty shot and ten dead these shootings. Are not random they are fueled by gang conflicts and we continue to send a message, that, it's okay to commit. These crimes by not doing anything as a community Reverend Al Sharpton demanding. Justice following the fatal shooting of marquees mcglockton near Tampa will be involved. Until we see the prosecution and the rest of the killing, of marquees mcglockton this is a real disgrace Glock twenty year old father. Was fatally shot, during an argument over a handicapped parking spot The. Duck made national headlines the. Man who killed him Michael Drako, was not charged Florida's kind of versatile standard ground law grants have unity do anyone who claims they were defending themselves. When they used, deadly force. It's a case of musical chairs for one cellist is trying to fly out of Miami musician says that she was kicked off an American Airlines. Flight from Miami to Chicago because.

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Craig graphical location while we stay police superintendent eddie johnson hopes bodycam video showing the man who was killed appeared to be reaching for a gun at his waist calms the community it is what it is you know we're not trying to hide anything we're not trying to fluff anything the video speaks for itself i don't need to narrate that video for you when you see it you know you come to your conclusions about what happened police released video a day after thirtysevenyearold hurries augusta's was killed in the shooting the triggered violent protests and eleven million ton iceberg is threatening a tiny village on the western coast of greenland a huge four mile long iceberg that's broken off from the glacier has drifted a third of a mile from a village in western greenland prompting a partial evacuation of its residents it's fear that has massive chunks break off it could cause a soon nami like large wave that suddenly swamps low lying areas this iceberg the size of lower manhattan is estimated to weigh about ten billion tonnes it's natural for glaciers lose ice in the summer but his greenland's waters have warmed it's happening faster larry miller cbs news london retired nhl goaltender ray emery has died at age thirty five police say he drown in hamilton ontario police sergeant mardi schulenburg is time we do not believe there be any suspicious or foul play this investigation we do believe that this is a case of adventure emory helped the ottawa senators reached the stanley cup finals in two thousand seven and won the cup with the.

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"eddie johnson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"eddie johnson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Whether to retry skakel who in the meantime is a free man in a scathing scathing dissent one of the judges accused her colleagues of giving special treatment escape because of his wealth is race and his connections to the kennedy family twenty great to have you here thanks the military confirmed today ten navy seals and another sailor being discharged for drug use the seals were based on the east coast and tested positive for cocaine and amphetamines in march and april are david martin reported last year the drug use in seal units was on the rise repeated deployments overseas enabled some to get around random testing for years a manhunt is underway for the gunman who shot a federal agent in chicago this morning the agent with the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms is part of a unit form last year to reduce gun violence in america's third largest city adrienne ideas is there just after three m a federal agent was working undercover with chicago police when he was shot in the face the unidentified atf agent was ambushed while conducting a surveillance operation on the city's south side police superintendent eddie johnson ordered specialized units into the area to ensure the safety of the community residents and to conduct a manhunt for anyone involved in this reprehensible crime hundreds of officers have fanned out to search for suspects the wounded agent is part of chicago's gun strikeforce formed last year to track down a legal guns it's a problem we saw firsthand last summer.

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