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A Minnesota Police Officer Shot and Killed a Black Man

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:13 sec | 3 months ago

A Minnesota Police Officer Shot and Killed a Black Man

"Says his state is morning. Another life of a black man taken by law enforcement, police say a 20 year old was shot as he tried to leave the scene of a traffic stop yesterday that sparked tense protests outside a police station in Brooklyn center. In

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"enforcement police" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Was following my president. I thought I was following what we were called to do. President Trump requested that We'd be in the sea or respect you heard it from them. They were doing what he wanted them to do. They wouldn't have listened to you to me to the vice President, United States who they were attacking. They didn't stop in the face of law enforcement police officers fighting for their lives to stop them. They were following The president. He alone our commander in chief had the power to stop it. And he didn't You will hear evidence tonight tomorrow throughout the trial about his refusal as commander in chief to respond to numerous desperate pleas on the phone across social media, begging him to stop the attack and you will see his relentless attack. On vice president Pence who was at that very moment, hiding with his family as armed extremists were chanting Hang Mike Pence, calling him a traitor. You will see that even when he did finally 3.5 hours into the attack, tell these people to go home in peace, he added. Sleep manager, Raskin said. I'll quote your very special We love you think.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Sixteen victims is unheard of and for our communities. Right. Now, go through so much they have to be dealt with this tragedy needlessly is unfortunate in shameful Simmons stepped into the role just this week after the mayor fired, the police chief protesters have been taking to Rochester streets for weeks since video showed police pinning daniel proof to the ground with a spit hood over his face he died of asphyxiation demonstrators are calling for reforms in the shooting overnight Simmons. Says the department will do all. It can to bring a suspect to justice any held NPR news be are. A migrant worker was fatally shot by police officer in rural southwest. Florida, town back of the largely farmworker community came together for a vigil last night. Andrea Perdomo from member station WGC you reports thirty seven year old Nicholas Morale Elizabeth. Aena. MOCCOLI was killed by a Collier County sheriff's deputy on September seventeenth the next day his suits rally spoke to mourners and others mom dated morale. Elizabeth. Aena until she passed five years ago. Tom On television. You know some shot and killed by God someone got shot and killed by a cop again. You see it in other states north everyone other. Then you're never going to happen in your own backyard and residents of the farm worker village community say the relationship with local law enforcement has always been tense. The sheriff's office says it's investigating the shooting for NPR news I'm Andrea Perdomo a Moccoli Florida hurricane watches in effect today for coastal Texas Tropical, Storm Betas gaining strength in the Gulf of Mexico. Betas expected to become a hurricane tomorrow. As parts of the Alabama coast in Florida panhandle clean up from Hurricane. Sally more than two hundred, thousand homes and businesses remain without power protesters were back on the streets of Portland. Oregon. Last night the protests following the killing of George Floyd resumed after a pause because poor air quality from the west coast wildfires police say an unlawful assembly was declared near a building used by US immigration and Customs Enforcement Police say eleven people were arrested. On Trial Snyder. This is NPR news..

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"enforcement police" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:44 min | 11 months ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To the law enforcement police. They're incredible, and the National Guard has been truly amazing. They all got together. They coalesced minute they got here It was over. The president went to Kenosha over the objections of Governor Tony Evers, who expressed concern it with spark violence. There were protests, but they were largely peaceful. A tribunal spokeswoman in Cambodia, says the chief jailer her the Camaro Rouge, who admitted to overseeing the torture and killings of thousands while running the regime's most notorious prison, has died. He has been serving a life sentence for war crimes and crimes against humanity. America is listening to the news. W E Mail News at 10 02 on Brian Peers of Virginia Health Department reports an increase in Corona virus case is heading into the end of the summer holiday. The trendline has rise slightly over the past week or so, with over 1000 new cases reported since yesterday, Governor Northern was asked if the return of college kids on campus is driving those numbers, insisting campuses, though, are following guidelines. But, he adds, if it's not You certainly have the opportunity to Teo intervene and make changes. Norm also says with the positivity rate up slightly, there will be no changes before Labor Day in the Commonwealth re opening status, Farber breath W E Mail and w e mail dot com. Decades after the fact, Louden County lawmakers are poised to apologize Races practice. We have an opportunity that B Antiracist Superintendent, Dr Eric Williams has been working to strip the school system of its racist past, including a resolution to apologize for the county segregation of schools. Loudon was one of the last places in the nation to desegregate in 1963, and that was under a court order. Why now we want to be about actions and not just not just words. Even the words are also important school systems. Apology will be made formally later this month. Today, the Board of Supervisors will decide whether to join that effort. John Mathews I'll do a mailing w e mail dot com Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has made an announcement relaxing Corona virus prescriptions further in the state, announcing Stage three will start on Friday as five in the afternoon. Movie theaters and live entertainment venues will be able to begin safely opening at 50% capacity or up to 100. People at indoor venues for 250 people at outdoor venues. W E Mail news time 10 4 Now W avail, traffic.

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What it means to defund police

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:20 min | 1 year ago

What it means to defund police

"Conversation that we're having in this country right now about systemic economic racism. Turns today on three words, De Fund, the police. In Minneapolis where George Floyd was killed by police. A Super Majority of the city council there says it wants to dismantle its police force, and in part because that defined the police has become kind of a catch phrase for a really complicated problem, so marketplace's Kimberly. Adams spent her day today, talking to people about what it might mean, concepts like defunding or dismantling or even abolishing the police are a bit more nuance to then may come across a protest. Chant Christy Lopez is co director of the innovative policing program at Georgetown Law and used to work at the Department of Justice Investigating police departments. She says when people talk about defunding police. It doesn't mean that you route budgets for public safety. It may mean that you decrease. Get rid of the police department per se, but you might still have something like an office of public safety. So, what would it do? Ron Surpass spent thirty years in law. Enforcement Police chief in New Orleans in Nashville, chief of the Washington State Patrol, and in all that time about ninety percent of all the police department calls that I've looked at in my life. have nothing to do with a major uniform crime. Crime has nothing to do right murder robbery burglary assault theft auto, nothing surpass now teaches at Loyola University in New Orleans. He says cop spend most of their time. Responding to auto accidents, noise complaints, lots of calls about people dealing with substance abuse. And when someone is having a mental health crisis, we often are sending out the police. Sue Abdur Holden runs the Minnesota branch of the National Alliance on mental illness she. She says the state has mobile mental health crisis teams that can respond. Unfortunately, they're not fully funded so that they can respond twenty four seven to every call that comes in which means the police legally have to says Jim Birch President of the National Police Foundation. The bottom line is who else would you call on a Saturday afternoon or in the middle of the night on a Friday night to come and respond. Respond to help address a dispute or disagreement. There literally is no one else to

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"enforcement police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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5-year-old boy found safe after being taken with stolen vehicle in southwest Houston

Houston Power Trading Hour

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

5-year-old boy found safe after being taken with stolen vehicle in southwest Houston

"Morning's amber alert regarding a five year old boy who was inside a vehicle that was stolen is over police tell us that the boy's mother stop to cash a check and left him inside the car because he was tired detectives of report that she was inside that store for only two minutes maybe less when the vehicle was targeted and stolen according to authorities the boy was found safe inside the car parked along the side of a road a citizen had spotted the vehicle in the boy and called in law enforcement police don't know how long he and the car had been there suspect thief is still on the run

How Portland’s black community and police are sharing their stories through theater

PBS NewsHour

01:35 min | 2 years ago

How Portland’s black community and police are sharing their stories through theater

"Portland Oregon has had its own history with racial discrimination and tension with the police there's a new effort underway to address those tensions special correspondent cat Weiss reports when the theater companies attempt to change the city's racial ecology through the arts so to speak it's part of our ongoing series on arts and culture campus on a recent morning an old fire station turned play house was packed with theatergoers but this was not a typical theater crowd it was a who's who of Oregon law enforcement police officers FBI agents district attorneys and judges they were joined by prominent community and civil rights leaders thank you so much all of you I'm a little overwhelmed just by just looking out and seeing who's in the room Kevin Johnson his wife Leslie mine as are the co founders of the August Wilson red door project a Portland based arts organization this is Bob or Robert day retired deputy chief of the Portland police bureau in our partner in crime we really have believe that there is some opportunity here and some work to be done both on behalf of the black community and on the criminal justice system over the last few years the three have formed an unusual partnership to spark new conversations and ways of thinking about race relations in Portland played and they're using the stage to help bridge the divide when you're talking about issues of race you can't

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"enforcement police" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:36 min | 2 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"George Noory with you. If you're brand new to the program, the story, you're going to hear for the next three hours will scare the living daylights out of you. And of course, if you've been a regular listener of coast to coast, you know, what we're talking about one of our favorite guests. David Pilatus back with us author of missing four one one and several other works related to people disappearing primarily in our national parks, but disappearing David, of course, has had a professional background that includes twenty plus years in law enforcement and senior executive positions in the technology sector here is back on coast to coast. David good time to have you back spring is here. People going out into the parks. Here we go again, right? You got that right Georgia. Thanks for having me. Oh, it's a pleasure. Indeed. Let's let's do a quick review. David for some people who are brand new to the program, and they come in by the thousands every month to give them an idea of what we're talking about. Here. These missing people about six years ago. I was doing some research on a national park talking to some of the contract workers there so Koppel of national Park Rangers following me around kind of normal went back to my room off the park area. Got knocked on the door was one of those Rangers just in plain clothes. He said, Dave, I know who you are. We're falling year round. We wanted to talk to you about something. And I said well come on in. And he said that he and a couple other friends have worked at a series of national parks over their career, and they had been involved in searches for missing people and just by chance they got together and talked about their experiences, and they agreed that where these people went missing. The length of time. They were gone the effort that was made to find him was wholesome and hard free during that first seven to ten days. Then after that it just drops off the face of the earth. And there's no more work done on it. And they said that even they have difficult time. Finding some information about the cases that did exchanged amongst themselves. And they said that somebody really ought to be looking into it. Because nobody at the park service was. Well, I I left the park the following day called a couple of friends of mine forcement told them what I found out and city see if there's anything to this and see if there's disappearances there that haven't been solved. Few hours later, get a call back. And they said, oh, yeah. There's quite a few disappearances from there. And there appears to be something unusual kind of started. It all started to focus on the National Park Service the series of freedom of information act request. They have a very large contingent of federally trained law enforcement police officers that control the part area, they've all gone to the federal law enforcement training center. They're highly trained, they they're good police officers, and they know how to do the right job. I filed a request against the police department for the National Park Service for a list of missing people inside their system. I get a call back from an attorney from the National Park Service asking why wanted the information, and I said, well, I was just interested in the numbers, and we're doing a little research, and he said, oh, National Park Service doesn't keep track of missing people like that. They don't have any numbers. They don't they don't keep track. They don't have a list of names. And originally I thought maybe it was kind of semantics inside worked with some other people refiled got a call back again, the same thing, we don't have a list, we never have had a list, and George any medium or small police department almost in the nation. You could walk into their police chief and said, hey, can you give me a list of missing people from your department and within a matter of minutes? Probably no more than our two. He would give you a list. He's probably got them up on his bulletin board behind this behind his desk. Exactly. Yeah. For sure they're up on their website as well. But the National Park Service claims no knowledge of this. And when I pushed him a little further, they stated not quote this. We rely on the institutional memory of our employees for those things. She's that makes no sense David now and. You could feel the roadblock that they were throwing and I talked to a whole series of law enforcement people about it. And they said there is no way they're not keeping this information. They've got to have it. Well, keep plodding along as the years. Go by the research keeps getting thicker start to realize that there's also disappearances and national forest very similar to what's happening in national parks. And what I laid out was a series of young adults. I mean, young young children say two to six years old. Where they went missing from. And where they were found and many times these kids with the found miles away in a rural environment where there's no roads and the trek when you approach the parents with my two year old can't walk that far or they'd be found thousands of feet up in elevating from where they were last seen alive or dead yet. And. No, those kind of things strike you as highly unusual. And when the parents say, hey, there's no way my child could have gone that distance being a parent. You know, how far your child can travel, of course. Well, since we're talking about young kids right now. Just today. News broke out of place called Austin Manitoba. Awesome fifty miles west of Manitoba west of Winnipeg. It's a very very rural area lot of farm country. A two year old boy named chase. Martin's M A R TANF was playing outside his farm out. His dad was on one side of the farmhouse is mom was inside. She had a couple of sisters. That were also in the house is mom sees the son run around the side of the house. And she thought he was going to go play on the tractor. Like, he always does. Okay. They had a couple of dogs in the yard. And she said the dog's always followed this boy around after ten minutes. She didn't see him. She goes out to the yard. He's gone. The dad start searching the dogs just laid in the back porch. The whole time. And make a long story short that happened at six o'clock Tuesday night all through the night last night two hundred searchers and canine search that area they Winnipeg. Yeah. Helicopter from their police department came in and flew flew for looking radar all over the farm fields enforce around there. Nothing. Today. They put three hundred ground searchers there along with an RCMP airplane and the Winnipeg helicopter came back. And as of right now, we're speaking that boy can't be found. What a nightmare for the parents, David an absolute nightmare. And when you go online, George, and you see searchers are doing the right thing. They're marching almost shoulder to shoulder through the fields out there, and that's what throughout their fields. And then there's interspersed with trees a little bit of ground cover nothing serious, and especially the time of the year helicopter flying with flair right now should be able to light up that whole area. And see if there's somebody there that's a meeting heat. Now in probably a very high percentage of these cases one of the profile points. I write about my books is it oftentimes these victims are found in an area that has been searched sometimes ten twenty times, and they know that they have not missed the body. And then they come back like you say the ten th time in there. It is exactly. And the searchers are funneled. A few years back. I was making a presentation in front of the largest search and rescue organization in the world. And I was talking about this just like I am with you right now. I'm kind of laying out the groundwork and Alaska state troopers, Alaska state troopers, take charge of all search and rescue in the state in about halfway through my talk to there was some questions in this trooper stood up and said, Dave. You're saying what we all know. And we don't wanna talk about. But we've all had it happen to us. And it's unexplainable. How this is happening. And how these people end up in an area that we've covered completely and bam. They're right in the middle of it makes no sense. And they don't wanna talk about or why are they afraid? Well, I think that some organizations in the search and rescue business wanna keep their faux pas, which they consider faux pas to themselves. I personally don't think. And I've never said this is a search and rescue issue. They're not doing a competent job at cetera. I don't think that when they're searching. It's there. And we've talked before David many times, we do not push you for an answer because you're not going to give us one anyways. But we do talk about possibilities, and I want everybody to know that tonight. We're not going to say, we think it's this. But we're going to talk about possibilities. And then you can decide what you think. But I got to tell you. It is bizarre as anything I've ever heard. And it's got to be for you to David. Well, what's tough Georgian your parent? You know, this that when you see these stories come across like this one with chase that I just talked to you about it. Everybody's heart. She's a parent. Yeah. I can't say that I can feel for the parents and know what they're going through. But I can tell you that it can't it's gotta be one of the most horrific things a human can go through not knowing what's happened to their child. I used to when I was younger with my children. I would see people at a mall or shopping center with a dog leash on their kid, and it was attached to his back with some kind of an apparatus in. I used to think David that was the cruelest thing I could ever see until it dawned on me. They're petrified of the kid wandering away. And they want to give them about twenty feet. And you know, they kinda like tugging back when he gets too far. I don't think it's I don't think it's that bad anymore. Yeah. I think that there's going to be those people who thought like you did. But once you read the cases, how a parent says my son my little two year old was right behind me. He can't run that fast. I turned around and he's gone just going. It makes you think well, maybe those devices might pretty good in terms of the sex of the missing person is more male than female, or is it the same doesn't balance out? I think as you get older, and you start talking about men or adult women on that end of the scale. It's more men. I think at the younger end of the scale say between two and eight it's almost a balancing point, they're saying, okay. There's been a lot of young girls. And a lot of young boys that have disappeared and been found under years unusual circumstances. And in terms of those people out in the parks when they get a little older. Would it be? Would it skew more men than women or is it about fifty fifty people who are just out there? They have more men not by a huge percentage. But I do think there are more men and a lot of times when the men disappear in those parks settings many many times they're never found. David has some amazing cases. And we've got. Some new ones we're gonna talk about as well. And of course, when he just mentioned, I'll set it is for those parents up there in Canada to be searching for their little one who simply just disappeared. And I wonder David how far away was their house from the road to rule out the possibility of some passer-by coming by picking the kid up. You know, they talked about it briefly in one article, and it said that there was road that came up to the house but coming from law enforcement, and you gotta apply logic to this is that a pedophile or somebody who's trying to prey on a young person. Like this one of the last things they wanna do is be seen. And if you're going up to a an isolated farmhouse somewhere in the middle of nowhere, you know, number one of those people carry guns. That's right. And the mother and the father are going to hear a.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Attractions and sixty five over in lake Nona any airport Kilmeade, we'll be live from the WDBO studios in four minutes. As we continue our team coverage police what you'd be on the lookout for an escaped inmate who stole a Bavard county deputies squad car and is headed to Orlando. The car is in an unmarked Chevy Impala, and it was found overnight near America street, only a couple of blocks from the Orlando police department headquarters still no word on that inmates description. We'll give you an update as soon as it comes in after James woods is being praised by Maitland. Police for reaching out to a marine veteran who was contemplating suicide the actor came across a tweet from Andrew McMasters from Maitland saying that he was sitting in a parking lot and wanted to kill himself. Woods tweeted back at him asking him where he was an offering to help. Then contacted Maitland. Police we were able to make contact with him by phone. He did advise that he was okay. But did not wish to have any contact or to speak any further with law enforcement police still want to speak with him in person and are praising woods for reaching out. When he did. Samantha Jordan, news ninety six point five WDBO. We told you about. Yesterday, the annual Turkey pardon that was about to go down at the White House. Well, it did. And a plump Turkey named peaceful will now live to see another day. Thanksgiving is a time of great American traditions. And today, we continue a very special one when a lucky Turkey gets a presidential pardon peas, and an understudy named carrots will be retiring at the gablers rest exhibit and Virginia Tech the turkeys are from south, South Dakota. Trump joked that the Democrats will issue carrots subpoenas when they take control of the house in January it's nine oh three at news ninety six point five WDBO up.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You know says point to authorities to suspect that's you know that's a crime that's that's manufacturing evidence that's also desecrating courts and yet you know in one of these cases where you have the video clearly see impression pushing the dental mold in dozens of times worse video you also see in the video marks appear on the body of the season two and a half year old girl in louisiana that we're not there at the beginning of the video despite all that i mean you know when i when i first saw that video i got west gonna be arrested i mean i thought it was evidence of him committing a crime instead you know now anybody not arrested but that guy still want that for you know that video didn't even give him a new trial so this is the talked about this book actually talked a little bit about the criminal justice system is really bad at correcting mistakes or even really analogy mistakes usually takes the a evidence dna testing you know to get the system to admit that maybe he got the wrong person and in cases like this one the movie anna were less appears to create these bite marks there is no dna because the question is who killed this girl the question is was killed at all you know the the claims she had a seizure and drown in the bathtub the state claim that this guy jimmy dunkin had raped her and forcibly found her you know while biting her and its main evidence dna or so you know biological material of dunkin's on the girl except for this alleged bite mark that appears west actually created tucker you know as as you guys are digging into these cases and and hearing stories about the two doctors there are folks who whisper of their reservations about the two i mean clearly there were a lot of questions raised about some of these cases along the way yet law enforcement police and prosecutors continued to rely on the two of them and their expertise because they could count on them to bolster their case no matter what the case was were there were and there were some in mississippi that that we spoke with who who didn't use either one of them.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Video despite all that i mean you know when i when i i saw that video i thought west of the arrested i mean i thought it was evidence of him committing a crime instead you know not only not arrested but that guy still on death row but you know that video didn't even give him a new trial so the system we talked about this in the book was actually talked a little bit about it since the book out but the criminal justice system is really bad at correcting mistakes or even really knowledgeable mistakes it usually takes the evidence dna testing you know to get the system to admit that maybe the wrong person in cases like this one in louisiana where west appears to create these bite marks there is no dna because the question isn't who killed this girl the question is was this girl killed at all you know the the bennet claims that she had a seizure and drowning with ask the the state claim that this guy jimmy dunkin had raped her and forcibly ground her biting her and its main evidence dna or so you know biological material of dunkin's on the girl except for this alleged bite mark that appears the west actually created tucker you know as as you guys are digging into these cases and and hearing stories about the two doctors there are folks who whisper of the reservations about the two i mean clearly there were a lot of questions raised about some of these cases along the way yet law enforcement police and prosecutors continued to rely on the two of them and their expertise because they could count on them do bolster their case no matter what the case was wherever any prosecutors who said you know we're just not gonna use these guys we don't think they're legitimate and were willing to say i'd rather you know lose this case then rely on somebody so whose expertise so clearly in question there were there were and there were some in mississippi that that we spoke with who who didn't use either one of them.

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Warrant gives new details on cop-killing suspect in Home Depot shooting

WGTK

02:56 min | 3 years ago

Warrant gives new details on cop-killing suspect in Home Depot shooting

"I come to work today with a heavy heart there is such bad news about law enforcement police officers around the country i was hopeful after hearing that the initial report of the dallas police officer died was incorrect last night i was just so hopeful that that these officers would survive as you may have heard there was a shooting yesterday at a home depot in the dallas area two young police officers as i understand that both of these officers are rookies one twenty seven year old ro ro helium santander and a twenty six year old female officer named crystal almeida both were critically injured and again there was initial report last night one of the officers had died that was incorrect but sadly tragically this officer lost his fight for his life today and this also is a day where not only is dallas and the dallas police department really from these officers being shot but the same thing happened in the state of maine a sixty two year old sheriff's deputies shot and killed today so let's give you these these grit this grim information this terrible terrible news about these these hero officers shot and killed in the line of do breaking now on the mike gallagher show multiple sources say that twenty seven year old row hill santander died at about eight ten this morning at texas health presbyterian hospital in dallas he is the ninth north texas officer to be killed in the line of duty in about two years the in the critically wounded officer is still fighting for her life she has been identified as twenty six year old crystal almaeda the third victim was identified as scott painter a home depot loss prevention officer the apparently in the story the details are still emerging the suspect twenty nine year old mondo louis louis juarez was arrested last night after a highspeed chase booked into the dallas county jail he faces of course she's being held in lieu of one one million dollars bail can't imagine any bonds set for an alleged cop killer i never understand these bail or these bond hearings i get that it's part of our our our process at our system my goodness the guy that mode.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"Right yes okay so one of the things that you hear jeff sessions say more than anything else on this sanctuary topic is that he wants sheriffs to hold immigrants in custody when they pass through the jail so say they are arrested for dui or they're arrested for you know domestic violence they're arrested for theft or whatever jeff sessions once they're criminal case is completed once they post bail or once they're sentenced and they serve their sentence he wants sheriffs to hold those immigrants in jail until ice can come and pick them up the president gets saying that like they're releasing thousands of people out of jail this is exactly what saying they're not reading them they're they're like he's getting out yeah exactly they don't like immigrants being released back into the community will here's why that happens because law enforcement police in sheriff's only have the constitutional authority to enforce criminal law and violating immigration law is a violation of civil code through a totally different thing they can't legally do what the trump is telling him to do know according to multiple federal circuit courts they cannot this could go to the supreme court has said some point it very likely will but as of right now in at several federal circuits it's considered an unlawful seizure for sheriff to hold someone in custody beyond the resolution of their criminal case with john trump and jeff sessions are trying to make police and sheriff's do is totally different than anything we've ever seen in this country before that doesn't mean that it's not gonna work but that just means there's no precedent for it and so it's a big ask one last question given the ongoing fights over sanctuary cities and policies around.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Uh chris long has joined his entire season salary to causes important to him a lot of players have taken meetings with congress about some of these issues with local law enforcement police firefighters etc in their communities um so i think a lot of people are very involved this feels like it could be a useful and really big gesture and you're right in the end what's most important is the causes getting support the the league and the players coming together and maybe it's just a matter of pushing for some of the things that they don't like to be fixed versus just walking away but this is in this is such a small group of players that are that are talking directly with the nfl right i'm surprised that the message could get lost among such a small group yeah yeah well here's what here's what reid said about jenkins ostracizing capper nick intimate feels like maybe that's the root of all of this as common auriol's oh no malcolm which is also concerned that hours of them malcolm keep calling out of the coalition own following the meeting in new york in the season for his reasons you'd others although he made he just to restore calm volatile yes wale the greenhouses dawn i guess the youth vote what are they call it the minister dodoma's hasn't and he took colin out right so i mean i think that while you and i are on the same page that in the end it's better for them to to put their bygones aside and figure out how to work together for this larger picture um there may be more to that that we don't know whether that's the nfl's treatment of copper capper nick and feeling like you're siding with the man your siding with the enemy if you go along with not involving him in this either.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Those players who are those fan that have a really good team but what they're going to hurt hurt him with is those casual fan fan at they're not really into it anyway and they also forgot either audio twice because the nfl nba it's a predominant african american up players are predominantly africanamerican but if you will cup in those fan at an nba game a major league baseball game i just the way it is it's ninety percent white and you know what i'd say i don't think those people are racist they're paying really good to go watch black professional athletes play i don't think the racist and it i i think the the nfl has permanently hurt their brand i think there's a lot of these people are gonna stay away that guy hard military supporters they've got the nfl by going to get them back any day food no i agree it's kinda like you you talk about knowing who your audiences it's kind of like if every nascar speedway around the country had fullsize posters of fidel castro at the date what the hell are you do it right america it would be like it would be like eubashing jeff wyler i mean it it it it it's just ridiculous they forgot either customer what and and and the other thing is that we all know gary japhet it's been beaten as it ground is the reality of it is is black on black crime is with the real problem in this country the real scourge in this country nobody wants to address or deal with that the politicians want to ignore that and they the nfl players aren't talking about opening up discussions about that no no no nonwhites it's all about law enforcement police violence you know this trumped up idea that police are out targeting young black men in the bottom line in these two topics you want to talk about this richard spencer guy is a nutjob with no fan no friend no allies nobody wants to areas speaking gets booed off the state this wilson this congress when wilson she tried equate race with what john kelly said yesterday don't laugh sacred thing at america which is a defeat soldier and it's all there they need a race war gary jeff they nearly a race war and they're trying to blame what the president you may trump supporters spencer we do everybody the guy the guy.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on KKAT

"Not worried about that i'm not not worried about because i don't care i by that i mean both sides are going to have their argument both sides are going to say these things both sides are going to argue it's become a black and white issue and you're not going to change people's minds so at some point in time you're anoca's there an argue with about well rich athletes shouldn't be allowed to do that what what right takers i for one i'm not a fan of rich spoiled athletes disrespecting the floor one really what is rich have to do with anything what try to be a jerk fact is i love my country i have a patriot element crazy oh you're you're i hear all these other hosea your great american compatriot your that's what i'm a human being i'm an american i love my country my son and i talked about it this weekend about what was going on and i said jack this both sides to the story some people in this country people of color feel that their life is it worth as much as white people's lives especially when it comes to law enforcement police officers and my son loves police like that's his jam is police he goes white at as well there are some bad police officers out there and a lot of people look at all police officers bad and that's not right but it's a bigger thing to that and we talked about it hearty seven isn't quite get why guy's not coming out or why a guy standing by himself in villain the waiver the by himself why is the other teams are why guys on their knees why guys sitting down and and so there you know y you're trying to have a discussion with somebody you know who seven it doesn't quite get it but as i saw people arguing yesterday's i posted a few things it's it's funny because it is a black and white white people feel as disrespectful and i and i had to take some stuff down yesterday because some people who claim to be openminded on.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on Here & Now

"Kelvin aley is the executive vice president of the international fund for animal welfare he knew ladder he joins us by skype from washington dc kelvin what a terrible us here's a turbo loss on a blow to conservation especially respect and injured wildlife in tanzania it is a turbe loss for conservation on for those on the frontlines walk in their lives in danger to protect these unomoz we'll tell us more about what he did because we knew he pioneered new tactics that led to the arrest of more than a thousand poachers dismantle larger a lot of the large trafficking organisations how what did he do i mean i think largely wind will be remembered for his pasture and his commitment on his dedication to the cause his love and respect for work and if communities who he is worked all his life to empower them as the frontline in the fight against poaching of highvalue species i think he held pioneered the whole focus of intelligence led law enforcement police making sure that you know we are bringing the technology on the knowledge from various fields of law enforcement to work to stop poaching he helped in some respects established from behind the scenes the in a work of the national transnational a serious crime on investigations unit in tanzania which is an inter agency made up of police wildlife costumes and other officials he helped work behind the scenes to provide them with the tools needed for them to investigate and prosecute wildlife crime while in what he seemed to do at in what you're saying is that he didn't just become the white man who came in you know to save the animals he empowered the people in the villages.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Did chomped goal too far that's the question now the media the american left liberals everywhere are now asking okay so on friday my friends as you know this president trump is a law and order president he wants to support not just our vets our military are first responders but also law enforcement police officers and so he went to long island new york to praise them for their crack down on ms thirteen gangbangers and as you know it's been a major problem in the united states ms thirteen in alliance with the drug cartels are now pouring into our cities there is heroin cocaine all kinds of rocket tearing rapes murderers the crime rate has gone through the roof and so in an effort now to crack down on this he has unleashed a war on ms third team and the police in new york have done a phenomenal job they have been arresting countless gang leaders an ms thirteen drug dealers and so visiting them and congratulating them on their phenomenal police work trump in the middle of his speech i think to me i i heard it i thought it was hilarious i'll be honest with you why because you're you of a president to serious and supposed to be serious and then just out of the blue corrects a joke it's just funding and so he told these police officers well you know when you were arrest the serial killer and many of these ms thirteen gangbangers are serial killers no go to nice roll it brick and when you see these towns and when you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon you just see him thrown in rough i said please don't be too nice like when you guys put somebody in the car and you're protecting their head you know that what you put the hand of like they'll hit their head and they've just kill somebody donate dead i said you could take the hand away okay.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Forty over we have no jurisdiction this is your jurisdiction we've got a guy who may have knowingly had ten dead people in the back of his trucker eight turned out to be ten might have knowingly had seventy two two hundred illegal aliens aback of his truck it's not up to us to investigate the this we got help for those who might have died otherwise now the case is yours and this guy faces serious charges why on earth would they be attacking you for doing what they've been telling you they wanted you to do it's weird you well you know he or two uh i have always said and you can you know that he'd been my position on this this thing we disagree on it at i don't believe that local law enforcement police officers should be enforcing federal immigration law area right um now and and the next question i always get when i say that is we'll keep you ever europe ever call i and my answer has always in forever it yet we called over the human trafficking case that we that we may up on what we may be investigating and and so we we come across a human trapped in case i do all we are able to do it well we did which should call i and and then it comes the criticism of uh as for my whole what what's the alternative chief would what do they want you to do pretender weren't a dead people in the back of a trailer pretend a guy wasn't driving the truck pretend this is possibly involved involving human smuggling to the tune of a million dollars per truck load what would they have you do i don't know but but the bottom line here is that bed homeland security an ice boy entertaining to but ice falls under the umbrella homeland security correct but i agent must interview the victims of that crime bright white mccain investigated so you know and and and and there's a there's a rocket a heart play here that the police were caught between because by calling i gotta talk the victims and.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Or go the and all of us would have the same thought process to you stay do you run to you leave well once more we she law enforcement police officers step into the breach returned fire and take down the bad guy you're know the big bad mean police who are constantly being denigrated who are constantly scrutinized who are constantly under attack by people who don't like the police very much these are the guys who have the guts to do it most of us could never do so all of us should be able to go to bed tonight thanking god for the police we would all do well to remember that and as you probably know there's a project that is very special to me gallagher's army the fallen officer fund the mike gallagher show charitable founded asian we raise money for the families of police officers who have been killed in the line of duty our mission is to get financial assistance into the hands of the surviving family members as quickly as we can and today we've raised a couple of million dollars or more for a number of families who who have lost a loved one in the line of duty in law enforcement you wanna honor police today i've got the perfect way for you to do it because i am very proud of the families who we've been able to assist over the last few years the letters i have received from widows from sons daughters moms dads of fallen officers shares will be with me in my heart for the rest of my life and that's because of you and your contributions if you wanna make a donation right now to the fallen officer fund i invite you to do so all you have to do is go to gallaghers army dot com to make a secure online donation gallagher's army dot com you'll also be 'evil.

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"enforcement police" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"enforcement police" Discussed on WLOB

"Or go the at all of us would have the same thought process do you stage you run do you leave well once more we she law enforcement police officers stepped into the breach returned fire and take down the bad guy you know the big dad mean police who are constantly being denigrated who are constantly scrutinized who are constantly under attack by people who don't like the police very much these are the guys who have the guts to do it most of us could never do show all of us should be able to go to bed tonight thanking god for the police we would all do well to remember that and as you probably know there's a project it is very special to me gallagher's army the fallen officer fund the mike gallagher show charitable found dacian we raise money for the families of police officers who have been killed in the line of duty our mission is to get financial assistance into the hands of the surviving family members as quickly as we can and today we've raised a couple of million dollars or more for a number of families who i have lost a loved one in the line of duty in law enforcement you want honor police today i've got the perfect way for you to do it because i am very proud of the families who we've been able to assist over the last few years the letters i receive from widows from sons daughters moms dads of fallen officers i will be with me in my heart for the rest of my life and that's because of you and your contributions if you wanna make a donation right now to the followed officer fund i invite you to do so all you have to do is go to gallaghers army dot com to make a secure online donation gallagher's army dot com you'll also be abel to by.

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