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"five arrests" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And guests by checking for proof of vaccination in compliance with city law, and that's the most important thing, right? According to The New York Times, The women from Texas are facing churches of misdemeanor assault and criminal mischief. I'm sure they're out on like without bail, and they're beating up another hostess today, because because that's what the Democrats do so So and it's true. Actually, police said that three of the women were released after being issued desk appearance tickets for assault. That means no bail should I was kidding, and then the next sentences they were released without Bill. The physical dispute sparked outrage across New York City's hospitality sector as the city beginning, forcing vaccination proof requirements. This week for Jim's entertainment venues and dine in restaurants. I can tell you one thing. And that is that when I leave here, I'm going to the grocery store and I'm getting Italian sausage and some tomato sauce. And tonight I'm making pasta with Italian sausage and some crunchy bread, some crisp bread going to put some bread and they have. I'm getting Italian food tonight because of this story. That's what I'm telling you. If this country doesn't give us what we want. Then we will burn down this system and replace it. There's hawk his New York because you know they can say whatever they want, and then it's not as if this is an empty threat. They've been burning cities for a couple of years now and looting and how many thousands of businesses have been burned out by Democrats. Black Lives matter Terrorist group Extortionist group Racist group and Antifa, of course and black lives matter anti nuclear family and anti Israel. They came up. They've scrubbed their websites of this, but when they were when they launched they came out because it's Marxism. Marxism is anti nuclear family. The communist Manifesto is anti nuclear family. Black lives matter is run by Marxist. What's going on in America today is a Democrat party owned and operated Marxist revolution. That's that's what's going on here. I just want black liberation and black sovereignity. Thank you very much necessary, Sovereign Angie, by any means necessary. That's sovereignty combined with serenity, I think, uh, serene Sovereignty is what's got so now they're going to protest Carmine because Carmine says the bad guy, not the five women in the five arrests and the assault on the hostess, maitre d. None of that. And how about the missing black girls in Washington Police are searching. We looked up the police searches. Here's another funny story. The headline business Insider quote. I can't think of anything and quote Obama told President Trump During the transition. President Trump asked him what he thought His biggest mistake was as president because as the incoming president, he wanted some advice, and Barack Obama said mistakes. I can't think of anything. I can't think of anything assassinating American citizens overseas without due process, ramping up in Afghanistan with tens of thousands of troops to announce that and more casualties than any time in the years to announce that you were going to be dialing it back down, and no time at all. Let me see, uh, racially polarizing the country starting the war on police that led to a series of mass murders and suicide attacks against the police. Which has in turn led to a spike in crime, which has disproportionately impacted people of color across the country in particular homicides, not a thing. Yeah, but, um, President Trump asked him during the transition and new book reveals they reveal that President Trump asked him. Well, what was your biggest mistake? And he said, I can't think of anything is that I don't know. Mistakes turn, you know, maybe that he should have said that he didn't slow the rise of the ocean as he had up. Let's go to the Let's go to the border. Um Alexander Mayorkas, Alejandro, my darkest Excuse me, Michael Ca if you're speaking Spanish, the DHS secretary. He's going to travel to the border today because we've got 15,000 people, including about 8000, Haitians living under one bridge and one Texas town Because of Biden and his administration, you are experiencing a challenging situation. We are surging resource is and we have a multi strong of Approach to this. We are moving people, as has been noted. Very rapidly to other processing centres to ensure their safety and security. We have sent a very clear message early on in light of the fact that we are in the midst of a pandemic. That the border is not open, and people should not take the perilous journey here. We are returning people to other countries. That was the longest 36 seconds of my life. What a he redefines tedium. Tedium, tedium, his and everything he said. Pretty much was a lie. But he was sitting there with Jake Tapper, I believe on CNN. Oh, Joey, Sitting with Jim Acosta, I'm sorry. Another Democrat party, she'll Jim Acosta fraud Ken Paxton, on the other hand as the attorney general, the state of Texas and he knows what's going on. They should really break away from the Republic. That is not the message, they said from Day one, president, Biden said, You're welcome to come here. We will not deport you. And that message was sent loud and clear. And Haitians have been given given special protection. They're not being deported. The ones that are already here and so that the administration is even told them. You know the ones that are here. We're not deporting, so that message has gotten through. And that's why you see that picture on the border with thousands of people waiting to get in under a bridge. Attorney General Ken Paxton, There is a reason that they're the Haitians are here. He invited him by giving them that special protection. And that message got sent through their community, and that's why you saw somebody show up so quickly, And that's the type of message he's been sending since day one of his administration that is a fact Jack, the attorney general of Texas, I would have to say, I have never seen it. This bet. He's never seen it this bad and all of his years. And then there's a nice lady who lives along the border. Her name is Alison Anderson. Her husband is actually a border Patrol agent. But she's lived along the border for years and years, and she was asked this morning about what she's seeing. I would say that it's it's it's beyond bad..
"five arrests" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"You do you and from the access Wdun Hardy Chevrolet newsroom on be Trey Williams. Athens Police continue to search for a man accused of shooting seven people, Investigators say Pharrell Williams allegedly opened fire during a fight in downtown Athens early Sunday morning. None of the injuries thought to be life threatening. Williams is considered armed and dangerous, according to police. Labor Day weekend a chance not just to enjoy a three day weekend but also to soak up some of the last minutes of summer fun with an increase of boaters on Lake Lanier. Often that means a rise in boating accidents. But Wdun Kimberly Sizemore says it's been a quiet weekend on linear so far, Department of Natural Resources has already released some numbers from the holiday weekend. The report reveals five arrests unlikely near so far. All five of those were charged with boating under the influence. Those numbers are through yesterday at eight p.m.. The final report for the whole weekend will be released later today. According to the report. There were no major accidents in our area, but there were two drownings. A just southeast of Atlanta. A drowning occurred on the A Cockney River on Saturday and another on like, Oh, Coney yesterday. And gas prices in Georgia, up three cents over the past week, bringing today's average 2 to 98 a gallon. Triple A says the prices up any higher than a month ago and 94 cents higher than this time last year. There's more news and access W D US. Let's check the Labor Day access WDUN forecasts. We do have a.
"five arrests" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"The Taliban to other is holding people them showed hostage, up the at U. the S hospital, official tells. suffering Fox from is still gunshot trying to confirm wounds, who's on board all Those reported planes, in stable more condition. than half a million homes and businesses 21 still year on old a power suspect in Louisiana remains every week after on Hurricane the run. Ida Also hit the storms. in Remnants Athens also over made a mess the weekend. in A the baby Northeast boy with flooding kidnapped and tornadoes, during a car or at least theft $50 GNN million. is Mitch Evans says the baby was found safe and Amber alert was issued late Friday night for the nine month old boy who was taken away in a white 2020 Nissan Ultima that was left on a driveway on a live oak drive. Saint Griffin Jones was found safe along with the vehicle on Saturday morning, some 12 hours after the incident occurred, according to Athens Clarke County police who did not say where or how. Wdun news time almost seven Oh four Labor Day weekend, of course, a chance not just to enjoy a three day weekend, but maybe soak up some of the last summer fun. A lot of folks visiting Lake Linear. Wdun, Kimberly Sizemore says, Really, it's been a safe weekend. So far, Department of Natural Resources has already released some numbers from the holiday weekend. The report reveals five arrests. Unlike linear, so far, all five of those were charged with boating under the influence. Those numbers are through yesterday at eight p.m.. The final report for the whole weekend will be released later today. According to the report. There were no major accidents in our area. But there were two drownings just southeast of Atlanta. A drowning occurred on the A Cockney River on Saturday and another on like, Oh, Coney Yesterday, of course, like Linear is a large tourist attraction. But just how much money does it actually bring to the.
"five arrests" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Of cases. And you're exactly right to say that what this does is it results in a lot of these repeat offenders ending up right back on the streets shortly after they're arrested before they a chance to cool off and before there can be any real deterrent effect. I'm tied to their and one of the you know really important. Principles in the research on deterrence is the clarity principle which basically said that deterrence is going to be most likely when someone is not just certain to be caught but the punishment is going to be immediate and so trial detention after an arrest is one of the most immediate thing is that any offender is going to feel and so as we cut into that actually cutting into one of the most powerful deterrent tool that we have in yet familiar with the data. Out of houston. But i can tell you that in new york city if you look at two thousand nineteen twenty just the period from january to september of those two years you see almost twenty eight percent increase in the percentage of violent felony arrests constituted by those who were out on bail at the time of the crime We saw very similar research coming out of chicago done by polka so You know that is that people police tend to do a pretty good job of identifying the people who are most likely to be involved in the most serious kinds of crime. We notice because every time we see you know a gruesome story about a homicide or shooting Whether there's an arrest made it is you know the. You're you're almost always surprised by the number of prior arrests Right hold on. I've got a quick break more with rafael. Mcguire coming the michael berry. Show dairy sick if you were talking to. While i had to cut him off at the end of the last segment but you on a very important point and i hate. That are clock was working against us. I want you to make that point again. if you would about how. We're often shocked. I'm not anymore but but folks are often shocked that when someone commits a gruesome crime were shocked to know that they have a series of crimes that they've committed in the past. I think there's two types of people there's violent criminals and there's everybody else and if you don't lock these people away when you catch them and convict them then they're just going to do it again and again. We have a high profile case just in the news today guiding gerald wayne williams. And he's leaving an astros game. We'll actually he's driving along. A guy named david castro along with his family is leaving an astros game and gerald wayne williams shoots up the truck that this that this guy along with his family are leaving then goes in and burns his his his Vehicle up and finally we've caught him in. It's a brutal brutal case that they never thought they would they would solve but they did and it turns out that he has an aggravated robbery in the past where they beat this woman Who was a manager of a family dollar store. Here's a guy who's a repeat offender. Bad guy thug and of course he's going to kill somebody because that's what these guys do. But i interrupted your point. I wanted you to to make that one. I think that's very important. Yeah i i think you kinda of the head regular people tend to you. Know to to be shocked. When they read the criminal histories of these people were discovered to have been involved in really gruesome crimes And you know frankly they. They shouldn't be familiar with the data on this. I mean this is something that has been true for a really really long time. Very small percentage of our population commits a very large percentage of our most serious violent crime. You know it's it's people who are just they have for whatever reason a level of comfort with serious miles that most people don't have And you know just nationally there was. There was a study of the bureau of justice statistics from nineteen ninety. Two thousand two and they looked at people who are actually convicted of violent felonies in the seventy five largest counties across the country and even back then as of two thousand to about thirty six percent of all of these convicts were either on parole probation or bail at the time that they committed their offense fences if you look at the average release date prisoner before they will have ever gone to prison for the first time. They have an average of more than ten prior arrests almost five prior convictions. The idea that bridges systematically denying people second chances is is a complete falsehood. But what happens is when you look at these cases and you see the prior criminal histories but that tells you. The police do a really good job of focusing their resources on the people most likely to be involved in the most serious crimes. What's happening. what's happening more and more as a lot of these reforms. Come in to be. Is that the rest of the criminal justice system more. Broadly is failing to do. Its part to hold these offenders accountable and that something that has to change right. You can't just refund police and hope to get crime numbers back to where they were at a piece in the new york. Post making this argument this morning. It takes much more than that. The the the analogy i draw the peace. You can have a quarterback with fantastic wide receivers if you've a porous offensive line. There's only so much that that quarterback can do and that's the same. The same is true for police. Police need prosecutors lawmakers You know parole board the touch all be on the same page when those groups are working at cross purposes Crime is going to go up. And that's exactly what we have now. And you mentioned that one case houston another one. That really shocked me. That that that i mentioned in my post pizzas morning. It was as the carrier guest on or a case. Gaston this was a guy who's alleged to his Murdered his his girlfriend shot There one year old child in the process. He had seven open bonds according to local news reports houston. I think we'd regular people read these stories. I think they intuitively understand that these are people who should not have been on the street. They tend to ask me all the time. I get questions on twitter. Why on earth would someone would twelve or twenty five arrest. Be out in the street. And i tried to tell them that you have to understand. This is quite common and what needs to happen is that we have to reverse the over correction. That has occurred over the last decade right. It is true over the course of the nineteen nineties and early two thousands. there was a huge uptick in in penalties. For even meyer crimes and there is an extent to which we overcorrected in the direction of over punitive measures I can accept that. And and i can accept the room for reform at the margins. Would i cannot accept. Is that having someone on the street. Who has twenty or ten prior arrests as a good thing for the community who are going to be suffering the brunt of this. And let's be clear about. This is not an american problem so to speak doesn't say problem. That is hyper concentrated very particular communities across the country every year about two percent. Us county see about fifty one percent of us murders about sixty percent of the us counties. Don't see a single murder at all. I read a statistic that you put up that said okay. We are between two thousand nine and two thousand nineteen. The country's imprisonment rate has declined seventeen percent and arrests declined by more than twenty five percent going for more than thirteen point. Six million to just over ten million. Now while i think we've criminalized too many things and then been unable to prior prioritize violent crimes which most people really care about. I also know that if you at those numbers in the aggregate that's up until two thousand nineteen. I bet after. George floyd last year. We probably have less imprisonment because many like in in in harris county mike county. The courts aren't even hearing cases. And secondly the officers are there fewer officers on the street and they're scared to death to arrest somebody particularly minority because they might have to engage the person and they fight back and then you lose your job and ended up in court. I'll bet these numbers are even.
"five arrests" Discussed on Weird AF News
"Over the weekend candles. Just just magic customers being in there just smelling all the stuff that's in there is everything smells so lovely for the most part. Everything smells lovely. It's a place where all you do is inhale like strongly. And then there's a point where you're just inhaling bear. Mace really just candle. Smells like what is it was says it says meant but it doesn't smell like meant it. Smells like poison really poised. Oh all around me smells like poison. I'm i'm about to pass out from. I'm sorry people were injured. This is not something to laugh amid. Bear mason about them bodyworks. I never thought. I'd see the day it says here about fifteen of the maze. Victims were employees of the bathroom body. Works at the miami. International mall seems too. Many employees in this bath and butter is fifteen. We need fifteen employees in a bath and body was to you need to you. Need one person to work the register and another person to tell people. Don't put that in their mouths. There's something that's fifteen employees with the bad than buddy. What's going on over there. Thirty people in their fifteen employees. This a little overkill with your hiring process bath and body works. I thought there was a worker shortage in this country. Apparently not i found all the workers guys all the employees. They're being monopolized by bath and body works. Apparently so the man who they haven't found yet is potentially facing thirty to thirty five felonies in the candle caper escape. They call it a caper. According to the reports the man was seen leaving the mall in a taxi taxi at the very old school him very strange choice of weapon as well at the bear. Mace useful useful though. Because you could cover. A large area with the burmese just spread into a room. Next thing you know everybody in the room is is huffing and puffing and choking and then you can you can make a getaway with your goods your candles and your what they sell a bath and body works your your body sprays and your your lavender conditioner and body wash all that good stuff and if you have any information about this bear maze band. Please contact in miami please. Florida man was arrested for pleasure himself with pickle in public. A florida man was arrested after the deputies. Found him using a pickle outside of a private residence Wearing nothing below the waist. of course. because that's how you pleasure yourself you wear nothing below the waist you take off your below. The waist attire. Very common in florida do such in public next bus stops. Outside of chick fillets people are really just going around naked below the waist and the state of florida. It's probably the capital of public below the waist nakedness at imagine so apparently deputies were dispatched on a suspicious person. Call is one way to put it. I'd like to report a suspicious person. But that's not all when responding the deputies encountered forty-seven-year-old eric individ- laying flat on his back with no pants or undies and on a private property. The deputy said that this fellow eric quote had his penis in one hand and a large uneaten pickle in the other son eaten. They want you to know. Why was it uneaten well. Because he was using it for something. Something else elaborating a bit further. The deputy reported that eric was actually penetrating his rectum with the uneaten pickle while he masturbate wealthy masturbated on. Someone's property imagine walking out. You do it and get the mail and you see a guy. Pleasure himself with a pickle on the ground on the comfortable hot florida concrete. Ooh that's the place you really wanna get down with yourself. Where do you like to pleasure. Usa oh i got a place man. I got a place. Have you ever been on the hot florida concrete in july. Ooh ooh take your pants off and lay on that. It's a good time. You're gonna feel you're to feel it immediately. According to arrest records. Eric has been arrested in hillsborough county fifty eight times dating back to august of nineteen ninety five arrested. Fifty eight times is still on the street. Still able to go to a store like a regular citizen and purchase pickle. This astounds me. That people can be arrested. Sixty times and still be out there just meandering among the rest of us fifty eight times. This isn't even that much in. The state of florida is people that have been arrested over one hundred times still out there just mingling with the rest of us at bus stops seven elevens everywhere. You go there at city council meetings. They're they're purchasing pickles and making sweet love to them out in public. Sometimes on your property could types. If you get a chance you google this and check out the photo of this pickle pleaser. He's got up eric. Scott how do i say this glitter in his eyebrows. Get log glitter just in the eyebrows. Kind of looks like george clooney a little bit bald head and glittery eyebrows see. Looks like he would enjoy pickle by himself on the concrete and the the glittery eyebrows pickled pleaser. He's known as in the neighborhood and he probably should get a deal with a pickle company at imagine. Pickles really are in the news anymore. Who's eaten pickles. I mean. I made some homemade pickles. Recently they were tremendous. I'd be shocked if i walked out into my kitchen. And a glittery eyebrow. Mail was pleasure himself with the pickles that i made in my my homemade pickles. Pickles like not not really a thing so maybe vlasic could get on. And you gotta sponsor here for eric and glittery eyebrows pleasing himself with pickles of elastic. This make sense okay. I should.
"five arrests" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"First quarter of game five when the sun's just were kind of run away with it you know i. It definitely looked like they could run away with the the whole series. And then milwaukee just kinda gutted their way back in. I it really is like the question of you know. They have one person. Who's unstoppable as the score on phoenix and the bucks have three at any given time and they all three of them working on and kind of watching devon in game five his i felt like maybe his distribution was not as good as it could have been. Nfl like he was a the comparisons to kobe. Young koby may be appropriate of you may want to pass it. I know you've got the skills to pay the bills. But maybe this is. These are the heartaches you have to learn to begin to say like either times when i can do it in time to you know. Dish the ball on. Yeah just makes them easier to defend a certain. If you know this like i mean that's how they stole it from him at the end 'cause they knew he was going to try and get a shot up american academy of pediatrics. What are they saying. What are those assholes saying. They're saying a if you're over age to you need a mask the fuck. That's that's their new. Take the just sort of generally what they are saying. You know Just don't don't think that You know at just with all these various going around and vaccination rates that they are just don't chance it protect yourself this it's not. It's it's not worth it but yeah it's it's bad. It's definitely a bit of a sort of a quick quick check of where we are because you know schools are about to open and things like that. And they're saying regardless of vaccination status when the if if we're going full reopening like we should be doing this. So yeah yeah. Geraldo is trending which is always an adventure. Every trending was. What's new with geraldo. been on this. You know he. He's recently been showing that he he definitely agrees with that. A know certain elements of the he agrees that the pandemic is deadly and we need to protect ourselves and the way to do that is with being vaccinated and also understanding the threat that unvaccinated people pose to just the general public safety and he just tweeted. This in the street just blew up. Because everyone's like. I'm agreeing with geraldo normal. He's on fox saying other nonsense hearing crazy. Talk on cable. Tv right now about folks having the constitutional right not to get vaccinated. Yes they may be dopey but they do have that right. We have rights too to deny the unvaccinated access to our home school or business. And like right it you know. Don't i got rates works in a few different directions Shout out to geraldo That's gonna be probably the only time we ever say that. I'm wondering which cable tv channels. He's hearing that Crazy talk on. 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Chance on the iheartradio app apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast and we're back and there have been there's a follow up to The story we covered after england's heartbreaking loss in penalty kicks the english soccer team or soccer. Whatever was saying you need to. I'm just going to let you take this miles. Did you kill it. At the soccer team went over there. Like do something about this. Yeah the english. Faa obviously was imploring the government and law enforcement to do something about all this racial abuse was being hurled at black players like jaden sancho. Kyle soccer marcus rochford. And they're so far there have been five arrests Where they have to like just sort of connect the dots back to real people. There's like one kid who got like the like god. His scholarship taken away for like the verbal. Racial insults being hurled online as well so it looks like they're they're they've got something going it just seems like it's like the us five like i feel like you'd have to rest millions of people like you're right if we're going there so i don i mean i hope it's effective. I guess maybe these people are being having examples. Being made out of them right her. But should it's more than you'll see in this country. Yeah so that's that's interesting to see at the various they're like okay. Well we need to address this in some way whether it's like banning people for life from attending matches or whatever but just to sort of draw a line and say you cannot do this at all is unacceptable but you know the investigations continue. I'm sure the libertarian. And right wing people will be totally reasonable response to this news and even just like other people just like how effective is that. The can you is that the solution is like trying to divert those resources like fine people out in the world. But i guess that would make someone think twice. If you're in england on you wanna get racist on twitter. Hey and if and if you wanna keep getting racist on twitter there's there's plenty of other countries. That won't do anything about it for you to go kelvin. Johnson is trending who is not a household name This is part of our olympic coverage. By the way we're we're now Have a whole section for So he is a player on the san antonio spurs Who the coach of the usa basketball team is gregg. Popovich whose coach of the san antonio spurs. He basically just pulled one of his. like kinda. You know workman like you know. Third best player on a mediocre team But who he was like. This dude is kinda what we need for for the team Even though they have like kevin durant and Dame lillard in the back court and so he just pulled in johnson and they went from losing to nigeria and australia beating spain. Who's like usually the other powerhouse. Yeah so kinda you know. You gotta treat a leg team and Sometimes.
"five arrests" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A false narrative that this country is inherently racist, that communism is some sort of utopia and that the voter integrity laws are racist against black people. And the fact that the White House continues to talk about it, and that the attorney General Merrick Garland, is suing the state of Georgia over this. The voter integrity laws, which are basically all you have to do they're asking for is to present an I D. So the right person actually votes is mind boggling to me. Take a listen to sake, which she says about the voting law number seven. He'll lay out the moral case for why denying the right to vote is a form of suppression because I didn't I didn't start it up. Biden is going to talk about this, by the way tomorrow. He's going to have this big speech, which she announced. She said that Biden wanted to do himself Who else would do the speech? He wanted to do it himself. She almost said We were surprised We didn't think he could, You know, do it past his bedtime, er, his nap time. So again. Sorry, So that's sake. She's talking about Biden and the voter integrity laws against seven. He'll lay out the moral case for why denying the right to vote as a form of depression. In a form of silencing hell call out the greatest irony of the big lie is that no election in our history has met such a high standard with over 80 judges, including those appointed by his predecessor, throwing out all challenges. He'll also decry efforts just So 80 judges. Why was it thrown out? Because they didn't actually look and they they said they didn't have jurisdiction. Am I right or wrong? When we're talking about 80 judges? It's not that the judges looked at the voter. The voter, Uh, you know, and to determine there was no fraud. They said we don't have jurisdiction here. Okay, so keep it going the right to vote as authoritarian and anti American, and he will highlight The work of the administration against this the necessity of passing the for the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and how we need to work together with civil rights organizations to build as broad a turnout and voter education system to overcome. The worst challenge to our democracy since the Civil War. What? Okay, This is a life of beginning and 11th. Of all the law in Georgia is much more open and liberal than the current laws in Delaware in New York's of Joe Biden thinks this is an attack on democracy. Then he has been taking partner systematic attack on democracy in Delaware. What this is doing is preserving the right to vote. Whether or not there was fraud. The last election. It's almost irrelevant to this argument because to me when you're sending out this many ballots, and that's subject to supervision, you're inviting it. It could be Republicans do it. Democrats, You know that's politics being what it is. There's always gonna be people trying to abuse the system. That's why New York is required that to get an absentee about you have to give a reason why you can't vote. And why you have to show who you are when you register to vote. I mean, this is this common If you really value the right to vote, you want to make sure that people who are but this is the biggest threat against democracy since the Civil War. I think she's the greatest argument against common sense and against, uh, against you have free thought This is nonsense, and that that's why the country is being divided to really think that law is being adopted in Georgia, which are more open than New York and Delaware is the greatest threat to this country since the Civil War. Where's she been? I mean, where has she been? She must be living in some silos. Some West left wing. Silo adventure wackos. Well, like I said, it's the government and the media. So take a listen to this. This is an MSNBC analyst Dina Bodhgaya. My saying is he's also a radio host. And he he says that at this point, I think they're just trying to say Trump's name because they know it helps with their ratings because they're so far down in the toilet. But if you notice today on Twitter arrests, Trump was trending and it's been trending all day long. How is that? Okay? Meanwhile, Trump still can't even get on the platform and so many other people that I know got their accounts cancelled. Simply by talking about hydroxy Clark chloroquine or anything else, And you even have the co inventor of the M R N a technology for the vaccine. He got banned from Google. He got banned from Lincoln. And you you had JAMA an article, The journal American Medical Association, talking about how having masks on kids can be harmful to high of Carbon dioxide levels in Germany, and that got bands a JAMA article got bands. But listen to this guy, MSNBC analyst Talking about Trump number eight Donald Trump. Radicalized people like an al Qaida recruiter, Donald Trump sent them there to attack the capital to stop the steal as he put it, or to stop the certification of the votes. As we put it, we need Democrats in one voice the same way the right talks about critical race theory. Talk about saving our democracy. Save our democracy meeting reforming the filibuster, meaning perhaps not funding red states with infrastructure if they're going to make it harder to vote. I know that sounds unlike Democrats, but we got to play hardball here, and I think Democrats calling in one voice for Donald Trump to be criminally prosecuted. It is not partisan. The call for a terrorist to be brought to justice. This sounds like a third world dictatorship and that I think is where their mentality is going. We want to talk about people who want to violate democracy. How about in chief? How about black lives matter when they were burning down the United States a year ago? What happened here in Manhattan? Uh, Police departments being physically attacked city halls almost being overrun. The sanctuary is being set up where criminals could run wild. That is a great threat to democracy, and you have again hundreds of people burning out businesses attacking innocent people. Shooting, killing people. And and so what's the answer? The Democrats Kamala Harris wants to post bail for those who were rioting and demonstrating. So this to me is a disgrace. And once we start hitting this thing of locking up opponents again, maybe that's why they think commented. Communism is a paradise because that's what is on in their paradise all the time. You lock up your enemies. And I think one of the biggest Racists we have now in the country are a lot of these Democratic leaders like Mayor, lightweight notice. I don't call her Lightfoot lightweight. She does not care that 63 people were shot in Chicago over this weekend alone, among them a 20 month old that was sitting in his car seat. Another was an eight year old girl sitting on her couch in her living room, stray bullets, and she wants to say that crime is down. And then this is a B E T news correspondent. His name is Mark Hill. He's also a Temple University professor. He in media studies of all places. Listen to what he says. This is so outrageous. This guy needs to lose his job on B E T News and a Temple university number 11. Do you? I mean, do you believe that? Do you believe all white people are inherently racist? So I don't know if you're backing me into a corner of that question, But yes, I do. Yes, I do. He believes all white people are racist. This is Mark Hill, A B E. T news correspondent, Temple University professor saying white. All white people are racist. Suppose you are. I said, we think some black people are racist. That would be consideration right? Right. But he can say all white people are race. This is absolutely Saturday and then unfortunately, become part of the regular dialogues. It would take it that we have to take this seriously because they become a threat a real threat to do. That's a threat to democracy, that that type of talk. I mean that that's like a Ku Klux Klan and reverse. Absolutely. And we had here in New York, A 13 year old was shot execution style. It looked like he was possibly a gang member. I'm hearing through different NYPD sources, five arrests that, uh, he had five arrests. Five previous arrests a 13 year old. That's the real epidemic that is spreading across the country. These democratic cities that have this turnstile type of justice that are allowing the criminals should just go out on the streets that we have five 1000 open gun cases here in New York City, with 90 something percent of those suspects out on the streets. They got those disappearance tickets. That's the real. That's the real epidemic, not white supremacy. Covid..
"five arrests" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
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"five arrests" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Racism is specifically anti black racism by the way because that according to the left is the only real racism that there is. There's no such thing as anti white racism anti black. Racism is the cause of all the problems in chicago so says chicago mayor lori lightfoot who declared on thursday that at the systemic racism in chicago is a public health crisis. The city needs to divert ten million dollars in grants from the cdc grants that were meant to fight corona virus to establish quote healthy. Chicago equity sounds quote at almost every point in our city's history. Sadly racism has taken a devastating toll on the public health and wellbeing of our residents of color. Particularly those who are black. Chicago has a lot of problems over the past year during corona virus during the lockdown. So i should say shootings and murders are up. Fifty percent fifty percent five zero racism right. It's all white racists going out and hunting down poor innocent black men. It's all trump supporting white men in maga- hats yelling it's mega country on the south side of chicago. Well poor old jussie smollet just tries to eat his subway salad right. Is that what it is. Well it's it is a lot like that in that those two alleged white trump supporters were giant nigerian guys who were hired by smell at himself if you look at the crime statistics in chicago. What percentage of the victims are black. Seventy five percent. Okay that's pretty bad. Seventy five percent of the victims are black. So what seventy five percent of the perpetrators are white. No turns out when you look at the killers. Seventy one point three percent are black so almost say a little bit less so do white people make up the rest of that. No of the victims eighteen point nine percent are hispanic the killers twenty four point. Six percent are hispanic. That's that's interesting. That's kind of making up for the other numbers. And then how about white people of the victims four point six percent or white of the killers three point five percent are white so significantly less likely to be a killer than to be killed if you are white in chicago. A racism has nothing to do with it. Unless all of these black murderers or anti-black racists these hispanic murderers or anti hispanic racists probably not. Racism is as we've said before on this show just a stand in for very shallow thinking progressives for secularists to be able to make sense of the fact of sin we know that sinn pervades the world we knew original sin is not some untested theory. It is just an observable fact. We are broken. We all fall short of the glory of god. We all do bad stuff and because we all do bad stuff. There's a lot of bad stuff in the world but we can't make sense of that anymore. So the only evil that we can ever talk about is racism. Even though there's just no it's insane it's insane to say that chicago's problems are because of racism that seventy two percent of killer one point three percent of killers in chicago or are black because of what because of secret self. Aiding racism doesn't make sense. It's not just chicago. The what this is leading to is a very perverse system of injustice by the imaginary problem of systemic racism. The completely made up the problem. Systemic racism don't forget the only legal racism in this country is against whites and asians in university admissions. It's called affirmative action. There are other things that come out of that other sort of grants and other legal issues but it all goes in that direction it does not nago in the other direction but because we have this bizarre distortion of reality this misperception we have greater injustice. So for instance during the blm riots of twenty twenty. Many people were caught on video. There's cameras all over the place in this society. They were caught on video looting. Rioting burning things to the ground hurting people killing people and now they're getting off the hook if you were a blm luder not if you're a conservative guy. If you're a blm luder you get off the hook. According to the data one hundred eighteen arrests were made in the bronx during the worst of the looting in early june. You know the mostly peaceful looting. Ju justice for george. We're gonna go steal some puma sneakers nike. I dunno hundred eighteen arrests since that time the bronx district attorney and the courts have dismissed most of the cases. Just dismiss them. You bus down some window. You go and steal some guy's property odds are you're gonna get off the hook. Seventy three cases completely dismissed. Eighteen cases remain open nineteen convictions but not nineteen convictions. For the crimes they actually committed nineteen convictions for lesser crimes. Like trespassing which includes no jail time. Not just in the bronx manhattan. There were four hundred eighty five arrests during the blm riots specifically on charges of looting of those cases. Or i suppose not for charge. They didn't charge them. So this was arrests for looting. Two hundred twenty two of these cases of the forty five were dropped just completely dropped. Seventy three resulted in convictions. Again for lesser counts like trespassing with no jail time and other forty cases involved juveniles. They were not really dealt with. They were sent to family court and then one hundred twenty eight cases remain open one hundred twenty eight of forty five even have the chance of remaining open..
"five arrests" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"I was reading this article about the hooters and customers. Were still coming in. Ac was completely out. Ac system wasn't at the power was out the ac Air conditioning units were out. So this is funny because this is what we used to do with the rc. She says or they say for the past month. This is channel touquet. Pr reporting employees said management told them apart needed to fix the unit wasn't in stock prompting staff to take turns to keep cool and i knew exactly what was going to be next carly pace and employees says to keep cool. We would go into the ice cooler that way. We can stay cool throughout our shift instead of staying miserably hot in the front so people can see us when we opened the rc. See we only had the outdoor area. When have the indoor so we didn't have air conditioning because probably one hundred thousand dollars of air conditioning that you gotta put into to cool a space. That big so. We couldn't. We couldn't afford to do that. Obviously and i've seen what they wear and so we but we had there was an old Freezer forget what they call what they call that but anyway there was an old freezer that that they'd kept the drinks in and so when i was given people a tour i would take them back through this where the stage is going to be. This is where you know. The shows will be going on outside. But i'd take them back there and it would be so blisteringly hot and mind you. It's this hot and you got your jeans on in your boots on and your starched western shirt on your really really hot. And what's funny is people would say people say to me now. Why those days you don't remember walking around being drenched. You have fond memories but you don't remember being anyway as we were walking around we get to that cooler. I'd have one person stand outside so we didn't somehow get locked inside and we'd stand inside and talk for fifteen twenty minutes and you could just feel countenance would change as you would cool down man. I identify ladies. I get it. I know what you're going through. So we're going to talk about the power grid and the delivery of power in the government's role in that in the coming months and up to next november. Because i'm not going to let the democrats just scream and holler that when the power goes out it's republican's fault i'm not gonna let them that if the republicans won't do it. I'll do part of it for him but the next issue is the crime issue. We've got major problems with big cities in this country and what nobody wants to talk about. Is you have a wave of violence. That is occurring among young black men in this country and you're seeing anecdotal cases. There is a case was chicago. No it's the bronx. There's two guys walking down the road. One of them realizes that's the guy that he's supposed to kill so he starts shooting this guy and as he does it the guy that's getting shot at hides behind two little kids a ten year old girl and her five year old brother and the guy that's doing the shooting is still is. He's firing away by. I don't know if the guy that got shot died or not. I don't care the gyn exactly going to go on win the nobel peace prize and he's probably killed five people himself. The video has been posted the blog see it for yourself. Imagine a ten year old and a five year old child and these two punks shooting at each other shootings in new york. City are up sixty four percent from last year and they've doubled in the last two years up ninety nine percent. This story comes to us from cbs. To new york politics go. Parts of the city were out of controlled. Were seen smashing store. Front after video shows the twenty four year old victim in red dive onto the sidewalk. Thursday knocking over two children who were walking nearby as a mask. Gunman opens fire. This happened around six forty five pm on sheridan avenue. One seventy second street. The victim seemingly uses the two children as shields. You can see the ten year old girl grab her five year old brother and hold him kept going. Jasmine ortiz. instinctually shielded her own children when she heard the gunshots from her apartment. I was at home. And i heard two cycle must on the floor with my kids. Police say the suspect rolled up on the back of the scooter. Investigators are looking for both the gunman and the driver. Everybody went by by the time. I looked to get on the floor. And then everything went crazy. Investigators believe the shooter intentionally sought out the victim who sources tell c. b. s. Two has four priors and has linked to to street gangs. Police say the victim was shot in his back and both of his legs. He made his own way to the hospital and is expected to survive. Thankfully those two children were not injured. People are shootings are up. Sixty four percent citywide compared to this time last year and have nearly doubled from this time two years ago because in some of this kids he played this old elder elderly people sitting outside that they will have a chance to get up and run. God forbid in this tent so it's kind of scary for other people that are not used to this. Meanwhile with all the looting that occurred last year the democrat district attorneys in new york city in the same city where all this happened have dropped a majority of looting cases from last summer this comes from. Nbc new york a year ago hordes of the city were out of control. Browns were seen smashing storefront after storefront. The mayhem continued night after night. At one point there was even a so-called looting. Dance party on the streets of soho. The mob seemingly pillaging that were many were caught on tape some with faces visible all the papers. The fossil even posted live their own videos of our actions. Those nights police four outnumbered and seemingly but many arrests were made in manhattan and along some commercial streets in the bronx video show how numerous locally owned bronx stores war ransacked nypd data. We reviewed shows one hundred and eighteen. Arrests were made in the bronx during the wars to the looting since then the nypd says the da and courts have dismissed seventy three of those cases eighteen remain open and there are nineteen convictions for mostly lesser counts like trespassing counts which carry no jail. Time numbers are to be honest with you. Use the word. It's disgusting jessica court. Owns an i. Glass store which was ransacked. She is vice president of a local merchants association. They crushed everything off to the side. What happened in manhattan. Nypd data we review chose. There were four hundred eighty five arrests two hundred twenty. Two cases later dropped. There are seventy three convictions. Many for lesser counts like trespassing another forty cases sent family court and one hundred and twenty eight remain open. That's not justice. That's selective enforcement law enforcement expert and former nypd chief of patrol wilbur chapman critical of the da's dropping so many looting and burglary cases. They're so overworked that they can't handle the mission that they're hired for that maybe they should find another line.
Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Press Executives Charged Under New Security Law
"Two senior employees of Hong Kong's pro democracy newspaper Apple Daily have appeared in court charged with violating national security. Both the editor in chief Ryan Law and the Chief executive, Chung Kim Hyung, were denied bail. And he, Vincent is in Hong Kong. Dozens of Hong Kong residents lined up outside West Callaloo in court to support the Apple daily executives on Friday night. Three of the five arrested were released on bail. Today. The court heard that the chief editor and CEO of Hong Kong's most popular newspaper stand accused of conspiring with the paper's owner, Jimmy Lai, in requesting foreign nations to impose sanctions against Hong Kong. And the Chinese government. Mr Light, is already serving time in prison for his involvement in the 2019 protest movement and is awaiting trial for national security law charges.
Hong Kong Newspaper Editor, CEO Denied Bail
"Two senior employees of Hong Kong's pro democracy newspaper Apple Daily have appeared in court charged with violating national security. Both the editor in chief Ryan Law and the Chief executive, Chung Kim Hyung, were denied bail. And he, Vincent is in Hong Kong. Dozens of Hong Kong residents lined up outside West Callaloo in court to support the Apple daily executives on Friday night. Three of the five arrested were released on bail. Today. The court heard that the chief editor and CEO of Hong Kong's most popular newspaper stand accused of conspiring with the paper's owner, Jimmy Lai, in requesting foreign nations to impose sanctions against Hong Kong. And the Chinese government. Mr Light, is already serving time in prison for his involvement in the 2019 protest movement and is awaiting trial for national security law charges.
"five arrests" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Ended. June 30th the eviction moratoriums over There was no plan. In the first place when they decided to do this other than delay it as long as possible. But rents still do. There's really no relief like necessarily. It's like, Hey, you can't get kicked out. You can't get kicked out. You can't get kicked out. Meanwhile, your landlord is like At some point We're going to have to get that rent. Or you're not going to be able to live here anymore and We're delaying the inevitable and go ahead. Isn't that the risk of investing? There's no sure thing right and people People bet everything they have on owning a building and having tenants like I mean, sorry. That's that. That is the break. I know. And so so I I seem as if I am not empathetic to those in these situations. But we've been been knowing that there is a pandemic going on. We know that these are going to be hard times, not delaying anything anymore. This is the equivalent to me, and this is probably a poor analogy and I apologize for it if it comes off As being that way. But it's like I'm going to start that diet on Monday, right? No started now started. Now It's time to get busy living or get busy dying. Shawshank Redemption Love it Right, like, Let's go. Oh, that's one of those things. So I apologize if I do seem callous of wood, heartless. I'm sorry. We got to get moving, and I'm ready to in. The eviction moratorium. June 30th. We are set for an absolutely glorious weekend here in the Puget Sound region. Clear blue skies temperatures in the eighties expected for Father's Day break out the barbecues set up those slip and slides get ready all it's going to be beautiful. But speaking of our father's day G. You mentioned afterthoughts earlier, it struck me. Have we mentioned Father's Day once this week? No, no, It is the only holiday during the year in which there is not Massive awareness to it. How can I prove that point? I'll prove it by you listening right now. Did you say this week? Oh, man, That's right this week in his father's day, That doesn't happen on Mother's Day because there's all kind of commercials and Heather Bosh comes in, and she talks about Mother's Day I plan and booked in the B and B shame company and all the restaurants and everything like that were an afterthought is a bit of fact. Can we move Father's Day to April, man Because the kids in May they make all the teachers make them make stuff for the moms. Yeah, The kids are out of school in June fam you don't even get you're talking about advertising the mother's Day advertising all that Father's Day there's advertising. But guess what, you only get half because it's dads and grads. It's never just Father's day. It's always bads and grabs. You don't you don't even get a whole piece of the pie. I've Which, by the way, I hate that phrase. If I can email and I see dads and grads on it just elite Zion graduates today, right? Zion's graduation is today and Father's Day on Sunday, right? Who's the highlight right, whose highlight is the star of that weekend to start the weekend? You know what? Get out! Oh, you're graduating. Get out your own eviction more. Yes. Moratoriums up on your son. Happy Friday, everybody if you're wondering Yes, I'm in a height mood. It's Friday. The Sun's beautiful and plus you're listening coming up next why the pandemic is fueling a rise in violence. Heather Bosch joins us next to explain that it's gender flip. Quit, Mace. Alright, alright. This hour of the G and Ursula Show is brought to you by Matt the foundation repair after initially arresting the wrong person. W SP now says they have the person they believe stole. Seattle Police officer Lexi Harris is personal vehicle after she was struck and killed on I five arrest flight out last night, ESPN s P D SWAT team arrested Roger Lee Owens Jr. 49 year old male from Seattle at a hotel in the East Gate area. Bellevue for felony hit and run theft of a motor vehicle, possessing stolen property, possessing a stolen firearm and identity theft..
"five arrests" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"The next thing that happened was i had a run in with the italian mob in the game. so they no. I didn't let them into the game. Only the russians and those russians had connections with the russian mob so they ended up being super shady but whereas the italian ma so the italian mob comes in because they get they hear the this girls running these games. She's making millions of dollars biggest games at new york. Whatever so they had this driver and he doubled as my security garden. I trusted him a lot and he said you know. I know these guys wanna play in the game. There hedge fund guys from new jersey. I said okay have meet me at the four seasons bar. They walk in and it's really clear they're not hedge fund guys at all and kind of get straight to business and they're just like look. It's great would you been able to build but this is kind of what we do and we wanna partner stuff in oak. Yeah stepping on our stuff and we wanna partner. And i'm like we wanna partner. You're going to pull that was i. We wanna partner. You know it was. It was very friendly in the beginning. Like that's a great at such an offer thank you. There's no way i can do that. You know and then. I just was avoiding their phone calls you know. I didn't know exactly who they were right. I thought i was. I had an idea but he didn't know like how serious it was anyway so i am ignoring their calls. They send this guy to my house. Drew yeah okay. That's not that clear in the movie you knew it was a mobster some kind of guy but it the obviously the scene was super clear but this shows up. This is like the more this was like a. It's not it's not an option anymore and before they didn't give you an out didn't seem no i mean he put his gun in my mouth and beat me up and was like if you tell anyone about this and if you don't be our partner we're going to find your family and caught like real like terrifying shit you know and so i'm like i don't tell i can't tell anyone i'm completely alone in. I'm waiting for their phone call. I have no for the first time in my life. Just no fucking idea what to do. Because what's what's what's the strategy here like there isn't you're dealing with a whole different or would it in to say listen was too scared. Wow so i'm just sitting in my apartment my face and my rib healing and i don't hear from them in the like a go by and then the third week i got the new york times on the cover. It said one hundred and twenty-five arrested in the biggest mob related take down in new york city history allegra. I never heard from them again. But you know this. This train was headed for voter. Always yes and so the last thing. That happened was The feds put this confidential informant and the game. He became my friend The you would talk to outside of the game. yeah yeah. I didn't tell him anything but he saw now that you know what he saw the he's other ache. And so the lingo down here. Yeah job saw the right correct and then Two thousand eleven. I get a text message from onto my poker dealers the smaller games and he said the feds just showed up here. Don't come here. You know. And i i for sure knew. In that moment it was overlake. Finally game over you know. Finally you thought that or does it was hanging on the. There's a difference between finally or a shit. Well there's been a lot of shit that was had gone down in the previous months you know and and this was like all right. This is a gig is up. See i had the same thing. You don oh yeah. Of course there was you know. My story starts with people talking in article and You know a breaking new all this stuff and you can. We had that man that beat and then there were all just starts closing just starts closing in and then they you know this led to a criminal investigation in the central district california. I'm still trying to figure out what crime. I broke in los angeles racing bikes in europe but nonetheless It does so they can do whatever they want. You know And so this are calling people and they they empanel a grand jury and then you're like okay now. I think we have a real all the warning lights are on. I really think we have a problem. Here and And then they talked to george. George was my my most loyal. May still one of my dearest friends. Fortunately but i knew when. They talked to georgian in essentially squeezed jewish. Because they everybody yeah. That's it that's it. The gig is up and then that got us to the other place that we share words. It's this this is funny. You say it in a movie or say it out loud. It sounds made up or hard to believe but the united states when you are in their crosshairs and they are going to indict you or take you to trial or investigate you. It is and i repeat. And i'll sit. I'll just say very clearly. D united states of america versus molly. Bloom the united states of america versus lance armstrong..
"five arrests" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Recent attacks in this country against Asian Americans have been met with condemnation across the political spectrum and support from other communities of color, including black Americans. Stephanie Sy has a look at the state and history of those relationships. Judy. The recent show of Solidarity among black and Asian American activist belies of fraud history between these groups. For example, during the 1992 riots in Los Angeles, racial tensions exploded with armed Korean American shopkeepers facing off against rioters a year before the brutal police beating of Rodney King, which set off the uprising. Ah Korean shop owner had fatally shot a 15 year old black girl, LaTasha Harlan's for allegedly trying to steal a bottle of juice. Then, more recently among American Minneapolis police officer Totale was one of four officers accused of standing by. While Derek Show, then knelt on George Floyd's neck. Both communities are now working urgently toward greater racial and social justice. The question is, how might they work side by side? I'm joined by Tamerlan Oper, a sociologist and fellow at New York University Center for Critical Race and Digital Studies, and Brenda Stevenson, a professor of history. And African American studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. Ladies, thank you so much for joining the news hour for this important conversation, and Professor Stevenson. I want to start with you because the last time I interviewed you, we talked about how abroad racial coalition had emerged after the killing of George Floyd and the Black Lives matter. Movement growing As we started to see these increased attacks on Asian Americans, I wonder, Do you feel that solidarity held or are there still those fractures among communities of color that we saw in Los Angeles nearly three decades ago? Well, I think that asked to that question is both things have occurred. I think the solidarity it's certainly holding many people who are in the African American, um, or African diaspora community, including my family have been very much supportive of the stop agent hate movement, but I know many people who are none of other people who have not then On nd Some of the people who have been accused of being a part of this attack on on this increased in tackle after on Asian Americans have an African American So both things were happening. We're seeing that the solidarity is that I'm holding the growing. But there are also other problems, other kinds of tensions and conflicts that are there that are still being maintained. This wealth professor Stevenson brings up the fact that a small number of the perpetrators of attacks on Asian Americans have been other people of color, including African Americans. Although the data shows the vast majority of those attacks have been white perpetrators, the Tamra napper, I wonder. How you see the dynamics between the Asian and black communities in the U. S. In this moment, Thank you well, and when he and I think that there is this kind of increased call for coalition and I think that more Asian Americans as individuals Activist, Asian American organizations are starting to kind of publicly talk about anti black racism on about Asian Americans confronting in his likeness. I think One of the ongoing tensions, though, is that a lot of solidarity, discourse and solidarity discourse that non black people colored communities not only Asian Americans, but you see this with other non black people of color groups. There's often this kind of disciplinary gesture involved in solidarity discourse, meaning there's often a lot of kind of anti black aggression. There's often a lot of assumptions that black people need to comfort learn to being coalition with other groups. Or that black people supposedly are politically selfish or are helping perpetrate Harmer violence against non black people of color if they don't engage in Spalla charity, and so even as we're seeing this kind of increased emphasis on black agent Solidarity. And not black people, color groups confronting anti blackness. I think there's a lot of tinges of an anti blackness in the solidarity approaches from that black people of color that's still being perpetrated. Professor Stevenson. You're a professor of history. I wonder from that lens. What forces you see it work that have sometimes pitted blacks and Asians against each other in this country. Well, I think part of it is that a lot of people don't know the history of African Americans or of Asian Americans within this community within our country, And so you know, African Americans sometimes don't understand that Asian Americans Have had the same kinds of very similar kinds of discriminations, racialized and criminalized and victimized in this country. And so there's there miscues with regard to what we have in common. And what we share and this common relationship to white supremacy of common relationship to marginalization, culturally and racially, and on all of that within the country, and so without this history about knowing You know the kinds of histories in which we actually absolutely connect on have parallel of connect or have parallel lives in a nation that is probably defined by other ring people who are not white American. Then the difficulties are maintained, but that is changing. And more and more people are taking the time to understand that there is a connection absolutely, with the plight of African Americans and abuse of Asian Americans and white supremacy. Cameron Oper, What are your thoughts on that phrase white supremacy and how the system in the world that we all live in a society where racial discrimination has shaped all of us where Asian Americans fit in in that equation? Thank you. I think there's you know, there's always been this I'm going debate an Asian American spaces, whether it's Asian market studies or activist spaces. Um, you know about this kind of idea that Asian Americans are perceived as either honoring whites or so called model minorities or are we really kind of embraced as part of people of color coalition? On DSA. So there's also this question about what makes kind of race a race is it just our politics is that the way we're kind of socially and politically structured in relationship to the state? So I think that you know, the question about Asian reckons relation to whiteness, I think is something that is a deep anxiety in Asian American discourse and politics. Um, and I think that part of the issue is that we can think about what is their relationship to whiteness. But we also have to think about what is our relation to blackness. Social scientists talk about this idea of a black nonblack divide. What they say is that it's not just about people's relation to whiteness. That makes the definitive factor in kind of their life chances. But it's also the relationship to blackness and how far they can actually be distance from blackness. And so I think it's about not only thinking about white supremacy but also Asian Americans relation to anti black racism and anti blackness. Professor Stevenson. You know, you brought up again these anti Asian attacks and the perpetrators of sometimes people of color. I wonder how do we talk about violence within communities of color and between communities of color without reinforcing extremely damaging stereotypes? I mean, you wrote the book on LaTasha Harland's The 15 Year old that was killed in Los Angeles all those years back how far we really Com. Well, I think again, it's Zsa strange dance that we have with race in America. You know, we come forward with many steps. Through all around and we're going in opposite directions. So you know this continues to happen, But I think everyone has to own up to the fact that we live in a racialized society the ways in which we Find ourselves or define ourselves as being American and part is to have digested some of that racism. So no group is, um, does not have it. No group just on act on it on. We have to understand that we have to have some real hard discussions with ourselves. Families, communities and with other communities about you know how we fit into this dynamic of race within our society, Do we perpetuate? Racism stereotypes, etcetera, or are we actively trying to recognize that we hope some of that within ourselves and that we act on it, and we need to eliminate it, or at least get it to a level where we can all act towards one another with respect, dignity and equality. But there is very, very difficult. It is bound in the roots of American society. And once you, you know, eat of the tree of America. Um, it's becomes part of you and the Uprooting of all of that, I think begins with conversations just like this professor Brenda Stevenson with U C L A. And Tamara Knopper with New York University. Thank you for joining the news hour. Thank you..
"five arrests" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Starbucks shops, a credit union and roots Chris Steakhouse. Portland, Popo said in a statement that quote people through frozen water bottles, glass bottles, eggs and metal spikes at officers and fired mortar style fireworks in officers. Popo cleared metal spikes from the street so firefighters could get close enough to extinguish the fire. People in the crowd formed Rose, while those closer to the front of the crowd held umbrellas to obscure the view behind them. People from further back through objects that officers including frozen water bottles, eggs and metal spikes when the fire was finally out, and firefighters got safely away. Officers deployed smoke, then left the area. Despite all of this Only five arrests were made. And in all likelihood, the anti fur loving Multnomah County District attorney will probably drop the charges against those arrested. It's a terrible, terrible, sad thing that's happening. House policing going in minute. Minneapolis Well, Mayor Jacob Fry said the city has asked state and federal agencies for assistance, citing the city's shortage of officers. Oh, you mean those officers that a year after George Floyd's death? You've blamed for every problem in your city that's committed by thugs. Like George Floyd. Well, He says. There's two problems, a shortage of officers and a huge surge in violent crime over the past year, huh? You mean, when you defund the police, it causes problems. In Seattle. Teachers and staff at a Seattle public school, plead with the mayor to take action on a growing homeless encampment on school property. Credit for this news report goes to K O M. O T V. We have been worried about.
"five arrests" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Can't even see news at five o'clock. I'm Kevin Trapp. Evacuations are underway because of a roughly 10 acre brushfire in the Westlake Village area. It's near vehicle, Lena's and County Valley Road. The Ventura County Fire Department is the lead agency L. A county fire is standing by. Cal Fire is losing its biggest firefighting tool on the eve of a drug fueled wildfire season. The converted 7 47, known as the global super tanker has been grounded for financial reasons. The massive jet is owned by a group of private investors who had been operating in under government contracts after digital upgrades and with the company operating on a call when needed basis. Profits are just too far in the future. Caliph Iron has considered the supertanker key to controlling several recent wildfires. It can raise the fire lines that's 600 MPH carrying 18,000 Gallon payload of fire retardant. That's 15 times more than caliph IRS, regular tankers and more than four times The Coast Guard's see one thirties. Jim Rupkey, ABC news top global threats to America. That's the topic of a hearing in Washington. The threats list is long, including cyber terrorism, plus violent extremism abroad and at home. Individuals were inspired by Al Qaeda and Isis, often called homegrown, violent extremists and those who commit Terrorist acts for ideological goals, Director of National Intelligence Averil Haynes testified in a Senate hearing. Haynes said climate change is a destabilizing force in some nations along with Cove it we assess that the world will face more intense and cascading global challenges. I'm Terry Moore at that hearing, Republican Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma cited a variety of growing threats from China, it is accelerating its nuclear and modernization efforts. It will reach operational parity with the United States in the 2000 thirties, The LAPD has confirmed there have been five arrests related to the shooting of Lady Gaga is dog Walker and the theft of two of her French Bulldogs. Her dog, Walker continues to recover. The fourth flight of the jet Propulsion Laboratories. History Making ingenuity Helicopter on Mars didn't get off the ground. Today, however, Mission managers in Pasadena say they will try again tomorrow..
Five Arrested in Connection with Lady Gaga Dog Walker Shooting
"five arrests" Discussed on KTRH
"North Carolina, Police made at least five arrests. Demonstrators. I rate that a judge would not make the body cam footage of the Andrew Brown police shooting public yet, Um they're not as upset about the district attorney's saying that Brown actually hit police with his car. Before the shots were fired. President Joe Biden in his first speech. To Congress, a half filled Congress, he said police reform is the only way to unify this country. We have to come together to rebuild trust between law enforcement of the people they serve. Through that systemic racism in our criminal justice system. No, not police Reform and George Ford's name. The GOP response, Senator Tim Scott said. Well, he wrote a reform bill and 2015, but gems refused to sign on to it. My Democratic colleagues blocked it. I extended an olive branch. I offered amendments, but Democrats used the filibuster to block the debate from even happening. My friends across the aisle seem to want the issue more than they wanted a solution. Yeah, they got their issue. Biden spoke on all radical agenda items, including a $15 an hour minimum wage. The speech put Texas Senator Ted Cruz to sleep. Apparently, it was so boring. We got the video of that ktrh dot com. Go take a look. Former President George W. Bush. He's been promoting his new book. He seems to be doing a pretty good job promoting the Democrats to what's going on here. Here's ktrh is Jeff Biggs? Yeah, sure. While the majority of Republicans have rallied behind Donald Trump, President Bush has made it clear he's still not a fan. I think he's getting very defensive because he sees that Trump's version of Republican leadership is far Maura desirable from Republican voters, and so he's now feeling a little defensive and pushing back. That's political analyst Luke Missy is President Bush says the current GOP is isolationist, protectionist and Native ist. Bush is fundamentally pushing policies where he believes that we shouldn't have an immigration system. We shouldn't actually tell people that crossing the border is an illegal act. We should reward those who break our laws. But in George W. Bush's opinion that makes you a native ist, which is really a joke. And after wonderful here from Bush anymore after this book tour Yeah, I know. But it was surprise. It's now 6 36 name time they never stop. Democrats on the attack home with the former Trump lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. Raided by federal agents yesterday, Electron IX confiscated the White House says Well, they didn't call for it. The attorney general made clear in his hearing that he would not have taken the job unless he could operate an independent banner s O people should know that and I assure you, our focus here is on the joint address. Came from the attorney general and the Department of Justice. And yes, that is part of the Cabinet. Of the presidency press secretary Jen Psaki. They're trying to a liar way out of it on MSNBC. The search was a continuation of targeting President Trump's lawyer allegedly for lobbying in Ukraine, where we heard this before. Potentially what was on his devices. Also regarding Hunter Biden's laptop, you think? Mm Rudy always said he had that the goods. School district near Dallas, trying to implement what they call cultural competency programming to bring attention to students of color, allegedly at a disadvantage. Conservative host Dana Lash told Tucker Carlson of Fox News. Annie gets worse. A school and a lot of very far left Marxist activist decided to exploit this as a way to implement critical race theory education in this school district, and they expect Tucker Parents to pay for it. We're talking six figures. Six figures. Hmm. Dang. There you go. Pay up. Raise those taxes, she says. The only way to stop it in your own district. You've got a band together to fight it. Rockets hope to end their five game slide when they host Milwaukee tonight at Toyota Center. Pre game starts at six and sports talk 7 90. Then we're gonna have the.
"five arrests" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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Five arrested at Seattle's Cal Anderson Park for trespassing
"In the arrest of people. Seattle police were called to the park Sunday afternoon about trespassers since the park remains closed. On Friday, City crews moved in to remove a homeless encampment on Sunday, Police say one person spent at an officer and a group tried to prevent officers from arresting that person. And a flood watches in effect for much
Atlanta announces third night of curfew
"For a third night in a row Atlanta is under a curfew until sunrise Tuesday during protests on Monday police made ninety five arrests W. S. B.'s robin Wilensky witnessed one of the takedowns in his early twenties white something and back when eight police officers darting across the street and they told him I'm talking to him also got him up right and led him away into our squad car ball by several people who refused to leave centennial Olympic Park were arrested after the curfew took effect officials in Lawrenceville also imposed an overnight curfew but reported no arrests during protest Monday outside city hall marta suspends service inside Atlanta's city limits
Atlanta: 5 gang members arrested in murder of 14-year-old girl during home invasion, sheriff says
"There is a gain connection as we learn of arrests in this month's deadly shooting of a fourteen year old girl in cal we'd account she was able to hide from the home invaders but when she grabbed a BB gun and stepped out onto the front porch to see if they left Hailey Adams was shot later died we have now learned of five arrests for men and a woman with connections to the white supremacist Ghostface gang they showed up at that home on Bethlehem church road looking for someone who wasn't there three of the suspects are being held in Kuwait accounting and the other two in Chattanooga
Nationwide ICE deportation raids yield 35 arrests
"Us by the way remember those awesome rates that came they were gonna hard they're going to take all these people they were going to get the rate I the weekend of those promises deportation raids which the president said lead to millions being removed from the country by immigration and customs enforcement resulted in just two twenty five arrests according to the department the I. T. eyes director told reporters eighteen family members your were issued final orders of removal by an immigration judge along with seventeen others were arrested over the course of the operation and total removals by the trump administration falls far behind the number of removal orders issued by his predecessor yeah no wall bills I mean the refurbishing some other walls so so bomb not deported more and built more walls so that up for a second but at the rate from for the Democrats the Republicans to spend money you can spend less money oh my god that is just insane but they did get twenty two percent thirty five a
Highly-publicized ICE raids yield few arrests
"And operation targeting about two thousand undocumented families in the U. S. resulted in only thirty five arrests ice says the roundups focused on undocumented immigrants who were already ordered to be deported the agency says the operation is ongoing and it aims to arrest more people with open removal orders figures suggest that the operation was even more limited in scope than expected ice agents arrested eighteen members of the families that were targeting and conducted seventeen so called collateral arrests these are pretensions of people who are undocumented but who were not directly targeted by the specific
President, Director And Serena Marshall discussed on Sean Hannity
"News center president trump in a tweet had promised millions of deputations it turns out that not even hundreds were removed during the weekend of that highly publicized nationwide ice roundup the weekend of those promises deportation raids which the president said would lead to millions being removed from the country by immigration and customs enforcement resulted in just a twenty five arrests according to the department the acting eyes director told reporters eighteen family members your were issued final orders of removal by an immigration judge along with seventeen others were arrested over the course of the operation in total removals by the trump administration falls far behind the number of removal orders issued by his predecessor Serena Marshall ABC news
Five arrested in Brazil after dam disaster left at least 84 dead
"People, including three company workers are in jail after a dam burst on Friday at a mining facility in Brazil, killing at least eighty four people. There are still two hundred seventy six people missing rescue teams are still searching in the mud in the sludge the earth and dam was filled with mining waste in sludge. When it burst. At about midday Friday, washing away hundreds of miners who were on their lunch break at the time.
Attorney, Garland County and Prosecutor discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"The daily policy issues came along she was always a presence and if you've got an a debate with her you should know at the beginning that she's going to win it barbara bush died last night at age ninety two or funeral will be saturday in houston former starbucks ceo howard schultz says he's a shamed and embarrassed by the arrest of two black men at a philadelphia starbucks starbucks on the word of the quite store employees shield says the reason the call was clearly because the men were black wall street the dow's up a fraction as dak up twenty i'm richard johnson i'm chris ingram with the latest from newsradio one or two point nine k a r n the man accused of shooting a two year old to death has been offered a plea deal twenty two year old sean brushing is charged with capital murder and committing terroristic act according to arkansas online chief deputy prosecutor john johnson is not disclosed the terms or conditions about the plea buddy says the deal will expire at the end of the day next monday russians accused of killing romeo read in november of twenty sixteen eighteen year old larry jackson's also charged in that death a drug warrant roundup and the hot springs areas led the twenty five arrests according to arkansas online tuesday afternoon the garland county sheriff's office briefed the media on the monday operation in which multiple law enforcement agencies participated the eighteenth judicial district east drug task force under the direction of prosecuting attorney michelle lawrence coordinated the event with numerous police agency's items recovered during the.