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"fort worth police department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | Last month

"fort worth police department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Urging people to get their packages and cards mailed as soon as possible, those dates don't include Hawaii and Alaska. The United States is expanding its training of Ukrainian soldiers. The Pentagon announced it will begin joint maneuver and combined arms operations in January. U.S. Army will take roughly 500 Ukrainians per month and train them in Germany. The Pentagon calls the extranea continuation of what the U.S. has already been providing to the Ukrainian military for years. The news comes hours after Russia launched its latest missile attack on Ukraine, hitting critical infrastructure in major cities. There is still a chance to snag that ticket to Taylor Swift's eras tour. Ticketmaster, which was recently sued over the chaotic rollout of swift tickets last month, has announced it plans on selling the remaining 170,000 tickets over the next four weeks. The company will use the site tickets today to sell the tickets in order to avoid another website crash or lengthy wait times. Swift's eras tour will kick off in March in Arizona and end in August in California. I'm Tammy trejo. A former Texas police officer convicted of manslaughter will soon learn his fate, the sentencing phase begin Friday for Aaron dean, starting with the psychologist who did dean's preemployment exam for the Fort Worth police department. There were indications of grandiosity and some interpersonal difficulties. Kyle Clayton says dean showed signs of an over inflated ego, but he was hired anyway. Dean shot and killed at Tatiana Jefferson in her own home while investigating a possible burglary. He's white and Jefferson was black. The manslaughter charge carries as much as two decades behind bars. The president of FIFA says the death of migrant workers during the build up to the World Cup in Qatar is a tragedy. When questioned about the deaths, Gianni infantino said every person dying is one person too many, the

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:44 min | Last month

"fort worth police department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

". The Senate is passing the annual national defense authorization act. The $858 billion bill is now headed to President Biden's desk for a signature in time to meet the yearend deadline. Not only does it rescind the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for military members, but it also gives over $40 billion more for defense than Biden called for in his budget. Several U.S. states are dealing with the effects of tornadoes this week. There have been more than 50 reported in at least 7 states across the south since early Tuesday that includes Louisiana where at least three people died and several others were hospitalized. It's a guilty verdict for a former Texas police officer on trial for the shooting death of a woman Aaron dean avoided a murder conviction for degrees with the jury find the defendant Aaron York dean guilty of the offense of manslaughter. Dean worked for the Fort Worth police department and was investigating reports of burglary back in 2019. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Doug prisoner of Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets, the European Central Bank is warning that aggressive interest rate hikes are far from over. On Thursday, in Frankfurt, the ECB hiked its key policy rate by 50 basis points, although more than a third of ECB policy makers favored a 75 basis point increase. President Christine Lagarde was blunt, saying that anyone who was thinking the ECB is pivoting is wrong. We are in it for the long game. U.S. officials say they have managed to gain sufficient access to audit documents on companies in China and Hong Kong for the first time, those firms that are listed in the United States as American depository retreat, as American depository receipts, it means that about 200 firms based in China and Hong Kong may no longer be facing the threat of being delisted from those American exchanges. Earlier, I spoke with Amanda icon who is tax reporter for Bloomberg. Here's part of that conversation. The board has been trying to get that to provide that level of scrutiny for over a decade now and has long been rebuked by the Chinese government, which has really considered audit work papers as state secrets until this agreement was inked over the summer. In this case, the resistance seemed to stem of concern about confidentiality and national security. I mean, does that show up when the shoe is on the other foot? So to speak, when you have accounting standards, can that play a part in what's disclosed if you're concerned about national security, let's say? The CSR, the China security regulatory commission put out a statement tonight that both parties perform their supervisory duties and met regulations for information security protection. I mean, that sounds to me like the China felt that those concerns were adequately addressed through this process, but it remains to be seen if that cooperation and that mutual understanding will continue. That is Bloomberg's tax reporter Amanda icon. When you think about wage inflation consider this, customer service agents at Southwest Airlines have approved a new 5 year contract, it will provide a 25% increase in general wages over four years and an immediate 13% pay increase upon approval of the agreement. We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg. Right now in Tokyo, we've got the nikkei weaker by more than one and a half percent different story, though, in Hong Kong where the hang sang is better by a tent of 1% and off session highs on the Chinese mainland Shanghai composite down two tenths of 1% in Seoul the Cosby weeker by nearly two tenths of 1% and in Sydney the ASX 200 is down four tenths of 1%. The U.S. ten year treasury at a yield of 3.47% in the Tokyo session, global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. This is Bloomberg. On the latest sound on podcast, a conversation with the architect of New York City's COVID pandemic response, doctor Jay varma. And his concerns about COVID cases rising this winter. This is a really tricky situation. You know, on the one hand, it's clear that healthcare systems around the country can sort of muddle their way through these current surges. But of course, that's not what we want for our healthcare system, right? We want people to get the best possible care. And I say muddle their way through because healthcare workers are getting sick and overwhelmed. Patients are getting people are getting sick and surging to emergency departments. So the more government does to kind of reduce infections by giving people the tools like masks, like tests, to help prevent infections, the better off we are. So I think every little bit helps, even though the impact is probably going to be relatively small overall. There's been a lot of talk about China, of course, dealing with their own issues here in the COVID zero policy, but cases have been surging over there, and it's pretty difficult, as we know, to deal with this on a local level. This is a global issue and our economy is being constrained by problems in China. There's a report out that Pfizer has signed a deal to sell pax lovit in China as these cases climb doctor does the U.S. need to send vaccines there too? You know, I spent three years working in Beijing with the China CDC. But this was under a previous governing governing leadership there. And at that time, there was really good exchange. I think the challenge has been, you know, China has been unwilling to use the mRNA technology that was developed outside of

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:10 min | 2 months ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"W here and ray I'm running games. Those are the fascinators Anthony Pascal locker's group. Rose Marie in 1959, the strangest thing about it is one capital. Usually they didn't release that kind of stuff, but they did. They grew up from Brooklyn to Bedford stuyvesant area. Jimmy P on the south side wanted to hear it and now he has. So 888-876-5593 88 88 Raleigh. And I will get to calls, but I wanted to mention here about this case in Fort Worth because it's just amazing. 51 year old woman got a contact because someone had done a 23andMe DNA case and she turned up on the family tree and it turns out make a long story very short that she is the child who was abducted at 21 months old and she was raised within 20 minutes of her birth parents. Now that the saddest part is that you would think if somebody was going to kidnap a child and raise them, that child would be well loved, but apparently that was not the case. She said, I didn't feel loved as a child. It was abusive. I ran away at 15, I went to the streets. I did what I had to do to get by. Well, she survived it and has had a better life now and a marriage and all that. And initially, when she was contacted, she didn't believe it. And it was a brother who said, you know, why not find out, I'll pay for your DNA test. And sure enough, it came back as a match. The Fort Worth police department are thrilled at the way it's turned out, but like the family is very disappointed that all statues of limitations have run out on this. However, if there can be federal charges, the FBI, if something was used in the mail, for instance, if state lines were crossed, then there is no statute of limitations for kidnapping on federal grounds, but so far it's not the most hopeful thing. But very hopeful she's now reunited with her family of birth. And in fact, she's planning to remarry so her birth dad can walk her down the aisle. That's the story there. Good ending. But, man, really just wrenching what she had to go through. 888-876-5593 88 88 Raleigh Brandon is in Chicago. What's up tonight, Brandon? Who were fuck Trump and fuck you? All right, well, we hope that Dan has managed to do that. And to edit that out and we'll just let it go at that. That's part and parcel of what I mean that I don't discuss Trump because people are so biased one way or another on that. So if all you can do is come up with expletives, you're not very creative. All right, so we've got Eduardo in midway. By the way, that's on the stream. So if you're wondering what, in fact, a guy said, oh, you could figure it out on your own. I won't edit it out of the stream. It'll be there. All right, Eduardo and midway. Welcome back to WGN radio. Yeah, probably I thought I'd give you a class since you only got a one hour show tomorrow. Yes. Well, yeah, it'd be interesting if I'm talking to myself for an hour. Right, right. So frontier is cutting the customer service phone. They're going to go through a chat bot. Well, that's not very good. I mean, I'm glad I don't use them, but I mean, for people who have to use it, I mean, they have to reschedule or get a hold of somebody that's not very good. Well, there's something that frontier is just initiated that is real good. It's not customer service, but they're doing an all you can fly annual pass for $799 a year. Oh, yeah, that's right. Yeah, you just reminded me about it. Yeah. And you got to do it by midnight tonight mountain time. So it's an hour and 20 minutes from now. But you can do it for yourself or your children and for each passport for a child under 18, you get a $200 flight voucher. But flights are available 300 days a year, so there's not much blackout. And you won't get mileage credit for it, but the travel will keep your miles from expiring if you had it. Now, now, here's the thing. It renews automatically. This is the part they don't tell you real quickly. The renewal rate is $2000 a year, 1999. So if you're going to do it, make sure at the end of the year, you cancel. Yeah, 'cause I've been on. Dating sites and eHarmony and if you are not careful, guess what? That's right. So you have to really watch that. So what this would be, you've got to buy it by tonight, you won't be able to travel until May, but it'll be good for a year, May 2023, may 2nd until may 1st, 2024. Yeah. So that's an interesting thing. All of these airlines are cash strapped. The models have been broken for so long because originally air travel was pretty much underwritten by the government. Not only directly but also it was what the mail airmail used. And so there was a lot of money made that way. Of course, with deregulation, decades ago and everything else, you're on your own, and it's harder and harder to come up with a model where you actually will make enough money to stay airborne. I heard that they were going to one pilot. Do you hear about that? I did not, I don't know what the rules are on that. It wouldn't be totally surprising since most of the commercial crafts there, they're not doing anything unless. And this is the big unless, unless there's an emergency situation. And so pilots I know always say it's month of boredom and minutes of terror, you know, because obviously we all know about the Sully Sullenberger and all that. When

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

06:37 min | 10 months ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on Gun Talk

"On this gun talk hunt, we're on the horn with David Schuster of the ducks unlimited national organization, a big event happening right now. You're going to want to tune in. Welcome in, gun talk hunt fans. I am your host KJ and we're back with another exciting episode of gun talk hunt. This gun talk hunt is brought to you by crimson trace failure is not an option. And sig sauer analog down secure your lifestyle with lockdown. It's the lockdown lifestyle for us. We are here. Okay, I'm not there, but our next guest is at the Texas Motor Speedway because he is knee deep in the ducks expo, it's mister David Schuster. David, how are you doing today? Busy, but doing well. Well, that's good. And we're filming this a couple of days ahead, but as we are speaking, so April 8th through the tenth. Is your opportunity to go to the ducks unlimited expo. This is a big, this is their national expo. And the last one was last year. So this is the second annual, give us a little bit of background one on you, David, and two, because I know you're the national national director of event fundraising for ducks along with it. I'm not sure if I got that title, right? No, you did. That's exactly right. Yes, I knew I knew I could do it. I knew I could do it. But give us a little bit of your background and give us a little background on the ducks expo. Okay, well, I am the national director of event fundraising for ducks unlimited. So I'm involved in working with our 42,000 volunteers around the country and putting on all of these local ducks unlimited events that we have, which is 4200. We do 4200 events a year across the country through 2500 different chapters and we do that because of the dedication of our volunteers. And this event, the D UX, which in New York, this is the second year, is the largest event that we put on across the country. Now, it's our second year, but it feels like our first year because COVID canceled it in 2020. We had to postpone it in 2021. We ended up holding this thing at the end of June, and it was a fantastic event. We had over 44,000 people here, but if anybody's ever been to the Fort Worth area in the end of June, it was really hot. And the jacket off before God on camera here and the weather is phenomenal here. A totally different type field than last year. And I think our volunteers and our sponsors and our exhibitors kind of feel like this is year one, even though we had a great year last year, this is the year that I think we are going to see what this event can do. From all reports that I've received, it is a phenomenally a phenomenal event put on by ducks unlimited and you guys are only in year two. How are you able to pull off what you do at Texas Motor Speedway? Because that's where this thing is housed. And if you are wondering, yes, there is a Bucky's right across the street. I am a frequent visitor there when I pass through to go hunting. So it is a prime location. Well, first, we're able to do it because of the volunteers that we have. Over 500 volunteers come and oversee this event and help ducks unlimited put it on. Texas Motor Speedway is a fantastic partner and the facility here is phenomenal. And the one thing that they let us do is we have live fire ranges at this event. And that did to us, that's a big part of this event. And so in the infield and when you're in here, you're looking around. I mean, there's a racetrack around you and garages where all the exhibitors are set up. The infield is kind of the core of the event, but outside in the parking area, last year we built a 50 yard long by two story high berm knowing that we were going to be here for a few years and we laughed our rifles pistols and shotguns. We have a 300 yard rifle range. So if anybody's never shot a target at 300 yards, they can come to the UX and do that. Not only do we have the live fire opportunities, if you like what you have tried, you can go and transact a purchase of it and then have it shipped to the FFL of your choice. And we think that is a really special part of what do you X is and what makes this expo a little different than some of the other ones out there. Well, by far one of the most intriguing and the volunteers on site and the folks helping out with this are professionals. And I think that needs to be stated. They're not just sending me out there and you're not going to just walk up the line, grab a gun and just start blasting. It's a very well executed orchestra, if you will. I mean, it's very nice. But to be able to fire at live fire at Texas Motor Speedway doesn't happen. I think that needs to be said. You can't go roll up any weekend at the Texas Motor Speedway and shoot. To my knowledge, this is the only event that they will allow this to take place. Absolutely. And we started planning this event along with our partners at TMS, Texas Motor Speedway. We worked with the city of Fort Worth and the Fort Worth police department and to your point, our range officers are all all worked for the Fort Worth police department. So it is professionals that are working the ranges. It's trying volunteers who are assisting them and it is a very high level organized process to go and do this always keeping safety first and foremost, but we're probably going to shoot 60,000 rounds of ammunition this weekend to Texas Motor Speedway. What do you do with all that brass, David? I pick it up. I know. Well, you know, that brass has to go somewhere. I want to know where it's going because I've got a guy in Louisiana. Specifically down in the New Orleans area that would much appreciate 60,000 plus rounds..

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on Sword and Scale

Sword and Scale

02:41 min | 11 months ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on Sword and Scale

"Something, but that it wasn't necessarily something that somebody put into her. After Carlos case was reopened. The cold case detectives wanted to stir up new leads. So they decided to release a very cryptic piece of evidence that was never revealed to the public. Way back in 1974, only a few weeks after Carla was murdered, the Fort Worth police department received several anonymous letters from someone claiming to know who had killed Carla. Friday Fort Worth police released a new piece of evidence from their cold case files. This letter. It shares a person's name written anonymously those 45 years ago and sent to police. The person wrote they know who killed Carla walker in benbrook with the PostScript that says it's hard to say, but it is true. And they signed only with ones and zeros for their name. The author of these mysterious letters named who they believed to be the killer. But when the police released one of the letters to the public, the name given. Was redacted. The letter read, quote, blank, killed Carla walker. It's hard to say, but it's true. The purpose of releasing this letter was to see if anyone recognized the handwriting. But it was also meant to get people talking. Specifically, people who were prominent in Carla's life around the time of the murder. And those people did start talking. They talked quite a bit. One of Carlos schoolmates created a Facebook group that was dedicated to discussing Carlos murder. And this led to a recorded phone conversation where one of Carla's classmates admitted that around the time of Carla's murder, he had something that was especially pertinent to the case. 47 years ago, my dad was a doctor. I came across the only coal canvas genetic facts. I got the brilliant idea once I was trying to take a bunch of up to the army Davis to our Obama Bill bottoms. Okay, so I had shit done. Inside of it was a piece of paper to shit. More feed. J Broussard lived in Fort Worth Texas from 1957.

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"News desk. This is real news and information in the morning with Dave Williams and Amy Schade Ra morning it is 703 Amy is not here. Today She is home in celebration of Russia shine of the Jewish New Year, she'll be back tomorrow morning, dark and early. As as well, we are, so it's back to work for most people who got yesterday office the holiday. We'll take a look at the traffic situation in less than a minute, first up one person taken to a Fort Worth hospital after a shooting off Brown Avenue near the Riverside neighborhood. At least two shots were reportedly fired from a car or a truck. One person was injured. There have been no arrests so far. If you have any information on the shooting, you are asked to call Fort Worth Police Department. Dallas Firefighters were hurt after being hit by falling debris from a balcony while they fought a fire at the Wind Ridge Apartments in North Dallas. Rescue units were called to the fire at 14 3 $50 Parkway, just after 4 30 Monday afternoon. When they got there, they found a two story apartment building with heavy fire coming from the first floor unit. They had the fire out about six o'clock. Two firefighters suffered injuries when the balcony collapsed. While he fought the fire. They both are expected to recover. The American Red Cross helped residents that were displaced, and investigators are trying to determine what caused the fire. Mickey Berg's CALIF News Well that controversial election law that the Democrats in the state Legislature rushed to Washington to avoid has passed and it is about to be signed into law this morning. Our Clayton Nevel is standing by Ian Um, I've forgotten Tyler in Tyler, and we'll talk with him in just a couple of minutes. Governor is going to be showing up there 705 right now. Traffic time is always here's Bill Jackson. Heading into Sunnyvale on Highway 80 westbound approaching Lawson Road Rank is reported that's backed up to a Pinson wrote in 40 in us, uh, on 1 83 spun your main An accident is reported with the slowdown from Industrial Boulevard north Side of Fort Worth on I 35 W North found a Golden Triangle Boulevard direct. There was just clear down to the way now it had everything down to one lane for quite some time, so that remains stop and go from Western Center Boulevard. With CALIF traffic on the fives. I'm Bill Jackson. I'm meteorologist Brad Barton. We're looking at several more days of hot, generally dry weather. Although we may be able to stay just below triple digits this weekend, we're.

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Is 503. This is Tuesday, the seventh of September. We welcome you to it. Amy has the day off because it is Russia. Tiana, the Jewish holiday Scott Sideway here with me. Yes. Good morning to have your bad to be here. Thank you very much. All right, let's start off with news and we'll get to traffic and whether, in just one minute, One person was taken to a Fort Worth hospital after shooting at off Brown Avenue near the Riverside neighborhood. At least two shots were reportedly fired from a Car or a truck. One person was hurt. No arrests have been made. If you have any information on the shooting, please call the Fort Worth Police Department and two firefighters in Dallas also heard after being hit by falling debris from a balcony while they fought a fire at the Wind Ridge Apartments in North Dallas. Rescue units were called to the fire at 14 3 $50 Parkway, just after 4 30 Monday afternoon. When they got there, they found a two story apartment building with heavy fire coming from a first floor unit. They had the fire out about six o'clock. Two firefighters suffered injuries when the balcony collapsed. While they fought the fire. They both are expected to recover. The American Red Cross helped residents that were displaced, and investigators are trying to determine what caused the fire. Mickey Berg's Calif News coming up Governor Biden, Governor Biden, governor by you've demoted him already. That's exactly what I wrote here. God Governor Abbott will be in Tyler today to sign that controversial voting bill into law Details after would check traffic on the fives right now at 505. Hey, Bill Jackson morning. Good morning, Dave in Fort Worth Big back up on the North side, 35 W North founded Keller Hicks. It's a stalled car blocking the right lane, and that's backed up past Golden Triangle Boulevard in Irving on 1 83 looks like some overnight construction westbound at MacArthur and on the westbound ramp to go south going on the George Bush Turnpike. With CALIF traffic on.

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Think i saw anything. I've never seen video of him now. He did add a thousand dollars to the reward on in the very beginning. He recanted it. Within six months he moved within six months so the house within six months he was. Mary remarried within two years. There were a couple of news articles but included him in the beginning in the newspaper. I can find to quotes from him. Because i locked analyze people's words he just kind of fell off the face of the earth six months to a year after it happened. I'm just like how were you not pushing the find out happened and i get not everybody's comfortable doing that but at least somebody do it and still getting comfortable doing it because whenever i started talking with the media at all with with rusty and that was a few years back and i was very uncomfortable time and he was like no. You need to do this because we need to have somebody for the next generation that will keep it out there and he probably regrets that now. But that's okay. I'm going to still keep pushing. He tell me more about your cousins rusty and deborah. I've read that. They didn't see eye to eye about what had happened to their sister. I'm sure they both want to know what happened to the missing. Girls are your cousins active and still trying to get these answers. What's the extend of the family's involvement at this point. I know the police department will no longer talk with rusty unless something major that comes through. He has really overstepped a lot of bound whenever it comes to them now gabar. She really hasn't ever been involved. She's always been taught lipped. And now it's just there's some shut at one point. It was so bad between the two of them that he had signs put out in people's yard all around fort worth town her to take a lot of texture tests he had a letter topped up and find all the other family members. The other two girls family members telling her we want you to finish taking the lie detector tests because she walked out it was terrible. I mean there were no family. Get togethers between them and they all lived on the same street. The mom rusty and deborah all lived on the same little street right there and he wouldn't go to his mom's house. His wife would take his kids to go see his mom. he wouldn't go to any kind of family functions. Nothing i mean it's years after. This rotting analysis came out. They have become very tight. So when dateline did this story about this case awhile ago did it bring rusty and his sister together. I mean it was something opportunity for them to maybe put some differences aside and kind of worked together and tell this story about their sister more. Was it something that may be kind of pushed them apart. And i guess from one liners stand which you had told me that deborah had told you about the story being covered. Because she didn't talk to her brother so then you contacted rusty untold rusty about the show or discuss it with rusty. So tell me about that. I call him up. And i'm like ecstatic. 'cause i'm thinking okay. This is dateline and it was like pulling teeth to getting to do that and used to. It was him. push everybody to do the interviews. I would see him per his mom what she wouldn't wanna do the interview and he's now we need to do this for the girls and he's done a one eighty cents this running analysis. I'm not trying to throw stones. We no longer speak because there's been some issues with how he handled some things within our family on this. It's really unfortunate that you stop speaking to your cousin. It just sounds like you both have a difference of opinion on handling the story of your cousin but it's also possible that he's just beaten down from what has happened to assist her. I mean put yourself in his shoes. He lost his sister. He loved his sister and he struggled because he's gone almost fifty years and he doesn't know what happened to her and he's never forgotten he's never gotten it out of his system is probably eats away at him. It is a possibility after all these years. He's wore the hell out on. It's possible because that's a huge burden to carry. I'll give him this. I don't think that it would have anywhere near the publicity in their case would be anywhere near as out there. If it wasn't for heal and for so many years. He carried it a lot on his own. I'll say that but it's hard to tell whenever you haven't walked in. Those shoes changed to law things. We haven't spoken a few years. There's really no reason to. We did actually speak one time because they were starting different. Likes and stuff. And i said well if you're searching in lakes won't you look at eagle mountain like brenda this woman. He worked so it's like telling to look at eagle mountain. Mike damascus me. He's like why eagle mountlake months back. There was a disturbance up there around the combat girls disappeared. I said so if you're looking at local lakes check it out. That's just my suggestion. There is a big disturbance up there and something to do with a van and something to do with people who were involved with trafficking is a possibility. I'm not dead. Set on one theory or another but that writing analysis and watching people action over the years. I have a lot of questions in areas. But i don't shut down looking in alternative avenue. I could be dead wrong in some ways. I hope i am some ways. I hope i'm not now my final question for you would be if there's anyone out there that's listening to this episode. And they have information that can help solve this near five decade old mystery. What would you say that person or persons contact fort worth police department and even if you don't think it's really anything major. Just let them know that way. Have somewhere to look. I think they need people to come forward and tell what they know personally. Believe there's somebody out there who knows. Johnson two is possibly afraid for themselves. If they did talk what would happen to them. And i am positive that the police department would look past things and understand and that concludes the story of the missing fort worth trio. What happened to these three young girls. In one thousand nine hundred seventy four. Many of the family members and friends of these girls have since passed away with surviving. Family members believed that there are still people out there who knows the truth. Richard is elderly and still ways for answers as to family members of julie. Rachel if you know anything about this case. I am pleading with you to contact authorities and provide them with a tip. You can contact the fort worth police. 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"fort worth police department" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Car and i followed him and he went Cafe and then. I followed him from that cafe and he went back to the police station. Ma where he said he was going to look for them. Ryan's sister has told stories about them telling ryan. Oh don't worry. They'll show up with the easter eggs. But i would say john twin probably pushed for a lot of it like the searches down and brasilia county. There were quite a few searches and fort worth. Police department was involved in. I believe they were probably pushed by john swaine but they did actually do those searches so there was one george hudson and i think three articles and stuff. He seemed like he was very adamant about their case. From what i've read. He would work their case whenever he was all. He kept a notebook with him all the time on their case so yes they listed almost runaways for six months. I would say that there were some of those who worked for the police department. Who truly did take to heart pace. Sometimes i wonder about that. I mean i know in the seventies. It was different than it would happen today. When young people disappeared back in the seventies. I don't think the police took it as serious as they do. Now now they take it very seriously when a kid disappears but back in the seventies i think a lot of the time if a kid disappeared the police would be like well. He probably just ran away. Because that's what kids did. They ran away. They hit shy. they were hippies. they smoke weed. Whatever as just how. It was nine years old and to leave your vehicle. I mean why in the world would you leave vehicle. Why would you leave. Your new change. Remain at cash at her house but she left behind. She would've took that cash with her and no no teenage girls going to leave jeans behind. They were brand new. And i don't care what take eight it is. Young girl does that. That's not happening wherever they go. They're taking their genes with them. Just paid money for those. Jesus sharing leaving behind and a non-euro especially two days before christmas. And she's not thinking about running away and rene was adamant about getting back to this party and 'cause he was adamant about her mom getting off work early to get her so she ready for this party. That's how her mom knew something's wrong. That's how she knew so early on. Something's wrong so adamant about judy. Getting her early enough for her to go get ready but it was their their friend. That lived next door to my uncle. Was their christmas party. She was very adamant about judy. Getting off work and time to come and get her so she could go home and get ready and with our genes accurate. The police are not gonna look at it that way with a nine year. Old just blows my mind jacket. See the fourteen and seventeen year old. I could see that on the thinking. Easily 'cause i was fourteen and seventeen. I know how stupid we are at that age. But non-euro just nine year olds. Don't even think about that then. No there's really anything outside of home off they don't know there's a whole world out there trying to way too. That's valid point. Now could you tell me. More about this john swain. 'cause i did read that. He had whatever his investigation led to. No one knows. Because i guess before he died. His instructions were for his notes to be burned or destroyed. So i don't think anybody really knows about his notes that he took for this particular case. Have you learned anything from his investigation. On what i'm interested in that it's unreal. Now he had vowels and files. And i don't know what all he had on the girl the stuff. I've read out of the newspapers but he had falls on big name people. He had dirt on everybody in fort worth. I mean be people. He was not afraid of one to getting it so he had tons of fouls and supposedly. He requested for all his final to be burned. Gino that there were other people that he worked twist. He was not the only person working in his firm. I really don't buy but they get destroyed. I just cannot see his partner leading those fouls. Just be destroyed. That's too much information as too much money because information is money especially in that wanna work too much leverage too much power. His wife and his Wanna say it was his partner. I'd have to. I'd have to go back and read the article again if he founding dead and she claims they destroyed the documents all of their phones. Now how much work did he do on your cousins case. And how did he end up getting involved with this case. Who got in touch with him. Richard wilson Actually paid for. Him is at a friend of richard exhaust him to go to johnson. Well he'd be and he did a ton of work. He headed up most of those investigation. Most of the searches. You see he is who had up. He would call counties to houston and already have things going into play in fort worth. Police department would have to go work at. He pushed it as far as he could. The one thing that interests me the most on his work is. I can't remember exactly what year it was. I wanna say seventy five. But i may be mistaken. There was a caller and this caller had information on what happened to the girls and wanted to be sure that he would have immunity. Well john swain. Had it set up with the da's office and the texas rangers and they said well as long as they had no actual involvement of the girl's death will offer immunity. That person right there claimed they had information on the girls. They were willing to come forward at that time to. Obviously they're get getting to them. And i hope that person is still out there and i hope they're conscious speights still am at some point. I hope it's still knocks them so this sounds to me like he wasn't able to obtain an immunity agreement. I'm guessing it. Maybe he was involved in what happened to the girls. Not as a win but personally involved. They would give immunity as long as they weren't involved in their death. It set up to where they would be turned over directly at the. Da's office they wouldn't have to deal with the texas rangers or anybody like that directly with the da's office and this person had been talking with him back on tours and he had to go to like seventeen different payphone locations and then they ended up. Never meeting.

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At issue the fees Google and its parent company, Alphabet take from APP developers 30% on sales and subscriptions. In a statement, California Attorney General Rob Bonta wrote quote Google has violated the trust of android phone customers by limiting customer choice and breaking in outrageous commissions. This is not the first antitrust case brought against Google or against Apple for similar behavior. Silicon Valley's biggest companies are in the hot seat in D. C to where lawmakers are expected to take up a package of antitrust bills this fall. I'm Rachel Myrow KQED News, Google in a company blog Post, calls the lawsuit meritless and says it competes fairly and helps developers succeed. State Attorney General Rob Bonta says his office expects to investigate between 40 and 50 fatal police shootings of unarmed people annually. Bonta announced how his office plans to implement a new California law that requires such investigations. A law he co authored when he was an assembly member, he says one of the most important things for society is building trust between communities and law enforcement. Impartial. Fair investigations and independent reviews of Officer involved. Shootings are an essential component for achieving that we must have accountability and we must have transparency under the law. Monti's office must file criminal charges or make public a report explaining why it is not the 27 special agents taking up the cases will be based in Sacramento and Los Angeles. The president of the organization that represents police chiefs in California, is set to run San Leandro's police department, city officials say. Abdul Pridgen, who currently runs the police department in Seaside, will become chief on September 13th. Pridgen served previously as the first black, assistant chief of the Fort Worth Police Department. He was named president of the California Police Chiefs Association in April. San Leandro police have been under more scrutiny after then officer Jason Fletcher shot and killed Stephen Taylor inside of Walmart last year. The San Rafel City Council has voted unanimously to ban unsheltered people from camping at a local part after cow Trans conducted a sweep of one of the city's largest homeless encampments. Cake ups Ericka Cruz Guevara reports. San Rafael. Leaders say Boyd Park's proximity to high fire risk areas makes the ban on camping URGENT Council member Mary Beth. But she voted to enforce the ban, but said people pushed out of the park will need services. If we're just going to be transferring the problem around the city that's not really helpful, but she says that's what happened last time encampments were banned at the park. And homeless advocates say some of the same people Cruz, evicted Tuesday from an encampment under a viaduct at a highway 11 over past had been displaced from another part of the city in January. America..

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I f Sunny and hot outside 94 degrees With 5 70. Calif News information I'm Jay Dixon, the Dallas and Fort Worth Police departments are working to overcome a national shortage of 911 dispatchers. A shortage of 911 dispatchers has resulted in delayed responses from Dallas Police City Councilwoman Cara Mendelson says the department has taken action, though, by implementing a signing bonus and assigning new recruits to take offs, But we've got to do more so that we have a stable staff. Thing of training professionals. Police in Fort Worth, say they started dealing with the dispatch shortage during the covid pandemic. In response, the department's assigning injured or light duty police employees to the call center. It's also looking into ways to make pay for dispatchers. More competitive. Clayton Neville, Calif. News public comment during last night's Fort Worth, I SD meetings centered on the controversial critical race theory. The meeting fell on a day when new board officers were being elected, some of whom were criticized for supporting CRT. The new officer election tonight is critical because your performance data shows so many deficiencies. Fort Worth I SD parents, scholars, experts and religious leaders spoke out. This is Reverend Chair Presley of Westside Presbyterian Church. Teachers cannot teach America's actual history without including honesty about race and racism, even if some think it's controversial. The full meeting is posted at klm dot com. Kim Lampkin is K l I f news news Information Time is 604. Let's get a look at right now. Traffic In Dallas on I 20 East Fund of Lancaster Road Wrecks reported being cleared out of the way. That's why that's still backed up to Hampton on I 35 e South. That commerce an.

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Fort Worth Police Officer Arrested on Assault Charges, Resigns

Chris Krok

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Fort Worth Police Officer Arrested on Assault Charges, Resigns

"Has 10 Year veteran of the Fort Worth Police Department has resigned after an alleged domestic violence assault Corporal Joe Collins was arrested on domestic assault charges by the Burlison Police department in February for Petey then placed Collins on restricted duty during the course of the criminal investigation. Police say they found that Collins was previously involved in another domestic violence incident for what she was arrested in March. 4th chief Neil Note says he accepts Collins resignation but would have fired him if he hadn't resigned. And takes domestic violence allegations very

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bit less with the mix to sleet or rain toward the South Shore. And the Cape right now. 30 degrees in Boston on eight year old girl taken by helicopter to the hospital after falling from a chair, lift it main's Sugarloaf Ski resort. It happened yesterday, The girl was on a triple chairlift. That lift was stopped as the girls struggled, nearly 25 FT above the ground. The child was wearing a ski helmet head, but it complained about back pain after the fall. It wasn't clear why the girl who was with her mother was not seated properly. Work is continuing in the highway Exit numbers game in Massachusetts new exit numbers. Start going up today on route 1. 28 signs will start being replaced on I 95 in about a week and a half. These numbers have already been changed on the mass turnpike work is continuing on Route three. The change part of a Federal Highway Administration mandate that requires exit numbers to match mild markers on highways. Mass dot says the entire project should be done by the summer. Multi vehicle crash on an ice slick and freeway in Texas kill several people, Many more were injured. The Fort Worth Police Department says five people have died. At least 36 were taken to hospitals, including one officer who was injured in the crash. The accident involving around 100 vehicles happened at about sunrise in sub freezing temperatures and a light drizzle and left 18 wheelers on their sides and cars piled on top of trucks. Not a one mile stretch of interstate 35 witness video shows a chain reaction disaster as drivers lose control and crash into the cars in front of them. That is a B C's Jim Ryan. Those strike at but some nurses in Worcester have authorized the strike over stalled contract talks. The vote by nurses at ST Vincent Hospital does not.

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At least 5 killed in massive car pileup in Texas

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

At least 5 killed in massive car pileup in Texas

"Rising in Fort Worth from a massive crash. The Fort Worth Police Department says five people have died. At least 36 were taken to hospitals, including one officer who was injured in the crash. The accident involving around 100 vehicles happened at about sunrise in sub freezing temperatures and a light drizzle. That left 18 wheelers on their sides and cars piled on top of trucks down a one mile stretch of interstate 35. ABC.

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"I'm in Dallas, and I took my grand sense to see how the day when they had the grand opening of the Bass pro shop out of great times. He was so gracious, he Pictures with him. And then I had to move away from Dallas for a few years. And when I moved back to Dallas on my biggest concerns was housed A wasn't gonna be on the radio. Pleasantly pleased when I did get back to the house and house. They were still on the air. I have listened to you for years. You're the greatest DJ ever. Thanks, pal. Oh, you're very kind. Everybody got the anniversary of how j. We'll hear from listeners all morning long. In fact, we'd love for you to call us on. Leave your comments on our how J appreciation line at 972638. 73889726387388 how you said you got a text this morning already from the new Fort Worth police chief? Yes, Neil is ah, very special friend. Um, four years ago. It's I'm like so glad to talk about this four years ago, when we when we lost Josh Neil came to our house during funerals with their published people get ripped off a lot. They get houses get broken into Needle state of their house. For two days. I mean, like that, the day before and the day of the funeral heap. He watched her house for us. Yes. And so, uh, I'll always be a and I will always be Um Thankful for that and will always love him and Fort Worth? Yes, he is a friend. But forwards got a good guy. Yesterday. You had 20 year vet, too. You know, he's been part of the Fort Worth Police department. I think that was important to for both the mayor and the council in those who lead the city of Fort Worth to have someone who understands the culture on understands the city. In one of the things that he talked about was the culture itself, that he wanted to make sure that they instill in Fort Worth about treating people with dignity and respect, which transparency and accountability and true community engagement and inclusion exactly. And, uh, Neil would kneel will do that. Um Hey, Will I heard a comment even from Bob Ray Sanders. I'll say the great Bob Ray Sanders, even though we don't see eye to eye on. Ah, lot of things, but even Bob Ray Sanderson, ma'am, This is a good good, excellent choice for forward. Yeah. So it has happened in the city of Fort Worth How we've got another special guest. Okay? Who has a quick little message for you? How? Billy candor. Golly, Happy anniversary body 40 of them, Man. I'll never forget. My first days in the building there w b A, P and K s. C s. And you gave me some terrific advice that I'll never forget. It was just sage. I mean, it was Your palate. It was truth here. Come from the life of me. I can't remember what that was right now. But anyway, it must not have been that great after all, because they blew me out of my 20th anniversary. Hey, how I'm old, But heck, man, you're older. I love you, buddy. And you sound as great as you ever have. Honestly. Congratulations, buddy. It's a milestone that Very few ever reach in any profession, and you've done it in one of the most competitive I hope that makes you smile. Great, Billy Kingdom, Big belly kid. Yes, it is Traffic.

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Violence. No true supporter of mine could ever disrespect law enforcement. For our great American flag. No two supporter of mine could ever threaten or harass their fellow Americans. If you do any of these things, you're not supporting our movement. You're attacking it. And you are attacking our country. Yeah, I mean, how can How can the president and you and I condemn be 11 Antifa. Operating at the behest of the blessings of the mainstream press and The Democrat Socialist Party and then turn around and say what it's okay for what these guys did to the capital. So it's as I have contended all along. It's been also have been consistent. The president's right. We support our law enforcement. We don't beat them. That's what be a lemon antifa does remember BLM pigs in a blanket fry like bacon. That's a Democrat slogan. That's a socialist slogan. As we mentioned a Forward police departments on parlor when it's up. And kudos to the Fort Worth Police Department for having a presence. On a free speech platform that's in compliance with section 2 30. It's the Police Officers Association doing that. I gotta be clear. Another department Police Officers Association. Congratulations. Those who are condemning You belong to a socialist platform. Of Twitter or Facebook, that suppresses free speech. And by the way, the guy who was that guy? Hold on. I gotta pull up his name. I just David Earl Williams. The third Your sir, I left Twitter a long time ago. But, sir, you're on Twitter. Hey, a platform that hosts the Ayatollah Khomeini Ah, man who has called for the genocide of the Jewish people. So you support a platform that gives voice to a genocidal. Totalitarian terrorist, the leader of Iran Did you say Shawn? I didn't because you Oh, get a microphone, sir. But else can hear what I said. I give you that story about the Fort Worth Police Officers Association being a parlor and They just got lit up in the comments, which I remember. I saw some of this. Unbelievable. Leslie Pap comments. Yeah. And one of those commenting was Bud Kennedy. So I guess he's still on Twitter and I didn't see that. But Kennedy, but okay well was was he condemning? I mean, come on, we've known but Bud Kennedy for a long time. There's no way he could be condemning. A platform that conforms with section 2 30 that allows free speech and then be in support of a platform. My Twitter that allows a Anti Semitic homicidal genocide, advocating maniac like the Ayatollah Khomeini on that platform. I mean, come on, really? Bade you You can't be I mean, dating back to 2018. Twitter and Facebook have been hosting terrorists. And Be a lamb in Antifa, who have been coordinating their violent attacks on American cities have been on those platforms. There is no way you can tell me That anybody responsible in media would be supportive of that. I certainly am not. We've condemned all of it. Here's but Kennedy's one of the Kennedys replies in that story. Yeah, go ahead. He's replying to a woman named Pamela Milan. Please tell your council member of the Union has shown they do not care what anyone thinks. Wow, I think it's I think it's one of these comments are just crazy, calling the police union Nazis. Yeah, because yeah, because it's wrong. Yeah. You know nothing. Nothing says not see, like freedom of expression. At the same time, these people populate Twitter. Which gives voice to an actual Nazi An actual genocidal maniac named Ayatollah Khomeini. Pot meet Kettle. Blood. Kennedy. Come on, man. You're better than that. You're better than that crap seriously. And you know what? Advocating for the suppression of your political opposition. That's about the most anti American thing I can think of. So David Earl the third? Whatever, William whatever your name is the third. Come on, Give me a break. If you're going to sit there and say that parlor was responsible for the Capitol Hill riot. Of a couple 100 folks. And then you're going to stay with the same breath that Twitter and Facebook. We're not responsible for the months of violence we saw coordinated online. On those platforms and bail him in Antifa. Come on. You've lost all of your credibility at that point. 888 w b a P 800 to 89 227. We're going to make a connection with the attorney General Ken Paxton. Coming up on WB. AP..

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Welcome back my friends. The Fort Worth Police Department is getting her rank by some failed Chicago City Council candidate you got trounced in his election. David Earl Williams. The third is pinging, CBS, 11 and NBC five and Fox for And asking, Why is the forward Police Office Association on Parlor? Because they enjoy freedom. The bigger question is Why the hell David Earl Williams the third or you want Twitter? A platform that believes in suppressing free speech. That That's the bigger question. Why would anybody elect a politician who believed in the suppression of free speech? Why would anybody elected politician who doesn't understand the notion that popular speech needs no protection? Do you guys know one time It was unpopular in this country to say that whites and blacks and Latinos are all Equal, you know, was unpopular. But thank God we had men of good conscience. Not David Earl Williams, the third, that's for sure. Men and women of good countries said You know what? I may not agree with what you say. But I will fight to the death for your right to say it. Popular speech needs no protection. The people who run Twitter and Facebook are dedicated leftists. They have no concept of anything that I just said. They're not intelligent enough to grasp that concept because they're anti American. And they're working at the best of somebody else. Not the American people. Certainly not their customers on Twitter or Facebook, ounce of McKinney, we go, Greg. Welcome. Of course, I'll say does show what do you say? Hey, Chris. Long time with her. I got the issue, with Amazon having four hugs in taxes and apple having a hub in Austin. What can we do? About that to retaliate. I use that word, but what they are doing to free speech. Well, there's always there's always exercising your First Amendment right of protest. Make sure that Everybody shows up. Has knows that they're going to peacefully protest you carry. Just do what the other side does that? Why? I'm sorry. Don't don't don't do what Democrats do. Don't burn. Don't loot Don't destroy Don't kill. Don't maim. Do what Americans do because you know the leftists who were doing all that stuff. They're not really Americans. You show up you show up to these facilities with scientists say we oppose your anti free speech policies in that kind of thing. What can the state what can they date of Texas? Do I mean like when we were attacked them higher, Can we? I protest you know is OK, but to really Go after him to hurt him. I mean, I can't hold my prime Amazon's for you. Good for you. Everything I want. I want to see what you know, Tax a tech we can lead the way and say, you know, we don't accept this, so therefore you're gonna be paying a lot more taxes. Or, you know something like that. See, I great. Can I be honest with you? I had this debate with my kids over the weekend. And I Yeah, I gotta admit to you. That's where I wanted to go first. They're hurting us. I wanted to hurt them. You know, I wanted to be just like them. I wanted to charge uh, a free speech charge on Amazon every product that anybody orders tax it and then use that money to build a competitive for Amazon in Texas, right? I want to do. I wanted to increase the cost of an apple iPhone from $600 to $800 and use that tax to build a competitors for Apple. But I was reminded by my kid's dad, You're a conservative. You don't believe in taxing people. So I'm gonna talk about this..

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"fort worth police department" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The results director my Isha Smith says The program is based off five pillars of success with programs focused on academics, live skills, health and wellness. Service support and safety. We provide how quality education for a Skylar's provide tuition assistance as well as work with our families and our partner in private schools in the coma community to reduce the financial barriers, preventing our scholars in a family from maximizing their greatest potential, she says. It's not just the Fort Worth police Department that guides them on the right path TC. You students also help with tutoring services and help with any academic or behavioral intervention. It really encompasses my my passion and what I believe my purposes. So I live my life and make decisions. Um, asking myself how do I want the best of the world and I find that to be true service at pilot to be in education and advocacy, and I look back on my own life and I am so grateful for for the village that has allowed me to achieve my greatest dreams. I want People. I want people in underserved communities. I want, um little girls to know that if I can do it, you can do it. Regardless of what the statistics say. With the light support with mentor ship with education, the sky is the limit to find out more information or to apply visit operation Progress. F w dot orc. In Fort Worth, I'm Cat Blondes I er w b A P news. We'll take another check of our weather and traffic next and then more news and sports of the day. Would Dennis Martin W B a.

"fort worth police department" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth police department" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"To 89227. Dallas is on track to see its most murders in 16 years. Reports. Uh, w f a T V channel late this afternoon, the most in 16 years. 227 homicides As of right now, at least And 16 years ago, we had 248. Our numbers are on par with Los Angeles. And you need to know that the the homicide numbers are literally on par with Los Angeles And as our mayor Eric Johnson was actually right on something on this. Says that boss Angelus has four million people in this city. We have 1.5 Approximately There is no excuse literally aren't the levels of Los Angeles a foot with four billion people in it? G Math for Dummies. What's wrong with this picture? Los Angeles has almost two times the population of us. You know, we have the same amount of homicides. Hmm. What's wrong with this picture? Let me play some of the audio for you of the homicide update. This is a woman is from W f A T V. Channel eight piece today. Here is a woman who lost Her son, and now her grandson's growing up without a dad. He's angry, Scared play cut one. They talk about black lives matter, and we each did I have the marching and protesting, but do black lives really matter? I'm going to answer that for her. They do not. Now. A. The black lives matter. Gribble tell you why. It's not me saying that it's black lives matter. Black lives matter is not It's um, I'm sorry. You haven't figured this out. You starting to figure it out. But I'm sorry. Didn't know this, But let me help you figure this out. Black lives matter does not care about you. Like last matter does not care about your son and she painfully talked about. It was very touching to me because it made me feel like I was there She this woman is emoting and Talks about what it's like to go and stand in front of your son's body and look at it. As it lives there, and then she she shares about what it's like for a son who's growing up in this angry and scared and thinks he's next and wants take revenge. Thus continuing the cycle. And how nothing is getting solved. Nothing's getting stopped. And so the answer is black lives do not matter because black lives according to black lives matter. Because they are a Marxist anti God anti family organization that is calls themselves black lives matter to use People like you and your son's death. To get power and money. Um, not to save black lives. They used the 14 deaths from cops. Ah, black men, Ah, year as justification to gain money and power. And refused to acknowledge your son's death. It's not about your son. Be outrageously overwhelming amount of dead of black men killed are as this channel eight story says, which we all know killed by almost all. All of them are killed by Young black men now read the direct quote from Thea Tanya Kaiser report this afternoon, Channel eight. Um most homicide victims are black males, often killed by other blackmails So no black lives matter does not believe black lives matter. They just use it to gain power their political organization. So no, I'm sorry they do to people They're not in black lives matter. What? I'm sorry that you were used and duped as a pawn for them to get power and money and influence. But that's what happened. It'll be the second year in a row that murders have been on the rise, reports. Channel eight between 2018 and 2019. Listen to this. This is chief U Haul. This is why I've been telling you that she was going to get fired and be gone by the end of this year and told you that you know, 10 months ago before any of this happened. Because the second year last year Homicide was up 27% last year. Homicide. The murder count Rose 27% last year pre covert. This year. It is up even higher way higher. Understand saying you want a 27% last year this year, it's up way higher this year about to reach a 16 year record. It's all because of chief you whole. But don't but stop would not stop there. You have to understand what's going on. It is because chief U Haul is was hired Sparkles was hired because Teaser TC broad next, the city manager Hired her. He has sole discretion to hire and fire her. Teaser is also a black lives matter. Um, activist. So teaser is the reason That U haul was higher because she represents what he wants. Which is black Lives matter. Propaganda crap, garbage. And the reason teaser is there is because he is hired by the Dallas City Council. They are black lives matter, Activists the majority of them so they put him in power, which is the cut, you know, with the mindset of cops are bad. Stop arresting black men, Uh, even though you should rest, whoever it is, regardless of their color that commits crimes and punishing them. And so that's why they hired teaser and that's why teaser hired chief you whole and that's why you have this situation. There's one other person as part of the Wonder Twin superpower of Black lives matter, Social Justice Warrior activists and that's D A Let him go Cruise. Oh, D a cruise. Oh, AK Urkal is also responsible for this for letting the criminals go free and hunting cops and trying to get them and put them in jail. That's why you have this huge homicide rate as my friends in Fort Worth police Department for with Police Officers Association, Manny Ramirez, my friend. Says the reason why you're having massive homicides up in four worth as well. There are 100 not to 20 not to 27 like Dallas, um, is because they're not proactively policing anymore. And the reason why they're not proactively police. Being more is because they're not allowed to And the reason why is because of black lives matter and black lives matter. Gains more power by the cops, not pro police being pro doing pro policing. Because it allows more deaths and more homicide and more friction with cops, which gets them more money and more power. It is a beast that will be fed and grow until the dupes that are being used by them realize it and flushed them down the toilet. And so that's what this is now. I've got more audio gonna play for you from this.

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Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief, Dallas

WBAP Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief, Dallas

"People have been chosen his finalists for the chief of police job in Fort Worth. Worth. The The six six were were selected selected from from a a field field of of more more than than 50 50 applicants. applicants. City City Council Council members members will will be be briefed briefed on on details details of of the the next next phase phase of of the the interview interview process. process. During the council meeting next Tuesday, the city did a nationwide search to of the finalists are from the Metroplex. Assistant chief Julie Swearingen from the Fort Worth Police Department and the chief of the Carrollton Police Department. Derek Miller,

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Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief, Dallas

Mark Levin

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief, Dallas

"The city of Fort Worth his name six finalists and its search for a chief of police, according to city manager David Cook, More than 50 people had applied for that job. Chief Ed Kraus announced his retirement earlier this year. One of the finalists is from within the department. Julie Swearingen is an assistant chief within the Fort Worth Police Department.

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Dallas-Fort Worth PD Announces Arrest In 1974 Cold Case Murder Of Carla Walker

Jim Bohannon

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas-Fort Worth PD Announces Arrest In 1974 Cold Case Murder Of Carla Walker

"What worth police have made an arrest in the 45 year old Cold case murder of a 17 year old Western Hills student who was brutally attacked and killed in 1974. 77 Glenn McCarley is charged with capital murder in the death of Carla Walker. Walker's family told the Fort Worth Star Telegram that police concluded that McCurley was responsible for the attack on Carla and her boyfriend as they sat in his car outside Wrigley Bowling Alley. Carla had been beaten, tortured, raped and strangled before her body was dumped in a culvert near Lake Been Brooke. The Fort Worth Police Department will hold three o'clock news conference this afternoon concerning the

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2 Juveniles Arrested In Shooting Of Off-Duty Dallas Officer Near Fort Worth Stockyards

Red Eye Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

2 Juveniles Arrested In Shooting Of Off-Duty Dallas Officer Near Fort Worth Stockyards

"Police say the duty officer that was shot near the stockyards Sunday afternoon is still recovering, and two people are now under arrest for worth. Police say the officer was holding his wife's purse when suspects attempted to steal it. Officer Tracy Carter says he was shot in the torso but is in stable condition recovering. We have two suspects in custody, all suspects or juvenile. Now under the age of 17 he says, If you have any additional information, contact the Fort Worth Police Department This happened at around 4 45 Sunday afternoon near the Fort Worth

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Fort Worth Police Drop Rioting Charges Against Protesters

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Fort Worth Police Drop Rioting Charges Against Protesters

"And the former chief of police says charges will be dropped against protesters defied Krause says the dozens of protesters arrested on the west seventh street bridge may thirty first will not face any charges he issued a letter saying he's dropping charges of rioting in those arrested will be getting a letter telling them of his decision shave grass went on to say quote this is just one step on a long journey but I hope it shows that the fort worth police department is committed to walking the path of reform with our

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Dallas - Police Investigating After Baby And 4-Year-Old Are Shot At Motel In South Fort Worth

Chris Krok

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Dallas - Police Investigating After Baby And 4-Year-Old Are Shot At Motel In South Fort Worth

"The fort worth police department is investigating what they believe is an accidental shooting at the dell worth N. on east Felix street it happened around eight o'clock this evening that motels on the city's south side officials say two small children were injured when a one year old child got a hold of the gun it went off the little boy was injured but it's unclear if he was shot a bullet fragment hit another four year old in the lower part of his body both were taken to the hospital police say they're in stable condition the crimes against children's unit is looking into

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Dallas - Fort Worth Police Changes Safety Protocols Since Two Officers Test Positive for COVID-19

Jim Bohannon

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Dallas - Fort Worth Police Changes Safety Protocols Since Two Officers Test Positive for COVID-19

"The fort worth police department has changed many safety protocol since two officers tested positive for covert nineteen fort worth police officers now required to wear gloves and masks and must keep a six foot distance if they can help it many were Mira's as president of the fort worth police officers association says it's been awkward for officers to adjust but it's crucial to protect officers and the community he says they also have limited roll call to limit large

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Father dies weeks after daughter is shot and killed by officer

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Father dies weeks after daughter is shot and killed by officer

"Father of the woman shot and killed in her home in a fort worth by a fort worth police officer the father has died a family spokesperson says fifty nine year old marquees Jefferson the father of a ton Tiana Jefferson died Saturday his death comes less than a month after his daughter was fatally shot Erin dean resigned from the fort worth police department and was charged with her murder last month the Dallas County judge granted Jefferson a temporary restraining order giving him full authority to make arrangements for his daughter's funeral and burial those close to the family say Jefferson suffered a heart attack Clayton level

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Officer, Prime Minister and Israel discussed on Arizona's Morning News

Arizona's Morning News

02:09 min | 5 years ago

Officer, Prime Minister and Israel discussed on Arizona's Morning News

"A sell off that marked the worst start to april since the great depression all three major indexes tumbled the dow shedding four hundred fifty nine points worries about a trade war with china ronald the market strategist art hogan don wanted a trade war we hope this is something we negotiate but right now tariffs and protectionism certainly have market's concerned that that could slow down the global economy president trump's renewed twitter attacks against amazon put pressure on that stock down over five percent on the day president trump continues to call for tighter border security and to blame democrats for ending the daca program protecting undocumented immigrants brought to the us as children by not approving immigration measures trump wanted in the latest spending bill democrats have really let them down they've really let him down they had this great opportunity the democrats have really let them down it's a shame and now people are taking advantage shed trump spoke at the white house easter egg roll today he holds a baltic summit there with the leaders of estonia latvia and lithuania over sixteen hundred rounds of ammunition and a semiautomatic firearm were found after an eighteen year old exchange student from taiwan was arrested for threatening to shoot up a philadelphia area high school on so son allegedly a fellow student to stay home on may first because the quote was going to shoot up the school police were notified the fort worth police departments investigating a weekend arrest caught on video the fifty second clip posted on facebook shows a white officer kneeling on a black man's back and punching him while a black officer knees him in the side police a forest curry was intoxicated violent but currie's lawyer says he has a history of seizures and experienced one that caused him to be disoriented african migrants in israel lurched between hope and despair yesterday prime minister benjamin netanyahu had announced a deal with the un to give residency that thousands of african migrants in exchange for western nations resettling the same number hours after announcing the deal he put it on hold the arrangement had drawn opposition from within his governing coalition and today style serve it almost fifteen hundred women about body confidence and found we haven't come a long way baby sixty five percent of respondents feel their life would be better if.

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Sacramento police chief struggles with change after shooting

The Mike Opelka Show

02:07 min | 5 years ago

Sacramento police chief struggles with change after shooting

"A sell off that marked the worst start to april since the great depression all three major indexes tumbled the dow shedding four hundred fifty nine points worries about a trade war with china rental the market strategist art hogan no one wanted a trade war we hope this is something we can negotiate but right now tariffs and protectionism certainly have markets concerned that that could slow down the global economy president trump's renewed twitter attacks against amazon put pressure on that stock down over five percent on the day president trump continues to call for tighter border security and to blame democrats for ending the daca program protecting undocumented immigrants brought to the us as children by not approving immigration measures trump wanted in the latest spending bill democrats have really let them down they've really let him down they had this great opportunity the democrats have really let them down it's a shame and now people are taking advantage of dhaka that's a shame trump spoke at the white house easter egg roll today he holds a baltic summit there with the leaders of estonia latvia and lithuania over sixteen hundred rounds of ammunition and a semiautomatic firearm were found after an eighteen year old exchange student from taiwan was arrested for threatening to shoot up philadelphia area high school on so son allegedly told a fellow student to stay home on may first because the quote was going to shoot up the school police were notified the fort worth police departments investigating a weekend arrest caught on video the fifty second clip posted on facebook shows a white officer kneeling on a black man's back and punching him while a black officer knees him in the side police a forest curry was intoxicated and violent but currie's lawyer says he has a history of seizures and experienced one that caused him to be disoriented african migrants in israel lurched between hope and despair yesterday prime minister benjamin netanyahu had announced a deal with the un to give residency to thousands of african migrants in exchange for western nations recently in the same number hours after announcing the deal he put it on hold the arrangement had drawn opposition from within his governing coalition and today style serve it almost fifteen hundred women about body confidence and found we haven't come a long way baby sixty five percent of.

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