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"gerry weber" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:56 min | Last month

"gerry weber" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Gonna be sunny, hazy, humid 91 for a high and tomorrow or the same are I'll be about 90 degrees Tuesday. Some clouds rolling, but it's still be on the sunny side that it's gonna be hot Human beach in 88 for a high then Wednesday, there is a slight chance for a shower with a high temperature of 88 degrees. Right now. In Germantown. It's 78 Start events at 80 McG. Wanna go has 79 degrees and we have 80 degrees at WTMJ at 9 23. Well, of course, we've been talking so much about the box. Some of the stories of kind of, you know, flown under the radar. And even though Officer Joseph Mensah is no longer with the Wauwatosa Police department. Another lawsuit was filed in federal court against him. A former chief Barry Weber, and the city by attorney Kimberley Motley. And attorney rightly is joining us on our WTMJ Hotline and Kimberly explain the most recent litigation. Well. That civil lawsuit is in regards to the July 16th 2000 and 15 shooting and killing of Antonio Gonzalez. By Joseph Mensah. And at that time he was working as a wallet tells the police officer and she former chief Gerry Weber was the chief of police. Then that's what that lawsuit is to essentially wrongful death. So what are you hoping to get from that for the family? Well, I mean, we're hoping to get justice. You know, that's always the bottom line with these lawsuits is that we believe the actions of Joseph Mensah with regards to the killing of frankly all three men, including Antonio Gonzalez. Was not justified. We believe that adjustments had not been properly supervised and also frankly vetted by the wall was told the Police department and I believe that there is interesting testimony that was taken from Chief Webber during the John Doe hearing that was shocking to us in his testimony, he Basically said in open court, and it was the first time that he had ever been forced to testify for any of these cases. He tried to argue that he shouldn't be able to testify. But the judge disagreed with that. In his testimony, he testified that There was not a standalone fitness for duty policy with the walls of the police department after the shooting event, Gonzalez and Jay Anderson in his testimony, he said, I think we have a policy. He wasn't sure exactly where that was, And he said something like it was embedded within another policy, which is frankly unacceptable. You know, when an officer is involved in a very serious circumstance, they should be properly vetted and evaluated by any police department. To make sure they are able to go back to work and this is not just for the safety of the officer, but it's also for the safety of the public. We believe that there is some real problems with the way that Joseph Mental is vetted just coming in as a police officer for the city of what would help find that extremely concerning yet there were two officers involved in the shooting of Gonzales Officer Joseph Mensah. And also officer Jeffrey Newman. Is he named in this lawsuit? Unfortunately, Jeffrey Newman, he passed away. I believe it was last year, so he is not named in the lawsuit to be clear. Joseph Mensah shot his weapon eight times. And Officer Newman's fired his weapon one time and even with testimony that we received with chief Webber when he actually was questioned by Steve the Skew bitch during an interview, he talked about often Newman and not so glowing terms as a rookie police officer at that point in time, MENSA when he shot and killed Antonio de Bellas Had only been a police options. While we told the police Department for seven months, he shot his weapon eight times, which is ridiculous. He was the second officer who right at right at the scene. Officer Newman was there before him so an afternoon was a senior to MENSA, and he was the one that drew his weapon and fired eight shots. We think that that's extremely concerning and frankly, we think that it was unlawful, which is why we filed the lawsuit. Officer man. So, of course, is black. And in the lawsuit. You allege that he racially profiled Gonzalez. Could you explain that, please? Well, I mean, I think the fact that it's no secret that officer menses three. People they kill were three males of color. And we believe that that it was part of his decision making process and deciding whether or not to draw his weapon, and she used his weapon. We think that he Has exhibited extreme bias and his policing practices with all three men. Gonzales though, wasn't black. Gonzales was I'm Latin X Hispanic. So was so you know. So you're saying there was a pattern of behavior on the part of Officer Benzo? I think there definitely was a pattern of behavior on Officer MENSA. And I think it's really interesting, unfortunate and interesting that you know all his victims were males of color, especially in a city. What? What? Elsa is a C with 49,000 people. Where I believe over 80% of the population is white has less than a 5% population of black people and an even smaller Hispanic population. The fact that Mensah killed three males of color. It's a pattern, you know, and we believe there was racial bias in his policing. Officer Mensah was he was awarded with a medal of valor for his bravery in the Gonzalez incident. I mean, what's interesting is that he was awarded this medal of valor two months after he shot and killed J. Anderson. So the timeline is he shoots and killed Antonio Gonzalez on July 2015. Then 11 months later shoots and kills J. Anderson in June of 2016 while he's under investigation for that shooting. He gets a medal of valor for having shot and killed Antonio about the year prior. When we question former chief Very Weber, who put him up for that medal? He doesn't remember. Eden was able to provide. You know any substantial paperwork on that he doesn't remember. And frankly, I think that he was given that as a matter of show because he was currently Under investigation when we receive that medal For having shot and killed J. Anderson two months prior, who is the subject of the John Doe hearing in judge on here? Of course. Right after the news. We're going to ask Attorney Motley about the decision expected Wednesday on whether Joseph Mensah will be charged with second degree reckless homicide. It's 9, 29 and 80 degrees at WTMJ. As an independent tire and service centre. Our loyalty is to you, not the manufacturer. It's a tire manufacturers goal to design a superior tired, It's our job to ensure the right tires are properly.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Schwartz. My guest is every Wednesday here in WTMJ show, stick around through the break and we're talking about a great event coming up. To benefit law enforcement after the news, Anne So I mentioned before the break. We were talking about this crackdown on unregistered vehicles and license plates, missings missing and the role of elected officials. So you've you've represented very well. I think the attitude and the response of law enforcement what do you want us to do here? Because we can guarantee almost Certainly that we're going to get a lot of pushback when we start going after people. Some people of color in these communities because they are not following the rules. What do you think? The elected official? I don't see speculation. But what you think the elected officials response to that one is because the law enforcement being put between a rock and a hard place on this thing. We'll have to look at the data and that keeps us from and that and that keeps. I think the discussion from turning into a police are racist, You know, discussion because they are going to be Stopping cars disproportionately, Uh, you know, in certain areas account, uh, definitely hope in a hold the reckless card. You've got somebody for reckless driving. So that car it creates an instant consequence for bad behavior, right Finding somebody for not having their you know, they're like they're Carmelite minced, You know that's something someone may or may not eventually pay. So I think that the politicians are going to say, what do you want us to do? You know, by and large There are, you know, rains and rains of of complaints with elected officials saying, Hey, reckless driving is out of control. Help do something. This may be. This is certainly shows that there's a discussion somewhere, but we got to get we got to keep going with that discussion and saying, Okay, we're going to tell the police stop people without their you know, without their their properly licensed vehicle. But then when that turns out to be a woman who's got like three jobs, and it's just trying to Keep food on the table. And then she doesn't interview with the local TV stations, saying, Don't the police have anything better to do? Then we got to decide if that's if that law is structured the way we want it to be. Anne Schwartz my guest here, Wtmj when you talk to chief, so now, you You talked a lot of them. I've had him on the show. And I've asked. The question is, is there more of this behavior? Um The answer is usually yes, and I talked to truck drivers on the show as well. And they say they've never seen it this bad. So clearly the behavior is getting worse now. Whether the enforcement is the reason or just the way that people approach driving in general, I'm not sure what the answer is. But the bottom line is There's not a day that goes by when I don't drive up to Capitol Drive here at Radio City where I don't see some really insane driving practices just on my 20 or 25 minute commute. Clearly, something is going on with driving in Milwaukee, and it's been this way for a while. Annie. Absolutely and and please don't hear me say, let's not enforce that. I'm saying we add that it's horrible. And then people are innocent people are dying. As a result of the way that these that these drivers are comporting themselves in our city streets, But But what I do want to emphasize is that if we can all agree That all right, Let's let's target people who don't licensure vehicles. Then we have to be ready for you know for what's going to happen when we do make those When we do write those citations when you know when people say you are unfairly targeting. Certain parts of the city and we have to be ready for what we're going to say in response to that, if we're truly going to do something about this, this reckless driving issue, which is huge, and cops want there to be something that we do about it. They want some power to do something. Yeah, and they they want less of it because it makes their life easier because they have to deal with some serious implications of these. These idiots racing around our streets. Well, who are you? Stop it, You know who do you? You know you've stopped the car. They're driving recklessly. There's no license plate. Uh, you know, so that there's going to be a success story. We found the skies that all kinds of you know he's got guns in the car. Is that drugs in the car? Uh and we're going to tell his vehicle and take it away. But again, we can't then punished the police for doing for enforcing that law. If we're going to put that law on the books, you know every discussion. I'm singing out there when we're talking about police and policies is, you know Is not just from the police, but let's redirect the police. So let's talk about if you're going to be supportive. When we do go after, you know, unlicensed drivers in this fashion. She is anti Swartz. She is on fire. She'll stick around through the news. We're talking about a big event coming up this this weekend on Saturday, we'll talk to Annie about that, and a whole lot more. It is 9 31 from the WTMJ breaking news center. Nice, balding. Thank you. Steve, the city of what was also taking the next step towards finding a new police chief to members of the Milwaukee Police Department, including acting chief Jeffrey Norman. Among the three finalists for that job. Former chief Gerry Weber retired last week. The city of Milwaukee and its former police chief, Alphonse, Um, around. This will meet via teleconference this afternoon to try and find some resolution in their fight over his demotion. Judge last month gave the city until the beginning of July to reach a settlement agreement with Morales. Or else he'd be able to be reinstated to his old job. And the state Senate today poised to vote on a bill banning police using chokeholds except in life threatening situations or to defend themselves that measure up for approval, this afternoon's one in many of a series of police.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

04:00 min | 6 months ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Okay choose your own adventure. Drake kick the shit out which ta state ucla You know what is oh choked it away this you're going to be on his own. This year slipped. i flipped. i couldn't do it. It wasn't natural. I couldn't flip it this. This is a game where izzo chokes it away. At the end he mismanages something. You might even get a did all mike in the second half and our guy mick cronin demolishes and people are asking is izzo on the hot seat. Interesting this is it is it is like weird having. Ucla and michigan state in the first four. Yeah i'm going to take michigan state and drake. Who's playing the other games. Oh maybe appalachian state altro stay norfolk state and mount saint. Mary's texas other. You're gonna take drake. Pf team i am actually taking. Yeah yeah well. That's kind of messed up. Imagine i never met the skis. Get drop your jokes you know. I did have a joke. that's i was. I was telling you in the car. You have the for their eleven. What are they seeing. What drake should have no problem. Giving the shocker to and eleven euro and you combined with which state that say nice So we'll be very wrong. Do you want to predict Tonight's games i like drake because they're getting their best player back tank hempel pretty cool name. That's very cool. Yeah same tank. So you should xinquan. Is his real name tank. His name's forget that you said that yes tank. Okay then Gerry weber is who i can't wait a wrong in like the wichita state wins by million. I actually have his owes. You hate wichita state. Which i saw stay fuck me in the face last. I just heard so many people. Say that wichita state shouldn't even be here on into that but then they're they don't do anything good. They're all hearing all week long so no one wants to hear. You shouldn't be here. they don't do anything. Good shit ted lasso. Yes that's true football. Yeah they don't actually know what they don't even have a football program. No that's i think they did that on purpose. Nineteen was one thousand nine hundred eighty s nineteen nineties. They just said we're gonna concentrated on being a basketball than they sucked at that. No thank you then. They got ron baker on fred vanvleet and every all right so let's talk about the bracket real quick. Let's go on the record. Final fours I'm going to bet every game. So that doesn't i mean that's kind of outside of the final four. Pf t yes. Gimme your final four okay. This is a lock. These are my final fours. Tease locks of the century gonzaga. You want to actually do lead. Eight anthony for a final four. That's true that's true. Yep you're big cat. We're broadcasting professionals looking at bracket. I don't want to burst your bubble so am i. Yeah what are you looking at. Hank computer made for you. Oh yeah you're randomize randomize pro you hit the random absolutely also full disclosure. I'm looking at a bracket on a screen right now. So i like holding the bracket i do better when i'm holding paper bracket so if my picture wrong is because i'm looking at a computer right right right so Out of the west or was that the set was that the state almost of sorry. Yeah vagus west. You screwed us. Yeah with gave us on. So i'll take the hit for it. Also jacobite you. Jake is my teammate. Our team name is march madness Were competing and more on madness on the borstal sportsbook and it's gonna be great contest but i'm a little bit worried about jake because jake is not nervous at all. This is the first time playing with live bullets and he's not nervous. It's report depending on families. I hope i do them. I hope i help them out. But like getting cited never experienced combat before. Jake jake is in the marines. And he's on a helicopter done this hundreds of times.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

The Ultimate Health Podcast

08:14 min | 11 months ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

"What to do but if we lead by example lead by example, I think we we gravitate towards that end has your dad's seeing the finished film yet. Yeah. My Dad did Cedar National were you at them when he watched it the first time I wasn't because I was traveling for so long and he was really wanted to watch data I would like to watch it. Would you the first time Technolo-? We talked for a while afterwards and. He still doesn't think that ahead anxiety thickening anxieties real saying he was kind of giving me a hard time for put myself out there so much and being so vulnerable and just up and you would think that my dad would say he said at all, it's just put it that way. But I think it also to see that there we've had conversations you're asking right argued I got good job raising like you know why are we suffering so much so that those kind of questions came up from him seeing the film that really opened the doorway to us having deeper conversations and in our relationship, and like you talked about earlier, the film foresee to do things that you might not have done otherwise and that conversation with your dad is probably a great example and I'm sure it sounds like that's transformed that. In. So many ways just something else. I'm sure you're probably grateful for for this film hundred percent different transform relationship, my dad, and with my brother to actually. A very deep, very healing multi our conversation with my brother, and we were going to put that film as walks with very, very amazing and very beautiful very for both of us. But as after we filmed not mark, the other guys was working with us. He was carrying allowed top and he had the hard drive that had the stuff on it. He was was about to start backing up in many different places. So we had it. fell off the computer broke. So that whole cuff. And we spent a lot like. Energy and money trying to recover it because there's services that will help you recover like broken known could fix it so that conversation was just meant for me and my brother to have in that moment but was also very deep and very healing conversation and was there any other footage on the hard drive will? Yeah I. Think there was never some bureau like shots of the city and I don't really know to be honest maybe like me. Now as an accepting thing I, I was like now my brother. So bond richest, she flew to New York and he was there and he had to leave work and he couldn't really come and know we were deleting the conversation because I was sick at the time, and then finally we made it happen and then it was a beautiful amazing conversation. Everybody was like Oh my God. This is so great share with people and then we. Broke. It just shows. We only have so much control. Exactly. So how much footage should you guys and shooting in that five years a couple of hundred hours stuff for sure and so many hard drives. They can decide the amount of hard drives because we shot everything in like a red camera in six K. and like raw. So the amount of footage we had anyone of terabytes. Overwhelming and watching that final cut of the film did you have a lot of say actually what went into vinyl cut for sure? Yeah. I mean I wasn't day to day in the editing room because I really trust the people that we worked with I know that I did the best that I could. So they would you know after a couple of weeks like James, we have a version together and it's and make notes we kind of. Made No, and then they give another version and then we'd make notes together. Kind of evolves in that way anything from all that raw footage you can think back to that the watching the final you really wish that was in there the other piece for sure and there's so much like we did a whole section we went to Nepal and your friend of mine's mazing guy. He was actually on Everest when the earthquake hit Nepal years ago and he ran down like the from Everest base camp he ran down the mountain to see like complete devastation with earthquake did changes life into service and he started. Rebuilding schools for kids in the Paul. So we went to Nepal helped to rebuild schools and studied in monasteries while we were there had this insane car ride like in his Nepalese mountain with like it was raining and roads this big or no railings it was crazy moment and we had it on film and stuff like that, and it didn't make the cut. Also, I got to go do a silent retreat with Mukherjee in Portugal and invited me Fashir from afterwards we got to spend a whole day filming together, but it was so late in the filming process that we couldn't really put it in properly. was such a beautiful moment i. really wish that that also could have been in the film which we unfortunately didn't get to put in. There was so much good stuff. You know like I talked to Russell Brand for two hours and Gerry Weber or the guy is the tables across from me having those beautiful chats with a three hour conversation and it's only in the film for like six minutes. So there's so much amazing understanding learning that team from those conversations and you know unfortunately we. Five minutes. So we've said to put the most key powerful moments in it that would help to tell the story of of what we wanted to tell, and is there a reason not to extend that to hours like ninety five minutes? Is that kind of the sweet spot documentary? Is there? Yeah. I mean it just from people we heard to keep it like an hour and a half and it. Cuts two hours, arms, kind of stuff but it kind of dragged on and it's not like a also we. Kind of timeless way that was our goal is not like these other films that you see on Netflix and stuff like Bam. Bam. Bam Bam animations and fast music and you know all that stuff. It's like a slow film because you really need to watch it and like understand what's being said it's very dense. So I think it would have been more difficult for people to sit through it if it was two or three hours long because it's like so sick. And information you know. So we tried to cut it back and terrorists story this message in a short amount of time as we possibly could so that we can hold people's attention. Yeah, and I did notice while watching it that slower pace you talk about that artistic field to it and I think that is very fitting given the subject matter of you know things like yoga meditation being present slowing down. So it just it all fit very nice when you're really Talk, about the first time you watch the movie whenever that Y? The. final. Kite. Your life this is a big time investment. A lot of energy went into it. Where were you watching it and talk about what that experience was like I I am we rented like an old theater in Colorado estes park is like one of the oldest theaters in the country and we had like twenty or twenty five people come together and watch it and was just a really beautiful experience to see it was like meditation because I'm watching myself go through all of this stuff and every time i. see I feel it. The scene where I'm screaming are whereas WASCO. So sees moments and I kind of relived them in a sense you know and then seeing how other people. Uncomfortable because I'm putting myself out there so much. You know sometimes when I'm watching theater whatever I like look around Seattle other people are like reacting to it and you know it really bothers me when I look on you ever people like on their phones the whole time I, was at a film festival and I don't think the guy next to me knew that I was the one film or whatever. He was just the entire time dislike texting our just like. But it is going surrender to it. You know what I mean. Those different things happen every time we watch it but in general, it's really cool. I really grateful really really fortunate and I'm definitely coming from a super privileged position I completely recognize that to be able to travel around the world and to have these experiences all it's a beautiful film I highly recommend people go and give it a watch chasing the present and it came on September twenty, nine, I think it was you. Had to buy it initially when it came out on on itunes school do it's Roker Snow Okay and by the time this comes out I think it's going to be available as it just the first week that you have to buy it starting October six it's available for rent. Okay. So other than people checking out the film James,.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"I. Do not believe that this pullback is permanent I believe it's exactly what it looks like. It is a market that has skyrocketed and then gives back some giving people an opportunity to get in still much higher than the could have gotten in on the a few weeks ago. That's my opinion it could be wrong but it's my opinion. We've got a very busy program today include Anna Very Important program by coincidence we have two very important gas both. Right now in the middle of huge and significant issues. Right around three forty, five, this afternoon, we're going to be cy joined by Wisconsin Senator Ron. Johnson who has subpoenaing they have head of the FBI. To try to get answers to what appears to be stonewalling from the highest levels of the government. The whole genesis of the investigate trump Ukraine, etc story. Senator Johnson is issuing subpoenas trying to get the FBI to have to come in and answer questions presumably under oath. In an attempt to get to the bottom of. One of I think the highest lacks of governmental corruption in modern times with the FBI and the Justice Department was part of an attempt in the tail end of the Obama era. To try to literally rigged election then lied To a court in an attempt to get a search words that it's way. Senator Johnson who has really upped the ante year with this announcement over the last twenty, four hours that he's going to be issued subpoenas will be joining us at three forty five at four thirty this afternoon, we're going to be talking to the police chief and wall. Boto. Saberi? Weber. If, you've been following getty thing. Let's sitting to my program or others over the last couple of days. You're aware there was a very violent act at very violent that occurred Saturday night and well Matosa at the home that was being occupied on by his girlfriend, but being occupied by embattled Watto. So police officer Joseph Mensah. A Milwaukee State Assemblyman. David Bowen who is part of the mob outside of that home is now refuting allegations. That officer minutes it was targeted with an act of violence. WE'RE GONNA be talking to while but police chief, Gerry Weber above that situation and the other situations that are going out of Auburn Tosa that's at four thirty this afternoon. Despite coincidence got rid of his normally. But these are both things that need to be done. Speaking of need to be done. Let's do the season's summer cash contests texted word for the.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Is the Mark Belling late afternoon show on news talk, 11 30 W. Said. They're talking about all the grocery chains that have opened in the Milwaukee area over the last Two years. The shakeouts already occurring hours has been open for. I think only two years and they're closing the store in downtown Milwaukee. This is a popular chain from Madison, the open their store in the I mean, they had everything go right. They moved into the 7 77 building. They thought that let's take advantage of the zillions of people who worked downtown to grab a goal kind of thing. Decency. I soar well. Every office and dot building in downtown Milwaukee is closed. Northwestern Mutual Shut down. That apartment building isn't full like that store was close to a convenience store. You guys parked right in front of could run in and grab my stuff. Be five feet from the door. And so I just think a lot of grocery teens are going to go under, especially if you go to this kind of delivery boat. That a lot of them just don't have the kind of Warehousing and product selection, and they're just not set up to be able to compete in that environment. Anyway, As I indicated, we're gonna turn our attention now to the developments. They have surrounded the situation that occurred in Wauwatosa. On Saturday night and shortly we're going to be joined by the wall, but does the police chief Gerry Weber. For those of you who haven't closely followed this. There have obvious I won't give you all the background because most of you know the story. There's been ongoing protests in Wauwatosa even before the George Floyd situation over this, that and the other thing and They have focused locally on the case of Officer Joseph MENSA, who is the police officer who shot and killed a man who, armed with a stolen gun was part of a group that was causing a disturbance and running toward Mayfair Mall. While armed with that stolen gun. He also had 36 rounds of ammunition and an extended magazine. And according to the police investigation, he fired a shot that officer men sub and protesters have been going after Officer men ever since The wall photos the city council. Recommended that he his employment be terminated in the fire and police Commission has suspended him. As I had predicted. This is not satisfied the protesters who have disrupted government meetings who made wild statements at a public meeting at hard Park, and then on Saturday, I took their protest directly to the home. Off officer Men's his girlfriend, who is a police officer in Milwaukee. Where Officer Benson Wass and a situation developed in which Officer MENSA says that he was shot at Before we talk to Chief Webber. I want to deal with two new developments today. The first A letter that was sent today by Congressman Jim Sense it better. Guys, you probably know this city election today to replace time is the sense of better who's been in the house for a long, long time Republican primary Today is between Clift Temple and Scott Fitzgerald and the Republican candidate for that seed is going to be determined in today's election. But sensitive writer is still there since it brothers. This thick includes portions, but not all of Wauwatosa. He sent the following letter to me, your dentist McBride of Wauwatosa today, Dear Mayor McBride. I write to you today concerning the deteriorating security and policing in Wauwatosa. The protests, which may have started peacefully have been growing ever more violent and the event Saturday night outside the residence of Officer Joseph Mintz have required a meat require immediate leadership and strong action from you. And the elected leaders of Wauwatosa first allow me to be clear that I am and always will be supportive of American citizens. First Amendment rights, having said that ever since the death of George Flight in Minneapolis and the protests and the protests the incident sparked There has been a push by community leaders throughout the country to weaken, defund and abolish police departments in several cities. Locally, Officer MENSA has become the poster child for this movement due to his three officer involved shooting incidents. Officer MENSA has dedicated his life to protecting our community and has been cleared by the Milwaukee County District attorney's office of two of the three shootings in which he has been involved. The third incident is still under review. Despite the decisions by the Milwaukee County D. A. You're common council passed a resolution calling for the termination of officer menses employment with the Wauwatosa Police Department. While I understand the common Council wants to bring reforms that the OPD the consequences of their actions are having serious repercussions for the residents of your community. Citizens of Baba Tosa are being harassed by these protests. Protesters who have now laid siege to a residence in your community where a gun was fired at a home with women and Children inside. Actions like this, and the breakdown of law and order will spread fear and force the citizens of Allah toasted to reconsider their choice to reside there. The mass emigration from your city would be devastating to the very fabric of that community. In addition to the detrimental effect it would have on your tax base schools and city sciences. As I believe we are teetering at a crisis. I am offering my assistance. I stand ready to contact federal law enforcement agencies and bring them to Wauwatosa in order to bring peace and tranquility back to the community. I look forward to hearing from you. Well, we have reached a critical tipping point in Wauwatosa. I am confident that if we work together, we can restore the rule of law. It is crucial that we strive to preserve the excellent quality of life that has drawn so many toe work. And raise their families in Wauwatosa and signed by Jim Sensenbrenner, member of Congress. His district includes portions of the city of Wauwatosa. Seconds slow. State representative David Bowie and Milwaukee who says he was part of the demonstration in protests that occurred outside this residents. That officer Benson was at on Saturday night is saying that nobody tried to kill Officer MENSA, and he's blaming MENSA for all of the developments that occurred. Quoted in the Js online today, Bowen said, and I quote from the story, Bowen said No protesters fired at MENSA during the protest. It should Bob said 50 to 60 people outside menses Wauwatosa home again. It's actually his girl friend's home. But he's residing there. Bowling and other protesters said they were provoked by MENSA before the physical altercation that took place out outside his home quote. It was clearly communicated as we were trying to figure out what happened that it was Joseph MENSA in that tussle that turned off the safety on that firearm and told the trigger. Owen said today, the Wauwatosa Police Department issued a statement saying there is a lot of false information and rumors being circulated on social media and through the news media regarding the events on Saturday night, August 8th outside the home where Wauwatosa Police officer Joseph MENSA was stag best includes an accurate information and allegations contained an official press releases from a state elected official was outside of the home. Well criminal conduct and a shooting occurred. What occurred Saturday night was not organized a peaceful protest. It was a targeted planned act of violence against one of our police officers. In our community. This is an active ongoing investigation and evidence continues to be gathered regarding the events of August 8. Investigators are looking through a large amount of high quality video footage from the scene and are working to identify suspects and vehicles involved in any illegal activity. A statement, then quotes police chief. Very Weber The welcome toast. The Police Department will not stand by and allow this type of intimidating, aggressive, dangerous illegal behavior to occur, especially under the guise of peaceful protests. And with that we are joined right now by while tossed his police chief, Very Weber chief would have to know. Good afternoon, Mark. Thanks for having me before we get into any of the other developments of this. I want to ask you since your department and you put out a press release today, suggesting that the statements by representative born are not accurate. What Specifically, are you saying.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Standing up for gay this is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty. San. Drove observational skills will notice that much variance pouring rain right down pretty much the farther south you are. The likely are that you're getting storms have a tornado warning in effect for about fourteen more minutes for Racine county a part of this strong line of storms. It's mostly in the southern half of the urea kind of shoving right now over toward Lake Michigan part of a big glop of rain. That's over the entire region. We spent the first portion of today's program discussing. The situation in Waubosa said, which has been. Under siege is community even before the George Floyd situation occurred, there's been trouble at Mayfair off and on forever. The been situations in which the police in Waldo toys have been criticized because they've tried to keep order. Following the George Floyd. Situation. Shooting that occurred at Mayfair months ago that was not thought to be controversial at the time in fact. You Go back to win that initial incident occurred at me in which. A gang. Charged for the mall and was being disruptive police responded somebody fired a shot at a cop and the police officer shot back and killed the suspect. There was no criticism at the time. It was only after the George Floyd situation when some black lives matter protesters were looking for some cops somewhere in the state of Wisconsin to make an issue of. That decided to stumble an officer Mensa. Given the fact that he had to earlier police shootings during his career. And they've been raising a stink in Waubosa ever since and. Walmart Tulsa, is. A diverse community, but predominantly white with a lot of people over there that are liberal very much in some respects like madison liberals who pose for their politically correct holy pictures and they have been bending over backwards to people who don't follow any of the rules that people in Walmart Tulsa. Are compelled follow. While Matosa like most liberal could be entities is very anal with the way they run their public. You've got to citizen comments restricted to a certain period of time, and you can link talk for a couple of minutes and so on. Well, they would never allow a resident of Abu to get away with having twenty five people yelling and screaming right during the middle of the meeting and break it all of the roads, but they allowed these demonstrators to do this. They have taken a hands off approach as demonstrators have black traffic and some of the busiest three to the state of Wisconsin. They have been targeted and demanded that officer Joseph Mensah. For that incident that occurred at Mayfair even though as they say, no authority anywhere has ruled that it was a wrongful shooting. As I explained at the time once they rolled over caved in and did this, they merely guaranteed that the pressure would increase. The next thing that would be demanded would be that officer to be thrown in jail the police chief Gerry Weber who's a very good chief. would be fired. They'd next would demand that police be taken out of mayfair altogether, and after that was done, they would try to shut down the entire mall that was my prediction and so far every one of those dominoes has started to fall. It is hopeful that while Tosa will finally start growing. So backboard and try to restore order and community and understand that these are not peaceful protesters but they're insurrectionist who want to destroy community that many of them do not live it. Will Save. Anyway I mentioned chief Weber. Absent. Here in any kind of commentary over the last several days, it's been any comment from the police chief. Now. I. Know Berry Weber the police chief. He's very outspoken. And he's very responsive. The fact that he has not talking means he has been told by Mayor McBride that he can't talk. I believe they're going to try to get Weber to reside again, they're doing everything in their power to appease these protesters in the same way the black lives matter and other liberals wanted chief Morales fired in Milwaukee and got their way they weber out and wobble Tosa. This message is not being lost on the protesters when they keep getting everything that they want, and after that, there's GonNa be a demand that. While what the police have no presence at Mayfair Mall at all and I suspect that they will cave into that as well until Mayfair realizes excuse me while Tosa realizes that the pressure here is coming for people for whom this will never be enough. They don't like police they don't like authority they don't like law and order. And, that's what they're hanging up. He has and that's what's been driving all of this. The fact that they have infiltrated the common council with some insurrectionist type Alderman like heather. Cool. Makes matters worse but it's not an excuse for the rest of the Common Council or the mayor who ought to know better. So anyway I think it's interesting that we haven't heard from chief Webber and I know that's not by chief Weber's choice. It's got to be because the mayor is told chief Weber that he can't talk. So Mayor McBride wants to take charge of the entire police department. Then this is all on him. There's another part of the story that WanNa comment on before I move forward. I mentioned in my commentary earlier, my criticism of the that while all of this was going on there was no police presence, the only tops at the scene. Of the home of officer Mensa and his girlfriend when they were under siege officer Mensa and his girlfriend. There was no. So Police Department there at all. I would love to ask the chief whether or not. They have been ordered to stand down by the mayor and city administrator I suspect. Yes. But they weren't there. When you have a terrifying situation like this that you don't have to I, think police should have been there in riot gear. Just. As a deterrent in case they saw something like a gunshot being fired, they could be ready to respond. But it said there was no one there which of course emboldened the protesters. People always well, that's just going to inflame them know what inflames them as knowing they can get away with this kind of behavior. which generally stops them is when they think that they might get arrested when they're caught breaking the law. I chose in my discussion earlier. Debacles hero use him as my Guinea pig. Do. You know. Anything about officer Mrs, his girlfriend who is the homeowner here Do you know where Well I am not going to name her even though these names social media and so on. Are All over the place because she doesn't need any more crap herself, but she did sort of identify herself and. I've mentioned a couple of times in the past. What she does for a living she's a police officer in Milwaukee. I am told that it was Milwaukee police that responded to the situation in Wildwood Tosa I. Because of lack of confidence that while the Tosa police we're going to show up at all. That's how hands off the police department has been forced to be by the leftist leadership evolved Tosa. Now, I believe that in Milwaukee despite the fact that the fire and police commission got rid of chief, Morales his trying its best determine Milwaukee's police department into a bunch of flowers children. The police officers in Milwaukee will respond when they believe that there is a chance that one of their own is being killed. And there was a very good chance that that's what this thing was going to shake up to be. Once you saw that at least one gunshot was fired into the home. So the statement the camera while the police that multiple jurisdictions responded Milwaukee police responded I believe because they were asked to respond by people in the home who are isolated. So for those of you who live in Oiseaux, on your hands doing nothing for the last number of weeks understand you have a terrible city council understand that your city could fall apart. Unless you grow up and realize that an orderly society we must maintain order and I'm not.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on KOMO

"Safe then comes the decision to repair or replace Brian Calvert komo news arrest warrants issued for two suspected burglars in Seattle after they were allowed to walk free twice in the past week king county prosecutor Dan Cederberg says the two have hit up two hundred homes in neighborhoods across the city and they need to be behind bars they were released obviously there are also syrup in our office we started because we didn't want back in the community court operations have been scaled back and the county has released more than six hundred inmates to prevent covert nineteen cases Bellevue college's board of trustees said former governor Insley out Gary Locke is the first is a finalist for the job of interim president Seattle central college vice president Yoshiko harden and roll rod Regus interim president of East Los Angeles college are also finalists the candidate chosen will replace Gerry Weber who resigned last month with Gail Colton Barger vice president who alternate campus mural of two Japanese American children in a World War two incarceration camp and the air force's top military officer says he's convinced Boeing finally has an acceptable plan to fix the troubled KC forty six tanker more from goals are high greed this month to complete a major overhaul at its expense to replace the three D. cameras helps guide a refueling boom all connected with another plane in mid air the thirty three tankers at a cost of forty four billion dollars have already been delivered with a flawed system and we need to be retrofitted general David Goldfein tells Bloomberg news in addition to the company's agreement to pay for the tanker fixed below will put some of its best engineers on the case flight tests with the redesigned system are projected in twenty twenty two with the improvements retrofitted on tankers already delivered in about July of twenty twenty three hurricanes come on new homeowners on nine ten and we check in at the hardy exterior sports desk it's draft day the Seahawks and the rest of the NFL getting ready for the first round of the draft tonight Cincinnati holds the number one pick undoubtedly will take Joe burrow the quarterback out of L. S. U. as for the Seahawks and the twenty seventh selection name dot all put a lot of thought into who they will pick but of course there are a lot of moving pieces on draft day coach Pete Carroll says there's a benefit to having gone through many dress with John shot or even though this one will be different because it will be held virtually yeah I think there is we have a lot of familiarity and and obviously and we've been through a lot so many scenarios and all that that we feel pretty comfortable at right now we've been doing for so long with the staff and all that junk to work out of these guys though this is this is not uncomfortable for so long we've been we've been doing it you know we've had we've been practicing a whole lot because Randy meeting with the players soon in the same format round one begins at five o'clock sports attentive forty past each hour and traffic and weather just a couple of minutes away couple news time nine eleven as we continue with our top stories now and president trump says the corona virus may not come back later this year more on that from ABC's eva pilgrim president trump insisting if corona virus comes back in the fall it won't be as bad.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To be with you guys from a few tough questions were to start with one one you are you are in a no criticize gel hi Gerry Weber and I'm staying at well that's our news media had said and yeah you know and they've been the entirety of the news media is a criticize Joe Biden freeze on they don't play the video of him the audio for which I play for you they don't they don't show it if you watch CNN you really don't know how bad Joe is if you are G. M. S. N. B. C. you have no clue what's going on anywhere in the world in the country in politics and the economy you have no idea what's going on anywhere if you depend on MSNBC D. N. C. as president trump now because so this is what the media and the Democrats Warren is still in but she's meeting with her clone card today because she's a joke and she's not going anywhere so show me out no time and that leaves us with Biden and Bernie the party will do away with Bernie and curating the Bernie people and then everybody will start looking up Biden and while the news media won't play the video late night TV walk Markham and Saturday Night Live market eventually the American people find out that Biden is not up to the task the Democrats will have to swap them out with a player to be named at a later date thank you you're.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Bellevue college has announced today that the president of the school Gerry Weber and the vice president of the institution of institutional advancement Gail Costin barge will be leaving the school the news comes after the school altered a plaque for a campus mural depicting two Japanese American children in an internment camp in World War two the mural is an art piece by Seattle artist Erin she got key it's called never again is now it was brought to Bellevue college to be recognized the day of remembrance and includes a plaque describing the images significance and highlighting the brutality and inhumanity which happened in the camps in World War two but here's the here's the rub Gail calls didn't barge placed white out over the X. over an excerpt on the plaque referencing the late Bellevue businessman and developer Miller Freeman and the fear mongering and hatred that he incited against Japanese Americans during this time the excerpt read quote after decades of anti Japanese agitation led by eSight businessmen Miller Freeman and others the mass incarceration of Japanese Americans included the sixty family three hundred individuals who farms in Bellevue Bellevue of course at that time was a farming community Paris sevens right Raji shouldn't Sinha had details on former school president Gerry Weber's response in a statement and letter Bellevue college said it was a mistake to alter the artist's work removing the reference gave the impression that the administrator was attempting to remove or re write history Bellevue college has apologized but the student restored the words proving art and speech can't be wiped away Raji spoke to students all throughout Bellevue college gauging the feelings on the artwork Amanda Champa and only second are members of the black student union at Bellevue college drama told Cairo seven TV that she would hope Japanese American students would stick up for black students if they encountered the same situation if something was done to the black kids I want the Japanese kids to stand for me as well and into only second a barge race much more than an excerpt from the mural's plaque the race all whole cultures history one Bellevue college professor Leslie long was deeply angered by the altering I was in range tonight I just could not understand it however press alum was encouraged by how students like amount of Java and roomy sector we're speaking out we've just really been heartened by how this new generation seems to really get Erin she got he spoke to the hill dot com and gave her reaction when she heard about what happened to a piece of work quote I was shocked but not surprised and angry and a little humiliated and sort of things that happen when you work in silence she said she got his father was born in an internment camp giving her unique perspective on the mail that she created the college as invited she got you back to restore the installation on March third and leaders from the Japanese American citizens league zero for solidarity and den show have been invited for remembrance ceremony well tomorrow is super Tuesday which means the candidates who have been falling behind the race for the nomination are beginning to drop out although that looks like two prominent ones are not going to hang around to see how they would have done on super Tuesday south bend Indiana mayor Peter booted judge N. eight Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar both decided to end their candidacy mayor speak spoke over the weekend in south bend officially announcing his remove his dropping out of the campaign after a year of going everywhere meeting everyone defying every expectation seeking every vote the truth is that the path has narrowed to a close for our candidacy if not for our calls in another those values is responsibility and we have a responsibility to consider the effect of remaining in this race any further.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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"gerry weber" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was hiding in a storage room at the tree of life synagogue as he listened to gunfire on the other side of the door he said he was on the phone with the nine one one operators but was unable to breathe much less speak to them when it was all over eleven congregants were dead police say the shooter was a man who expressed anti semitic views before entering the synagogue very Weber joins us now to reflect on that day last year thank you very much for taking the time to talk to us it is my obligation not so much my pleasure but my obligation the anniversary of the shooting is this upcoming Sunday and I was hoping can you talk a little bit about what it's been like to try to move through this past year I can say that it has been bitter sweet the bitterness and not seeing the members of our congregation that we always saw on on a weekly basis but it's a specially this holy season and I happen to be a member of the choir at our synagogue and and not only to be in a different building with different surroundings but to look across the altar where they rabbi stands and not see two of the three faces that I would normally see there it was very very on holiday to me it was a very emotional time for me it's it's going to be hard to through the coming years without them I I understand that earlier this may you decided that it was time to walk over and enter the tree of life synagogue again what made you want to go back and be up close to that place well I had been given a kind of a gentle push by a gentleman named Dan later who have been injured in the original shooting and he had been asked a similar question as to how he can go on how we can go forward and if you could ever go back into the building and his answer was I can't allow the shooter to control my life going forward yeah that struck a note with me so with my psychologists and with my faithful wife and with the security person who happens to be a vice president of tree of life building I walked into the building and what was that like for you to walk in for the first time since last October I paused going down the steps because that's where I was brought face to face with the reality of the shooting to begin with one of the young men who are skilled actually his body was on the steps and I was take him by the arm by the security guard he said you can take the elevator down I said now if I don't go down the steps never get I'm never accomplish what I want to do right so I went down the steps I walked into our room it was quite a bit of disarray chairs and tables and things knocked around still left that way and it was it was in a hurry I will admit that and I had a picture of Richard Godfrey in my hand that I have taken at happier times when we are entering the building this is a friend of yours he was a friend of everybody's but I had a picture in a piece of plastic and I put it on the corporate with the rabbi normally stance where he used to stand as as well to support a rabbi I said a brief prayer looked around the room and then walked into the store room where I had then on that fateful day and it was very very I'm real to be in that room when there's a light now and yet you were still standing there and I'm curious did you accomplish what you wanted to accomplish that assurance to yourself that the shooter no longer controlled you EDS definitely I can go into that building anytime I want I don't know about going into that building per se as a house of worship but I do know that as far as he is concerned the shooter has no more control over me you lost some dear friends that day I was wondering if you could take a moment and tell me a little bit about them who were they it would take me days to tell you about them male wax what a delight the man was probably in his late eighties Costa ninety Mel came always dressed to the nines jacket tie some nice looking pants where I always used to go unless it was a special service I used to go over casual I said to him that from that moment on when I come to services it will be with a jacket and a tie and a good pair of slacks that way I can emulate him and have you fulfill that promise yes I said I made a promise and I kept that promise I saw that your congregation made the shirts with the slogan words matter never forget can you tell me what those words mean to you they need a lot I keep on thinking of of of all the people that are connected to this whole situation whether they be Jewish or non Jewish that are not aware of how words can cause chaos the internet the radio the TV the the means of communications we have today are much much broader than they were back in the days of Adolf Hitler but Adolf Hitler was able to use words that stirred his people into hating our people words have have commas chaos against the Jews and against other minorities for centuries so words matter and if you speak those words how long enough and hard enough certain portions of the population is going to believe them just let me say this there are more good people in this country than there are bad there are more good feelings in this world and there are bad but unless we express some then the bad will take over Gerry Weber is a survivor of the tree of life synagogue shooting thank you very much for taking the time to talk to us today I I wish you all the best it was my pleasure this is NPR news at six twenty nine there's a traffic.

"gerry weber" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"R. N. dot and then may be able to comment on the CIA's involvement or alleged involvement in dealing drugs transporting drugs protecting the dealing in transporting of drugs well the first story that says I just I just found something out that's really cool yeah apparently you know we're talking I had brought up Gerry Weber for a law firm Gerry Weber about the guy from mercury news you talked about the you know the drug running on the C. I. A. kind of planning ended up with a bullet hole in the back of his head essentially it is suicide so you know a couple of shots that so there is a movie with Jeremy Renner I I believe that's winner enter I believe it is it's the bulls eye is it tough guy is it it's the archer from the Avengers series of movies the the new Marvel movies and he's the guy who played that he is in the movie called kill the messenger which is about Kerry web hello so apparently there's a looks like a you know a pretty good suspense is nearly as in like twenty fourteen so not really but not I still haven't seen the Julian assignment that either that's horrible for that one's good yeah so Dave so I was we're just saying this off the air is like this is happened absolutely everybody who's been on the show for some amount of time is we've all fallen for some form of you know what they're now calling fake news and this even though and then Johnson you point pointed out correctly here that even though the site calls itself a satire site it's not writing funny articles in every case there may be some that are more entertaining than others some of them just sound believable and decide to search the site the site is world news daily report dot com it says it's intended to sound like world news daily which is the conservative leaning news and opinion site that has been around for quite a long time so they just added the word report to it and it sounds similar enough right like world news daily world news daily report a you know that somebody is not paying attention is going to see this and they're gonna think it's real plus it's presented as though it is real this here's another headline from them to C. I. A. agents arrested by minute man while crossing Mexican border with thirteen hundred pounds of cocaine and it's got like a picture of what appear to be you know the minute man type of guys with machine guns in fatigues and things like that on say that there is an element of truth to every joke that's right and the thing is that these articles that although these articles might be satirical and I guess they they got out you guys are just great I think but they may be fake but that doesn't change you know that doesn't change my message or the idea that I feel like this is a majorly important subject and that's why we we're going to continue talking about this is this is important and I it it doesn't change like my experience doesn't change anything about my perception that these guys don't want to stop the drugs that that they're involved and in the way that they're profiting from it and I don't mean like captain clean can sergeant you know bill co I'm talking about like people like that like the bush family are people hired a high upside high high up you know are making lots of money off this and they killed a lot of people to protect it and this problem with this is to with this fake news kind of stuff is that you can't it's not easy to spot either because you can't necessarily just trust sites like fact check or pulling a fact or Snopes because every single one of these sites yes you know so while some of them might be say oh well you know what is it daily world Daily News report dot com is gonna be fake news or the onion they're gonna point out the obvious fake news yeah yes some of them might point that out and then they're not going to say that this you know obviously fake story from say CNN which is an outright lie they're not like that yeah you know to help and to write you gotta be careful believing something just because it's written on the mainstream side a lot of times those reporters get the story wrong but in many cases you do get sometimes more than one source for similar stories you can look over and find out what our tea is saying which is Russia Russia today the Russian government propaganda on you kind of have to if you want to read the news you have to read let us you have to read a source that's on the left obviously on the left a source that's obviously on the right and at least one or two international sources when you're looking for news to get a full picture and then you still have to make your own decision it's true yeah well you know it's funny I was looking at me like I look at fox news and I looked at CNN just to kind of see what type of things that they were putting on their website what things they were showing and I thought was really telling about what society's really cares about because you know like he headlines were are about what's the woman's name my N. as zero disease to be the show of that married with children you know the guy in remember no no no not Roseanne Barr really good looking guy and married with children he and his character's name yeah yeah I think I deserve a guy that was the husband while he's in a new show now in in that show he's not married to this sort of Hispanic woman who's really good looking anyway so that he key I forget her name whatever and they say look at her bikini on the beach she's not afraid with her husband to show this is N. or whatever this was I fox or CNN and he also had the you know the other popular just they had it was it was just about a lot of celebrities that salon look at Haiti Segoe Katie said yeah yeah meanwhile meanwhile did you know that they killed two hundred forty nine thousand civilians in Afghanistan and Iraq is that all thousand one well that's civilians that's not military contractors that's kids and moms old ladies and old ladies and dads two hundred and fifty thousand so let's get into a story here Dave because I've got something about the CIA since you brought into a piece that we sounded real but turns out it wasn't here's one that's more allegedly real from the intercept okay the intercept is a respected news website it's pretty independent probably has a bit of a leftist tends to it but they do a lot of good research on the stuff they do and they're actually reporting on the history channel back in twenty seventeen did a special about the war on drugs and it has some allegations about the CIA's involvement summary from the intercept it says the core truth is the war on drugs has always been a pointless sham for decades the federal government has engaged in a shifting series of alliances of convenience with some of the world's largest drug cartels so while the U. S. incarceration rate has quintupled since president Richard Nixon first declared the war on drugs in nineteen seventy one top narcotics dealers have simultaneously enjoyed protection at the highest levels of power in America on one hand it shouldn't be surprising the volume in this dumb documentation of this fact in dozens of books has long been available to anyone with curiosity in a library card yet somehow despite the fact that the US has no formal system of censorship this monumental scandal has never before been presented in a comprehensive way in the medium where most Americans get their information television that's why the new special that were new in twenty seventeen the history channel had called quote America's war on drugs on quote is a genuine milestone they say we've recently seen how ideas that once seemed absolutely preposterous and taboo for instance the Catholic Church was conscientiously guarding priests who sexually abuse children I certainly think it's interesting that they're actually having a show that sounds like something like history and not something about aliens yeah right or that Bill Cosby may not have been the best choice for America's dad can after years of silence finally break through in the popular consciousness and exact real consequences the series could be a watershed in doing the same for the reality behind one of the most cynical and cruel policies in U. S. history and then talk about the series in who's the we were the producers there's a bunch of footage and recreations than they've got former D. A. operatives as well as journalists and drug dealers themselves that are interviewed in this there's no mealy mouth chuckling about what happened the first episode opens with the voice of Lindsey Maranda one time clandestine CIA officer the clearing quote the agency was elbow deep with drug traffickers unquote then Richard Stratton a marijuana smuggler turned writer and television producer explains quote most Americans would be utterly shocked if they knew the depth of involvement that the CIA the Central Intelligence Agency has had in the international drug.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"So you so you've after you experience of becoming a monk you have extracted some of these practices. Why did you stop being among two things? One was a self awareness piece of I came to realizing that I was quite I'd say, I was quite rebellious and independent even as among a lot of part of amongst life is conforming and accepting authority and following a path and those are beautiful things for people who who like those things for me. It was a great training ground and a great system of giving me abilities and skills and habits that I didn't have before. But then I really felt a deep calling in my heart to one share this in a specific way. So I kind of feel dragged to do what I do now. Because it's so deeply in me to want to make things relevant nonsectarian universal and accepting of all troops in parts. It's just it's just there, and I can't ignore it. And I got to a point in my life where I just felt like I can't ignore this desire to want to go and spread this wisdom and insight in a way independently in a way that I feel will work and help. People from an impact point of view. And so that was a big part of it. And the second part of it was I I literally experimented with everything with my health, even as a monk, and I tried weeklong fasts and I'd pushed myself without sleep. I actually by four to six thousand night. And I got to point where I was like I need to take care of my health. I need to make my health priority because I was so fascinated by mastering the mind that I almost neglected the needs of the body, and I can definitely say that I go to incredible places with my mind, but at the expense of sacrificing my caretaking of my buddy, and I felt I wanted to go back and do both of them together. Would you ever take our westcote the or any of those things? So I did I ask her before. It was cool. So I did it when I was like seventeen or whatever it was. And that way. At that time. I did it in Costa Rica was at that time. Yeah. And it was just it wasn't cool. And it wasn't trendy. I tried it out. I thought it was awesome. But this is this interesting bit. So a lot of people ask me that question, and they are and I had this. I read this book recently called Gerry Weber PHD who could be on thought. And they're they measured across a study, the the feelings of pleasure across sex. Psychedelics and the non Jewish state, and they found that let me get this right because I don't want to say wrong. Gary Webber Wedneday ranked the pleasure potential and the pleasure experience from each of these three sexual orgasm ranked eight psychedelics ri- ranked nine nine point five and the.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Sixty four dozens of party guests arrested in Carter's fail for less than an ounce of pot filed suit in federal court charges were dropped against the Carters Ville, seventy after twelve days, but attorney Gerry Weber says it had a nightmarish impact. Then they were strip searched at the jail. They were held for up to three days. One of our clients who was pregnant was not giving medication that lasted well beyond that week moss jobs. Some of them had military deferments kicked in Weber says they're seeking damages for the warrantless search in a policy change. So this kind of crowd arrests never happens. Again. The lawsuit is really sending a message that this cannot be done. Veronica waters WSB metro Atlanta man, says thieves tried to extort him by claiming they kidnapped his sister. Josh doughty tells channel two action news, his caller ID showed his sister's phone number. That's when they told me that they had kidnapped my sister, and we're going to Raper and killer, but after getting suspicious, he hung up called his sister's husband and found out. It was a hoax. He thinks the thieves used cloning technology to replicate his sister's number NCWA investigates, potentially serious recruiting violations evolving. Georgia Tech's basketball program violations involving assistant coach and a shady friend of newly hired head coach Josh passionate, the alleged journal constitution reports pastor is not named in the report which alleges that in November two thousand sixteen assistant Daryl a berry took a recruit and a tech player to a strip club where they got three hundred bucks for former yellow jacket star, Jared, Jack the other involves pastors buddy getting fourteen hundred dollars worth of stuff to two other players Liberia was put on leave all the players suspended. So it's not clear what sanctions will face. Now. The school is expected to address the matter today. Jay black WSB WSB news time, seven forty one nineteen minutes. Tovia.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Six thirty nine the traffic red alert, and I seventy five in Marietta update, less than three minutes. Midtown temperature. Now, sixty five now that they filed suit we are learning. New details about the seventy party guests arrested in Carter's over less than an ounce of pot. So far beyond sloppy police work in so unconstitutional. The lawsuit for sixty four Carter's Bill partygoers says after a warrantless house search they were strip searched at jail threatened with tasers or put into empty padded cells for complaining some lost jobs in military. Careers. Attorney Gerry Weber says it's worth asking would this have happened. If this was a party in a fancy neighborhood in Roswell. No, of course, it wouldn't have the suit seeks damages and to make sure policy is clear that this is not happen. Again. We're clients what we're seeking indication for Wanaka waters. WSB he thought he was getting a call from his sister. But a metro Atlanta man says when he answered the phone the guy on the other line claimed to be his sister's kidnapper demanding nine hundred dollars. Yes, exactly. The fact that it was a call from my sister's phone, Josh doughty tells channel two action news, he hung up and discovered. It was a hoax. He thinks the pranksters used cloning technology to try the scam. Georgia Tech's basketball program faces allegations of serious recruiting violations journal constitution reports the allegations do not include head coach. Josh passenger. But they do center around one of his former assistance in one of his former friends in November two thousand sixteen assisted Daryl a berry took a recruit and detect player to a strip club, which allegedly was paid for by former yellow jacket star, Jared, Jack, the other involves two players getting fourteen hundred bucks worth of benefits from pastors buddy. Ron bell tech put librarian leave the players were suspended. So it's not clear what sanctions they'll face. Now. The school is expected to address the matter today. Jay, black WSB WSB news time, six forty one as this weekend with the biggest celebrations to the countries.

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"gerry weber" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

12:35 min | 2 years ago

"gerry weber" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"A final talking about in the NFL the chargers do indeed hold on winning at Baltimore twenty three seventeen. So the charges will go to New England but colts will head to Kansas City. Well, your family you you're in our thoughts and prayers for their my man. But I know you're pro you wanted to live or a good broadcast today. And you got one heck of a game to do it. Yeah. Looking forward to Brian. Thank you. Thank you for your friendship, and everybody's thoughts. Prayers out. There. Can't thank you enough for what you've meant to me, and my family Michigan's family as strong as it's ever been John teed is ranked second in the country. They take on number twenty one teen in Indiana. That is very very talented Terry bills hottest Michigan. Make sure they say the wrong offense, stay in attack mode, downhill style basket. Ball either get an painted area score at the rim or kick it out on the perimeter of open jump shots. Number two is to contain Indiana's wanted to punch in Romeo Lankford. And doin' Morgan. I mean doin Morgan is probably one of the most underrated guys in my opinion in the big ten. I agree with you. I mean, he's inside and outside and the last one is play defense what all following and simply missed it can force some turnovers and turn them in the points. They come up with Tori's here today because Indiana towns ball of white times Morgan is underrated. Or you know what? For number one. I think he is playing Romeo Lankford who is a highly touted freshman that that's one. And you know, we watch this better year after year, and I tell you what he's a guy that can get it done in the paint. And he shoots the ball from point line at at a good clip. One hundred sixty eighth all time meeting between these two legendary programs Vichy gets one the last four they will start Xavier Simpson. At the point Archie Miller said he's one of his favorite players in the entire country because of what he brings to the table day in and day out had another five assists game against Penn. State. Jordan polls in the back court with George pool is just getting better and better every single day. Seventy boys against Penn State last year, only played against the ones at IT points on five of ten from deep. Charles Matthews and Ignace bras up it. Hit fourteen Penn State has had sixteen. That John testy big John testy at seven one the middle only, five rebounds and six points in three games total against Indiana. He liked to play better than that tonight. Beeline. Of course is the head coach at school record two hundred sixty two wins assisted as always by yacht. Geogra- Hanes and Saudi Washington. Great twenty-first of the country. They're wanting to other road, but they are undefeated in the big ten vicious division state and Indiana, the only teams. The conference there number one field goal percentage of the big ten number two of the country in that category and their fourth in the country. Terry two point four percent, which is pretty important. They'll start Roby Oleg bourbon, really talented freshman. You've probably heard about six six fifty president from new Albany, Indiana. He's the only player in Indiana who has scored double digits at every single game. So far this year. Ajami Durham Justin spent Jawad mortgage. Devante Greek reads, a six three one hundred eighty five pound junior from north Babylon New York, he's have extent points per game in his last five games. This is the second season for Archie Miller. He's twenty eight up seventeen twelve night. A big tech flight, but eight years as a head coach prior to stop the Bloomington. Seven years at Dayton where they made the NCW tournament four times are referees. Jerry Weinberg great names Ville, you'll recognize Gerry Weber. Who he is? They also have DJ karston. And Terry Oglesby. Our engineers the best Tony bummer. Our host is the same Brian Bush. We're ready for and Indiana the wool breathes fresh off the sixty fifty five win over Penn State now. Twenty one to all time against the alliance and Indiana just knocked off Illinois seventy three to sixty five they scored twenty one points off twenty two turtles. They also forced six. Thirty second shot clock violations. That is a lot of that as a school record. So we talk about Indiana's offense an awful lot. At least they're defensive in pretty good too. I mean there are team that's gonna come in here. They're gonna fight in in. We spoke with a play by play announcer, Donald Fisher. And one of his concerns was Indiana. Getting off the slow starts world. We already know how slow starts. That's going to be very important who gets off to a good start here. It's a really good point. And it just twenty five points for the first African-American last time ought to get spent Michigan to their whole big game as uniform with a little white trim, Indiana. It's a classic right. The crimson and cream predominantly on the road here. The Benelux testing one against just accept six seven. It is packed. It is loud. And it's the way college basketball in Ann Arbor is supposed to be. We're ready to roll I two meetings, Michigan control. Simpson left to right. Jordan at the top of the art a shoulder shake hesitates hook for Matthews. We'll go to the corners of the baseline chance. Instead drives. The viral sickness plan where they know this is a bit ballgame all the ball games. But they got a little extra Boston leg for check by Matthews to start a left handed dribble brings into the left side. Lost it on the deck picked up by tug by light. Guess what? None of those keys starting to take place already about Indiana. Not taking care of that basketball. Averaging fifteen Charles a ball game in Michigan this imposing their wheel right off the top Michigan to the Todd just nine and a half turns per game. That is number five of the country. They also follow the fewest any. On a drive and a fade away from fifteen feet four nothing. Drove on able to hit that runner, awful one leg. Got it on the right way gets back to us. Hesitation dribble valley. Stuck helped by Morgan. Right side is the three mystic revile left on the deck picked up by pool left side for Simpson and a jog left to right where it three made a crossover dribble almost broke reads and goals, they lobbied inside protests bit post a double T cubs. Sows out of it. The Matthews got you split superior to vendors across our border. Definitely has that mindset. They're not seven far outside jump shots. Went off the bat using that advice that I had getting that painted area. Try to score either. Try to kick it out Michigan's plan, downhill basketball, so vital. But the starters do well because I listed as doubtful today. So the bench for Michigan limited. Sedate bounds. Fines bras, Davis left baseline, right handed dribble around the screen. Contest. Tosses back to a jab step drives baseline sealed off their by green. Now. Curls inside abouts passed the test. He's over for the baseline and he just short. That means a backside care comes to devante grade who have just three point three boards per game to Lankford now of the Whiteside for Durham, whereas noble. One tosses back to Joel mortgage tax it up for a crossover now drives on shovels it inside the Smith. Smith comes out the other side now left side for mortgage going to step back three away. That's by dusted Smith why he's got some ups at eight. He does. I mean, you don't want to be on a highlight reel. You got to put a body on. You've got some big time athletes in this ball game, eight points at six boards in the win over Illinois. It's four to Simpson on the left wing of part of the DNA bench looks inside. Instead dribbles outside quickly the bras Davis. A catch it drive. A double clutch. Wrestling, downhill basketball. We all noted that they can go right or left handed Gerald will pull up fifteen hundred from the left elbow makes it six four Michigan. Check that. It's devante green. Test skew between the circles back to the basket right point for bras, Jacobs elected dribble at about past fights pool for the rich six four visited he throws it inside protest touch past Matthews cut three. Basketball. Not a very selfish, very unselfish. They don't care who scores. Just want to get it in the basket sixteenth triple of the year for Charles Mathews Durham between the circles sixteen fifty after the opening half nine four Bishop blank for a ball fake. A drive hangs missed. The layup rebounded by Matthews. They're going to say he was out about when he touched the base line with the basketball, and it'll be Indiana inbounding Michigan's doing a good job right on scouting report Romeo. Length is not a guy that wants to shoot from long distance. And then I don't think his game has developed here yet. But he will put it on a deck and get to the rim a hurt to Todd big ten freshman of the week. Spit out of Durham, where's one between the circles left side for green? Green a seventeen footer grazed the ire lose Paul crackdown by Smith while the baseline book, the Durham drives operas lays it up in. Devante green took it right side of the alley. His second of the happen tonight. Six Michigan now, sometimes you don't mind, those rebounds. Because everyone seemed like they did their job that was kind of a dead ball anytime that Balkan bounce on the floor turns into a fifty fifty balls pool around a screen from reaching foul that it gets Morgan or Durham goods mortgage. It would be his second. It is. Mortgage got two quick personal fouls. RG Bill is going to have to go to bed. Chagrin inflicted more. That's not a good sign for a while. Morgan and seeing how trying to the bench and as all players do. Okay, coach. I'll be okay. Tell you what you got to do a lot of trust in not picking up your perfect for a six ten two hundred thirty pounds sophomore from ambler, Pennsylvania. Michigan goes to work. Jabs at. Baseline. Let's get length for his second. Yeah. Dr love that attack mode. I was my number one keys. The victory is planned downhill basketball. Didn't just that. Flagged for with his second personal foul. Matthews with a second field goal. And he'll go to Lyon to try and convert a three point play. Matthews one of our players at the game last time out against Penn State because he took off in the second half twelve of his fourteen coming in the second half is the free throws long rebounds bras day a throw ball, but but couldn't corral it. Durham given the front court right to left for a Zach roberts's it for. Ravioli Roberts fifteen in red or crimson. Against simpson. Here's a three straight away bullet from Durham it's down eleven guide. Michigan good looking jump shot by Durham, and that was going to be one of the questions. I ask is where's Indiana gonna get their scoring? You've got your top scores with two files a piece so. That's thirty four points per game sitting on the bench. D'oeuvres seventy.

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