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"jeremy corner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:36 min | 11 months ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Agent. Nah, he was just a real good dad. Geico 15 minutes could save you 15% or more to Chicago's afternoon news yesterday. I listened to Anna Devil artist, too, but I think it was on Steve Burr trends. Afternoon news yesterday where they were talking about how you brush your teeth and that after you brush them with fluoride in your toothpaste, you shouldn't rinse. You need to leave the toothpaste film on there. So that the floor I gets a better chance to activate with your enamel and you get a better clean. You get better teeth. I don't know that. Always rinse, and then I thought, But I always rinse with mouthwash. My routine I have, you know, floss and brush and rents and rents. And so I thought, Well, I wonder what the best routine is because the dentist we put on sometimes from that Main street smiles. In Barrington. The commercials we do for Dr Patani and Dr Manal. He said that you should always floss first. And then brush because when you floss you clear out the debris and then you brush and that gives you a better chance of getting the toothpaste and fluoride wherever you want. I didn't know that. But I'm thinking What's the order of events, doctor? What if I want to rinse with mouthwash and floss and brush? And do you agree that I should leave the toothpaste film on my mouth, which I'm not crazy about? And he said, Oh, yeah, There's some science to all of this. I said okay, so give me the 1234 to get the best clean. He said he will after 10 30. Where will you be after the 10 30? WGN radio news. I want you to hear that. This is from the Chicago Tribune, Jason Mizner said, and Jeremy Corner, it's still unknown why an Iowa man allegedly had a rifle with the laser scope. In his hotel room overlooking at downtown Chicago Beach over the Fourth of July weekend. Mayor Lori Lightfoot in Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown have said they believe a disaster. May have been averted. No evidence has emerged that this Keegan Castile was planning any kind of attack. There's no evidence that he was planning an attack. He had a 38 caliber rifle. He had some ammunition. Tribune says it's a stark reminder of what many security experts say remains a top concern for cities like Chicago, which is about to host Lollapalooza. And in the reporting. They remind us that four years ago you had the Mandalay Bay Resort shooting in Las Vegas. 60 people were killed. You remember how many people were injured in the Mandalay based shooting 850. With 60 deaths. Tragedy. That's an understatement. Tragedy is to mass shootings in Chicago yesterday, and we don't even notice. Anyway, They say that the guy that did that Mandalay Bay shooting do you remember? He booked two rooms in Chicago just a couple months before. For Lollapalooza overlooking Grand Park, but then never showed up. We may have dodged something there. State describes you and possession in a hotel room of a rifle with the laser scope overlooking Ohio Street Beach, the judge told him. I understand through the state's proffer and your attorney that you have permission to process the firearms in the state of Iowa. However, the judge said, clearly we're not in Iowa. They said. David Brown police superintendent said he had very suspicious position the gun was in a very suspicious Position on a window sill inside one of the rooms. Lori Lightfoot said he brought weapons of war to the city, five loaded magazines. That's not I'm going to the big city and I want to take my weapons. She said that something more nefarious. So his attorneys appeared in court yesterday, and we reached out to them. I hope we hear from later today. But remember, then he's released on $10,000 bond, and he comes out and he proposes to his girlfriend. Because that his attorneys remind us is why he came to Chicago. He didn't have any nefarious attempts. He had, uh, diamond ring in the hotel room. His girlfriend was with him. And in fact, when the police walked in there he was, he had the diamond ring with him. That was his plan. They were going to go to Navy period was going to propose. So when he got out of the cop shop, he still proposed. He fell to a knee. She put her hands on her cheeks and said, Oh, my. I love you and they are going to get married. Sometimes stories headlined Prosecutors so far offer.

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"jeremy corner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Um or Superintendent Brown or first Deputy Superintendent Carter's ability, you know, to run the police department. It's purely symbolic. It doesn't have any teeth. The aim of the F O P and the rank and file was to just try to get the police department and the mayor's office to listen to their concerns and This is, you know, obviously today, um like foot, you know, took it as a badge of honor that you know that the F O P was criticizing her. Um, obviously, there's been no love lost between Like foot and the F O P, But, yeah, in 2019. This happened with Eddie Johnson, the F O P issue, the no confidence vote for him because he didn't. He refused to attend a speech by President Trump at the McCormick Place for the Um, International Association Chiefs of Police Convention when it was in Chicago. That was not received well by the rank and file. 2009 CPD was again You know, I played with morale issues which you know, um, you know, low staffing and police district. They were blaming then police Superintendent Jody weeks for that They issued a no confidence vote for him. Did anything happen in these situations? Toe to the superintendent's know you'll get. It was just perfect. Purely symbolic. This also happened in the nineties when Matt Rodriguez was the police superintendent. So this isn't like an unprecedented thing. But you know what? It what it illustrates. I mentioned in the story that it just illustrates the tension. That you know the rank and file um is having and the police union is having with the mayor and CPS leadership. Jeremy Corner. Thank you very much. Always enjoy reading your work in the Tribune and we'll have you back. Thank you for coming on. Thank you Take care. Let's quickly go to a Bob. I believe he is how we just lost by Bob's not here. Stayed here. Dave's not here either. Okay, You can join me if you'd like it. 312591. 8900. Speaking of policing. I saw feature today on Tom White Soul. He is the Riverside Police Department police chief and he's retiring, and he has some really significant vice to the next generation of police officers and some advice, I think for the public As well. Because the times are a changin. You know you're.

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"jeremy corner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"You know who you are on, John. Thanks for listening. Guys Good to talk with Jeremy Corner of the Chicago Tribune. He had a piece today on the pope's latest vote of No confidence. Jeremy, Welcome back to Double the house. How are you? Good. How are you? I'm doing very well. So this really wasn't a big surprise, obviously, a lot of bad blood between the mayor, the superintendent and the superintendent's first deputy. What prompted the F O p to vote no confidence unanimously. I guess what 200 to 3 other people or 1 50 to 200 officers last night. It was unanimous. No confidence. What prompted it this time? Well, it's a combination of a lot of things. Um, there have been many instances where officers have had their days off canceled. They've had to have their ship. Their shifts extended from eating a half hours 12 hour days. Um, Officer Wellness has because you know, Officer exhaustion is obviously affect their officer. Wellness. Um, there was also, you know, you know a lot of anger among NFL team members about the fact that CPD canceled the annual ST Jude's Memorial march for fallen officers. Um, this year. I believe it's the second day the second year in a row because of Coke of because of coal bed, um and you know, obviously And you know, it's just a combination. You know, of all those things. Basically, there's in the fact one of the newer things, too. Is that Detectives who investigate property crimes like robberies have been asked, um, basically go on to patrol duties, sitting at six posts or corners toe. Um, guard streets you know, with in light of the rise in violence and taking, you know those detectives away from robbery investigations, basically, and that's obviously caused. A little more on each among the rank and file, according the F O P. So it's a combination of all these things are the police on permanent. You know the ESPN and have 8.5 hour shifts. I read today there are 12 our ships is that for the foreseeable future? My understanding. It's um it's going to be, um, I believe through Memorial Day weekend, which is actually pretty pretty standard around. Um, how they weekends like Fourth of July. Memorial Day. You know, once it gets warmer out, um, you know, and, you know, historically, we've seen, um you know, a lot of violence, unfortunately, happen on the streets where, um You know, Mayor Lightfoot is going to feel pressured has felt pressured, you know, to reduce violence, you know, period, but especially during weekends like this. I mean, you know, everyone says that you know, there's been a lot of concern among officers about You know the summer coming up, you know, especially with homicides and shootings up the way they are again, eh? So it's really every year. You see, day off cancelations in 12 hour days, but I think the concern now is is if you recall Mayor Life wouldn't Superintendent Brown. It really said that they've tried to make an effort to curb overtime costs for the city. Of course, that kind of went by the wayside last year. Um, you know, with with cold it and the civil unrest, etcetera, and you know, there's obviously this is probably an issue that can't be ignored, going forward because, like you said, we are looking like we're discussing. We are seeing In the future that there are still going to be more day off cancelations and shift extensions for the police, so that could invariably equal more overtime dollars. That voice and all that information comes from Jeremy Corner, who is a great reporter for the Tribune's Metro section. He covers the Chicago Police Department. Since you mentioned the statistics. Let me read from your piece from this morning's paper through May homicides in the city of 22% over the same period last year. 35% jump over the last two years and shootings. And that's about 58%. I'm sorry, 58% in the last two years. What is the situation with the rank and file and what I would assume to be because it's such a tough job under these extraordinarily difficult circumstances in this day and age. What's the brain drain of the rank and file as far as early retirements looking like The last numbers I saw. It definitely looked like at the end of last year, There were definitely far more retirements in CPD within CPD compared toe like 2019 2018. I haven't gotten up to speed on what the numbers are so far this year. I know that there that you know, in hearing Superintendent Brown's remarks on this issue. He seems to think that the, um what the F PFLP has obviously raised alarm about this issue where a superintendent Brown hasn't saying it isn't supported by data. I mean, obviously, that remains to be seen Apple look the numbers, but I know that last year we did see an increase in officer retirements over the last few years prior to 2020. And the other thing, too, to keep in mind is that you know, In addition to Fighting the violence, fighting the right and violence on the street and officer, fatigue Officer Wellness issues. You know, their officers are also going through, Um, just big changes throughout the department with the consent decree and having to go through in some or in service training. And more so there, you know, in areas of no use of force training. They're going to have to get up to speed on a new search warrant policy and soon a new foot pursuit policy, among other things. And so they they're gonna really have to re calibrate their thinking on the street. Just because of, um not just because you know, with the rise in violence, but also just you know how they do their jobs on a day to day basis. But you know the way police reforms. Yeah, I was surprised to read this. A colleague of yours wrote this today. Uh, but that the mayor or so she says, was unaware. Until the you know the hacked emails and the release that traunch of e mails last week and as your colleagues pour through it, I read today that the mayor claims they're her administration. They had no idea that the police Department had a drone program with off the money or off the books, money. That's you know, there seems to be some significant communication problems between departments here in Chicago. Right? I mean, you know, we have seen that That's not a new thing As far as issues with communication, I mean, we saw Um, you know, with the engine that young case, for example, um, case with the faulty search warrant, that was another, You know the thing with You know, I know that the mayor, you know, at first was saying that she didn't know anything about it, but then said no and November 2019. I do remember, you know that. I don't know if I remember. But I am on an email string where we were discussing this issue. It just seems that, um obviously there's been a lot for this mayor. To kind of get a handle on as far as communication and transparency goes among city departments, especially, you know, with the department's largest the police department. But, yeah, I mean the issue with the Jerome's. The issue with the facial recognition is another story. As far as just You know the You know the last administration just not knowing the severity of these things. They're just a couple of examples of the government's hard governments hard, especially with the city of this size Now back to your story about the vote of no confidence. The F O p. The President John can. Sarah said he hopes that forces of the mayor and the superintendent to respond historically, you know, the headline was stunning this morning. The fact that The CPD rank and file cops issued no confidence vote unanimous against the mayor in the superintendent, his first deputy, too, But they've done this before. Can you quickly in our remaining moments to talk about 2019 and also way back with Jodi Wiese? Yeah, So in 20, so just so to be clear for your listeners on no confidence vote has no legal recourse on the mayor on the mayor's ability to govern..

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"jeremy corner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Days after he graduated from the academy. It was Gerardo Cassis first run to start his career. He says his training just kicked in, which is kind of instinctual. We've gone through the scenarios and you can be like theoretically. I never thought that would be the first thing I do here for the city. One of those officers were shot in the hand. The other in the chest and shoulder area. Castles will be a full fledged paramedic with CFT in about nine months. WLS news time 504 Taking a look at traffic right now on I 65 we have an accident blocking too. Right lanes north bound before 49th Avenue. Traffic is solid from us. 30 on I 55 stop and go Traffic south bound between the Veterans Memorial Tollway and the Veterans Parkway. That's due to an earlier accident. And it's a slow go on the Stevenson outbound between State Street and Harlem Avenue. Next traffic update in 15 minutes, it's Mattress firm's best Memorial Day sale effort for a limited time save up to $500 on top rated mattress brands like Celean, Sleepy's Plus, Get a Free adjustable base with your 6 99 mattress purchase. Get news on the hour, the half and when it breaks continuous coverage, wls am calm. I'm Kim Gordon 8 90 wls news. In gardens in the double. Dale Suzu, My Show's producer, Mallory for broker with Stephen Traffic, Anti assisting Tyler. Bravo, wrestling with the technology. You know who you are on, John. Thanks for listening. Guys Good to talk with Jeremy Corner of the Chicago Tribune. He had a piece today on the pope's latest vote of.

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"jeremy corner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Slash contests for complete disclaimers by the way one of our textures and appreciate Doyle's call our last listener who said he's evidently did he identify as a black American. He said that if you look up the Tuskegee experiment, if you just understand where blacks come from when the government is saying, trust us take this medicine or this shot, you understand their hesitancy to be part of the vaccination program. Somebody texted and said whites are getting the same vaccine. This is the black so I mean, it's 2021. I understand that the world is maybe not has changed, as it should be. But it is different and this is different. I wonder how many of the people that aren't taking the vaccine or say they wouldn't are really thinking about the Tuskegee experiment per se, or they just Thinking. I don't trust any institution of government right now. I I don't I tell you, I don't understand it. Kevin, you're on W GM before we go to our guests. What do you want to say? You're on the air. Um, my wife and I both had the Corona virus and it was very uncomfortable for a couple days. But it wasn't the end of our lives, and I'm unwilling to take a vaccine that doesn't have the history or the proven. You don't know what the side effects were going to be up this vaccine 5 10 15 years from now, and it's just the rest does not outweighs the benefits for us. So be we have chosen not to take it, but I would think that we should be vaccinated all the elderly before people that they're younger should even be considered for a vaccination. Will you probably have some sort of natural immunity anyway, right? But you know what? We don't know. We don't know of immunity last for a week or a month or six months. Nobody really knows. And that seems to be the pendulum that swings back and forth of how long those community really last. But I mean, It was uncomfortable for a couple of days. But it wasn't It wasn't life ending her shattering or anything like that for us. I mean, it just was uncomfortable. But you know when you say this is funny, because you say we don't know, I guess. Nobody knows 1000% certain, But there are people who know better than you and me and they say, Take the vaccine Doctor are would he took the vaccine Governor Pritzker Lori Lightfoot in Vice President Mike Pence. Took the vaccine, right. Why are they taking the vaccine? Well, all through history. There's been people that said they've known better than we have. And it hasn't turned out. Great, But I mean, but I understand that, But I mean, so you think you know better than Dr are Woody. You think you know better than Anthony Fauci. Uh, I think I know better. I think I know how to manage my ribs better than radio when you've already been exposed to it again, But let me ask you this. Let me ask you this if you had not already developed natural immunity. You have the same attitude. That's kind of hard because we already have. I know that I play along with me. If you had not already had the luxury of having some natural immunity, and I said Hey, I can give you the vaccine. What do you think you would say? I don't know. I would really have to weigh that verses by health and everything else. If I was healthy when I take it, Probably not. It's not that I'm an anti Baxter. I just would like to have more history on this vaccine. Those are the things we don't know if I knew if someone could tell me that yet gonna be great for you for forever. I don't know. I just well, they are telling you they are telling you it's gonna be great. There are telling you it's 96% certain you won't get the vaccine that the virus Yeah, but they also haven't said there is no long term study on what happens five or 10 years from now, for people to take the back of that is true. Would don't take the numbers and I don't want it. If I was over, I'll tell you this right now. If I was if I had breathing conditions by heart conditions if I had issues with obesity, If I had problems with health, I would grab that vaccine in a second. But the fact is, I'm a very healthy individual. I know that I have a good immune system. I mean, it's proven itself and I just don't see the risk of catching coronavirus again. Yeah, I get you that's in there in lies some distinction. I gotta take a break. I'm glad you called Kevin. Be sex drive safely. Thanks for listening. Have a good day. John. Captain Zara is the president of the Chicago Police Union. It's large number seven different subject now, but we tried to reach him yesterday. We're glad we found him today, John. Thanks for joining us. You're on WGN. Good morning, John. Thanks for having me to read you. The start of Jeremy Corners story in the Tribune couple days ago. The embattled leader of the city's largest police union now faces firing from his job is Chicago police officer in at least two disciplinary investigations, including one race, accused making offensive and incendiary statements on Social media. And another for allegations he filed a false police report against the city's former top cop new charges Mark the third time in this 26 year career is a Chicago cop. The cottons are a has been Facing firing from the department. I understand you're on administrative Leave. You're still a police officer. You still get paid as a Chicago police officer correct. Technically, yes, but the lodge reimburses the city for that salary anyway, so technically, the lodge pays my salary. I am on a loop of duty. So you don't work is a Chicago police officer right now. No. Could you be? I'm curious about this. Could you be the head of the union? Even if you weren't a cop, they could elect anybody or do you have to be a police officer? You just have to be a member in good standing of this lodge and attend, obviously to get elected, But you have to be a member in good standing of this lodge of which I am I wonder what the police officers in general in the city of Chicago, Chicago, the uniformed officers out there in the street? I wonder how they feel about you being the face of their trade. You know what I mean? Well, I could tell you I've received overwhelming support. Sure, There's been a couple people that said, tone it down or even a handful of others who Are Sensitive to the racial overtones that always get thrown around in this city specifically, and I just refuse to be called the racist. I know who I am. What I stand for. And when you're dealing with politicians in this city who the only college they have in their poker hand out of the race card, it's unavoidable. Well, you're the one that I'm not gonna go power down in the corner because someone's gonna keep saying I'm racist. Do you mind moving over down that road with you right now? But more recently you said things about the insurrection or the riot that took place in the capital. Do you want to change your amend any of your comments about that? Already did. I know that, but I mean, for our purposes here. What's your attitude then about what happened there and what should happen to the people that went into the capital. They should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law again. That's that statement. That interview was given at four something in the afternoon East Coast time when I had seen about 15 to 20 minutes of television coverage when Chip Mitchell called me and I picked up the phone if I'd given that interview an hour later, my comments would have been different. If I'd given that interview three hours later, they would've been different than the hour later, it was, it was still an evolving story. My mistake was even picking up the phone at that point, But to me it didn't look like much of anything at that point when I had given the interview, and they certainly didn't talk about any officer being hurt, let alone killed. Wonder if going forward. I wonder if going forward. Have you learned anything? And I don't mean that in a condescending way, John. I know it sounds like that Sounds like it. I know that, but but I mean, really, if I had been burned by being too quick to say something really juicy and incendiary. And you're good at that. Maybe at some point, I'd say, you know, I'm going to dial it down on Twitter or Facebook or on interviews. I'm going to stop saying these really righteous outlandish things. Have you thought about that? You're you're classifying him as outlandish..

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"jeremy corner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The handling of the well Yeah, there was a well there was so there was a complaint that was filed against Cynthia Donna, one of the officers who was discovered she was the officer who was with you. Johnson that night and was also allowed to drive home after drinking with him at the restaurant. And they filed a complaint because when she turned in her cell phone as part of the I G investigation, there is a missing There was Ah Sim card that was supposedly removed and possible damage. Her phone and her lawyers yesterday in the lawsuit in the sexual assault lawsuit against performance, can said that She was not intoxicated Number one and number two with that with that sim card. She's basically said that she doesn't know what happened with the SIM card. She turned her phone in and that was that They don't know what happened there. Oh, yeah, Well, you know, Well, I'm less interested in the shenanigans with videotaping with your phone. The The police cam video and then sending it to somebody else who might do something about that. That seems like that's not protocol. But that doesn't upset me. So much is the very first thing. We just listened to you. You understand what I mean? Yeah. The only reason I bring that up is because that Commander you know for failing to disclose you know that that he had received that, you know, a cellphone camera video with a body camera footage. You got 2080 suspension, which is the harshest suspension out of all eight officers who were involved in this. That's why I brought that up. But, yes, I mean, I mean, I mean, as so that's that's why You know, I thought that was important to bring up but also to your point about like preferential treatment. Yes, I mean, this is this was this was an incident that was highlighted by the idea about how the Chicago Police Department as a whole needs to do better with training young officers and, you know, perhaps having more senior officers on the street with them when they are in situations like this, because Of, you know, obvious and experience there. You know that that you saw in the video that was mentioned in the report as well. I really liked Eddie Johnson. Now I don't know how I feel about him. I mean, he had a commendable career and seemed like a good guy and a family man. And we felt bad for his health issues, etcetera, etcetera, and then this crap, you know, I wonder how we would be thinking about him today. If okay. Too many drinks. He should not have been drunk at the wheel. That happened. But what if he had turned to those young officers and said, guys? I don't get preferential treatment. This is a complete fiction. I'm spinning now. But give me a field sobriety test. Okay, I flaunted Now take me down book me, you know, treat me like an average citizen would get treated. Maybe we would have actually given Eddie and everybody in Adeboye. But, boy, that sure didn't happen. Boy. That's a fiction. I just spun. Sorry, Bob. All right. That's the end of my story. Nice to talk to you, Jeremy. Good writing good reporting. Thanks for joining us today. They shot. Jeremy Corner writes for the Chicago Tribune. WDM Radio News comes your way in a minute. Uninterested story that may have happened to you about how somebody is doing fraud out there and it could cost you a fortune. Let me catch you up on that. Speed jokes. The replay the bright side all coming up. I'm pretty sure New House might be haunted. Well, things you see that the furniture is levitating on the ghost. Welcome home..

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"jeremy corner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Life's purpose is now and the places and Rosecrans Rosecrans R O S E C, R a N c e dot org's Life's waiting. Report from Inspector general details incompetent response to former Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson being found asleep in his car suggests he got preferential treatment. Oh, yeah? How did he did? I'm reading from the Tribune. You've also heard Jordan's reading a story that we have here a W G and radio about that calm or about that in a minute, But just for a little deeper dive. I've got some time. Let's talk to Jeremy Corner. Hey, Jeremy, you're on W g. And how are you? Good John Warrior. I'm doing real Well, by the way, this is Devon. LF so they're Eddie Johnson is the former police chief slumped over in a wheel. He's not even parked. He is his cars as I recall Jeremy, idle ing right, and I don't I don't know if it's in Park Correa's his foot on the brake. Do, you know, but but it's like it's Yeah, I think I think it was idling. Basically, the car was running. You know, I don't have that intricate details Faras, like whether he was whether the car was in park er, it was a neutral or drive or whatever. I mean, it's not like the car was fixed to like a stop sign er. Or anything like that. You know, he was near a stop sign like there was some reports saying he was actually at the stop sign at 34th and Aberdeen in Bridgeport, which is actually a blocker tube from his house. And he apparently had been. He had been at that location, probably for about an hour and a half. You know, that's according to security footage is part of the investigation until somebody called 911 on and that's when Two cops show up. And these are young officers who, between them have no more than three years on the job, and one of their body cameras was working. And you know the story. Obviously, he flashed his idea. His I D and they asked if he was okay. They allowed him to leave. And basically after that there were a couple other officers who I really just trying to make sure that he got home. OK, my understanding. And obviously there was some concern about whether he was fit, Teo even drive, you know, Ah, short distance. And and then the rest just goes from there. Obviously a Ah, lieutenant on the watches was on the midnight shift, you know, took a video on her cell phone off the body camera footage that was uploaded later on by those two younger officers and sent it to the district commander. And you know what the ideas alleging is that the lieutenant should not have done that. The lieutenant also did not disclose this, sir. And they're alleging she lied about it. You know, in an interview with the Inspector general and that the commander I didn't say anything about this unauthorized recording. You know that was sent there because that's obviously not allowed. So so that kind of not to get all convoluted. That's pretty much in a nutshell. You know What happened? It didn't really doesn't overtly say there was a direct cover up, but that's kind of worthy incompetence. Accusation goes the finding by the I G because You're not allowed to make it. You know what you know, to record, you know, Body camera footage, which is city property on a cell phone, but it and those two things happening here. One is the incompetence of preferential treatment by the police officers who found him passed out for an hour and a half the car idling at a stop sign, he said 10 cocktails. They don't know that. But maybe they will guess that this guy's drunk and passed out at the wheel. I mean, if that's anybody else, let's just play the audio. We don't get this treatment. When the cops come up to us..

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"jeremy corner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Get him kicked out cleaning that he misrepresented himself as a spokesman for the union when there was no evidence of that. And, you know, then, of course, the thing with Michael Shields. He he got kicked out for questioning. Fairness of past union contracts went publicly sent a letter to the city about that. And he found a whistleblower suit basically claiming that the union his own union was barring him from union activities. And you want the lawsuit. So it's a job that comes a lot of pressure and the union kind of reflects that too. So I get it. I understand. Why? It always seems to be upheaval over there. Jeremy Corner. Thank you for your time this afternoon. I apologize for the barking dog, sir, but I must go feed them or they're going to take their own action. But, Jeremy, thanks so much for your time, we'll read more. In the Chicago Tribune. All right, Thank you. Thank you. Jeremy. 5 44 here a double dose. I apologize once again, John Dempsey for all the noise from the dogs, But okay, you know, they there. I've created monsters with these dogs. Since I've been home with the The pandemic in the isolation, you know, they get very, very pushy. Now. They just think they demand everything. And I am a little bit. I'm an enabler. You know what they want? Does their noise increase when they see the on air light? Go on. Aren't there two or three rooms away from me. Now I've isolated. Then there's two at least two closed doors between this room and Ah, and where I have them isolated right now. But, boy, can they get going for some reason this they get mad when they're left alone now. You know, so we've created monsters. They expect to be part of everything. And they expect to get every piece of food that they want something to fall off my plate every minute or they're going to get real pushing. I think they're going to hire an agent and try to become your cohosts. Think. Well, a cz long as I could execute the contract and handle the money. I'd be okay with it. So you would take you would take their share and invest it for them. Just a small service fee. Yeah, you know. Like a very famous agent did hear for the radio dopes who hired him years ago. He just take a small bit of that money and he'd invested for you. Right. And then when you need that money back, you just call you call when you get that money back, But guess what? When somebody tried to call and get the money back, there wasn't any money. Was that a kind of a better call Saul Kind of a thing. It did. There is some similarities. Yeah, they're wass. There wasn't Maur. Similarities to the Who's the guy in New York, who was both sons died now isn't present biggest Ponzi scheme in history. Oh, Bernie Madoff made a similar thing. Which all these radio guys if something sounds too good to be true Guess what it generally issue That's my policy culture. I found a piece in one of the papers stay, and I'm going a crib from a next because Let's finally end this already daylight saving time. Why I'll tell you why coming up next double The Ellis evens.

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"jeremy corner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Can stew then. Thank you. Don used to make me feel expression. They don't write them like that anymore. Listen to this. They write them like this any more than I could make those people dance. And maybe they be happy for automotive podcast wools am dot com From 8 90. W L S Hi. There would have to thank you for listening. Much appreciate. The show is produced by Mallory for broker help from Steven Little tyrant Traffic canteen. And our board up our technical director. We don't call them forward ups anymore. That's politically incorrect. Our technical director is Tyler Bravo was really the best name in radio. And John Dempsey, of course, is our award winning news director Jeremy Corner is a terrific investigative reporter for the Chicago Tribune concentrates on police issues and his piece today he broke it in the Tribune were an X F o P president. Suspecting politics is at play has received a three year suspension from the union for use of a camera in right in those rivals office, the man that took over for himself. Kevin, you're and the former president who's been on this program a number of times. Was suspended from the organization for three years. That's happened you have today for leaving behind a tiny, tiny little camera that continue to record in his old office while it was occupied by the new president, John Cat, Zahra when he forgot to tell him About it. So let's start there. Jeremy Garner. Welcome back to double the ulcer. I guess my first question the obvious question is. Why did Mr Graham install the camera? Initially? What I was told by Kevin Graham. A. Um,.

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"jeremy corner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Some additional resource is in the FBI, the DEA and the and unlike what happened in Portland, what we will receive Is re sources that are going to plug in to the existing federal agencies that we worked with on a regular basis to help manage and suppress violent crime in our city, and a big difference is unlike what happened in Portland, the U. S attorney himself, John Lauch is in the loop. And it's going to be help. Managing the additional resource is that is a big difference. All right. So, yes, a very big difference from what we were talking about before. Just sort of sending in the Fed's. There is this idea that they would just hit the streets and start Patrolling and potentially arresting folks, and maybe not knowing the neighborhood's knowing the issues or you know that kind of having that face to face prior history in those neighborhoods, knowing the gangs or anything like that. They may not have been effective. But this is a completely different role that the mayor has just outline so Maybe that's what will happen now. Jeremy Corner is at the Chicago Tribune. I believe you guys broke the story yesterday. Already, everybody that woe the federal agents are gonna be out here what is really happening? And now it seems like you just heard the mayor there, Jeremy, Thanks for calling in to know. Sounds like a very different role that there they're looking at for these federal agents now. Yeah. So over the weekend and yesterday, you know, we had heard from our sources and even saw on paper. That the the department Homeland Security was appeared to be their know how here was cracking plans. Um Tio, send 150 Homeland security investigations agents to Chicago. This wasn't just reported by us. This was reported independently by The New York Times on the front pages, I might say, and by Associated Press But like you, said, Anna, there is a different tone to that, Um, today from mayor like foot. No one's really said anything officially about this in Chicago, like Wood is obviously saying to her understanding that It's going to be really she wants to beef up. The traditional federal agencies that work with Chicago police to fight violence that being the FBI, DEA Obviously, there hasn't been any specifications. How many agents are gonna, um Are going to be assisting them. You see this a lot. And you know it. Strikes and violence announcements from city officials that the feds are going to come in and help Chicago police, which they often do anyway, but disappears to be more of Coordinated and beefed up presence by the feds, you know, beefed up meaning, like just there's gonna be more of them working with Chicago police on gang and drug investigations that appears, which is something that is done anyway. But obviously it would make more sense that they beef up That coordination, you know, given the spike in violence that we've been having, um in the city this year, so it could be that this whole thing just resulted into a big political battle. But ultimately there that it seems like they might have found some middle ground here where the feds could be useful, and they may be applied and may even be helpful. If they're they're used correctly. In the system. I mean, that's what I'm hearing from the mayor there, which I write and expect. Right, Right. And that's the thing is, um, you know, I've never heard of a K any cases in Chicago, where federal authorities are out there on patrol in the neighborhood's like Like you. Traditionally here about with Chicago police officers. I mean, I'm sure it happens. But you know, like it's been said, you know, federal agencies don't know the neighborhoods like Chicago Police do often times the role of federal agencies play law enforcement agencies play. Are for investigative matters for gang investigations, Drug investigations. Um, um and, uh, like human trafficking investigations, you know, so that federal charges Khun B. Brought Which you know, And that's something that you hear from Superintendent David Brown and premier like, but I mean they want More lenient sentences for criminals who are convicted of crimes and you're going to see that more on the federal level than you will in the county level. So that's that's always been a complaint by law enforcement in Chicago question. No question about that. Jeremy. You guys do such good work of the Chicago Tribune and I know you have busy days and you cover a lot of ground. So thanks for making time for us here on W G. N appreciate it. Jeremy corner there. He's with the Chicago Tribune and does great work over there. Like I said. I just want to mention this before we get to Dr Steve and the news would be first, of course, But then we'll get to Dr Steve Saltzman. Kansas has added to the Chicago is urgent emergency travel orders so you gotta self quarantine. If you're coming in from Kansas, That's the new rule, adding to that huge list of states that you've traveled here. From that. You have to do the self quarantine thing. Very mana. We're also hearing Wisconsin made it to the list. So really? Yeah. Wisconsin? Yeah, very, very possibly is going to be added to the list. You think of my Let's just go back and forth to from Chicago and in the area to Wisconsin, right? Oh, man. I know that they were asked last week, Dr Woody and they said, We're revising the list all the time. But it's so far the only neighboring we had Iowa was the closest I had heard. I know they were looking at Wisconsin and Michigan. When would they make that announcement? Jordan? Do you know I believe it's going to be soon we will get Kim may know, but well, I'll try to find that out during the newscast novel like, you know. Okay, thank you. Let's go to the news in Jordan Burn Field has that from the North Western medicine newsroom..

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"jeremy corner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of thing. The fireworks to the phase, the You know all kinds of things being hurled in the direction of officers, they said. You know, that was a small portion of the protesters, but that they were violent and organized. Is that something that federal agents would help with? I mean to speak to that for a second. That you have, like, um, platoon squad of people with umbrellas, all dressed in black that we're bringing the ammunition And for those people, you know that father like you know sheets to the slaughter lemmings over the ill. They're They're just giving them the ammunition to throw at the police. And then you know, all of a sudden they scurry out of everywhere. And, you know, the important part is and that was something that we don't see your here. Is. Where is Fox? She's been gone for a couple weeks. She's been absent from the television. You know you're going to have to prosecute these people that that thing on channel that that occurred yesterday and piss chicken Animal Channel seven was covered it live. And then all of a sudden, when the people of the policeman from both sides they cut their feet and went back to their reporters are a lot of reasons that Sergeant Peter There's something something. Hey, let me stop you there something having been in television for a long time. There are a lot of reasons when there's breaking news. You might do that because it could be something that scene that's so violent that you can't Necessarily show it. But I know that most of the station's did report it afterwards and I don't know they pulled way. Just because they're trying to. You cannot show police violence that involved against police or seemed to be against police that that that that didn't actually see the reason. But But look, the fact is there are these issues right now in our town, and you wonder is there a role for federal agents to play? And it may not be the one that everybody is, You know, talking about that It's the's the patrolling the streets thing that it has there a totally different role, but I just wonderful Get to that. That conclusion with all of this anyway, But Sergeant Pete, thanks for calling in and I appreciate it. Appreciate your call. Okay. Thank you. Talk to you later. I just We're realizing how much time we have here. It's 1 20 I want to get to Jeremy Corner. The Tribune's wanted broke the story about the Fed agent Federal agents coming here, 150 of them and I do want to circle back and see what they know now. What's the latest on that and Dr Steve's coming on the show as well? Coming up here promising news about vaccines and some other stuff that he wants to talk to us about. So we'll check in with Dr Steve Saltzman of Green Care Medical also coming up from 1 30 here on W. G. N.

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"jeremy corner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Hundred ninety thousand dollars these are according to records obtained by your Chicago Tribune Jeremy corner over there who are requested all these records under the state's freedom of information act the annual figure represents an after any was shellac well that's that's harsh after Eddie retired no I guess him retire he knows retirement and then the mayor cast year and after any last numbers to listers explain that this annual figure a sense he represents seventy five percent of his average salary of just over two hundred fifty three thousand a year during the final four years with the department head he lasted until the spring April I think and then he would have been superintendent for four years he would have had an extra five thousand dollars give or take a fifty two hundred dollars annually had he stayed on the superintendent all this spring then that would have been his four year mark as a top cop and he missed out on that annual payment of just or fifty two hundred dollar cell pensions for Chicago's police command staffers generally calculated by yes looking at their highest average salary over their peak four year period with the department those a CPT for at least twenty nine years plus one day are entitled to seventy five south our total to seventy five percent of their peak salary okay okay keep track so he was a thirty one year veteran of the department so that's over twenty nine years right yeah by two thank you so he had hit the seventy five percent threshold it also served as superintendent for less than a full four years so I missed out on that fifty two hundred dollars a year still had a Johnson received an initial payment as he walked out the door last was a late November was a December I can't remember of thirteen thousand seven hundred seventy two dollars that was in December is according to the records Tribune published much to the chagrin I would imagine Eddie and the mayor probly and is going to be collecting fifteen thousand eight hundred and twelve dollars each month this year then on January first twenty twenty one he'll be eligible to receive post retirement cost of living increases about fifty six thousand for the year so go up next year by about fifty six a test a thousand I'm sorry fifty six hundred fifty six hundred dollars a year boy fifty six thousand that would be significant Sir install cake that's like Blamire money there so sorry a fifty six hundred for the year just to summarize innocence and not printing in the Tribune but boy it's a call to greater George Gershwin wrote the music is brother ira who own and run a lot of lyrics nice work if you can get it I do want to compliment Brendon Riley the fine alderman from the fighting forty second he is a guy that looks out for the city especially the business interests of your your river north Michigan Avenue he has fought to a disturbances on the street previously like over the bucket boys.

"jeremy corner" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy corner" Discussed on KTOK

"Vehicle through flooded roadways eighty miles per hour so there's a lot of high wind with it I'll be a wind from the north on the backside of that circulation coming into got three right now there's your time arrival Edmund at nine oh four and the Turner gated nine eleven Jones at nine seventeen frontier city frontier city the Oakdale valley frontier city del valley right there around nine ten to nine fifteen it's currently eight thirty five all right so we're talking about thirty five to forty minutes from right now dosing indications going to really go away it's a very large supercell with a tremendous amount of cloud to ground lightning other severe storms back down south west let's go back over to Chris big B. then update and got three Chris yeah my cat I'm back on a seventy seven and got three construction traffic light up their hold up traffic north of Guthrie and there's a lot of cars stopped and I'm afraid they're going to bear the brunt of it this comes then with large hail very strong when so I turned around out of there going back down into the heart of god three and I'm in a one that approach now Mike okay that's report there from Guthrie let's go back over to Max one and just take a look have a line is totally filling in here pretty much so you're pretty much large hail fair game now anywhere in this line and this is about a fifty to sixty mile long line and it's coming right into Oklahoma City and right into the metro so large hail is fair game anywhere in this line of school over to Max to at least take a look at the lightning in the hail sizes with this the wind shear continues a localized there on the north side got three that's John Slater right there looking at that see there that's approaching that's approaching another Jeremy Carter and Chris make be what you guys to really focus here and really watch got three here you folks and got three need to be away from windows and go to your safe spot and go to your tornado shelter go there now because this is tightening up again into tornado circulation if it doesn't produce a tornado it's going to have some extremely high velocity damaging winds could be eighty or higher all right dangerous dangerous storm organize Messel cyclonic Cloudbase that is making an effort to turn into a tornado vortex signature so Guthrie everybody and get free shipping and their tornado same spot away from windows it's going to hit very hard coming in from the north hills size there's golf or tennis balls hi Jeremy cornered Chris big B. R. two trackers a choppers right there is well let's go to Jeremy Carter you guys look for power flashes here it's coming in to get a free right now Jeremy what do you say I'm looking for thirty five seventy seven north bound back thank you Lawrence the large pretty credible reports of yours might not approach the world map I see we are currently developing on radar I'm pretty well with your attitude to my camera shot so I've got to get bandage hopefully pretty good happens hopefully nothing does but if anything does mark I'm here I got mark going to parties let's go to Chris McVey Chris go to the south side to get free right now town where I can turn around and watch it that comes that I have not been any power yeah but.

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