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Fresh "Law Enforcement Officers" from Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

01:33 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh "Law Enforcement Officers" from Glenn Beck

"Been speaking out. But yesterday they issued a desperate plea through their lawyer directed at the parents living in the house behind me were writing this letter to ask you to help find our daughter. We believe you know the location of where Brian left, Gabby We beg you to tell us Turbulence for United Airlines, a system that has got it all flights for a short time this morning, the United says they're flying again. America's listening to Fox News Staying connected continues with 161 FM talk flattening of the wave of covid related hospitalizations attributed to the delta variant continues. It peaked just above 3800. Now it's about 3600. The same trend holds true in the ICUs, where numbers hovered above 900 since the end of August. A cold case may have been solved in the death of a UNC student, Chapel Hill police announced Thursday. The 28 year old McGill Oliveras of Durham was apprehended by FBI agents and charged with first degree murder of the UNC student back in September of 2012 will continue to work this case until every lead has been extinguished. And any parties that have a role in or knowledge of this tragedy are brought to justice that was assistant police chief solicit to you. Oliver's is being held at the Durham County Detention Center without Bond authorities also say they're still investigating and that the case is not closed. I Mitch Evans new details in the fatal shooting of a student in Winston Salem for South County D. A. Jim O'Neill says 15 year old Maurice Evans had a long standing dispute with the victim. Evans is accused of shooting 15 year old William Miller, September 1st on campus. Miller later died at the hospital. Evans has been charged with murder and will likely be tried as an adult. A fake sheriff's deputy busted in Wake County 24 year old Grant Hall was arrested Thursday is charged with Impersonating a law enforcement officer. Authorities say he'd been driving a Ford Crown Vic outfitted with blue lights and decals. College football action continues with a full slate of home games Week. Three. Action gets underway tomorrow afternoon to know Wake Forest gets it started. They welcome Florida State. That's followed by Duke. Their home against Northwestern in two more at night in C State takes on Furman, while North Carolina's up against Virginia. Both games 77 30 kickoff. With continuing news updates on Kyle Wilson. Mostly cloudy skies for us today, although we could see a few peeks of sun through the afternoon. Slight chance for a shower.

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Ex-Prosecutor Indicted for Misconduct in Ahmaud Arbery Death

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ex-Prosecutor Indicted for Misconduct in Ahmaud Arbery Death

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting an ex prosecutor has been indicted for misconduct in the death of a mod armory a former prosecutor in Georgia has been indicted on misconduct charges related to the Ahmad armory case former Brunswick judicial circuit district attorney Jackie Johnson was indicted by a Glynn county grand jury Thursday on charges of violating her oath of office and hindering a law enforcement officer armory was gunned down in February twenty twenty after being pursued by white father and son Greg and Travis but Michael Greg McMichael had worked as an investigator in Johnson's office the indictment says Johnson directed that Travis McMichael the alleged shooter should not be placed under arrest hi Mike Rossi

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Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue on Why Defunding the Police Is Nuts

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | Last month

Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue on Why Defunding the Police Is Nuts

"So we've seen this in minneapolis. We've seen all over the place your response a former marine former law enforcement officer to this idea that we defend the that we take the money right from the police and we give it to social workers. Is that gonna work ten parents not let me tell you. Can i give you an example. I work so you know. We won't get. I won't talk to political but corrie bush right the cod woman godless for she proved to the nation. This week that that doesn't work that having social workers do protection were simply doesn't work she said. Hey in the communities we need to take all the money and give it to social workers and that will solve the crime problem but for protecting me in my life. I actually need security. Your mind read This is a video tain from the ringo star of the squad. Corey bush who. I guess stinks at different for her. Let's play video cut and you can't get that off. I'm gonna make sure. I have security. Because i know i have had attempts on my life and i have too much work to do there too many people that need help right now for me to allow that so if i end up spending two hundred thousand if i spend ten ten ten more dollars on it you know what i get to be here to do the work so suck it up in defunding. The police has to happen. We need to define the police. Put that money into social safety nets. So if you've got hundreds of thousands of dollars you can be safe. Corey bush if you're an average citizen if you're living in a crummy part of town screw you define the police and the issue she says. Hey i've got these threats against my life. Their their moms domestic violence victims who have threats against their lives where there are guys who say i don't want to be in the gang life be more and so they. They tried to get out of the gangs. They've got threats against their lives. There are people who have done in the community to the police. Ticket information about crimes. They've seen they've got threats on their lives. So what makes her unelected official a servant More apt to get security. What makes her more privileged to get security and the common folks in our neighborhoods in our communities shouldn't have that same security. It's really a a question that i think she alone with. That sound bite helped us to that. You know the whole thing is is is not

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Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on the Importance of Title 42

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:16 min | Last month

Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on the Importance of Title 42

"Let's explain this house this on our show already. What is title forty two is. Why was it important. And is it really still in place. So they answer last. Says it's not an. I'll get to that so title forty two again. This was not immigration policy. This is very important. It was a public health policy from. Cdc as part of their containment mitigation strategy to reduce the further introduction of cova nineteen from outside our borders into the country. They told each s you. Shall you will border patrol. Those that are illegally entering. You're gonna stop the border processes of the border. Return them to mexico. You're not going to bring them in your open. Air concord settings like those pictures show that are basically tolbert super superstars. And you're sure is a heck not release them into the united states impact the making the job of c. bp possible possible and protecting the american people okay and they just look so white house just technically extended title forty two and and cdc is still putting out the same stuff that it's dangerous ripe for those who are illegally in the country. These just said it but yet this administration has released almost two hundred thousand families and single dolt into this country wachovia. Cdc order was still in place so let me ask you a naive question. You've been a marine. You've been a law enforcement officer. You've been commissioned if khasan border protection is this administration breaking american law apsolutely unequivocally breaking the law and multiple elements and. I'll go further. Look at and i know. It's tough but i simply the the. The president is abdicating. His producer duties under article two and oracle for a section for as well to enforce the rule of the law to protect this nation So not only. Do i believe the president's do padeas is doing. They are actually what they're doing is actually counter to the still law. The tells them what they should explain that. So look it. I'll give you an example. Really great one. Because a lot of times we talk about the border. Bullish shifted in tier. Two ice ice is by. Ns we use words like xiao. You shall remove people you shall go and arrest people. This administration with their interior enforcement. Priorities are actually telling ice not to enforce the law

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Capitol Rioters Enter 1st Guilty Pleas to Assaulting Police

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Capitol Rioters Enter 1st Guilty Pleas to Assaulting Police

"In New Jersey gym owner and a Washington state man have become the first people charged in the January sixth right at the U. S. capitol to plead guilty to assaulting a law enforcement officer during the siege federal prosecutors identified former mixed martial arts fighter Scott fairly M. as one of the first people to breach the capital after other riders smashed in windows and kicked out the door they say he also harassed police officers after he left the building fairly Ms attorney says prosecutors are seeking a sentence in a range of three and a half to a little more than four years in prison the second man Devlin Thompson of Washington state pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer with the baton he's been ordered jailed in Seattle more than thirty other defendants have pleaded guilty though mostly to misdemeanor charges I'm Ben Thomas

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Biden's Talk of Vaccine Mandates Sends Labor Unions Into Disarray

All Things Considered

01:38 min | Last month

Biden's Talk of Vaccine Mandates Sends Labor Unions Into Disarray

"To attest that they're vaccinated for Covid 19. Or submit to frequent testing. The new policy covers the country's four million federal civilian workers and contractors and the unions that represent those workers are divided over the president's directive. NPR's Brian Naylor reports As cities reimpose mask mandates and millions of Americans continue to refuse to be vaccinated. The Biden administration is turning to the nation's federal workforce to slow the spread of the delta variant of Covid 19. All share in the head of the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, which represents some 25,000 federal employees and agencies, including NASA thinks the directive is a good idea. We are strongly supportive of mandated vaccines for federal workers assurance says That's as long as there are medical and religious exemptions, But he says, everyone deserves a safe workplace. We have well over 600,000 people who are currently dead. We also have a variant of covid that is running rampant that is highly infectious, and we want to make sure that we maintain a healthy work environment for the people that we represent and all federal workers for that matter. But other groups have problems with the Biden administration's new rule. The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association issued a statement saying it was concerned by any move that would mandate the vaccine and that quote, forcing people to undertake a medical procedure. Is not the American way and is a clear civil rights violation. Ralph to Julhas heads the union that

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Police Officers Deliver Emotional Testimony About Violent Day at Capitol

Forum

01:40 min | Last month

Police Officers Deliver Emotional Testimony About Violent Day at Capitol

"D. C. Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Finnegan yesterday, describing what he encountered as he tried to protect the U. S Capital on January 6th. On that day I participated in the defense of the United States Capitol from an armed mob, an armed mob of thousands determined to get inside. Because I was among the vastly outnumbered group of law enforcement officers protecting the capital and the people inside it. I was grabbed, beaten, taste all while being called a traitor to my country. Was at risk of being stripped of and killed with my own firearm as I heard chance of kill him with his own gun. I could still hear those words in my head today via known was one of four officers who testified yesterday during the public first public hearing of the House Select Committee tasked with investigating the attack on the capital. D C Officer Daniel Hodges and Capitol Police officers Harry Dunn and Sergeant Jacqueline Logan. L also gave emotional testimony about the physical and verbal abuse. They suffered statements that are difficult to hear. No one had ever ever called me and while wearing the uniform of the Capitol police officer In the days following the attempted insurrection. Other black officers shared with me their own stories of racial abuse on January six. One officer told me he had never And his entire 40 years of life. Been called in to his face. And that streak ended on January six, a

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:33 min | Last month

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on KTOK

"Another law enforcement officer shot and killed. I'm Pam, who's how Fox News. It happened last night in Vancouver. Washington. Officials in Clark County haven't identified the sheriff's deputy and have not detailed what led to the shooting. Police are looking for three suspects. New Covid 19 cases are back at levels The US hasn't seen since February. Johns Hopkins University says nearly 119,000 infections were recorded Friday What we should watch for, or hospitalizations and deaths. If hospitalizations and deaths are going up among either vaccinated or previously infected people, we may have to be concerned. Senate Republican rand in Oklahoma for three days straight. There have been more than 1000 new infections, angry protests in Australia, where thousands of people protested lockdown restrictions amid a spike in Covid 19 cases. Several arrests were made in Sydney, where demonstrators broke through barriers and threw plastic bottles. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi could appoint more Republicans to the select committee investigating the January riot at the US Capitol this after House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy decided to boycott the probe after two of his nominees were rejected by the speaker. Congressman Jim Jordan was one of them. We know this this this whole January six committee is all about politics just one more one more time to go after President Trump Committee hearings are scheduled to begin next week as Senate Democrats and Republicans continue working on a bipartisan infrastructure bill. President Biden pitch the plan in Virginia infrastructure.

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You Can File Private Civil Suits Against Antifa and Black Lives Matter Rioters

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 2 months ago

You Can File Private Civil Suits Against Antifa and Black Lives Matter Rioters

"With Antifa? Black lives matter and writers. But we're limited. You know, That's the obvious things, you know, Vote and so I'm not talking about that. What do we do? As I point out in American Marxism, the failure of the federal government To unleash criminal investigations and bring charges against Antifa and black lives matter and other domestic terrorist organizations. For the mayhem they have unleashed in the billions of dollars in damage they have caused an American communities. Is scandalous. Moreover, the disparate treatment of individuals by federal law enforcement based on their political beliefs is shocking. And yet we have honorable governors who can act to protect their citizens, including strengthening their laws against such violence and riders. Florida Governor Ron De Santis has instituted measures that increase penalties for existing crimes committed during a violent assembly. It protects the communities, law enforcement officers and victims of these types of act. The bill also create specific crimes for mob intimidation and Cyber intimidation to ensure that Florida Will not be a welcoming place for those wishing to impose There will on innocent citizens and law enforcement by way of mob mentality. Crimes of mob intimidation and cyber intimidation. Both will become first degree misdemeanors. Governors and state legislators across the country must be pressured to adopt similar loss. But citizens need not wait for government at all levels to act. This is from American Marxism. There are private civil lawsuits. They can be filed against these organizations and individual writers. Depending on each state statutes.

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The Government Allegedly Targets the Patriot Movement

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 2 months ago

The Government Allegedly Targets the Patriot Movement

"Original defendants have pleaded not guilty, and they vigorously deny that they were involved in a conspiracy to kidnap anyone. The prosecution gather thousands of social media post some 400,000 text messages and more than 1300 hours of recordings. Including audio or video from all three vehicles that alleges traveled to Birch Lake on the night of September, 12. It maintains that this evidence shows that many of those who were charged not only expressed anti government sentiment But also took concrete steps toward the goal of kidnapping or killing law enforcement officers and elected officials. But the defendants as well as other caught up in the sweeping investigation would stretch from Baltimore to Kansas City. Claim their talk never rose beyond the level of fantasy, and they never intended to harm anyone. Although they have not denied participating, a training events are attending meetings and communicating without the defendants. They claim that no actual conspiracy kidnap the governor ever existed. Instead, they say they were targeted because of their political views. Some described the case as a premeditated campaign by the government to undermine the Patriot movement. An ideology based on fealty to the Second Amendment and the conviction that the government has violated the constitution and therefore is illegitimate. He argued that the

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Gunman Kills 1 Officer, Wounds 4 in West Texas Standoff

Chris Krok

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Gunman Kills 1 Officer, Wounds 4 in West Texas Standoff

"Standoff continues in small West Texas town of level land for law enforcement officers were shot there this afternoon by a man who is now barricaded inside the house. One of the wounded officers. The commander of the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office SWAT team has died remaining through your hospitalized. Reports from the scene say shots have been fired in all directions from inside that house. It is not clear what touched off the shootings. We do know it all began about one o'clock this afternoon when level and police were called to that house to investigate reports of an armed man.

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Indiana Detective Fatally Shot in 'Ambush' While Working at FBI Office

The Daily Mash-Up

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Indiana Detective Fatally Shot in 'Ambush' While Working at FBI Office

"A tough week for law enforcement. We lost a terror hope police officer shot in cold blood. Uh, yesterday, a 30 year vet working with the FBI. Task force as a leader in law enforcement. What initially just run through your mind when you hear news like this. Well, it always takes any officer right back to the to any of their, uh, Fellow officers they've lost in the line of duty and Tragic outcomes that we've sustained throughout the history of our profession. It also reminds every officer um, that could have been us. And so it's always It's always something that kind of rips your heart out and also, uh brings a lot of, uh, fears to the surface for families of law enforcement officers as well. Rick. I mean, that's I mean, that's the thing. I mean, you anything from pulling somebody over for speeding to serving a warrant to have randomly walking up the steps of the courthouse you just in law enforcement. You never know. Um if it's going to be time, it's going to be your time and I are are police officers. Trained to deal with those emotions and concentrate on those aspects of the job. Or is it just muscle memory at some point? Well, it definitely highlights. Any tragedy highlights the need for good, solid training for law enforcement officers. And that training is what, um Provides for our officers to be able to move through any challenge that they are

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3 Law Enforcement Officers Shot, Wounded in Chicago

Texas Standard

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

3 Law Enforcement Officers Shot, Wounded in Chicago

Hunt for Capitol Attackers Still on 6 Months After Jan. 6

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Hunt for Capitol Attackers Still on 6 Months After Jan. 6

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the hunt for capital attackers is still on six months after the January sixth insurrection at the U. S. capitol the FBI continues to hunt for scores of rioters more than five hundred people have already been arrested on Tuesday the FBI released eleven you videos of riders attacking law enforcement officers the FBI is appealing for the public's help in identifying the suspects the FBI website includes more than nine hundred photos of roughly three hundred people labeled and identified and the F. B. I. is offering a reward of up to one hundred thousand dollars for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for planting pipe bombs outside the offices of the Republican and democratic national committees on the night before the riot might cross your Washington

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Bulletin Warns of Extremist Violence as Pandemic Restrictions Lift

News, Traffic and Weather

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Bulletin Warns of Extremist Violence as Pandemic Restrictions Lift

"Americans become vaccinated and head outside this summer, federal authorities have become deeply concerned about the possibility of domestic terrorism and violence, including mass shootings, ABC News chief Law and Justice correspondent Peter Thomas explains some new Homeland Security bulletin obtained by ABC News warrants and extremists. May seek to exploit easing covid 19 restrictions and increased access to mass gatherings to conduct attacks with little or no warning official told me pandemic stress and the explosive political climate is stoking a perfect storm. Bulletin also points to the recent surge in mass shootings as fueling concerns about upcoming holiday celebrations. While no specific plot targeting independence day has been identified, the bulletin honestly warms of evidence of radicals, particularly white supremacists. Discussing plans for tax sharing downloadable links about targeting mass gatherings, critical infrastructure and law enforcement officers. When official telling me the public should not panic, but be alert and ready to pass along tips to law enforcement. In a lot of

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Political Violence Sanctioned for Antifa, Radical Liberals

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 3 months ago

Political Violence Sanctioned for Antifa, Radical Liberals

"Political violence obviously is to be roundly condemned in a in a rational, smoothly functioning constitutional republic. We have a real problem in a country when political violence is sanctioned on one side. BLM and Antifa can burn down courthouses burned down your business attack. You attack the police. It's all on video. We can see it all. And yet you have a different political group accused of all kinds of things on January 6th an incident the capital. Some of which have condemned myself. And yet, it's weird. They find themselves in solitary confinement. Big, massive conspiracy. Shocking all campaigns their words. Don't you find that odd? That sounds you like a obvious and obvious case of political targeting. Doesn't that sound to you? Like the opposite of what we're supposed to be doing in law enforcement. What are we supposed to be doing? Well, when you're a police officer of federal agent people call or they walk in an office and they report a crime. I was robbed. I was beaten. I had my money stolen. I'm a business. I received counterfeit bills. And what do you do? You go investigate the people responsible for that crime and you find them. That's the way in a constitutional republic and unbiased, nonpartisan law enforcement operations supposed to work. Not the other way around. You don't walk into a law enforcement officer or police precinct and say, I want my friend here investigated because I think he may be a trump supporter, and then they go and investigate them and find a crime later. That's not the way that works. That's not a republic. That's

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Revisiting The 1977 Dutch Train Hostage Crisis

Today in True Crime

02:11 min | 3 months ago

Revisiting The 1977 Dutch Train Hostage Crisis

"It was just dawn on a pleasant spring morning. When dutch marine commandos crept up to a motionless train. The cars had been the home of fifty one hostages for the past twenty days self malone gunmen guarded their captives who they hope to use as political leverage. The terrorists demanded that their pacific island home formerly dutch colony and under indonesian rule be given independence while the marines began boarding the train. Five jet airplanes dropped smoke bombs from above a journalist with the associated. Press was reporting from about three quarters of a mile away from where the train was located. He described what he experienced. The ground is trembling. They're firing a lot of firing. Everybody reporters photographers police. Army men are ducking down behind armored personnel carriers later it was estimated that over fifteen thousand bullets had been discharged by the military at the train. One of the hostages ought to j. tweaked woke up two gunshots and tried to take cover tweaked described the ensuing chaos to the new york times. We heard machine guns then. A horrible noise. I thought they were burning their way into the train. With acetylene torches or flame throwers later. We realized that they were planes. Flying over at the same time. Additional marines driving a tank stormed a small village school twelve miles away. The terrorists were holding another four hostages there between them. The two parties of more than two thousand soldiers and law enforcement officers freed fifty five hostages. The fighting six of the terrorists and two of the hostages were shot and killed. Some citizens wondered if such a dramatic show of force had really been necessary to finish the standoff but prime minister yoked and oil defended the operation in a radio broadcast claiming the government didn't have any other choice.

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George Floyd's Family Meets With Biden and Lawmakers on Anniversary of Death

1A

01:52 min | 4 months ago

George Floyd's Family Meets With Biden and Lawmakers on Anniversary of Death

"President joe biden met with members of george floyd family at the white house to mark the one year anniversary of floyd's death and during this private meeting biden expressed a renewed commitment to the police reform bill. Bearing floyd's name floyd's brother felonious spoke to reporters after the meeting. This this thing if you can make federal law to protect the bird which is the bald eagle. You can make for better allow to protect people color shane. What's in this proposed. Police reform bill. Well we've got right now or a number of different provisions that would do things like Probably most notably a banned the use of chokeholds bhai police Which we've seen used in other circumstances including fatal incidents with that. The police were they have used these chokeholds and someone has died also strengthened federal civil rights. Laws would create a national database to track officer misconduct. The big sticking point though and this is where republicans and democrats are at loggerheads is over this issue of qualified immunity which is essentially taking that away would make it easier for individual law enforcement officers to be sued over their conduct on the job. This qualified immunity. That they enjoy right. Now it can act like a something of a shield and this is a place where republicans wanna keep that in place but democrats are advocating taking that away. Particularly in the wake of george floyd steph which remember involved more than one officer who's already been convicted and that death so that's kind of where they are right now and there. Was this hope to have this. Bill done in time for the one year anniversary of george floyd death but at the politics of this have have gotten in the way. And you've seen the floyd family really publicly pressuring the president to do more on this one of george. Floyd relatives actually wasn't at the white house. She was out protesting and publicly calling on biden to basically make good on his word end to end to kind of put pedal to the medal. Here and get this thing through

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Justices Reject Case of Retired Cop Put in Police Chokehold

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Justices Reject Case of Retired Cop Put in Police Chokehold

"The Supreme Court is rejecting an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put in a police chokehold at a VA hospital who's the leader was at the facility for a dental appointment in twenty sixteen when officers at a security checkpoint said he did not produce IDE that eventually led to three officers violently detaining that then seventy year old a lever video shows them putting him in a chokehold and wrestling him to the ground a legal filed a federal civil rights suit against the three officers and while the trial judge allowed the suit to go forward a federal appeals panel reversed the ruling the Supreme Court did not comment didn't reject the levers appeal Sager made Donnie Washington

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Colorado Makes Doxxing Public Health Workers Illegal

Lewis and Logan

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Colorado Makes Doxxing Public Health Workers Illegal

"In Denver. It is now illegal to share public health workers personal information online. During the pandemic. People docks these workers, meaning they shared their addresses online than threatened them and vandalized their homes. Here's Governor Teret Pulis. We is elected officials are probably accustomed to. I should say to the public health officials welcome to our world, but you shouldn't have to be in our world and current law already protects law enforcement officers and human service workers and their families. The new edition regarding health workers goes into

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Start offering campsites as a way to make some money on the side. Eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning Once again, here's Jennifer Cash Enka and now the three big things you need to know number one more than eight hours after it began a hostage situation at a bank in ST Cloud Minnesota, ended last night without any injuries. The last hostage was seen on video appearing to stumble out of a Wells Fargo branch around 10:20 P.m. local time. Law enforcement officers were then seen entering the bank and a man was taken out in handcuffs. ST. Cloud police chief Blair Anderson, there was a male customer who was disgruntled about a prior transaction. With the bank. Short time later, we received a panic alarm, indicating that a bank robbery was in process. Anderson says the suspect he was known to authorities had a prior to speak with the bank. Number two and army trainee has been arrested and charged with dozens of crimes after authorities say he boarded a South Carolina school bus with a gun, authorities in Richland County say during the siege, the suspect how the driver and elementary students hostage before letting them off the bus. Sheriff Leon Lett says the suspect, Giovane Collazo, had run away from Fort Jackson with a rifle. I'll give the bus driver credit. He kept his cool. Hey, didn't overreact Didn't get excited. He kept his cool enough that kept a situation. Com Um and I'll tell you. His main concern was the safety of those kids, and he did his job. What says the suspect to order the kids and bus driver off the bus and drove it to the next town? Eventually abandoned the bus and was leader captured. At least 25 people, including a police officer, have been killed in a shootout in Rio de Janeiro. The shootout took place during a police operation in a favela after.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Law enforcement officers from Ohio and Nebraska are coming to Minnesota to help provide security. David Schaper. NPR NEWS Minneapolis The medical examiner in Washington, D. C has ruled that the late Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick died of natural causes. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports sickening, died after suffering a serious of strokes. The 42 year old officer died after a confrontation with rioters during the insurrection and what Capitol police officials still consider a line of duty death. More than three months after the attack, D C medical examiner Francisco Dia's ruled Brian Sick, Nick died of natural causes. DEA said Sick Nick was sprayed with a chemical substance outside the U. S. Capitol shortly after two p.m. on the day of the capital siege. That evening around 10 P.m. sick, Nick collapsed and was taken by emergency personnel to a local hospital. The M E report says that he had suffered a stroke. Sick. Nick died the following day. The FBI have been investigating sick Nick's death as a homicide and say they'll continue their pro per now. Claudia Reece Ellis. NPR NEWS Washington Former vice president Walter Mondale has died in Minneapolis at the age of 93. Former state attorney general and a US senator. Mondale was chosen by former President Jimmy Carter as his vice president. The 1976. NPR's David Wellness, says Mondale later ran his own presidential campaign. Four years after Ronald Reagan thwarted Carter's reelection, Mondale challenged Reagan's bid for another term. Reagan went on to trounce Mondale beating him in 49 states. The only state Mondale carried was Minnesota. NPR's David Well, no reporting, Mondale also carried Washington D. C, and he made history by naming the first woman to appear on a major political party ticket. York Democratic Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro ran with Mondale for the vice presidency. This is NPR. Sweet from W A B news in Atlanta. Good morning. I'm Lisa Ram, Atlanta's interim police chief, Ronnie Brian says. As of now, there are no serious concerns over this week's expected verdict in the murder trial of George Floyd, he says Atlanta police air coordinating with multiple law enforcement agencies. Nonetheless and does expect a.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:00 min | 5 months ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on 790 KABC

"A former law enforcement officer. The search is ongoing. Police do not believe there's any threat to the public, but one people to stay indoors and report suspicious activity. The attorney for George Floyd's family says America needs to have a racial reckoning and end the killing of black people by police black person is stopped for a traffic violation. It should not end up in a death sentence on ABC s this week. Benjamin Crump says the only way to stop emotional protests is to send the message that police killing black people is unacceptable. Former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin is accused of killing Floyd. Closing arguments in his case begin Monday. Dr Anthony Fauci claims the fastest way to get back to pre cove it normality is to get vaccinated. When you get vaccinated, your risk of getting infected dramatically diminishes and is very low. There are variants that a circulating, but we're also seeing variants that are a bit disturbing on CNN's state of the union, Fauci says Immunization gives the virus less opportunity to mutate. And create new variants that could extend the pandemic and kill more people. As of Sunday, The New York Times reports 1/4 of Americans are fully vaccinated for covert 19 about 40% have gotten at least one shot. The governor of Michigan is urging everyone to do their part in fighting the latest wave of covert 19 in her state. On NBC's Meet the Press, Democrat Gretchen Whitmer says it's vital that residents continue to wear masks. I'm Cameron Fairchild. Get your kid right Talk Radio Southern Night. ABC News two Oh, three. I'm Steve Coming. Los Angeles County has reported 466 new cases of covert 19 and three additional deaths today. Number of covered patients in L. A County hospital's dropped from 486 Saturday to 470 Today, there were 106 people in intensive care down from 112 yesterday. Also the county's daily test positivity rate of 0.9% yesterday was the lowest It's been since the beginning of the pandemic. That number dropped again to 0.7% today. Man walked into it East Los Angeles bar early today and shot three men before fleeing on foot. One of the victims was in critical condition and the other two are expected to survive. Activists are planning to more Los Angeles vigils for today to demand justice for two people shot and killed by police in recent weeks. 20 year old Dante, right in Minnesota and 13 year old Adam Toledo in Chicago. A peaceful vigil was held in Hollywood last night and two more are planned today one at four P.m. on the South Lawn at Los Angeles City Hall and one at 7 30 PM at Leimert Park Plaza. Hey, ABC. So Cal weather sunny for the rest of the afternoon with highs from the mid seventies to around 80 of the beaches to the mid eighties to around 90 inland..

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Overnight law enforcement officers deployed more chemical irritant Governor Kate Brown says she has reached an agreement with the Trump administration to withdraw some of the federal agents there, with Oregon State police stepping in to replace the federal capital. Teams starting Thursday with hopes it'll put an end to the nightly riot declarations. Governor Kate Brown celebrated the deal on Twitter writing. They have acted as an occupying force and brought violence. Fox's Rick Leventhal but acting director of Customs and Border protection, Mark Morgan tells Fox News at night. They're not backing up yet. We're not leaving until we're absolutely sure that the threat against that courthouse and the officers inside our is gone. Until then we're going to remain in Portland. Ting de HS secretary Chad Wolf says the governor has it backwards. The violent agitators who tried to burn down the courthouse or the occupying force, not the federal agents, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, mandating face masks be worn by members of Congress in the House chamber. After Texas Congressman Louis Gohmert tested positive for the Corona virus. He telling Fox's Hannity yo left went nuts. They're saying, Oh, contaminate. Jim hadn't been in the gym and much, they say not berated staff or unmasked that's alive. Representative Gilbert says he is not exhibiting any symptoms of the virus. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, hospitalized after undergoing a nonsurgical medical procedure at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. She expects to be home by the weekend. National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Yes has formed in the Atlantic Expected to pass over Puerto Rico, The Dominican Republic and Haiti today could be a threat to South Florida by Saturday. America is listening to.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"More law enforcement officers have been killed in the line of duty, bringing the total to 29 this year. The police chief in McAllen, Texas, Victor Rodriguez, says his officers were I ambushed while responding to a domestic disturbance yesterday, witness did not fire never stood a chance. The suspect who was known to law enforcement, then turned the weapon on himself. Texasgovernor, Greg Abbott, tweeting quote. Two of our finest were killed in the line of duty while working to protect residents in their community. I've spoken with Galan police chief Victor Rodriguez. And offered the full support of the state of Texas socks is Jackie Baniyas. After reportedly refusing to serve police officer several fast food workers in Alabama have either been fired or suspended. Officers in the city of Daphne say employees at a five guys turned their backs. When the officers walked into the restaurant last week. Fox Tennis reporting, one of the officers heard and employees say I'm not serving them. The restaurant is now closed for employee training. America's listening to Fox News. From the mosque, Nissan Traffic center. Currently, traffic is up to speed on 2 75 including the Howard Franklin and Sunshine Skyway sections. With no accidents to report earlier to 75 collision at Roosevelt Boulevard gone from the roadway for 75. The Salman and the veterans are all currently checking in up to speed throughout Hillsborough County. If you happen to be on all, Martin wrote on the West side of Starkey, there's a minor collision being worked on it. Lake Avenue is a street light and no problems to report on US 19. Antonella, Sir Pasco, Steve Foster NewsRadio, wfld. After a hot.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

Speaking of Psychology

12:28 min | 2 years ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

"A stretch to say that virtual reality is revolutionizing how we train people in law enforcement as well as in other other fields such as aviation and medicine. So thank you for joining us today. Dr Critic thank you very much for having me. So let's start by having you tell our listeners. A little about the research you've conducted inducted specifically training law enforcement officers. How are you using simulations? Why are they well suited to training police We've been using being simulation technology In the use of force area so the video based technology at law enforcement's been using that for about three decades now and it's evolved over time It's getting much better but more recently. We're now using simulation for firearms training and driving simulation. And what what that provides provides us is an opportunity to train both police recruits and as well as existing police officers in an environment. That's safe so what I mean by that is we can't teach a response driving so clearing intersections driving you know lights and sirens through the city city streets in our city or any other city but we can do that using simulation so we can introduce opposing traffic pedestrians. ANIMAS anything that we want to and when something happens You know that's a teaching moment We can talk to the recruit what they did right. What they did wrong? Why certain things happen to cause the collision and then we hit the reset and we allow them to do it again? Something that you absolutely can't do in the real world Firearms arms is another area. It also allows us to train our recruits in a very safe environment. So they don't have to. You know the when you hold a live weapon. There's a certain anxiety that comes along with it and it Kinda takes away from building of the skill itself of learning how to shoot a gun so we can remove that focus. On the actual skill doc was And then introduced the live fire later on and that anxiety seems to Really dissipate on. But I understand that. There's some resistance assistance to this marksmanship. Training is coming from gun. Manufacturers is coming from police departments. What's behind that? It's definitely coming from the end user for sure You know there's this long held belief that Bullet needs to come out of a gun. Needs to recoil. You need to smell the cordite in order to learn how how to shoot but if you learn all the skills the way you need to learn them if you do that correctly the bullet's going to go where you want it to go all the time anyways everything everything happens after everything happens before the bullet comes out of the gun itself so the resistance is coming from those in the field That really are a resistant of changing something. That really hasn't changed how we teach firearms training for the past one hundred years and do people become more adept at marksmanship by going through it. Virtually I I mean. Can you demonstrate that. There's a a a a good reason for doing this. In in addition to what you've just described AH absolutely We have We've conducted a a number of studies with the RCMP It has been replicated down down here in the United States Senate and with another agency in Canada And we have removed all of the lie. Fire practice from our training program. Graham for this research only and demonstrated that the skills or acquire the skills transfer from the simulator to the live fire environment and we have evidence that actually shows that the retention of skill is nominally better than if they were trained in a fully traditional live fire setting so one of the factors that you also studies physiological arousal and how it affects decision making in law enforcement situations. I think it's pretty well understood. Did the policing can be a very hazardous line of work. Which means a police officers may experience hyper vigilance and other forms of physiological arousal? When when is this a good a good thing and when is this bad for an officer in the field? Oh that's a really good question It's it's quite complicated. So what what what we have done over the last. You know I'm just going to say the last ten years we've develop different scenarios both in the simulator and live in our pleased defensive tactics That try and replicate. What could actually happen in the real world and so trying to Stop a threat of some sort. You know whether you're gonNA arrest them or or if it's an active the shooter situation so we build these scenarios and we believe that they're complicated For that particular recruit at a point in time in training. But we don't don't and we also then believe that they are eliciting emotional responses and cognitive demand on our recruits. But we really don't have the evidence to suggest that that's actually the case so one of the reasons why we want to use the physiological equipment is to actually look at that. Are we getting the type of output that we believe that we are when we designed a snare that we're supposed to get so that's one the second thing that we want to make sure that we're doing is that if there is a a high level of emotional arousal and if we can demonstrate With the equipment that there is a large cognitive demand that that we can then incorporate additional tools in the training program for them to be able to work through that emotional arousal and to be able to resolve whatever's evers in front of them In a in a better way I guess in a quicker safer way for both the police officer and the suspect that they're dealing with so those those are a couple of things we also know that when you're talking about PTSD or other occupational stress injuries that it's not just one one traumatic event that necessarily causes that it could be this this notion of a thousand or several hundred different traumatic attic events that are smaller in nature. But it's just also it's one that actually becomes that trigger so the other thing that we want to do is to try and provide them with the tools to manage all stresses as they go through their career in an effort to try and mitigate the effects of PTSD so what are some of those tools. Is it cognitive. Behavioral therapy is. What are you giving to police officers? Yeah we are. We are trying some mindfulness training With some cadets were doing a research project with them right now we are also looking at doing augmented training With a number of cadets Starting next year here And it's a program that was developed out of Harvard and Boston University. So we're looking at a cooperating that into our program and so think about cognitive behavior therapy. You're absolutely absolutely right but instead of giving CBT and these tools to a person after their injured let's give it to them before they're injured to be some sort of a preventative. Mitigating instrument to manage those stresses so body cameras and dashboard cameras of. You've been very much in the news lately. I'm just wondering are these included in your training. And if so how No they're not we do not have not used body worn cameras at all in in my agency and we're twenty five thousand police officers and today. We've made his decision not to use them. We're still examining it. But as of right now we don't use body worn cameras so I haven't worked with. That is that less prevalent in Canada than it is in the US. You think it's pretty pretty becoming very widely used here in this country. Yeah there's still lots of agencies that don't that don't use it what what's the reason you know. I think I think there's a number of I think privacy is one For sure costs as is another. One storage of the videos is tremendously expensive and cataloging So there's a number of different for factors that have to be considered. So can you give a description of how you simulators to train police and first responders how to drive what what's different about driving. When you're a COP? Oh yes so we we take the skills assuming that recruiters Buddha's coming into the academy with some sort of civilian driving skills and we take those skills and then build upon that so we'd introduce a police driving having so what that basically is is giving them the tools in which to do this environmental Scherzer always supposed to be scanning the environment looking for things that are out of place so they don't have to be in a pursuit drive. They don't have to be going to emergency call. They just need to be aware of their environment scanning back and forth and backing fourth for looking for or those things that are out of place and so those are what we're trying to do as a civilian driver. We don't do that. We're just focusing on what's in front of us more or less Going going from point at a point. Be and it's a very unconscious Dr Think about when you go to the grocery store. You don't really remember the journey together. You just remember getting there for or a police officer. They are needing to look at the entire environment. Always looking for those things someone who may be need help or anything. That's out of place place and that's those are the kinds of skills that were. Were trying to give them but while they're doing that we also need to make sure that they're also have the proper vehicle position so as they're driving they don't WanNa get boxed in behind a car just in case they need to respond to emergency so vehicle positioning being aware of where the traffic is and always allowing them's selves away out of situation so they can get to the respondents call so that's kind of in a nutshell what we're trying to teach the cadets. It's a lot to be thinking talking about all at once. It's a kind of multitasking absolutely and then you throw a dispatcher. On their you know so they throw in a license plate that can you do a check on this S. and while they're still scanning back and forth Toronto understand where their vehicle is in in in the traffic and then they got their computer on their side. And that's going off So there's lots lots of things that lots of cognitive demands on a police officer for sure so we're trying to introduce those skills slowly in a simulator. Do the confirmation the live environment come back introduce another skill and so we kind of go back and forth. Kind of think of scaffolding So we're just kind of building and building on those skills and even though we haven't researched this anecdotally from our instructors. They're telling us that those cats are coming into their respective parts to the program much better equipped after they come into the simulator. So it's allowing us to introduce a a certain set of skills. That's a lot to be thinking about. Go I mean it's almost like you're you're having learn how to effectively text and drive. I mean it sounds like it's a very dangerous really absolutely you know. There's lots of lots of discussion about distracted driving and yet we're telling our police officers. You need to distracted driving. But but there's there's also a method to that so when they're on the radio There's certain points on the drive especially when the driving Lights and siren somewhere when you don't use your radio so don't I use it when you're just going into an intersection. If a dispatcher calls they don't know exactly where you are go on the radio as soon as you exit that intersection and going onto the main way because in that safer. There's a lot going on that intersection. And when you're going through red light all the civilian traffic they have the right away going green so if there's a collision and the police officers the one that created that collision not the civilian population. So they have to deal with that situation so the dispatcher. Just give them two or three seconds. Then get back on the radio and then respond to the dispatcher. So we we also teach the NAT Yes there's lots of things going on but take a break because through safely and then go on the radio any findings in your work that You want to discuss that. You've been talking about here and in the APA condom we've also been doing Quite a bit of work with virtual reality We really believe that virtual reality is is. I definitely the wave of the future for police..

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Law enforcement officers mounted the largest manhunt incentive history for an escape killer Dobie us or the data just eighteen years old accused of the brutal murder of Lucille Bruce he was a thirty nine year old capital secretary Ortega was slated for trial in June of nineteen sixty three but questions have been raised about his mental capacity so before the trial he was transported from the penitentiary where he was being held down to a downtown Santa Fe to undergo his psychiatric examination but on the last strip deputy sheriff Manuel probable failed to handcuff Toby before transporting him back to the penitentiary so right there in downtown Santa Fe Toby managed to grab the deputy's gun shoot him in the neck and then make his escape he was last seen running across the lawn of the federal building then he just disappeared. well police followed up hundreds of tips in the area of the governor's mansion bishops lladro circle drive but five days of searching turned up nothing they use dogs horses even the prison guards pitched in the search all rushing to one side or another when a tip came in there was all fruitless. then on the fifth day a tired hungry and empty handed to be a sort they go walked up to the door of this is offered to chuckle before nineteen Washington Street as it turned out she was a friend of the take a family well she called police and they surrounded the house and took Ortega quietly in the custody or take it was quickly hustled back to the penitentiary by state police not the sheriff's deputy and that was by risk specific request of the federal judge. Santa Fe began breathing again it turned out that Toby had had not most of the time in the arroyos around fort Marcy in majors field and that's set of highs of football field yeah in in the aftermath of the escape some interesting things happened first of all deputy Roybal was fired for negligence and the DA briefly considered charging them criminally and Mrs but chuckle that's the housewife on Washington Street try to collect the hundred dollar reward from the sheriff's office but he refused because she had called the city police not the sheriff winner take a turn himself in. Ortega again visited the psychiatrist he was ruled fit for trial will you later take was actually convicted of the Bruce murder got life imprisonment well more like eleven years he was paroled in nineteen seventy five open Toby tried another escape attempt at the courthouse just before the verdict was read but that'd that'd him with no where but there was still a mystery about the gun that Ortega had taken from deputy rubble now he had turned up at Mrs but shekels house without any weapon and refused to tell the police anything about it and though the police combed the area again No gun was ever found that is until the end of the summer nineteen sixty three when four boys chasing a loose baseball and the royal off the baseball field for Marcy park stumbled across the revolver the sharp eyed boys were Jack to foil fourteen his brother Glen of cedar street. Kenny rile of pine street along with Daniel Alan from via rolled us all in the same neighborhood there their efforts the boys received the personal compliments of scent of a police chief a B. Martinez yeah yeah. your listing the scent of a hometown project yeah the scent of a home town projects celebrating the year nineteen sixty three. seven to a project we'll.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Issued last month. It is definitely a national emergency. Rarely have we had such a national emergency therefore to defend the safety and security of all Americans. I will be signing and issuing a formal veto of this reckless resolution, and that's what it was. And I have to in particular. Thank the Republicans, strong wonderful people the Republican senators that we're on our side and on the side of the border security. On the side of doing what they have to keep our nation safe. They were very courageous yesterday. I appreciate that very much congress vote to deny the crisis on the southern border is a vote against reality against reality is a tremendous national emergency or to say tremendous crisis last month more than seventy six thousand illegal migrants arrived at our border. We're on track for a million illegal aliens to Russia borders, people hate the word invasion, but that's what it is. It's an invasion of drugs and criminals and people have no idea who they are. But we capture that because border security is so good. But there put it very bad position. That were bursting at the seems literally bursting at the same what voter patrols able to do is incredible. I also by the way, one of the thank our military because our military has been very much involved as you know, and they're putting up walls. In some cases temporary. In some cases. They were supposed to be temporary. They're so good that they're better than the permanent. So we'll leave England. We've really nowhere left to hold all of the people that were captured and where the point where we're just gonna have to say with these horrible. Decisions that we've been handed by people that aren't living in reality that there's nothing we can do is absolutely nothing. We could do a bursting at the same. She could only do so much and the only option then is to release them. But we can't do that either. Because when you release them, they come into our society, and in many cases, there stone, cold criminals, and in many cases, in some cases, you have killers coming in at murders coming in, and we're not going to allow that to happen. Just knock it allowed to happen. There has been nearly two thousand percent increase in voter related asylum claims over the last decade. Part of the reason is because our country's doing so well, economically that people are coming up in droves, the vast majority rejected, but smuggling organizations making a tremendous amount of money like they've never made before are using these people to crash the system our immigration system is stretched beyond the breaking point. And as I said nothing much, we can do we can just do our job and do it. Well, but there's a point at which. If the Democrats would would get it would be able to make him feel literally in fifteen minutes, we could make a deal on changing catch and release changing the horrible asylum laws that are so unfair. Changing visa lottery. Chain migration. These laws are just horrendous. I won't explain them. But everybody standing behind me knows exactly what they are dangerous for our country at the inspired by Democrats who have to change one in three migrant women is sexually assaulted on the journey north the border crisis is driving the drug crisis seventy thousand Americans a year or killed by drugs, including the math heroin cocaine and Fenton, all and to seventy thousand people is at number that so low. It probably should be used anymore. The mass incursion of illegal aliens deadly drugs. Dangerous weapons and criminal gang. Members. Across our borders has to end we bringing out thousands and thousands a year of MS thirteen gang members and other gang members that are just as bad where they come into our country. They're able to skirt the border come through areas where we don't have proper wall where we don't have any wall at all and they get into the country, and they do a lot of Davidge in many cases, but we get them out by the thousands. And we bring them back reincarceration. The national emergency. I declared last month was authorized by congress under the one thousand nine hundred seventy six national emergencies act, and they haven't been too many that are bigger emergency than we have right at your own border. Consistent with the law and the legislative process designed by our founders today, I am vetoing this resolution. Congress has the freedom to pass this resolution, and I have the duty to veto it. Vetoing. And I'm very proud as I said of a lot of Republican senators that were with them also very proud of the house. The Republicans in the house voted overwhelmingly in favor of a secure border. Since one thousand nine hundred seventy six presidents have declared fifty nine national emergencies. They often involve protecting foreign citizens and far off lands yet. Congress has not terminated any of them every single one of them is still in existence. And yet, we don't worry about our land. We worry about other people's land. That's why I say America first. That's okay. America. I the only emergency congress voted to revoke was the one to protect our own country. So think of that with all of the national emergencies. This was the one they don't want to do. And this is the one perhaps, they should boast. We're joined today by many brave law enforcement officers including sheriffs and just people that have been just tremendous tremendous backers of law and order, which we have to have we're also joined by friends of mine, Mary Edmund doesn't ten Terry Laura Wilkerson, Sabine Durden and Steve rod Beck. And I'm going to ask Steve to say a few words, and I'm going to ask some of the folks behind me to say also a few words as to the importance of what we're doing is nothing more important as I said, I was elected on a very very. Very great group of American people. Millions and millions of people because they want security for our country. And that's what we're going to have. I'd like to ask secretary Nielsen say a few words, and then attorney general Bill Maher, and then I'd like to go to some of the folks behind me, and perhaps you'd have something to say, and then we're going to sign something that's going to give us safety and our border secretary. I wanna thank you and the vice president for your leadership, and your constant support of the brave men and women not only Representative behind you on the very front lines of our country. CDP ice the fact that this is an emergency is undeniable we have not seen this type of flow is, you know, it's predominantly families and children, which means that there's a very unique.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Wolf another tragedy playing out and i was just thinking you know a month and a half ago i sat there with you and with shimon and phil mudd and here we are yet another another incident that we're trying to make sense of as we look at the size of this facility that's going to be key here as far as the length of time it takes determine where is the threat is there still a threat obviously law enforcement officers responding in proportion to the massive undertaking that's a head of them as far as working through that facility determining what they're dealing with talking to witnesses we've seen that fusion of state local federal law enforcement officers in an incident like this you're going to see that mutual aid you're gonna see officers responding in assisting at the beginning no one cares about who's in charge is having that unified command people coming together being able to determine is there a threat and how can we best put our resources to use in order to protect lives and they're still a threat here so we're seeing that i think you know at the top of the hour we learned that hospitals are now starting to receive a victims which changes things a lot a lot of these incidents unfortunately in the last couple of years hospitals have now become a huge part of the planning and practice of some of these drills and some of these active shooter incidents ready for that kind of response and i think you know unfortunately we always hoped the number is low obviously but to hear them now taking victims obviously changes this a lot and we'll just have to continue to monitor the figure out what what the extent is that we're dealing with and you know what the next step is we see law enforcement officers there frisking people as they come out you know trying to put the employee's in an area where they can talk to them where they can go through and determine is your threat here obviously parkland there was the issue with the shooter actually being able to exit the facility in as you recall was was arrested off site and so that's obviously forefront of mine for a law enforcement as well as you know do they know who the threat is.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Knowledge he i represent law enforcement pro bono um in various courts including the us supreme court in law enforcement officers pervasively carry guns like the one shot at a time not machinegun a are fifteen in their patrol vehicles and they carry those guns for only one purpose which is the protection of innocent life of themselves and others these are guns that are wellsuited superior to many other guns for that particular purpose of the protection of innocent life and the exact same reasons why law enforcement officers do choose this gun for keeping the peace for the protection of innocent life but now we have a mass shooting province we we clearly of a mass shooting problem just exactly those guns yellen the atom lanza what was a 150 rounds and five minutes twenty six dead yes and that's a rate of fire th could be duplicated by many other guns many of them a centuryold uh we know that that two thirds of gun murders are perfect rated with handguns but we don't ban handguns from everyone because a few people miss use them for crime that's why we have a second amendment which is to protect the rights of the lawabiding to own the most appropriate arms for lawful britannia and yet we don't have fifty kilometres england's roaming the streets as eric says john donahue how 'bout you got a vet saying this is two months lethality on our streets who got dave saying 'look this is covered by the second amendment and back off who the upside you.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Address this and in fact in 2012 when we publish the materials the ah via b i did a review of all of their counterterrorism cereals in removed eight hundred pages pretty opaque examination we weren't allowed to take any deep look at what they were doing but clearly the fact that somebody like sebastian gorka could met later get hired as instructor on muslim terrorism and that these types of reports are coming out in june suggested you can look at a bunch of these reports and they all read like very poorly edited wikipedia pages straight i look at it from a law enforcement officers standpoint what in the world would i would i do after i received this report race how would i acted any differently except assume that anybody who is protesting police violence is a threat to me but jonassant some of your sources disagreed john to some of your sources felt that this was worst that perhaps some of those previous materials were not totally off track but this was so striking is that a fair characterization yeah definitely i think that there is a difference between the detroit my thornton but also frankly problem the document i previously look at some of the one cited completely fog leonid report the in her d new karam needed up out of thin air cried at curry tho laud all black people who are briefing grievances about anything in all hit three and my door hinder like that is the different upon the more narrow threat bulletins that go out that your day you know whether those are dr not the sort of what been defined at least per decade very narrow slated up the ride to the point of eat program and need bolton today either he worth pathetic type the indicators beloved bringing in a threat to you know had at their that bulk in that way out that the report revert kale uh under the obama administration warning about potential violent in the week the market than verde and it bad none thing that did report is very hill i made that upi.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Later today federal investigators are expected to announce what caused last year's deadly crash of a hot air balloon in texas sixteen people died when the balloon came in contact with power lines before crashing in a field near the town of lockhart investigators say they may recommend hot air balloon pilots received the same medical screenings as other pilots this is npr news in washington the fbi says one hundred eighteen law enforcement officers in the us were killed in the line of duty last year and p ours ryan lucas said the number of officers killed on the job by felons jumped sharply in 2016 the fbi releases its tally of law enforcement officers killed and assaulted on an annual basis the new figures show that sixty six officers were killed because of a felony in 2016 up from forty one the previous year the officers died in a variety of circumstances including ambushes tactical standoffs and when responding to disturbance calls the other fifty two officers killed in the line of duty were deemed accidental deaths around half of which were the result of traffic accidents the number of officers killed in the line of duty often varies considerably from year to year still attorney general jeff sessions who has repeatedly pledged to support for police said the figures marcus staggering increase and he reiterated his promise to crackdown on violent crime ryan lucas npr news washington baseball the new york yankees are climbing back into the american league championship series last night the yankees beat the houston astros eight to one that cut the astros lead in the series to two games to one.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"At basically in all sorts of ways it appears that that engineers inside of uber kind of broke with norms as far as privacy and and sort of data security is concerned so so for instance they were routinely calling cabs from from lift a competitor and and basically trying to hire those drivers they were routinely scraping data from other services and and this this thing called gray ball which is the subject of another investigation they were sort of routinely trying to identify police and law enforcement officers and try to make it more difficult for those people to use the app basically giving law enforcement fake data allegedly so it's a whole bunch of it's a whole swirl of things you start to add it up and and obviously it looks like a culture of a that that's problematic silliest eating them accident it makes meat may be considered that you know with a hefty valuation you may be considered that how is the justify when you have competitors that may offer exactly the same kind of service without these legal problems i mean what competitive advantage to they have their aren't they got a list the clients and everyone has the app but everyone's got the other happen through the same clients yeah an i mean this this gets to a pretty significant issue for over which is right now they are trying to raise money raise a big boatload of money from softbank including some of this money is going to buy out existing shareholders in in an auction we don't know exactly what the the valuation is going to be is is it going to be you know closer to two overs sort of.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on Filmspotting

"But who streets does have a cumulative truth i think to it because it's a little bit like what we saw in detroit and this was acknowledged by detroit how the mainstream news coverage focused during that up rising on a lot of the property damage in the looting and a big lows camera chooses to show us a lot of that i've owns maybe a little bit too much it sort of fell into that trap but it does show us some other elements of what was going on at that time or at least recreations who streets primarily shows us what these residence and some protesters were experiencing an it's astonishing because what adds up are the number of dogs the number of military light trucks the number of weapons the number of law enforcement officers of all kinds from local police officers too you know heavily armed i'm i think they might be from the national guard and it was i think one of the activists describes it as a i think he says an unseen war is what essentially happened and it's also you know this markedly different response from what we saw here the week after the whitesupremicist rally in charlottesville virginia where the law enforcement presence was comparatively light yeah even though there are multiple reports of some of those people rallying an armed yet heavily heavily armed and yet it's nothing like what descended upon ferguson so uh you know i think it's it's just a really fascinating.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Well after giving this great description now we have several months of this investigation go by of this possible abduction of sandra and police don't really have any leads on this but they have this description that was done with one of those identikit systems that they have well we have to law enforcement officers their meeting for lunch and one of them is investigating or has been investigating the lord kate smith her case the other is investigating this possible abduction of sandra well they're kinda comparing notes they're talking about their open cases in the cases that are most on their mind at this time and its through this lunch meeting the the one law enforcement agent she figures out that the person that she is looking for she's looking for this person has just been described to her she figures out that it's the same guy the is a suspect in this other case and when you look at the picture of the real life picture of this dude and compare it to the sketch i mean i rarely do you see it like this where matches the guy to a tea well later he is identified we have william reese this is the guy that was fidgeting and coughing during the polygraph test now he is identified by sandra as her a doctor and identified by persons at the convenience store as well as being the guy that hopped out of the truck and was watching her as she was on the phone dacha that's right eventually reese was charged with aggravated kidnapping of sandra and the thing here is now is going to be a life sentence um it took i don't captain i'm not certain about his prison sentence on that one uh he was found guilty it did take several months though to connect reese too this abduction.

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"law enforcement officers" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"law enforcement officers" Discussed on 1A

"That's the mother of for casteel speaking this week in a press conference shortly after the verdict acquitting the officer who killed him came out money your host so where do you think we stand right now in terms of the national conversation on these police involved shootings you know i think that that for communities of color there's not a shock because we've been here so many times before so it is sad a reinforcement that in a law law enforcement officers are literally above the line many cases or lease that is the perception this case is particularly complicated for all kinds of reasons when we talk about what what we know now is intersection aladi i find it very interesting joshua that you referred to the police officer in this case as hit on any more un is um as far as i know he's actually geronimo yanez um so i'm not he is a of mexican you know mexicanamerican but we don't exactly know how he identifies but i think within the latino community there is a a a conversation and we let the usa are part of that conversation about antiblack sentiment in latino latino communities the up front antiblack sentiment and how we're looking at that there's also an interesting political conversation happening very far away which is that congressman of the endless by yet the first formally undocumented dominican immigrant who identifies as a latino of african descent whose first time member of congress joined the hispanic congressional spent a caucus wanted to join the congressional black caucus and they said.

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