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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"And talk leader. Super talk 99 7. Good afternoon. It is three o'clock. I'm Pamela for with your top stories. A federal judge has put a temporary block on the Tennessee law that requires women undergoing drug induced abortions to be informed that the procedure can be reversed. The law was set to go into effect tomorrow and included a ban on abortions. Once a fetal heartbeat is detected. Violators would be at risk of going to prison for up to six years. Abortion rights groups sued to block it in August. And just last week, Davidson County District Attorney Glenn Funk said he wouldn't enforce the law calling it unconstitutional. Governor Li has said the state would do whatever it takes in court to defend the law. And Weaver W T a news We are hearing from one of the Louisville police officers who was shot during last night's protest. Major Aubrey Gregory describes what it was like that night. It sounded like The whole magazine of maybe 15 rounds were fired at us, and then the gunfire stopped. Gregory says he never reached for his gun. His protests were happening over the grand jury decision. In the Briana Taylor case, however, he soon realized he had been shot in his hip. Gregory has returned to light duty and says he doesn't hold the protesters responsible for the shooting on Ly the suspect. Lorenzo Johnson, now to Capitol Hill. FBI Director James Comey expressing new concern about the threat of foreign interference at today's Senate Judiciary Committee. Hearing on the investigation into allegations of wrongdoing when investigators conducted their probe into Russia's tampering during the 2016 presidential election, know that a nation that does not have America's best interests at heart Wants to re elect Donald Trump. Let that sink in. Let it guide how you think about the way we are to conduct ourselves going forward. Finally, the Titans game with the Steelers on Sunday is postponed due to the Cova 19 outbreak among Titans players.

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"800 to 1551 for one. That's 800 to 15 51 41 Former FBI director James Comey is testifying before the Republican led Senate Judiciary Committee. Regarding his role in Crossfire. Hurricane Comey in Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz having this exchange, Mr Comey, I have the report right in front of page 254 describes how the lawyer specifically the words and not a source. Had been in a certain is inserted in the response directly reversing what the CIA says. Was it practice in your FBI to fraudulently alter evidence that you submit the federal courts? Was not. The practice in the FBI fraudulently alter anything is presented to federal courts. Well, it is difficult to say that an investigation that featured fraudulent evidence Is confident and honest. We're hearing from one of the Louisville police officers who was shot during last week's riots in the city. Major Aubrey Gregory describes what it was like that night. It sounded like The whole magazine of many 15 rounds were fired at US. And then they're gonna burst out regularly shot in the hip says he on Ly holds the suspect responsible Lorenzo Johnson to be shot by a single person. I don't hold the group responsible for what another person did. But I hold that person responsible. Johnson not charged with attempted murder was on ly charged with wanton endangerment for firing his weapon for US radio news. I'm Timberg. Hi. This is Dr Phil, the new Corona virus called Cove it 19 is spreading in China and beyond. While CDC is working to stop the spread of the virus,.

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Must have a coordinated effort across state and local law enforcement officials. Keep everyone safe this weekend, the proud boys. We're organizing a rally, and they plan to hold that a Delta Park Antifa plans a demonstration at Peninsula Park police saying that they'll try to get both groups and keep them separated to prevent violence. One of the Louisville police officers who was shot during a demonstration is back on the job. Police Major Aubrey Gregory, head of the SWAT unit was struck in the hip while Officer Robinson does. Roaches suffered wounds to the abdomen. The day after both were shot. Gregory was welcome backto work was still hospitalized, but he too, is expected to make a full recovery. Lorenzo Johnson is charged with two counts of first degree assault of a police officer. Jim Million ABC NEWS Louisville, The head of the F B, I is getting pushed back from the White House after stating the historical accuracy of mail ballots as President, Trump continues to push his false and baseless claim that voting by mail leads to widespread fraud. He's being contradicted by his own FBI director Christopher Array, telling lawmakers on Thursday. We have not seen Historically. Any kind of coordinated national voter fraud effort in a major election. Whether it's by mail or otherwise. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows Fire BANK it, Ray saying on CBS Friday. Perhaps he needs to get involved on the ground, and he would change his testimony on Capitol Hill. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington As the battle continues against the Western wildfires, the fire danger is about to spike again in Northern California around 21,000 people living in Northern California could have their electricity turned off this weekend, not rolling blackouts this time because of limited electricity. This time over worries about high fire, danger and wind PG and E is warning the power maybe shut off to prevent wildfires in case the wind brings down electrical equipment. The power could be off Saturday to Monday at like stone, ABC Nair's thousands of or going into still out of their homes because a wildfire evacuations 11 90 kxas Michael Desmond reports more than 2000. People are still in emergency shelters in hotels. Director of Organs Department of Human Services for Boars Packs arrest says once people are able to assess Her home's condition. Those who cannot live in their homes will be able to get temporary housing. You're not talking about hotels. What we're talking about is temporary rentals, mobile homes, travel trailers or FEMA Direct housing, which is actually manufacture. Tom, provided by FEMA tax arrest, says he's also asking the federal government to wave a requirement for Oregon to match 25% of federal funding. An annual training exercise will be held at the port in trams Sunday morning. The important Fire Bureau's technical rescue team does his training every year in the event that a rescue is needed. The training starts at 9 A.m.. It will conclude.

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Over 100 protesters were arrested Wednesday night. More arrests occurred last night. Police have arrested a 26 year old suspect in the shooting of to Louisville police officers during protests on Wednesday. Lorenzo Johnson faces two counts of first degree assault of a police officer and 14 counts of wanton endangerment of a police officer. The officers that were shot are expected to make a full recovery. Governor Greg Abbott is proposing legislation to crack down on writers and a Thursday news conference in Dallas have it referred to summertime protests that turned violent in the state and the Austin City Council's decision last month to slash police funding. Abbott proposed felony charges and mandatory jail time for writers who calls injuries or property damage. Attack police or point lasers at officers. He also proposed making it a felony to block entrances and exits of hospitals or to help writers with financial or organizational aid. The measures would need the approval of the Legislature, which convenes in January. A case of alleged voter fraud is being prosecuted in Texas case involves the 2018 Democratic primary election. Greg County Commissioner Shannon Brown and three others are indicted in connection with an organized vote harvesting scheme in order to increase the pool of ballots needed to swing the race in Brown's favor, they're accused of targeting young able bodied voters. To cast ballots by mail and fraudulently claiming those voters were disabled. Under Texas election law mail ballots based on disability are specifically reserved for those who are physically ill and unable to vote in person. On Thursday, President Trump held another rally in another battleground states from now we're going to Win.

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Degrees in Milwaukee at 702 from the UT M J breaking news Center. Protesters in Kenosha aren't stopping in their quest to get justice for Jacob Blake. Demonstrators say they're doubling their efforts for Blake, who was shot by Kenosha police last month watching what they call a miscarriage of justice for Briana Taylor decision yesterday ran a tailor reminds us of the deep seated anti black racism and our society in our institution in time, there's no one to take over. Martin King Marco made Jesse Jackson never joined Thursday by Jesse Jackson. This coalition here black and white, together in such a state says it's in the final stages of its investigation into the police. Shooting. Tony back double D T. M. J News, a 17 year old accused of shooting and killing two protesters during protests in the days after Blake shooting now facing an extradition hearing that would return him to fate to Wisconsin to face trial for homicide charges. Kyle Rittenhouse arrested in Illinois, a day after prosecutors say he shot and killed two people and injured another during August. 25th protests written His attorneys say their client acted in self defense. This is the second extradition hearing for Riton House. His attorneys requested and got approved for an extension last month, Second night of protests and Louisville lead to 24 arrests. Demonstrators Concerned about the verdict in the Briana Taylor case on the first night of their protests. Two police officers were shot after the first night of protests turned violent. Two police officers a shot major Aubrey Gregory, walking into RO call less than 24 hours after he was shot. Gregory not back to full duty. Yet the other officer still recovering. Lorenzo Johnson has been charged with two counts of assault in the first degree and 14 counts of wanton endangerment directed against police officers. And while a federal investigation into Brianna's case is under way, so many still grappling with what they call a lack of justice for Briana, more than six months after her death, ABC is Alex Perez in Louisville DECISION. Wisconsin President Trump continues to stoke doubts about the fairness of the election. And a peaceful transition of power just 39 days away from Election Day growing concern after the president refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. If he loses the election. We want to make sure the election is honest,.

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This is the 12 O'clock report. Welcome to Friday, September. The 25th I'm Rob Carpenter breaking now. Interim chief Rob Schroeder says one of the officers who was wounded. It was in charge of the special Operations division. Major Aubrey Gregory, who is the commander of our special Operations division and was leading efforts on the ground last night, was treated and released. Um, University Hospital for a gunshot wound to his hip. As for the second officer, officer Robinson does. Roaches was shot in the abdomen last night, having to undergo surgery as a result of his injuries. He's in stable condition and expected to recover. L MPD says the man accused of shooting both of the officers. Lorenzo Johnson, is that metro corrections facing 16 total charges in connection with the incident. I'm Will Clark. Also, Kentucky's A G. Daniel Cameron says he wants to make sure a tragedy like Briana Taylor never happens again. Morpher 700 Suzanne Duval. Cameron says the task force will consist of citizens members of law enforcement community. Senators from the judiciary defense attorneys, UN elected leaders will be issuing executive order in the coming days to create this task force. I believe, conducting a top to bottom review. The search warrant process is necessary. To determine if changes are required. And established best practices. The task force will review the search warrant process an execution to see if there are any changes that need to be made. I'm Suzanne Duval ready.

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on AP News

"Scenario that nature that's realistic and As the continents there will be a peaceful transition is the new president. Trump was booed as he and first lady Melania Trump paid their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Supreme Court. Crowd chanting vote him out! As Trump stood on the steps of the court building as he was readying to leave for Charlotte, North Carolina. Trump insisted he and the first lady didn't hear the crowd. They were right next to the media. But we really could hardly hear too much. Trump has promised that on Saturday he will name a candidate to replace Ginsberg. An arrest has been made in Louisville, Kentucky, after two police officers were shot last night, Lorenzo Johnson Has been charged with two counts of assault, the first degree and 14 counts of wanton endangerment all directed against police officers. They were shot during protests following the decision in Louisville not to charge the three police officers involved in the shooting death of Briana Taylor. This is AP News. Overdoing black licorice is dangerous. Here's the apes, Jennifer King. Last year, a Massachusetts construction worker, switched from red to black licorice and ate a bag and a half a day. For several weeks, he collapsed in a fast food restaurant and died The next day, Doctors found he had dangerously low potassium, which led to heart, rhythm and other problems. The Food and Drug Administration is repeating a warning. Eating as little as two ounces of black licorice a day for two weeks. Concordes a heart rhythm problem, especially for people over 40 black licorice contains a substance called bliss arises acid it can cause dangerously low potassium and mineral imbalances. I'm Jennifer King, the city of San Francisco, is suing 28 drug dealers who plied their trade in broad daylight. In an area that has the highest number of overdose deaths in the city. A court order would bar the dealers from the area and find them $6000 plus take away their drugs and money if they return to McGuire AP News.

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Lorenzo Johnson has been arrested on multiple charges, including assaulting two police officers boxes. Jeff Paul in Louisville, Kentucky. Governor Andy was sheer condemned The shooting of the officer is saying the answer to violence can never be violence. Before heading out the campaign events this evening, President Trump said he supports nonviolent demonstration. I think that peaceful protests is number one. Fine to do that in a peaceful manner. But when it gets least, but it gets less than peaceful As you see all over, then it's unacceptable and that's where law and order is necessary. And that's where law enforcement It is very important. This is the family of Rianna. Taylor has said they plan on holding a news conference tomorrow morning with civil rights attorney event Crump at that campaign event in Charlotte, the president announced an executive order on healthcare Days of ripping off American patients are over. He says the plan will deliver better care with more choice in a much lower cost. And he says he's working when sure Americans have access to the care they need, including expanding affordable insurance options. Some school districts in Iowa, said hundreds of students home for quarantine or isolation after outbreaks of covert 19 state officials reported over 1300 new cases of the virus in the last 24 hours. America is listening to Fox News. If you're curious about who may be out there, But I don't want to jump into anything right away. Then take a fun step and just take a look at our time..

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Presidential transition After President Trump refused to commit to one himself, Bloomberg's Nathan Hagar reports after President Trump was asked about it. You have to see what happens, You know that I've been complaining very strongly about The ballots and the ballots. AIR disaster, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeted quote, There will be an orderly transition. Justus there has been every four years since 17 92 Democratic Senator Joe Mansion, is urging his Republican colleagues to go further than making promises the sake of our country. For the sake of humanity as we know it for the sake of our Children and future generations. Please protect this Great Republic of art in Washington. I'm Nathan Hager. Bloomberg Radio. Donald Trump's niece is following up her best selling Tell all book by filing a lawsuit alleging the president and two of his siblings cheated her out of millions of dollars over several decades while squeezing her out of the family business. Mary Trump is seeking unspecified damages in the lawsuit that was filed in a state court in New York City. A man is in custody after two officers were shot last night in Louisville, Kentucky, following that grand jury's decision to not directly filed charges in the death of Briana Taylor. Louisville Police chief Robert Schroeder. Lorenzo Johnson has been charged with two counts of assault, the first degree and 14 counts of wanton endangerment, all directed against police officers. One officer was treated and released with a leg wound. Another officer, was shot in the abdomen and is recovering from surgery and is said to be doing well. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take.

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Breaking news this hour from townhall dot com I'm John Scott in Louisville, Kentucky. 26 year old Lorenzo Johnson has been charged in the shooting of two police officers who were wounded during protest over a grand jury's decision in the fatal shooting of Briana Tyler. The state attorney general said that investigation showed officers were acting in self defense when they responded to gunfire from Taylor's boyfriend. A citation against Johnson says he intentionally fired multiple times that officers Wednesday night and the two officers are now recovering. Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher says his community needs to come together with compassion and justice. Violence is not the answer. And destruction is not the answer. Public safety and the work for racial equity and justice can and must co exist. That's the goal that were working toward making. Louisville police say a curfew will remain in effect for the next two nights. Also a townhall dot com Several GOP senators were quick to distance themselves from President Trump's suggestion the country could become embroiled in controversy over the fall. Election results. Bob Agnew reports from Capitol Hill. The lawmakers stopped short of criticizing the president. But in a series of tweets stressor expectation for a smooth transition of power After the election, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeting that there would be quote That orderly transition. Justus there has been every four years and 17 92 other Senators reserve criticism for Hillary Clinton, who publicly urged Joe Biden not to continue to President Trump quote under any circumstances because she thinks the election results are going to drag out. Do the ballots cast by mail. Buying new capital who sales of new homes rose by very strong 4.8% in August, the Commerce Department says that follows steep declines in March and April. Wall Street stocks are higher than our 38 points. The NASDAQ 29 points higher. More on these stories at townhall dot com. This report is sponsored by the word on well. Financial network hears the word on wealth. A retirement update from five star wealth manager certified financial planner Marty Schneider, the retirement professor. Time now, once again for our daily chat with one Marty Schneider, the retirement professor. Back in action, eh, Marty, How are you doing? Good. No good to be with you, as always, Always good to be with you. Well, one thing I know we haven't talked about on the show and quite a bit is inflation. What's going on with that topic? Yeah, You know, it's been inflation has been fairly tame over the last decade, really, since the meltdown in 2008 and the Fed of courses I've been keeping interest rates artificially low for that period of time, so it's not really reared its ugly head. But you know, it has to be addressed by every retiree just to give you an example knew it if you look back 30 years over that period of time. You would find things doubling or tripling and costs. An example would be a postage stamp 30 years ago is top five cents. Wow. Right. A gallon of gas 97. Let's not talk about gas, Marty. Average price of a new car that 15 grand 30 years ago. So much different world now, isn't it? It really is. And over the last 30 years, the price of just about everything has either doubled or tripled. And it's gonna happen throughout a retirement because what goes on Noah's people live in 30, plus years into their retirements now? Oh, sure, You know, the medical advancements are incredible. And so you know, if people are actually able to exceed the expectations, Yeah, and during that 30 years, I can guarantee Ah, even though inflation's been tame here for The last eight or 10 years. It won't stay that way, and retirees are the most effective at that, because they don't have a paycheck. They're not getting annual salary increases to keep up with the cost of living. They have to have their harder, doesn't it? Well, yeah, the assets have to have to have some growth component to keep up with the cost of living and inflation. So the best way to do that, Marty, we'll probably stocks long term now. Of course, you know, the tradeoff there know is you have to bear the short term volatility. The stock shirt, which is you know is ah, day to day. Kind of bouncy. Yeah, but give it 20 plus years. It's really quite a predictable investment over that time. Like you always say, you have to have time in the market instead of trying to time the whole thing. That's a name man, because it is about time in the timing, and the longer you have for that growth, complaining toe work, then the less volatility you're going tohave, even if it's in the stock market, So putting together a strategy to address that in retirement. If you're going to be living 2030 40 years in your retirement, we've gotta have a component. Keep up with the cost of a postage stamp. The cost of a gallon of gas, the cost of your electrical power, food, all those things. They're going to continue to go up and they won't go down. That's for sure. Yeah, not likely to go down and at some point we might even see some hyperinflation so it could go up dramatically, but for the moment is fairly tame. But don't take your eye off that ball. It's coming. It's there. And when it comes back, you have to have your financial and retirement dollars address that risk. It is indeed a risk to be addressed, and we're trying to make a plan again. Marty, it's United. We close out here. It's not that you can't do it. It's that you don't have the mental capacity when time is involved, and that's the last thing at the end of a 10 hour day that I want to do myself. It's figured out my finances. Yeah. You gotta have some help with that. And you have Tio allocated properly.

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Would not say on Lisa Brady Fox News says President Trump continues to raise concerns about the expanded use of mail in ballots. He's also refusing to commit To a peaceful transfer of power, prompting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pants. It's no surprise again because the president has been contemptible of science and governance. And so you see, 200,000 people have died both the Republican Senate leader and House minority leader Kevin McCarthy. We're trying to reassure the public. It'll be a smooth transition regardless of the outcome, and the White House spokeswoman has just told reporters The president will accept the result of a free and fair election. Meantime, the FBI weighing in on mail in ballots and the issue of voter fraud, FBI Director Christopher Ray says the agency is not seeing historically any kind of coordinated national voter. Fraud effort in the major election, whether it's by mail or otherwise, to change a a federal election outcome by mounting that kind of fraud at scale would be a major challenge for an adversary. But people should make no mistake. We're vigilant where he told the Senate Homeland Security Committee. The agency has seen voter fraud on a local level from time to time. Rachel Sutherland Fox is one Louisville police officer is now out of the hospital after two were shot last night during protests of the grand jury decision in the police shooting of Briana Taylor. A suspect is in custody for last night's shootings. Lorenzo Johnson right now facing charges For that shooting and in total for the entire night. 127 arrests were made for things like vandalism and looting boxes. Jeff Paul in Louisville were a curfew will remain in place for two more nights. The mayor, noting today that the Taylor case remains under FBI investigation. America.

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Breonna Taylor: Officers shot, suspect in custody amid unrest after grand jury decision

Curtis Sliwa

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Breonna Taylor: Officers shot, suspect in custody amid unrest after grand jury decision

"Holding a briefing after a night of protests in Louisville over a grand jury's decision not to charge the two officers who killed Briana Taylor. Fox is Evan Brown has this live at least a police in Louisville now have a man in custody for the shooting of two officers during last night's unrest. Lorenzo Johnson has been charged with two counts of assault, the first degree And 14 counts of wanton endangerment, all directed against police officers. Chief Robert Schroeder says one officer was hit in the abdomen and needed surgery. The other was struck in the leg. Both are expected to recover. Louisville P D, made more than 120 arrests last night for rioting and looting. Other officers were hurt. Trying to contain the crowds, which spanned the city. Lisa Thanks

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Fox News City officials and police holding a briefing after a night of protests in Louisville over a grand jury's decision not to charge the two officers who killed Briana Taylor. Fox is Evan Brown has this live at least a police in Louisville now have a man in custody for the shooting of two officers during last night's unrest. Lorenzo Johnson has been charged with two counts of assault, the first degree And 14 counts of wanton endangerment, all directed against police officers. Chief Robert Schroeder says one officer was hit in the abdomen and needed surgery. The other was struck in the leg. Both are expected to recover. Louisville P D, made more than 120 arrests last night for rioting and looting. Other officers were hurt. Trying to contain the crowds, which spanned the city. Lisa Thanks seven. President Trump praising Kentucky's Democratic governor for calling out the National Guard Joe Biden, also condemning the violence in Louisville. He is hunkering down for debate prep today while the president heads to North Carolina and Florida, facing criticism from Democrats, including Biden for not committing to a peaceful transition of power if he loses in November, But the Senate leader is the winner of the November 3rd election will be inaugurate. But on January 20th, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wrote in a Twitter post, adding, there will be an orderly transition. Justus there has been every four years since 17 92 president, Trump has raised concerns about mail in ballots senses We'll have to see what happens. Top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says America will not permit a dictator boxes Jarod help earn on Capitol Hill, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, also assuring a peaceful transition. Just getting word. The same niece who wrote a Tell All book, Mary Trump is now suing the president and other family members for fraud, claiming she was cheated out of a multi million dollar inheritance. America is listening to Fox News. The big media are afraid of David Horowitz. His new book blitz, but Donald Trump Jr says, bypass them and get blitz. Now a runaway New York Times bestseller Mike Huckabee, Mark Levin and Rudy Giuliani all say you should get it. Blitz, says Trump has a big surprise..

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And last night in Louisville, we had 500, Kentucky National Guardsmen out. The protests were largely peaceful. I watch those in the afternoon and said OK, people are marching good marching down the street. They want their voices to be heard. God bless America, but But what happened last night? Those we had two officers wanted being shot by Lorenzo Johnson, 26 year old man who literally walked up in attempted to execute them much like we saw in L. A last weekend. Ah 127 people arrested last night. Hopefully, tonight's more peaceful, but But who knows? It could be even worse, right? We don't know. But I will say this for those. Okay? We want justice. What does justice look like? And let's keep in mind the fact that in our system our legal system There's the civil and there's the criminal element of the law. And last week, a $12.5 million settlement was granted by the city Louisville, and that money is given to the family. Briana Teller doesn't bring her back doesn't mean with what happened was right some out, but that's the that's called a remedy. That's the fix. Outside of someone going to prison. We give you money when we screw up? That system has been around for a long, long, long, long time, and it's not going to change. But if you want someone to go to prison for this if you want officers Mattingly and Cosgrove convicted of murder First degree murder, Second agreement of murder. Keep in mind that they were given a document by a judge a court order to enter Briana Taylor's apartment on that night, March. And serve that weren't in the sense that they were going to go Look for things they thought were there that weren't And that's a failure of communication of Valley of intelligence, investigative work. But guess what? It's not criminal left negligence. Maybe. Maybe And it never went to court, and that's what the settlement came from. So for those who are screaming for justice today, let's let a little perspective here that that $12 million That's part of the justice. So is the remedy and so is going to change and look at procedures and tactics to that's part of what you agreed to to settle this whole thing. So the scream Hey, no Justice was served. That's that's our system, whether if you like it or not, I'm not arguing that. I'm not saying you shouldn't be upset or offended. But that's the system. So to scream that there's no justice here that is justice. Justice was served. And furthermore, if you scream about you know, people being executed by cops or hack, even go backto lynchings, right? And the days of America where that was my God, I can't believe we live in a culture where that was accepted where that was encouraged, or people would look the other way. We don't do that in America. We don't do that Modern America. And for those who have made that comparison and many have with Briana Taylor. And others, I would say Well, if you calling for the conviction and not the charging with conviction of officers, Mattingly and Paws Grove Isn't that also lynching? Aren't you saying? Well, we're gonna hold you responsible because you're the ones who went in. Well hold on a second. They didn't get the warrant. They didn't have a warrant Sworn out. They didn't do the I guess the investigative part of this thing, too. They were just a team that executed the warrant there. The tactical team. These are the guys whose job it is is like here's the piece of paper. Here is the warrant. Here's the address. Go get him. Okay. What we're looking for looking for drugs and money. Okay. Got it. Who was the person of a brown A tailor. Okay, they wind up. You know, you probably seen before on TV shows before they got canceled, and that is all sit around and okay, Here's here's the subject..

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Metro police say they made 127 arrest. Some of the first were made during a march on barge Town road where protesters filled the streets and some businesses were damaged. Ah curfew went into effect at 9 P.m. and L M P. D says many protesters were arrested for breaking the curfew. The most serious charges were filed against Lorenzo Johnson, who is accused of shooting and wounding two L MPD officers in the downtown area. Johnson is facing assault and wanton endangerment charges. Police say the officers are expected to recover from their injuries. I'm pole Miles. One officer was charged yesterday with wanton endangerment for firing his weapon. Into neighboring apartments. The night that Briana Taylor died since a Nice City council decided to delay a vote on the motion opposing any effort to defund the police department. At its meeting Yesterday Council considered a proposal to change the wording from defund to abolish to clarify that they are against any effort to do away with Cincinnati's police Department. Councilman P. G. Sittenfeld also wanted Additional language added to show support for the black lives matter. Movement moving to make Juneteenth. The paid holiday is being done in communities across the country, and Hamilton Kelly is the latest Commissioner's giving workers have paid holiday to celebrate the end of slavery in the U. S. Starting next year. June 19th will be a holiday for county employees and honor of Juneteenth measure was proposed by Commissioner Victoria Parks back by Stephanie Tomato. Ofcourse I'm in agreement with that always stopped. That's something that important should be recognized as a holiday, So I'm certainly in agreement. Listen. Day of June, 19th recognized because it was the day in 18 65 that union troops freed the.

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A week! What a month! What a year. Protests in Louisville last night. Contributing, of course, resulting in the shooting of two police officers there. I saw something on social media last night, two police officers shot in Louisville. No word yet as to whether they are related to the protests and demonstrations currently taking place in Louisville. I'm show over the mainstream media. I wish I had the the guts to just To just shut it all off. Turn it all off. Stop engaging With the media that has done so much damage to the American people. There's a lot of anguish over the grand jury's decision yesterday, as announced by the attorney General, Daniel Cameron, in Kentucky. That anguish, of course, was precipitated. By an absolute false narrative. Remember a couple months ago. I said to you that I think this terrible cation Louisville, the police had a no knock warrant didn't announce themselves didn't knock. Started shooting. They just broke into this young lady's house, her apartment rather and killed her. Terrible story. People from Louisville starts. They might. No, no, That's not what happened at all. And yesterday was a big Sort of explosion of clarity. It was an enormous Surge of finally getting facts confirmed. I don't know why it's been so hard to understand. That apparently, a legitimate warrant was being served. Briana Taylor. I guess her ex boyfriend was the subject of it. There's some question about The evidence that was presented to allow this No knock warrant, And it was originally as I understand it intended is a no knock warrant and the officers, the detectives, the sergeant on the scene. Decided not to Exercise, the no knock axe aspect, and they knocked they pounded. Briana Taylor's boyfriend confirmed they were pounding on the door. A neighbor to the shooting. Testified that they did announce themselves as police. So this guy's in his home. He fires and shoots and injured a police officer, and they all fired back and this young woman was killed. It's an American tragedy. And to me one of the biggest tragedies. One of most profound tragedies is the knowledge that once again we were deceived. The media continually shoves. A narrative down our throats. Without the benefit. Of facts or knowledge or truth. And it's enormously frustrating. And the media even when the outcome Is a stunner, and it's just it was a stunning outcome. I don't know that anybody expected that these police officers would not be held criminally responsible for the death of Briana Taylor. One wondered if the mob justice wood Take the day. So the fact is these officers, the grand jury determined that these officers could not be held responsible for her death. They were entering an apartment that they broke broken. And her boyfriend shot them. Fired first, by his own admission. I didn't know that here And they shot back and she was killed. And a young woman's life. Was cut short. But it fascinates me that even e mean you'd think there'd be a lot of media coverage about The getting it wrong. As Cameron announced yesterday. It wasn't a no knock warrant. Woman even after that was revealed, and even after more of the facts Came clear. There was ah montage of media reaction. Slamming this on attacking this attorney General Daniel Cameron. And as best I could tell it had something to do with the fact that this black a G spoke at the Republican National Convention. I think that was part of it. I don't know. Give this a listen. I question the judgment of the Kentucky attorney general, saying quote mob justice is not justice, he said. It becomes revenge. The president having said that if Joe Biden wins the mob winds, that's what he says. We know this is very Politically loaded language. Your death is irrelevant to the law in the state of Kentucky. This was a black lives Don't matter ruling. Let me say this is a black woman. He does not speak for black holes. He skinned folk, but he is not kinfolk because he's up there with a black face. He does not speak for all of us. This was not a tragedy. This was a murder. He should be ashamed of himself. That's after the press conference, and I'm sure the A G expected that kind of hate and that kind of rage because Briana Taylor Has become a very important face and name in this conversation that America has been having since the death of George Floyd. I said a little prayer in the car today, driving to work. That God gives me the ability to be clear to be to provide Ah positive discussion. And part of that is acknowledging the anger. And the heartache the heartbreak that a lot of people are feeling. Just like a couple of police officers, Families in Louisville. Have a heartache right now that their loved one was shot. There's a suspect in custody. 26 year old Lorenzo Johnson has been charged with assault of a police officer and wanton endangerment. He'll be arraigned tomorrow. He was charged in connection to the shooting that wounded to Louisville Metro police officers. Thankfully, they are expected to survive their injuries. There were no arrests in cities like New York. Even though there were hundreds of protesters. There were 100 arrests in Louisville. But I continue to pray for Louisville. I pray for Everyone. In the middle of all of this, and I pray for our country. That we can have A wise, calm, factual conversation. Now I understand something. If you're hurting And you feel the way those pundits that I just played that montage from if you feel the same way you call this show. I want to talk to you. I want to talk about the case. I want to talk about your reaction. And I want to listen to you like I hope you listen to me. Nothing wrong with that. 806 55 Mike is our number already. Our lines were jammed. If you can't get through, you can always leave us a voicemail or text us your comments to the my Pillowtex line, which is also 806 55 Mike it's Thursday, September 24th. I'm glad you're here. Share to dream worth this year's him. America.

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We'll go down to Washington, D. C. 19. I'm on studios and Nathan Hager Vanni Good morning. A lawyer for Briana Taylor's family is pleading for calm after violent protests last night in Louisville, even though it's righteous anger. And Briana Taylor family is outraged. Her mother continues to encourage peaceful protest. Benjamin Crump spoke out on the unrest after a grand jury declined to bring murder charges against the police officers involved in Taylor's death. Police say they made 127 arrests last night, including a suspect in the shooting of two officers. CBS station in Louisville. Reports Lorenzo Johnson is facing charges of wanton endangerment and assault of an officer. President Trump right now is paying his respects to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as her casket lies in honor on the high court's marble steps. Later today, the president will be in North Carolina to deliver a major healthcare speech Sources tell Bloomberg he will also sign a lengthy executive order aimed it's reducing surprise medical bills and protecting people with preexisting conditions at a town hall earlier this month, the president said his replacement for Obamacare was already So far, his administration has prepared a flurry of executive actions. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the winner of the November 30 election will be inaugurated on January 20th. There will be an orderly transition as there's been every four years since 17 92 top Republican in the Senate. Put that out on Twitter this morning after President Trump was asked last night whether he'd commit to a peaceful transition. You have to see what happens. You know that I've been complaining very strongly about The ballots and the balance very disaster. Other top Republicans, including Liz Cheney, and Steve Steve Er's tweeted that a peaceful transition is enshrined in the Constitution, and they vowed to uphold their constitutional of global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries..

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"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo johnson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Slow traffic with the right lane blocked due to a work crew near the tunnel are next. Reporters in 15 minutes chucking from NewsRadio 8 40 w h, I guess. I'm Wook. Why? Meteorologist Mammal? Oh ceviche with a Thursday forecast. That'll have us dodging a few spotty showers this morning, then mainly just cloudy through the afternoon highs near 73 will start to clear our skies tonight with lows near 60 expect partly sunny, warmer conditions tomorrow with a high of 79. We're going into the dry eighties as we head into the weekend. That's the latest wook Y forecast a meteorologist Mammal Osa Veg, Kentucky, Ennis Breaking News, Weather and Traffic station news radio 8 40 w H. A s Louisville and I Hard radio station. Good Morning, 10. O'clock. I'm Will Clark News radio. A 40 double J s. We now know the charges. For Lorenzo Johnson. He's the man accused of wounding two L. A P D officers during the unrest Wednesday night, he's facing 14 counts of want and endangerment on police officers and two counts of assault on a police officer. At last check. His bond had not been said He is not due to be arraigned until Friday. He was one of 127 people who were detained as part of the unrest that Started on Wednesday afternoon and went through the early hours of this morning That unrest involved some property damage, some looting.

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Outrage over lack of charges in Breonna Taylor's death turns into protests across the US

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Outrage over lack of charges in Breonna Taylor's death turns into protests across the US

"Protesters in Chicago, declining a grand jury decision not to charge police officers in the deadly shooting of Rianna Taylor. Louisville, Kentucky Father Michael Flaggers spoke as demonstrators on the South side. It seems to be in a church blocked into intersection method sinks again in America, Black and brown lives means nothing in America. Least arresting a suspect in connection to the shooting of to Louisville police officers overnight protesters erupting and violence of the decision not to directly charge any other cops involved in the death of Taylor. Interim Police chief Rob Schroeder says that both officers were rushed to the hospital. And although one had to have surgery, they're both in stable condition. No word yet on exactly what charges Lorenzo Johnson may be facing.

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