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"los angeles police department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:27 min | Last month

"los angeles police department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A prejudicial. I think when the defendant's open by saying that this is all part of a training exercise or the distribution was necessary, it opened the door to precisely this type of evidence because it certainly shines a light on the truth or not of the statement that the taking of the photos and then the distribution was for the purpose of training for some necessary aid rather than being a entry in the Google book. Which side do you think has the better case here? Right now, I like pointless chances. You have a case where word photos were taken. And there is a history of these photos being taken in a cool book. You have a case in which people have at least as pointless painted have outright lie about what they did with the photos and why. You have the defendant saying that these photos were taken and then distributed for the purposes of training. But you have them distributed at a bar, you have the distributed to a person playing a video game. You have a distributed and awards ceremony. That doesn't make sense. You didn't have these arguments about spoliation of evidence. And I know that the defendants are saying that they immediately told people to remove it from their phone in order to mitigate any continuing. But there was no attempt to ensure that these photos were in fact destroyed and it looks more like they were trying to cover up more than anything else to add the extra spice you have at least one of the deputy saying should we really do this. We've gotten in trouble before for this. I would add two more points. First of all, you know, Kobe Bryant is a well-known figure in Los Angeles. His wife is a well-known figure in Los Angeles. And no one thinks anything bad about them. Contrast that to the Los Angeles Police department and the Los Angeles sheriff's office, where at least the sheriff's office has very recently been in the news for threatening a newspaper reporter. And otherwise, doesn't necessarily have the best PR campaign in the world. I think these are the things that will weigh in point of favor. How much money is awarded as a completely different question? That's Warrington Parker of crowle and mooring. Coming up, book bans on the rise. This is Bloomberg. Businesses progressive

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LAPD ends investigation into Anne Heche car crash

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

LAPD ends investigation into Anne Heche car crash

"The Los Angeles Police department ends its investigation into Anne Hess's deadly car crash The 53 year old actress is brain dead but still on life support according to her family because she's an organ donor detectives looking into the single car crash had said narcotics were found in her blood now the LAPD says any outstanding info will still be collected but the case is closed when a person suspected of a crime expires we do not present for filing consideration hash crashed her car into a mar vista home on August 5th causing a massive fire She sustained extensive burns no one else was injured I'm Julie Walker

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Anne Heche's blood test revealed narcotics in her system: LAPD

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Anne Heche's blood test revealed narcotics in her system: LAPD

"Los Angeles Police are investigating actor Anne Heche for driving under the influence of drugs I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest A Los Angeles Police department spokesman says detectives with a search warrant took a sample of NHS blood and found narcotics in her system However toxicology tests are needed to identify the drugs and to differentiate from what she may have been given in the hospital That could take weeks He smashed a car into a house last week and she was pulled from the burning wreck Her spokeswoman said Tuesday that Haitians and critical condition and in a coma police say they're still gathering

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Who Is Mark Morgan, Senior Fellow for the Heritage Foundation?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Who Is Mark Morgan, Senior Fellow for the Heritage Foundation?

"He's in studio, none other than the heritage foundations and fairs commissioner Mark Morgan Mark. Welcome in studio. Thanks for having me, Sebastian. I could see the your neck arteries expanding as you were listening to that cut. We'll get to that in a second for those who see you everywhere. Speaking truth fully about what's happening on the border, but who may not know everything you've done in your past before you got to be the commissioner for CBP. Tell us all the different ways you've served this nation, give us a little summary of Mark Morgan's history. I appreciate it, Sebastian. Look, I've served this country for 35 years. I started off. I listed in the United States Marine Corps on his 19, later became a commissioned officer in the Marine Corps. I was a police officer for the Los Angeles Police department. I served over two decades in the FBI, and I was also chief of the border patrol before I later became active director of ice and then acting director of customs and border

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Police Arrest Suspect in Onstage Attack of Dave Chappelle

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Police Arrest Suspect in Onstage Attack of Dave Chappelle

"There's some breaking news over this attack of comedian Dave Chappelle last night, breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show, the suspect has been arrested and identified charged with assault with a deadly weapon, the Los Angeles Police department confirmed to Fox News digital moments ago, 23 year old Isaiah Lee was carrying what is described as a replica gun with a knife blade inside. When he attacked Chappelle at the Hollywood Bowl, Chappelle was performing last night as part of the Netflix is a joke to her, videos of the incident show Lee jumping on stage rushing Chappelle and tackling him to the ground.

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Academy condemns Will Smith's actions, launches review

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Academy condemns Will Smith's actions, launches review

"The academy of motion pictures arts and sciences says it has launched a formal review of actor Will Smith slapping comedian Chris rock during Sunday's Academy Awards marches are a letter with the latest the motion picture academy says it condemns will Smith's actions and will explore consequences in accordance with its bylaws standards of conduct in California law the Los Angeles police department says it is aware of the slapping incident at the Oscars but the person involved has declined to file a police report Chris rock had made a joke about Smith's wife and Smith came onto the stage and hit him Smith later apologized to the academy when he won the Best Actor award but did not mention rock

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Will Smith confronts Chris Rock, then wins best actor Oscar

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Will Smith confronts Chris Rock, then wins best actor Oscar

"The LAPD and the motion picture academy have responded to the Will Smith SmackDown of Chris rock if you're a recognizable person slapping another recognizable person by that Sunday head in public in a televised ceremony witnessed by millions you can expect to get into a little bit of trouble but that is not likely to happen to Will Smith the Los Angeles police department says it is aware of the incident but says in a statement that the slap beat Chris rock in this case has declined to file a police report meanwhile the motion picture academy is out with its own statement saying that it does not condone violence of any kind I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Los Angeles County to Require Vaccines in Indoor Bars

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles County to Require Vaccines in Indoor Bars

"If you plan on making Mary with boozy beverages in Los Angeles county you want to bring your vaccination card public officials in Los Angeles county will begin requiring proof of coded nineteen vaccinations for patrons and workers it indoor bars wineries breweries and nightclubs starting October seventh the initiative requires proof of at least one vaccine dose by that date and full backs nation by November fourth indoor restaurants were not covered although officials strongly recommend the same precautions Los Angeles based a massive crime by research during the holiday season last year in the new restrictions are designed to keep the same thing from happening this time around meanwhile about twenty six hundred Los Angeles police department employees are citing religious objections to try to get out of there Corbett nineteen vaccine requirement I'm Jennifer king

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Religious Exemption Requests Grow as Vaccine Mandates Rise

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Religious Exemption Requests Grow as Vaccine Mandates Rise

"Religious exemption requests grow as vaccine mandates rise religious objections are becoming a much more widely used loophole against the covert nineteen shot this includes about three thousand Los Angeles police department employees and hundreds of Washington state workers seeking religious exemptions to the vaccine exemptions often involved a long time role that cell lines derived from fetal tissue have played in the research and development of various vaccines Roman Catholic leaders in New Orleans in Saint Louis called cove in nineteen shots morally compromised but the Vatican has said it is acceptable for Catholics to receive Colvin nineteen vaccines I'm Walter Ratliff

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on KTRH

"New podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart Radio podcast preview. Here's something pretty disturbing. I discovered while researching this podcast. This is what it actually says on the Los Angeles Police Department website. The site states that the adult missing Persons unit investigates 3200 cases a month. And 70% of those missing people are found or returned voluntarily within two or three days. It goes on to explain, And I quote here since being a missing person is not a crime. Police are given a very limited role while conducting these types of investigations. At the bottom of the Web page gets more disturbing. There's a section titled What if they Never returned, and Here's the Official Police advice? In such situations. You may want to enlist the services of a private investigator to assist in your search. If you can't afford a P I. The police elaborate quote. Another option would be to contact the Salvation Army. Which has a missing persons Locator program. There's not a single sentence on the LAPD website that would lead a loved one of a missing person have any faith that the police would properly investigated, But the LAPD is basically saying is If someone you love goes missing, don't overreact. Morning, everyone Welcome back. This is the Guard line. Let me give up the phone number. You guys take advantage of this, But when I After I get off the phone number I give it slowly. You can write it down. Get hooked up with young will will Melbourne identity He will take your call and put you on the board. You don't have to go into detail or anything. This is a garden show we entered gardening Horticultural. They don't land care type questions, Trees, shrubs, grass, flowers and perennials, Herbs, vegetables, We cover a lot of things, Uh, something that will just went through. Here's the number to get it right now. 713 212 ktrh, However, listen to me closely for a few minutes here. And if you have any follow up questions about these topics that I am going to go over boring. Then give us a call, then for that clarification needs 713. 212 ktrh. In other words, write it down 7132125874. So first things first, just a quick reminder that I would prefer you get some stuff down. Before the rains because if it we don't get gully, washer rains, you know, an inch here and an inch. There is really good for fertilization, You know, trace minerals. It's good for pre emergent herbicides to Granular, any granular product goes down, gets watered in by mother nature, and naturally, that's an even better, You know, Pat on the back there also When it comes to herbicide use. Let's get it down before we possibly get some rains on Monday because it needs 6 to 8 hours of rain Fastness. In other words, it needs to lock itself in dry itself into the tissue. A rain after about eight hours of rain. Fastness does not wash off herbicide. So we're talking about like brush control. Weed grass control with liquid herbicides. So if you need any help with that, give me a call at 713 to 12, Ktrh or 2125874. So here's the story. I was going to tell you coming back has everything to do with this coming Saturday. Saturday. The 18th will be at the ground up from pretty much 11 till.

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First Responders Nationwide Resist COVID Vaccine Mandates

AP News Radio

01:08 min | 1 year ago

First Responders Nationwide Resist COVID Vaccine Mandates

"Documents show tens of thousands of police officers firefighters and other first responders are rejecting getting virus vaccines even though cove it's become the leading killer for those in law enforcement at least one hundred thirty two members of law enforcement agencies around the country are known to have died this year from covert nineteen according to the officer down memorial page last year the virus clean two hundred forty one first responders making it the leading cause of law enforcement line of duty deaths one widow says that if police are willing to wear bullet proof vests and get other vaccinations why are they resisting the cove it shot in San Francisco a firefighters unions fighting back against the city mandate vaccinate or terminate by mid October in the Los Angeles Police Department only about half of been vaccinated the union is now proposing officers get tested weekly for coalbed instead of being forced to get a vaccine even though more than three thousand police employees have been infected ten have died and several of their spouses hi Jackie Quinn

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on The Read

"But then again no longer working for the los angeles police department and instead doing something to enrich young minds. Yeah i'll i'll take it. This is a great thing. I'm real happy for the family. Like real happy that we have one fewer black cup in this country ecstatic overjoyed feel. Yeah i would. i mean. I don't even know how you could be mad at that. But that's the thing. Windy wasn't really mad at that. Wendy mae kevin wendy mass har- situation windy still hurting and dealing with the repercussions of the ship. That nigga put her through the years. He embarrassed this whole situation with the baby. Mama and how fucking ridiculous. That was like yes. It was simply reading a teleprompter filled with information pulled together. That are not her. Yeah with information that show and go fuck about as has been done in his thing and this one was a bit of. It's slippery and that's how these things go next time. You won't try to avocado lady. You'll have to think twice you. Try to have a cat again. Because the vegans was not having that bullshit. Okay was they. Were and i really enjoy tab with the browns content. I don't. I don't try her recipes. Because like i will just eat real true. I'm not going. I'm not going to spend an hour trying to craft shrimp out of like hearts of paul. I'm not going to do that but enjoy fabrics through. But she.

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on 600 WREC

"This is what it actually says on the Los Angeles Police Department website. The site states that the adult missing persons unit investigates 3200 cases a month and 70% of those missing people are found or returned voluntarily within two or three days. It goes on to explain, And I quote here since being a missing person is not a crime. Police are given a very limited role while conducting these types of investigations at the bottom of the Web page gets more disturbing. Is a section titled What if they never returned? And Here's the official police advice in such situations, you may want to enlist the services of a private investigator to assist in your search. If you can't afford a P I. The police elaborate quote. Another option would be to contact the Salvation Army. Has a missing persons Locator program. There is not a single sentence on the LAPD website that would lead a loved one of a missing person to have any faith that the police would properly investigated. But the LAPD is basically saying is If someone you love goes missing, don't overreact. They'll probably turn up unless they don't in which case you should get someone besides the police to look into it. All this is my way of saying if the police took missing persons cases as seriously as they do, say bank robberies, I wouldn't have had to do this podcast in the first place and end up chasing a violent.

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Rapper T.I., Wife Tiny Under Investigation in Los Angeles for Alleged Sexual Assault, Drugging

Pat Walsh

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Rapper T.I., Wife Tiny Under Investigation in Los Angeles for Alleged Sexual Assault, Drugging

"The Los Angeles Police Department is launching an investigation into rapper T on his wife, tiny former sexual assault allegations, Attorney Tyrone Blackburn says He represents 11 victims who say the sex crimes date back 15 years and happened in California and Georgia

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Mother Arrested After 3 Children Found Slain in Los Angeles

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Mother Arrested After 3 Children Found Slain in Los Angeles

"Have been found. Stabbed to death in Los Angeles. Police believe the kid's mom fled to Bakersfield after the murders where she allegedly was involved in an armed Carjacking. She did a horrific crime here. Does she followed it up by another crime north of here, and it's those behaviors. Ultimately got her clock. Los Angeles Police Department Lieutenant Ben Fernandez says 30 year old Liliana Correo remains behind bars motive still unclear. Maryland is the first

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Los Angeles sergeant weighs in on whether Chauvin's actions were justified

Morning Edition

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles sergeant weighs in on whether Chauvin's actions were justified

"Lie from NPR News. I'm Laxmi, saying the state has called an expert in use of force practices to take the stand and former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show van's murder trial. Prosecutor Steve Schleicher questions Sergeant Jody Steiger of the Los Angeles Police Department. But whether he believed George Floyd posed a threat to show Vin and other officers when he was arrested last year and pin face down on the ground while handcuffed I'd like you to focus then on the second factor. That is whether Mr Floyd pose an immediate threat. The safety of the officers or others at the time during the restraint period. No, he did not. And why not? Because he was in the pram position. He was handcuffed, Hey, was not attempting to resist. He was not attempting to assault the officers kick punch or anything of that nature. Video of the deadly encounter showed show impressing his knee and a Floyd's neck from where the nine minutes the defense maintains Shobin acted in accordance with his police

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Minneapolis Community Reacts To Testimony In Derek Chauvin Trial

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Minneapolis Community Reacts To Testimony In Derek Chauvin Trial

"In day seven of the trial of derek. Chauvin the former minneapolis police officer charged in the death of george. Floyd police procedure once again was the focus streaming de-escalation tactics and use of force occupied much of the testimony today from several police professionals including sergeant. Jody steiger retained expert from the los angeles police departments on behalf of the state. What is your opinion. As to the degree of force used by the defendant. On mr floyd on the date in question. My opinion was that the force was excessive. Defense has pointed out using other images that derek chauvin need did not appear to be on. George floyd's neck and illegal drugs and underlying health issues are what led to his

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Final residents of Los Angeles Echo Park Lake are reported arrested

The John Phillips Show

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Final residents of Los Angeles Echo Park Lake are reported arrested

"Two residents of the Echo Park Lake Encampment were removed from the park and arrested by the Los Angeles Police Department. Today, it concludes a relocation that prompted two nights have contentious protests and raised questions about police tactics against protesters and journalists. According to the LAPD, 182 people were arrested for failure to the Spurs during last night's protests, the department said. Officers deployed four rounds of less lethal projectiles and six rounds of less lethal bean bags.

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"This is what it actually says on the Los Angeles Police Department website site states that the adult missing Persons unit investigates 3200 cases a month. And 70% of those missing people are found or returned voluntarily. Within two or three days. It goes on to explain, and I quote here since being a missing persons, not a crime. Police. They're given a very limited role while conducting these types of investigations at the bottom of the Web page, he gets more disturbing is the section titled What if they never returned? And here's the official police advice in such situations? You may want to enlist the services of a private investigator to assist in your search. If you can't afford a P I. The police elaborate quote. Another option would be to contact the Salvation Army. Has a missing persons Locator program. There's not a single sentence on the LAPD website that would lead to love one of a missing person to have any faith that the police would properly investigate it. The LAPD is basically saying is if someone you love goes missing, don't overreact. They'll probably turn up unless things from California's capital City this is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK bottom of the hour. 6 30. Thanks for joining us. I'm Sam Shane. I'm Christina and Johnson. National drugstore chain. CVS will start offering covert 19 vaccines in California vacations, concert trips, gym memberships, investigators say a woman in charge of a state agency paid For all of these things with taxpayer money and his Valentine's weekend skiing on your radar that, will you plenty of fresh powder will get you an update on the weather system that's heading our way. First. Let's get outside on check in with my nobles. This report is brought by the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency. Things look good on our freeways around Sacramento. Very light travel. Nothing to slow you down, no matter which way you're headed into or out of town. If your plans for the weekend take you up into the high country, take your chains right now. You do have to put him on on highway 50. It's three miles east of divers to Myers on I 80 It's from Cisco all the way to the state line. If you get covered 19 at work, you have.

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Los Angeles Police Dept. Statement Regarding Proposed Layoffs

America First

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Police Dept. Statement Regarding Proposed Layoffs

"Los Angeles Police Department says proposed budget cuts would result in what they say are crippling reductions and officers and services that which would threaten public safety. In a statement posted to Twitter, l A. P D chief Michael Moore said the Michelle more that is, said the city's project, it projected $600 million shortfall may force public safety cutbacks that would devastate the department. Among walk protests. The city cut 150 million from the budget in July.

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Los Angeles Police Department Set To Disband Special Units Due To City’s Financial Crisis

Pat Thurston

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles Police Department Set To Disband Special Units Due To City’s Financial Crisis

"Angeles say difficult cuts will be needed, including the shuttering of high profile units to put those officers back out on patrol. More from ABC is Alex Stone in L. A. Over those summer amid calls to defund the police. The L. A City Council voted to cut the LAPD budget and now amid current budget problems linked to Cove in 19. Chief Michael Moore is making cuts. In an internal memo obtained by ABC News. A chief says specialized units will have to be shuttered, including the sex assault section that has investigated high profile cases like Harvey Weinstein. Other LAPD units are being cut way back plus. Police will stop responding to some car crashes and minor incidents. Like Stone, ABC News

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This is what it actually says on the Los Angeles Police Department website thing site states that the adult missing Persons unit investigates 3200 cases a month. And 70% of those missing people are found or returned voluntarily within two or three days. It goes on to explain, And I quote here since being a missing person is not a crime police. They're given a very limited role while conducting these types of investigations at the bottom of the Web page. Gets more disturbing is the section titled What if they never returned? And here's the official police advice. In such situations. You may want to enlist the services of a private investigator to assist in your search. If you can't afford a P I. The police elaborate quote. Another option would be to contact the Salvation Army. Has a missing persons Locator program. There's not a single sentence on the LAPD website that would lead to love one of a missing person to have any faith that the police would properly investigate it. But the LAPD is basically saying is Someone you love goes missing. Don't overreact. The streetcar is not just about transportation. Oh, hello Quiet numbskulls on broadcasting for your bonus. Oh, God. Streets are not just about transportation sex. Sometimes it's about whether you can sell that dime bag. As.

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East Los Angeles Woman Gifted New Car After Old One Destroyed In Hate Crime

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

East Los Angeles Woman Gifted New Car After Old One Destroyed In Hate Crime

"A pretty nice gift from the Los Angeles Police Department. But after she had gone through so much, they gave her a brand new car. You see him there clapping for her is she was given the card. This was her car. The department posted this video of social media. Police say someone destroyed it. They believe gang members and some type of hate crime. Department decided to surprise her with that brand new sedan there. Thanks to help from several organizations, they were able to do it. Police have arrested a suspect by the way for the hate crime, but Certainly hope that makes her feel better.

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LAPD declares unlawful assembly in downtown Los Angeles

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:11 sec | 2 years ago

LAPD declares unlawful assembly in downtown Los Angeles

"The Los Angeles Police Department says officers dispersed what LAPD officials called AH, large and unruly crowd elsewhere, Hundreds of people marched through streets in Raleigh, North Carolina, and Portland,

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg Radio Noah. Global News Update. Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett says she'll be mindful of who came before her if the Senate confirms her to the high court. President Trump on Saturday announced Baird is this nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Barrett said Ginsberg was a woman of enormous talent and consequence and recall Ginsberg's friendship with her mentor, Antonin Scalia. Barrett said they demonstrated that two people could disagree on great consequence without letting it affect their personal relationship. Senator Elizabeth Warren is speaking out after the nomination of Barrett to the vacant Supreme Court seat. Massachusetts senator on Social media, said healthcare, reproductive rights workers rights and dreamers futures. They're on the line emergency vehicles are on hand after Los Angeles Police Department officers shot Jim Forbes with details, CBS four reports. The incident happened late Saturday night at the LAPD Harbor Station, A police tweet says The scene is still active CBS for reports that a city councilman who represents the district where the LAPD he harbor station is located, says the officer suffered a graze wound. To the head and is expected to recover. A proud boys rally in Portland has drawn fewer protesters than expected. The group met for about 90 minutes. Sanity near the Columbia River, hundreds of protesters showed up organizer said Expected about 10,000 far right group wanted a show of strength in a city where black lives matter. Protests have been taking place on a nightly basis. Many of them carried weapons and war camouflage. The gathering was mostly peaceful, and TIFA and other groups stage a counter protest about three miles away at a different park and Corey Perry scored his second goal of the night in double overtime is the Stars beat the Lightning 32 in Game five of the Stanley Cup finals in the NHL bubble and Edmonton. Star center Tyler Sagan says they're perfectly okay with their underdog role, enjoy being called underdogs and really this whole time and the bubble. We relish that, you know, we believe in each other. We had a confident group with only the bubble. The Tampa Bay Lightning leads the series three games to two. Game six is Monday. I'm Lisa Taylor. President Trump is heaping praise on his pick to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. At a rally in Pennsylvania Saturday night, Trump said federal Judge Amy Cockney Barrett is so intelligent that she should be running for president. The president also touted his appointees to the court and says his administration will have appointed over 300 federal judges by the end of this term. A restaurant near San Jose, is providing food, clothing and supplies for victims of the California wildfires. The owner of the Post restaurant in Los Altos has turned the closed dining room into a supply shop in collaboration with the community Service Organization owner Vicky Breslin says she encourages people to grab what they need and take a cz much as they can, and then they can sit and have a meal. Everything in the shop is free to victims of the ongoing wildfires. Tien Ba finals have their first guests at the table. Here's Joel Stern with more the Lakers move on to the finals with 1 17 107 win over the Nuggets. LeBron James with 30 points, 16 rebounds, sentences Ellie winds of Syriza and four and we'll meet either the Heat or Celtics from their 32nd appearance of the finals. Democrats show Biden's lead over President Trump is growing to double digits in a new national poll. ABC News Washington Post poll found 53% of registered voters would choose the former vice president and 43% favor the president. Women continue to make the difference, preferring Biden by a 65 to 34% margin, and neighbors are pitching in to help the historic nears Tavern in Queens, New York After it was robbed Friday, customer, Nicole Burke said she was shocked to hear the news. I just can't believe it. It's like it's stealing from.

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on WTVN

"This is what it actually says on the Los Angeles Police Department website site states that the adult missing Persons unit investigates 3200 cases a month. And 70% of those missing people are found or return voluntarily. Within two or three days. It goes on to explain, and I quote here since being a missing person is not a crime police. They're given a very limited role. While conducting these types of investigations at the bottom of the Web page gets more disturbing. There's a section titled What if they never returned? And Here's the official police advice in such situations, you may want to enlist the services of a private investigator to assist in your search. If you can't afford a P I police elaborate quote. Another option would be to contact the Salvation Army. It has a missing person's locator program. There's not a single sentence on the LAPD website that would lead a love one of a missing person to have any faith that the police could properly investigated. What the LAPD is basically saying is If someone you love goes missing, don't overreact. They'll probably turn up unless they don't in which case you should get someone besides the police to look into it. All this is my life. Seeing if the police took missing persons cases is seriously as they do, say bank robberies. Wind have had to do this podcast in the first place and end up chasing a violent criminal halfway around the country. I'm Neil Strauss. And you could hear the full.

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"This is what it actually says on the Los Angeles Police Department website site states that the adult missing Persons unit investigates 3200 cases a month. And 70% of those missing people are found or return voluntarily within two or three days. It goes on to explain, And I quote here since being a missing person is not a crime police. They're given a very limited role while conducting these types of investigations. At the bottom of the Web page gets more disturbing is the section titled What if They Never Returned? And here's the official police advice. In such situations. You may want to enlist the services of a private investigator to assist in your search. If you can't afford a P I police elaborate quote. Another option would be to contact the Salvation Army, which has a missing person's locator program. There's not a single sentence on the LAPD website that would lead a love one of a missing person to have any faith that the police could properly investigated. What the LAPD is basically saying is Someone you love goes missing. Don't overreact. They'll probably turn up unless they don't in which case you should get someone besides the police to look into it. All this is my life. Seeing if the police took missing persons cases is seriously as they do, say bank robberies wouldn't have had to do this podcast in the first place and end up chasing a violent criminal halfway around the country. I'm Neil Strauss. And you could hear the full story of to live and die in l A Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one I heart radio goes one on one with Florida Georgia line to talk about how you know when you're doing it right? You know, we said years ago we're down to key West. I remember we were talking. We have it off. They were You doing some riders around stuff, way said, you know, hopefully one day we won't be able to walk around. You know, pretty much anywhere and that that means you're doing something right. So thank God for blessing us in our fans, man. It can't talk enough about him. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Florida Georgia line and all your favorite artists. Well, we'll come get you. And if you want to come, have you taken a cognitive? No, I haven't taken a test. Why the hell would I take a test? That's like saying you before you got this program. You take a test where you're taking cocaine or not. What do you think? Are you and Jodie's now had an opportunity to move his platform to be more progressive senator happened of justice and the FBI have been duty a candle with the body's accord easily. They fulfill that duty. No, I did not. Only 89 days until America vote. 1000 saying you from coast to coast from border to border from sea to shining sea shone. Kennedy is glad you're with us 89 days now, the three month countdown officially has begun were in it. Until you are the ultimate jury so much at stake. I don't know what's at stake Liberty. Freedom. Capitalism the American dream. The greatest country. God gave Man the greatest governmental system ever created by man. Not perfect, but it's the best one. The system that is literally Helped all of mankind advancing the human condition because the liberty and freedom and capitalism Against what? Radicalize state ism. It always become somewhat tyrannical in terms of freedom's just disappear. That always results in a rapid decline in wealth and prosperity and freedoms diminishes people. Believe the false hope of socialism and redistribution ism. No, this comes down to pretty much everything. Biden speaking out again. Course you're here illegally. You should get benefits, You know, Help Free healthcare, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Of course. Where do we go through the Let list of Biden but wonders in a minute. What it's about. It's about energy, freedom, independence or dependence..

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"800 to 1551 for one, That's 800 to 15 51 41. The price of gold search to an all time high. Some experts pointed to the worsening of US China trade and political tensions. Other sighted growing investor concerns that the economic recovery from the pandemic might be weakening. But the jump in gold prices is highly unusual because stock prices I've also surged recently after dropping in early March, Gold spiked $40 to a record 1938 per ounce, in a sign that nervous investors are looking for safe havens to park their money. A stray bullet shattered a window and Pierce the head of a 10 year old girl in her home in Chicago. She died at a hospital Sunday morning. A toddler just 20 months old and strapped to a carseat was shot in the chest in Inglewood, while his mother drove home from a laundromat. Over the weekend, More than 60 people were shot 14 of them fatally in 49 shooting incidents in the Windy City alone. Chicago is among several major cities experience a big spike in shootings and homicides so far this year. Shooting incidents in Philadelphia are up 57% from last year in Milwaukee homicides, up 95% In the first week of July alone, the Los Angeles Police Department reported that homicides increased 250% and New York City has seen a 44% spike in shootings this year. Then, during the same period in 2019. Police believe the surgeon gun violence on a combination of the early release of people from jail during the pandemic and the fact that police Are being defunded for use Radio.

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"As we continue here, the story out of Los Angeles, the City Council has apparently voted for a motion that will take the first step. To make it so that when calls come into the Los Angeles Police Police Department about nonviolent related calls that the police themselves will not be the ones who are test. With responding to that anymore. Now, when this will actually go into effect is not clear. They have passed this so called first step, it instructs, according to Fox News in Los Angeles, it instructs the LAPD to work with the county's Department of Mental Health. Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority and other government agencies to respond to nonviolent incidents such as drug abuse and incidents related to mental health. Now I was beginning to sort of, you know, put forth potential scenario. Like, what Is this going to look like? If you got the mom who finds the kid with a crack pipe in his room? Obviously, our opinion as libertarians is Mom should butt out and you know, have it and talk to her son about it and, you know, sit down and not call the so called authorities to make things worse because If you call in these non cops if you call in this department of mental health These are the kind of people who could I don't know. Label your son or daughter. A crazy person or a drug addict or whatever. Okay, well, now we need to put them in a program. Now we need to force them into some sort of government program, and they have every incentive to do so. Because it means more more funding for them. The more people that Aaron these government programs, the more funding they can request from the budget the next year, So yeah, they've got a perverse incentive to funnel more more people's lives into these government systems, so I'm not going to get too excited over these minor little tweaks to the system. Yeah. Is that a good thing that these people won't have guns when they're responding? Yeah, that's probably a good thing. Hold on. Will they be issued guns or can one of these people you know, in the course of just being a citizen? Carry a gun with them while they do their job. Because if I was a little Los Angeles, so if you just if you're not a cop, then it's going to be pretty hard to carry a gun. Although if you're a government agent, you probably, you know, get more leeway because I have no objection in and of itself to a therapist, you know, showing up to work at someone's house and, you know, open carrying that. They are 15. I also have no objection to that. But that may set a person off who is having a mental episode. For instance, there was a guy in Keene, New Hampshire, and I think I was late. 2019 maybe, or 2018. Anyway, it was like the holiday season. This guy was having a mental break in his house in key is actually right down the road from from Chris Wade, like two houses down from him like he was selling his mattress of the wind throwing all kinds of stuff out the window. Takes some effort. Yes, I mean, he was having a mental break and who do they call in the keen police SWAT team? That came in with laser point, you know, laser sighted guns and rifles. And you know the strike team or whatever they had a shield or two or something like that. That is not a situation that's going to help a mentally ill person. On the other hand, if you're replacing those people With unarmed folks. What happens when you encounter an armed person? What happens when the person who is Just having a mental break, then decides that he's going to go ahead and grab a gun..

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Up to one hundred fifty million dollars in funding the Los Angeles Police Department I've also seen the figured two hundred fifty million sunk I'm not sure which is which but either one is unsatisfactory the president of the LA city council Nuri might Dennis and council members herb Wesson Curren price in Monaco we guess introduced the legislation to reprise or retire is public safety money reinvesting the money in other services including services to up lift disenfranchised communities could take money from the cops and give it to well first quote we need to re think what it is that makes people safer and makes communities stronger there's no doubt that communities of color suffered disproportionately from negative interactions with the police and so we need to eliminate negative interactions with police the way to do that is to eliminate the police and then everything's going to be better then communities of color will be safer and stronger when there aren't any police out there the new legislation comes as calls to defund the LAPD have been echoed in protests throughout the city and by the way it's not going to be contained a Los Angeles home where.

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Up to one hundred fifty million dollars in funding the Los Angeles Police Department I've also seen the figured Joe hundred fifty million so I'm I'm not sure which is which but either one is unsatisfactory they are president of the LA city council Nuri mosque denies and council members herb Wesson Curren price in Monaco we guess introduced the legislation to reprise or retire is public safety money reinvesting the money and other services including services to up lift disenfranchised communities could take money from the cops and give it to well first quote we need to re think what it is that makes people safer and makes communities stronger there's no doubt that communities of color suffered disproportionately from negative interactions with the police and so we need to eliminate negative interactions with police the way to do that is to eliminate the police and then everything's going to be better then communities of color will be safer and stronger when there aren't any police out there the new legislation comes as calls to defund the LAPD haven't echoed in protests throughout the city and by the way it's not going to be contained a Los Angeles home.

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on X96

X96

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on X96

"To the right shoulder checker message stream quickly no people are trying to win things there so no current traffic there struck there's been a candidate number three the net provide cop a Los Angeles Police Department officer has been placed on leave after body camera footage allegedly caught him fondling a female corpse according to local news sources in Los Angeles the officer was central division had gone with a partner to a death investigation at home during the investigation at one point the officer's partner left the room sources say the officer turned off the recording on his body camera and then lifted the sheet of the woman's body and allegedly began fondling her breasts he later turned the body camera back on but the cameras used by the department have a video buffering system that saves footage going back two minutes prior to the recording function being activated a detective who was later viewing it reviewing body cam video for the investigation saw the cop fondling the corpse rose he yes it is it is gross it's extremely disturbing said a of a union who represents L. A. P. D. police officers and if it's true we can't support him we will not support him Boehner candidate number three like the pad a file the necrophiliac skews me cop all right are you really that's your I. candidates for around one let's review the first two and then get to vote voter candidate number one drunken sex while the boat crashes deck candid meeting to having sex with the captain of yacht on the on the battle of the the the luxury yacht and and while they're having sex the boat crashes into another area Boehner candidate number two I'll Schmitz on ice skews me yes it's a us a Russian skater apparently skating to the Schindler's list music.

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The LAPD of through its through the end of his consent decree process and its transition to a constitutional policing bureau enabling us reforms remain in place well after the decree was lifted all of which makes him the perfect in our selection for Chicago needs at this moment like superintendent Johnson cheap back began his career with the LAPD as a patrol officer before steadily rising through the ranks and assuming the role of chief of police in two thousand nine our role cheap back Sir faithfully until his retirement in twenty eighteen following two full terms during his tenure chip back let the reform of the Los Angeles Police Department that was rooted in principles of transparency and accountability developing the world earned national reputation with reformers and community leaders to combine the best aspects of traditional policing with community outreach initiatives case in point all of twenty eleven jeep back launch LAPD's community safety partnership which was specifically designed to forge strong relationships between members of the LAPD and high risk residents and the city's public housing communities it was first three years alone violent crime in these communities fell by more than fifty percent as did the number of arrest well clearance race road clearance rates rose over eighty one percent this and other measures cheap back also advance market improvements and community relations between the LAPD the city's African American let next an immigrant communities like superintendent Johnson cheap back has stood firmly on the side of immigrant rights in the face of opposition to LA sanctuary status as a sanctuary city I just choices related to non cooperation of federal immigration officials but cheap it's effectiveness as a leader is also drawn from his commitment to his fellow officers particularly the rank and file after only a few minutes which she back you quickly understand both his deep care for the well being of his fellow officers as well as its interest in ensuring they're conducting just policing any error is a server op ed co written with civil rights lawyer Condi rice he described his own vision of policing as being composed of quote humane compassionate culturally fluent cops well the mindset of respect do not fear black men and serve long enough to know residence names speaker languages and help improve the neighborhood close quote hoping partnerships straightening community policing reducing violence and violence from communities tackling reform from the top down and from the bottom up these are the values intact it's the chief back superintendent Johnson and I all share so not a Chicago yourself cheap back is a personal friend a superintendent Johnson and a friend were city was superintendent Johnson first of his role in April of twenty sixteen jeep back deployed his department's own resources to support the superintendent including dispatching high level executive leadership for the strategic decision support centers any continue to engage closely with superintendent Johnson's team throughout the implementation process hearing came here personally to help Eddie men relations.

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:43 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on KTRH

"So using my we'll be glad to clear that up for you. seven seven three eight one three eight one one by the way I see Bernie Sanders had some stents in plan and I want to wish him well. I have three stands in my chest I also had bypass surgery subsequently. I wonder if Bernie had the stance in Canada or Mexico missed because. when we went for the most I'm just curious. chief editor in chief of Breitbart news is Alex Marlowe who does a hell of a job and from time to time I'm a visitor there on his program Alex how are you Sir. I'm doing wonderful market so great Gatsby on your broadcast and I would love having our mark it's a pleasure thank you so something's going on out there in LA right with your organization in the LAPD of all places. yeah your audience is familiar with the efforts of the last to try to shut down people on the right usually with the sort of woke corporate fascists were trying to use their clout as corporations to try to silence people but that's expanded as of this weekend we're a daily beast at our suggested that the Los Angeles Police Department not put recruitment ads on Breitbart news now the ad show up for LAPD recruitment via Google's algorithm is apt algorithmic advertising placement on bright part this is now been deemed an outrage by the Los Angeles Police Department cruisers bright park which is arguably the largest pro law enforcement website operating in the United States and happens to be based in Los Angeles we are now opposed to their core values that beer expression not ours I think this is unbelievably frightening because Breitbart is of course a credible diverse incredibly large outlet that have that has people from every single background out there this is a warm conservatives and and now conservatives are apparently banned from LAPD. who is the reporter at the daily beast who's who launched this are guided nor shocked the editor in chief. the energy is the daily beast don't you find it amazing that other outlets are trying to put the you and other and and other outlets that outlets are trying put outlets had a business. what amazing is one way of putting it I think it's all under fear because the reason why we have a conservative women in America is because people don't listen to be added to the alphabet networks they don't get their news from The New York Times or from CNN are they can get their news from talk radio and now they get their news from a network of online out west and some streaming out of breath might be the most influential of all of those are Strikeforce talk radio as a whole is is of course number one and has been for decades although this is a new thing that will stop the laugh in their tracks and has time and time again that's what this is about. the LAPD we able to speak to anybody there. are we were able to speak only off record and of course we ask them and I I can't double doubles too much because I want to be knowledgeable journalist but let's put it this way they did not have great answers when we ask them what is it in our core values that do not match up with the LAPD overwhelmingly pro law enforcement usually the verse staff with I eat you just talk to bottom company owned and run by Jews I we got a black entertainment editor of black coffee chief expanded woman is our national security chief it is top to bottom it's laughable market to gasp for anything other than a diverse collection of millions of Americans and they won't give us an example they wear it was a single example of what we do that against their core value. and I'll tell you something else you are you're very pro Israel is very interesting that they trying tag this anti semitic line on you guys given what you just said and given a hearing Erin out there and you have a line and others were calling in our Jerusalem bureau. and it's funny because if you look at the New York times endless anti semitism endless examples of anti semitism same with aspects of the Democrat party but you guys your to your your like kryptonite apparently you're not you're not allowed to be associated with the LAPD what are you gonna do about this what can you do about this. what I would like to do is I would love to see people contact the LAPD I would love to see particularly the rank and file even though they're putting themselves to get get rescued thank you that you can tweak it down at LAPD H. Q. and I try to reach out if you can and to suggest that the government law enforcement entity discriminating against conservatives hold normative view point in America is not just an appropriate to use it why are we fighting to a lot of people and we know that the rank and file law enforcement both the LAPD our program and a broken server and they like to think that we stand for it the people at the very top or actual and by the way mark your point thank you for letting us some of the wonderful Jewish calling fabric part we've exposed into semitism at The New York Times so to suggest that we don't take that seriously we take it more seriously New York talks. course you were the first employee of Breitbart in bright part himself was Jewish. absolutely as is our CEO Larry life lifetime best friend to be in the ballpark it's just amazing how they get these narratives and they just keep pushing and pushing it's just the left the left does not believe in the diversity of you pointed believes in uniformity and in six ten format but you're right it's not the the cop on the street they probably don't know anything about this it's the cops at the top who are answerable to city hall in there say look what we just did so you want my audience to do what exactly. well I would love for people between them to call the phone number of the LAPD website I have family and friends reach out and most importantly I think markets time for us to stand up and be counted now H. thought enough to be passive and just to wait for November every other year in both I think people need to start being more vocal and I know there's a risk but it feels like the country is at stake does not the not be like the stakes get excellent higher yeah I know this is different this is much different when I started but forty forty years ago almost in the conservative this is much different it's a very serious threat and it's a threat across the board I can't think of any norm any part of the civil society that's not under attack can you. no I can't and when you think about how bright bar is not just a coalition I mean we have twenty million readers not to mention our thirty eight hours of broadcasting jury section I mean you think SiriusXM wants to be in business a publicly traded company with a bunch of racists which is the implication here of course not I and the they do they can't fight one example of racism if you ever ask them to do it this is about camping out conservative voices and started with these companies but those are private companies so there's only so much you can do when one of the major cities of our country has their law enforcement chief going out there and saying a probe on fortune website goes against your core values this is frightening mark I see this not just as an attack on bright part our audience about you it'll be it'll be you next it'll be fox it'll be whatever it is your favorite online website that provides news of stock in an approved idea coming for you next we're just the tip of the spear. what did they say their core values are that you're violating a data exactly what we keep asking them and we do not get any answer they just announced that we're racist and then they move on. it's just incredible I mean the. I will keep us keep us updated on this okay Alex. absolutely and thanks so much for the incredible platform no no no we we much appreciate that's Alex Marlowe editor in chief Breitbart news which is under attack. god bless and take care you believe this Mister producer. senior level the LAPD. I mean I'm a free speech guy that's what I am. that's what I am so if you have a different view points for that sort of thing but the point is their viewpoints on law enforcement and that much different from my. the rank and file police officer but. the top levels in these major cities. of the police forces you know the the politically appointed cops and so forth at the top levels. in these big blue cities wrist reporting to these these Marxists mayor. they're sellouts. again we're not talking about the cop on the beat and so we're we're talking about at the very top there sellouts like they were in Baltimore. in New York we made a cameo. in other cities to it's very sad. all right we haven't taken any calls we've we've had a lot to talk about today lot for you to digest Michael Charlotte North Carolina on the mark live in app go. if there are no for baby. you don't see in one other thing that's really really difficult to do yours so good at covering so many different aspects of so many different things thank you get on the phone you want to call you and you want to make your point and by time we get done with and in the all the different. things that you bring out you know I mean you're my constitutional go to but anyway recent having said that. this this is what really aggravates me you know I listen to turn him into the Alice with Tucker I listen to NPR or and all the other. there are out there. yeah that is what prompted me to call you the other day Sean Hannity have no no no no no I'm not I'm not talking about other hosts okay there was a there was another individual and now I'm not talking about other house. okay. all right well let me put it to you this way why is it that the Senate. why isn't the Lindsey Graham talks a good game but doesn't do a damn thing is that what you're trying to tell me. your Senate in general there's it's a high degree was you know it's even worse Grassley's out there I don't don't attack the whistle blower in mind what you choose me. recorded the soul so when I agree with you. so why are all these other people they're supposed to I can't speak for everybody else but hi hi I've been on this thing about the Senate they're sitting on their thumbs. they've committees they can have hearings they can issue subpoenas sermons the the issues of involving a hunter Biden and Joe Biden they're not just for the house Democrats but look McConnell leads it these guys are scared of their own chat you got corn in McConnell this guy from Missouri I can't remember his name. he's such a nothing burger the leadership of the Republican Party is very weak in the house right in the United States Senate it is go along get along just make sure they don't shut down the government. and I heard McConnell say we're gonna have a trial that's our rules we can't change the rules unless we have sixty seven votes to do so obviously you don't he says but you know maybe it'll be a short trial I have a better idea I have a guess this Sunday Robert raise a former independent counsel whitewater independent counsel picked up for Ken Starr left off. I spoke into the interview room today. sometimes I do it early when I have to get the guest and he was magnificent. can he said one of the things they could do. is the truck comes out there's a motion to dismiss and then dismiss. he said when he was the whitewater independent counsel in the matter went to the United States Senate there was a motion to dismiss and of course it was defeated. but a motion to dismiss with a simple majority in the Senate. and that would be that now here's the problem. Ronnie sass. some of these other drama types. isn't where I'm standing up for the constitution and the process when in fact they're not they're giving their imprimatur tore to Nancy Pelosi's undermining of the constitutional order thank you for your call my friend I just want to underscore this point. there is no way the United States Senate. no way the United States Senate. should confirm or give it some premature. to what Nancy Pelosi is doing in the house No Way. No Way. now with the Republicans in the Senate but I fear that they will. I hope that they don't. I'll be right back..

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"los angeles police department" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles police department" Discussed on 790 KABC

"At all the jobs that were taken from the early nineteen nineties save that taxi driver in history while that that is really interesting and you knew there had to be some reason why the Green Line doesn't go to the airport that is the reason Dr drew that is the reason and you know the birds have done a lot to roll in the taxi drivers and the taxi drivers are heavily heavily regulated by the city there has been the right hand they didn't have the chart by the city and many of the politicians are trying to get that back because it's a big cash cow for them and and and you know what they're doing is they're doing it at the expense of uber over I work for the Los Angeles Police Department for thirty years than ever and the taxi industry with heavily regulated and usually have a lot of the strip clubs and stuff they have what was called bandit taxi cab that would pull up and take people where they wanted to go these workshops that were either license in other cities are not license at all but the work life by the city of LA and they the city the Los Angeles Police Department your CPAP bandit cab who go ahead I took out of yeah to get these bad the cabs out of the city and this is just an extension of that they're trying to reclaim the lobbyists and reclaim the taxi drivers from Los Angeles I gotta tell ya I can this is talk all day may be the more you talk the more disgusted again by the situation is the city and state and it's it more defies me I gather gone wherever they yeah where the journalists wired the journal is reporting stuff like this because the journalists there in the pockets of the policy right we have no journalism in Los Santos was Joe yeah all right Gerry thank you very much man.

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