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"marie maldonado" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:20 min | 10 months ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Twenty this is the last day on the job for retiring NYPD commissioner Jim o'neill and before wrapping up his nearly thirty seven years on the force o'neill sat down with double the CBS reporter Peter Haskell the mayor was vocal about the fact he thought Daniel Pantaleo should lose his job for his role whenever corners death to the mayor's view point impact your decision of fire Pantaleo that that there was a decision that I made with a rose Marie Maldonado is our deputy commissioner for trials they had a department trial sorrow findings Ben Tucker affirm those findings and I long I went along with that I am as the to the city charter the police commissioner this has the final say on police disciplinary matters to that that decision was mine you spent a career as a cop is it tough to go from one of us one of the guys to one of them the brass it said the hardest transition on this job is going from police officer to sergeant because now you know just responsible for yourself for or for your partner they are responsible for eight to ten people to like think that's the big transition another huge transition is from lieutenant to captain look to become a police executive captain and above but now I consider myself I still consider myself a cop out I'll never forget my experiences on patrol and I think I know I have an executive staff that feels the same way that's important is it tough when you make a decision like the one I had to lay a when they're a lot of cops who say this guy is not doing right by us that it's summer of two thousand nineteen was extremely difficult summer number ways but it's I I have to I have to do what I feel is right the the police commissioner of the city I have to look out for all eight point six million new Yorkers hall sixty two million people that visit here millions that come to work every day and of course the fifty four thousand members of the N. Y. P. D. chief of detectives determined Shea will be sworn in as the forty fourth police commissioner tomorrow W. CBS news time may twenty three hi it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jamie it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I.

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Trump attempts to link NYPD Commissioner's resignation to bail-reform law

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

02:01 min | 11 months ago

Trump attempts to link NYPD Commissioner's resignation to bail-reform law

"President trump in a tweet try telling police commissioner o'neill's decision to resign to a new state bail reform law the new measure could lead to the early release of hundreds of people being held on non violent charges in a calmer responded the president has lost his right to call New York our city when he moved his residence to Florida the move was an obvious legal tactic to convince a judge not to grant the Manhattan district attorney's motion to force production of trump's tax returns on quote Mister o'neill who steps down next month says one of the toughest decisions he had to make was firing officer Daniel Pantaleo in the garner case Eric garner case I've been a cop for a long time and that decision there was no many police officers looked at that and said but you know that could have been me and rose Marie Maldonado I thought did a great job as the deputy commissioner trials the band Tucker concurred with that decision I thought it was important for us all to move forward so it was one of the most difficult things I've had to do incoming police commissioner German Sheri talked about the importance of integrating the NYPD with communities like all eight point six million people to get involved to to to call the police when you see something to attend community meetings this is my neighborhood policing is so important J. speaking there on good day New York a new pilot program aimed at improving relations between the NYPD and young people Rechlin borough president Eric Adams held a student workshop in response to the brawl at the metro tech subway stop we need to do training to young people he's launching a peer to peer pilot program homeless students will be trained to teach others how to respond responsibly to bullies Josh's on board taking those steps to where I can adapt to what's happening is the step in the right direction the borough president hopes the training sessions can be adopted by the school system and the NYPD Juliet Papa tented wins news

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Palm Beach with your eleven o'clock update I'm Karen Curtis stocks are opening sharply higher on Wall Street amid easing recession fears the Dow Jones industrial average is up about three hundred points in early trading after president trump's positive comments on the economy and trade talks with China the nasdaq and S. to be five hundred are also higher after the opening bell a man is under arrest in Daytona beach after threatening a mass shooting according to the Volusia county sheriff's office police arrested a twenty five year old person with her Daytona beach Florida during a hunting rifle and four hundred rounds of ammunition at his apartment it came following a tip from his ex girlfriend we allegedly sent a series of disturbing messages like this one writing a school of the week at target I'd be more likely to open fire on a large crowd of people from over three miles away Debbie say planned to shoot into a crowd and killed more than one hundred people and texted someone saying that he was willing to die while committing the mass shooting the opinion of an NYPD judges being made public after officer Daniel Pantaleo was recommended for termination in regards to the Eric garner case details of judge rose Marie Maldonado's forty six page report emerged this weekend in which she alleges officer Pantaleo was untruthful when he denied using a band to choke hold during the arrest of garner on Staten Island in two thousand fourteen garner died of an asthma attack that the medical examiner said was at least partially set in motion by a chokehold and underlying health conditions judge about the not also what department commissioner stopped short of accusing Pantaleo of strangulation but said he clearly violated protocol in training she's recommended he be fired that decision ultimately rests with commissioner.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Case rose Marie Maldonado published in The New York Times calls officer Daniel Pantaleo untruthful and his version of events of July twenty fourteen in the rest and death of Eric garner implausible and self serving ambled garner speaking about her dad says the police commissioner must now go ahead and fire Pantaleo here's some of the same he doesn't decision today the land has been on desk duty for those five years decision from the police commissioner appears imminent one shot ten ten wins here at police headquarters when his time ten forty nine there are new questions today about the NFL's partnership with JZ giving him a role in picking and producing acts of football of NJ sees comments about some players taking in the year sparking a reaction from the activist who started it all former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick seeming to throw shade at the biggest name in hip hop after daisies recent press conference with the NFL past kneeling it's time to go into actionable items Capranica sparked controversy for taking a knee during the national anthem hoping he says to draw attention to police brutality and racial injustice pointing out players who continue to kneel in protest writing on Instagram they have never moved past the people and continue to put their beliefs into action a row of build from there with the latest which news time ten fifty president trump back at the White House after his New Jersey golf vacation and listing his economic team to tamp down talk of a possible recession after a wild week on Wall Street amid the escalating trade war with China president trump wrapping up his New Jersey vacation returned to the White House facing a star question is is trade war with China tanking the U. S. economy session I mean the world is in a recession right now hello this is a bit but if you look at China China is a very very poorly but this is a critical moment for the president last week markets reeled the Dow plunging eight hundred points in one day then rally all the turbulence linked in part to trump's trade war Terry Moran there with the update windows time ten fifty one AM cross traffic.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"If you thought yesterday was too hot well then today is not going to hold a lot of charm for you I can others calling for real feels up around a hundred and five today and we could get another storm as well so let's find out what's cooking from accu weather's being divorced in we are already cooking already sweating and spilling out there the real feel temperature in the heart of the city already eighty seven degrees and that number will top out about a hundred and five this afternoon we got another day to deal with this kind of heat and humidity tomorrow and both this afternoon and tomorrow could be seeing and dotted with some heavy gusty thunderstorms popping up especially the afternoon and evening commute time period for showers and thunderstorms middle of the week Wednesday and Thursday so not quite as hot still quite humid really from all of this Lee is finally coming as we get towards the upcoming weekend it looks pretty nice but to get there we're gonna sweat and still keep up today right here on your ex weather station ten ten wind storms yesterday afternoon interfered with the little league world series in Williamsport Pennsylvania the L. mora's from Elizabeth New Jersey were behind the team from Hawaii when that game was put on hold and they'll play again this afternoon at one five years have passed since the death of Eric garner officer Daniel Pantaleo spin on desk duty since then but today he could find out if he's going to lose his job for his role in the arrest that leads to garner's death denture once his rank one shock with more from one police plaza forty six page ruling published in The New York Times Sunday night from the administrative judge rose Marie Maldonado which she lays out her reasons why he thinks officer Daniel Pantaleo should be fired she calls him unfruitful now as early as today.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Times Sunday night from the administrative judge rose Marie Maldonado says hemorrhaging in Eric garner's neck provided quote overwhelming evidence the officer Daniel Pantaleo used to choke hold despite being trained not to video from July twenty fourteen garner repeatedly saying he cannot breathe judge Maldonado St Pantaleon was being untruthful in his depositions as to what happened police commissioner o'neill decision could come as early as today the Rev al Sharpton saying the judge's opinion gives o'neill no choice but to fire Pantaleo one shot ten Gen wins and police headquarters is dealing with what appears to be a murder suicide in upper Manhattan this morning ten ten wins reporter Carol Deoria with more from in word the couple lived in apartments sixty he was seventy two years old and she was seventy eight their relationship ended at around ten twenty last night the police received a nine one one call for two ten Sherman Avenue in in wood and that's where they found the husband's body sprawled on the pavement outside they went to his apartment and that's where the police found his wife she had been stabbed multiple times and was dead on the sofa the police don't know what led to the apparent murder suicide there was no no to left behind the couple lived alone there their names have not been released Carol Deoria ten ten wins the Larry Griffin the second of Bruno West Virginia as described as homeless so he presumably doesn't have the two hundred thousand dollars bail that's been set for him on charges of placing a false bomb cops say he is the guy who dropped off those rice cookers and Chelsea napa Fulton Street subway station last Friday Larry who is twenty six as a court date next Friday a cousin down in West Virginia says Larry's a good person who's been dealing with mental health issue issues Larry's been arrested in West Virginia number of times including once for sending obscene material to a minor obscene material reportedly involving Larry and a chicken Florida's stand your ground law will be at the center of a trial getting underway today in Clearwater Florida it begins as an argument in a convenience store parking lot twenty eight year old mark he's been clocked in comes out from inside the store and pushes Michael Drake it to the ground Draco shoots went locked in once in the chest at first sure Paul go Jerry refuses to prosecute Drake up he had to shoot to defend himself that decision sparked outrage and protests blocked his partner Britney Jacobs demanding always stand your ground a jury will soon answer that question with the help of surveillance video that appears to show my clocked in backing away from break a and the seconds before he was killed NASCAR Spondon Pete Holmes Dr Daniel service from New Jersey was on vacation with his fiance on it these last week it was their final day on the island and the doctor wanted to take a picture at the edge of a cliff he told her let me go first so you don't fall and that's when he fell eighty feet to his death he was thirty four years old president trump and his economic advisers were out of the weekend tonight reports that recession is imminent the president spoke to reporters at his golf club in Bedminster I don't think we're.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Like it was yesterday real feel in the triple digits and it could get a bit stormy as well so let's find out exactly what we're in for today from accu weather's the into boarding yeah we're gonna sweat and stew in this heat humidity the next several days the worst continuing today into tomorrow with our real feel temperature already Lee eighty five and we'll search past a hundred as you said the next couple of afternoons and like yesterday some gusty thunderstorms could pop up in the afternoons and evenings he backs off a little bit once again Thursday is the number thunderstorms go up and real feel temps are still in the nineties looks like some relief finally coming from both the heat and humidity as we get to the upcoming weekend will keep you up to a minute by minute on new York's weather station ten ten wins all the storms that blew through the area late yesterday afternoon were pretty fierce flooding an apartment building and wants to York bringing down a tree at a swim club in Bucks county Pennsylvania the tree fell into the tent there were nine people nine people injured and transported to the hospital three more severe than the rest will auto insurer who said of emergency management around their seven of those hurt our children it's been more than five years since the death of Eric garner today we could find out finally of officer Daniel Pantaleo was going to lose his job for his role in this sentiments newsman Glenn shop with more from one police plaza of this morning earlier this month administrative judge rose Marie Maldonado and recommended that officer Daniel Pantaleo he fired now her entire forty six page opinion published by The New York Times last night in it she calls Pantaleo on truthful and his version of the advance self serving and implausible in the July twenty fourteen on Staten Island garner repeatedly.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Seven thirty one on ten ten wins if you thought it was too hot yesterday you will likely feel the same about today accu weather's calling for real feels up around a hundred and five today and we could get another storm to boot let's find out what's cooking from accu weather's dean to fourteen we will be cooking in the heat humidity here and I will continue today and tomorrow yesterday the first ninety degree day since July thirtieth but we're gonna get a couple more here up near ninety on the thermometer real feels as you said about a hundred and five this afternoon and in this he knew ready it's easy to bubble up a strong and gusty thunderstorm we could do that especially north west of the city later this afternoon into the evening commute and looks like that's the same story tomorrow will cut back the heat a little bit but not the humidity Lee as we get into Wednesday and Thursday more thunderstorms in the forecast and then looks like finally the reduction in heat humidity that we move will be waiting for is coming for the upcoming weekend itself will keep you up to a minute by minute right here on your ex weather station ten ten wind solar storms that blew through here like yesterday were pretty fierce plotting an apartment building in west New York and bringing down a tree at a swim club in Bucks county Pennsylvania nine people were hurt three serious like for the back injury into head injuries a lot injures set of emergency management there seven of those hurt our children the weather also interfered with the little league world series in Williamsport Pennsylvania the on mora's from Elisabeth were behind the scene from Hawaii when the game was put on hold I'll play again at one this afternoon five years have passed since the death of Eric garner officer Daniel Pantaleo has been on desk duty since then but today we could find out if he's going to lose his job for his role in the arrest that led to garner staff center wins newsman Glenn shock with more from one police plaza forty six page ruling published in The New York Times Sunday night from the administrative judge rose Marie Maldonado which she lays out her reasons why he thinks officer Daniel Pantaleo should be fired she calls him unfruitful now as early as today.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Up in the triple digits and it might get a bit stormy as well let's find out exactly what we're in for today from accu weather's thirteen to fourteen near where in this smack dab in the middle of a heat wave here the worst of it continues here today and tomorrow with the temperature flirting with ninety and tropical humidity will make accu weather real feel temperatures soar past a hundred the next couple of days to ride and response big thunderstorms could pop up they could be gusty at later this afternoon this evening again tomorrow then he backs off Wednesday and Thursday a bit as the other storms actually becoming more prevalent overall the real feel still up near ninety degrees the real relief from the heat humidity not coming until the upcoming weekend will sit and stew in this heat humidity and keep up to date on the minute by minute on new York's weather station ten ten wins and the storms that blew through here late yesterday afternoon were pretty fierce flooding an apartment building in west New York and bringing down a tree in a swim club in Bucks county Pennsylvania the tree fell into the tent there were nine people nine people injured and transported to the hospital three more severe than the rest fill out a juror who's head of emergency management around there are seven of those hurt our children the weather also interfered with the Little League World Series in Williamsport Pennsylvania the mora's from Elizabeth New Jersey were behind the team from Hawaii when the game was put on hold up play again this afternoon at one it's been more than five years now since the death of Eric garner in today we could find out of officer Daniel Pantaleo is going to lose his job for his role in less than ten wins news make wine shop with more from one police plaza this morning plan in the forty six page ruling published in The New York Times Sunday night from the administrative judge rose Marie Maldonado says hemorrhaging in Eric garner's neck provided quote overwhelming evidence the officer Daniel Pantaleo used.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"There and and kind of wait and see what happens in doing Gina Cervidae from Bloomberg world headquarters partly cloudy skies tonight in New York City with a low of seventy three U. S. stocks had their worst week of twenty nineteen as investors worried over the escalating trade war with China after president Donald Trump said he'd slap more tariffs on Chinese goods president ratcheted up his rhetoric late Friday saying he could boost the levees to a much higher number stocks were already under pressure after investors were disappointed at the first fed rate cut in a decade did not come with assurances of more easing the July jobs report did little to alter views on the economy and the path for future rate policy Berkshire Hathaway second quarter operating income was six point one four billion dollars down eleven percent year over year insurance underwriting operating profit fell sixty three percent from the year before while Berkshires railroad utilities and energy businesses sell operating earnings of one point nine five billion up almost three percent from the year before the final decision will be made by New York City police commissioner James o'neill but a New York police department administrative judge has ruled that a white officer should be fired for his actions five years ago for the choking of Eric garner an unarmed black man whose death while under arrest helped ignite the national black lives matter movement and white PD deputy commissioner of trials rose Marie Maldonado who presided over disciplinary hearings in may recommended that officer Daniel Pantaleo be dismissed according to the civilian complaint review board and Johnson and Johnson and Colgate Palmolive have won a case in Kentucky where a jury rejected claims that his fastest in the company's tell based products was responsible for a woman's death from cancer a jury in New Jersey is hearing evidence in another such case global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Jeanne Meserve Eddie this is Bloomberg you're listening.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Health situation your available to bring water the which is coming off as for the have been handing in doing Gina Cervidae from Bloomberg world headquarters partly cloudy skies tonight in New York City with a low of seventy three U. S. stocks had their worst week of twenty nineteen as investors worried over the escalating trade war with China after president Donald Trump said he'd slept more tariffs on Chinese goods president ratcheted up his rhetoric late Friday saying he could boost the levees to a much higher number stocks were already under pressure after investors were disappointed at the first fed rate cut in a decade did not come with assurances of more easing the July jobs report did little to alter views on the economy and the path for future rate policy Berkshire Hathaway's second quarter operating income was six point one four billion dollars down eleven percent year over year insurance underwriting operating profit fell sixty three percent from the year before while Berkshires railroad utilities and energy businesses saw operating earnings of one point nine five billion up almost three percent from the year before the final decision will be made by New York City police commissioner James o'neill but a New York police department administrative judge has ruled that a white officer should be fired for his actions five years ago for the choking of Eric garner an unarmed black man whose death while under arrest helped ignite the national black lives matter movement NYPD deputy commissioner of trials rose Marie Maldonado who presided over disciplinary hearings in may recommended that officer Daniel Pantaleo be dismissed according to the civilian complaint review board and Johnson and Johnson and Colgate Palmolive have won a case in Kentucky where a jury rejected claims that his fastest in the company's tell based products was responsible for a woman's death from cancer a jury in New Jersey is hearing evidence in another such case global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one for twenty countries I'm Jeanne Meserve Eddie this is Bloomberg I'm very results my extra special guest this week is Rajiv Jane he.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Be elected in twenty twenty I'm in case in doing Gina Cervidae from Bloomberg world headquarters U. S. stocks had their worst week of twenty nineteen as investors worried over the escalating trade war with China the S. and P. five hundred fell for a fifth straight day its steepest weekly loss since December after president Donald Trump said he'd slap more tariffs on Chinese goods president ratcheted up his rhetoric late Friday saying he could boost the levees to a much higher number stocks were already under pressure after investors were disappointed at the first fed rate cut in a decade did not come with assurances of more easing the July jobs report did little to alter views on the economy and the path for future rate policy Berkshire Hathaway second quarter operating income was six point one four billion dollars down eleven percent year over year insurance underwriting operating profit fell sixty three percent from the year before while Berkshires railroad utilities and energy businesses sell operating earnings of one point nine five billion up almost three percent from the year before the final decision will be made by New York City police commissioner James o'neill but a New York police department administrative judge has ruled that a white officer should be fired for his actions five years ago for the choking of Eric garner an unarmed black man whose death while under arrest help that night the national black lives matter movement and white PD deputy commissioner of trials rose Marie Maldonado who presided over disciplinary hearings in may recommended that officer Daniel Pantaleo be dismissed according to the civilian complaint review board and Johnson and Johnson and Colgate Palmolive have won a case in Kentucky where a jury rejected claims that his fastest in the company's tell based products was responsible for a woman's death from cancer a jury in New Jersey is hearing evidence in another such case global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm in a survey this is Bloomberg.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In doing Gina Cervidae from Bloomberg world headquarters U. S. stocks had their worst week of twenty nineteen as investors worried over the escalating trade war with China the S. and P. five hundred fell for a fifth straight day its steepest weekly loss since December after president Donald Trump said he'd slept more tariffs on Chinese goods president ratcheted up his rhetoric late Friday saying he could boost the levees to a much higher number stocks were already under pressure after investors were disappointed at the first fed rate cut in a decade did not come with assurances of more easing the July jobs report did little to alter views on the economy and the path for future rate policy Berkshire Hathaway's second quarter operating income was six point one four billion dollars down eleven percent year over year insurance underwriting operating profit fell sixty three percent from the year before while Berkshires railroad utilities and energy businesses sell operating earnings of one point nine five billion up almost three percent from the year before the final decision will be made by New York City police commissioner James o'neill but a New York police department administrative judge has ruled that a white officer should be fired for his actions five years ago for the choking of Eric garner an unarmed black man whose death while under arrest helped ignite the national black lives matter movement NYPD deputy commissioner of trials rose Marie Maldonado who presided over disciplinary hearings in may recommended that officer Daniel Pantaleo be dismissed according to the civilian complaint review board and Johnson and Johnson and Colgate Palmolive have won a case in Kentucky where a jury rejected claims that as fast as in the company's tell based products was responsible for a woman's death from cancer the jury in New Jersey is hearing evidence in another such case global news twenty four hours a day.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Pantaleo absolutely and the state laws abundantly clear there has to be due process and I emphasize to everyone that is an American value it's also solely at the discretion of the police commission the mayor's remarks in the blue room where momentarily derailed by an outburst of protesters it would change everything that people were feeling to see an actual process at city hall rich lamb WCBS newsradio eight eight the judge's recommendation to fire Daniel Pantaleo was being slammed by the NYPD's largest union Lynch started loud and only got louder today's one of the saddest and most damaging days in the history of New York City in the New York City police department he calls judge rose Marie Maldonado's decision ludicrous setting a dangerous precedent he did not understand the law Lynch's calling on officers to stay away from anyone resisting arrest now when instead call up a sergeant thought police offices unfortunately I'm in a position of having to protect themselves rather than spending the time protecting you Daniel Pantaleo is attorney stew London says they can't control outside influences on the judge had she rolled on the evidence presented in the four corners of the court room and not the public pressure outside that courtroom there would have been a different route he says an appeal may be on the way if commissioner James o'neal does end up firing Pantaleo at PBA offices in lower Manhattan Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eight eighty the biggest bounce houses in the world is here that's coming up in three minutes WCBS days time Foro seven are on sale now the New Jersey speaker series presented by fairly Dickinson university featuring former secretary of state John Kerry in journalism Seinfeld's George.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Actual process why the way under law the police commissioner has the sole authority to fire a cop at city hall rich lamb WCBS newsradio eight eighty meanwhile officers may have to change the way they respond to call thanks to the Pantaleo ruling according the NYPD's largest union that we should be assisting burns has reaction from the police benevolent association this is one of the most damaging days in the history of New York City in the words of PBA president paddling chuckling advocates have gotten what they want the police department it's closing he says officers now should call a sergeant before dealing with anyone resisting arrest if someone says well I'm not going you want is just to walk away I think you may be getting that unfortunately that's the message from city hall Lynch is adamant in saying judge rose Marie Maldonado did not understand the law when she made her decision Daniel Pantaleo is attorney stew London maintains Maldonado's ruling was not based on the evidence what we cannot control is what happens outside that courtroom and the influence is put on the judge he says they're thinking about an appeal should commissioner James o'neill follow the recommendation at PBA offices in lower Manhattan Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eighty eight WCBS news I made thirty four president trump's choice to be America's tops by didn't even make it to the end of the week in a tweet on Sunday the president announced his intention to nominate Texas congressman from loyalist John reckless as director of national intelligence but questions were quickly raised about his qualifications and whether he could be confirmation taking out to Twitter again today the president ounce at Radcliffe is were withdrawing from consideration CBS news has learned that as of last night the president had no indication there was any problem with this nomination until rack off right click called him this morning saying he wanted to withdraw that he wasn't expecting a confirmation fight especially among Republicans how we've also learned that represented will herds decision not to seek reelection creating another Republican house vacancy also played into the system the president said he is considering three people for this day and I post and he has not ruled out the number two official at denied Susan Gordon if she is selected to be the first woman to run the agency Matty B. as news correspondent Paula read out the White House the president says he's considering three other people now for the job cheers importer Rico.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Actual process why the way under law the police commissioner has the sole authority to fire a cop at city hall rich lamb WCBS newsradio eight eight the NYPD's largest union says officers may have to change the way they respond to calls because of this ruling here's W. CBS's the burns he heard from the police benevolent association this is one of the most damaging days in the history of New York City in the words of PBA president paddling chuckling advocates have gotten what they want the police department it's closing he says officers now should call a sergeant before dealing with anyone resisting arrest if someone says well I'm not going you want is just to walk away I think you may be getting that unfortunately that's the message from city hall Lynch is adamant and saying judge rose Marie Maldonado did not understand the law when she made her decision Daniel Pantaleo is attorney stew London maintains Maldonado's ruling was not based on the evidence what we cannot control is what happens outside that courtroom and the influence is put on the judge he says they're thinking about an appeals to commissioner James o'neill follow the recommendation at PBA offices in lower Manhattan Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eight eighty so here's what happens now the NYPD's judges recommendations nonbinding ventilators lawyer will have two weeks to submit responses to police commissioner James a male o'neill who will then make a decision sometime this month W. CBS.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"So I knew if I went under I wouldn't coming back. So. I hold onto the concrete worked my way back to where I could get my feet on the ground again that accomplished he forced his way out to the woman's car Halder out and carried her on his back to higher ground while he seems uncomfortable about all this hero talk. He does hope it will serve as an object lesson in giving for his players Kurd Lewis radio tonight KRLD the flooding made such a mess indicator over the weekend, the students at the high school they're going to be getting a few days off k r Elise. Kristen Wiesel has more on that Decatur high school is closed today through Wednesday because of flood damage to the building reportedly a drain on top of the school burst and sent water flooding all through the front of the school crews have been working since this weekend trying to dry out the floors and ceilings Decatur ISD says they'll think of a way for students to make up these mistakes. However, this only affects Decatur high school all other schools have classes today as usual, Kristen Wisel, NewsRadio ten eighty care. Kristen thank you students at Richland middle school. That is. Part of the bird. Ville is t-. They will notice some extra security on campus because school officials there are working with the police after an on line threat. Police say they don't believe the threat is credible. But security has been beefed up as a precaution. Investigators are working to find a person who posed that threat the trial of a Houston man who prosecutors say went on a deadly drunk driving spree continues today in Harris County, say thirty eight year old a Blaine Boudreaux caused four crashes during a three hour span in April of two thousand fifteen they say killed two people including a homeless man was left on the side of the road. And a six year old boy Harris County prosecutor, Sean tears as Boudreau is not being charged with intoxication manslaughter or failure to stop and render aid because he could only face a maximum penalty of twenty years if convicted on those charges, it's frankly, not enough time for for the havoc direct on our on our roadways. Just catastrophic damage he did a number of family. He is being charged with felony murder. Could get up to life in prison. If convicted it is now eight hundred seven, well, if you're driving please keep your eye out for a particular car. There was an amber alert going on right now issued on not that long ago out of McClellan county. It's the bell. Meet police department who posted this umbrella regarding eleven year old Caitlyn Marie Maldonado. Again, just eleven years old. She is described his white five one Brown hair. He's allies. Police are looking for a sixteen year old in his case. Brittany Anne Boleyn in connection with that of duck. She is four hundred and fifty pounds Brown hair in is. So if you're driving this is the car to be on the watch for a two thousand twelve tan Kia Sorrento with Texas license plate k v x forty nine seventeen. Again, a twenty twelve kids Sorrento license plate caveat x forty nine seventeen. If you spot that car, call nine one one we've got the Brad sham. Cowboys report coming. Little recap of that debacle yesterday up in Seattle that is straight ahead on KRLD, traffic.

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"marie maldonado" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"marie maldonado" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Of plano news center in an amber alert, we want to let you know about. It has been issued out of McLennan county the Bellamy police department there has posted an amber alert regarding eleven-year-old. Caitlyn Marie Maldonado. They say she is believed to be in grave or immediate danger. So Kaitlan she is described as white five one Brown hair, Hazel eyes. Again, eleven years old police are looking for a sixteen year old Brittany and bowling in connection with this abduction bowling is said to be four one hundred and fifty pounds Brown hair. And is a she's believed to be so keep an eye out a two thousand twelve Kia Sorrento tan in color with a license. Plate of k v x four nine one seven. I you see that car if you know anything about this, call police immediately southeast Texas school superintendent to made a racially charged online post has resigned phone. Alaska ISD superintendent Lynn redden submitted his resignation in a letter to the school board this past Monday gonna post to Facebook site of the Houston chronicle website, Krahn dot com. Read and posted a comment referring to the play of Houston. Texans quarterback DeShaun Watson the end of a recent game. It said quote that may have been the most inept quarterback decision. I've seen in the NFL when you need precision decision making you can't count on a black quarterback redden who is white said that he regretted making the post and mistakenly thought he was making a private response to a friend's message. In a statement the school board said that it quote does not condone negative comments or actions toward any race Rennes resignation. Took effect of the end of the day on Saturday. David Burrows, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Now, the ranger is finish up their home stand in was it. The last time we would see Adrian bell trade on a ball field. The home fans gave him a fitting send-off just in case. Thirty nine year old Adrian bell. Trey was. Removed in the six and received a standing ovation for what could be as final home game at globe life park in Arlington. This could be my.

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