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"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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09:21 min | 2 years ago

"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"W B Z Boston's news radio Back to the phones we go. Let's goto less in Bill Rika. Less welcome. You are next on the rink Central. Nice. I call a line reacting To the death penalty. If Beth Death penalty delayed for a bomber number two. Go ahead. Go ahead, Lis. No thanks to you, and to take my call I just to commission making quick one is I know you said that the federal judge very insulated, but our federal government just recently started. Uh, executing people. Um again? Yes, sir. Federal crime in a while. It's been a while and I'm I'm not sure if that had had any, um He's changed in the view of these three judges on maybe getting this changed of things Interesting course. Interesting question. I don't think so. I mean, I think that these judges would be smart enough to know that The Trump Administration, you know, wanted to begin the A CZ used that, you know, renew the execution process, And obviously it has been permitted, you know, by the Supreme Court its renewal All right? I don't think so. I think that these judges probably looked at this case. And as they say, when I say insulated, you know they're not going through. They're not living the same life that most of us did. Now, look, I know that there was a horrific incident. Ah ah couple of weeks ago in New Jersey with some nut job went and killed two members of a federal judge his family in New Jersey. But for the most part they live pretty Reno that there there Park underground. You know, they they they have you when you become a federal Appeals court judge. Um you certainly have shown your ability to understand the law. Read the law. You're an accomplished lawyer to even be nominated, so I'm not in any way, shape or form trying to undercut their qualifications. I just think that I wonder how much they took into consideration the implications of the decision for the for the families of the surviving victims, Indiana My second point is, I think we're in the current climate of the funding a police that people forget that the Belmont Watertown police worthy Protecting its terrorists. That night after Sean Collier was killed, and we look to the police to take care of this issue in the Boston police, all the police about excuses that were involved in it did an outstanding job. And when you think about who you're gonna vote for that they're on a defund Our police officers just think about that night. Well, we've talked about that A couple of times this week is a matter of fact. On Wednesday night, we had to, really, I would I would consider to be extraordinary police officers. I don't know if you what if you listened 29 o'clock hour. Those police officers Mario Olivera of Somerville and Bob to Napoli of Woburn. They were both shot. They both literally came very close to dying. I think, marry all of area. One of them. I think literally died on the operating table and they revived me. These was serious, serious career ending injuries and this is what these these men and women face every day and And you had two police officers. You know Sean Collier from MIT who lost his life. He was killed by by these creeps. And then there was a Boston police officer. Dennis Dee Jay Simmons, who suffered head injuries, and he Expedia died less than a year later. So they were really two police officers, three civilians and scores scores of a fellow Bostonians. Seriously injured inmate inmate and in some cases right in a day. And you know, just to get back to the public of of In front of the police. I think we're the worst thing we could do, and I I want to say that I appreciate every police officer in a woman that are up there protecting everybody. Um and I was totally and ah Whole thing, putting the The victims through it again. Hello appeals process that maybe later on other political quietly decided that maybe we should give him full or anything like that. That's why I really hope that in your mind like crows goes through with it. And the sentencing stand. Oh, yeah. 20 years from now, Look, there are things that are changing now in this world in terms of crime and punishment, where You know, it's it's It's not. It is not inconceivable that there could be that this guy still I know it will say they would say sense. A life in prison. Never see the light of day. I would hope they're right. But who knows? Who knows? What President? You know, Alexandria Cassio Cortez might might decide. I mean, if Donald Trump can Commute the sentence of Roger Stone is it said, not conceivable that there could be some crazed president going forward. It's not beyond the nothings were beyond the realm of possibility. I think we're learning that in this year 2020 Thank you. Thank you. And thank you for giving me the the voice or the place to have my voice. So I really appreciate it. Then That's the whole purpose of this show and will remain the purpose of this show until the day I signed off from my final time, which hopefully is no time soon, Okay. Thanks, Les. Have a great night. Let it go to drew in Roxbury Hydro. Welcome. Next on night side. How are you? Good. How you again? I'm doing great. Drew. If I had the pleasure of you calling before, No No. First on call Central. Nice that, Colin, Go ahead. Drew. You got the microphone. That's all right. Two points, two statements. The first thing is there it regardless, whatever occurs. What happens is that If you change of venue, whatever the cases. He's still going to be found guilty. We already know he's guilty, but he's going to be found. The death penalty tank is going to stand. I don't care what he change it. Will you go to whatever the case is so drew, I hope I hope you're right, my friend. Listen. The tragedy is the fact that now that because there's already a done deal, they've already said that they're going to pursue it and they're going to investigate it more. They're going to do all this other stuff. But the reality is that now the families have to go through this thing again. Yeah, By the way, are you welling who's the U. S Attorney has not said that I agree with you. I think that he will pursue the case. But what happens if a couple of the families and there was one family already? Martin Richard's family? Who has said, you know, we don't believe in the death penalty. Ah, you know, it's it's not inconceivable through that they might say, Look, the families have been through enough. The victims. There are people today walking around without limbs on DH have gone through, you know, years years of rehabilitation, and it's conceivable. It's not inconceivable. Let me put it like that that end Alleline might Come to a conclusion that it's not worth it. It's possible. It's still possible. He hasn't He hasn't made his pronouncement yet. So we'll say you might be right. I hope you're right. Whoa! I'm telling when, afterwards after this conversation as it dang trance by, we're going to see I'm just telling you that you change of venue. Whatever you do. Is gonna be the same outcome. Whoever sits down on a jury would have the cases they're going to say no, no, no, no. That's like executing whatever the case is, what eventually is going to happen? Even in the family who I hope you're right. If you and I were on the jury, I think that would be a decision. But I sure hope you're right. All right. So now here, right. So here is my second statement. My second statement. Is that me? Personally, I believe that that's the easy way out. If this guy's put to death, all right, I believe that that's not good enough. That's not hear. I know your heart. Well, the penal system. I think that Um, environment. You don't get to see anybody. You don't get to do anything You spend years in years through his game bear with me for a second if he could. The problem with that is that that would be considered cruel and unusual punishment. Let's assume they say, I'm gonna put that guy in the hole for the rest of his life..

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"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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07:51 min | 2 years ago

"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He and Joe Di Napoli Napoli were just great guest last night, too. Brave police officers who Were seriously wounded on I believe, in the case of at least one of them. They died literally died on but had to be reset, resuscitated on a on an operating table, So this this work is dangerous, and there's a really political push here. One would argue to make it even more dangerous and that's what we're talking about right now, with the chief of police from Chelsea, Brian Kai's He's the president of Massachusetts major City chiefs of Police and Mark Lady, the executive director himself a former chief in Northborough, Massachusetts. He's currently the executive director of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association. I want to go to phone calls, and if there's anything that either of you feel we haven't covered in the first couple of segments. Let me give an opportunity to Ah to address anything that you'd like to follow up on a cleanup on before we go to phone calls, Gentlemen. I just want to jump in, and I just want to know what you just mentioned about DiNapoli and Mario Olivera to two American heroes to Ah, good friends of bullet Mark and I, and certainly back in the 10 4011 when they were both shot in two separate incidents, the huge advocates for police around not just the entire state with the entire country. I heard you your segment last night. I thought it was excellent. And one which Mario Happy birthday as he's home. Relax. He's listening. Probably is actually happy Birthday. Well, he came very close to not having any more birthdays. Both he and Joe DiNapoli, That's for sure. 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930. The debate at the Legislature Uh, affect more than just police. It affects all of us. Let's go first off to Sandy in West Roxbury. Sandy welcome first tonight of the Ring Central. Nice. I call a line. Thanks for calling in Sandy. What's your question or comment? I just have a comment. I just can't imagine how frustrating this must be, because yes, there bad policeman is that this is their bad Will everybody and and it's just no emphasis being put on the good ones. And I just think it's so unfair and and I don't know how they stand The frustration of all of this. I really don't know. Gentlemen like to respond to what Sandy had to say. I definitely would, Sandy. Thank you, but I'll tell you truthfully, we believe in our hearts that a lot of people feel exactly the way that this has been our life's work for a long time. We won't shy away from it. But we also have to remember that your police officers just come from the ranks of your community. We're not growing. I don't think so. I think so. I think what you do is so high and the average person would not want to do it. Thank you. Leave that. I think the point that's being made. Sandy is that The folks who aspire to be police officers are People from West Roxbury Dorchester Experience never community you want. They are looking to help people to protect and serve and you do have incidents like the one Out in Minneapolis, which are indefensible, indefensible. But what has happened now is that there are some in my opinion, and the Chiefs don't have to agree with me on this one. But there is some political forces out there who want to weaken police departments and want to weaken policing. And I don't believe you're right. Well, that's that's what I believe. And this has become. This is not anymore is faras. I'm present a law enforcement issue. It is. It's become a political issue. Gentlemen, you can You can agree to disagree or or you could take the fifth on that one. If you like. You know me. Well, I just think, just in fairness to Brian, who is still a chief Uh, I I don't disagree with that concept for one minute. And when all of when you roll all of these things together between the so called movement to what the defund the police the claims of of over policing of neighborhoods. Crazy people have to remember that the best majority of our services are derived from calls for service. What people are calling, saying There's a problem in front of my house. Come take care of it. And very little conversation is given to that. I agree with you. It's a very, very little Philosophy that He's just out of step with what the men and women who are guarding your communities are trying to do to keep everyone said We're on the same page, Sandy. Thank you very much for your call. And thanks. Thank you for your support of police. So I'm hoping that some legislators will be listening tonight to this conversation. And the reason I'm hoping that Sandy and gentlemen Is that there's there's a lot of legislators up there who You know who are clearly not supportive of police, in my opinion, okay? And and they are looking at this, as they say, from a political point of view, trying to make their bones politically or whatever. I'm hoping that the vast majority of members in the House of Representatives and maybe some rational people in the state Senate will will hear what you're saying and come to realize that Yeah, it might be the flavor of the month, you know, cut the legs out from the Police department, both in terms of funding or in terms of tying their hands and putting them in greater danger. And maybe they could go back to make a speech or two in their community and get a cheap round of applause. But the bottom line is they're going to do a lot of damage to police departments to the men and women who serve to the families of those police. Those police officers. And ultimately to the community themselves. That's what really bothers me. And that's why we had and a rather Joe and Mario on last night, just to talk about the dangers of the work, and that's why it's important to have You gentlemen on tonight to talk about the hard work that has to be done at the Legislature. It's unbelievable that that something like this is even being considered seriously because it was something that should have been considered seriously. They should have been talking about it in March. Last October 3 years ago, five years ago, and it should not have been precipitated by this one horrifically ugly incident this murder of an innocent man in minutes Minneapolis in late May. I agree, But I think if I could, yes, fight back, if you don't mind, you watch it all because I mean, I'm involved with with a lot of the Legislature's. I gotta just provides some pallets. I mean, honestly, a lot of members up there at the State house to do a phenomenal job. And they do listen, and they do engage and you know the only I guess. The concern that we had is police chiefs was that some of this legislation inarguably and to be quite honest in both bills. Just really just went to plan and we're not saying that they're not doing their job. We're not saying that they're not approaching this in a thoughtful manner. You know, we're not here, Norma Martin, your eye to the passion of the people up in Beacon Hill. We think they do They have a hard job just like we do. But again, we just thought that number one with the clock was ticking up till July 31st. Which is now a non issue, which is great. We just hope that the carpets committee that exists right now The six members of Stern's 33 representatives are working on this issue to reconcile the difference between the two bills. We just hope they have the time that they need To approach this in a thoughtful manner. That leadership gives him that direction. That ability to go onto next week. The week after Hall belong it takes to get this right. Who were the members of of the members of the committee. This is the conference committee and whatever comes out, gets voted up her down. I know the way the system works up there, correct And sometimes that works..

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"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"When was shot and wounded into five. Sonali was on shot wounded. No, but she watched your daughter die old young black African nine years old. That's it, Charlie. So you were representing Haven you say, Don't don't defund the police Give a more money. You have them more money. Good morning. I am on police. You know, it's stupid to entertain any other proposal on that. With Charlie appreciates you call very, very much. We'll talk soon. Okay. Have a good evening than 617 to 5 for 10. 30 Triple 89 to 1930. You have to bring these questions down. It's one thing to say, theoretically should police know in your community. Let's talkto Lenny in Natick, Lenny in your community of Natick. Would you like to see police defunded? Sure, why not? Then have chaos and let's have all the drug lords and gangs run the city. And, yeah, Grace. Are you crazy? It's the dumbest idea in history. But that but reform the police want to improve upon the police trained them fine. Eliminate them De fund them insane, But there's a lot of politicians around this country who are talking about a few months. A lot of politicians because it does play to some of their constituents, which he wantto have Mexico and Medic or in Massachusetts. Fine at Mexico has the cartel's when the Of the drug cartels run the cities and towns like chaos. You know, I agree with you on that, but I think that The thing's in Mexico, I think are actually quieting down. Although you hear stories every once in a while, but, yeah, I don't want I want the United States of America. I want I want cities and towns in suburban communities like Nah, Nick, you have a good police, too prominent Natick. It's a solid community. It's a great community spent a lot of time there in the 19 nineties and Well into the first decade of the two thousands. No, I just I don't understand, but but I'm so happy that so many of you are picking up your phone and calling it it's 18 courage again. I'm sure a lot of police officers. They're hearing it tonight, So I appreciate it. Well, they police force deserve a lot of credit, because that's not an easy job. I'm going to say it again. We had to guess that the nine o'clock hour Who were extraordinary to officers who was shot nearly killed in the line of duty. Bob DiNapoli of Woburn, Mario Olivera of Somerville. They tell the story of the moments when they were shot, and it is Terrifying to listen to those stories. It will be posted at night side on demand. Hopefully buy some time in the early morning hours. Please take take the opportunity to listen to that hour if you haven't heard it. And I hope that monkey loses well, well, you could say whatever you want, we Ah Wei will certainly be talking about that. That election is a September 1st 2 seconds term limits. Yeah, that's that's one of the reasons. Yeah, but I don't know that Joe Kennedy will articulate anyway. Thanks, Lenny. Appreciate you call. Have a good day, my friend. Thank you, sir. Take it easy. 617 to 5 for 10. 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 30 going to go to Steve in Boston. Steve to funding the police in Boston. Big City. What do you think? Again. How are you, my friend? I'm doing great, Steve. I'm guessing you're not going T o boy funding the police. No way. No way at all. You know, you know if they do that in Boston, several fiscal years down the road, ma'am Veneno, my former boss would roll over in his grave. The minute you do that the word will go out on the Internet in Chinatown in the theater district will be overwhelmed again with prostitution. Yeah, There was a period came back in the late in the mid seventies and into the horrible It was. Yeah, it was tough on it was horrible. It was. It was Kevin wife. Are the former mayor Kevin Hagen. Wife. Ah, he created that. Ah, and it was Detrimental to high school girls, the young college ladies and all the ways that.

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"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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08:21 min | 2 years ago

"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Let's go back to marry in Braintree. Hey, Mary. Welcome next to the rake Central nights I called a line. What do you think about this whole defund the police movement. I think it's wacky. I immediately thought of three things when I saw it on the news today at noon, the first was what Officer Dan in Florida has said the first night I thought it was. What if You know when the citizens The new traffic citizens goes to the person's driver store and, you know, roll down your window. And what if the person gets a gun and just blows? A person's face off. And then the second thing I thought it was. The citizen doesn't have a computer in their car to run the person's license plate or their driver's license to check to see if the driver has previous warrants. And then will so 1,000,000,000 traffic person. Um, a during sobriety test. Will they be trained and pulling people over and making them walk the line and tilt their head back? And, you know, so I just those who were the three things that popped out and I want to know what you thought about that. Well, I grew that those are all items that you you need a police officer there. But but the the organizations and the people who are pushing for this, they don't care. They just want to find anyway that they can roll back police departments across the country. They don't like police. For some reason, I know that there are some people who have had bad experiences with police. We've seen that there have been bad police officers, But that doesn't mean you attacked the institution. Police officers of police departments have served as well. For many years for decades in this country and to turn around and say, Well, we could follow some sort of European model or something like that, where the police don't have weapons on DH. We use civilians for traffic enforcement. To me, it's total insanity. And it was exactly what I respect I would expect to come out of the Cambridge City Council. Those folks I think we're just They're out of touch with reality, at least at least any reality that I know. But here's what will happen if it if it does if it is adopted in Cambridge or proposed seriously in Cambridge. They are. You'll have it in your community. So you're in Braintree. Hold the line in Braintree. That's all I can say No, and the last thing I want to say is the other police Story. They had all the news was. There were two policemen that pulled a two year old baby girl out of her swimming pool, and she was all purple. And they brought her back to life. How will those stories unfortunately, are underreported. I'm glad it was on at least one of the TV stations today. It sounds to me like you said on the new news. Oh, I think I just think the animosity towards police and it's really been bumped up. I mean, there were there were marches in New York City a couple of years ago where people were shouting, you know? You know, fry him like bacon. You know what? What do we want? Police fry them like bacon. I mean, come on. That's You know, I loved a please. I have a really gonna have a real deep animosity toward authority to its police departments to be, you know, walking down the street in a parade and shouting stuff like that. It's just something I know you have until may really quick. What did your brother say about all this? I can't say it on the radio. Would you ever be allowed to bring him on as a guest one night? Ah, well, ah, it would either go really well really badly, but it would be really good radio, and it would be very educational for us. Well, I think I think it would be we had last hour as I'm sure you heard to pull if you didn't you You want to go to nights that on demand two police officers, Mario Olivera. Of Somerville and Bob DiNapoli of Woburn, both of whom were badly injured, shot shot at close range in the line of duty. Both it cost them their careers they both are was severely impacted Disabled But they have gotten back off the mat. If you didn't listen to the last two hours, those were two American heroes and after 10 this's when you want to go back and tell point with that gets posted tomorrow night sun and demand Okay? Think and I'll tell my brother that he has atleast one night side listener who wants her to be on the radio. He might be so good. They might take my job away. I mean, he's very trust me. He's very glib and somewhat opinionated. Thanks, Mary. Thank you. Could I 617 to 5 40 30 Triple 89 to 1930. Tive is in West Roxbury, Tim What do you think it would stand to fund the police or what? Well, I called a little while ago when I came to gum up the works in your career, people harvest in the garden. So many ways are there in a 1,000,000? I think everybody can. This is the radio. No. Come on, come on. Anyway. He was shot down. And his crime was holding a trump signed. Yeah, I heard that story recorded that he was a ah on African American male who was very prominent in Milwaukee. I obviously I I did not know him. But the reporting said That he was shot and killed literally on a street corner in a drive by shooting. I don't know if they're apprehended Anyone. I don't know what the circumstances were. Good. Again. I'd like to focus back on what we're talking about tonight. And that is the funding. The police actually thinking things getting scary. We're done. Where we go from here. We can start taking ourselves tomorrow. Hold trumps any shot, Okay or other? I got to tell you a little bit off base on me tonight, but I appreciate you call another lesson. Next time you call. Come on. We're on the radio. You've got to know that. Thanks. Appreciate it. Get back to the topic at hand. Pat in Boston. Pat, be funding the police in your community. Good idea. Bad idea. What do you think about this? No, I didn't like that at all. I was in through different situations with the police. I had a bad time for the first time and then 2nd 1 It was the police officer was pinned to the ground with the gun to his head. You don't have a witness that what were the circumstances of that man? Hey. Get the police to the ground and he took his pitbull and threw it in front of me and told the dog that attacked me. And all the police off Get down on the ground, and they couldn't buy it because I was in the line of fire. I couldn't believe that I got the door to stay back. And why would someone Why did someone want? This was not your dog. Someone was using their dog to attack you. He had four pitbulls, and he came out with the four of them. And there were three cop cars scare and they had the wagon. Okay, so you you just happened onto the scene, I guess is what you're telling me. No, I was in the yard next door. Okay, Right. Okay, officer that it was something that had happened to me. In the past. It was those dogs did come for me. Okay, ma'am, Let's get let's focus. Let's focus back on the table is a little unfocused and I want you to focus Should we be following the police meddle in a way? With the police getting the money taken away and not being able to really do anything. They should try to tell the parents all right..

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"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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06:02 min | 2 years ago

"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston's news radio, Thanks last hour to two Heroes to hero police officers who almost lost their lives in the line of duty. Bob DiNapoli of Woburn and Mario Olivera of Somerville. You know, all of our hours are posted a TTE nightside onto me and dot com so Feel free to Ah, Just check it out. Night side on demand. Rob, I assume that we're getting the hours posted again. I know that we had about a week there where There was nobody around a post. But am I correct when I say that? People just don't I'm just double check for me When you get a chance. At some point, you could listen to past shows and then go back, and they're all sort of in reverse order, meaning at the top of the list of the latest shows we've had posted Again with the short staffing that like, I guess most organizations have had that. I just want to make sure I want you to go there anyway. Let me put it like that also would appreciate if you like night side on Facebook. We have a page that I'd love you to, like just W busy night side. With Dan Ray. Now we've talked about, um, two hero police officers and again if you'd like to support that organization, it's a Viper v i p 09 11 dot org's Viper V i p 0911 dot organ That is 80 Ah, five Owen c three charity, which means that would become a A deduction. Charitable deduction for you on your federal tax returns next year, so Ah, a couple of stories that are kind of police. Well, they are police related thiss. What is a little lighter than what we talked about last hours were just to kind of change the mood a little bit. But it just shows you how police they have no idea what they're going to deal with on any given day, so there's a story Um Out of Hopkinton, Massachusetts. When what do you think of when you think of Hopkins and you think about the Boston Marathon and Hey, Hop. Keegan, Hopkinton couple Thie, as reported by the Metro West Daily News were accused of walking their dog naked. No, not their dog. They were walking their dog while they were naked and reportedly fought with police when they were being arrested. The witch will missed wit, Trow, the Metro West Daily News reported. The 32 year old Mario Mariel Kinney, a 30 year old Kevin Pinto were allegedly walking down Hayden Roe Street, which I think is very close. If my memory serves to the start of the marathon. In the nude early Monday morning. With their dog named Lucy. There is no detail that spirit in this story where police responded to the scene around 6 30 in the morning. The sun is up, Okay? It's morning time, folks. We're not not three o'clock in the morning in your yard. Officers found both Kinney and Pinto completely naked. Police told the newspaper. That couple is accused of yelling and swearing and authorities after being questioned. What would you expect when asked whether they were okay and why they were walking in the nude? The couple also said they did not want to answer or spoke in coherently. The news outlet reported the two individuals, police claimed Then ran away from the officers when they were told they were going to be arrested, according to the Daily News was kind of wild, Hopkinton police chief Joseph Bennet told the newspaper. It wasn't the typical day in Hopkinton. That's for sure. They were buck naked. The violent struggle. A violent struggle ensued when authorities caught up with the pair there naked. I assume that It wasn't a long foot chase. Let's put it like that, the Daily News reported. Kimmy and Pinto are accused of striking officers multiple times and one policeman was even taken to a nearby hospital with minor injuries. He has since been released. Be hopping. Khun top couple had been charged or have been charged with indecent exposure, assault and battery on a police officer, disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, according to the newspaper. They were expected to be arraigned in Framingham District Court on Monday. The Daily News reported. No word on the dog Lucy was it Lucy the dog. Yeah. Lucy, the dog. If anyone any look That that that's not a life setting a threatening situation, but You just never know again that is in Hopkinton. Now in Cambridge. The Boston Herald reports this morning and this is the one that I would really like to talk about. Cambridge proposal to use unarmed civilians for traffic cops instead of police is beyond dangerous, Rick So he's the writer proposal in Cambridge to explore shifting Traffic stop duties away from police officers to Unni, unarmed civilians would be beyond dangerous. The president of the Massachusetts major city chiefs of Police Tells the Herald the Cambridge City Council policy order. From two counselors comes amid the national Movement for police reform in and into systemic racism after the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. But any changes to police departments have to be reasonable, said Brian Keys, president of the Massachusetts Major. City chiefs of police. My God, I wouldn't want a family member having the duty of an ARN. Armed civilians. Stopping of cars have keys to Chelsea police Chief. This is beyond dangerous. You just never know what you're going to be met with. We can't put people in unnecessary danger, and that's what this would be. The Cambridge proposed policy, reads quote the city manager. Look into transferring primary traffic.

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08:35 min | 2 years ago

"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Our elected officials like you, Jamie, would you like to identify yourself with a lot of listeners in Gloucester and I would be more than my name. My name's Jamie O'Hara. I'm a city councilor at large and Gloucester have been put in my third term o R six year as a city councilor. Well, excellent lead. We talked before in the past in and you do a great job. But gentlemen, I can't say not for for what you have done. Obviously you given the ultimate sacrifice. As far as Johnny you You haven't obviously you wantto live. What you've gone through is how Helen back On DH. The deal is you have explained that your your life can can end in a moment. And you have shown and explain that tonight and so many people forget that so many people forget What's exactly exactly what we're trying to do Everything to make people understand, Jamie, if you run for higher office, let me know. We need more for elected officials like you. Thank you so much. And you haven't seen and thank you, gentlemen. Thank you. Lucky to have you Yeah, I'll tell you Let's go to Lucille in Rhode Island, Lucille. Welcome your next on night side. Youre on the rink. Central. Nice. I call a line. Go ahead, Lucille. My Rio Maqbool, Lucy, or remember me from Tennison Road. I love you Remember, May now I'm in Rhode Island. I was forced out of the Somerville be a cold day and how I go back and could've pony He treated your rotten You remember me? He's supposed to be. So you used to take it Mother shop, and I know your Aunt Marie and gave it to Toro and your cousin David's a policeman again, which Yeah. Mario, You remember millions till you call me anytime, Okay? That's right. Kanan Road on the right part of the firehouse. I mean, I was forced out. He basically the $1,000,003,000 fortune under more. How do you like that? Theo? Only way I could get a house in if I sleep in a pack 81 years old, Mamma Mia! I'm gonna go weapon in the back like John. I'm over to see him with their beautiful DiNapoli over there. Wait, Go! Thank you. Mother hugging kids for me, Mario. You know we'll do that. Thank you in village paper, phony. Why don't you go right up into the sun? Step eyes, Not my favorite. Eva. Lucy. You'll have a great night, okay? Whoa! You never know who's listening. Mario Dennis's in Brockton like Dennis, Welcome Your next tonight, said. That's a tough, tough call to follow. Dennis Corretta head. It's a very tough called swallow. Cabrio and I want to say, Hold again, and I want to stay home because of Bobby. My name is Dennis did happily retired a doing implant. Glad you're doing well, the both you cash Listen, I just want you to just have a city council on just to call before me when I were a City council what number one priority. His public safety. And de funding. The police department is just not the way to go. You need support of police and fire in every community across this country. I just want to bring that up. Couldn't agree with you more. Did you say that you had been on the job as well? Dennis? I sure did. A TV is in the city. I'm retired. Now look, and I missed it as well. You a police officer as well. No, no, no, Just the city Council. Oh, God. No problem. No. Well, I please. I say thank you for your work on that I wasn't sure if you also if there was another Dean Apple, the DiNapoli, Tina Napoli Napoli on the in the in the on the job. Thank thanks so much, Dennis. Appreciate you call. We got a lot of calls, so I want to get to as many as we possibly can. Let's go next to Ah, Mark in Grafton. Mark, you are on with my guests. Tonight, 22 heroes Mario Olivera and Bob DiNapoli read ahead. Thank you, Dan. I could not agree more so full disclosure. Mark Lady, executive director for the Massachusetts Police Association, Mario thanks again Great today. Listen, Dan. Story that these guys tell is one that makes the hair stand up on my arms after being a cop for 40 years. But here's the travesty and they touched down at earlier. They had to fight to get the disability retirement that they needed to be able to maintain. A reasonable standard of living for their families, and that's a crime. It's certain that, uh, these guys were out there. Filling their duties in their role as guardians of their community. They put their lives on the line and we just can't get that legislation, which is for us in the names of these two guys. Across the line. It's sitting in ways and means Die. There will be back violated again in January. What These guys have to go out and fight. 72% after you've been so gravely wounded. Isn't injustice, no doubt, but I hope that people remember that. I mean, we all got tremendous mark. I just heard in the news cast at 9 30 that they have extended the legislative session, which is a good thing. Maybe The the extent that session will give you more often opportunity, too. To get that piece of legislation passed. And if you want to give me a call of Sami an email nightside. If there's anything that we can do here to rally support for that. Let's do it. You know, let's face it the extension. I know it's been said that it's you know, in the name of Kobe's night thing. And I think it's more the way things are going lately, too. Just be ableto thoroughly cut the legs out from under police officers in the Commonwealth, But yeah, we'll make a positive outlook and I'd be happy to follow through with that. Well, but these guys Look, you really are listening to two heroes and their stories. Stories. You're just hair raising. So let's make sure they can live their lives in comfort at 100%. Nothing for what these two men have given to their communities. Couldn't agree with you more could not be more bark to me. Thank you. Leave. Do me a favor and just leave your Your phone number with, um with my producer Rob Brooks and feel free. He will give you my direct line at the station and give you my direct email. If this legislation I will talk with the the waves, it means chair and I'll and I'll also talk with with the House speaker who was my high school baseball team mate and a good guy. There's no doubt there's no doubt that you will be passed in. On DIT should get through the Senate as well. I would suspect that this would go through the house pretty easily knowing the House Senate in state Senate might be a different story, but we can work on that as well. Okay. Sounds good, Dan. Thank you. Think, Mike, don't hang up. Don't hang up. Robin, give you that information. Well, so his group is entitled. What's the title of his group Bob and Mario? Pipo might get you a group, but his eyes deceive Eiffel as well. You know, the mass. Chief executive director catcher, Okay, Right. Okay, that's wanted to make sure that we identified everybody probably take quick break back with my guests. Bob DiNapoli, Mario Olivera to American Heroes. Police officers who literally Put their lives on the line literally, for all of us talking about the dangers of this job, which I never fully appreciated, and particularly this time, it needs to be fully appreciated. Coming back on night Side 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 30 night side With.

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston's NewsRadio talking with two American heroes, and we were going to get two phone calls right away. But Bob DiNapoli, former Woburn Officer Mario Olivera from a Somerville officer. Both suffered incredible wounds, A TTE the hands of assailants that just shows I think in very personal terms. Um, how dangerous the job is. So let's just get to folks as many as possible. They are involved in an organization which deals with this. This very issue organization called Is pronounced as a VIP. Oh, violently injured police officers. We're going to talk about that a little bit later on, But I'd like to get to callers right away. Gentlemen. If it's okay with Poul, have you Well, said. Good. Here we go. Charlie in is in New Hampshire. Cheryl in thanks so much for calling in your own nighttime there on the rink Central line. Um, first I want to thank both of you officers for your service. And for the the risks that you took, and my Brother is a disabled, retired police officer. I won't go into the details on how he got disabled, but Anyway, It's a very dangerous job. I cannot, for the life of me understand these people who want to defund the police who have no respect for the police. Um, I just wanted to call to say thank you. Thank you very much. Ireland, Ireland. We appreciate it very, very much. I would like to just ask a follow on question because I think Cheryl and makes makes the point that you know her. Her family members in the same situation. How long was each of your recovery's? I'll start with you, Mario in terms.

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06:33 min | 2 years ago

"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So when one split up, he went to the right and the other one look to the left, and I was like, Wow, I'm in trouble site as they were going to the right. He brandished a gun, and that's when I took cover to the reel of the cruiser because I was opening my door to get out and I was stepping out and pulling my gun at the same time is when he vanished a gun. So I took. I took cover in the back of the cruiser. Just get creased. That's all I was trying to go. You know, Then when I created the space, I I realized, you know, this kid with the gun was going to my right and they kicked my left kind of disappeared so I can watch the kid on my right with a gun and I popped out and we both started shooting each other at the same time. And we started shooting been banking there, bang All of a sudden my gun exploded out of my hand. And I was like, what? What Just happened? It was like, just disbelief is I guess what I could tell you if I didn't know what my gun went and looked in the ground. I could see it on the ground, so I went to pick it up. When I went to pick it up. I get shot in the leg and the right leg. So that's when I kind of took cover when I took cover, I luckily I thought, you know, I was lucky to come check my gun with me. So when I kicked my gun and then drove to my left It was back to the driver's side of my police cruiser and I'm sitting here and I'm like, Oh, this is gonna go to try to pick it up and I realized at that point, I couldn't even use my hands because I got shot in the hand and the finger. It's taken the top of my finger off with a round. And I had already been shot twice. And I didn't even know it at this point, because I was just looking for my God. You know what I mean? So crazy Adrenaline rush. Whatever you want to call it, you know, So I'm already been shot three times. You know when my hand went through the arm and one leg So I thought I'd have picked up my gun, My hands too damaged and we're trying to figure out why my hand is damaged. I'm trying to figure out why my you know my my gun's not working and it's broken and I'm just sitting there going. Wow. You know. All of a sudden bang, bang bang. I shot here around and I start to get hit again and hit me in the legs. Because we're we're his position was he could only probably see my legs. I guess so. He started shooting me in the leg, so I got a couple of times in my left leg. And I kind of went down a little closer was trying to pull myself in because I didn't know where the valves coming from. I could just assume they were coming from all the head. So I try to keep my head down. And then all of a sudden I get bang. I got hit real hard in the eye. You like a punch in the not a punch in the face with the back of the head hit me in the left corner of my eye, fracturing. You know all the bone on the side of my head and the bullet splintered into my eye and took my restaurant. And so I'm I'm bleeding pretty bad out of my eye. And I'm kind of like I'm really knocked down. I'm hurt. I can see the blood for DNA. And I'm just like, Wow. What is happening here? And I'm thinking I'm a dead man. You know, I said, this guy's gonna kill me. You know? Well, it's the show that the shooting has stopped, and now it's violence, and I'm kind of like, Where is a you know he's gotta be behind. He's going to take me out. Little did I know I see. You know, Hubcap was the next thing I see And it's my back up, and then they had showed up. So he had him where he was reloading is what was happening. Why it was silent was because he was on the top of my cruiser on the late bar kneeling down, trying to reload the gun to keep shooting me when my when the backup started to arrive. So he decided to jump off the Congo down the street got apprehended down the street and another gunfight with another officer. So I had shot him a couple of times. While we were doing, you know when we are engaged in shooting each other, you know, I had shot him. He had shot me. Um But you know, it's all said and done, you know, he got caught about 100 feet down the street and You know, from the time that I called up and said that I was off That you know if the jewelry store too the time my backup arrives with 14 seconds Unbelievable. You know, was kind of one of those scientists entity of Lost vision in your left eye. Right. So you know, I mean, I know it took me 10 minutes to tell you the story of 14 seconds, You know, let me tell you, it had it needed to be heard with either of these guys. They still in prison. I mean, obviously the guy who shot you that he should be in prison for the rest of his life. But, yeah, you know that. I know, but we're in Massachusetts. Remember so S. So what happened was just a legend Quickly before people involved with two girls and two guys. Okay, girls with OK and I'm the one that got you into muscles because in the jewelry store, you have to get buzzed in. Like an apartment complex. Let's say, and the door's locked 24 7 So once she waved and got them in, the two guys ran in, and she went back down to the getaway car, and they drove away and went down the street. So those two girls they get caught later. Well, All three get caught later. The only one that got caught at the scene was was the shooter because he got shot. Again down the street. After I saw him, he went down and engaged in another police officer who shot him. Four more times, So you know he's not in jail for life is only in jail for 25 years. And you know the truth and sentenced sentencing that they tell you about a lie because he gets to earn a week a month. For good, You know, for being a good guy in jail. You know, the girls are already out. The girl's only did six years. What happened? What happened? The other guy? So the other kids ran. He They all played out, so he'll he got 20 to 25 years and then the other kids, the shooter. He got 25 to 30. So he is. I don't know when he's due out, because who knows what would You know what he's you know already? I mean, he's probably done 10 already. He's probably looking at 55 or six years and he'll be out at the most. Yeah, exactly. You know, I mean, it's pretty sad. You get to two police officers heroes amongst us. You've just listened to Bob DiNapoli from mover and a harrowing story. Mario Olivera from Somerville. The purpose tonight is to make people understand a little more, um, fully the danger of this job. If you'd like to call and ask a question or offer a word of thanks or support or gratitude. 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 30 These are the people who defend us and who protect us and who serve us put their life on the line. As both of these men did everyday they went to work. But each on a particular day. Their life hung in the balance. 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 30 side with Dan Ray Don't BZ, Boston's news radio. WeII made use a insurance for members like.

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08:25 min | 2 years ago

"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm a little surprised that more people didn't want to call in and engage Scott. He's a really great guy. Easy to talk to, and I know that many of you are not fans of the Boston Globe, but you missed an opportunity there, folks. We're going to move on to a very serious subject and one that is also I think very timely. And that is the work of being a police officer. The dangers inherent to this job. We have been talking for the last couple of nights about the controversy done and Hingham. The thin blue line flag? Sure, Elif, you know that, but There are there are police officers who not only die in the line of duty protecting us in serving their communities. Ah, they're also police officers who suffer Terrible injuries just on and sometimes the most routine of calls. We joined tonight by two retired police officers. Bob DiNapoli and Mario Olivera. Gentleman. Welcome to night side, both of you. How are you tonight? Thanks, man. Thanks for inviting us. Yeah, you You both suffered a career ending injuries at the hands of criminals. And what I'd like to do is just briefly touched upon what happened to each of you. And then I'd like you to kind of expand on the circumstances of Of that time. Everything goes bad, very quickly. My understanding is that you wanna shift sometimes at the end of the shift and all of a sudden Your world implodes in Mario Olive Arrows case he had been with the sum of the police department for 17 years. Little over 10 years ago. He's working on some Drug and firearms investigations on DH. He's working conjunction with F officers and He and an FF partner. Special agent Brian Higgins tried to arrest a guy whose name was Matthew Krister. His name is not important. He is dead. Thankfully, when you try to arrest him Detective Oliveira. It all went bad very quickly. Can you explain to us what went down? Certainly So the demand that you just mentioned She was buying firearms in New Hampshire. Obliterating the serial numbers on driving them down to Boston and someone to gang members for a profit. When I brought him into the station, he confessed to his crimes. And and trying to be a good guy. I gave him an opportunity of a lifetime. 21 years old. I didn't want to screw up his life. The effort of life Well, I offered him not a deal. Captain, if you would work with the police and cooperate as an informant. Try to help law enforcement and my team to get into the gangs in Boston to dismantle that, Um, he initially agreed to cooperate. We had a deal to meet the next day the following day to do what we call a reverse operation. Um and ah, he never showed up. Even a gun on his part of the deal. Subsequently I had I am obtained federal arrest wants And a little less cinema. Later. My partner and I Special agent Higgins went to his house. Both under arrest. He came out of the house. Made it to his car. I opened the car dealer. Don't buy a shirt. Give him a man. At gunpoint, Tio I didn't see a gun on him at the time. Um, as we were struggling to try to get him out. He was young. That means at top of the lung to shoot, then shoot me and shoot me F and shoot me if you want a guide like no suicide by police suicide by cop we've heard of that one before. Yeah. And you know, having a being dark and I didn't see a gun. I It is not like any cop could see you Now even you're putting into putting the situation General running Ni No, not sure disguise. I'm not right at that second. One of my sergeants called out my name for whatever reason, and I took my eyes off the car, all the roof of the car and I looked back down. Wallace office flashes shot six times at point blank range. This. This was on November 2nd, 2010 returned to duty. Okay. You suffered some horrific injuries, which You can identify them or not, but that they were horrific injuries. It took you a long time You returned to duty. And as a consequence of that you then suffered a major heart attack and you officially retired in June 2015. And then you suffered a major stroke is that is that the sequence? Is that correct? Yes, that's correct. Okay. Um, And this you had this guy's life in his hands. He's begging to die. And he tried to take your life. Um Okay, let me let me switch to Bob to Napoli and your story. Is this similar Justus? Justus? Horrific. You have You were badly wounded, responding to a robbery at a jewelry store, Um, days, five days before 9 11 Yeah, that would have been if I'm guessing correctly. Thursday night. Yeah. And you were a 17 year veteran at the time. I want you and you just responding to the way you was it close to end a shift or, or was it the middle of a shift? Remember, it was close to that It was actually two hours into starting shit. So, uh, so about 9 a.m. So 9 a.m. in the morning in the morning, Okay? Yeah, not not that pretty soon. You're probably thinking about in a cup of coffee or something. But right. Exactly. That's exactly what I did. And when government cup of coffee than I was Put on a post to Ah, traffic through for a funeral, and that's when I got the call. So you get the call. You respond to the call When you get there. You see two subjects to two guys, young guys, I assume you know how old they were. Yeah, but they're they're circling. This circling what? What are they doing that caused you to assist us to suspect them? What? I got the information as I was getting there. Wass, you know the two males that we're going down the back stairs of this two story strip mall. So as I'm pulling it, I'm like, Wow, I'm right here because I'm getting dispatch thinking, you know, I'm right there. They were already down on the ground and they were standing. Next to a vehicle later to be called a silver Mercedes. It was standing on the other side as I was pulling into the parking lot. And so when I saw them, you know, I called off and I saw that you are going to keep going. Or do you wanna know? Wanted? Yeah, I'll go past the brake a little bit. Well, go right ahead. Okay, so As I was when I called them and I saw them and I was getting out of my police cruiser, Pull my gun and hold them because they fit the description all ahead. That's all I had was, you know a very simple description of two males. So I was gonna get out my gun and I knew back up with coming in which is going to stop him there until I had help, and then they split up. They split up..

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07:52 min | 2 years ago

"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Your backyard. I know at the beach wherever in listening tonight side Thank you very much for coming along and we will stay with you all the way until midnight tonight got some interesting topics and some interesting guests lined up in a moment going to be talking with Boston Globe columnist Ah, extraordinary. Scot Lehigh Going to talk about a great peace he had in the Globe today had to go to make dictionary a couple times this morning. We'll talk about that as well and then We will talk with the two police officers. Somerville Detective Mario Olivera retired. And Woburn Police officer Bob DiNapoli also retired. They have both wounded in the line of duty, and we're going to talk about their experiences and really emphasized to people the danger off that job and what it entails. And then Cambridge has come up with another idea. They want civilian traffic cops. On ly in Cambridge, but we'll get to all of that a little bit later on, Of course, your phone calls along the way, and I am delighted. Welcome back to night side. He's been here before. Boston Locanda Scot Lehigh Scott, How are you tonight? Could couldn't be better. I have sort of grown up in this business in a few years older than Scott. But when he was reporting at the State House, I was also reporting for television. So I think of him, even though he's substantially younger than me as a contemporary, nonetheless, I I hope you may feel the same way. Scott I appreciate that Very nice, UT. It's well. We both had a Pretty pretty good careers. And Scott, as they say, writes a column. Urine is I know it like it's a least twice a week. Probably more, right? Yeah, it's what you're right, basically for Wednesdays and Fridays, But sometimes you know, sometimes extra, like, write editorials to occasionally, Yes. Oh, But essentially a twice a week. So you're one of those guys that makes me pull my hair out in the morning when I read the Globe editorial about whatever. Well, occasionally. I mean, I can't be probably a little bit more. You know, I'm I'm or who occasionally will chastise thee mth, the Massachusetts teachers aside. I mean, maybe a little more of Ah, kind of moderate voice on the board. So I I doubt there's a lot of my stuff that would Make your teeth gnash, but maybe occasionally nothing. Nothing wrong with that. Well, you wrote a very interesting column this morning, which I had, really, I really enjoyed it. And for those who missed the headline, of course, which you did not write, but the phrase was Cherry picked from the column. The Judiciary Committee has a train wreck hearing. It is right that we write our own headlines. So wait select little pictures, sometimes yet another economy effectuated I with thee. I had always aspired. I thought that must be the easiest job in the world of headline writer. If I could just get that gig, I'd be all set well, anyway. You had me reaching for the thought the source a couple of times this morning. Um Gallimore free. Um, I had I hadn't come across that word before. I want you to know. Which I guess really is a bunch of things to a whole other assemblage of him, which is kind of night. Where did you pick that? One of both, If you like. I'll tell you what For a long time when I was younger, I used to read a lot, and I just used to write down all the words and for some reason, because I didn't think I was very well educated. I used to read a lot of Victorian literature. Nice to come across a lot of interesting words in and that I would look them up later and just, you know, have a little list of worst I like and over the years I've just accumulate a lot of a lot of words, that also well, originally, I was using that for liberation on how'd it go off Gallop free and and? Ah, One of my other hand, I don't think that really works with a Gatling gun, But so it got changed a little bit, but it's just something that sort of snap into my head is something that was complete and on a literature phrase and then cod's wallop. Obviously you thought of fish. I thought of fish and well, the world used to be used to be a very, very weak kind of beer. Really, for me and frosti and not not very good. I say as I sit here, drinking an excellent there against 16 ounce beer, But that was that was a type of beer and it became a phrase. I think that Scottish or English, but you see that around now and again. I mean that that that's what the more common term just come to me. Nonsense. Balderdash. Yeah, and and I also attract usage of these words. And those air been a little more common lately. So anyway, let's get to the substance. You. You start off the column by talking about Jerry Nadler, the Democratic chairman of the Judiciary Committee, was involved yesterday in a car wreck. In which delayed the hearing. I guess it was about an hour or so and then you finished up with by saying well in the first paragraph one safely on Capitol Hill. Nadal then presided over train wreck. So it wasn't a particularly good day for the chairman. I watched it. My sympathies were very much with bars. I know your sympathies were with Bill Bar, but I've never seen a here and quite like that in my time of either watching hearings are attending hearings in Washington was Was that exceptional? Asai saw? Have you seen worse? You know, I had never seen a girl like myself either. I thought it was just awful. I mean, on both sides really mean. Sadler started off and he just gave me gave me this is supposed to be oversight and oversight, getting information and making sure things are being done. It just was. It became such on both sides such a blatantly partisan exercise. Nadler started off by, you know, whacking his finger and scolding him and, um, you know, and then I think that export speaking with Steve Cohen, who kind of Indulge, sir. In the next democratic speaker in sort of a conspiracy theory about you. Let Jeffrey Epstein die in the kind of, you know, sort of implicated that if it was, it was a How to put it. It was something that was like a wink and a nod overlook not having security there. Jim Jordan Lee, the ranking Republican on the committee. Came in with just Ah, just a gutter of conspiracy theories, Leo. The reason people don't like bar was this that the other layers of it that he started off with one word spying. Yeah, And then he did like it seemed to be like a 10 minute video that that's obviously just to advance. I think campaign narrative and it really was and then I mean, whatever you think of Bill bar, you ask him a question. You've got to let him have 10 or 15 seconds to answer the question. You can't just say yes or no, I reserve my time I take but it was It was just a story exercise. I thought all all the way around up on both sides and on the way just just to back you up on that a little bit robbed. If you could. We're going to go toe. Aah! Cut one. This is a montage of the Democrats berating bar. Robbie could just play cut one. Shame on you, Mr Barr. Can I just say shame on you? You have consistently Undermined democracy, undermined the Constitution and undermined the health safety and well being of the American people. When you all came here and brought your top staff, he brought no black people. That, sir, is systematic racism. Your failed to respect the role of peaceful protest in this country is a disgrace. It's un American. Mr. Barr Idea, know? So let me just tell you I'm starting to lose my temper Federal time and I control it introduced a Tres.

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02:52 min | 3 years ago

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"Americans federal judge Alison Burroughs says while Harvard's admissions process is not perfect it does pass constitutional muster support on Beacon Hill for bills to improve benefits for the state's public safety officers and police firing corrections former Somerville detective Mario Olivera testifying he nearly died in twenty ten after being shot multiple times on the job he said he went back to work I eight months later to pay the bills only to have a heart attack one bill would increase compensation from seventy two percent to one hundred percent of regular pay October is breast cancer awareness month and here in Massachusetts a number of local police departments are participating in the pink patch project WBZ's are Coen explains you may see members of your local police department wearing a pink version of their department patch of this month they're part of a nationwide effort to bring awareness to breast cancer about three hundred ninety departments around the country are participating in the project including Cambridge police Cambridge officer Bob Reardon has a personal reason for participating my mother is a breast cancer survivor this is for me not only to support her but all those like her that unfortunate been afflicted by this terrible disease and to a small part to hopefully support them about any police and public safety agencies in Massachusetts are participating in the project and members of the public can buy the vibrant pink patches check with your local police proceeds will go to the cops for kids program are going WBZ boss. Stine's news radio a protester shot by a police officer in Hong Kong is arrested and charged with assault the eighteen year old student took a bullet to the chest after confronting the officer during violent pro democracy demonstrations yesterday he remains in stable but critical condition at a hospital the city's police commissioner defending the officer calling his actions reasonable the student is the first known victim of police gunfire since demonstrations began in June in Great Britain there are set to unveil the new and improved final brexit deal offered to the European Union A. B. C.'s Tom rivers is following at all with the clock ticking down toward an exit deadline of the end of the month we now entered the real deal or No deal Frankie's James cleverly the chair Britain's ruling Conservative Party this is the moment of truth this is the time this is the point at which the E. you need to recognize that if there is any movement that they can make if there is any concessions they couldn't put in place this is the time to do it right minister Boris Johnson says you'll walk away from the talks if the E. U. refuses to engage with this plan Tom rivers ABC news learned what happens when you increase the amount of vegetarian options on a menu a university of Cambridge study found the doubling the number of vegetarian options on university.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mario olivera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Federal judge Alison Burroughs says while Harvard's admissions process is not perfect it does pass constitutional muster frustration in South Boston where residents are dealing with addicts hi housing prices and a lack of resources WBZ's Karen regal reports tell it's nearly lives in South Boston he came on Friday to discover homeless encampments and the private alley behind his home the process to get trespassers off his property he says what's frustrating I met this homeless person you know they they seem like they're generally just on their last little luck here but you can't live by my house it's a fire hazard there is no wasted and needles and all the kinds of things that go with that I'm at home now as well to the mayor's office which says people should call three one one when this happens and in most cases it will respond in clean up even on private property in South Boston Karen regal WBZ Boston sneeze right. support on Beacon Hill for bills to improve benefits for the state's public safety officers and police fire and corrections former Somerville detective Mario Olivera testified he nearly died in twenty ten after being shot multiple times on the job he went back to work eight months later to pay the bills only to have a heart attack Woburn officer Robert to Napoli told of being shot at a jewelry store heist he lost the tip of a finger is blind in one eye and has difficulty walking one bill would increase compensation from seventy two percent to one hundred percent of regular pay for injured officers across the pond they are set to unveil the new and improved final brexit deal offered to the European Union ABC's Tom rivers has more with the clock ticking down toward an exit deadline at.

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