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Fresh "Metropolitan Police" from Issues

Issues

01:26 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh "Metropolitan Police" from Issues

"Major cities elsewhere braced for possible violence on Inauguration Day, I'd say half of the city is completely on lockdown and with authorized troop levels of up to 25,000 and most of Washington's Metropolitan Police Department. That's another 4000 give or take all available. All for duty. By the time the inaugural event takes place. It's not just the nation's capital state capitals across America from east to West with security levels increased. Fox is Kevin Corke. The Bidens German shepherd will be the first adopted pooch to call the White House home. Today. He and the Delaware Humane Society are in the inaugural spotlight. Now that associations holding what they're calling the world's largest virtual party for dogs later today. It's called the indulge aeration. The shelter says it's also a fundraiser to help more animals like Major Fox is Jill NATO. America is listening to Fox News. This is Wichita number one talk 98 7 and 13 30 K and S s From Ohio to Louisiana, North Dakota to Virginia. This is American Radio Journal on this edition. What will the political future of the Republican Party look like? After the end of the Trump presidency? The Hill columnist Keith Naughton is here to discuss Going forward. Conservatives need to determine what elements of the Trump presidency should be kept and.

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Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on securing Biden’s inauguration

C-SPAN Programming

03:03 min | 3 d ago

Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on securing Biden’s inauguration

"And here in our nation's capital, there is a new ring of security and its historic, led by the U. S Secret Service. The National Guard police from the region and intelligence officials setting up checkpoints and barriers across the city, especially here on Capitol Hill and around the White House, D C. Police chief Robert Conte and the mayor of Washington, D. C. Muriel Bowser. Outlining what the city will look like for the next week. How many National gardens Guardsmen will officially be in the area? We're just getting ah, Couple of conflicting reports, and I'll throw this out there to Mayor Bowser. Recent report showed that you were just the target of an attack on January 6 that just came out today. Based on some court court records one. Do you have any plans to beef up the security around for yourself and two? Can you just comment on the fact that there has been a threat against you? When asked the chief to comment, or she's responsible for my security. Absolutely thank you. For all the questions the first one respect to the to the National Guard. Those numbers the final numbers because this has been designated as a national special security event. The final numbers will be provided from the United States. Secret Service. Thank you can expect to see somewhere upwards beyond 20,000 members of the National Guard that will Be here in the footprint of the District of Columbia response to the mayor's security. Obviously, the Metropolitan Police Department personally were responsible for that. But we do not discuss the specifics of the Bears a of her security detail. Thank you. Okay, Michael may about in addition to which you've already proposed in terms of planning for the inauguration. There's also been some other pretty extreme measures that have been floated. Governor Hogan alluded to stop Being metro service and a broader DC lockdown. We've also heard about restrictions on hotels and even stopping and tax services. Are there any updates on these measures or anything else you're considering Michael. Thank you for that question, and I we should ask D C residents to expect some impacts to transportation. That includes Metro that, in addition to the roadway closures or perimeters that have been set up in D C theme service may recommend some other changes to transportation network system, including roads around the city. And when those things have been determined, we will let you know. That is not Tuz the overuse word that is not unprecedented in the planning for the first Obama inauguration, for example, there were while the I would say that the are law enforcement was responding to a couple of things. In that case, as you

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Fresh "Metropolitan Police" from Wash FM Programming

Wash FM Programming

00:30 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh "Metropolitan Police" from Wash FM Programming

"Families have focused on remaining safe or staying at home and wear a mask Those people behind the highway. Our drive like bats out of hell, literally and figuratively. Let me say one more thing to The other thing we noticed, too, is a depending on the jurisdiction. They tremendous drop. In the number of people pull over by the place. Why would that be The case, Barney. Matt. Be fewer of them out there, too. Yeah, For example, During the summer, A lot of police were involved and All hands on deck protocols because of the social protests are urban protest. That's true, Yeah. And you know you have a The inauguration having up and there's all hands on deck. So all the police departments in the Washington metro area would be involved in security protocols. So those people who drive like bats out of hell, They know that they're going to go out and drink and they're gonna keep on driving record slips. Progressively the other thing. And even when police officers were not involved And all hands on deck. Go to college because of security reasons or protest raisins. Think about this. In Maryland in the District of Columbia. And in Virginia, you are required adventure. I'm in public to wear masks step into a store or a grocery store pharmacy. Restaurant, you're required to wear masks. I guess So. What is the one place where people are not required to wear man? Uh, where In your car. Oh, yeah. Yeah, that's right. Okay, So if you are a police officer And you pull somebody over for a minor traffic infraction. You have to weigh the risk. This boat that was not wearing a mask is not required to wear man. If I pull him over, though, I'm wearing a mask. He's not wearing one. Can I be impacted? Right? So You have your Traffic stops. Yeah, going on. And we're seeing on highways that unless neighbors or driver's calling a particular problem Many drivers. Now they're fewer police officers doing patrols. And if you are risky driver's an open invitation drive like a Oh, yeah, But here's the other thing That really is strange. We're seeing a staggering increase in the number of people who were killed in traffic crashes during a pandemic or not wearing their seatbelts. So here here here, the high risk activities were saying, but all these deaths that are occurring Not all of this, but there's certain tax of deaths that are occurring that are preventable. Such as Feeding and we see an increase in the number of speeding tickets. You will see an increase in the number of people driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs or open. Your shoes are opioids, or we're seeing an increase in number of people involved in crashes were distracted when they were driving. But the thing that is the rub is the number of people for not wearing a seat belt. Well, we have just a couple of minutes to go and we wrap up with, um, any significant things going on with the legislative sessions in the Maryland, Virginia or D. C. Yes, Couple things in Virginia on Tim County is going to ask for permission. The state legislator to be able to install speed cameras. And Oregon. And what's curious about that is at the same time. They're hoping to do that. They also want to lower the speed limit. Now that sounds like the makings of a speech trap to make. Yeah, but Virginia just this last year. Was in a drawer sixes. Have now the wherewithal or the Legislative ability to impose Put speak cameras and school's out as you have in the state of Maryland, but what they want to do is be able guards and does You also do it on neighborhood streets and highways. They're always too but I'm always suspicious Bernie when they link Putting and speed cameras. We're reducing the speed limit at the same time. It sounds like you're creating a speech after me. In Montgomery County, a piece of legislation is coming up in the General Assembly will be Where the Montgomery County delegations pushing for the Miami County Council are also pushing for Transferring the automated traffic enforcement program, but the Montgomery County Police Department to the Montgomery County Department of Transportation out of the provides an ambitious zero. Now that's a little strange to you. It happened. Late 2019 in the District of Columbia, where the automated traffic enforcement program was transferred from Metropolitan Police Department over to the District upon the transportation. Be that We oppose that we want to oppose is transforming my gunnery county. Let me just say this. My Governor County and you, You hear me? Wax? Or separately about the promise of automated enforcement programs across a craft especially disrupt copy. But Montgomery County has to find this. By the way that Traffic enforcement program in the country. Why would you put it in the biggest hands and mess about? Yeah. Why would you destroy The best foreign program in the nation. There's a gold standard nationwide and the national model. I'm gonna go standard across the state. I just don't understand it. Uh, the foolishness of the council is talking about the lawmakers in the county of talking about witches will make the program or you fact I know you want you're going to undermine the program. You gonna subject the program to Maura mouth reasons and not more mountain. This is what the mouthpiece is that a possibility civilians being bribed back overly eager vendors who replaced Me. Cameras in locations will have traffic.

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Police chief resigns over Capitol, Washington DC, assault

Business Rockstars

01:19 min | Last week

Police chief resigns over Capitol, Washington DC, assault

"Head of the Capitol Hill police is resigning. He earlier put out a statement. I'm quoting it. The U. S. Capitol. Police officers in our law enforcement partners responded valiantly when faced with thousands of individuals involved in violent, riotous actions as a storm, the U. S Capitol building. These individuals actively attack U. S. Capitol police officers and other uniformed law enforcement officers with metal pipes, discharge chemical irritants and took up other weapons against our officers. They were determined to enter into the Capitol building by causing great damage as protesters were forcing their way toward the House chamber where members of Congress were sheltering in place. A sworn U. S. C. P employee discharge their service weapon. Striking an adult female. Employee discharge there. So you don't know whether male or female medical assistance was resent with rendered immediately and the female was transported to the hospital, where she later succumbed to her injuries. She's been identified as Ashley Babbitt. As per US CPS policy, the U. S. C P employee has been placed on administrative leave and their police powers have been suspended pending the outcome of a joint metropolitan police. And U. S. C. P investigation.

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Fresh update on "metropolitan police" discussed on Chris Plante

Chris Plante

01:01 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "metropolitan police" discussed on Chris Plante

"This was mostly a protest. It is not. It is not general. Speaking unruly, but flyers have been started The building the city block behind. It was night time it was up in flames. We haven't seen scenes like that since the watts riots of and 19 sixties, and there were assuring us that it was mostly peaceful and there don lemon defending and protecting the violent mobs that sect city after city billions of damaged thousands injured. Dozens killed, dozens killed. That's true. Not that anybody kept a running tally because you know it was righteous. It was good. It was the left. And then there was the White House under siege for days, and you remember the president? Talking about taking out the National Guard. We're gonna have 20,000 National Guard in Washington, D C next week for the inauguration. It'll be really the bulk of the crowd, and then Biden will say had the biggest crowd in history. And the media will agree with him. I'll say it was and on the White House was under siege for days. The president talked about calling out the National Guard and the media called him a fascist and authoritarian. It was the militarization of the United States of America. Now they were the ones attacking the White House laying siege like that, you know they were building giant rabbits with catapults. To attack the White House. And you remember that the Secret Service ordered that the fence line be pushed back first from the sidewalk in front of the White House to across Pennsylvania Avenue, And then the violence continued. There were scores and scores of US Park place injured. U S Secret Service. Uniformed division injured Washington DC Metropolitan Police Department injured scores Literally injured in these violent attacks that went on for days. ST. John's historic church was set on fire. The president of states for the first time in U. S history was evacuated from the White House and well taken into the underground bunker, which was built for nuclear attack by the Soviet Union. For the first time in history. President did states and the media laughed at that. They thought it was great. But when Senator Rand Paul was violently attacked by his next door neighbor, six ribs broken the punctured lung surgery had to remove a piece of his lung is a medical doctor. Senator Paul They don't call him Dr Paul, though, do they, Dr Jill Button? And and, well, you know, MSNBC. So this is my favorite story is my favorite story. They love this stuff. This has been going on for months and months and months, and I've got to say honestly and truthfully, if the news media had treated the riots honestly and reported the on the riots truthfully, we probably wouldn't be in the place that we're in now. But you guys said it was all righteous. And you know, it was good. And and all cops are bastards and ftp f the police and and you know your bottles of urine being hurled at the police and bags with your own bodily waste being held at the place which CNN never reports, of course, but it's out there and then Andy no reports on it because he actually attends these riots. And the New York Times once Andy no band That's right. A New York Times reporter did the story yesterday calling for for Twitter and Facebook to Ban Andy No, a gay Asian son of immigrants who's telling the truth. And the New York Times once his voice stifle these air, the problems that a lot of people have with what's going on in.

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Washington DC, Capitol police confirms death of officer from injuries

Rush Limbaugh

00:41 sec | Last week

Washington DC, Capitol police confirms death of officer from injuries

"The U. S capitol police officer has done after sustaining injuries at the pro Trump right in Washington on Wednesday. Congressional correspondent Bernie Bennett with that story, United States Capitol Police Officer Brian Sit. Nick was responding to the riots on Wednesday at the U. S Capitol and was injured while physically engaged with protesters. Capitol police said in a statement. They continue that he returned to his division office and collapsed. Police said sick. Nick was hospitalized and died at approximately 9:30 P.m. on Thursday night. His death will be investigated by the Metropolitan Police Department's homicide branch, Capitol police and federal partners. At least four civilians died Wednesday, including three people who police said suffered medical emergencies and one woman who was fatally shot by police. Bernie Bennett in Washington.

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Federal murder investigation to be opened in Capitol, Washington DC, Police officer's death

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | Last week

Federal murder investigation to be opened in Capitol, Washington DC, Police officer's death

"At least five people died in the Capitol rampage, including a Capitol police officer who was on duty when the riots occurred. Officer Brian Sick Nick passed away Thursday night, Capitol police say, died of injuries he sustained while engaging with supporters of President Trump, who stormed the capital is Congress was tallying the electoral college votes to confirm that Joe Biden won the November election. After he was injured, Sick, Nick returned to his division office and collapsed. He was taken to a local hospital, where he later died. His death is being investigated by metropolitan police, Capitol police and federal investigators like hemp in Washington. Report saying officers technique as New Jersey roots The 42 year old grew up in South River graduated from Middlesex County's vote Take high school in East Brunswick.

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Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick Dies from Injuries in Pro-Trump Riot

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | Last week

Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick Dies from Injuries in Pro-Trump Riot

"The last night due to injuries that were sustained while he was on duty. The statement says that sick, Nick physically engaged with protesters at the Capitol and then later collapsed after returning to his office. The death is being investigated by the Metropolitan Police Department's homicide branch. Sickening joined the Capitol police in 2008 the consequences for those who are in charge of security. They head of the U. S. Capitol Police force is stepping down. Calls for chief

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Capitol Police says officer dies after riots

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Capitol Police says officer dies after riots

"A capitol police officer who was on duty Wednesday when the riots occurred at the capitol has died officer Brian sick Nick passed away Thursday night capitol police say he died of injuries he sustained while engaging with supporters of president trump who stormed the capitol as Congress was tallying the electoral college votes to confirm the Joe Biden won the November election after he was injured sick Nick returned to his division office and collapsed he was taken to a local hospital where he later died his death is being investigated by the Metropolitan Police capitol police and federal investigators my camp in Washington

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 4 died as Trump supporters stormed Capitol

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

4 died as Trump supporters stormed Capitol

"Police say four people died in the violent attack on the U. S. capitol by supporters of president trump according to the chief of the Metropolitan Police department in Washington DC one woman was shocked as a mob tried to break through a barricaded door at the capitol where police were armed on the other side the woman died at the hospital the three other deaths are classified as a medical emergencies police say both law enforcement and the rioters fired off chemical irritants like pepper spray during the hours long occupation of the capitol building officials also say two pipe bombs were recovered what outside the Democratic National Committee headquarters the other outside the Republican office and some additional weapons were found on the capitol grounds Jackie Quinn Washington

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DC Protests: Pro-Trump Protesters Gather Amid Warnings of Violence

Pacifica Evening News

01:03 min | Last week

DC Protests: Pro-Trump Protesters Gather Amid Warnings of Violence

"Pro Trump supporters already gathered in Washington today they stood shoulder to shoulder, many with no mask as they chanted. Magas got your back. Washington D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has requested a limited National guard deployment to help bolster the Metropolitan Police Department. She asked local area residents to stay away from downtown D C and avoid confrontation with anyone looking for a fight. She also warned. We will not allow people to incite violence, intimidate our residents or cause destruction in our city. Ah, Pentagon officials said 340 D C. National Guard members will be activated with about 115 on duty in the streets. At any given time, D C. Police have posted signs throughout downtown warning that caring anything Sort of firearm is illegal, the Pentagon officials said. There'll be no active duty military troops in the streets and the U. S military will not provide any aircraft or intelligence

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Proud Boys leader arrested in Washington, D.C.

KYW 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | Last week

Proud Boys leader arrested in Washington, D.C.

"In Washington, D C. Have arrested the leader of the proud boys for burning a black lives matter sign that was torn down from a historic black church in downtown Washington last month. The Metropolitan Police Department, says Henry and Wreak Cario was arrested today after he arrived in the nation's capital ahead of protests planned by supporters of President Trump. Coincide with the congressional vote expected Wednesday to affirm Joe Biden's election victory.

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Washington DC prepares for Pro-Trump rallies, MPD places new signs reminding people no guns allowed at protests

Chris Plante

00:51 sec | Last week

Washington DC prepares for Pro-Trump rallies, MPD places new signs reminding people no guns allowed at protests

"It's going to be an eventful week in Washington with tens of thousands of peaceful trump supporters and an untold number of potentially violent rabble rouser is expected in town. As Congress meets to count the electoral College vote on Wednesday. We are preparing an emergency operations center that will help Metropolitan police coordinating with the U. S. Capitol police the Secret Service to ensure that we have peaceful demonstrations in our city, D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, telling MSNBC. She wants people in the region to stay home or a least away from downtown areas. And let the rallies and protests run their course. Police supposed to signs at all rally points, reminding participants it's illegal to carry firearms near any First Amendment activity in DC violence did break out at the end of pro Trump rallies in the city in both November and

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Myles Cosgrove, who FBI says shot Breonna Taylor, expected to be fired

MSNBC Morning Joe

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Myles Cosgrove, who FBI says shot Breonna Taylor, expected to be fired

"To louisville where two police officers chide to the deadly raid. That killed brianna. Taylor both received notice that the police department intends to fire them both. Detective myles cosgrove. Who was one of the officers. Who shot taylor and detective joshua. Jane's who prepared the search warrant for the raid were notified if their departments intentions yesterday. A lawyer for cost growth confirmed. He received a letter of termination to nbc news but he did not comment any further. The officers still have the right to a pre termination hearing before. They're officially fired. According to the louisville metropolitan police

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Washington DC police detective killed in Charles County domestic shooting

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | Last month

Washington DC police detective killed in Charles County domestic shooting

"A D C police detective has been killed at his home in Waldorf in a domestic shooting. The Charles County Sheriff's Office says 50 year old Timothy Francis was killed by his wife, 41 year old Christina Lind, Francis. Who then took her own life at their home on the 3300 block of Merrily court, the Metropolitan Police Department says Detective Francis served the department for 20 years, Police chief Peter Newsom says it's heartbreaking. Ah, man who spent two decades protecting the community from violence was a victim of homicide. D C. Police union says Francis was one of the best detectives in the criminal investigations division,

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Newsham leaving Washington, DC to head Prince William County Police

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | Last month

Newsham leaving Washington, DC to head Prince William County Police

"To local law Enforcement, D. C is looking for a new police chief. The current one Peter Newsom is becoming the next chief of of the the Prince Prince William William County County Police Police departments. departments. The The county county issued issued a a statement statement tonight tonight confirming confirming the the hiring, hiring, saying saying Newsome's Newsome's expected expected start start date date is is the the beginning beginning of of February February wt. wt. Opie's Opie's reached reached out out to the mayor's office for comment, as well as Metropolitan Police Department, which says it's preparing a statement, The D C police union chairman just issued a statement saying, in part, the D C. Police Union wishes chief News from the best in his new role achieve. Newsom has led a story and decorated career serving the District of Columbia and its residents for over 30 years. His contributions to the MPD will not soon be forgotten. The union now looks forward to riding some input on Mayor Bowser selection for the next permanent chief of police. Name

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Bloody Sunday in London

This Day in History Class

04:21 min | 2 months ago

Bloody Sunday in London

"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy be wilson an it's november thirteenth. One of history's very many bloody sunday's took place on this day. In eighteen eighty seven. There are a lot of events that have been named bloody sunday and this one place in trafalgar square in london in the late nineteenth century trafalgar square had become a common gathering place for protesters in london in particular. The working poor were protesting against exploitation and financial hardship. These protesters were often supported by middle-class socialists. And then over the summer of eighteen eighty seven the square had also become home to a large number of unemployed people. Many of them with nowhere else to go some slept in the square and wash themselves in. Its fountains and newspapers drawing a lot of attention to the situation. Authorities regarded this sort of encampment in the square as an embarrassment and starting on october seventeenth of that year. Police regularly tried to clear all the people out but little was done to address the circumstances that had led to these people being there in the first place so many of these evictions from the square became violence. The people having nowhere else to go and it having become such a focal point for protests people would gather there again as attention grew to the cycle. The protest grew also and a lot was going on in these protests and demonstrations. There were a lot of different people involved. You had their own goals and objectives. There were socialists and anarchists trade unionists and some of the more specific political ideas that were brought up in these demonstrations included irish rule in england's treatment of ireland in addition to all the other things we've already been talking about so november eighth of eighteen eighty seven. A notice was posted to ban meetings in trafalgar square. It was issued by charles warren. He was the metropolitan police. Commissioner it said in part until further information no public meetings will be allowed to assemble in trafalgar square nor will speeches be allowed to be delivered therein and well disposed persons are hereby cautioned and requested to abstain from joining or attending any meeting or assemblage. This notification also made it clear that precautions we're going to be taken to prevent such assemblies and that disturbances would be suppressed. That was the actual word that was used suppressed so now in addition to the poor people and the socialists and the trade unionist and all of these other people there were now also radicals who thought the key issue at play. Here was the freedom of speech in defiance of this ban. A plan was formed to march on trafalgar square in protest and the plant also included speeches and a demonstration that was planned once they arrived. That was to happen on november thirteenth of eighteen eighty seven. But what happened said was that the police charged the protesters. They were fifteen hundred police including mounted officers and there were hundreds of volunteers there as special constables. The military was there too including infantry and cavalry and most of these people were armed with police truncheons although the military units also had things like bayonets. A few protesters were killed in this most sources. Say either two or three and at least two hundred were injured in violence that went on all day. There were also many arrests of the leaders of the demonstrations. Some of the police in the military were injured as well but there were far. Far more injuries among the protesters. A big part of the response to this event was outrage against police brutality. That had happened. And the people who were killed reviewed as martyrs the authorities though felt that the use of force had been appropriate and some more conservative papers framed. This as a much-needed cleanup of lawless agitators. A week later on november twentieth at a subsequent protest a man named alfred linnell fell and was trampled by a horse and killed. His death was similarly condemned and the same way that the police brutality had been idea. Was that an exploitive and inhumane system had caused the innocent man's death

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‘Major Incident’ Declared as Car Driven Into London Police Station

KYW 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

‘Major Incident’ Declared as Car Driven Into London Police Station

"Police say a man was arrested after a car crashed into a police station in north London. No injuries reported unclear how the crash happened. According to Metropolitan Police, Edmond and police station was evacuated after the vehicle struck the building. London Ambulance Service Farber Grade's sent to the scene the vehicle examined by specialist officers.

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No charges against Indianapolis officer in fatal shooting

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

No charges against Indianapolis officer in fatal shooting

"A grand juries decided not to indict in Indianapolis police officer who fatally shot a black man during a foot chase this past spring the fatal shooting of trade John reed took place in may touching off protests in the community the twenty one year old black man was shot by a black officer after a car chase that turned into a foot chase the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police department says read exchanged gunfire with officer DeJoria Mercer and says that a gun was found at the scene although the family does not believe that read the fired a weapon read live stream the car chase on Facebook but body cams were not in use when the deadly shooting occurred another officer was disciplined for comment after the shooting in which he joked there would need to be a closed casket for Reid's funeral the families filed a federal lawsuit hi Jackie Quinn

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3 Stabbed In Washington, DC After Election Night

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

3 Stabbed In Washington, DC After Election Night

"We're learning more about an early morning stabbing on D C. Street that initially was reported that the victims were proud boys. The suspects members of black lives matter. We don't know the affiliations of the suspects or the victims in this case, D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom, explaining the earlier reports. The guy will say about that, you know, 2 30 in the morning when our officers were trying to gather information on the scene that information is preliminary in nature, adding, If you assault someone because of their political affiliation, that would be a hate crime. Chief, Newsom says. For now it's all hands on deck for all metropolitan police officers in anticipation of any election unrest.

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Washington DC Council Members Push Back Against Mayor's Request To Redirect $43 Million To Police

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Washington DC Council Members Push Back Against Mayor's Request To Redirect $43 Million To Police

"Mayor Muriel Bowser's request to redirect $43 million in city funds to the Metropolitan Police Department. The money would be used to cover the costs of police overtime expenses. During the wave of racial justice protests that started in the spring, Nine council members wrote a letter asking with questions about how the redirection of funds could affect other city services. They also expressed concern over shift Such a substantial amount of money to MPD while the department is under scrutiny for its policing tactics during those protests. Two popular Delaware beaches.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on AP News

"Metropolitan Police service says it'll start using it's an operational deployments London police say facial recognition cameras will be used as people passed through small targeted areas where intelligence suggests serious offenders will be found the facial recognition system which runs on technology from Japan's NEC looks for faces in crowds to see if they match any on watch lists of people wanted for serious and violent offenses including gun a knife crimes in child sexual exploitation real time ground surveillance by police in the British capitalism among the more aggressive uses of facial recognition in modern democracies and raises questions about how the technology will into people's daily lives rights groups say it threatens civil liberties such as the right to privacy and represents an expansion of surveillance the world's worst cat is available for adoption just ask the Mitchell county animal rescue organization in North Carolina the shelter about fifty five miles northeast of Asheville is waving adoption fees in the hope that someone will take the cat named her data off their hands the group says on its Facebook page we thought she was sick turns out she was just a jerk a tongue in cheek profile of the file tempered feline says her dislikes include dogs children the Dixie chicks Disney movies Christmas and last but not least hugs is that she likes working pretending to be sick and staring into your soul into you feel as if you may never be careful again yeah that she's single and ready to be socially awkward with us socially awkward human who understands personal space shelter director amber Lowry says four year old per data came to the facility on Christmas Eve since then the shelters had to warn visitors that produces attempt to drop passers by do R. K. H. are actually a ruse that will not end well her Facebook post is drawn thousands of like stand up follow up post does more than fifty applications to a doctor of been submitted January twenty fourth I'm Tim acquire in his closing statement wrapping up the house managers presentation before the Senate house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff says president trump's declaration there was no quid pro quo with Ukraine has been heard time and time again this is a well known principle of criminal law that if the defendant says he didn't do it he couldn't have done it ship another Democrats are demanding that the Senate agreed to add witnesses including former national security adviser John Bolton and support it subpoenaed documents from the trump administration Oklahoma Republican James Lankford says he and his fellow Republican senators want to hear the president's defense for we're gonna try to do is listen the next three days then to the White House arguments and then we'll make decisions there we've got to sixteen hours of questions at the end of that translators are to begin their case tomorrow morning more than forty people are dead close the thirteen hundred others second in a corona for a virus outbreak in China the government is locked down more than thirty million people as a way to prevent further spread to people being treated for the disease in the US Dr Anthony Fauci with the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says the outbreak is not something the public should be frightened about got to be careful because it just tastes the tests that are being done I don't think we should jump ahead and project what's going to happen we just got to take it one step at a time France is reportedly suitcases Australia says it's has its first case of the virus South Korea Japan and Singapore adding to the cases in their tallies late night early morning fire destroyed tens of thousands of historic artifacts in a storage building used by the museum of Chinese in America in New York City museums president says some eighty five thousand artifacts that told the story of the Chinese migration to the U. S. may have been lost in the fire in the heart of Manhattan's Chinatown this is a P. news eastern Turkey has been hit by a magnitude six point eight earthquake at least eighteen people are dead five an fifty other search some thirty trapped in the rubble of homes and buildings government is taking steps to stop counterfeit items which are being sold online AP Jackie Quinn as more homeland security officials consider counterfeiting to be both an economic threat to the country and a potential health issue because of online sales of fake pharmaceuticals and cosmetics with tainted ingredients customs and border patrol will devote increased scrutiny to online retailers third party vendors.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on AP News

"Recognition technology London's Metropolitan Police service says it'll start using it's an operational deployments London police say facial recognition cameras will be used as people passed through small targeted areas where intelligence suggests serious offenders will be found the facial recognition system which runs on technology from Japan's NEC looks for faces in crowds to see if they match any on watch lists of people wanted for serious and violent offenses including gun a knife crimes in child sexual exploitation real time ground surveillance by police in the British capitalism among the more aggressive uses of facial recognition January twenty fourth I'm Tim acquire in his closing statement wrapping up the house managers presentation before the Senate house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff says president trump's declaration there was no quid pro quo with Ukraine has been heard time and time again this is a well known principle of criminal law that if the defendant says he didn't do it he couldn't have done it ship another Democrats are demanding that the Senate agreed to add witnesses including former national security adviser John Bolton and support it subpoenaed documents from the trump administration Oklahoma Republican James Lankford says he and his fellow Republican senators want to hear the president's defense for we're gonna try to do is listen the next three days then to the White House arguments and then we'll make decisions there we've got to sixteen hours of questions at the end of that translators are to begin their case tomorrow morning more than forty people are dead close the thirteen hundred others second in a corona bore a virus outbreak in China the government is locked down more than thirty million people as a way to prevent further spread to people being treated for the disease in the US Dr Anthony Fauci with the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says the outbreak is not something the public should be frightened about got to be careful because it just tastes the tests that are being done I don't think we should jump ahead and project what's going to happen we just got to take it one step at a time France is reportedly suitcases Australia says it's has its first case of the virus South Korea Japan and Singapore adding to the cases in their tallies late night early morning fire destroyed tens of thousands of historic artifacts in a storage building used by the museum of Chinese in America in New York City the museum's president says some eighty five thousand artifacts that told the story of the Chinese migration to the U. S. may have been lost in the fire in the heart of Manhattan's Chinatown this is a P. news eastern Turkey has been hit by a magnitude six point eight earthquake at least eighteen people are dead five and fifty other search some thirty trapped in the rubble of homes and buildings government is taking steps to stop counterfeit items which are being sold online AP Jackie Quinn as more homeland security officials consider counterfeiting to be both an economic threat to the country and a potential health issue because of online sales of fake pharmaceuticals and cosmetics with tainted ingredients customs and border patrol will devote increased scrutiny to online retailers third party vendors and warehouse operators the department says it will slap fines and penalties on those who engage in fraudulent commerce including medicine and other items among the sites being monitored Amazon eBay and Chinese retailer Ali Baba Jackie Quinn Washington I'm Tim acquire.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The cloudy and the scotland we'll have some time rambeau possibly some of the best of the sunshine here today those fog through the central lowlands to watch out for for the commute we'll have breaks in the cloud persisting though east of the grampian so twelve a high here with some sunshine garage lee will cloud over from the west more drizzly rain coming in later more lightly eight or ten in the strong wind will be picking up towards t time as well excellent some minutes 6th lots of our first look at the papers and the front pages quite a few of them still have the ramifications of damien green and his sacking police had green vendetta says boruses the headline in the daily telegraph damon green is the victim of a vendetta by retired police officers leaked information about pornography found on an office computer boris johnson claimed last night the telegraph says in the telegraph adds that the metropolitan police facing agreeing tori backlash uh including from the prime minister theresa may who has the telegraph says echoed the foreign secretary's comments slightly different taken on the front page of the times who talk of that backlash extending to the place itself the head of the metropolitan police federation joined forces with tory mps the times said to condemn the up horan's actions of two retired officers who helped to bring down damien grain this is can marsh chair of the organization the represents about thirty thousand rank and file offices in london strongly criticising the time says leaks that had revealed that pornography been found on a computer in his two greens office uh he of course resigned said deputy prime minister was fired as deputy prime minister on wednesday and the time says that not only does this extend others disquiet extent in financial tory mps but it also extends to the place itself so the guardians laid is nhs operations axe to avert winter crises it thing it's an unprecedented order which will postpone surgery the thousands surgery will be cancelled hospitals will be setting up make shift wards in a clear escalation the paper says of nhs efforts to avoid this service going into meltdown this winter it says cartwright removals hip and knee replacements will be postponed until at least mid january the only exceptions cancer operations and what the nhs calls timecritical critical procedures where surgey is necessary to avoid having a patient's condition deteriorate the picture on.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Experts town hall is in it along with every major member of the media the las vegas metropolitan police department the cia the fbi and hundreds of investigators who are working tirelessly to make any sense of this horrific act i want to stop right there in point out careers georgia carl bernstein a bob woodward for example back of the watergate days careers have been made fortunes have been may developed by journalist who get to the truth it's insanity to think that the media is culpable is the media sometimes wrong does the media sometimes not uncovered the right information scherrer absolutely you know where human were fallible but the bottom line here is the accusations that the press is in collusion on this story concerned to what end yesterday and we we would be chomping at the bit to release the truth now you you're absolutely right the second i got i mean think about the fact they were leaking 70s crime scene photos and they weren't supposed to have possession of them right and they didn't hold back on that so let's let's stay with article it because he then he hits the uh the reset and he says recap i distrust the government when it comes to many things i believe in the deep state i believe the ultimate power corrupts ultimately and that the past administration weaponized the deep state in attempts to stifle political opposition i believe they collected data on their political opponents and i believe these things because there has been solid evidence like he reverence as an article from our katie pavlovich and also marked arms were met vespa presented to support these beliefs put forth by reputable organisations and individuals i distrust the mainstream media to accurately report on political matters just as i distrust the fbi in political matters as well however i find it implausible that a group of individual jewels inside the government apparatus concocted a scheme to senselessly murder fifty eight of their fellow countryman anne enger upwards of another five hundred i also farm it difficult to swallow the suggestion that any individual law enforcement officer or agency is playing any part in withholding evidence covering up or that everyone else in the media are all going along with it what purpose as we just pointed out what purpose would that serve when i do find plausible.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The time line huge breaking story and the breaking news is that the las vegas sheriff has admitted that there is a different time line now to win the shooter was confronted by an unarmed security guarded apparently happened six minutes before the rampage begin now you know over the weekend cbs's sixty minutes had a sitdown with members of the las vegas metropolitan police department and the very first ones to confront the shooter talked to cbs's bill whitaker on sixty minutes sunday night what did you see i could see the suspects door was as riddled with bullet holes coming out a look like swiss cheese he had the advantage he because he knew we were coming in where we're going to to come through we didn't know where he was going to be in that room it's like a deadly game of hide and seek because when you're the one hiding you always know where the person that's looking for years before they say ew i remember thinking man i wish i had my dog with me because it's nice to have him lead the team of course all i could think of because i'm such a dope about dogs is no don't send your dog in their dogs and get killed you know i mean but but then again that's the practicality of a standoff like this the police officers could could could goods it could run the risk of being killed and frankly in the scheme of life you're going gonna want the dog ahead of the person charged that is to say for a dog lover like me rory by the way is eating again so the national watch on my thirteen yearold old diabetic puddles refusal to eat her wet food is officially over easy jannati you're all of it which is eating half two three quarters which is enough to give her the insulin shot twice a day so everything's ok poor dogs sitter i'm going to have to i'm gonna go broke with his dog sitter carr's she's gonna wind up having to go into therapy after taking care of rory between me on the phone from florida giving her instructions now you've got to put.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on WGTK

"Of text messages on this question about the time line huge breaking story and the breaking news is that the las vegas sheriff has admitted that there is a different time line now to win the shooter was confronted by an unarmed security guarded apparently happens six minutes before the rampage began now you know over the weekend cbs's sixty minutes had a sitdown on with members of the las vegas metropolitan police department and the very first ones to confront the shooter talked to cbs's bill whitaker on sixty minutes sunday night what did you see i could see the suspects door was as riddled with bullet holes coming out a look like swiss cheese he had the advantage casino weera coming and where we're going to have to come through we didn't know where he was going to be in that room a deadly game of hide and seek because when you're the one hiding you always know where the person that's looking for years before they say ew i remember thinking man i wish i had my dog with me because it's nice to have him lead the team of course all i could think of because i'm such a dope about dogs is no don't send your dog in their doesn't get killed you know i mean but but then again that's the practicality other standoff like this the police officers could could could stay could run the risk of being killed and frankly in the scheme of life you're going to want the dog ahead of the purse charges that is to say for a dog lover like me rory by the way is eating again so the national watch on my thirteen yearold diabetic puddles refusal to eat her wet food is officially over eighty ninety all of it which is eating half were two three quarters which is enough to give her the insulin shot twice a day so everything's ok poor dogs sitter i'm going to have to i'm going.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Hearing we appreciate that and i will tell you the people of vodka and the extraordinary city have shown the world their incredible character kirch and resolve to avert it really is a very very special place i'm honored to be here today at the las vegas metropolitan police department in the company of heroes thank you to our police our firefighters into her first responders that of course to sheriff lombardo credible job you have to mayor goodman cutters into her first responders that of course to sheriff lombardo credible job you have to maher goodman hello meredith i couldn't be blocked by and even now now you can senator heller adam lack salt all of the great congressman that we have with us today from both parties we just story honored that you could be with us on behalf of the grateful nation maloney and i thank each and every one of you a law enforcement in the depths of horror we will always find hope in the men and women who risk their lives for hours the mess word of the took place on sunday night fills america's heart with grief america is truly in nation in mourning i visited.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on KELO

KELO

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on KELO

"Not hearing we really appreciate that and i will tell you the people of divide and the extraordinary city have shown the world their incredible character courage and resolve to that it really is a very very special place i'm honored to be here today at the las vegas metropolitan police department in the company of heroes thank you to our police our firefighters into our first responders that of course to sheriff lombardo credible job you have to maher goodman hello marika i couldn't be blocked by anything on now you can senator heller thank you very much senator cortez mastam majority leader whereas clevinger kevin mccarthy had a lack salt all of the great congressmen that we have with us today from both parties we just very honored that you could be with us on behalf of the grateful nation maloney and i thank each and every one of you a law enforcement in the depths of our a we will always find hope in the men and women who risk their lives four hours the mass murder that took place on sunday night fills america's heart with grief america is truly a russian in mourning visited the hospital earlier today were many victims are still recovering from their wounds and we ask god to ease their suffering hingis speed their healing we pray for the recovery of the injured and those injured officers who so bravely threw themselves into danger when duty cold and we grieve the loss of the law enforcement personnel who were killed in this vicious attack many families tonight will go to bed in a world that has suddenly empty the people they so dearly love were torn away from them forever our souls are stricken with grief for every american who lost a husband or a wife a mother or father son or daughter we know that your sorrow feels endless we stand together to help you carrier pay you are not alone we will never leave your side here at the police department we remember one of our own who died this week charles heartfelt it was a very very special purse officer hartfield was a proud veteran a devoted husband a loving father his death is a.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on WGTK

"Dark vision of life anyway so mental illness but nope is a factor in some the i don't little snapping is still relatively rare if you would collude mental illness although may be snapping is form of it i'm just thinking aloud as everybody would be the president was a quite eloquent have the president's statement there my fellow americans we are joined together today in sadness shock and grief last night a gunman opened fire on a large crowd at a country music concert in las vegas nevada he brutally murdered more than 50 people and wounded hundreds more it was an act of pure evil i like that he said the fbi and the department of homeland security are working closely with local authorities to assist with the investigation and they will provide updates as true the investigation and how it develops i want to thank the las vegas metropolitan police department and all of the first responders for their courageous efforts and for helping to save the lives of so many the speed with which they acted is miraculous and prevented further loss of life to have found the shooter so quickly after the first shots were fired is something for which we will always be thankful and grateful it shows what true professionalism is all about hundreds of our fellow citizens are now mourning the sudden loss of a loved one a parent a child a brother or sister we cannot fathom their pain we cannot imagine their loss to the families of the victims we are praying for you and we are here for you and we ask god to help see you through this very dark period scripture teaches us the lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit we seek comfort in those words for we know that god lives in the hearts of those who grieve to the wounded who are now recovering in hospitals we are praying for your full and speedy recovery and pledged to you our support from this day forward in memory of the fallen i have directed that are great flag be flown at half staff i will be visiting las vegas on wednesday to meet with law enforcement first responders and.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on WSB-AM

"As they have on wsb depend on it huh hello my fellow americans we are joined together today in sadness shock and grief last night at gunman opened fire on a large crowd at a country music concert in las vegas nevada he brutally murdered more than 50 people and wounded hundreds more it was an act of pure evil that was as president trump he says continuous address right now to the nation thi it's supposed to be was about twenty minutes later getting to the microphone uh but he is obviously just saluting the first responders saluting those who stood up in preventive further carnage and we're talking about the mass shooting in las vegas the shooter was a mentally bay the the victims were just watching a country music concert and the numbers climbing above fifty who have lost their lives four hundred and six had been wounded here's more from the president the fbi and the department of homeland security are working closely with local authorities to assist with the investigation and they will provide updates as to the investigation and how it develops i want to thank the las vegas metropolitan police department and all of the first responders for their courageous efforts and for helping to save the lives of so many the speed with which they acted is miraculous and prevented further loss of life to have found the shooter so quickly after the first shots were fired is something for which we will always be thankful and grateful it shows what true professionalism is all about and by the way we just found adds to the present continue go on he's got to the right tone there's no a great way to deliver this but especially when you've been up all night they call matan local time one o'clock eastern time had to go back to sleep his guide us in this present as asleep much anyway and then he got to put the numbers together and then you have put this all perspective and as commander in chief is no need to take a position design reason to bring everyone together i just which democrats would feel the same way when it comes to gun control it's not the time the.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on KOMO

"In las vegas more than five hundred twenty people hurts earlier today president trump gave this public statements we are joined together today in sadness shock and grief last night at gunman opened fire when a large crowd at a country music concert in las vegas nevada he brutally murdered more than 50 people and wounded hundreds more it was an act of pure evil the fbi and the department of homeland security are working closely with local authorities to assist with the investigation and they will provide updates as to the investigation and how it develops i want to thank the las vegas metropolitan police department and all of the first responders for their courageous efforts and for helping to save the lives of so many the speed with which they acted is miraculous and prevented further loss of life to a found the shooter so quickly after the first shots were fired is something for which we will always be thankful and grateful it shows what true professionalism is all about hundreds of our fellow citizens are now mourning the sudden loss of a loved one a parent a child a brother or sister we cannot fathom their pain we cannot imagine their loss to the families of the victims we are praying for you and we are here for you and we ask god to help see you through this very dark period scripture teaches us the lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit we seek comfort in those words for we know that god lives in the hearts of those who grieve to the wounded who are now recovering in hospitals we are praying for your full and speedy recovery and pledged to you our support from this day forward in memory of the fallen i have directed that are great flag be flown at half staff i will be visiting las vegas on wednesday to meet with law enforcement first responders and.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To save lives at this precise moment i know we're going to get through this and our city will be stronger thank you so much congress mp when speaking to reporters joined by democratic and republican lawmakers in nevada the president coming to the diplomatic reception with the white house this morning with these words my fellow americans we are joined together today in sadness shock and grief last night a gunman opened fire on a large crowd at a country music concert in las vegas nevada he brutally murdered more than 50 people and wounded hundreds more it was an act of pure evil the fbi and the department of homeland security are working closely with local authorities to assist with the investigation and they will provide updates as to the investigation and how it develops i want to thank the las vegas metropolitan police department and all of the first responders for their courageous efforts and for helping to save the lives of so many the speed with which they acted is miraculous and prevented further loss of life to a found the shooter so quickly after the first shots were fired is something for which we will always be thankful and grateful it shows what true professionalism is all about hundreds of our fellow citizens are now mourning the sudden loss of a loved one a parent a child a brother or sister we cannot fathom their pain we cannot imagine their loss to the families of the victims we are praying for you and we are here for you and we ask god to help see you through this very dark period scripture teaches us the lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit we seek comfort in those words for we know that god lives in the hearts of those who grieve to the wounded who are now recovering in hospitals we are praying for your full and speedy recovery and pledged to you our support from this day forward in memory of the fallen i have directed that are great flag be flown at half staff i will be visiting las vegas on wednesday to meet with law enforcement first responders and.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Warzone right in the middle and one of america's largest and most prosperous cities and emmy just overwhelming the hospitals right now if you can you should go out and should give blood we have a list over daily word icon of lease that you can help with with this situation so you don't feel helpless obviously pray for the world pray for the country and pray for the victims just horrifying all the way around here was president trump's press conference this morning it which he spoke about what it just happened my fellow americans we are joined together today in said and this shock and grief last night at gunman opened fire on a large crowd at a country music concert in las vegas nevada he brutally murdered more than 50 people and wounded hundreds more i want to thank the las vegas metropolitan police department and all of the first responders for their courageous efforts and for helping to save the lives of so many the speed with which they acted is miraculous and prevented further loss of life to a found the shooter so quickly after the first shots were fired is something for which we will always be thankful and grateful it shows what true professionalism is all about so president trump over the flags around the united states be flown at half staff in honor of the victims it is the worst massacre the worst measuring in american history i here's what we know about the shooter his sixty four years old seems steven paddock from skeet nevada is no motive as of yet people whenever these sorts of things happen everybody in the news industry immediately goes to social media indians trying to uncover all of the facts about the guy none of that has come out so far apparently corn corey rows over at the local news he was known to local police but they don't really have a criminal history dade there have been reports that he lived in a retirement home but this remain under this remains unconfirmed at this time.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing

WSJ Minute Briefing

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing

"This is minute briefing from the wall street journal i'm jr whelan in new york officials in las vegas continue to search for clues in the wake of the deadliest shooting in us history within fifty people attending a country western concert were killed in the attack which surpasses the forty nine killed at a nightclub in orlando in june of last year president trump addressed the nation about the shooting on monday morning it was an act of pure evil i want to thank the las vegas metropolitan police department and all of the first responders for their courageous efforts and for helping to save the lives of so many the speed with which they acted is miraculous and prevented further loss of life police said the suspect 64yearold steven paddock of mesquite nevada fired shots from a 30second floor room at the mandalay bay hotel analysts vegas strip police say he killed himself before police entered the room facebook said monday it will add one thousand new workers to review adds even though it will count mostly on users to flag questionable ads the new ad reviewers will help to make sure advertising on the platform complies with its policies facebook ceo mark zuckerberg said the reviewers will be added in the next year and the move comes as the social media giants been asked to hand over its data on russianbacked adds to investigators that were purchased during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign and three americans won this year's nobel prize for psychology or medicine for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling biological rhythms their work with flies led to understanding of molecular clocks in all biology and how night and day cycles influence the human clock for more on these and other stories including updates throughout the day on the investigation into the las vegas shooting headed up us j dot com i'm jr wayland reporting from the newsroom at the wall street journal.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is offering extra guidance to inspection stations on navigating new software used to conduct vehicle inspections several mechanics have been struggling with a new equipment that records inspections and sends the information back to the state on wall street the dow was up fifty five points the s p 500 is up six in other news now french police say a man suspected of fatally stabbing two women at marseille's main train station yesterday had been detained for shoplifting and released the day before the attack and now to the president of the united states we are joined together today in said nece shock and grief last night a gunman opened fire on a large crowd at a country music concert in las vegas nevada he brutally murdered more than 50 people and wounded hundreds more it was an act of pure evil the fbi and the department of homeland security are working closely with local authorities to assist with the investigation and they will provide updates as to the investigation and how it develops i want to thank the las vegas metropolitan police department and all of the first responders for their courageous efforts and for helping to save the lives of so many the speed with which they acted is miraculous and prevented further loss of life to have found the shooter so quickly after the first shots were fired is something for which we will always be thankful and grateful it shows what true professionalism is all about hundreds of our fellow citizens are now mourning the sudden loss of a loved one a parent a child a brother or sister we cannot fathom their pain we cannot imagine their loss to the families of the victims we are praying for you and we are here for you and we ask god to help see you through this very dark period scripture teaches us the lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit we seek comfort in those words for we know that god lives in the hearts of those who grieve to the wounded who are now recovering in hospitals we are praying for your full and speedy recovery and pledged to you our support from this day forward in memory of the fallen i have directed that are great flag be flown at half staff i will be visiting las vegas on wednesday to meet with law enforcement first responders and.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And for sale online at amazon apple itunes and other outlets they handle all aspects of the publishing process for you printing cover art generally together today in said nece shock and grief last night at gunman opened fire what a large crowd at a country music concert in las vegas nevada he brutally murdered more than 50 people and wounded hundreds more it was an act of pure evil the fbi and the department of homeland security are working closely with local authorities to assist with the investigation and they will provide updates as to the investigation and how it develops i want to thank the las vegas metropolitan police department and all of the first responders for their courageous efforts and for helping to save the lives of so many the speed with which they acted is miraculous and prevented further loss of life to have found the shooter so quickly after the first shots were fired is something for which we will always be thankful and grateful it shows what true professionalism is all about hundreds of our fellow citizens are now mourning the sudden loss of a loved one a parent a child a brother or sister we cannot fathom their pain we cannot imagine their laws to the families of the victims we are praying for you and we are here for you and we ask god to help you through this very dark period scripture teaches us the lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit we seek comfort in those words for we know that god lives in the hearts of those who grieve to the wounded who are now recovering in hospitals we are praying for your full and speedy recovery and pledged to you our support from this day forward in memory of the fall and i have directed that are great flag be flown at half staff i will be visiting las vegas on wednesday to meet with law enforcement first responders and.

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"metropolitan police" Discussed on KTSA 550 AM

KTSA 550 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"metropolitan police" Discussed on KTSA 550 AM

"Aww gone for themselves we all know heating from the metropolitan police at that there is a third incidents at that they are investigating at this time in an runs at the vauxhall area of south london at noble words from them as to whether or not that role as to the nature of the incident in the vauxhall area speculation on social media which we won't give you the specifics all but speculation that there are that there's police activity in other parts of london's evening we'll talk to you about when we have something rather more concrete than than supposition on twitter of course with the police confirming that there have been a number of people injured the concern will be that those injuries will have lacked paternity we do know that the bulin service were there quickly and their numbers at these pictures replaying at the moment or police in riot gear and and helmets and moving speeds telling people to push pushback is the court and expands we believe that these all the signs of a of an active hunt at nothing from the police of course it confirm that but having them dressed in riot gear with the helmet's with the shields at least suggest that they believe that this the possibility that people armed are on the streets still well the sky news at midnight and police are dealing with what they believe are terrorist incidents in a variety of the creations around central london i witnessed report was an eyewitness reports that a van drove three pedestrians and london bridge resulting in a number of casualties and the police opened fire.

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