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Fresh update on "minneapolis police department" discussed on Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

00:58 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "minneapolis police department" discussed on Jim Bohannon

"Basically taking down on May 24th. I read recently that 10% of the Minneapolis Police Department is completed. If your resignations firings Claiming leave or taking medical sick. Leave Now. The problem is this. You saw while Mayor you're afraid. Made an ass of himself around the country. He stepped out in the crowd to try and develop support. The crowd roughed him up. The crowd told him to quit his job. He had five security people around him. And by the time he escaped that mask, he was the bad guy. Yeah, we're coming up on a break. That doesn't move. I want to complete that story when we come back in a moment. Your source for official weather information Here it on NewsRadio, Katy K. Over there. Several local foods a saddle up variable of Amelia Cm Breslin, her part whatever the mundane, earthy soften in color TV, and then at the least, you'll say, reference can't co Cola That's cardinal has provoked those record. Carlos Alvarez throws Travis Jones that's called Master and Mistress product. That's England happened to come see innocent face. Bernie's a gram in a robe I left foot left foot Salima, protecting your finances during this pandemic is critical, Joined. Kinross Forum Forum went forum Wednesday, August 26th at 4:30 p.m. With special guests.

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Fresh update on "minneapolis police department" discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

02:49 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "minneapolis police department" discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Starts to fall apart. As you go on. We're GONNA get into Minneapolis coming back from the break new suck eleven thirty wins. fucking eleven thirty W I S. You're listening to the mark belling late afternoon show guest host, for today. Former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke? Let's start off the our giving you the sizzling summer cash contests word. Text the word. Happy. Each P.. Y.. Two two, hundred, two, hundred you'll get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio. Information. Standard Data and message rates apply in this nationwide. Contests could. Prepare. For him went to the break. We're talking about the violence in Chicago on some of these other major cities. That is on the rise and I mean like exponentially, not like a couple. Does anybody. Know who developed gardeners Name sound familiar developed gardener. About George Floyd. Garner about Freddie agree about Trayvon Martin. Very. Few people if any know who developed Gardner Devel- Gardner. It's a one year old. Several weeks ago in. New. York. A one old sitting in a baby stroller at a family barbecue shot in the stomach. And killed. A one year old shot in the stomach sitting in a baby chill at a family barbecue in a drive by shooting. In New York They have somebody in custody by now. So a couple of follow up stories. Black perpetrator. Police involved shooting. No outrage, you know the usual stuff, the memorials in the end, the violence, and all this stuff that sin effective. People have frustrated. They don't know what to do. I want do. But they'd being led by Goof flight, Bill De. BLASIO on. Lori lightfoot in Chicago and Gaining Wheeler in Portland. can't remember the Seattle Durkan. SEATTLE. Some things that I. Part of speech, I gave on support for police. Several weeks ago I, kind of use this as a framework whenever I talk it. Support for police events. This is part of it. The elephant in the room is not policing. It's the cultural rot and dysfunction that occurs in the ghetto all across America. Is things like ineffective parenting and some cases no parenting at all is things like absent fathers women having multiple children from different men leading to child abuse child neglect. School failure and questionable lifestyle choices like joining gangs along with criminal behavior and drug drug drug use. But. That's the hard stuff for politicians. Ghetto reform can start by holding up a mere to the black underclass and demand that they adopt better lifestyle choices. then. We won't need so much policing in these areas. But it's easy to go after the cops after all the low hanging fruit if we need a national discussion in America it is to talk about the ugly reality of why so many black males choose criminality instead of leading more mainstream lifestyle. We need to ask why fifty three percent of all know homicide suspects are black males and why sixty percent of all known robbery suspect's are black males. Black. Males make up only thirteen percent of the population. Yes. LET'S HAVE A. Conversation. Policing doesn't need to be reformed. The ghetto needs to be reformed changes in behavior and lifestyle at the underclass and what was what needs to be reformed. But that's the hard stuff for politicians who failed policy caused most of the conditions that require more policing. Policies releasing career violent criminals, criminals from jails in prisons prisons another stupid policy. All of this is then thrown into the lap of a police officer and you expect miracles. And when things go awry through, no fault of the police COP heaters demand change. The biggest threat to law abiding people in the ghetto is not a police officer. It's a stray bullet from criminal indiscriminately shooting up the neighborhood. I had developed Gardner in mind when I wrote that. I did write that after his homicide. Moved to Minneapolis. Another hot mess. Failed Mayor Mayor Fry Is a story. Fox News I I, read this I I. Had to get up, they say when you're when you're? Really angry you get up in your walk it off I. think that's what they say, right? So we story. Minneapolis Minneapolis Police officer, or Minneapolis police offer advice on how to stay safe amid. Crime. Surge. Give up your cell phone. The Wild West. Said Vine Church Pastor. Steve. Carly's tells Tucker. Carlson on Tucker Carlson tonight the Minneapolis Police Department, which has seen forty cops resigned be fired the past two months offer city residents some tips on how to deal with the city's recent surge in violent crime. Minneapolis has been the focal point in the country since May twenty fifth following George Floyd's death. While in police custody, the city has been by protests riots. Words matter by the way. Ravaged by riots. And it was early momentum to abolish the city's police force. But since Floyd's does some residents have complained of slower than usual police responses and at times no response at all according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune I talk about that Greenfield incident. Incident. We're monitoring. So he goes on to say. Police murdered a man in our neighborhood, and they all just fell out and left us alone to figure out on our own as far as protecting our neighborhoods. One resident told the paper you feel isolated. Like a war zone sometimes, but there's no one to help us memorize said when a police back off the social order collapses. Talking about. Katie S DOT COM reported that police in the city offered a list to help residents navigate the increase in crimes listen to this folks. Listen to this. Some of the examples on the list include. Only items you need a carry less cash be prepared to give up your cell phone and purse or wallet. Don't fight with criminals. Remember your safety is most important what the hell kind of quality of life is that. Complete Resignation, to the truck. Dislike the cook says.

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Fresh update on "minneapolis police department" discussed on Michael Berry

Michael Berry

01:25 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "minneapolis police department" discussed on Michael Berry

"You know there's tons to get to here. You know when I started in radio long time ago, Really? Not as long as rush for sure. Not as long as Sean for sure. And I said to rush I'm going to be on after Shawn Shawn's on after you. What am I going to say? And he's very wise. Russia's He said. Well, Whatever the topic is mark, they haven't heard from you yet. He said. Wow, that's pretty cool to think that way. In other words, despite the media's best effort to pretend that all conservative host of the same we're not Except for the fact that we're conservative. We have different knowledge base is different experience. Different content, different personalities. Some people like this one. Some people like the other one. Whatever doesn't matter. He was so right and most of the day unfortunately, I can't listen to the other host because I'm doing live in TV are preparing for my fox show or I'm writing. So it becomes very difficult. If I'm in the car. I can pick something up from time to time. And although everybody competes against everybody, at least they think they do. Thank God for the other host, too. It would be ridiculous to think I could fill 24 7 And there's some exceptional hosts out there some so so, but some exceptional host. And we're glad they're all on the team. You know, the weekends are brutal. If you waste your time watching cable TV or the Sunday shows. CNN that James Clyburn on double down on the president being Hitler. Then he calls and Mussolini You get April Ryan, who's a fraud? I believe she's a reporter of some sort again a fraud. She blatantly lies about the president. He got Joe Lockhart. Has always been a scumbag, Hey, was Clinton's mouthpiece? But that doesn't sound right. He was printing Clinton's propagandist. And he also was a moron that worked at Major League baseball. And he's out there that Joe Biden shouldn't debate. This is something we've been concerned about a long time. Ryan Stout to his in the back pocket of the Democrats. You know you go on and on and on Nancy Pelosi trashing trashing one of the doctors, Dr Burke and this is interesting. And I'll get into that later. Then you have a plagiarist like Mike Barnicle perfectly named there would be more like Barnacle Mike. And he's slamming away. It just goes on and on and on, and this is media. These are new sights, thes air newsrooms. And they might as well be mental institutions. We'll get all that. Eventually Democrats threatening to pack the Supreme Court and increase the numbers of the Republicans dare to try and fill a seat. Should RBG. Ah, retire. She's not going to retire. So hold on to the last breath. That's what the Liberals do on the court. They hold on to the last breath shall hold on to the last breath. Does remember what their religion That's not what I want to start with. I want to start with what is the purpose of government? Is the redistribute wealth is it to give you free healthcare Is it to pay for your college? What is the purpose? It is to protect you. The whole reason that you're part of a Society. Yes, so the society could be civil so people can function so they can live their lives. Without being molested. And governments fouling us. Filling us significantly. Nobody wants to live in a major big city anymore. Nobody And when the corona virus it, I told you these cities they're not going to depopulate and then on top of that, the riot's now they're really going to depopulate and you know what's happening there, Depopulating. People who can't get out. Can't get out fast enough. Course they're going to go to the suburbs of vote Democrat because a lot of these people are just plain stupid, but nonetheless. It's pointed out at national you online homicide spike in 50 largest city across the nation. Homicide's gun violence, major cities around the country since the start of the Corona virus. Economic recession unrest. Cross the nation's 50 largest cities. Homicides are up 24% this year totaling 3612 so far corner of the Wall Street Journal Analysis. In 36. Of those 50 cities, the homicide rate has increased by double digits. Now to just read the cold, Statistics says, You know, I think about the human beings here. And in the face of this Most of these cities are slashing the budgets for the police. No wonder nobody wants to stay there thing get out of there. Black on black crime in particular is through the roof. So the basketball players are having a cool time. With their self, a grand eyes mint. The football players and have any cold time with their self, a grand eyes. But the baseball players and having a cool time with this suffer grand eyes mint. But where the rubber hits the road in the inner cities. It's horrible. Horrible Chicago saw the largest jump in homicides. More than 400 more homicides than this time last year. I think about that. An increase of more than 50%. Philadelphia New York City Came in just behind the country's third largest city, Bo, telling more than 200 more homicides this year. Chicago Austin Fort Worth, Texas. So, the largest increase in murders And the staggering increase in violence comes after months of protests against police departments. That have included calls to defunding dismantle departments in Minneapolis. Police and crime experts have attributed the spike in violence to a variety of factors, including A rise in gang violence. Economic recession caused by shutdown of businesses The lack of activity during the pandemic by Social institution said historically help tamp down crime, such as churches in schools. And this is very important because doctor found she wants this stuff closed down. And the teachers you once the school is closed down. While they still get paid. Did I say last week? They're threatening to go on strike. How would you know? How would you know? Now. Look at Minneapolis. You've probably heard this today. But his rush would say you haven't heard me say Haven't heard me disgusted. Robberies and Carjackings have increased in our precinct and email begins. Thie. Minneapolis Police Department cell phones purses vehicles are being targeted. Some victims have been mace dragged assaulted and some threatened with a gun. Most of these crimes have occurred. North of 40 seconds. South east 100 robberies, 20 Carjackings have been reported to the third Precinct police in July alone. I thought they burn that down. Downtown in southwest Minneapolis. Have seen an increase is well, we want those who live and work here to be safe. While one thing is one thing doing is another. And Minneapolis used to be a fairly safe town. It's not that big, about 1/2 a 1,000,000 residents. Email goes on the list several tips that citizens Khun supposedly used to protect themselves. And that includes letting criminals have what they want. This is from the daily wire. Do not walk.

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Fresh update on "minneapolis police department" discussed on Mark Belling

Mark Belling

06:08 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "minneapolis police department" discussed on Mark Belling

"Rates apply in this nationwide contest. Good luck with that. For we went to the break. We're talking about the violence in Chicago on some of these other major cities. That is on the rise. And I mean, like, exponentially, not like a couple. Does anybody Know who developed Gardner is That name sound familiar Veld gardener. About George Floyd. About Eric Garner about Fred agree about Trayvon Martin. Very few people, if any know who developed gardeners developed gardener. It's a one year old. Several weeks ago in New York. A one year old sitting in a baby stroller at a family barbecue shut in the stomach. And killed. A one year old shot in the stomach sitting in a baby stroller at a family barbecue in a drive by shooting. In New York. I believe they have somebody in custody By now. It's all a couple follow up stories. Black perpetrator. No police involved in shooting. No outrage. You know the usual stuff to the memorials in the end the violence and you know stuff that's ineffective. You know, people are frustrated. I don't know what to do. I know what to do. Between being led by goof like Build Blasi on Lori Lightfoot in Chicago. And in Wheeler in Portland. I can't remember the Seattle Durkin. Seattle. The recent things that I Out of a speech I gave on support for police. Several weeks ago. I kind of used this as a framework. Whenever I talk it support for police events. This is part of it. The elephant in the room is not policing. It's the cultural rotten dysfunction that occurs in the ghetto. All across America is things like an effective parenting and, in some cases, no parenting at all. It's things like absent fathers, women having multiple Children from different men leading to child abuse and child neglect. It's things like school failure and questionable lifestyle choices, like joining gangs, along with criminal behavior and drug drug. Drug use. Well, that's the hard stuff for politicians. Ghetto reform could start by holding up a mirror to the black underclass and demand that they adopt better lifestyle choices. Then we won't need so much policing in these areas. But it's easy to go after the cops. After all, they're the low hanging fruit. If we need a national discussion in America, it is to talk about the ugly reality of why so many black males choose criminality instead of leading a more mainstream lifestyle. We need to ask why 53% of all known homicide suspects of black males. And why 60% of all known robbery suspects of black males. And blackmails make up only 13% of the population. Yes, let's have that. Conversation. Policing doesn't need to be reformed. The ghetto needs to be reformed changes in behavior and lifestyle of the underclass that what was what needs to be reformed. But that's the hard stuff for politicians who's failed policy cause most of the conditions that require more policing. Policies like releasing career violent criminals, criminals from jails and prisons, prisons, another stupid policy. All of this is then thrown into the lap of a police officer and you expect miracles. And when things go awry through no fault of the police, the cop eaters demand change. The biggest threat to law abiding people in the ghetto is not a police officer. It's a stray bullet. From a criminal indiscriminately shooting up the neighborhood. I had to felt gardener in mind when I wrote that. I did write that after his homicide. It's moved to Minneapolis. Another hot miss. Another failed mayor, Mayor Fry. It is a story. Fox News. When I read this, I I had to get up what they say when you when you Really angry. You get up, You walk it off. I think that's what they say right? I read a story about Minneapolis and it says Minneapolis police officer or Minneapolis Police offer advice on how to stay safe amid crime surge. Give up your cell phone. Like a well well, West. Said Vine Church pastor Steve Carly's tells Tucker Carlson on Tucker Carlson. Tonight. The Minneapolis Police Department, which has seen 40 cops resigned to be fired the past two months offer City residents some tips on how to deal with the city's recent surge in violent crime. Minneapolis has been the focal point in the country since May 25th following George Floyd's death while in police custody, the city has been ravaged by protests, riots. Words matter, by the way. Ravaged by riots. And it was early momento abolished the city's police force. What Since Floyd's that summer of residents have complained of slower than usual police responses and at times no response at all. According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune women, I talked about that Green field incident. Incident. Now we're monitoring it. Story goes on to say. Police murdered a man in our neighborhood. And they all just fell out and left us alone to figure out on our own as faras protecting our neighborhoods, One resident told the paper. You feel isolated. Like you're in a war zone sometimes, but there's no one to help us. Remember. I still wanna police back off the social order collapses. What I'm talking about. Katie s p dot com reported that police in the city offered a list to help residents navigate the increasing crimes. Listen to this,.

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Fresh update on "minneapolis police department" discussed on The Vegas Take

The Vegas Take

01:25 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "minneapolis police department" discussed on The Vegas Take

"If you want to talk about the way police officers treat minorities, that's fair game, and we should all have that discussion. George Flight was a bad guy, but it doesn't excuse. What shall Vin did? Why did shall Vin do what he did? Well, I think one could say George Floyd's color of his skin. Probably played a role. You know, way it's hard to tell exactly. But after watching that video I watched it this morning. I watched it like three times just like holy mackerel. It's terrible it is. And I wish that You know? We just have to just love on each other man. That's that's all I got to say. I agree with you, Donny Donny. I completely agree with you. Listen, we've talked about George Floyd's past. But I think it's also important to talk about shamans past is well and ah, again if George Floyd was passing a fake $20 bill, we don't even know if that's true or not. But even if that's true, why did he deserve well? He'd probably answer you cited the owner of the shop called the Police on him. Yeah, that's why they showed, but obviously he did pass it, but it's not like it would have been. It's not like he had a knife on him or a gun, or he pointed it at somebody. Is committing a very, very serious violence also interesting that he was in his car and he had no issue And also you did mention this. But his girlfriend who was there mentioned, she said, Hey, stop resisting! Stop resisting. She was telling that to George Floyd, but he was in his car, and he had no problem with having claustrophobia in his car. But then he went to the police cruiser he had. Suddenly he finished with claustrophobia. I thought that was kind of interesting that we need to focus. I think on what's really important here. And to me. What is really important was anything George forget. Just finished using George Boys like it just finished my sentence. Thank you. What we really need to focus on that, I think is important. Is when George Floyd was laying on the ground, and he had handcuffs on He wasn't resisting, he said. I couldn't breathe, and there's no excuse. For what shall Vin did? I think we need to focus on that. Yes. Was Was there some minor resistance beforehand? Absolutely. Absolutely. I don't doubt that. What's up? Sean? Do we have time for one More caller? All right. 2575396 Who do we go to? Sean? Who's next? Right, Let's go to a Matt. Matt. You're next up on the Vegas Take what's up. What's not bad. Go ahead. Here's where I'm at with all the whole deal, man. I got no love lost for the cops. And I could care less about Floyd his past. What? You don't kind of person he is. When you're an officer of the law. You take that responsibility to uphold your behavior. In you. Now I am a white man and I've been Face it, dude. Clearly not going to go anywhere, do anything and I've had my shirt list up and they shot me in the back with a Taser. Now, if I wouldn't have been a young, strong man. I I mean, I love you. Madam, your phone. We can hear you, Matt. Your phone is kind of going in and out. You were talking about how? When you were a younger man, and you were strong. You were taste in the back. Obviously, I don't know the circumstances today. The rest. I don't know if you resist it or not. All I can tell you is this The goal of of the police is is to put you in restraints. Make sure you're not a threat to society. Make sure you're not a threat to the officers. And all I can tell you is nothing they did was wrong in my personal opinion unnecessarily until he was in restraints. He was cuffed. If you recall J D. He's on his stomach for eight minutes. He wasn't resisting, and that's where the problem is here. Do you think that George Floyd would have died. If he Was in the back of the police cruiser, and they know absolutely not. Okay? No. So he requested to be put on his on his stomach or it upon the ground to lay on the ground. He didn't request a knee in his neck, and obviously he didn't request the Nina's next great minutes that that's where the big TV the need to neck restraint was legal Police apartment. I understand that, but the way that it was administered obviously was was over, So we just got something from from our producer, and I want to read it what I was talking about earlier. Then we got to take a break. Then we'll take some more phone calls. The training materials specified the maximum restraint technique. I shall only be used in situations where handcuff subjects are combative and still pose a threat to themselves, officers or others or could cause significant damage property if not properly restrained. There you go. That's exactly what I was talking about. George Floyd was on his stomach. He did not pose a threat to anybody. He wasn't moving. So the restraint that we are talking about here that is, by the way that is directly from the Minneapolis Police Department. Okay. Direct from them. What shall Vin did was illegal. And if we want to talk about this need a neck restraint. The officer was not using it at the appropriate time. And that is why I call it murder. And that's why in my personal opinion officer shall Vin should go to jail for decades. I wouldn't feel bad for him if he went to jail for the rest of his life. I don't think that's going to happen, but he's going to be in jail for decades. Now, if you want to talk about the other officers that different, so we got to take a break. When we come back. I asked the listeners this this new audio and video that came out Does it. Change the needle or move the needle for you doesn't change your opinions on what happened to George Floyd. Do you think if George Floyd was white The same result. What happened? Your call's coming up next 257539 as someone who.

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Twins to keep off-duty Minneapolis police for 2020 security

Chad Hartman

00:14 sec | 2 weeks ago

Twins to keep off-duty Minneapolis police for 2020 security

"Were standing by the Minneapolis police Department today, the team announced it will continue hiring off duty MPD officers to assist target field security staff for the upcoming season. Twins officials say they will work with the city to create a security plan for 2021.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on AP News

"You can't win, Floyd responded. I don't want to win a few minutes later, his voice fading, Floyd occasionally says, I can't breathe. Before he goes. Still, George Boyd's family is suing the city of Minneapolis. It was any of the entire Minneapolis police Department. On the neck of George floor that killed him. Attorney Benjamin Crump says the city allowed a culture of excessive force, racism and impunity to flourish in the police force. I met Donahue AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. There's a sharp spike in Corona virus cases in California 11,000 new infections in one day, and 140 patients have died. In Los Angeles County Doctor Barbara for rare reports nearly 3000 new cases there, she says, social distancing is needed to push the numbers back down and free up hospital space. We all missed summer barbecues, pool parties. And other fun and normal things we would be doing on a hot summer's day in July. It still isn't safe or smart to return to seeing friends and family. The numbers continue to rise in other hot spots. Arizona, Florida and Texas alone are reporting about 25,000 new confirmed cases there on the rise in Alabama to we're almost to the point. The hospital. I see youse overwhelmed and Governor Kay Ivey will start requiring facemasks indoors starting tomorrow in Oklahoma. Kevin Stitt does not want to require masks. You just open up a big can of worms. He today became the first governor to say he's tested positive for the virus. Soccer Megane Washington Infectious disease expert Dr Anthony found, two has been targeted by some in the Trump administration says he hopes the politics get put aside. Because the nations in trouble with this virus, we've got almost reset this and say, OK, let's stop this nonsense and figure out how can we get our control over this now? New Body Cam Video was released today in the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. He told officers he wasn't a bad guy. And later sounded panicked and afraid. The family announced a lawsuit against the city today unidentified hackers of hijack some high profile Twitter accounts including those of Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Bill Gates. The stock market gained today. The Dow up to 27. This is AP News Wrapper. Megan. The Stallion says she's recovering from gunshot wounds. After an incident in Los Angeles making the Stallion writes on Instagram. She was the victim of a crime committed with the intent to physically harm her on Sunday, she does not give details of who or why, she says police drove her to a hospital where she had surgery to remove the bullets. Megan says she's grateful to be alive and she's expected to make a full recovery. Los Angeles Police have no comment on the incident, but Officer Jeff Lee confirms that repertory lanes was arrested on a concealed weapons charge. Lance was with Megan at the time of the incident. Jail record show lanes has been released after posting bail. I'm Margie Szaroleta. There was a class between protesters and police on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York today. Several officers were injured. Three dozen people arrested Video shows a man swinging a cane striking officers in the head. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News AP News I'm Jackie Quinn is a Miami doctor warns of hospital beds feeling and no end in sight with coded 19.

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'I'm not a bad guy': Police video captures distraught Floyd

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

'I'm not a bad guy': Police video captures distraught Floyd

"Body camera footage has been made public from to Minneapolis police officers involved in the arrest of George Floyd in the minutes before his death Floyd pleads with the officers saying I'm not a bad guy an onlooker told him you can't win Floyd responded I don't want to win a few minutes later his voice fading Floyd occasionally says I can't breathe before he goes still George white's family is suing the city of Minneapolis it was the name of the game hi here Minneapolis police department the neck of George floor that killed him attorney Benjamin Crump says the city allowed a culture of excessive force racism and impunity to flourish in the police force I'm at Donahue

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Minneapolis police union says there's no problem with systemic racism, but is open to reform

Chad Hartman

05:19 min | Last month

Minneapolis police union says there's no problem with systemic racism, but is open to reform

"Yesterday in the one o'clock hour Bob Kroll was her feature gassed in machines on right now to talk about this the the interview rishi thanks for coming on give me give me from when you're in the moment when you look back at it the most notable part of the interview the the some of some of the comments of Bob Kroll made that to you has so much been a journalist for a long time most news worthy well I think it's partly when he was trying to describe the union's role and the four different I think he said mayoral terms that he was part of the negotiations over the years with the union contract and I thought that was notable and that's part of the reason I actually wanted him to come on was to help people really understand what is the role of the union because I watched for weeks now as a lot of people are blaming him for my city burning down and I'm telling you it's my city because I live in it you and I work in it and I know there are a lot of layers to this is a dynamic situation and I don't know that you can put the blame for what happened on the weekends during the week of may twenty fifth on any one doorstep and I know you can't put it on his because that's just not his role so when he described the role of the union the negotiations from his past with past administrations mayors city council and then that he does want to be it sounds to me like part of the solution I asked him if he's visited the site I asked him did he visit thirty eighth in Chicago and he said he didn't really visited he went by it and that was interesting for me because he probably would you help me I don't know but my guess is he knew it might have been a spectacle if he had shown up but I think it was important that he at least drove by it and that's why I asked about that a number of times with me and a number of times this last week when he did a series of interviews he was asked if he believes there are systemic racism within the police department which then affects people of color in Minneapolis he we he adamantly said no you'll have said on the station many times as a person of color that you have face racism in the city of Minneapolis is it then fair to say that you don't agree with Bob Kroll on his point I think the question was is there systemic racism in the police department I think there is systemic racism in our city I think there is in our entire state I believe it is so insisted that a lot of people don't really understand it you know questions Chad that I've gotten in my mother has gotten throughout our lifetimes where you from and when we say Dinah accessory grew up that's where she still lives people come back at us with more questions will know where you from and I know where they're going and I I kind of don't want to play ball so finally I will say if you mean my country of origin I was born in Sri Lanka but I'm an American so like it it was that kind of commentary that I'm talking about it's as a specific they'll because Bob pushes back and says of those separately there is not systemic racism in the Minneapolis police department I adamantly disagree I think the data is over well me where do you stand do you think there's systemic racism in the Minneapolis police department how you would be treated compared to how I would be treated it's an interesting question because I think the black Minneapolis resident is treated differently from you and for me I have not been pulled over because I'm brown I was actually murdered at gun point in twenty thirteen and the Minneapolis police officers and other members of the system connected to juvenile court that dealt with me we're very respectful I think Bob can have an opinion that there's not systemic racism you can believe there is I mean I'm probably leaning closer to you on this because I think this city there's an issue with systemic racism in the city I mean I take it to even the renaming of lake Calhoun we renamed lake Calhoun because Calhoun was bad well the name we replace it with is from a native peoples and also did some things other native people but some people don't have issues with that so there's racism everywhere is it systemic absolutely in our city in our state is only happening at the police department no I think when you have mayors and Cassidy council people who aren't necessarily passing the laws in the ordinances that are fair to all of us you know when it comes to getting loans when it comes to other parts of living in what we have to do it it goes very deep and this is where a state it is a dynamic and very layered problem why is my deep blue black is not just on the police it really isn't

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Former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death to appear in court

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:36 sec | Last month

Former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death to appear in court

"All four of the former Minneapolis city police officers charged in the death of George Floyd or supposed to be in court today the Minneapolis police department fire them and all face murder related charges here's Jim Yorkers chords that there have been calls around the country for police reforms on Friday the Minneapolis city council members unanimously voted to advance the proposal that could replace the police department that vote coming after police recorded more than a hundred people shot since the death of George Ford including at least seven who were killed the attorneys expected west for a reduction in bail for their clients

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Minneapolis taking first step toward disbanding police department

WCCO Morning News

00:45 sec | Last month

Minneapolis taking first step toward disbanding police department

"The first step that could result in the abolishment of the Minneapolis police department at least as we know it takes place later this morning five Minneapolis council members want to amended the city charter dismantling the MPD and replacing it with the department of public safety and violence prevention council member Jeremiah Allison I don't want there to be this confusion of just what is she gonna be nobody doing anything it's gonna be nobody solving murders not we're actually going to make sure that there are systems in place to address now an active shooter situation for example the proposed amendment provides for a law enforcement division with licensed officers there are several bureaucratic obstacles ahead before the amendment is ready to be placed on the November ballot where Minneapolis voters have the final

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Trump calls for retribution against protesters toppling statues

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

04:28 min | Last month

Trump calls for retribution against protesters toppling statues

"One month after the death of George. Floyd tonight the house pass the George Floyd. Justice in Policing Act. But, of course the bill has a long way to go. Mitch McConnell has nothing like this in mind. He decides what gets to go through the Senate. And what makes it all the way to his man Donald Trump for signature here with us again tonight to talk about all the Keith Maze Author Professor of African American Studies at the University of Minnesota. Professor here we are. We've had people in the streets every day and every night for over a month now and unbelievably. They have been propelled in new protests in waves by the new cases that have come to light almost like supplying reinforcements for those people who have fallen back my question to you is what have we learned in these days and nights and what has changed? We've learned. Brian is that this movement is not going to stop. Anytime soon, we'll marching on all the way to November third. We will make the necessary changes that have to be made. We will put Joe Biden an office and we will see what the Democrats will do. I'm not confident that we will get any meaningful legislation pass. While Donald Trump is in office and while the Republicans hold the Senate. So we'll see I think we have to rely on a protest, movement and grassroots activity out there on the streets, nationally and internationally this movement moves. Was, continues on the struggle continues. I think a lot of people share your view that you kind of can't wait for Washington. Does this not in a weird way because Mitch McConnell is Mitch McConnell and Donald Trump is donald trump. Does this not in a weird way? Reflect attention back on the local politicians who've been in the news depending on where you live. For these last couple months because of a pandemic, I'm talking about governors and mayors. Governors Mayors City Councils, state legislatures I think that in many ways, the pressure that has to be mounted. On public officials to get anything done all your local your state leaders. You're absolutely right. I think that in many ways they have. The ear of the movement, I think that the organizations the grassroots organizations are closer to these particular elected officials I think that they are open and ready for real change. You see what the Minneapolis City Council did a few weeks ago and calling for a complete remake. An reform of. The Minneapolis Police Department almost in abolishment of it and to and to start over. Yes, I mean the movement is calling for using words like abolish and and de-fund in Washington is is talking another language now. Some of the stuff that's coming out of the House of Representatives is good. I don't know about this in the Senate, the the kinds of Ideas coming out of the Senate seems to be anemic. They don't seem to go far enough, so we have to take this thing in stages and pressure all of our public officials, but I think you're absolutely right I, think the local state ones are are are poised to respond much more than the national ones. I want to play for you. And by extension our audience, what Donald Trump, said tonight, this Fox News townhall about the protesters and listen for the R. Word. I stopped at the other night. I stopped at a number of times, but you'll see what's happening and we told them every night. We're going to get tougher and tougher and at some point is going to be. Because there has to be these people event. Agitators, but they're really the terrorists. What do you think he means by retribution? We have to take control the streets. What did he say the other week we have to? We have to sweep up streets. We have to take action I. Think these are dog whistles, but in many ways we have to take him seriously. He's talking about using the power of the state. Crush the movement is just as simple as that.

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The power of the Black Lives Matter movement

On the Media

09:50 min | Last month

The power of the Black Lives Matter movement

"We in wave one wave to if there is a low dose that mark an end because we're gathering of strength these questions we ask about corona virus but what if we understood social movement moments in the same way the death of George Floyd and the uprisings that followed can seem like the birth of a new social movement and the new host of possibilities disbanding at the funding police departments commemorating Juneteenth ads addressing the on going silent apart taped the systemic racism woven through the society and everything from voting rights to healthcare urban planning it seems as sudden as a lightning strike Alan Kwabena Frimpong is an activist and consultant with ad astra collective which provides tools to build social movements he says the explosion was ignited by what his group calls a trigger event or several of them the killing of George Floyd the pandemic the previous extrajudicial killings of black people these events where we can no longer be complicit with the conditions of the status quo that way in and then once the triggering event unleashes this long accumulating rage comes the heroic phase everybody's on the streets anything seems possible which leads you say to a honeymoon right people believe anything is possible that we've been dreaming of that we would like to see in our world a future without police without jails and prisons now that not only seems possible it's becoming possible so we thought that with the disbandment of the Minneapolis police department but the vote that was taken by the city council and so if in this space that possibility can live and then history tells us the honeymoon inevitably ends leading to disillusionment contraction you call it the women's March and occupier quintessential examples and likewise the first wave of black lives matter what's happening with the disillusionment sets in any time during this period we think we've failed that when the cameras turn off when there's not as much attention to the issues and mass media or even in social media we think that the movement activity has somehow ended but it hasn't it's that what is required of us as shifted or it gets to share in this phase of the cycle and it's a time to build strategy and to build organization to find unity around the issues and to figure out the infrastructure needed to be able to create the visions of the world that we actually want to live in an analogy might be that you light the grill the flames jump out of the cattle so big you could get singed but then fifteen minutes later you come back and all you see is a heap of calls but underneath it is smoldering the cycle does seem to reflect at least American history going back to the Boston tea party these kind of waves that we've seen this country has dealt with since its inception when you invoke the Boston tea party that history a card with the backdrop of slavery and the removal of indigenous folks we have to understand our ways of rebellion and Ryan I'm here in Jersey New Jersey eighteen eighty four of you have black people riding here in Newark because of the erection of what was then the school system and how black people were being locked out of participation there are the strength of events in our history that lead to these moments so let's call this the the second wave of black lives matter does the same pattern still hold I mean if this is the second honeymoon should we expect marital reality to kick and with a second loss of energy why wouldn't we we still live in a culture that upholds capitalism mmhm and that holds white supremacy the fact that we have people still talking about the reform of a police state I think it's indicative of that what feels different indicates the value of corporations who want to put out statements saying black lives matter so yeah we're and if you want to call it a second wave of black lives matter but the reality is that as we've talked about before the construction phase we really will have to ask the deep question what will be required of aspen organizer activist members of our communities to ship the material conditions are you in the process of trying to manage expectations show how the cycle works and say we're not gonna leave the news for much longer be prepared to build networks and continue to organize continue to lobby what we will need to deal with in this contraction phase is what are going to beat the alternative institutions that people can look to that people can trust and that people can believe in that show that the path to the new normal that we deserve and to me what that looks like is worker owned cooperatives credit unions to me the control of our public safety health care for all public education accessible to all those things would need to change if we're asking for the abolishment of police because what it requires of us then is to change our relationships with each other and build community with each other and that's what we're going to need to prepare for as this contraction phase comes to life and the question becomes what we choose to do that work we choose to build with people in our neighborhoods we choose to depend on them and create modalities for our safety reeking of other institutions the show is called on the media and I want to ask you about us and I'm gonna go back to occupy to do it when the protesters vanished from the public parks and went home sometimes chased away by police we in the media seized on that extra this is a sign of the movement's failure because its goals were too quixotic it's politics too fragmented and so what is the contraction phase of the cycle reflected by or influenced by the media characterizations when people are not in the streets anymore and there there is in this huge spectacle what is there left to cover America is so infatuated with the spectacle of its own violence and the trauma that ensues from may the disillusionment in the contraction of the cycle I think is a representation of what we tend to be stuck in in terms of our own habits we enjoyed the trauma of the story of the victim the perpetrator and the savior and the way we tell our views as from that have been jewel norm if so what would it look like to shift away from that and perhaps tell news that connects the dots then tells a much more nuanced and complex story that the viewers or listeners deserve to hear where people can actually show authentic stories about what is going on from a place that is moving for people that shift something for them that doesn't truncate in flag in their lives and to just these one dimensional identities there's a lot of what media frames and that then leads to some of the assumptions that get made about whatever happened to the much as whatever happens to the people organizing the rally is people are still doing that work but it may look different we in the media have focused on the tip of the iceberg the protests of the violence the repercussions but you have been talking of what's going on beneath the networks of people building power over time the organization what do you think we can do to tell the story of protest better folks in the media need to ask themselves why do we feel compelled to tell these stories in these ways what do we believe about our audience about what they're ready to hear and what they're ready to listen to we can then have a conversation about whether the human stories that need to be shared that connect the dots people think that somehow Minneapolis was just able to do this overnight but they have been in a protracted struggle for years to get to this point if media where to tell the stories of what it took to get there that would be a different kind of conversation that has different kinds of implications and the time that it would take to tell those stories with me the focus of the story is not just around making a profit but we would actually have to honor people's time contributions much differently than the ways that we do right now are they willing to shift as an industry to live into the kind of lives that these movements are demanding in the clearing for

George Floyd's Brother testifies on Capitol Hill

AP 24 Hour News

01:10 min | Last month

George Floyd's Brother testifies on Capitol Hill

"George Boyd's brother asked lawmakers on Capitol Hill in emotional testimony to ensure his brother didn't die in vain villainy's Floyd says his brother started a movement with protesters around the world I wanted him on a joint and make the necessary changes that make law enforcement the solution and not the problem abilities Floyd says he saw the video from Minneapolis maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another based on a T. shirt more than another name on a list that won't stop growing Floyd appeared before the house Judiciary Committee and this is committee chair Jerrold Nadler millions of Americans now call out I can't breathe as a rallying cry in streets all across our country demanding a fundamental change in the culture of law enforcement and meaningful accountability for officers who commit misconduct today we answer their call the Minneapolis police department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations in an attempt to make reforms following George Floyd's death

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Minneapolis police chief ends contract negotiations with police union

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:25 sec | Last month

Minneapolis police chief ends contract negotiations with police union

"The Minneapolis police department is withdrawing from police union contract negotiations it's the first step in what chief Medaria Arradondo says would be transformational reforms to the agency in the wake of the killing of George Floyd Arredondo says a thorough review of the contract is planned he says it needs to be restructured to provide more transparency and flexibility to be true

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Minneapolis Police Department withdrawing from union negotiations

AP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | Last month

Minneapolis Police Department withdrawing from union negotiations

"Sager made Ghani Washington chief Medaria Arradondo says the Minneapolis police department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations he wants to see reforms following George Floyd's death there is nothing more debilitating to chief from an employment matter perspective that when you have grounds to terminate an officer for misconduct can you dealing with a third party mechanism that allows for that employee to not only be back on your apartment but to be patrolling in your communities he also wants new ways to intervene and spot bad officers

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Minneapolis Police Department withdrawing from union negotiations

Rush Limbaugh

00:13 sec | Last month

Minneapolis Police Department withdrawing from union negotiations

"The Minneapolis police department is withdrawing from police union contract negotiations is the first step in what their police chief said would be a transformational reforms to the agency in the wake of the death of George

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Mayor of Minneapolis addresses calls to 'defund police'

Newell Normand

00:28 sec | Last month

Mayor of Minneapolis addresses calls to 'defund police'

"This morning Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye says he wants reforms but not the kind of action demonstrators have demanded we need a full on culture shift in terms of the way the police department does business but MI for abolishing the entire department no I'm not the Minneapolis police department said today it is withdrawing from police union contract talks it's the first step in what the chief says could be transformational reforms the agency in the wake of Floyd's

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Man charged with arson of Minneapolis Third Precinct station

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Man charged with arson of Minneapolis Third Precinct station

"Acquire a man from St Paul's been charged with setting fire to a Minneapolis police station twenty three year old Brandon Michael Wolff is charged with aiding and abetting arson related to a fire set may twenty eighth at the Minneapolis police department third police precinct the criminal complaint says wolf was recently fired from his job working security admin arts hardware store after bragging on social media about taking things from the precinct when police arrested what they say he was wearing body armor and had a police duty belt with handcuffs ear piece baton and knife during an interview wolf allegedly told police he was at the third precinct may twenty eighth and push a wooden barrel into a fire knowing it would help the fire continue

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:27 min | 2 months ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KNSS

"B. O. also found that around Memorial Day the numbers of people searching for rentals and going to its site reach the highest level since March outpacing this time last year Jackie DeAngelis fox news with hazy sunshine today we will continue breezy as blowing dust moves in from western Kansas winds gusting up to thirty five miles per hour with a high in the upper eighties a few thunderstorms possible later on overnight or low fifty six that high winds on Wednesday with a high near eighty I'm K. and SS meteorologist Dan Holliday it's mostly sunny breezy eighty eight with a news update from ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. and SS I'm Dan o'neill coming up Arkansas senator Tom cotton joins Sean to discuss the new York times pulling his op ed piece thanks to the information overload our of the Sean Hannity show this is Wichita's you number one top ninety seven and thirteen thirty KM SS and if you we will be defending our police we will be dismantling our police we will be disbanding our police we will be ending our police force we can create a society it's not so over policed least we don't tolerate certain tactics I'm saying not only do we need to invest but we need the Minneapolis police department it is one hundred forty seven days until from coast to coast from order to order to shine the next our final news roundup and information overload our our news roundup in information overload our Sean Hannity show James o'keefe by the.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Saying not only do we need to invest but we need the Minneapolis police department this is an cancer and we were something beautiful there's something beautiful is gonna be rising is going to be the number of our sins and robberies and murders that's what's going to be a beautiful thing arises whenever the police guess what yeah what's amazing is that we're doing this within days of Minneapolis being burned doing the fun the police within days Minneapolis being burned and complete public disorder and people define the polices the message I took away from this we dropped on your head as a child again all this makes sense if you believe that the police are just the enforcement arm of the legal system that's the real message here billable hours you're doing the same thing in New York your city from the cops in New York City there's a lot to talk about defining the cops in New York ask for said it was important to address on a budget level the need to focus more on our young people you need to make a clear statement that our investments in our young people are our future policing matters for sure but the investments in our youth are foundational amazing she's gonna cut the funding from the from the NYPD in the aftermath of this I'm never going to kneel to the idea that America will be healed or unified by trashing the American system entirely in favor of the phone the police followers provide on it has to.

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Minneapolis City Council members to vote to disband police dept.

Pacifica Evening News

02:14 min | 2 months ago

Minneapolis City Council members to vote to disband police dept.

"A veto proof majority of the mean Minneapolis city council says it supports the disbanding of the city's police department in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd nine of the council's twelve members appeared with activist at a rally in the city park yesterday afternoon council president Lisa Bender said she and the other council members are committed to ending policing as we know it do what's necessary to keep every single member of our community safe tell the truth the Minneapolis police are not doing that our city's relationship with the Minneapolis police department it is a policing as we know it community activists have criticized the Minneapolis department for years for what they say is a racist and brutal culture that resist change councilmember Jeremiah Allison son of Attorney General Keith Ellison said the council will launch a year long process of community engagement to figure out new ways to keep the community safe we did a study last year of nine one one calls and we realize that out that one of the top calls the police make our for our what we call emotionally disturbed persons or mental health calls do we need to use a for someone with the use of force background to answer that call do we need a gun present a call like that do we need a gun president Atta and a call for forged twenty dollar bill I think that I think that the engine that is now and we've got it but we've never as a country leaned into figuring out how do we address issues like this without force and and I think that my my colleagues and I are committed to figuring that out the state of Minnesota launched a civil rights investigation of that apartment last week and the first concrete changes came on Friday when the city agreed to ban chokeholds and neck restraints

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Democrat Biden opposes push to defund police, campaign says

Rush Limbaugh

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Democrat Biden opposes push to defund police, campaign says

"Two weeks since Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis a six hour viewing underway in Houston where he grew up ahead of his funeral service and burial the mass protests that have swept the country ever since leading to a new debate over defunding police Minneapolis council members banded together and promise to dismantle the Minneapolis police department now the major announcement council members say they have a veto proof majority and will be moving forward with steps to end the police department to policy and budget decisions however Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry it at odds with city council members he said he will not be fun police boxes mass in in Minneapolis president trump blaming that radical left FOR de funding proposals and tweeting more support for law and order well Joe Biden's presidential campaign says he supports the need for reform but not the funding

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Minneapolis City Council Members Announce Intent To Disband The Police Department, Invest In Proven Community ...

WBZ Midday News

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Minneapolis City Council Members Announce Intent To Disband The Police Department, Invest In Proven Community ...

"Back in Minneapolis city leaders are thinking about and considering disbanding the entire police department a majority of Minneapolis city council members call the city's relationship with the Minneapolis police department toxic they wanted to spend the entire department and create a new system for community policing mayor Jacob fry tells ABC's Good Morning America he supports major police reforms by tie for entirely abolishing the police department no I'm not Frye was shouted down at a weekend rally for not supporting the effort to disband the department now indoors by enough city council members to override any mayoral veto Ribeiro A. B. C. news

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Police back off as peaceful protests push deep reforms

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Police back off as peaceful protests push deep reforms

"The body of George Floyd has arrived in Texas for a third and final memorial service of Ewing is planned for later today in Houston followed by a service imperial tomorrow in suburban Caroline's Texas also later today direct shop and the officer film pressing is the on Floyd snack is scheduled to make his first court appearance in Minneapolis where Floyd died a majority of the city council has vowed to dismantle the city's eight hundred member police department but when Mary Jacob fry showed up among protesters and said he opposed that idea the protesters responded accordingly what do you see of WCCO TV the state of Minnesota has launched a civil rights investigation into the Minneapolis police department I'm I. Kampen

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Police back off as peaceful protests push deep reforms

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Police back off as peaceful protests push deep reforms

"The body of George Floyd has arrived in Texas for a third and final memorial service of Ewing is planned for later today in Houston followed by a service imperial tomorrow in suburban Caroline's Texas also later today direct shop and the officer film pressing is the on Floyd snack is scheduled to make his first court appearance in Minneapolis where Floyd died a majority of the city council has vowed to dismantle the city's eight hundred member police department but when Mary Jacob fry showed up among protesters and said he opposed that idea the protesters responded accordingly what do you see of WCCO TV the state of Minnesota has launched a civil rights investigation into the Minneapolis police department I'm I. Kampen

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KTOK

"We are back with a fox news alert major changes are coming to the Minneapolis police force and make calls to dismantle the department Minneapolis after another day of protests now another protester day the Twin Cities area your stand records for this deal C. as being right now so activists are really trying to keep it safe and secure here in Minneapolis city council yesterday held an emergency cast changes prohibiting police from using chokeholds and never strains and strengthening requirements for officers intervene in situations like yours for example has to be okayed by judges at least three Minneapolis city council members have now banded together insisting they will work to dismantle the Minneapolis police department read more community oriented system Minneapolis council member Jeremiah listen to some of the state's Attorney General tweeted out police are in the city taxpayers of money with massive budgets and settlements we ought to dismantle the Minneapolis police department and my work done not simply going to pull it back together going to dramatic thing public safety and emergency response really past due however many of us mayor Jacob Frye says he would not sign off on dismantling the police department in a statement the mayor does not support abolishing the police department is committed to working with community towards deep structural reforms that address systemic racism in our laws and the police I will have to be on the precipice of.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Filed a human rights charge against the Minneapolis police department over the death of George Floyd governor Tim Walz says the human rights department is launching an investigation this is the first time that the state is launching a civil rights investigation into the systemic discriminatory practices of the largest police department in the state it is also the only investigation surrounding the killings of George Ford focus and on the policies and practices implemented by the Minneapolis police department when the Minnesota department of Human Rights find civil rights violations they seek structural change to prevent discrimination from occurring again governor wall says the state is working to reach an agreement with the police department to make immediate interim steps to address racial discrimination another day of protests and unrest LA leaders say it's time to tackle institutional racism we have a responsibility to set the tone set the table for the rest of this country I like councilman herb Wesson says recommendations are coming we got a problem with the lack of police accountability we got the problem of the loss of life of black men councilman marquis Harris Dawson just what Minnesota is the only place unarmed black men end up mysteriously dead as a result of interactions with the police it's not the only place it happens happened right down the street from city hall he points to the fatal shooting of a homeless man known as Africa in two thousand fifteen on Skid Row as council members call for change members of the public are telling them to start with mayor Eric Garcetti's budget plan includes bonuses and raises four LAPD officers even as other departments face cuts and furloughs unacceptable it cannot be pushed his money needs to be going towards recovering small businesses and education and healthcare feel seven David Bruce says he and his colleagues need to work with the public to change the fundamental structures of city government click your past Utah KNX ten seventy newsradio a tech executive from Pacific palisades is the latest person to plead guilty in the college admissions bribery scandal Peter demerits admitted in his plea agreement that he paid three hundred thousand dollars in bribes to get his son into George town university as a phony tennis recruit the plea agreement calls for a sentence of third of twenty and twenty one months of home confinement due to serious medical conditions involving the Maris's close family members plus a ninety five thousand dollar fine three fifty plus check your money here's Mona Rivera Mike and Karen stocks edged higher with Wall Street not all that concerned about the growing unrest the Dow climbed two hundred and sixty eight points one percent the S. and P. gained twenty percent the nasdaq gained more than half a percent which was lower much of the day finished slightly higher in the face of employee backlash CEO mark Zuckerberg had a video chat with workers today and he defended his hands off policy regarding president trump's inflammatory posts gun makers rallied for a second day due to the civil unrest and the possibility of troops being deployed Amazon deliveries are being disrupted by looters and vandals one driver canceling his shift for the week after seeing video of that Amazon van in Santa Monica being looted in broad daylight bank of America is pledging to donate a billion dollars over the next four years to address economic and racial inequality we check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour Heim Bloomberg's Mona wrote they are off from the H. M. S. capital money desk can extend seventy newsradio feeders is testing an antiviral against the corona virus will have the details coming up in ninety seconds is three fifty one if you're one of the millions who.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

11:52 min | 1 year ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Interest from like anybody surrounding this whole issue of Keith Ellison and these allegations against him. But Minneapolis police department said they will not be handling the matter involving congressman Keith Ellison due to a conflict of interest or the appearance of a conflict of interest. I think mainly the appearance of a conflict of interest is what's I play here. The the thing is the end of the articles. What's interesting, and we'll get a little bit more of the other part of it. But Ellison said yesterday that he was mulling. Whether he will continue his position as deputy chair of the Democratic National Committee. Why why I mean, why would he why would he ever consider stepping down from that position of his responses to these allegations are to be believed? Right. He said he needed to put one hundred percent of his time energy and resources into the race. I actually think in October. He's made that decision not when he ran for not when he decided that he was gonna run for attorney general, but a bunch of. BS? I think there's a I think that that's a very telling thing I think that he knows that that race is a lot tighter than he thought. It was going to be these allegations are having an impact he had the attorney for care Monahan was on Fox News earlier this morning talking about this whole thing. I think he's there's a level of truth to that is going. Yeah, I really need to devote more time to this. Because this is not going to be nearly the the cakewalk that I thought it was going to be and we've heard from a number of listeners who shot us emails of that that that have come across or DFL campaign workers, you know, they like to hand out there candidate sheets, like you're all the candidates here on the need to vote for I've heard from at least four people that have gotten those candidates sheets and Keith Ellison wasn't on them. From the DFL interesting. Yeah. Everybody but Keith Ellison. So so there, you know, look, there's there's there's more to this than than they're letting on this investigation that the DFL did was not independent kind of a joke. They reached the same conclusion that have been reached with cavenaugh in that they can't be substantiated because it is just a he said she said, right? But when it comes to cavenaugh, suddenly we're supposed to we're supposed to be all upset and assume that this guy let gang rape circles or some nonsense. But when it comes to Keith Ellison who has a history of this dating back with previous relationships is not the first time that he's faced such allegations were supposed to we're supposed to just take him at his word. Mid in the investigation. He admitted calling her things I can't say on the radio, right? Right. And that's and by the way, that's not normal for all the. I just to say that because I've heard from a number of different people that were actually dead serious when they made this comment. They're like, well, yeah, you're in any relationship long enough. Eventually that kind of stuff is going to come out. No, no, not Chand. No. Twenty one years eighteen. Yeah. Never editor. Those words I've never come out of my mouth in anger at my darling bride. Yeah. Young Sam if any man says that to you I trust that you will you will have the appropriate and painful response. Correct. They'll be two broken bones that day one of his and one of her. Pretty much. Two or three sounds. You know, the the sound of the hit the sounds of the bone break inside of the body hitting the floor. To what you said true to to drew. You know, it is it is. She said the awful he said and in this case, unfortunately for Karen Monaghan. No one's gonna believe her without the video. And that's and that's just the reality. No one no one who doesn't have partisan blinders on the left all the folks that have partisan blinders. Right. Right. Right. Comes to this. So does that matter. Right. You know, we're not going to believe her without the without the without the video the video evidence. Keith Ellison is going around the state. I respect women except when I'm in a relationship with them. Yeah. And I call them beware. Beware. Words and I dragged him off beds. But no seriously believe me when I say, I I respect women, and there's going to be so many women that are going to go out there and vote for him. It's really disgusting. Maybe it was a pet name. You know, I. Thought that in my head for a moment. And then and I don't think that's the case. I don't think that works. I don't think that really works on unlike any on any level. No, not at any level of mine. So you know, you were talking earlier about how motivated yard vote how much more motivated you are to vote in these upcoming elections, and you weren't twenty sixteen and you were incredibly motivated in two thousand sixteen but you know, the the vortex of stupid that we've been dealing with for the last two years. Just got you even more motivated that's me with this AG race. You know, I I I know the governor's race is very important. And I'm rooting for Jeff Johnson. And in the Senate races are very important. And I'm rooting for house m ruin for Newburgh. I want I want I want to see Minnesota turn red. I really do. I think it'd be very good for the state, but man that age erase Keith Ellison gets that office the things that he's going to do with that office are just gonna be horrendous for this state, and it's going to be it's an it'll be a national embarrassment for Minnesota. If Minnesota sends this guy. To the attorney general's office. We're keeping an eye on what's going on with cavenaugh. We're going to get to Mitch McConnell and the moves that he's making in the Senate breaking news right now. And we'll give you the relevancy of this here in just a moment. But he has now moved filed the motion to end debate. That's big band. News. The thirty hour. That's big big. That's big big news. Yeah. What was the thirty hours? And it pushes the vote possibly happening tomorrow. Is that is that what you're seeing? Now. That's what I that's what I believe that is the case. I'm okay. I'm no expert on Senate rules are complex and arbitrary. Much like our news quiz on Friday. But yeah, I believe once wants debate has ended. I believe that triggers that thirty hour window. So we could get a vote. What would that be? Let's see that would be about the tomorrow afternoon. Well, yeah, I'm looking at the I I have I had the list here. All let's do this. I've got to here. Let's let's let's spend some time on it here in a moment. Let's see if we can't find the the the confirmation on it because there may have been a step in regards to how this works that has been overlooked because my understanding had been regardless especially since he didn't do it yesterday that it couldn't happen until Saturday. So let's get to this Russia collusion. And then we'll we'll spend some time and try to get a try to get a final will was that your final answer. Right. How did they do that who wants to be millionaire? We need to do. We didn't do a is that your final answer who do you? Call lifeline your phone, a friend, a friend Sam Sam? Yes. Find out when they can take this vote. Okay. Out of the hill. Congressional investigators did confirm that a top F B I official met with Democratic Party lawyers to talk about allegations of Donald Trump Russia collusion weeks before the two thousand sixteen election, and that's not all before the bureau secured that search warrant targeting Trump's campaign what the FBI met with Democratic Party lawyers to talk about these allegations. And then went and searched for the search warrant targeting Trump's campaign. A former FBI general counsel James Baker met during the two thousand sixteen session with at least one attorney from Perkins Kui Democratic National Committee private law firm, the firm used by DNC and Hillary Clinton's campaign to secretly paid for the research firm, fusion GPS and Christopher Steele, the former British intelligence operative to compile a dossier of corroborated raw intelligence, alleging Trump and Moscow were colluding to hijack hijack the presidential election. So the revelation was confirmed in both the contemporaneous evidence and testimony secured by a joint investigation of Republicans on the House Judiciary and government oversight committee's. According to the sources what this means is the FBI had good reason to suspect. The dossier was connected to the DNC's main law firm and was the product of the democrat democratic opposition research effort to defeat Trump yet failed to disclose that information to the fisa court in October of two thousand sixteen. Yeah. Because it would have taken their war. Yep. Exactly. You're exactly right. That's why they didn't disclose it to the fisa court. They wanted the warrant. They wanted to survey them because. Peter Struck and Lisa page. We're very much involved with this. And they did not want Trump to win the election, or in the very case that he did the worst case scenario that he did they wanted evidence. They wanted something that could make him seem illegitimate and fuel the talks for impeachment as soon as he won what this this. Okay. So what we're spending back to here is remember a couple of weeks ago when President Donald Trump said that he was going to go and declassify a bunch of documents as it relates to these Fiso warrants what we saw prior to that. With Fiso was the Peter Struck Lisa page situation when it came to Hillary Clinton and her emails, this is specifically about the warrant that was used for Trump the spying that was allegedly done on the Trump campaign prior to the election taking place, this particular bombshell is a part of those soon to be at some point declassified, set of information and documents those documents. We're supposed to be declassified as we mentioned last week were sent over to the inspector general, and the sort of the the scuttle around that was the president did that because the I g has not issued their full report yet on that Fiso warrant fusion GPS and the the potential intrusion into the trunk camp. The Trump campaign those documents being declassified given to the I g some speculate that the reason why that happened was. So that the I g new, hey, you better make sure this report is on the up and up fully detailed and has all the information because you know, what we know all about what it should go and entail. So once this whole cavenaugh thing is done fully expect obviously the Russia collusion story is gonna turn about right back around again, especially I would imagine to this happens over the weekend with cavenaugh it's probably gonna pop back up in the next week or so given the midterms are right around the corner. So. It'll be interesting to see how this plays out in regards to that. What moves the Republicans make in the and the the administration makes to put some of this information out there to sort of handle that narrative popping back up once again. Back to this article real quick. I just want to read one more part of it the revelations that are that are that are released in this piece by John Solomon that the hill illustrate a new how much the FBI Justice department have withheld from the public about their collaboration and collusion with clearly partisan elements of the Clinton campaign and the DNC this bombshell unequivocally shows that the real collusion was between the FBI the DNC Hillary and Trump hating British Intel officer to influence the election. Let's it's it's all right here. Six five one nine eight nine five eight five five as we swing things back to this FBI investigation and report being released and the upcoming vote on Brett Cavanaugh Allen mankato's. Good morning. Alan go ahead..

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"As well. She says they don't know yet at this point whether or not distracted driving was a factor, Susie Jones. Double UCLA, Minneapolis. Police department will not investigate allegations of domestic violence made against congressman Keith Ellison. In a statement issued this afternoon. The department says due to a conflict of interest or appearance of a conflict Minneapolis police. Will not investigate the allegations made by Karen Monaghan, an ex girlfriend of Ellison. The minneapolis. Police department says it is in communication with other law enforcement agencies in may refer the case to them. Meanwhile, Ellison was on WCTC or radio today. Talking about those allegations made by Monaghan he was asked by WC CEO's, Dave Lee, if he understands why people are comparing his case to the situation with judge Brad Kavanagh, absolutely not. There's there. No similarities every case is separate different. Every case has its own facts. Every case needs to be evaluated on Faxon. You know for people to try to mix, you know, the situation in that one. Are there just making a mistake because or their political motives in doing? So I'll simply say that the the cases are completely different needs to be evaluated differently. Ellison continues to deny the allegations made by Monaghan also during that interview today else and says he is reevaluating his vice chair position with the Democratic National Committee for the first time ever. We all got a presidential emergency alert on our phones at one eighteen this afternoon. Kevin Reid is the deputy director of homeland security and emergency management for Minnesota. We're charged to be prepared. And hope it never happens. This is an event of multiple attack multiple events going on. So maybe there's one in the west coast of the east coast where we have to tell everybody this is a bad. This would be a bad day. He says it's an opportunity to talk with your loved ones about what you would do in.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Third video slowed down and stabilize California parental video firm higher by the Minneapolis police department appears to show. A gun in Blevins pants and in his hand shortly before more than a dozen shots were fired killing him k. Brad Carson filling in today for Chad Hartman WC CEO Thurman Blevins was. A human being and. He. Lost, his. Life That sad okay that is obviously sad Thurman. Blevins had a responsibility To stop with the police officers. Asked him to stop Thurman Blevins chose to carry a. Gun even though he's a felon and shouldn't, have won Thurman blessing decided to walk down a neighborhood and let's face, it who, hasn't just, carrying around a bottle of gin. Walked down, neighborhood, shot fired, a gun, in the air, I mean honestly if generally you know, in most neighborhoods people come out and join, the party bring their guns out and firemen air too No he's, a danger, he's a danger and he was. A troubled, individual, and it, sucks that, he's dead but, as we heard earlier from Lieutenant Bob, crawled president of the police union in Minneapolis Where was his family. Where it was decided he as he led his, entire life and this is not uncommon In inner cities For young men to go young African American men To begin a spiral spiral down A chain of of crimes Some becoming more, violent some becoming more dangerous Thurman blevins Is responsible Police officers were doing. Their job they were there to protect and to serve the neighbors in this community where where are the? The protesters what about the neighbors This wasn't. A case of the police. Coming in and we're going to go hunt some people we're going to be we're going to go down Hutton an, African American man we're going. To kill him now they were. Responding to a very dangerous situation that could escalate very quickly and it can happen in a heartbeat and? That's what happened here But some I just. I guess I'm a little disappointed by all the silence from the politicians because they liked this stuff to fester even. If they disagree with that They like this to fester because, it could mean political gain for And then the professional protesters come in I. Think, we saw some of. That yesterday yes. We saw family. Members I get it I get it Your calls are. Welcome here guy six five one, nine nine nine two two six had a little..

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KGO 810

"This is why there needs to be independent civilian review boards sorry i know the cops don't like it and i support the police and they're very difficult jobs particularly here they have really our jobs but the office of police conduct review a division of the city's department of civil rights found this they did the draft report was narrowly circulated in city hall not disseminated to the public star tribune in minneapolis obtained a copy this is why investigative journalism also matters this was being hidden from public view the cops were using the emergency medical personnel to violate the civil liberties of suspects some of whom and by the way even when there was no apparent crime so not even a suspect give them the ketamine subdue them that's just so wrong that's like german east german police the stasi remember that word stasi i know carolyn you're too young cold war was over when you were born for everybody who lived through the cold war at all stasi were renowned for their horrible techniques of spying on every east german i mean that sounds like something new i suspect you of something give him the kademi knock them out he'll wake up later oh so they stop breathing and their heart stopped working this is in minneapolis minnesota very curious where else this would have gone on and by the way it is it is the even the minneapolis police department manual classifies ketamine as a date rape drug for its powerful sedative impact and ability to a race or alter memory i'm i want to know who the civil rights are who are going to make millions of dollars suing the minneapolis police department and the health care in the emergency medical personnel and companies that employed them for violating the civil rights to these people i'm just i'm telling you that this is this they will lose in court they will lose in court and i want anybody else who has had this happen to them start calling civil rights attorneys right now that's happening to you anywhere here in the bay area you were injected with ketamine by the emergency medical personnel what after being restrained to further subdue you what even when these by the way the key here the report found examples when ems workers use the drug on people who do not fit description of their authorized to do this.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The president's day decision the head of the organisation writes quote american families deserve a military that's focused solely on readiness and national defense it's five 45 changes are coming to the minneapolis police department after that shooting death of an australian bride this past month beginning saturday officers must turn on their body cameras one responding to any call an audit is also underway to determine how the eightmonth old body camera policy has been going in terms of training and compliance with good is a camera if it is not being used would it may be the most from this day forward in the minneapolis police department we want to add strength to our expectations body warned cameras must be on during this month's shootings the officers involved did not have their body cameras turned on outrage surrounding that shooting also led to the police chief chief resigning united airlines is facing a lawsuit over the death of a giant rabbit the lawsuit claims of the rabbit named simon was on an april flight from london to chicago when he was found dead in an airport cannell now simon was expected to be the largest rabbit in the world and was expected to be used raise money for the iowa state fair the suit alleges a pattern of wrongful treatment by of pets by united and a cover up of simon's death any damages awarded in this lawsuit will be donated to the iowa state fair it's 547 ford truck owners listen up a new release from indiana state police says is that your car can be at greater risk to being stolen now state police say that the fseries pickup trucks are some of the most stolen vehicles in our state right now it's all part of an ongoing trend in the state now last year metro police also investigating investigated a string of truck thefts officials say that the trucks are popular for thieves because of their parts especially their motors and catalytic converters they are hot commodities it's 547 let's check in with todd clawson on a rainy start bear dealing with an isolated downpours out there that's why it's a storm james 600 lurd day and it's not just this morning lauren that we're going to be dealing with these downpours it's really throughout the entire day in fact probably the become a little more numerous later on this afternoon our main threat with these rain as the move through will be some localized flooding not expecting any widespread.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The obamacare and the never any parade of stupid that is the minneapolis city council justice and drew on twin cities news talk am 1130 an 1035 fm so my my slowly gauging slowly attling mind did the recovery that last point that i was gonna get to your before wednesday the brig regarding these proposals that are being put forward by candidates for mayor in minneapolis harding major changes revolutionary changes to the minneapolis police department are we were talking about raymond dean who's a current state legislator who is running for mayor of minneapolis who proposed that officers don't carry their guns all the time that they actually keep them in the car and only retrieve them when the situation warrants them of being armed going new situation defined by some criteria that's yet to be established jacob fray whose occurrence city council member also suggested reform he said when in this from the start tribune we need massive reform not tomorrow not next week we needed today there is a total lack of confidence in the mayor's office and the minneapolis police department right now people need to feel comfortable calling nine one one frei said the police department must presume of misconduct when body cameras are not activated as happened when officer mohammad nor fired his gun through an open patrol car window killing damon he said police must be trained to exhaust all reasonable alternatives before using deadly force de deadly force in the department should use technology that automatically activates body cameras perhaps when an officer draws his or her god this is a clear objective reform that needs to take place frei said skipping down to accumulate be pounds contribution to the conversation she said every layer versus from of government has rubber stamped and reinforce police culture leaving many apple most residents both vulnerable and fearful and correct to believing that justice is elusive when.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on 1A

"How much of a interest the australian people had taken to this case in were just shocked and surprised that this could happen in america and so i i think is is the the end up lacey president told me it just seems like by having that type of influence behind this particular case definitely had to have some type of impact talk a little bit also about the officer who is involved in the shooting as understand it was a very significant higher for minneapolis is significant somali community yeah we'll muhammad noor was a cadet in 2015 that's when he got through the program he is one of several somali officers on the force the minneapolis police department has made a point to try to push forward diversity on the force in because minnesota has actually the largest somali population of anywhere outside of somalia they fell in in much those concentrated here in minneapolis that there needs to be more representation of of somalis on the force in so while muhamad door was not the first it was significant to have him on the force he was patrolling an area of self minneapolis where there is a significant somali population and the the police department has has has seen payoffs by having somali officers on the force i i remember there is a case in 2010 there was a horrific triple murderer in at a convenience store in a as somali neighborhood and there was a excuse me the neighbors somali neighbors reached out to a somali officer and gave him tips that help them bring the suspect in and eventually the man who was convicted to prison so.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on WGTK

"Through august said he wants to give the press office a clean slate in the briefing room scare emoji announced spicer's replacement sarah huckabee sanders gonna be the press secretary sanders who has been the principal deputy press secretary read a statement from president trump about spicer i'm grateful for chan's work on behalf of lead ministration and the american people the staff changes come as the administration faces an ongoing russia meddling investigation and is struggling to pass the healthcare bill in congress greg clugston the white house and unarmed australian woman's fatal shooting by a minneapolis police officer who's a somali american has turned to the unwelcome spotlight on the city's somali community some negative comments coming from mm us representative michelle bachman she suggested the officerinvolved muhammad noor may have shot just the and for cultural reasons meanwhile the minneapolis mayor betsy haunches announcing last night the resignation that the police chief today harto guinea hertel has served the minneapolis police department and the people have minneapolis for thirty years with vision determination in strength corresponded jackie quinn reports even though some clauses of the trump administration travel ban are at affect us rim cordwell here the full case october to federal appeals court grachev said the ban violates the constitution or federal law but the supreme court did allow parts to take effect this week the justices sided with the administration in blocking a part of a court ruling that had eased entry for refugees who have relationships with refugee resettlement agencies in the us more of these stories at town home dot com dennis prager here and for two years now i've been telling you about my wife sue who trod relief factor because of her deep pain and at worked bush's before i ever even heard about the product i'd never endorsed a pain reliever but now i am and yes now i'm taking relief factor two maybe you've heard me call it a miracle in fact listen to what amanda from texas road i was having pain in my left thumb area and left side of my leg for miami about four inches up after about a week of taking relief factor the pain in my leg has gone away and a few days later the pain in my left hand is god we've gotten thousands of these testimonials and if you're struggling with ongoing back her neck pain shoulder hip knee pain or general muscle aches and pain do what my wife.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The penny heavily policed per we just we gets spoke and we just start shooting at random directions until something dies in which doesn't strike me as particularly productive way of doing things now you can you later the feet of ginny harto maybe i don't know but i i lessthanconvinced as you can no doubt tell that geneva harto was the problem here and i don't think that substituting whoever this this guy or gala can't even tell is who they who hodges appointed to replace her is necessarily going to go to the root of the problem and corrective because the root of the problem and granted it's early on and on the investigation is ongoing a new facts surely will emerge and will continue to track them will continue to talk about them and bring them cheer tension and and as new information comes in my perspective our perspective will up perot free at least change but for the time being given what we know at this moment it seems likely that the the real culprit here in terms of this specific shooting had to do with fast tracking a somali american for inclusion within the minneapolis police department and without going through the same standards and the same rigor as other candidates for the job a required and the that's that's that's backed up by the facts themselves like how he reacted just before we knew anything else just the fact that he was a passenger seat with a gun in his lap shut across the chest of his partner herity an and shot a woman in her pajamas just that alone tells you that he was positioned in such a way oriented in such a way that was unusual for minneapolis police further there's there been comments that have emerged in the news from people who know the guy who say that he's jumpy say that he's he's he's kind of scatterbrained say that he he was that they were surprised that's the thing usually when you have it incident let's say some what he they discover serial killer in your neighborhood right the the.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The same time give them a sense of hope and wellbeing a reading here are you ready for this the minneapolis police department to noting this is just at achievement and this department of justice program to reach out to the muslims in this country who have come to this country from other places his refugees the minneapolis meeting here this is a quote the minneapolis police department increase increased its number of somali police officers which has helped increase legitimacy in the community so in other words in order for the officers to be deep in order for the minneapolis police department to be deemed legitimate within the somali refugee community the idea came down from the obama justice department hey start recruiting somalis into the police department there you'll see legitimate so 'nother words there were special opportunities made for somalis to join the police force special opportunities now when i think of our police force everybody should have the same opportunity you want to serve you got to qualify but special opportunities were made other read this again and i'll read it in its entirety the minneapolis police department increased its number of somali police officers which has helped to increase legitimacy in the community these officers have trained it that apartment on the somali culture the police to pop department is also dedicated community engagement teams focused on building trust with the community it's all right here folks by suspicions have just been confirmed as a pilot program that was launched in minneapolis a pilot program a pilot program it stemmed from the white house in 2011 releasing the quote empowering local partners to prevent violent extremism in the united states three cities minneapolis boston and la were selected as pilot cities this was part of a pilot program brought to you by the obama administration in order to bring legitimacy of the police department went into the.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A government report said a man later identified as camelot say at set up hundreds of accounts for russian brokers into us banks the report said the accounts were used to possibly launder over one billion dollars from russian and eastern european companies gave a lot say was not charged in that case his lawyer said at the time that he did nothing illegal and he accused the gao of a witchhunt anthony jeff thank you jeff the minneapolis police chief is calling for an outside investigation into the shooting death of a yoke good teacher by an officer saturday night but the department has said next to nothing about how it happened gene ukusa now on what she's learned forty year old justin dimond a yoga instructor in life coach was described by many who knew her as a bright light what i wanna do is make miracles than on today damon's father spoke from australia we only ask that the light of justice shinedown on the circumstances of her death the officer who fired the fatal shot as mohammad nor a second officer with the minneapolis police department the first somali american officer higher for the fifth precinct his hiring was seen as a way to build trust between an immigrant community and law enforcement are deby he is a community leader we have an officer who could be the members held him in high regard who's involving death and that's why people are demanding answers since joining the department officer nor has had three complaints filed against him he was sued after an.

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"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"minneapolis police department" Discussed on KOIL

"A news story number one story in the news here in the twin cities where i live it's a big story across the united states and it's currently the number one story in the news in australia it's a story about a police shooting is these incidents have come to be known but it's a police shooting with a twist actually several twists it's an interesting story the facts still love largely unknown as we talk today which is a little bit surprising because the incident occurred late last saturday night and it started with a nine one one call to the minneapolis police department there was a woman named just steen a damond actually day raymond was the name of her fiance's they were not yet married that she was using his name adjusting damond is a 40yearold was a 40yearold white woman and her husband was out of town on a business trip so she was telling a business trip and so she was home alone on at their house in south minneapolis this is a nice prosperous neighbourhood where this couple lived and late saturday night she thought that she heard sounds that could be a sexual assault coming from the alley behind her house there there were reports of a of a woman screaming in the alley and so she called 911 and benign one one call was answered by a minneapolis police department squad car with two officers at.

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