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"moesby" Discussed on Horror Soup
"How. I met your mother when ted moesby is supposed to be talking to the audience. But it's actually what's his name. Bob sag bob second. Yeah what is bob. Saggy do the voice. I have literally. And i feel like he probably signed onto that is just like. Oh yeah fuck it. Whatever and then they did like a nine seasons of these like why do i still have to come in and do this and i'm going to do as much as i don't like family guy like they made one really good joke back in the day which was like and i think it was a pressure was family but they were like yet. Why the fuck is like how i met. Your mother does ted. Mozambique guy voiced by bob. Sag maybe that wasn't even. Maybe i'm getting family. I credit but i'm pretty sure his family guy could just be remembering wrong. Like yeah wiseguy. Who's like only a few years older than the character. He's playing voiced by bob sagging. He could just voice himself himself. It makes no and i never realised never realized how bad that was until like a year or two ago. Were like well no no to go. But like years. After that i watched your mother religiously and i'm watching clips and stuff and i'm like why the fuck is bob saggy voicing him you know the one thing that i've always wondered about how much the main casts have all gone on to be fairly successfully node except for lily robbins. Doing the marvel stuff. Lilly did some stuff and she was already pretty famous before the show anyway. Lots of articles have been about how she's doing nothing lately. I think we talked about all. Also blood episode did we. I don't know. I feel like she's done enough She's canada yet. I mean you've worked as hard as she had from american pie through buffy. Through how am i. Tr- mother say worked hard on american pie. I love american pie. But don't say worked hard in american pie. that's ridiculous. Obviously jason segel's done stuff fucking dead movies been in like one movie since. Here's the thing. Though i think will everything that i read. He made the most money on that. Show oh so. I'm pretty sure. He made way more money than i shit because he's the least entertaining part. Easily say well wait. Oh no yeah. He is okay..
"moesby" Discussed on Undisclosed
"That's a man who's being prosecuted for he was the first person who was shot by Baltimore police after the death of Freddie, gray. But the difference is that first of all Keith lived and second of all instead of trying the officers for shooting at him. The state's attorney Marilyn Moseley is in fact, prosecuting ham. And I think at that point when I found out about it. I think he had already gone through his first trial hostile fleet. He'd definitely been charged for the murder by that point. And so it reached this kind of level of craziness where people were sort of like, wait. There's another case that you're starting went. And so that he was mentioned. To somebody. You know, that that people were sort of saying about him that he was he was Freddie, gray. If Freddie gray had lived, essentially sort of suggesting that Freddie gray had survived his encounter with police and various aforce that instead of seeking Justice for him. They would have been prosecuting him for some sort of crime. They would have found something to sort of pin on him just as they have will case Royden Kelly. What's your reaction when you find out that not only are the police in the case not going to be prosecuted? But instead that Keith is going to be prosecuted for these crimes, it was kinda odd at the moment. Simply because we didn't find out about it at the same time. We found out about these things like in pieces like we would go to court after postponement at the it. And then it will come out that oh, these officers we can't go to court because no one's top to them. And then it will come out there. Oh, this one no one's giving a statement. So when Keith was actually in trial when we found out that no one had ripe. I Trump started. No one talk to officers. I mean, we knew that he was being charged. What we, you know, our thing was I kept feeling like, well, you know, once they talked to the officers, they'll know that it doesn't make sense. And it'll be all cleared up in in that day never came because you know, they didn't talk to officers. They just kinda when after Keith. So it was it was confusing, but it was also infuriating because you know, Marlon Moesby with someone that we thought, you know, as soon as she got hold of this. She would do what she had done with Freddie, gray. So it was a pretty frustrating process into that point Amelia, you note new episode it's impossible to take this case in a vacuum. It's really part of this continuum starts back in twenty four teen. We have Marilyn Moesby being elected state's attorney for Baltimore City when she is elected. She's the youngest top prosecutor in a major US city generates twenty fifteen. She swore office three months after that. We have the arrested, Freddie, gray on April twelve twenty fifteen and as I noted. You were one of the hosts and investigators for the Freddie gray series and preliminaries who might be nude on disclosed. Can you give us a thumbnail of what happens when Freddie gray was arrested chef fell his case caught a lot of attention in part because it was captured on citizen cellphone video. So pregnant was chased by three Baltimore police by obsers doing bike duty that day. He was chased for still unclear reasons why the officer said that Freddie, locked eyes with him, and then took off running which in Baltimore, according to the police's reason to chase when they caught him. They arrested him as parents for what they call the switchblade in a legal knife are sort of a segment is that it was not illegal knife. But point being he was put in at the scene when he was being arrested. He was screaming in obvious pain. And so the video caught a lot of attention because it was so. So upsetting to watch that went viral, and what happened from there was sort of source of some mystery. He was put inside a police transport van theoretically to be taken either down to the district on the western district in in Baltimore or to central booking. What ended up happening was that van according to the belief made four additional stops before going back to the district by the time that the band got back to the district about forty five minutes after Freddie was initially arrested. He was found unconscious, not breathing. And then when they took him to the hospital..
"moesby" Discussed on Pod Save the People
"So Baltimore has the highest motivate among the nation's biggest cities, and it also has one of the most broken complicated relationships between police citizens who live in those communities. Additionally, the city's enforcement of the marijuana laws has fallen premix -clusive -ly on African Americans. And as a result of this sort of confluence of factors recently, the city's top prosecutor Marilyn Moesby announced that she would no longer pretty much bother with marijuana cases. And she's arguing that it would improve police community relations allow law. Enforcement to devote more time to serious violent crime. The kind that's often going Lund's solved. So they tend to be two arguments around this issue one is that people say marijuana is linked to violent crime, and that is a waste of valuable resources at its often racially discriminatory. The second things that folks say that letting go marijuana cases actually makes communities safer because it creates the potential for seeds of trust to germinate neighborhoods where the chief complaint is that officers are more concerned with stopping and frisking and getting these sort of low level drug offenders than they are with solving actual violent crimes, and what happens is that community feel like they are both over police for minor infractions in under protected from violence, and it should be noted that just because you stop arresting people for we doesn't mean that people are going to automatically start trusting you or that police misconduct or discrimination will go away. Baltimore has been plagued with police scandals over the past few years really over decades most noticeably the case of the Baltimore police gun trace task force whose members rob residents. Implanted evidence. There was the body. Cam videos, that appeared show officers staging the discovery of evidence, and you know, the list goes on and on and on. And so this is all say, this is a positive move. A move many think Moses should have made before a move that more big city. Prosecutors are beginning to engage in an implement in their cities. It should also be noted that the Baltimore police department is not digging. What most be his proposed in the police chief is said that they have no plans to implement any sort of change with the way that they approach marijuana arrests..
"moesby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Attorney Marilyn Moesby files a rarely used petition attended to vacate nearly five thousand convictions for possession of pot Moesby argues. An extraordinary legal strategy is necessary to write an extraordinary wrong, particularly amongst minorities. Multiple a Baltimore man pleads guilty to making a series of bomb threats to a CNN news affiliate and a Pentagon tour office, George Thomas AC is accused of making an ISIS threat and cleaning. He was associated with a terrorist group planning on destroying a government. Building virginia. Governor Ralph north room is defending comments. He recently may concerning a women's health Bill moving through the state legislature, the Bill would loosen current restrictions on late term abortions, which require a mother to obtain confirmation from three physicians that the procedure is necessary for the overall health and well being of the mother north room. Call the tax politically motivated and denounce the personal attacks by state lawmakers misinformation has been circulating on where Virginia Democrats stand on issues related to women's reproductive health. We're here to set the record straight Virginia. Democrats are on the side of ensuring women have access to the healthcare. They need a number of Virginia state lawmaker said north room. It was in favor of infanticide. After making the comments Ronan McDaniel, chairwoman of the Republican National Committee said north. Was defending born alive. Abortions northern is also a pediatric neurosurgeon. The bitter cold the grip the mid west force commuters to bundle up like polar explorers. But by early next week, many of those same people might be able to get by with a light jacket or even short sleeves forecasts h could Klein by as much as eighty degrees over the next few days. Experts say the rapid doll was unprecedented and could create problems of its own bursting pipes, flooding rivers and crumbling roads. Sports in a moment. My father made a good living and was a good provider. But one thing he didn't do well was plan, which leaves me his only child to do everything he lives with me. Now, he's very ill. And I struggle with his Medicaid forms. His nursing care. His doctor bills his investments his will and his taxes. It is really taken a.
"moesby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Topic manitou? Yes, we are there. It is again a Wednesday here in Baltimore on Sean and Maryland's wakeup call. Talkradio six eighty WCBS coming up on the program today. Maryland Moesby says stop prosecuting marijuana possession cases. We'll take a look at the key school cover up over sex-abuse. The mayor wants the police brands to live in the city, Maryland democrat said of we'll foam. Might be more deadly than MS thirteen the wall negotiations begin today. And so does the impeach Pelosi movement will detail the judges ordered more mental evaluation for that Edgewood alleged killer, the Auschwitz states horrifying, double standard, the godless Democrats striking out under God from the Allston. Congressional committees camera dissing angel moms where is Ruth buzzy Ginsburg. Might be another hate crime hoax. This one involving a star of the TV show empire guess was nominated for the JFK profile encourage award. We've got that. For you. Coming up a little bit later on more violet a leftist incidents across the country, California. College has dumped the pledge of allegiance, and we'll tell you who the Democrats have picked to deliver these state of the union response. A socialist who laughed at the pledge of allegiance all this morning. Good in your calls and comments here this show on this Wednesday morning top story today. Well, here she goes Baltimore states. Attorney Marilyn Moesby announcing yesterday her office would cease prosecuting people for possessing marijuana, regardless of the quantity or the person's criminal history consistent with my pledge to secure Justice over convictions. I'm announcing a monumental shift and public policy as it relates to marijuana possession in the city of Baltimore, effective immediately. The Baltimore City state's attorney's office will no longer prosecute marijuana possession cases, regardless of weight and or criminal history, effective immediately. The Baltimore City state's attorney's office will prosecute possession with intent to distribute and distribution of marijuana. If those charges are based on RT evidence of intent to sell or distribute marijuana. Beyond the mere possession of it. Calling him a monumental for Justice in. Baltimore b also requested the courts vacate convictions of nearly five thousand cases of pot possession, effective immediately. The Baltimore City state's attorney's office will now mandate the referrals of all first time felony drug distribution offenders. So the aim to be more diversion program and as of ten A M this morning. My office has filed a writ of Corum Novus in both the circuit and district courts seeking to vacate the convictions of one thousand fifty cases in circuit court and three thousand seven hundred seventy eight cases in district court dating back to two thousand and eleven. So she's standing it alone. Nobody else was there. Whether the police Commissioner wasn't there. In fact, the police Commissioner former DA agent Gary tuggle said quote Baltimore police will continue to make arrests for legal marijuana possession. Unless. And until the state legislature changes the look at law regarding marijuana possession, and of quote in the mayor, she wasn't there either. But said Mobis attempting to address namely, the unnecessary criminals -ation of those who possess marijuana merely for personal use. But at the same time, we also need understand that those who deal illegal substances fuel criminality in our neighborhoods, which leads to violence, and of quote, so we have a state's attorney Frank cherry picking which laws now she's going to decide to prosecute or not. This is another example of how dysfunctional Baltimore City. Is you can't get the police department that's going on going in one direction and the state's attorney's office going in another. I mean, all this should be integrated. All this should be basically with the leaders of these various departments on the same page is worthy of discussion as to whether or not to prosecute these cases. But you can. Can't have the police is going to be an exercise in futility police could continue making the arrests for for marijuana possession. And yet when after they do all their work all the book work and everything else. Then they submit it for prosecution elite and the seats top pros. I mean, the city's top prosecutor is just going to deny it loose. Yeah. So I guess Joe. The judge will have no choice if the state's attorney decides, I'm not going to prosecute was a judge now going to be the the prosecutor in this particular case this I think is very dangerous. This leads to anarchy when you have people who are elected or appointed in law enforcement when they are choosing which laws are gonna follow first of all the possession of marijuana is against the federal laws here in Maryland in two thousand fourteen possession on what is it less than ten grams? I think is the the current law. There are less than ten grams of marijuana is is not a criminal offence. But if you're carrying, you know, a pound of it and you claim it's for personal use how do they determine whether it's for personal use or the intend to distribute and sell it. My other question is this again as long as it is the law in the state of Maryland. Don't be marijuana possessors. There's a there's a supply and demand there wouldn't be drug dealers. And there wouldn't be marijuana dealers. If there weren't people who are smoking, and possessing it, and then she gives these excuses. That. Basically, there is no public safety value in prosecuting these cases, and then goes on to say. And this is a judgmental. Call on her part that in the criminal Justice system.
"moesby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"An appeal from five Baltimore police officers against Baltimore states. Attorney Marilyn Moesby the officers were alleging they were wrongfully prosecuted for the death of Freddie, gray. So the Skoda's has punted on that one. Now, I want to get to this report in Franklin hitting into the news of late of the FBI report showing a seventeen percent spike in hate crimes nationwide. Fourteen percent spike here in Maryland. I have two problems with this report. First of all, we all know that hate crimes are despicable actually are again, undermine and counter to American values as we know them. But again, we've we've let a lot of people into this country who have not been properly vetted in who knows. And the number of hate crimes. The my question is are these the number of hate crimes that they have received convictions on or the number of reported incidents alleged. And I think it's the latter. I think it's alleged incidents of hate crimes. And again, it's forty eight in the state of Maryland. Which is it's interesting because. Forty eight may sound a lot. But you're talking about the state of how many people five million people, whatever the case may be forty eight is is a is a drop in the bucket of the on the ocean. And how many of these alleged hate crime incidents are actually investigated fully. And how many of them are fake hate crime? Now, we're not getting that statistic from the FBI because that happens all the time. It was a couple of stories last week in the news of people faking hate crimes, neither get attention to their political activists and more have people feel sorry for them. So does that count. If if there how many of the thousands, or whatever it is. And hate crimes say the FBI says there were seven thousand reported hate crimes last year. These aren't actual crimes are investigated. And they got convictions on Friday reported. Well, how many of the seven thousand were fake? Is it is a five hundred is at one thousand. Again, we don't know. I have a problem with this report today. And then the second problem that I have it is being used to pummel the president. Alleged lefty criminologists from California state, citing the spread of white nationalism begets or you think they're blaming on that door on Essex in of the anti defamation league saying that the increased hateful rhetoric and speech by certain individuals lead to hate crimes. You got the council American Islamic relations, the unindicted co-conspirator in the holy land trial Zainab Chowdhury pointing directly at the White House and President Trump. I mean, this is just being used to beat up the president. And again, I question the validity. And we'll Jim of these so-called reported hate crimes. Well, another factor too. And I've often wondered about this. I mean, some will argue that anybody that commits a crime must hate something or someone to commit that crime. Or they don't like him or don't like what's going on. So you can call it a hate crime. But I'd like to know what defines a hate crime. Now, some things I think rather obvious like the Pittsburgh shooter all Jews, you know, to me. There's no there. That's a no brainer. That's a hate crime. But what about the people who will? Well, maybe they'll throw these Ku Klux Klan flyers on somebody's lawn to me. They may be facing a person's property, but. Who who can read into these people's minds as to whether they were just joking around or actually? Trying and even if they were trying to recruit Ku Klux Klan members that itself is not a crime. So a lot of these things like the Nueces that we find that. What have you you wonder sometimes if that is to intimidate people or is that somebody with a poor sense of humor trying to joke around? Yeah. I would tell you this that according to the report it all gets reported. So in that seven thousand figure the Ku Klux Klan flyers in Enron. The county would be part of those. This kind of report because they break it down into two things. Hate incidents are collected by local police turned over to or or state police or wherever and they get reported to the FBI hate crimes, obviously a little bit more serious like as you said, the Pittsburgh tree of life synagogue shooting is indeed a hate crime. I am I have a problem with crime is a quantum crime of murder. It's mass murder. Obviously it, you know, again, the reason why they came up with this hate crime statistic was if you somehow skated on the actual murder, then they can bring it back in on on federal charges on on hate crime. Which many people believe could be a double jeopardy issue. But. Apparently hate incidents are included in this figure of seven thousand hate alleged hate crimes are hate incidents in the country in two thousand seventeen. So are they offensive? Yes. Are they hateful and despicable? Yeah. But that happens all the time go on Twitter. Go on social media. Look at all the hatred that exists there from again, we I'm offended here this morning by this new poll out that shows what Democrats think of Republicans being sexist and bigoted and prejudiced. That's hateful. But, but no one's reporting that so I do think that this report it's going to be you hear a lot about it today in the news. And of course on television tonight. Seventeen percent fourteen percent in Maryland hate crime nationwide. Just remember to all of these hate incidents and crimes are reported. Collectively number one. They don't separate out the number of fake hate crimes that have been reported have been debunked. They should be pulled out of those numbers. And number three. This is just being used as a cudgel do hit President Trump with again, the acting attorney general Matt Whitaker even says in this report is a call to action. The offenses were despicable violations of our core. Values Americans won't. Yeah. I'm sure many of them are in fact, any kind of gay K K flyer is despicable. But does it rise to the level of a crime? What about? What about the antifa crowd? They they they hate everybody. That is for Trump. They hate hate capitalism. They get everything. And yet these people are allowed to wear a mask and hoods, and what have you and go around breaking windows, terrorizing a people terrorizing.
"moesby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The WCBS Marilyn news with the news at seven thirty. One funeral directors in Maryland are increasingly concerned their employees could be exposed to opioids. That's why summers locking in the Laaksonen the medication that reverses the effects of an overdose. The concern is that employee's could encounter opioids on a dead person's body or the clothes of a Warner. Police officers charged the death of Freddie, gray or appealing a lawsuit against Baltimore states. Attorney Maryland Moesby the lawsuit alleges Moesby maliciously investigated and defame then the appeal the supreme court to review that finding Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the senate's not broken following the heated confirmation process for newly confirmed supreme court Justice. Brett capital McConnell does call the current partisan divide a low point, but he blames it on the Democrats. Meanwhile, Republican John Kasich of Ohio predicts a good year for Democrats in the November elections tropical storm dubbed, Michael. That's currently in the Caribbean is strengthening and could become a hurricane as it bears down on Florida, Florida governor, Rick Scott says. Federal agencies will be providing assistance also have a team from FEMA here. Tomorrow to provide federal assistance that includes experts from homeland security, the department defense, health and human services and the army corps Michael could become a hurricane by tonight or Tuesday. It could near the Florida panhandle coast on Wednesday. Scott says he has declared a state of emergency for areas potentially affected by the storm. A look at sports in a moment. The last thing you want to think about right now is winter. But it's time to get your home ready. I'm here with Pat patrol on the president of USA insulation pack, you have an early season special right now. Correct. We do what's the cold weather gets here? We typically get slammed and get booked up for weeks. So we're offering a special incentive of five hundred dollars off home insulation to anybody who gets the job done. Now. This is really about enjoying your home. Isn't it? You can't enjoy anything. When your home is cold when we put our premium foam in your walls. You no longer have to be called inside when it's cold outside your you're can feel just like a dozen a beautiful day. And that saves a lot of money. It does if you have an older home..
Baltimore cop indicted after video shows him punching man
"The situation A Baltimore police officer shown on video repeatedly punching a man is charged. With assault and turns himself in state's attorney Maryland Moesby says a grand jury has indicted Arthur Williams on I on second degree assault and misconduct, in office interim police Commissioner, Gary tuggle says the separate, two separate police body video cameras are relatively,
Baltimore cop indicted after video shows him punching man
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"moesby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"With a shower maryland mozambique's failures that have led indirectly to the death of officer eimi caprio governor hogan's got brand new tv ad out the tale of two chelsea's manning and clinton now we got senator mike lee coming up in about thirty minutes on his actually buck was out last spring and hardback paperback now but i want to get a chance to talk with senator as the supreme court is nearing the end of its session he was a former clerk for the court so we'll get his insight onto that the f o p lodge free in baltimore city lieutenant jean ryan has written a piece in the sun paper over the weekend and in it he talks about the death of officer capri on there was laid to rest on friday and he writes how could this have happened sadly there's an answer to that question in an article on may twenty third of the baltimore sun it is clearly apparent there are fingers being pointed at everyone involved by everyone involved and yes there are disappointments aplenty the failure however lies with state's attorney marilyn moesby and her continuing inability to understand the importance that our office plays in combating crime in baltimore city mr ryan writes that the safety of our citizens dependent on a relationship between the pd and the judiciary clothing ms moesby and her staff a relationship that honors the common goal of providing for the public protection for too long now that relationship has been strained by miss mozambique's apparent catch and release philosophy of criminal enforcement dont'a harris is the latest in a long list of those who posed an obvious danger to the community but who have for whatever the reason ben released pending trial or in many instances have not even stood trial whether or not the home detention system used to hinder his movement was a quipped with a gps locator is not the failure in this ad saga the fact that he was sent home pending trial at all is the true failure here mr harris has a history of criminal activity and escape he undeniably presented a danger to our citizens and should have been detained accordingly it was the responsibility of ms moesby as the baltimore city state's attorney to ensure this outcome she did not and.
"moesby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The six eighty wcbs news time three minutes past nine o'clock baltimore's police union has told police officers who are witnesses in cases not to answer prosecutors questions regarding integrity the union says the questions go far beyond internal affairs disclosures mandated under a march agreement between prosecutors and city attorney's questions submitted by the office of state's attorney marilyn moesby include whether officers have ever been sued have faced criminal charges or receive time off in exchange for securing evidence in a case prince george's county police say a couple was fatally shot in their home here in maryland sixty four year old dan leak and sixty two year old will amina leak were found with multiple gunshot wounds in their capitol heights home and investigation is ongoing but detectives do not believe the shooting was random baltimore city will get an eleven million dollar loan to help keep it sanitary sewers from releasing untreated sewage marlin board of public works approved the project wednesday the funds will be used for the planning design and construction of improvements to the city's shore infrastructure a consent decree requires baltimore to prevent sanitary sewer overflows that can be caused by breaks or blockages as well as defects that caused the system to be overwhelmed by storm water and groundwater i'll look at sports in a moment hi i'm patrick singles owner of new look home to sign every spring.
"moesby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"By the ad council the six eighty wchs am news time three minutes past five o'clock temperatures in baltimore hit ninety degrees yesterday breaking a record set in nineteen thirteen more record breaking heat and poor air quality our forecast for today baltimore county executive kevin candidates claimed governor larry hogan interfered in the hiring of violeta white as county school superintendent by directing the state superintendent veto whites appointment hogan's office denies the allegation cabinet say supporter of white says the decision is a political ploy by the governor meanwhile the baltimore county school board is considering its options including asking the state school superintendent to recon reconsider the decision baltimore's police union has told police officers who are witnesses in cases not to answer prosecutors questions regarding integrity the union says the questions go beyond internal affairs disclosures mandated under a march agreement between prosecutors and city attorney's questions submitted by the office of state's attorney maryland moesby include with our officers have been sued have faced criminal charges or receive take time off in exchange for securing evidence in a case and they pedestrian bridge connecting telsim university's main campus with the marriott conference hotel will be closed for repair work effective may eighth the hotel will be converted.
"moesby" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"To violent crime in baltimore and there is a race right now for the state's attorney and incumbent maryland moesby is up against two people in attorney ivan bates also the aerobic nausea who has a very impressive resume and hero you join me in studio right now thank you so much for coming in thank you so much for having me it's such an important race and i'm grateful for the opportunity to talk about it well let's start actually with this report in the sun and you've said it and and that is you've tried to debate both mr bates and ms moesby and you're having a hard time doing that it really is frustrating voters really want to hear from the candidates to hear their vision for the city their diagnosis of what's going wrong and their plans to turn it around i have signed up for every debate that's been offer of shown up to everyone in these debates and i'm frankly getting tired of debating empty chairs they give different reasons they've got a conflict they don't think it's a debate unless all of us are there the reality is that voters want to hear from the candidates and right now i'm the only one to showing up and it's an old incumbent strategy especially in a local election like this where it's hard to get name recognition hard to get out there and it's all the more interesting as pointed out by the baltimore sun that this was a complaint of miss most be running against greg bernstein and the four years later we i don't think the irony of that is lost on anyone you have a situation where people think it's better politically to not show up for debates and frankly it's it's just a bad political strategy and it's irresponsible this is such an important race and we ought to be taking every opportunity to talk to voters about it the election on june twentysixth will decide the state's attorney there is no republican candidates whoever wins on june twenty six will be the next state attorney between u3 you feel your differ in in your strategies which you've unveiled and your specific ideas for turning crime around in the city let's start with what has maryland moesby and i said this yesterday some is fair criticism there are variables and all these kind of terms where they're beyond your control to to ally of to.
"moesby" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"But you know the facts look bad on the surface and that's why we have juries because they actually if there's anyone ever brought up on charges they're actually looking at the the facts of the case the specifics of the case the context all the issues that come to play versus reading a couple of headlines where this is what happened with the freddie gray case they burned down block after block of baltimore created all this havoc burned out saint louis because of michael brown turns out police officers we're not we're not in the wrong look i attended some of the well we we raise funds for the baltimore six officers for their defense i sat in some of the trials when i was up there for edinburgh his trial for caesar goodson the van driver in what is what did maryland moesby prosecutors prove at the end of four trials they had proven not one single fact not one allegation that the cops had done wrong in those cases i ll amanda you know it's regrettable that freddie gray lost his life but frankly having sat at the trials having talked to the defense team's the best available evidence in that case was that freddie gray thrashed himself into unconsciousness in the back of that police van acting up and trying to be a street actor to get the attention of others on the street there was zero proof that i heard or saw or that carried the day in trial that the police had done anything wrong that that they had done one single thing wrong the the the best evidence was that freddie gray had injured himself in the back of that van and of course at the end of the day six accused cops were able to walk free and get their jobs back yet the the press conferences the the the mayor the oh no this this was turned into a again this is like a festival atmosphere absolutely crazy it was an and crazy and despicable millions of dollars in property damage over a hundred cops asured in confrontations with people on the street for what for what no one wanted to wait and listen to the facts lit let alone chief prosecutor marilyn moesby i thought embarrassed herself now she showed of the politics of the.
"moesby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The on friday commissioner davis fired for is that the broken the eight o'clock hour and of course than we learned a new commissioner is going to make a difference here's my question uh we've seen this before police commissioners fired and it really has made a heck of a lot of different spread bielfeld i think lasted the longest out of all the modernday commissioners and he served for about five years he was a homegrown product than he did give the homicide level down under two hundred uh which the mayors promising but is it really going to make any difference if the baltimore city voters do not change the mayor or the city council or most importantly the state's attorney i think merle moesby is up for reelection this year for not mistaken and so then again there have been problems at all three levels of o of go and the and the drug the judges you man i the judges are the most important thing here because they're the ones that are basically in charge of the keeping these guys or they have the responsibility to keep these guys in jail but yet uh it's like a revolving door there the police do their job they are they arrest the people that should be taken off the streets than the these people may go before a judge in the judge general slaps them with something you know the now that doesn't mean anything will jim montgomery says uh sean if i called the commissioner has his finances in order he of a clueless maher and a chief prosecutor who goes after police harder than she does criminals it will be just a matter of time before chief desouza is fired hideyoshi shannon frank and we are marilyn's wakeup call and of course show silicon particular governor hogan asking for an all offshore arm drilling waiver from the federal government i'm brian for 1800gotjunk and this is my main man tom miami mantong either raynor sleep or gloom of nights was from linghui or junk cowed by the flood not even that hor nato nope blizzard no no mountain high enough aid no value low enough he wasn't at a hit song in 19th 67 brian i wasn't even born in nineteen sixty seven so what are you guys trying to say when you've got judge it needs to disappear all you have to do is point don't worry about how or if.
"moesby" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"This is wbal newsradio 1090 clouds forty nine degrees good afternoon i'm de mcintyre and wbal newsradio 1090 mayor catherine pugh has fired police commissioner kevin davis she's spoke out this morning i want you to know that i work far far with richard davis poured working on impatient we need violence reduction we need the numbers to go down faster than they are few has appointed deputy commissioner and 30year veteran at the department darrell desouza to take over the top spot reaction has been mostly positive to diseases appointment in a statement from fop president jean ryan he says they're looking forward to continuing their mission with souza's very capable guidance citystate's attorney maryland moesby says she thanks kevin davis for his service then she looks forward to working with the designate commissioner is an increased police presence said perry hall high school today after an incident at the school yesterday in a letter to parents principle andrew last said police are investigating an incident that may have happened in the school parking lot no information on exactly what happened but baltimore county police say a gun was involved the principal said they are not aware of any credible threat to the school from the abc news desk us secretary of defense james mattis says that even if there is a government shutdown the military will be business as usual iraq afghanistan who are in the fight will continue the young lady or guiding the drones right now we'll stay as through dass said and keep them overhead the house has voted to remain in session forward now at least while a senate vote to avert a government shutdown approaches i'm robert lang in the wbal 24hour broadcast center we are getting plenty of reaction to the firing of the city police commissioner were also watching the clock as a federal government shutdown looms we'll preview the nfl conference championship with davis immensely and hear from our favorite football part mouse vacating none and my colleague stacy lyn trading a warm anchor desk with me for frigid chesapeake bay with forty of reclose as friends for the super pledge well update her efforts today at three on wbal news now i'm christie mcintyre wbal newsradio 1090 the government shutdown may happen tonight we are following the developments of all day every story lied every angle is here on your breaking news station expect more from wbal newsradio 1090 wpro news radio.
"moesby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Of what you see object city you can email us am six eighty at wcbmcom or you can as well as we have predicted on friday on this program uh the there was just no way my saw uh that they're lieutenant rice was going to be found guilty on any of the administrative charges of later on friday the verdicts came not guilty cleared of all it made his ministry of charges and the treatment and the arrest of freddie gray the verdict absolves rice once and for all the lieutenant was in stated on friday he's going to take a week off to enjoy the holiday with his family and of course could work is attorney michael davies said quote he simply wants to go home huggins kids kiss his wife have a good holiday and really honestly try to get on with his life and of quote the threemember member panel police officers again this more than two years after gray was severely injured the back of a police van first came the a public trial by maryland moesby of these officers and then came the criminal trial which they were acquitted out and now the administrative pro board and there's one left sergeant alicia white beginning december the fifth and davies said quote these cases aren't changing the evidence was the same an officer good since cases of the same righteous case it's going to be the same in sergeant whites case i would hope they would take a look at we have and reconsider moving toward end of quote the baltimore solicitor former federal judge says they're not going to drop the case against quote we have to see the process through with may appear to be unwarranted earl advising but we believe that the process is important people need to see the police department really is committed to the process and of quote you're also sending a message to your rank and file frank when you are committed to the process of you're trying to hang people out the dry it is not going to improve morale george will they were committed to the process back when they had uh you know criminal cases of going against them because after a hung jury and a couple of uh not guilty uh i believe that the the rest of the cases were wound up by the state's attorney's office you know look you can make the same argument about.
"moesby" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"The world without a moral framework the world where israel and the palestinians are on equal footing where terrorist act is the same as somebody getting killed while he's rioting you know all that stuff were that that framework of reality of just at actual moral law it's not it's not like a random moral loss on the happened to be rooting british vis rallies their free country i mean this is stuff that was supposed to believe in that scene press is reporting on donald trump and it's reporting on the amine is at another store this going on right now is the murder rate is spiralling upward in democrat cities and especially in democrat cities where there has been black lives matter activity in baltimore its spiraling out of control and the asked the police union amini read any stores buried like down at the bottom they asked the guy and the police union this were freddie gray remember freddie gray was the guy who died in the paddy wagon basically in they said the well they were trying to kill him and they started to put the six officers for degree was blacked three of the officers were black three of them were white is sort of put him on trial marilyn moesby was at the da's name in it was just the they started to get off and she finally had to drop the charges and now the head of the police union in baltimore says oh you know it's in the office was minds could i wind up being charged and being put in jail for doing my job and other words the not policing with the same intensity there were and are black people getting killed thanks obama thanks black lives matter and these are the things that are going on while the press is reporting jared kushner is stalking about some meeting he had about russia it's the same media michael crichton the great thriller writers arab drastic park and so on.
"moesby" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Baltimore city states attorney maryland moesby implicated the baltimore police department in the failure to bring a guilty verdict against any of the officers that she indicted in a death at freddie craze this is what she said dan as a wound has witnessed over the past fourteen months the prosecution of onduty police officers in this country is unsurprisingly rare and blatantly rottweiler systemic in an inherent complication unlike with other cases we're prosecutors work closely with the police to investigate what actually occurred what we realise very early on in this case was police back in basking investigating police whether they're friends or mary their colleagues problematic ride right in an obvious bias that was consistently exemplified by the entire baltimore police department but by individuals within about more police department at every stage of the investigation which we came blatantly apparent stubs subsequent trout so that was narrow knows be the youngest states attorney and maryland who failed to get any conviction of the police officer she indicted do you share her assessment of the police departments resistance to investigate their own no my grandfather was arm warned forsman in baltimore for almost thirty years and he would tell you ghana bringing investigators from the outside the three's code of silence and the reality is that home still no one to this day not even senior officials on the force in baltimore can explain how it is one of their lieutenants looking you know mortally wounded pretty gray all when win and officers engine we've got to take him to the hospital said no amounts why you're seeing those officers terminated i mean the reality is that there's a lot of people even inside the ball police.