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As NYC Crime Surges, Police Focus Attention on 9-Year-Old Girl Without Vaccine Card

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 4 d ago

As NYC Crime Surges, Police Focus Attention on 9-Year-Old Girl Without Vaccine Card

"City, let me tell you what's going on in New York City right now. Every category of serious crimes, according to New York Post, in the city is on the rise so far this year, with police data showing an increase of 35% in a total increase in crime compared to the same time in 2021. Jessica Seymour, from inwood, Manhattan says, quote, I don't go anytime after dark right now, not safe. All my friends in New York are leaving. Or they are. They stay at home when it becomes night. A guy got stabbed and another guy shot right outside my son's window, said Seymour, whose boy is 7. We have two schools here, and this happens right here. My block has police on it all the time. There are shootings that are drug dealers on our corner right now. The fear is real, crimes are up. So what is the police force of New York City wasting their time doing? What is the focus of the New York police department that of course has our eternal respect after what happened with 9 11, but they've turned into an American version and I do not use this lightly of the Stasi. Play the tape, I'm going to narrate it. So here you have right here at a museum in New York City. That is a 9 year old girl. Now, I'm not trying to racialize this. Her name is jaila. I think she is a black girl. Is that right? So this is a black girl being escorted right there by two masked New York City police department, police officers, all the while crimes, murders, arsons, rapes, sexual assaults, are up, these two police officers are effectively arresting a 9 year old girl. Why? Because she did not have her vaccine papers at a museum. These two police officers now continue and bring the 9 year old girl into a squad car and put her in like she's El Chapo or Eric Rudolph or Ted Kaczynski the uniform. You know, forget the fact that gang activity is up and robbery and murders are up. This is a young black girl that has been put into a police department car and escorted up. Where is Black Lives Matter exactly? Protesting this? Now, what's her crime? Her crime is not being

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Why the NYPD Is Grappling With COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

TIME's Top Stories

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Why the NYPD Is Grappling With COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

"New york city police department. Nypd is struggling to vaccinate its employees. According to the department an estimated forty seven percent of its members are fully vaccinated under nypd administered programs against kovac nineteen as of august twenty fourth even accounting for a percentage of the nypd's force who may have been vaccinated outside work and not provided details thereof. The nypd is not mandating that its employees self report their status that figure likely represents a sizeable decrease from the wider vaccination rates across new york city. Seventy six percent of all adults city residents of gotten at least one shot as of august twenty six and sixty eight percent are fully vaccinated and amid the delta variant impacting non-vaccinated new yorkers the kovic nineteen positivity rate in new york city over. The last seven days is around three percent on july twenty sixth new york city mayor. Bill de blasio said that all city workers would be required to get vaccinated or get tested weekly from september thirteenth onwards and on august twenty third the pfizer bio n tek vaccine became the first covert nineteen vaccine to be approved by the us food and drug administration fda but one brooklyn based traffic enforcement. Agent tells time they have no immediate intentions of getting the vaccine. I just don't feel like i need it yet. I spend most of my time outside. And i wear a mask. The traffic officer says for me. It's about having the choice to take it. And i just don't want to take it yet. A spokesman for the new york city patrol benevolent association. Pba the largest police union in new york city told time on august twenty fifth that they would take legal action. If there is a vaccine mandate for its workers

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Primary Leader Adams Calls Himself ‘Face of the New Democratic Party’

The KFBK Morning News

01:20 min | 7 months ago

Primary Leader Adams Calls Himself ‘Face of the New Democratic Party’

"Update, this is coming out of New York. Um, the Democrat who is running for mayor of New York. Interesting guy's name is Eric Adams. Don't know if you know a whole lot about him. Um, he told reporters Quote. I am the face of the new Democratic Party. He's leading in the polling there right now. Former police officer Uh he was the president of the New York City borough of Brooklyn and former captain in the New York City Police Department. And in the closing weeks of the mayoral campaign, the primary at least he said that curbing the increase of crime and gun violence in the city would be his top priority. And he and he is making his issuing this warning to the very left leaning part of the party. He is considered a moderate. Yeah, that game's over. He said, Uh, this I'm the new face. He's more moderate. Well, the crime is off the charts charts off the charts, and, um, Andrew Yang, I mean, he's totally out of it. I mean, he came in, like fifth or something. I mean, slipped that much. She really dead and then on the Republican side, Curtis Leela, who is the founder, the Guardian Angels and has been in that city, you know, since dirt He came out on top in the Republican side, but that's really I mean, that's I mean, what are the chances that a Republican becomes rule? Rudy Giuliani was mayor man. That's true, but the way the way they they break out right now in New York, it's looking more

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Viral Video Shows Robot Dog Helping New York Police

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Viral Video Shows Robot Dog Helping New York Police

"A new. A new video going viral on twitter shows a robot police dog patrolling with cops from the new york city. Police department will the newark. Police department says that they have been using robots since one thousand nine hundred seventy s to save lives in hostage situations in has matt incidents. So this is. I mean it has more of the animal look to it. That's why people kind of creeped out about it. Sure but is it any different than what they've been doing already. What are they trying to use this dog four. Because i don't know yet they probably not using it to save people's lives i think it has to do with conditioning. Not just know just getting used to having animal robots on the streets

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New York attorney general sues NYPD over conduct at protests

Pacifica Evening News

02:36 min | 1 year ago

New York attorney general sues NYPD over conduct at protests

"New York State's attorney general sued the New York City Police Department today, calling its treatment of protestors against racial injustice last spring, part of a long standing pattern of abuse that stem from inadequate training, supervision and discipline. Attorney General Leticia James. This lawsuit includes dozens of examples of alleged misconduct during the spring demonstrations in the wake of George Floyd's police killing, including the use of pepper spray and batons on protesters trapping demonstrators with a technique called kept Ling and arresting medics and legal observers. James, The Democrat, was tasked by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo with investigating whether New York Police Department officers used excessive force to quell unrest and enforce it. Mayor Bill de Blasio EOS Nightly curfew. She issued a preliminary report in July that cited a clear breakdown of trust between police and the public. James is seeking reforms, including the appointment of a federal monitor. Oversee the department's policing tactics at future protests and a court order declaring that the policies and practices the department is during the protests were unlawful. Lawsuit in federal court named the city Mayor de Blasio, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea and chief of department parents Monahan as defendants. Attorney General James criticized de Blasio for saying the use of Kent Ling was justified and Schaeffer saying that the NYPD had a plan, which was executed nearly flawlessly when officers aggressively cracked down on protesters on June 4th in the Bronx. In June at the height of the protests, Mayor de Blasio was accused of misleading the city when he told reporters that he personally saw no use of force around peaceful protests even after officers had been caught on video moving on demonstrators without provocation and bashing them with batons. De Blasio said he met with Attorney General James yesterday and that they share the goal of pushing for major police reforms such as implementing recommendations in previous reports on the NYPD is protests response. De Blasio, also a Democrat, said, however, he did not agree that lawsuit was the solution.

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"new york city police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Hour your home for original reporting. I'm Tom Foodie in Washington with less than 10 days left of Donald Trump's presidency and less than a week after that riotous assault on the U. S. Capitol, Members of Congress are more closely examining both the short term future and the short term passed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on 60 minutes when the protesters were making the assault on the Capitol. Before they even got to the stores. They Capitol police pulled me from the podium and I was concerned because I said No, I want to be here and they said, Well, no, you have to leave us and no, I'm not leaving this. You know you must leave. So she now plans to have the democratically controlled house try to convince vice President Pence to act on the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office. Failing that to impeach the president a second time it's just related to Wednesday. That's one thing. If it's the type of impeachment, it just becomes a list of complaints of why they don't like Donald Trump. That's something else. Now it's different, and I think it would be looked at very differently by members of both the House and the Senate. Mick Mulvaney used to be Mr Trump's chief of staff, and he was on Fox. Law enforcement sources tell CBS News in the New York City Police Department sent two packages of intelligence warnings that extremists were threatening the capital with violence, assault and attack. Mr Trump has not publicly reacted to any of this more from Nicole Killian at the White House. The flag was lowered to half staff after the death of a second Capitol police officer. As he enters his final full week in office. President Trump will try to shore up his legacy. Senior advisers tell CBS News. He is expected to deliver remarks Monday. And make a trip to the border Tuesday, But calls for the president to resign now are growing from within his own party. And Mr Trump has lost his social media outlets Twitter, Facebook and YouTube all effectively pulling the plug on him big tech companies pulling the plug on the parlor platform to which he tried to move. Now Amazon, Apple and Google are pushing back saying that if you're going to run a social network You need to have meaningful moderation. It's going to be very interesting to see where this ends up going. Of course, While the First Amendment protects you and me from the government silencing us, it does nothing to stop companies from doing the same scene, etc. Ensure Also this, the Pro Golfers association pulling the PGA Championship event from Mr Trump's New Jersey course. Latest on the covert pandemic. Correspondent Lilia Luciano. Nationwide covert death setting records in 11 States. New infections spiking in 38 states, including Illinois, where Chicago's public schools are set to reopen Monday. There's a blame game going on about the slow rollout.

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"new york city police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The outside of the subway trains so that they could just be washed right off that the pain could come right off and they spent a lot of money on this and he said as soon as he gets tagged You tell us that it got tagged. We turn it around. We send it back and we clean it. We don't want it to stop after stop after stop, and it's basically sending out. Take a billboard saying We don't care. We don't care. We don't care. We don't care and you would turn him around for them back, clean him and put him back out on the line again, and it was the immediately pick up garbage as fast as you can do what you need in order to make the city seemed livable get the momentum forward for it's the people that are not the criminals. But the 98% that just want to live in a clean place where they don't feel like some guy. They squeegee guys. That's the first group of people he got rid of. The squeegee man was standing the Brooklyn Bronx and Queens tunnels and basically, you know, put gross stuff on your windshield. If you didn't give a dollar and then if you drove by they would take their squeezy and president gets inside your car and scratched the whole side of your car. They were like extortionist that we're working in the tunnels. And the first thing that we did is they went in there started arrest these guys. They turn the city around. You remember when the city was under Dinkins had just anytime their time compared to because it didn't work at Seattle. It looked like Seattle. Now I say it was actually worse than where it was under Dinkins and then to see what happened. You get this broken window theory, which some people said was too aggressive. But other people like the fact that criminals were being arrested and citizens could walk down the streets at night. Yeah, And the question is, to what degree are the criminals that are being arrested? Yeah, There's a broken windows theory. And the alternative policing theory is community policing, where you work with the community and not sort of against them he for all of his supposed success and reducing the crime rate. He has a stain on his reputation for that whole stop and frisk business. Where nine. It's unbelievable. I don't I don't want to set aside. This is a good they wanna get it wrong with its unbelievably high number. Of blacks who had who said they had been stopped What you know, in effect willy nilly that they only about one out of every 100 stops was for anything that led to an arrest. But they felt like they were constantly being harassed by the New York City Police Department, which was the policy under Giuliani. So there are pluses and minuses for all of these approaches. Hey, what he said was, by the way I looked at number With the top the most navy was and then stops 685,000 stops. That was in 2011. But what Giuliani was saying was, if we if you know that you could possibly be stopped, you're less likely to carry a gun. I know, But if it's a home, the people you're stopping our 90% black that feels racist. No, no, because 90% of the crime against the victims were black. So it was a black victim. Black guy victimizing a black person in most cases, minority on minority and those are the crimes that were occurring. That's also stop in the stop and frisk policy was not applied to white people again. This is this is from what I'm trying to remember in my reading lunches it but it was applied against African Americans at an unbelievable rate, I think was about proportionate to the number of crimes that were committed. Whose definition of crime that's the other thing. Okay? The fact that the woman that was killed in the charge onto the capital's yesterday going through the window, we now know who she is No little bit more about her Her name first thing, Is it a shash Lee? She actually, no, I think it's actually actually spell that she lives in San Diego. She was, I think, 30 years old, hear something from her Twitter. That she post in 2018. I want my politicians to start coming down here and telling me that my reality is alive. I want them to start telling me that the homeless is that you see every day and it isn't a problem and the drugs on a problem and what's going on The border isn't the problem. They are still trying to paint this migrant caravan. It's full of women and Children, because that's what the media is pushing. But let me tell you right now the border is an absolute show People that live in Mexico that work in America having problems getting here, there's rights. There's arrest. There's rape. There's drugs, there's out. Rise. There are tons of issues. There are abandoned kids. People are sick, and yet we still are trying to perpetuate. Through in the media. They're trying to perpetuate this migrant caravan filled with women and Children. So again, I just want to ask. I want to ask my politicians to come down here and tell me that what is going on? Isn't isn't happening. Convinced me so 14 years she served in the military. She did four tours of duty. She was married. She lived in San Diego to her husband, Aaron on she went through the window I do is anybody know what she was trying to accomplish? I guess she just wanted to storm she just part of the whole experience of Being part of the of whatever those guys were trying to do yesterday. Yeah, that at this point where we're at the level of speculation, they did say that she was ah, proud Libertarian supporter of the President Trump. You know, it was a follower of Q and on, which is the conspiracy theory popular among right wing extremist groups. I don't know how I mean you can tell she's passionate about, you know her stance. She is mounting a lot of what the right wing media was asserting at the time, and she's attacking the left wing in quotes, media as well. But I think that if you're going to be one of the one of the, you know, front line Attackers of the capital, I guess it's not that big a surprise that she's one of them. Given her beliefs. The fact that she's an Air Force veteran does give me some pause. Do we know anything as to why she was shot? I mean, of all the people coming through the window. Why was it was the gun accidentally discharged? Yeah, I think the police officer obviously the guy that did it. They have him and they're talking to him, and they want to find out what's going on. I shoot this.

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Internal NYPD memo warns of cops being targets of IED, vehicle attacks

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Internal NYPD memo warns of cops being targets of IED, vehicle attacks

"News Room. The New York City Police Department has been on the alert for weeks for possible attacks similar to Friday's deliberate RV explosion in Nashville. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Reports and Internal NYPD memo issued earlier this month warned that law enforcement or the priority targets for terror attacks involving homemade bombs and vehicle arson. This is a December 14th memo. It was obtained by the post, and it said violent extremists and malicious criminal actors might go after cops to exacerbate tension exploit civil unrest. And incite

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Kerri Greenidge discusses two books about African-Americans in the years before the Civil War

The Book Review

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Kerri Greenidge discusses two books about African-Americans in the years before the Civil War

"Carey. Greenwich joins us now from outside boston. She is the melon assistant professor in the department of studies in race colonialism and diaspora at tufts university. She's also the author of black radical. The life and times. Of william monroe. Trotter and this week she reviews two bucks on the cover of the book review. They are south to freedom runaway slaves to mexico and the road to the civil war by alice l. Baumgartner and the kidnapping club wall street slavery and resistance on the eve of the civil war by jonathan. Daniel wells all right. That's a lot. Carrie thank you so much for being here vegas much for having me. So it's interesting looking at these two books together. They're sort of an error but they told two different sides of the same story. Just if you could tell us broadly. What are the two books about. Certainly the book by jonathan. Daniel wells the kidnapping club. It talks about the organiz. Terror inflicted on black new yorkers by kidnapping club which was a group of investors business owners and police officers in new york city in the years before the civil war and they use the fugitive slave law to be enslaved to kidnap african americans. Who were living nominally free in new york and transporting them back into the south and then we have our gardeners beautiful south to freedom runaway slaves to mexico which traces the journey of escaped slaves to mexico again in the decades before the civil war and the relationship between mexico freedom and concepts of recent citizenship. So the story of the kidnapping club if it is at all familiar to listeners. It's probably most familiar as the story that was told. In the recent film. Twelve years a slave it was sort of lightly fictionalized version the memoirs of solomon northrop but. What's the larger story here. The larger store which i think john wells does extremely well is a story of the complicity of the north in enslavement and enslave rate and the fact that american slavery was a national and a transnational institution and that to argue that somehow new york city was acknowledged as a free state although that was true because slavery was a national international institution. The powers that be in new york in the years before the civil war were dedicated to upholding that system. And so it really goes into the heart of this notion. What does it mean to be a free person. A free african american in a country and in a global system that endorsed racial slavery. The other thing that. I think jonathan daniel wells book does very well is connect the distrust the relationship between the police and law enforcement particularly in new york city. But we can use that. As a microcosm of parts of the country between new york city's police department and authorities and the black community and this video the trail that the black community felt justifiably so and experience at the hands of the police being an organized club to kidnap particularly black children and send them back into the south heart so obviously there are some contemporary parallels but one thing i thought was so interesting. That you point out in your review is the extent to which the various powers from the insurance business to the finance community to the law community was entrenched in maintaining the slave trade. Can you talk about the extent to which the early capitalist economy of new york city sort of thrived and depended on slavery so in wells book. He shows that the number one there was a cultural connection between the financier is in wall street in new york city and slavery in the south and so all of the banks all of the investment firms all of the capital that was funding the system that it took to maintain enslavement for instance investing in the distribution of food distribution of goods that were sent into the south to maintain slavery. That was a business and that was run through wall street's financial system and so it wells argues shows is that that system was dependent upon southern slavery. Southern slavery was dependent behind that system and so there was a vested interest by very very powerful people organizations in new york city to maintain and to ensure that slavery existed there is also a very vested interest in ensuring that fugitive slaves who escaped would be returned to the south given the fact that we're talking about black bodies commodities and the fact that if a black person escaped that was in the crude terms of the time somebody losing money and investment and so this whole machinery of kidnapping african americans and sending them back in the south. It was a business and it was making a lot of money for a lot of people.

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"new york city police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We're heading into a holiday season when they will be more people getting together. More people traveling and more cold weather so harder for people to socialize out of doors. This is a very dangerous time. Water. Have a health officials saying about what can be done to beat this back. Well, you know, it's definitely not too late to fight back. We do know what can slow the virus down and it's nothing surprising, you know, wearing mask and staying away from other people as much as possible, especially when we're endures. Some states are rolling back. They're reopening plans in response to all this or, you know, imposing new restrictions, like restricting indoor dining at bars and restaurants and requiring more mass wearing, But others are still resisting taking those kinds of steps even if they're being really slam now. And it's you know, it's hard because there's a lot of pandemic 50 HQ right now in the country and If this doesn't happen, the death toll could really hit unimaginable levels in the coming weeks and months. No Rob. Despite thes numbers, we had very high turnout in the national elections. What have you learned about the effect of the pandemic on this process? Yes, really Interesting question. NPR crunch some numbers about this and found something that may sound surprising support for President Trump actually increased in many of the counties that had the highest death rates from Kovar 19. Now it's really hard to interpret that it could be. People in these places are really invested in the president's approach and kind of doubling down to stick with it, or, you know, or maybe dependent pandemic did hurt the president and his might have increased even more in these places. If they hadn't suffered so much. We just don't know. So this is something that researchers are just starting to pick apart. That's NPR health correspondent Rob Stein. Thank you. You bet. A top official at the New York City Police Department, has been relieved of his command as Sally her ship's reports he stands accused of posting racist and anti Semitic messages to an online forum used by police. For more than a year, a user screen name clue so like in the Pink Panther posted scores of hate filled messages about black people. Puerto Rican Tze and Jews. One of the posts called former President Barack Obama, a quote Muslims savage. All of this on an unofficial message Board for Cops called the rant. But according to a report released today from the City Council, it was the job of this same official to fight workplace harassment. The most hateful.

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"new york city police department" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Sign that We could see a record turnout. Now. The New York City Police Department is suspended an officer without pay after he was seen on video saying Trump 2020 over a patrol vehicles loudspeaker violation of his Department rules when he was confronted on when he was confronted by residents in the Flatbush area. Hey, had reportedly stopped. But then, when he was egged on, he did it again. Here's that audio 20 Do it again. What you can't say Trump 20 now. Say it again. Commissioner Dermot Shea tweeting that the behavior of the officer whose name wasn't immediately made public was quote 100% of unacceptable period. He added that officers must remain apolitical. The mayor promising swift action tweeting quote any NYPD officer pushing any political agenda while on duty. Will face consequences. In other news this morning here on a F An Asian chairs, mostly lower and muted trading today amid widespread uncertainty over the presidential election benchmarks in Japan, Australia and South Korea, all falling in Monday trading Hong Kong's.

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"new york city police department" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"N y c dot com The website specially set up for this starting at six this morning with Bernard and said. They've been interviewing police police families been sort of recalling the work that police have done not just in New York, the NYPD but all over the tri state and beyond. And by the way, if you go on to this website back the blue and white dot com you can sign up and then you'll get a limited edition WNBC back the blue ribbon, which is really It's very, very cool, and it just it's a way to walk around the city and have The city or cities. I mean, really, wherever you're going, and just to let your public safety workers these people who are heroes to us, let them know that they have support well on the line. We have Public safety director of Jersey City who comes From a family that has produced two police officers of Great Note. One. You all know here in New York City, Dermot Shea, who's rose through the ranks to become the police commissioner of New York, which he is today. And the other is James Shay was the former NYPD, The deputy chief who ran the Police academy, headed up the youth and gang crime division and served on the Joint Terrorism Task Force. And then was recruited by your favorite May my buddy Maia, Steve Philip of Jersey City to run the combined public safety operations of police and fire. And he joins the CIA today. Thanks for joining us, James Thank you for having me car. Destroy it. Good to have you here on, So I gotta ask you I was talking yesterday. We were talking yesterday with a woman named Genesis Familia. Villella. And she is the daughter of a New York City police officer who was killed three years ago. Assassinated a CZ. She sat in her car. You might you probably I'm sure you're familiar with the story. One of the things she was saying was that she thought about and she continues to think about. Taking her mom's badge and trying to be a member of the police force. But obviously there's no police academy right now. This is I mean, as somebody who was the head of police Academy. How is this? How is this going to affect our cities? If we cease things like this? Yeah, That's a big problem right now, with the hold to fund the police movement. I believe a lot of our political leaders are almost afraid to move forward with necessary expenditures for policing in their cities. Human Jersey City We don't have that problem, thankfully, but she's your right Your point. You got a problem with In the New York City Police Department. Police officers come They do their job. They eventually retire and go on to enjoy a well deserved retirement. And we can't go too long without having an academy and bringing fresh blood board or else we pay for it. Now, you know, James, you did not grow up with a silver spoon in your mouth. You grew up in a household. You and your brother. I'm not aware if there were other siblings, But did you always both have the goal in mind of becoming a police officer? Actually, no, I don't buy. We really didn't. I joined the police department after getting out of the Marine Corps. Dermot did it after finishing college. You remember the early nineties are finding any job was the challenge back then. So we were both pretty happy to get onto the police department and we have three other siblings, a brother who's in the Army and two sisters. And really one of our sisters married our brother in law. Robert Kelly, who was a police officer, and he was the one who really talked up the job to us. So I guess we can blame him from the environment. If you don't like this So when you see some of the graffiti that has been posted up around the nation, especially prominently here in some of the streets of New York City F the police I see a big old cops abashed IDs, and then you see it linger there. It's not like it removed right away. What does that say to you? Your fellow colleagues. The guys and gals who were out in the streets will have to pass that graffiti each and every day all when they see these Pieces of graffiti of, you know, kill all the police and it's like a picture of porky pig. Yeah, well, I think what happened was I mean, The Derrick show. Vin George Floyd killing obviously shocked the conscience of everyone in the country and the country kind of unified around demanding justice and demanding accountability. For the officer Derrick Show Vin and the other officers involved in that instance. But you quickly I think saw That movement taken over by people who were much less reasonable in their feelings toward the voice and, Ah It quickly became all police are bad. I equated all the time over here, too. If God forbid, some surgeon came to work tomorrow and did a horrible thing and murdered his patient. I don't think anybody would be demanding that we stopped medicine in this country. So we haven't needed Being policing, and somehow we allowed that movement to be taken over and I think the fact that it was such a horrific incident heard us because I do believe 99% of the people of reasonable support the police and want us out there. But that incident was so terrible that it made people kind of pulled back. From any type of reasonable discussion of criticism because they didn't want to be associated with in any way supporting that incident, So it was a really tough one. But I think we're getting past it now. Faras. I'm seeing that graffiti. All graffiti should be cleaned up immediately. I both your New Yorkers So, um, I It's the worst thing for the city. We're talking with public safety director in Jersey City, James Shay now I don't know your brother Commissioner Shay here in New York City..

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"new york city police department" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Roberts is here with all the dirt straight from Hollywood. It's a dirt alert. Yes, we're going to start with a story that we talked about at the top of the hour concerning Rick Moranis, who was the victim of a random attack yesterday morning in New York City outside of his apartment building, so New York City Police Department has released video showing brick walking down the street in New York City when an unidentified man suddenly punched him in the head and walked away and believable. Yeah, the NYPD source has confirmed that the video shows Rick Moranis And there. It doesn't show any sign of previous contact between the two as they approached each other from different directions and footage shows Rick Moranis falling to the ground. After being punched while the suspect walks away with horrible, so scary hate exactly. According to CBS report, Rick went to a local hospital with pain and his head back and hip because he got punched in the head and down four and hit the floor. Then he went to the 20th precinct in New York City to report the incident Now, the New York City Police Department tip Twitter account released footage of the attack hours later. Asking for help identifying the suspect. I believe as of right now, nobody has been arrested regarding this attack. You know the thing that well, there's this is slightly unrelated. But that's the thing about Rick Moranis that is so interesting is like he disappeared from the public eye for such a long period of time, where any sort of recently been back in the public eye. The first thing. Of course, I thought about when you started to tell the story is did the other person the person who hit him know who he was? Who he Waas, But it doesn't mean we don't know, but it doesn't sound like it. Well, no, it doesn't matter. How high does not like, honey, I shrunk the kids. Siri's Yeah. You made the sequel, Honey. I blew up the kid. Unnecessary, Bizarre know it doesn't seem like that. It's the case at all. It seems like it was a completely Random attack Rick Moranis, just being the guy walking on the street in New York City, and the suspect being another guy walking on the street in New York. Yes, if you know NYPD, he crimestoppers. It has the footage. Not of the incident, but of the guy, the suspect. So if you're listening in New York City, which could very well be the case of friends in New York, so I hope you're streaming online around the app and are registered for listening rewards if you're doing so, all right, so moving on from that. Let's talk about Army Hammer US Weekly reporting that yes, he he and rumor Willis did hook up recently, despite the fact that their people were insisting that they were just friends. Well, I mean, I I would just like to take this moment to patter Cell's on the back and Pat anti lawyer in the back at the same time, Because did we not read a blind item about those two that she basically was into all the kinky stuff? Yes, that he wanted to dio And so they were just they were doing. They also Did you see the kinky photos that she posted? Hold place of Rumer Willis. Yeah, so adding her previous them. Where has a rumor has it that she's into latex and the photographs are out there right now. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah, sure she is. She sure that source tells us weekly that Armey Hammer and Rumer Willis hooked up, but that it was just a short fling and that their friends and that all these flings there have been very brief, but it seems like Army Hammer has hooked up with at least three people. Since filing for divorce from Elizabeth Chambers earlier this year. So you know, he's a busy modern guy on the go. Yeah. I'm just thinking I'm actually just looking at pictures of Army Hammer one in particular where he looks. Unhinged would be the word that I would say what I'm honestly just thinking about is the way that like Army Hammer has been having these tiny little relationships and speaking the same time about How difficult the Mom end of his Marriage is it's like he's talking out of both sides of his mouth. Well, it is, and also it's just so cliche, right? Like this guy that just can't like He can't he has to. He has to have sex like he has to be out there with the ladies Well and so cliche And that goes back to NT lawyer and his gossip Manga ring that this is pretty par for the course for Army Hammer is just that he happens to be getting divorced from his wife, So he was always kind of doing these things is just now there's no tension. He's got you by speaking of Rumer Willis, her mom to me more making headlines today because she was featured in Rhianna Savage Fenty lingerie fashion show that will begin streaming on Amazon Prime video. I Mean, day star studded it is star studded. They're doing the stunt casting in this lingerie show. It's full of celebrities. I believe Demi Moore, Paris Hilton. Some other people in laundry dd. Yes, it's just rife with celebrity nepotism, so Ah, you know, if you're into the lingerie, and you won't want to go check it out. Then you can watch it on Amazon Prime. Ah, we're gonna skip that. But, you know, I'm not a fashion, you know, Forward gal, anyway. I don't know. I think you're kind of fashion forward. Yeah. I mean, I'm wearing a hoody. Be not like all the time. We can't all be fashion forward all the time. No, I do like to look at pretty things on the Internet season. Yes, we would also like to have pretty things on the Internet and that might be in the form of lingerie. Linda re lingering. Matthew Perry, according to Page six, is still coming through gastrointestinal surgery recovery. What? I don't know about that neither. Well, this is according this, actually the story's on Page six. But this comes from a people dot com interview. Did you know that Matthew Perry step Dad is Dateline NBC news guy Keith Morrison. I don't know that Yeah, and, according.

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New York - 7-Year-Old Giselle Torres Found Safe After Being Abducted By Father

Financial Quarterback With Josh Jalinski

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

New York - 7-Year-Old Giselle Torres Found Safe After Being Abducted By Father

"An amber alert that you're probably gone on your phone Friday evening is cancelled after seven year old Giselle Torres was found unharmed. Lieutenant Andy Snider from Cheltenham Township Police Department in Pennsylvania describes how they got the suspect to surrender. One of our hostage negotiators was able to get him on the phone. Negotiate his surrender to the New York City Police Department. Giselle had been taken from a town outside Philadelphia by her biological father, Juan Pablo Torres, along with two other men who wore body armor and carried guns. Torahs faces charges that include kidnapping and child

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"new york city police department" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Confusion about whether it out the Northwoods leagues playing this year or not. The answer is yes, a double. The Northwoods League is probably the best known of the of the wooden bats summer leagues in the state of Wisconsin. There's more than what though. The North Woods League is not professional baseball. It's also not semipro people that confused about this. Many of the players, not all, but many of them are college players that are off during the summer. In other words, they play college baseball, but during the summer they play on these themes. And the league is scattered over on the upper Midwest. Many of the team's in Wisconsin, the Lakeshore, Chinooks based head back, one are one of the teams. The Kenosha Kingfisher another. The team's a bunch of them. Some of the teams decided. To play the role of the wussy and cancel the season. The Lake Shore Shitbox, which is owned by Jim Kitsch, Merrick, the guy from Capt. Cho. They took a dive and shut everything down. The kingfish from Kenosha. Their plague. Some of the other teams around the state lacrosse team is playing, but The way they're playing it. I don't know if this is stupid or creative. It's it's it's possible. It's both You know who the Kenosha Kingfish play tonight? No. They played the Kate Tom Bobbers. You know they play the next game. Can't tell Barbers you know they play all year. The Cato bobbers, the Kenosha Kingfish and the K Town bombers are both from Kenosha. They invented the new team, and they're simply going to have a season but playing the same team at the same field all year and much of the rest of the league they've created, paired or try teams or teams play a round robin in the same stadium, for example. They have two teams in Kalamazoo and won in Battle Creek and they'll keep standings and some teams apparently will play more than just the same team, but that what they're doing is they're trying to come up with a way to create games that fans can go to it an opportunity for the players to play. Help. They say it's better than nothing and baseball's awaits old goofball version of this by having everybody play on Lee, their divisional rivals the season but with no fans, But the Northwoods league is allowing fans in limited Attendance. In the meantime, the Milwaukee milkman, This is where people get mixed up there. Not in that league. The milkman are any different level of baseball. The milkman are actually professional players in that they could be paid, but they're not affiliated with minor league baseball. The milkman is the team that is playing at that brand new field in Franklin, which I driven by still invented. I can't believe it. It's out of the complex of the rocket. All of that, But there's one more thing I need to do. That he's the topic. Let me get to it. And when I concluded, I'm gonna give you the five o'clock our word in the sizzling summer cash contest. Last night in New York. Ah, large number of members of several faith groups. Schedule the unity march across the Brooklyn Bridge. They had a number of leaders of the Roman Catholic Church in New York. Many Protestant leaders and many well known Jewish leaders in New York. And the purpose of the march. Was the march with a message of peace, unity and racial equality. Some of you who have followed the story or know about the story. Know what happened? For those of you who doubt Here Come, I won't say black lives matter because that's an organization and nobody knows who's edited. Who isn't But here come the counter protesters. And they attacked him. And there were people hurt. They said they do not support this unity message because they believe it is pro police. Among the injured. The New York City Police Department chief of police mind ahead He was not to the ground. It hurt. Quoting from the story on CBS news dot com. As the march sided, a diverse group of faith leaders Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Law enforcement. Police union's black Veterans for Social Justice and citizens came together. I mean, literally all over the map. You like cops, you had an African American Liberal organization, Muslim's Jewish They're marching of this whole thing was unity and what happens they were attacked. And the people attacking and say, Look, you don't understand. We know what any message in here at all that has any connotation of pro police. These are people that don't want peace. They don't want equality. They don't want harmony. They don't want coexistence. They want anarchy. And they physically attack them. Who people ended up getting arrested Everybody else right away. Again. It's wrong for any of us to lump. Everyone together. I am not saying all protesters. Want anarchy, and I am not saying that none of them want any type of unity. What I am saying is that I believe that many of the leaders of these organizations and the people that are agitating and the people that are on payrolls and the people that are throwing out the most Violent rhetoric. They don't want unity. They want anarchy because they've said it. They want a Burnley. You know what down I think you could say the first part of the word can I like what are what we call our moms. Can I say, Burn that down? That's what they all say. But I don't even don't well, but that they've said that's what they what they want Total destruction. The last thing they want is us seeing this as an opportunity to actually unite and have a peaceful society in which may be a liberal. A conservative don't hate each other and maybe a Christian and a Muslim. A joke. Get along and march together and maybe a cop it a civil rights leader could actually work and say, OK? We'll try to make this better. They don't want that. Just understand that a lot of these people are not pushing for any of it. Some are but some aren't There are people who have an agenda and keeping all of this crap going because they simply what? Nothing but trouble. And that's the deal with the devil they made in Wauwatosa. They haven't bought themselves any piece by what they've done. They have merely guaranteed that they are going to be targeted permanently. Once they showed that they are so lily livered and so immoral that they would destroy the life of a young police officer just to satisfy a mob of people, many of whom don't even live in their community. Don't assume that a man's were well intended. And I think you saw in New York that they weren't Keep paralysis peeking out powerfully and eloquently on defending the police. That's still in front of us. We got lot Don't and you're not allowed to turn the radio off. Did Larry Sanders used to say in his show? Garry Shandling started the Larry Sanders Show You watch the Larry Sanders Show. Yeah, I know It's late. Wasn't the late eighties, so that like I go, there's no way It might have been off 20 years. That's the one ripped horn, wasn't it? You know, it's been a while, though. That was before Jeffrey Tambor became a superstar tonight it's 92. Holy cow..

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"new york city police department" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A much larger monument New York city's police departments disbanding the type of plainclothes anti crime units that were involved in the twenty fourteen death of Eric garner and long been criticized for aggressive tactics commissioner Dermot Shea making that announcement Monday amid the nationwide reckoning for policing in the wake of George Floyd's death last month I just chaired a meeting of senior executives of the police department it is regarding the deployment of precinct levels and PSA level anti crime units these of the plainclothes units that operate on traditional anti crime effective immediately we will be transitioning those units roughly six hundred people city wide into a variety of assignments including active zero David hood policing and other signs why this is twenty first century policing intelligence data shotspotter make no mistake this is a seismic shift in the culture of how the NYPD police is this great city it will be felt immediately throughout the five district attorneys offices it will be felt immediately in the communities that we protect we can do it with brains we can deal with dial we can move away from full force and it is it is lost on no one certainly not the people that live in the neighborhoods.

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New York PD rules out criminality by Shake Shack after officers fall ill

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

New York PD rules out criminality by Shake Shack after officers fall ill

"Who the New York City police department has been investigating whether three New York City police officers drank milkshakes spiked with bleach WCBS TV Alice gainer at a shake shack in Manhattan three officers became sick after having shakes from the restaurant police say the officers remain hospitalized employees are being questioned Sheikh sample was taken to a lab for testing we're just in from the NYPD there was no criminality by shake shack

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New York Police Department Eliminating Plainclothes Anti-Crime Units in Move Toward More Community Policing

Jay Talking

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

New York Police Department Eliminating Plainclothes Anti-Crime Units in Move Toward More Community Policing

"New York City police department is shutting down its plainclothes anti crime unit some six hundred officers will be reassigned in a move towards more community policing and my PD commissioner Dermot Shea explained why the officers will moving to other units including detective work this is twenty first century policing intelligence data shotspotter video he added this is a seismic shift in how the NYPD police is New York

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"new york city police department" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You don't have to be certified W. A. B. a robust debate today we are so here's the problem with it the president United States in Donald Trump really hasn't bought into this entire concept is different he's different he's not a political pundit he's not all Riley or murdered or anybody like that he he's elevated so when he tweets the tweets going out to what eight million people the tweet is power that did tweet has the ability to engender opinion so we don't know yet we don't know yet who this I know I'm best to getting myself by the way who this guy is but even if he's the most radical in chief of sympathizers he's seventy five years old okay you over look it you don't get involved if you're the president it's small ball let me say pleasant this bill o'reilly when every every leader Republican and democratic took Howard Lee to defend the police too cowardly too timid you have the president with a pair who's going to defend the buffalo cops if you watch the video taping you slow it down that guy was doing something illicit with his phone well let's see that the I I'm looking at right now you're looking at it but let's get look the two cops in buffalo have been arrested in charge yes all right so their defense attorneys should be the ones driving this debate not Donald Trump that's what I'm saying let let it unfold if this turns out to be charade and and not what and I'm not gonna be shocked are you I mean the pressure builders builder or engineer which it doesn't do Donald Trump for the country any good for him to get involved in these kinds of things no question about the bigger picture for Donald Trump which is lost which is why Austin these little tweaks the bigger pictures dot and they're writing his speech now I know there I can't tell you anymore than that but they they are writing a speech for president trump delivers a nation about race relations and the police and the position that president trump has to stake out is the exact same position as Barack Obama stuff and I and I ran it last night on the no spin news and bill o'reilly dot com I ran Obama's one thirty five sound bite where he basically looked into the camera after the Baltimore Freddie gray thing is are you got it you can't do this to the police this is Barack Obama yeah chaired doing too the police we ended yesterday he said everything that the you said the right things right so so president trump all he has to do is get up and four other nations that look I disagree with my predecessor in a lot of things but I don't disagree with them on this because every responsible American leader and that includes the Blasi informal and all of these clowns and I don't know of whom was a clown that might it be saved the blushes certainly yes okay they are basically subverting their own city state and country by getting on board and saying I yeah we have the do you define the police the police save lives everyone knows that and the most they save our poor people and if you take them off the street which New York City is effectively doing right now do you think that the New York City police department today is going to respond the way they did four months ago prime motive it's not at all no it's not no you're going to lose out of the forty thousand cops you're going to lose ten to fifteen percent of veteran officers all right a second do smart policemen and women they're going to leave do you not understand that okay and that is going to hurt the city what do you see a year from now on we're speaking and we will be a year from now where do you see what happens to the crime rate in New York City and wait'll you see how many more people there are in this city is built a blouse you're going to take that on him it's my fault about his wife you going to do that when they are going to be hundreds of dead people that would be alive if you hadn't done this do you phone the police garbage I mean it just you it is sinful no reason to take it a step further solely McRae she talk to someone about this missing the police and I'll utopian and how beautiful New York would look those are her words not mine when you know polyester blouse you know how they the city go from three thousand murders a year to three hundred a year they got that that that that that that of course was the unlikely date let's say black lives you know moving up in weight P. D. builders say yum this is feeling out there like I told him it's every day with my own family members my own family members and friends and others that keep yelling at me listen you you better jump on the way all of America all white black blah blah blah there are there with black lives matter you know people losing jobs on Bravo television NFL players are dealing with the anthem and saluting black lives matter we're gonna rename streets here in New York if the black lives matter and their contention to me is is out there you really can't be so negative against it because in the end they're going to win and I can't I just can't bring myself bill to accept the group but not that long ago yelp things like we want that counts now and pigs in a blanket from him but all the right of these people right but if we don't accept them to a certain extent we'll be outside looking in now gonna be tremendous backlash against black lives matter and the radical left I don't know when it's going to come that's why I get so crazed when Donald Trump doesn't do what he should do in my opinion humble it all right because there is gonna be a backlash I believe that most African Americans don't support black lives matter all right it black lives matter is exactly the same as the black Panthers there's no difference no difference in their syllabus no difference in their public pronouncements off the pigs pigs in a blanket are there any is there any difference between that no sound so we said this the other day yes so black lives matter the black Panthers you want the black Panthers running the United States of America is that what you want you want these black lives matter people who are just not socialist they're Marxists they're Marxists and they say it sounds like they're not saying that but the difference is and what your family and friends and I didn't even know you had the friends maybe since and we are we let's do this now is it depresses behind black lives matter so AT and T. slash CNN they're promoting it like it's been nine like it's a good group like they're looking out for all Americans they're not looking out for all Americans violin group black lives matter they got thirty three million dollars in donations from George Soros the most radical leftist in the United States of America what do you think they're going to try to do they don't want freedom of speech look at all people being fired across the country and threaten and everything else who's behind that that's black lives matter Stalinism that's what they do that's witnessing a bill o'reilly in the Bernie and sid show absolutely but I love your passion bill listen your column where there's a will we we told you we get to it we're getting to it now I loved it I love the conclusion especially tell us about where there's a will hi George will is is arrogant guy you many people know who he is I disassembled him when he attacked my book killing Reagan on the air met because Jesus.

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"new york city police department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Staff you're listening to Bloomberg law with June Grosso from Bloomberg radio this is green courts first change on the second amendment in almost a decade petered out in a six to three ruling the court dropped a clash over New York City handgun transportation restrictions saying the city had made the issues in the case moot by changing the law to give residents more freedom to travel with their weapons here's justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the oral arguments as city there shall not enforce the regulations so what's left of this case the criticism that and all the relief that they thought they can carry on to a second home they can carry it to a fire as to the practice range out of state joining me is noted second amendment scholar Adam Winkler a professor at UCLA law school so Adam basically the court took the available exit ramp out of the case was that surprising to any extent well worker probably been good this was the first big second amendment case the court had taken in a long time thousand and eight and two thousand and then December how ARE and oversee Chicago it's been a long time the court has waded into the fact the momentum of a lot of open questions including whether bans on assault weapons are allowed whether state they really restrict concealed Kerry won the court took the case everyone bought what they had great anticipation that this was going to be a major ruling that would really reshaped second amendment jurisprudence so we can have that ultimately Peter out on an issue there is no surprise why did the three most conservative justices Samuel Alito Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch still want to hear the case well we're not that the underlying challengers didn't receive everything that they really wanted that the new rules put in place by the city remain ambiguous about what they allow and what they don't allow and they thought that the case should go forward clearly though part of their motivation and what really comes through in justice a leader of the counting opinion is the idea that the Courtney the staff and in their view just stop the lower court from owning the Heller Kay and just with the leaders yeah that that the lower court handled the Heller case have been complied the rules and basically held to many gun laws and other legal one the court step back and he was joined by justice Gorsuch when he was joined in part by justice Thomas and the governor who didn't join justice Alito's opinion in his own concurring opinion just the cap on Oct much of the same that we need to take an economic case because the lower court have been metal buying outlook it still wasn't surprising then that Kavanagh who may have been the fourth vote to take the case didn't align himself with the conservatives here well everyone was looking to see what Brett Kavanaugh would do this is Brett Kavanaugh's first second amendment K. since joining the Supreme Court of the lower court judges on the DC circuit court of appeals ruled in a case called Heller who appropriately he had dissented in a case that upheld a ban on military style assault rifles and certain kinds of registration requirements and in their opinion he said that he thought that the courts were applying the wrong standard what virtually all the circuits have now started applying economic it is a two part standard that out whether the underlying activity is regulated and subject to economic protection and then if so whether the government has officially strong enough reasons to burden that right but just the Cavanaugh has voiced his opinion about the wrong way to think about the issues that we should only look at history and tradition for answers on what is allowed by the second amendment do any of the other justices on the court have that same approach well we might expect that justice Gorsuch might take a similar approach we might expect that justice Thomas would take a similar approach we're not quite sure about your legal and one of the interesting things that that justice Thomas did not join the one portion of justice leaders defending opinion and it was of course for just the believe talked about the government interest in public safety and talk about things in the framework of a kind of Alan thing of government interest against individual right here like maybe just a comment they don't have anything to do with any discussion of standards of review it all and talk about what history and tradition and what laws we had in seventeen ninety one tell us what laws we can have today if the court had actually taken up the case and decided on the merits do you think that they would have thrown the law out court watchers were pretty certain that new York's rules we're headed for disaster in the Supreme Court which is I think why gun safety advocates work with the city of New York police department and then ultimately with the state legislature in New York to get this rule overturned and then a state law passed by the the New York City police department could not reinstate the rule live a mention of the Supreme Court hasn't taken a gun case in over ten years on a major second amendment issue everyone expected this to be a potential landmark New York laws were the most restrictive in the nation not the kind of laws you wanna stand up or a landmark ruling at the Supreme Court in yet the law passed muster at the District Court and the second circuit upright the larger crowd monster in the lower court we've seen in most lower court cases that gun control laws have done pretty well and this is part of the source of a claim that justice Alito make an opinion and just the promises made previously that they believe the feminist being treated like second class right from court not quite right I think what we see is that in general courts have always been deferential when it comes to gun control laws in part because courts don't want to be second guessing these vital measures that are necessary for public safety but I think the Supreme Court seems to have at least a forgot who are itching to step into the fray and maybe do just that justice Alito at one point said that we can allow people to be basically messing with our docket is that what New York really did here they changed the law so that it wouldn't get reviewed by the Supreme Court while New Yorker change of law and justice Alito claims that in the most negative way of trying to alter the docking of the Supreme Court but it's also the case that we want government to be responsive and that if the government thanks but it's going to lose a constitutional case the case where it's charged with violating constitutional rights do we want that government entity that hold on to that position come ochre by crook even when they know that the law is likely to be struck down by the court or do we want lawmakers to take the initiative and you know what we're going to repeal that law and that we're going to do what we think is right for the people I think that's what the city and state of New York there and that's kind of what we want government to be going when faced with a lot of the things that really are constitutionally questionable let's go back a little into history and tell us about the Heller case what it decided in what it left open for one reason or another New York on it so highly anticipated laws because the court in the Heller case back in two thousand and eight left so many questions unanswered court thank you have a right to have a hand gun in your home for personal protection but left virtually all of the rest of the important second amendment questions such as what kind of guns you can have where can you take your guns what are the limits can be posed some people who are very gun all those questions were left unanswered indeed the court number you unidentified standard of repute to apply in future second amendment I think quite a bit of consternation and confusion in the lower court so I think what's really at issue in the new York on Kate was not really so much New York gun laws but what the court would say in this case when they rule in America in a moment argument about the standard of review that should apply and what kind of laws are constitutional commendable and what kinds are not given the composition of the court the tune new trump justice seems likely the back court work articulate a pretty broad and expansive view of the fact that I'm Cavanaugh in his concurring opinion suggested that there were other cases coming along that the court might take up what are some of the cases that the court could take up well after Leo is right that the city and state of New York New Zealand at the docket of the Supreme Court we might note that they didn't do a very effective job because it's a goal stop the Supreme Court ruling on the second amendment it won't be a long lasting victory the Supreme Court of the number of cases where certain petitions have been filed in second amendment cases raising issues from restrictions on military style assault rifles to restrictions on concealed carry you need a fortune teller to tell you which of the case the court is going to take but the court has a number of them backed by very strong legal teams rating second amendment issue and could very well be that this time next year you're working about the major second amendment the Supreme Court issues fundamentally reshaping gun laws in America where is justice Roberts in the spectrum of gun rights the great mystery of the second amendment these days is what will Roberts no one really knows Chief Justice Roberts joined the majority opinion and both the Heller and McDonald case siding with gun right I'm not broader interpretation of the second amendment but didn't write his own opinion has never been spoken on this issue has written his own opinion and and turned in on certain other things like we can just comment on the lido and Gorsuch so we don't really know where chief justice Robert I'm the biggest question for the judge to therefore justices on the court represent the liberal wing of the court would love to see the court take effect mimicking a bank account on Chief Justice Roberts to vote to uphold the gun control law as for a record the represent the more conservative wing of the court that would love to see the court expand victim amendment right and the question criminal justice John Roberts on their side and likely to do that thanks so much for being on Bloomberg law Adam that's Adam Winkler a professor at UCLA law school a note Michael Bloomberg the founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP the parent company of Bloomberg radio is a donor to groups that support gun control including Everytown for gun safety and that's it for this edition of.

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"new york city police department" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"People A. B. C. Stephanie Rameau's meantime the New York City police department releasing its numbers on social distancing violators sixty arrests and three hundred forty three summonses handed out since March sixteenth police commissioner Dermot Shea issuing a stern warning after a series of clashes between police officers and members of the orthodox Jewish community over social distancing rules he says violations won't be tolerated and that offenders are putting the lives of his cops at risk optimism from billionaire investor Warren Buffett he says he's confident the U. S. economy will recover from the corona virus pandemic even as his own company suffered staggering losses the head of Berkshire Hathaway at the company's virtual shareholder meeting Saturday against America and nothing can stop America says but it may have been interrupted buffet says the country's richer and fairer than at its founding but cut off was to call the pandemic caused downturn led to a nearly fifty billion dollar loss for the holding company you can bet on America but you guys have to be careful about how you bet but it also revealing Berkshire sold all of its stock in U. S. based airlines chucks Iverson ABC news and here's a reason not to forget your face mask in public there's a new trend developing nickname social distancing shaming observers calling out those with faces on covered and not standing six feet apart you're listening to ABC news so I don't know if you saw this but there's just this big study about anxiety among us really interesting in this study about what can keep us up at night one of the top stressors out of all the things to worry about is paying for health care a huge majority of us they were worried about that it's totally understandable but there's an affordable alternative to health insurance.

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NYPD officers fan out across New York City to enforce social distancing

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

NYPD officers fan out across New York City to enforce social distancing

"New York City police dispatched one thousand officers this weekend to enforce social distancing as spring weather learn new Yorkers out of quarantine near governor Andrew Cuomo providing an update on the number of daily deaths from the corona virus that number has remained of the noxious simply and terrifyingly high and it's still not dropping at the rate we would like to see a drop in it even went up a little bit two hundred ninety nine New York City police department has made sixty arrests related to social distancing since March sixteenth

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"new york city police department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It's hard to find a business in New York City these days that isn't facing a disastrous presence or gloomy future but it's also hard to find one that isn't trying in its own special way to pitch in and help and cadet columnist of the Wall Street journal found a bunch of examples and what have you found people say the new Yorkers kind of come together and pull together when things get tough and what was really cool all reporting out the story is that how you know it seems like every business in New York City whether it's a big corporate health center a little tiny outfit they're opening their own kind of interesting funnier amazing way to help so one of my favorite one is a little vodka manufactured in Bushwick Brooklyn called Eriko and there are very recent start up and they have the slick super cool new technology for making vodka and they're not the only ones that they started switching from making backups making hand sanitizer returning to hospitals and different here to the agencies like the New York City police department and what is that you know bush with Brooklyn is full of what kind of creative artsy hi design kind of start ups so divide come with very expensive and came in with like really super cool package and of course their hand sanitizer those who come from this very minimalist very cool bottle and it's really great that they're doing the hand sanitizer but they haven't come to stop being themselves but I found kind of a lot of different examples like that another really kind of fun what I found was a lady who owns to school to school locations in Manhattan called profession class in their classes for adults and kids who want to learn how to so of course he had to show both of them down in the middle of March but she started doing free online instructional video anyone can access a mother wants to do with how to how to build your own facemask yeah so this is kind of cute little video where she's making this face mask out of like cotton bird print fabric and apparently hospitals are so desperate these days for face masks of the even use these homemade fabric face mask she's hoping that her students and other folks to see the video might pension incentives to hospitals what struck me to reading your story and the air cold vodka company was a good example yeah it's it's not that just the companies are making things and giving them away like they're changing their business line like they've gone from making vodka making hand sanitizer and some of the part you know properties may be the same or whatever but they've changed their business line for this this vodka maker he there probably wasn't even on the store shelves at concerts sign up so they were supplied all of their products to local restaurants and now all the customer's responsibility well what can we do with a very nice way to sort of pivot and help out at the same time exam in cadet columnist at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news.

New York City
"new york city police department" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Us the Twin Cities news talk dot com and click on like in our Facebook box they're a little tiny outfit they're opening their own kind of interesting or funny or amazing way to help so one of my favorite one is a little vodka manufacturer in Bushwick Brooklyn called Eriko and they're very recent start up and it was like super cool new technology for making vodka and they're not the only ones that they started switching from making bacha to making hand sanitizer was threatening to hospitals and different here to the agencies like the New York City police department and what is that you know Bushwick Brooklyn school of what kind of creative artsy hi design kind of start up so their battle with very expensive and came in with like really super cool package and of course their hand sanitizer does to a come from this very minimalist very cool bottle and it's really great that they're doing the hand sanitizer how to stop being themselves but I found kind of a lot of different examples like that another really kind of fun what I found was a lady who owns to school through school locations in Manhattan called but passing class in their classes for adults and kids who want to learn how to sew on the course she had to show both of them down in the middle of March but she started doing free online instructional that anyone can access a mother wants to do with how to how to build your own facemask yeah so this is kind of cute little video where she's making this face mask kind of like cotton bird print fabric and apparently hospital they're so desperate these days for facemask for believing uses homemade fabric place mats so she's hoping that her students and other folks to see the video might pitch in incentives to hospitals what struck me to reading your story and the air cold vodka company was a good example yeah it's it's not that just the companies are making things and giving them away like they're changing their business line like they've gone from making vodka making hand sanitizer and some of them are you know properties may be the same or whatever but they've changed their business line for this and I'm maker he there probably wasn't even on the store shelf that because their staff so they were supplying all of their products to local restaurants and now all the customers are controversial well what can we do it's a very nice way to sort of pick up and help out at the same time exam in cadet columnist at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news from.

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"new york city police department" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Farmers American farmers welcome back thank you for your biz talk radio and joining us now is a west point graduate former US army officer who has studied practiced and taught leadership for more than twenty five years we thank him for his services client list includes the FBI the New York City police department and this C. I. A. young presidents organization informs among many others you've seen him on CNN history channel and CNBC and we're so thrilled and regenerate Rivera was with us today in this book is called blame the Jed his new novel and add welcome to the program thanks for having me on so as someone who has studied practiced and taught leadership for for over twenty five years with an impressive client list I mean very impressive client list what was it that brought you to write your new book claim that dad so I've written a nonfiction about World War two one of my books was about the invasion of Sicily in nineteen forty three and that work was based on interviews with surviving veterans this is going back a few years turning to fiction in that same theater just gave me more latitude to combine stories to to a share anecdotes that you know they did make it into the non fiction book just give me a bigger canvas to work with but you know it's interesting that the think the thread that runs through all of my work both in leadership that eighteen nonfiction and fiction is storytelling stories are compelling can be compelling for people there memorable fifty two years of marketers terms and it's a great way to to teach so my one of my businesses is I take executive team to Gettysburg in Normandy for years the history of those battles to get people engaged in talking about their organizations and how they can be better and you know what a high functioning organizations versus a dysfunctional organization looks like so yeah so the common thread through everything all all the way through and including my fiction is is storytelling right and you tell us about I guess the question is there if you know your you asked the question in war who deserves justice and then the title blame the dead and I'm looking at the cover right now for for people just joining us and it's a instead of well you set up the picture so I think the our department did a great job Willman soldier one of the things I got to do in this book there is if you research into the history of U. S. army nurses in the European theater course most famous American female participant war war two is Rosie the riveter who who stands in for all the women who stepped up to fill in when the man went overseas but a lot of American women's volunteer to the nurses in the army and in the navy I was very close to the front lines and well the the main character is a is a guy former Philadelphia because he runs into a woman who knows from the neighborhood who was an army nurse and so I got to write a lot about them so the cover actually shows a woman in a khaki uniforms and she's she's a little bit crowds down because often the distance you can see a German airplane so there's that uncertainty what's going to happen a little bit of the trauma and I like the way they they put smoke on the on the cover there so that is the question about who deserves justice you know in any any kind of story about war is finally a story about morality and what intrigued me about this particular story is we think of one of the army's or one of the military's main product to inflict chaos on the enemy the band almost immediately you have to re establish some order behind the battle lines and so medical people do that by treating the bodies in treating that the psyches of wounded soldiers and military police function does that as well to try to re establish some sort of law and order in this space that had just recently been had every every bit of that removed the armies of the plant went through I'm at was it because of your west point connection and and your past that fascinates you about the war I would say it's because the data is I've been reading snow terrier street and I could read okay I did at a young age yeah yeah yeah I mean as a kid at the joke in my family as a kid that you know the two things I want to do with the soldier be a writer so I've got a I've got to do both those things cannot establish general Kerry culture when I was in the army when I was at west point so I think that that comes to bear you know my experience in the more modern military because I understand how soldiers talking saying can maintain their humor or not in the face hardships so all that come to bear I'm you know it's obvious that we are hearing stories in it because we just you know celebrated I don't know celebrate is the right word but this seventy fifth anniversary of the enter for old war to just happened and we have seen so many touching stories from Holocaust survivors going back you are switching to all of the news stations talking to man that survived World War two and how it impacted their lives and so this is obviously a perfect time for this new book blame the dead yeah they the seventy fifth anniversary of the victory in Europe V. E. day is coming up on may eighth and then the yeah in the September will see the seventy fifth anniversary of VJ day victory over Japan Plano dad is actually the first in a series of calling victory in Europe so the protagonist in this book is incessantly in nineteen forty three the second book which we call comes to war find themselves in London in nineteen forty four as everybody's getting ready for this big invasion you know nobody knows the exact time or place except a few people are in on the secret but there's all this pent up energy you know when you have a million and a half Americans crammed into a fund in this island nation and other stuff which is about the size of Georgia wearing out their welcome and everybody's all keyed up so there's a lot of dramatic possibility there and do you already have the others written so the second book comes the war is actually from my laptop downstairs all delivered to my editor within the next couple weeks actually it's been a fun I have a friend whose from Manchester England he says take a look at the manuscript to see what is that what we have in common between American English and and British English and that what what I need to tighten up for a purpose characters think that British people the operator Merican say that British people would ever say and and vice versa yeah the book is called blame the dead an ad what's the best website how can people find out more about it please our world available everywhere all the old major booksellers bookstores libraries Amazon online if available in audio form and downloadable to for people who use digital readers as well so it's that's what it's out there so the easiest way to find it is just Google the title blame the dad or my name and you'll run.

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"new york city police department" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"And high ranking police officials widely incorporated the stop question the stop question and frisk use the stop and frisk office socially with broken windows policing according to the broken windows theory low level crime and disorder creates an environment that encourages more serious crime so among the key proponents of that theory or George Keeling and William Bratton was chief of the New York City transit police from nineteen ninety to nineteen ninety two and commissioner of the New York City police department from nineteen ninety four to ninety six mayor Rudy hired Bratton for the latter job endorsed broken window policing Giuliani and Bratton presided over an expansion of the New York police department to crack down on low level crimes including of fare evasion that's when they're jumping the turnstiles of the subways public drinking public urination graffiti artist and squeegee men these are the folks who run up to your car and you know they want to watch the irritating as hell I've got that all the time right and leaving the airport in Philadelphia and so anyway Brandon Keeling argue that stop and frisk has been wrongly conflated with broken windows policing they are going to stop and frisk is a short term tactics for preventing a potential crime whereas broken windows policing is a long term tactic that requires the police to win games with communities so that's where all this came from and so it's interesting because it's on the mean streets of New York and you're in a situation where police are having to make snap decisions and vain makes that decision sometimes based on someone's color and that's where the controversy is and Bloomberg endorse that policy I don't even understand how it will end and that look we can argue about whether it's legitimate or not or whether it's help reduce crime but in the Democratic Party in this day and age in this hemisphere house I did even still in the race with this tell you what several billion dollars in the postage.

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"new york city police department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:47 min | 2 years ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"This one the stick in my file here there's a former New York City police department Cup of former NYPD cop was punished and bloodied at his very own birthday party because a person's fault he was wearing a maggot had I mean really you can't wear a make America great again hat without getting assaulted injured spat upon I mean we've had numerous stories like this you know even that jussie Smollett create many say that the two attackers who he said were white and they warrant and what were they wearing magic hats yeah if this is Maggie country whatever that crap I look at the picture now of this former NYPD cop who literally is bloodied he's got a black guy in these bloodied yes he was attacked it is very old fiftieth birthday party but he wasn't wearing a magic hat he was wearing a hat that was mistaken for a magna hacked this former NYPD copy actually detective when he retired he's quite a woman punched him in the face in Nashville Tennessee happened over the weekend because she mistook his hat for a make America great again mac I have the red cap with the white lettering Staten Island resident Daniel Sprague told the New York Post that he was celebrating his fiftieth birthday party with his wife and friends at this stage on Broadway on Friday when he was assaulted by a woman that he did not know I was outside let's see from the this is not a sizeable we're here because it says a former NYPD detective says one punched him in the face in national over the weekend because his hat look like a magic cap yeah he was celebrating his fiftieth birthday with his wife and friends of the stage on Broadway on Friday was assaulted by a woman in now I was outside my friends when someone grabbed me from behind spun me around punch me in the face he retired from the NYPD in two thousand nine at first I thought it was a friend until I got hit couldn't believe that somebody got that upset in reality is cap was emblazoned with not make America great again his cap said make fifty great again his fiftieth birthday Meg fifty great again I played on make America great again and the cap it's designed to look like a magnet cap wow also his shirt had an American flag that said making America great since nineteen seventy the bars bouncers booted the ball from the property before they had a chance to call the cops but he filed a report the following day all night people were giving the thumbs up smiles or showing rage until they walked up close and saw what they had actually said he said I love trump but I wouldn't hit somebody who had a Bernie had on spent more than two decades on the NYPD force retired as a member of the I'll leave a merger see service unit and break a detective the metropolitan I thought when I saw a Broadway I'm like at this stage on Broadway fried and think of the of the the thing a Broadway New York of I guess it was in Nashville yeah the mac and the metropolitan Nashville Tennessee police department confirmed that they took a report on the incident you believe this I I get it doesn't surprise me doesn't shock me because we've had stories like this in the past and you should be able to support whichever candidate you want and not get attacked was it the last episode Larry David curb your enthusiasm was of the episode before I like Larry David I I was I don't care first politics I don't like a lot of the politics of the actors that are out there but as I said I didn't watch the Oscars the other night because I don't want to waste three and a half hours of my life and here potential little soapbox speeches and lectures but still I love movies and the movies that were nominated this year I saw most of them are fantastic like parasite is a must see once upon a time in Hollywood Brad Pitt made a yeah the speech and he dropped in what what did he drop and Brad Pitt was all that Bolton then you get a chance to test the fun Brad Pitt was phenomenal in quitting Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood are highly recommend any movies were fantastic the joker I saw Joe Joe rabbit was insanely good I love movies and yeah I'm not one of these individuals that yeah well I I'm I'm not gonna watch any movies or or watch these actors because they may not jibe with Michael I don't do that crap only a few only when they hate America like I just by Sean Penn that I avoid Sean Penn stuff not to mention his his aiding and abetting to dictators like a Fidel Castro and we'll go Chavez in Venezuela the back in the day and I I think maybe even Maduro so yeah Danny Glover Sean Penn Harry Belafonte day those three have been on my crap listed all avoid them at all costs because they've been anti US anti democracy as far as I'm concerned but the I just Larry David I know what I was gonna say if we get back on track here Larry David there was a scene and and most of the last episode of curb and those shows funny as hell where does is rough and tumble biker that Larry cut off and the bikers about the read them the riot act next to a mobile and then he puts on a magma hand the guy's like O. okay all right no problem almost like Hey you're one of us one of the club so the insinuation is that if the let the crowd if they've got this secret cold they're communicating and somebody might want to beat somebody up but if you're you're part of the maggot crawl you're now you're one of us I'm not going to I'm not going to attack you so that was one of the scenes and then the other themes war that Larry was able to repel people from situations that you don't want them involved in by putting on the mac app that people would avoid him for wearing the mag that was a tough was funny I thought a sense of humor your folks but again we should be able to have our opinions but we are in a situation where this country folks is so polarized it's out of control anyway back over to president trump and bar and Roger stone and the whole deal and I'm sorry bring this up in the sense that if I deliver facts sometimes on the show and I'll pine I discuss the actual content of the way things are and things why they happened and what the the true details all people get angry because sometimes maybe the facts are not beneficial for president trump but I'm not gonna lie I'm not going to bend the facts about the store and I'm not going to deceive you by mission on the show talk about the tweet before the bottom of the hour break talked about trump this morning at six fifty three congratulating Attorney General bill Barr for taking charge of the Roger stone Casey called out of control for the record and this is important for the record multiple court did uphold the legitimacy of the appointment of Robert Muller because in the tweet trump also attacks Bob Muller evidence now clearly shows that the Bob of the molars scam was improperly brought in tainted even Bob Mahler lied to Congress so multiple courts most of the federal court upheld the legitimacy of Robert Maulers appointment at his investigation now there were some good things that came out of the investigation or drop there was some bad things trump did not collude with the Russians I knew this all along I told you that was a force in that was ridiculous but there is a potential obstruction I remember we have multiple courts now they did uphold the legitimacy of Robert Muller and his appointment and the investigation in November Roger stone get me Roger still in November Roger stone was convicted on seven counts including five counts of lying to Congress one count each of witness tampering and obstruction of a proceeding federal prosecutors have told a federal judge on Monday that stone should be sentenced to serve seven to nine years in prison for those charges which were brought against him by a former special counsel Robert Muller as part of his investigation into Russian election interference spot in this world unprecedented turn of events the department of justice filed an updated sentencing memo yesterday noting that the previous recommendation by these for prosecutors who tried the case and got the convictions against stone would not be appropriate and instead it said the first to the court while suggesting a more lenient treatment the updated sentencing memo came just hours after trump tweeted very late on Monday night that the initial recommendation was quote horrible very unfair situation this is horrible unfair the real crimes were on the other side as nothing happens to them cannot allow this miscarriage of justice on the president denies that he tried to intimidate or that he placed his thumb on the scales of justice telling reporters that he did not speak to the justice department and the critics are saying that well you didn't need to speak to the OJ that your tweet clearly sent the message to the DOJ and to bill Barr the Attorney General and then the president went on to say that I stay out of things to a degree that people wouldn't believe but I did not speak to them and then he did add that he has the absolute right to get involved if he wants to he also said I thought the recommendation was ridiculous I thought that the whole prosecution was ridiculous I thought that was an insult to the country it shouldn't happen we will see what goes on there but that was a horrible aberration now the log in the prosecutor's followed where are these federal guidelines but recommended that the maximum under these guidelines because of the witness tampering charge and the conviction that really is what amplified this matter was it gives some of what Roger stone was convicted of it this is true in some of what Roger stone was convicted of maybe only a couple of months in similar cases on some of the counts some of the charges but what really change the dynamic was the witness tampering it was that and the big question here is what does the judge do so deferring to the judge this Amy Jackson Berman I'm gonna get to but that in just a second all of the phone yes the judge can say Hey I'm going with the original recommendation is the judges is Amy Jackson Berman is she going to send the message to the D. O. J..

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"new york city police department" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"new york city police department" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Witness said the suspect fled the residence but was later taken into custody by the New York City police department York city police are stepping up patrols in Jewish neighborhoods after multiple cases of anti semitic assaults occurred during this week during the Hanukkah holiday as New York city's mayor met with Jewish leaders in crown heights detectives were arresting a woman on hate crime charges for slapping three female victims in the face and head during the interrogation she made statements that she commit this crime because she thought that they were they were Jewish chief of detectives Rodney Harrison says it's not an isolated case we've noticed eight eight crimes that are alarming to us Monday a man wearing a yarmulke was attacked and kicked in Manhattan I'm Jackie Quinn thirty say small plane crash in the parking lot of a post office in Louisiana shortly after take off killing five people correspond again Lorman report the F. A. A. says the two engine plane went down about a mile from the Lafayette regional airports Saturday morning a Lafayette fire department spokesman says the plane caught fire after it crashed into the flames fully engulfed a cart nearby Lafayette fire department spokesman says four people were brought to the hospital one for the plane one of the ground into post office employees Australia's prime minister says the city's iconic new year Eavis fireworks will go ahead despite the wildfire crisis show the world Australia's resiliency authorities meanwhile are bracing for.

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4 homeless men killed while sleeping in New York City

Rush Limbaugh

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

4 homeless men killed while sleeping in New York City

"For homeless men are dead after being brutally beaten in New York city's Chinatown neighborhood police say they were attacked well they slept by a suspect brandished seen what's being described as a weapon similar to a metal pipe a male fitting description was of server carrying the metal object Steven J. Hughes the New York City police department the suspect is also reportedly homeless there's still no word on a motive a fifth victim is in critical condition after being rushed to a Manhattan

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4 homeless men killed while sleeping in New York City

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

4 homeless men killed while sleeping in New York City

"A twenty four year old man in custody in connection with the brutal beating deaths of several homeless man for homeless men are dead after being brutally beaten in New York city's Chinatown neighborhood police say they were attacked well they slept by a suspect brandished seen what's being described as a weapon similar to a metal pipe a male fitting description was of terror carrying the metal object Steven J. Hughes the New York City police department the suspect is also reportedly homeless there's still no word on a motive a fifth victim is in critical condition after being rushed to a Manhattan

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NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo fired in 2014 Eric Garner chokehold death

Rush Limbaugh

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo fired in 2014 Eric Garner chokehold death

"After years of investigations in protest in New York City police department is firing the officer involved with the twenty fourteen chokehold death of Eric garner NYPD commissioner James o'neil says he understands that many officers on the force will disagree with this decision to fire officer Daniel Pantaleo we must move forward together as one city determined to secure a safety for all new Yorkers and safety for every police officer working daily to protect

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Motorcycle backfire mistaken for gunshots sparks fear in Times Square

Hugh Hewitt

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Motorcycle backfire mistaken for gunshots sparks fear in Times Square

"Please have an explanation for Tuesday night's sounds the triggered panic in new York's Times Square the New York City police department says the noise of backfiring motorcycles because the warm and some people scrambling in Times Square last night the NYPD tweeted it received a number of nine one one calls an urge the public to remain calm the clearing the Times Square area is very safe and adding there was no active shooter this year comes just days after thirty one people were killed in two mass shootings less than twenty four hour support no Paso Texas in Dayton

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Luis Alvarez, Champion of 9/11 Responders, Dies at 53

Live Your True Life Perspectives with Ashley Berges

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Luis Alvarez, Champion of 9/11 Responders, Dies at 53

"The former New York City police department detective who appeared before congress two weeks ago, seeking funds for nine eleven victims has died USA's, John Clemens report. Has served twenty years as a US marine then with the NYPD and spent three months at ground zero after nine eleven died from cancer at the age of fifty three Alvarez appeared on Capitol Hill on June eleventh, seeking funding for the nine eleven victims compensation fund. Never forget. I'm here to make sure that you in a statement from his family. They declared told him at the end that he had won his battle by the many lives. He touched. I'm John Clemens.

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Liu Alvarez, Cancer And NYPD discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Liu Alvarez, Cancer And NYPD discussed on WBZ Midday News

"A nine eleven first responder, who got a loud ovation. After his recent testimony before congress has died, the New York City. Police department confirming former detective Liu Alvarez died from his battle with cancer at the age of fifty three. Alvarez traveled to Capitol Hill earlier this month to testify with other first responders along with comedian Jon Stewart urging long lawmakers to pass legislation to keep the September eleventh victims compensation fund from running out of money. Here's ABC's Michelle Franzen with the story looking frail, but determined Lou Alvarez testified on Capitol Hill earlier this month about his battle with cancer sent twenty four hours from now. Will be sorting. My sixteen ninth round of chemotherapy now just weeks later Alvarez is the latest, I responded to die of nine eleven related illnesses. One of his last duties urging lawmakers to approve more money for the September eleventh victims compensation fund NYPD, chief of detectives Dermott shea tweeting Alvarez exemplify, the NYPD motto faithful

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At Least 4 Americans Are Among the Dead in Sri Lanka Bombings

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

At Least 4 Americans Are Among the Dead in Sri Lanka Bombings

"The State Department confirms Americans have died in the Easter Sunday terrorist attack USA radio's Timberg with the very latest at least four Americans have died in a terrorist attack on Christian churches and two luxury hotels in Syria. Lunka John Miller is a New York. City police department's deputy Commissioner of counter intelligence and terrorism. He tells CBS this morning, what you're looking at is the kind of operation that would take a great deal of organization, a good deal of funding and more importantly, a fairly large number of people for your average Harris plot which increases operational security out of they run this for so long so much planning and so many wheels turning and without get out being on without it being found. Exactly

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