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Fresh "Newark" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"I e, the northern and Southern state parkways all in great shape a traffic in transit every 10 minutes on the ones and breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. I'm Kelly Dylan on 10 10 wins. Now. The AccuWeather four day forecast here is meteorologist John Feerick. No, we've got still, some rain in the area certainly impacting much of the five boroughs. Still, though it's generally light to moderate the heaviest of the rain passing to our south across. Portions of South Jersey moving into the Atlantic City area. Now, uh we'll see this rain generally taper off west thieves the next couple of hours already coming to an end in places like Mars Town, Wayne On soon it'll be ending in Newark Union and Elizabeth but again, maybe a leftover shower thunderstorm overnight in general drying out. We're down to 68 humid for tomorrow. A pop up shower Storm up 81 partly cloudy tomorrow night Low 71 then dry on Sunday. Partly sunny, warm and human Update 87. Hot, steamy Monday and Tuesday, both days up near 90. It looks like we could see a thunderstorm again on Tuesday, right now in Central Park, 70 with rain going down to 68 in midtown Manhattan with our meteorologist John Feerick on New York's Weather Station, 10 10 wins. Reilly. Auto parts can help make your auto maintenance easier. So when your car isn't stopping like it used to our professional parts, people will help you find the brake parts and supplies to do the job right the first time right.
New Jersey's Five-year local residency rule for police, fire stalls in Senate
"Local residency requirements for new police officers and firefighters, one around in the Senate, which scuttled a planned vote at its last session. York Police Union leader James Stewart says the requirement could place officers in a difficult situation. Living in a community doesn't make the North police officer's job or any other police officer job easier. It makes it harder to bill would allow an exception for police officers or firefighters. You suffer injuries or the threat of injury to themselves, their family or their property. On Newark, Public School teachers and
Fresh "Newark" from Mark Levin
"Days after the storm swept through the region. Jim Fox says the J C p L service areas especially challenging for overhead wires, J c P L is in a very heavily vegetated area. I mean, if you look at kind of the tree map of the state of New Jersey, we're in the middle of it, and we have a lot of tree damage Typically from these storms, private gym owners in New York City say they can't afford to wait into the state says it's safe for them to reopen as there Only cash flow reports. They've come up with a rating system plan similar to what restaurants use. Our plan is backed by science. That's what Charlie Cassara says he's president of the New York Fitness Coalition. And that's in response to Governor Cuomo's hesitation to Green light the reopening of Jim's because they've been identified as the source of covert 19 infections in other states, But Cassara beliefs he's got a viable work around. Our plan offers a way to monitor the fitness in History and keep the public aware of measures being met on a monthly grading system. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77 W. ABC News. 16 people are dead after a plane crash in India earlier today, at least 89 people were injured and transported to local hospitals. The Dow closing up 46 points, NASDAQ Down 97 S and P Up 12. Islanders advancing with a 51 win over the Panthers. Yanks and raise tonight at Tropicana Field. Mets host the Marlins Nets against the Sacramento Kings and the Liberty Take on the Mystics forecast in the Ramsey Miles Weather Center tonight cloudy skies of thunderstorms Low 71 tomorrow morning thunderstorms and partly cloudy high 81 Sunday Partly cloudy high 86 79 in Central Park. It's 81 in Newark fromthe 77. BBC News Desk on Bob Brown. Next update at 6 30 streaming 24 7 on the only 77 WNBC mobile app traffic and transit up next It's one of the most important elections of our lifetime decision. 2020 Countdown is on 77 W. ABC gives you the information you need and opinions you trust.
Aria Pinot Noir Brut Cava
"Hey. From sheep wind finder again. With another wine review just posted on the sheep. WIND FINDER DOT COM website. And the area. You don't know why brutes. Are the freshman at groups of of. I think to. SLOW LARGEST ABBA makers in the world. And this one. Brought my I because. I think my favorite. Wine in the world, you say you can only drink one. I'm thinking they're expensive one. I WOULD WANNA punitive while this sham. and Taba. Is. made the exact same way that champagnes. Now, it's five, six, hundred miles farther south on the Mediterranean Ocean and. You know in Champagnes on the north side of the Burgundy area up in northern France. They're not the same growing regions, but they do make wine the same way. And they actually went out of their way to get new are. So, there is a little bit of a comparison because this actually As you know. Like, for Sakho is in made a second fermentation, that's the The bubbles come in. In large pressurize that and and by large I mean. Pressurize that. And can go anywhere from a couple of weeks a couple of months pressure. After the after the you know it's up to sugar and Co two comes out. The pressure puts it back down into the one after a few months it's incorporated in the wind you get bubbling. Its nineteenth century technology. Up and Champagne or Fifteen. Technology. For each and every bottle. Pat Some sugar and some. Covered up. It every day or two, just a quarter return. And come back a year and a half two years for years later, and there you go. Now you got. Older way of doing it. Kava. The same way for Sakho. Now, the Sharm at the tank affirmative action. So I saw Pinot Noir from Tabah which was cavs always a little bit. Not always a little bit. You can get. All sorts of really good Pavlos for less than twenty, twenty, five dollars. This was. Ninety nine. And it was directly kind of going one on one with shopping using Pinot noir grapes. Champagne, Chardonnay th-they new are a couple other grips to. And the minimum second fermentation has eighteen months, champagne. And here they want eighteen months with the staff of the IRA. In why? Roots Daba. Disip. Really, going I, want you really get. An expense. Oh, champagne of thirty, five, forty dollars. Twelve dollars. It's six hundred miles south of the grapes are grown differently blah blah blah. Clear stylistic difference between Kaaba and Champagne. They're not be the same thing. They set themselves up on this case to be the same, but it's not. And while. You Newark Bay Champagne is my very favorite in whole wide world and this doesn't quite meet that. It takes for eleven ninety nine it does well, it's a great. It's interesting Scott all sorts of. Flavors. It's smoother. It's brute. which is dry. It's got some good fruit flavors to. The city I just took second slip. That's when I know I like the senators when it gets, you drank in like sitting in a bar drinking beer if I reaching for the thing approaches. Spending wine of the same thing too.
Fresh "Newark" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Their news from 10 10 wins than from any other radio station in the nation. John Davis is our studio producer. Sharon Barnes Waters. The service aide. Tom Offer is the writer Ronnie Stern is at the editor's desk. I'm Susan Richard. Old news all the time. This is 10. 10 wins. You give us 22 minutes. We'll give you the world. Good afternoon. It's 74 degrees at 12 o'clock. I'm Larry Cantor. And here's what's happening. Good news. Or schools can reopen Governor Cuomo with the official announcement this morning. New York is a go on unforced error by Con Ed this morning as parts of the city lost power. Theo economy added 1.8 million jobs last month. Ashley it Israel are getting ready for their big day, as they say I do here on 10 10 wins on Sunday. 10 10 wins. Thank you. Weather. Chance of showers on high today. 80 This's Andrew Rodeo. Bloomberg better than expected July jobs. Numbers Give Way to worry over Crumbling stimulus talks in Washington At least from Wall Street's view, the Dow is down 112 wins. News Times 12 01 From the 10 10 wins Traffic center. Here's Karen Stewart in New Jersey that was found here by truck lanes. The outer roadway, of course, out by 11 for the parkway. We've gotta debris spill still out there with shoulder is blocked. I've got my eye on it here on the 10 10 wins Jam can there are only very slight delays into the area. It's not really too much of a big deal at this point. Making your way up into the eastern Western Spurs. There are both directions off the Eastern spur delays around Interchange 16 with roadwork, and as we check what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels, we are very heavy. Still across the Newark Bay Bridge, the inbound George's Chen, the outbound George's an hour thean and outbound side of Lincoln is doing pretty well and the inbound Holland Tunnel again with about 10 to 15 minute delay. We've got a lot of heavy traffic right now on Route nine. Trying to get westbound across the Pulaski Skyway. Construction is to blame in that case, and then to the burrows. We've got an awful lot of construction happening. We've even got it on the US the go on us in Brooklyn inbound from 92nd Fort Hamilton. That's why the Brooklyn bounce. Verrazano Bridge is jammed from back to Staten Island. But we've also got outbound wanted delays to Staten Island bound Verrazano Bridge because We've got roadwork there at the Verrazano. It's on the lower level today. Train delays well,.
Melatonin, CBD, Creatine, and Immunity Boosts
"Chris Welcome welcome to another episode of. Ask The guys here. We have a title. So here we are. This is what I would we do. Five or six other episodes like this before it's been a while and well we've done. One and people have been asking so you are again Chris is. Chris Irvine. On that nailed it the Kitale tallest. Trying to new break out a little bit more and changes named you just name. We talk about so. Talk about what you're stuck. We'll talk about it off off off Mike. Be Out. We're GONNA. Talk about stuff. Hopefully, not everything Joseph's. Chris's our resident expert here. BIA curiosity so cuny time. This one is about supplements if we got a lot of questions about. Settlements how to use them when to use themselves. Fire him off to see. We have all right so first question we have is from Heather N. and the question is should I supplement with Melatonin? If I'm having trouble sleeping so I would say no, and we can this. This is in my newsletter couple of weeks ago I. Don't know if you read that, but tour down a little bit. MELATONIN has its place. It is a precursor to a letter to the. Is Naturally secreted by your brain anything that's naturally secreted by your brain. I'm not a huge fan of. Taking Sasha Sisley. This is actually if you look at it, it's the only hormone that you can get without a prescription. Technically. Hormone your body. It's the only way you can get without a prescription interesting, yeah! I mean I. think my thoughts with Milton I think the answers that depends because I think it depends on. If you are living a lifestyle that allows you to produce it naturally so I think if you're a night shift worker, or you're somebody who is able to. You know if you're not, it's not the first step you should take if you're having trouble sleeping so I if you if you're not checking the boxes. With you're trying to improve your sleep quality then you shouldn't be turning Melatonin, but if you are work your work, circumstances are living circumstances. Have you in a position where you aren't going to be able to produce a lot of Melatonin? Naturally then I think you prior getting good sleep is going to be important, and if Melatonin can help that I think it can be a good song. Yeah, so the question is what is melting do and how is it? Producing one is produced by the body naturally. Melatonin essentially just tell you about it activates cascade of different Newark. Chemicals screwed that basically tell you buy. It's time to go to sleep. At screened by Pinal Gland I believe. And it is. Associate with a lot of things, light is major one. So what happens is most people don't. Fall Asleep with the sunset right and so the sun normally go down in all human history, and for every other analysts happens. By starts up regulating melatonin. melatonin sort of master switched. Those tells the rest of your body's going down and shutting down for arrest. When this doesn't happen. Can Be hard to go to sleep, and only that cannot stop you from getting into different stages of sleep as fast as you normally would, so you may be unconscious, but that doesn't mean you're getting the restorative sleep that you normally would so. Why is this problem? While people are after the sun goes down, they're exposed to blue light on their screens fluorescent lights in their house. The suppresses Melatonin production. So if that's the case, you have no other option. Maybe it's a good idea to take it I would take it regularly, but it at the same exact time. You shouldn't be producing it all over the place, so it shouldn't be off the map like. If you're taking Melatonin and you taking it one eight PM. One at ten PM. One and seven PM. In place you basically telling your brand that you're traveling in time zones back and forth and back and forth so I would focus far more on this is a last resort, and for special circumstances moving which we can get into, but the number one thing that I do when I go somewhere as If I have blue light, blocking glasses I blue blocks. and. There's a bunch out there. That's the ones I prefer. If I can't control the lights on my house. I've liked that dim when the sun sets and turn red and orange, after the sun has set, so those are wavelengths that do not. Suppress, Melatonin and this why the lends them blue light blocking glasses, the sandy fill blue light. You think about it like if you're outside at a campfire. The Ladies Very. Orangish, Yellowish Reddish Hue, there's very little to no blue light in there, so that's all from the sun so. Removing that from your day to day, life in is consistently as possible so that way you're not getting these weird signals of your body that you're switching time zones against another completely natural thing for humans to go through. That would be a huge thing, but I think there's a Lotta other things why people aren't getting good sleep, and so assuming that it's because of your lack of Melatonin production is i. think a little silly I think that you could look at. Obviously light is a huge one temperature of your room and then. The ability for light the in your house from. Blue. Blue. I'm trying to your. Shades. blockers no time. Look. light-blocking shades trying to say here. Oh blackout curtains blackout. So those are a good thing, and then we have lights actually if you're in a city where there's a lot of additional light, yeah, we have then lights that turn on the sunlight. One Sunrise should be happening. So this is another. Thing that happens. Has People Get Blackout Curtains? And then they don't wake up to the sun, which is again? In the wrong direction, so we actually have lights that turn on. As the sun rises locally, so you can just do all this stuff is super easy, Philips. Hue Lights, but we have. Great and Eating Super Close about times and I WANNA. Thank people you way too close to bed. I put at least three hours before you try to shut down and mental stimulation is also too much, so people are worried about this at that looking at the news. They're watching TV. They're just in. There had even hanging out with friends like I've done last couple of nights. You know people talk. Nine nine thirty s usually go to bed then I get home and it looks super stimulated. I can't sold out for a couple of hours. There's a lot of reasons why people wouldn't be able to sleep or feeling Russ restless. Having lack of militant brushes by news worry about? Your thoughts here. Will agree with that I. Think the the two things I would add to. That I agree that like I think it's a last ditch. Thing that you need to try. There's a of other things you can get in check with your environment and with your health habits before you need to turn to that supplementation. Do things I would add for helping is. Sleeping with your phone either out of room, or at least face down or not sleeping with the television on. There's some really interesting research out there that even when your eyelids are closed in your sleeping, flashing lights can cause face shifts in your circadian rhythms that can suppress Melatonin production or ramp up cortisol in the middle of the night. Things like that so. That's can be as simple as having your phone facing up and it lighting up while you're sleeping. That can completely threw off your sleep. So I thought that was really interesting thing when I was reading that studies. That would be a big thing. To consider and then. There's there is some interesting research on Melatonin for neuro degenerative diseases where you know, it seems like as we age, our natural production of Melatonin starts to decrease in. They've done studies where supplementing with it in elderly populations really increases cognitive function. That actually just came out this year I. Think showing that so like you said I think it's either. It's either a last ditch effort, supplement or something used for very specific circumstances.
How One Covid-19 Victim Was Lost in the Chaos
"Images and stories from the pandemic that will be seared into many people's memories forever. One of them was the discovery in April of rental trucks, holding dozens of dead bodies out a funeral home in New York City. The people found that day were victims not just of the coronavirus, but of a system overwhelmed one of them was seventy two year old nathaniel hallman. He lived in the Bronx with his wife Mitzi. They were married for forty two years. He repaired whirlpool appliances and in retirement he and his wife or a Deacon and deaconess at the Church of the Meek Baptist. Harlem they visited. visited the sick and shut ins in early April at the height of the pandemic and New York City home in was at a Rehab Center in the Bronx, where he was diagnosed with nineteen, the sent him to the hospital next door where a few weeks later he succumbed to the disease, but that's not where the story ends. It's where it begins our reporter Michael Phillips. He died on April Seventeenth, at Saint Louis Hospital and his goddaughter hope who is a very astute person. decided she would take responsibility for making sure that he was cremated and taking care of and and so his wife is widow. mitzi wouldn't have to do it. And so hope was under the impression that she had only seven days to get his body in the hands of funeral director, or the hospital would give the body to the city, and the city would bury him in a mass grave on Hart Island, which is a the Potter's field for New York City. One hundred and fifty years that the people have been left behind have been buried on on heard island. And, so she thought okay I've got a week to find somebody to take care of the body, and she started calling funeral homes, and they were all full. This was the height of the epidemic of hundreds and of New Yorkers were dying at a day on the day that that Daniel died three hundred eighty four New Yorkers died. And so the funeral homes would just overloaded. She called something like twenty funeral homes, and they all said we can't take him. Her Middle Son was even doing an internship at a Newark New Jersey funeral home and they were full to take Nathanielsz bodies. So she grew more and more panicky over the course of the week, and she contacted a family friend Reverend up in Connecticut, Marshall, Morton and Reverend Morton being in the you know the business of of being a clergyman new number of funeral home directors called up an old contact that he had named James Robinson. Mr Robinson worked out of a funeral home in Neptune City New Jersey as well as one in Brooklyn. And so he said, according to Reverend Morton I'll take care of this for you. I've got it and please. Please take the body down to my funeral home in Neptune. So the Reverend and hope son managed to find a funeral director, who would could drive the body out of New York to Neptune New Jersey Neptune city. And deliver it just before the what hope thought was the deadline at the hospital. They get the body out of there, so they took the bodies of Neptune city Mr Robinson the funeral director was not there. A person who was there said I'm sorry. I can't accept this body. They called up. Mr Robinson the funeral director. And this is where there's a lot of disagreement about what took place, but from the point of view of the family and Reverend Morton. What happened was Robinson said. I didn't mean for you to take it to. New Jersey Take my place in Brooklyn, this is something that that Mr Robinson disputes. He says he never said such a thing. The driver took the body up to Brooklyn to a funeral home called likely funeral services on UTICA avenue in Brooklyn. He dropped the body off there with the people who were there. They put it in. A refrigerated truck was parked on the street. And the family assumed everything was OK at that point. The body was supposed to be cremated on the twenty ninth so a few days later. And when hope called the the crematory to ask whether or not or godfather had been had been cremated, she got an answering. Machine were closed for maintenance the next day. She got answering machine message, but Never received confirmation he had been cremated. During this time news broke about all these bodies in Brooklyn in U. Haul trucks, and that was the same address where they had dropped off Mr Hallman. So hope began to panic and put things together. She called up the Reverend. The Reverend put things together. They all started to worry and at that point they tried to get Mr Robinson to explain where the body was. They tried to get a funeral home to explain where the body was tried to get the city. Medical Examiner explain where the body was, and they just couldn't find. It took until the fifth of May until. Finally learned that her godfather's bodied Nathaniel Hamad's body had actually been in the back of an unrefrigerated u-haul truck left on the street in Brooklyn, just a horrible horrible discovery, and it wasn't the end for Nathaniel. Family, who then spent several weeks trying to get his body and arranged for his final resting. What happened after this? There was another misstep when the bodies were discovered at the funeral home. In the U.. Haul trucks hope called the city medical examiner's office. They had come over. You know when the when the police got there and the after nine one one call reporting bodies and trucks on the street. You know hope called everybody. She could find the governor's offices. The attorneys general of the State of New Jersey and New York. You know. Where's My Godfather? And when she called the medical examiner's office, they had already collected sixty one bodies from the trucks and from clerk. Lee's funeral home itself, including many that would simply on the floor in various states of undress, and on the floor of the Chapel at the funeral homes just loaded with bodies. And so she when she called the medical examiner's office, they went through the list of all the bodies. They retrieved from the funeral home from the trucks. And Nathaniel Holman's name was not on the list, so for days and days she couldn't find out where he was. She even went over with Reverend Morton to the funeral home. Mr Clearly was not there at the time. Mr Robinson was not there at the time and she said. My father was here. Where is he and couldn't couldn't get an answer? And, what happened was and the fifth of May. That medical examiner's office discovered that the name on his paperwork had been reversed as hallman nathaniel so when they had looked up the bodies they had. When hope it call then they looked in their record, says he will what bodies we have. Do we have in home? It came up as a negative. The only had a home in faneuil. And by the fifth of May, they figured this out, and now remember he died on the seventeenth of April, so we're no weeks into this, and only then does hope discover that. In fact, her godfather had been in one of trucks and was now in the care of Medical Examiner's office. At that point, the the medical examiner said look. We have him safe. He's in. You know in cooled unit, so he's he won't decay. To be blunt about it. You can leave them here until you find a funeral director. WHO's able to cremate him? which is what the family wanted to do, so they held onto him and it wasn't until five weeks after his death. I think thirty nine days exactly after his death that they were able to get him cremated, and now his ashes are in an urn that his his widow Mitzi keeps at her bedside Michael. What else did you hear from city officials in response to this as well as from the quickly funeral home. The state authorities suspended Mr Claes. Licensed to act as a funeral director, and then held a series of hearings online hearings to decide whether to permanently revoked his license for you know poor practices, the ruling has not yet come out. They've had three hearings and the lawyers have submitted final closing statements, but the administrative law judge has not yet ruled on whether to revoke his license in listening to the at least one of those hearings, and in talking to Mr.. Claes attorney, he's basically the the argument is they were holding the bodies in the U. Haul trucks as they were moving them from the refrigerated truck which was. Recognized waited two whole bodies into the funeral home to be packaged up four cremation. And so he said we would keep them in the in the U. Haul trucks for a while and then move them. It was hard I think for the prosecuting attorney. I guess he'd be called the prosecuting attorney. Understand that because the argument is why not just move them from the refrigerated truck all the way into funeral home instead of stopping. This is just a matter of a few yards, so stopping and putting them in a truck. Mr Quickly. That's Mr Clarke's defense as well as his lawyer said to me. Look the whole city was inundated with bodies. Just wasn't enough. Space to handle the mall and so things happen. And he said that he thought it was unfair that his client Mr clinically was being singled out when so many other funeral homes were also overcrowded in his in his argument. So, that that is his defense Mister Robinson's defense. He has not been charged with any anything by the state. He has not been his has not been suspended, but in talking to him, his argument is. I never had that body. I never signed any paperwork saying that that body was under my control so everyone who says that I did agree to take control of Mr. Hammond's body is line. That is his argument. There are text messages back and forth in which he says that he would take care of the body, but he also said and give me the paperwork, so there's now a lawsuit underway Msci Hallman and hope dukes. Who is the the Goddaughter of Daniel? Hallman have filed suit against the he quickly home as well as Mr. Robinson And are seeking damages for what they describe of course as mistreatment of Nathaniel remains. Michael as you say, and as you've heard from many of the people in this story, Nathanielsz body was one of dozens discovered in rental trucks during the height of the pandemic. What did reporting out the story and what happened in this one case? Tell you about what happened here in New York at the height of this. So, what are your takeaways from this tragic story? This won't come as a surprise to anybody but. When the pandemic really hits and went really hit New York. Hardest I. At least in the United States of course. It just overwhelmed the system. The city and the people who who manage these things would just not ready for overwhelming the doctor. Was Internal Internist resident at Saint Barnabas Hospital. Who took? Mitzi up to see Nathaniel before he died is she would cry constantly into her. into a mask and goggles because there's just so much misery. All around her. And the same situation occurred with with the body's. Just the city. Wasn't prepared for the awfulness that that's that hit it. I can't judge whether they should have been more prepared. Or there was some mistake making made made at some point. That's not really within my capacity to judge. But, certainly, it was overwhelmed. And that meant that there are a lot of a lot of collateral damage and. Michi and hope, and of course Nathaniel himself were part of that collateral damage, and now I think. Between lawsuits and historians and journalists looking back at what happened. We'll start to peel that apart and figure out. Who did what who could have done things that were you know could have done things better and who who? Who did the best they could?
Visitors from 31 states now required to quarantine when visiting New York, New Jersey
"Than half of U. S. States are now included in the quarantine list for New York and New Jersey. Now 31 states are on the list that air seeing significant spread of covert. 19 new additions include Maryland, Virginia, Nebraska and Washington State. The threshold. Both New York and New Jersey You're using flags states that see 10 positive test results per 100,000 people, or a week average of 10 per cent positivity or hire. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says the precaution allows a responsible restart and recovery to continue. Minnesota has shown improvement and has been pulled off the list for now. In Newark, New Jersey Colonel Scott Fox News.
New Jersey Federal Judge’s Son Fatally Shot, Husband Wounded In Shooting At Family Home In North Brunswick
"Criminal defense lawyer and the son were both shot yesterday afternoon at their North Brunswick home and the Sun has died. And they're also the husband and son of Newark, Federal Court Judge Esther Salis, who's the first Hispanic woman to serve on the federal bench in New Jersey. Now, the state's chief federal district judge tells The Associated Press. The husband, Mark and girl is in critical condition at last check at the hospital. After he answered the door around five PM and Judiciary official tells The Associated Press that the shooter was posing as a delivery driver but then ran off after shooting endurable and a 20 year old son. All while Judge Sallis was in a basement, local, state and federal law enforcement now in and around North Brunswick, looking for the shooter down there in Middlesex
new York - A gunman shot a federal judge's son and husband at her New Jersey home
"Criminal defense lawyer and the son were both shot yesterday afternoon at their North Brunswick home and the Sun has died. And they're also the husband and son of Newark, Federal Court Judge Esther Salis, who's the first Hispanic woman to serve on the federal bench in New Jersey. Now, the state's chief federal district judge tells The Associated Press. The husband, Mark and girl is in critical condition at last check at the hospital. After he answered the door around five PM and Judiciary official tells The Associated Press that the shooter was posing as a delivery driver but then ran off after shooting endurable and a 20 year old son. All while Judge Sallis was in a basement, local, state and federal law enforcement now in and around North Brunswick, looking for the shooter down there in Middlesex County.
Delaware added to New Jersey's list of quarantine states
"At 1 31 when Governor Murphy first announced a list of Corona virus hot spot states from which people arriving in New Jersey would have to quarantine there were not surprisingly questions about Just how the order would be enforced. Checkpoints on the turnpike at every bridge screenings at Newark Airport know, the governor's office said Self quarantine is voluntary, but compliance is expected. Now they can expect Mohr questions as everyone from neighboring Delaware travelling to New Jersey is supposed to comply with a 14 day quarantine. That's because of the spike in covert cases in Delaware Governor Carney there last month delayed Phase three of his reopening plan is and has ordered all beach bars close to try to dull that impact. Now you're exempt. If you're travelling for business If you're planning to spend a week at the shore, the Health Department says you may wish to cancel your reservation and visited a later date or you may self quarantine in the rental home. Hotels and Airbnb tze and like should contact guests, the Health Department says to tell them about the self quarantine advisory, with the addition of Delaware and a couple other states today, there are now 19 states on New
"newark" Discussed on Today in Focus
"And Keith you've just been to Newark to report on this for Guardian us. It seems to me the what happened. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven, cast a shadow over policing in the city, but carried on Fidel cades to come exactly so this is a precipitating event in a lot of ways are meeting I think it was. The event that shaped my life i. Met someone named Larry Him who is a longtime activist in Newark? He was a child when these protests happened. The rebellion broke out that all changed. It was like our political awakening on my political awakening, and this became the center of his life. So Larry Actually started his organization people's Organisation for Progress in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, and his purpose was to speak for the people in the safety of the black community in Newark Giardi, black cities or majority black communities, and they were patrol by nearly all white police force police are arresting and killing people right and left for a lot of times petty crimes. Using people violating people's constitutional rights, we and Larry seeing this. He's part of this community. His own family members and friends are brutalized, and he starts to be as vocalist possible regional protests and police brutality almost weekly basis. In her reporting in Newark and Kita kept coming across people like Larry, Ham campaigners driven by their own experiences of unjust policing. His weekly protests that began in the eighties, snowballed into pressure from the American Civil Liberties Union that finally forced the Department of Justice to step in the Justice Department investigation of Newark. Police seems to amount to quite an indictment of the police department when it comes to excessive force in stop and Frisk and reviewing and training officers, new work ends up entering this consent decree contract with the Justice Department which outlines a lot of ways that police need to be managing their forces in the city. Report calls for major reforms including a monitor of the department and early warning anything from exactly. What does it mean to be a community police force? What kind of use of forces appropriate? The Justice Department. Civil Rights Division says the New York Police Department needs a major overhaul. This consent decree lands in Newark, and it's implemented in twenty fourteen, just as the new mayor prosper elected. We have a lot of work to do. So after you printed celebrating today? I. Want you to roll your sleeves up. And get ready to. Watch videos of Ras Baraka speaking, and he's clearly incredibly passionate about this again partly because of his own experience, tell me about him. So when you speak to Ras Baraka you get the sense that he's a lot more comfortable being an activist than politicians. Knew? How? And a lot of this is because of the family is from his father, and mother were both activists, his father Ameer Baraka was a radical poet, well known in the community who experienced police brutality himself for this violence, where this rebellion is the inability of the city government to feel as human beings, the plights of the majority of the people in the city during the uprising in Newark. His father was arrested and assaulted, and and this is the sort of foundation that. Ross Baraka has when he's growing up. He spends many years as an activist. By the time he runs for mayor he has made police form one of his key platforms for the city. Newark is a world away from nine hundred sixty seven in some places. In some instances, we still there emotionally I think a lot of folks still in nineteen sixty seven. Because we have not really grappled with that, we have not dealt with it. So what was he? He promising to do what reforms did he start to make? So as soon as burqas elected, he gets to work. He starts establishing this independent Citizen Review Board, which basically allows community members and other groups to be part of investigating police violence, and almost as soon as he creates that the police union, which is extremely strong, sues the city for for trying to implement this, and that's a case that is still being discussed in the state. Supreme Court. He pushes the police department to recruit more black and brown costs. So now you have people of color or the majority population here in in authority and power right so and the police force until then was was still largely white, and also I think a sticking point is that they didn't live in Newark, they did not know the streets of Newark. He was really pushing them to become a community police force that actually understood the community would. Police Force in places where people can see them other than relationship that they have of cop and criminal. The Police Sean up with somebody do something bad. Have the police present? When things are okay? He starts to give funding to community organizations that are related to. Public Safety, but not the police. Because his thing is, we should be demilitarizing our police to the greatest extent. Their power should be solely based on the job that they should do not that social workers should do or that other mediators should do, and he puts that into action. And in many ways, this is part of what you'll hear. Protesters calling for when they say fund the Police they're saying. Why should we be spending millions and millions of dollars on police for doing work that they're not actually meant to do Why isn't this money? Put into education? Why isn't this money? Put into all these other social services that we really need in cities like Newark, about so interesting. I think when we hear the phrase. Defend the police certainly here in the UK. That sounds very extreme like you're saying you should dismantle the police force, but it sounds like what you're saying is. There's a spectrum and that includes ideas like best taking some funds from the police and place in the mouse wire. Hasn't Ross Baraka push back against the language being used against the phrase deform the police. Yeah, I think like a lot of phrases something like the words. De. Fund the police has become incredibly politicized in an reductive and I do want to say there are some people who actually just wanted fund the police entirely or abolish the police. In this case, you know Ras, Baraka recently called this concept, a sort of.
The power of the Black Lives Matter movement
"We in wave one wave to if there is a low dose that mark an end because we're gathering of strength these questions we ask about corona virus but what if we understood social movement moments in the same way the death of George Floyd and the uprisings that followed can seem like the birth of a new social movement and the new host of possibilities disbanding at the funding police departments commemorating Juneteenth ads addressing the on going silent apart taped the systemic racism woven through the society and everything from voting rights to healthcare urban planning it seems as sudden as a lightning strike Alan Kwabena Frimpong is an activist and consultant with ad astra collective which provides tools to build social movements he says the explosion was ignited by what his group calls a trigger event or several of them the killing of George Floyd the pandemic the previous extrajudicial killings of black people these events where we can no longer be complicit with the conditions of the status quo that way in and then once the triggering event unleashes this long accumulating rage comes the heroic phase everybody's on the streets anything seems possible which leads you say to a honeymoon right people believe anything is possible that we've been dreaming of that we would like to see in our world a future without police without jails and prisons now that not only seems possible it's becoming possible so we thought that with the disbandment of the Minneapolis police department but the vote that was taken by the city council and so if in this space that possibility can live and then history tells us the honeymoon inevitably ends leading to disillusionment contraction you call it the women's March and occupier quintessential examples and likewise the first wave of black lives matter what's happening with the disillusionment sets in any time during this period we think we've failed that when the cameras turn off when there's not as much attention to the issues and mass media or even in social media we think that the movement activity has somehow ended but it hasn't it's that what is required of us as shifted or it gets to share in this phase of the cycle and it's a time to build strategy and to build organization to find unity around the issues and to figure out the infrastructure needed to be able to create the visions of the world that we actually want to live in an analogy might be that you light the grill the flames jump out of the cattle so big you could get singed but then fifteen minutes later you come back and all you see is a heap of calls but underneath it is smoldering the cycle does seem to reflect at least American history going back to the Boston tea party these kind of waves that we've seen this country has dealt with since its inception when you invoke the Boston tea party that history a card with the backdrop of slavery and the removal of indigenous folks we have to understand our ways of rebellion and Ryan I'm here in Jersey New Jersey eighteen eighty four of you have black people riding here in Newark because of the erection of what was then the school system and how black people were being locked out of participation there are the strength of events in our history that lead to these moments so let's call this the the second wave of black lives matter does the same pattern still hold I mean if this is the second honeymoon should we expect marital reality to kick and with a second loss of energy why wouldn't we we still live in a culture that upholds capitalism mmhm and that holds white supremacy the fact that we have people still talking about the reform of a police state I think it's indicative of that what feels different indicates the value of corporations who want to put out statements saying black lives matter so yeah we're and if you want to call it a second wave of black lives matter but the reality is that as we've talked about before the construction phase we really will have to ask the deep question what will be required of aspen organizer activist members of our communities to ship the material conditions are you in the process of trying to manage expectations show how the cycle works and say we're not gonna leave the news for much longer be prepared to build networks and continue to organize continue to lobby what we will need to deal with in this contraction phase is what are going to beat the alternative institutions that people can look to that people can trust and that people can believe in that show that the path to the new normal that we deserve and to me what that looks like is worker owned cooperatives credit unions to me the control of our public safety health care for all public education accessible to all those things would need to change if we're asking for the abolishment of police because what it requires of us then is to change our relationships with each other and build community with each other and that's what we're going to need to prepare for as this contraction phase comes to life and the question becomes what we choose to do that work we choose to build with people in our neighborhoods we choose to depend on them and create modalities for our safety reeking of other institutions the show is called on the media and I want to ask you about us and I'm gonna go back to occupy to do it when the protesters vanished from the public parks and went home sometimes chased away by police we in the media seized on that extra this is a sign of the movement's failure because its goals were too quixotic it's politics too fragmented and so what is the contraction phase of the cycle reflected by or influenced by the media characterizations when people are not in the streets anymore and there there is in this huge spectacle what is there left to cover America is so infatuated with the spectacle of its own violence and the trauma that ensues from may the disillusionment in the contraction of the cycle I think is a representation of what we tend to be stuck in in terms of our own habits we enjoyed the trauma of the story of the victim the perpetrator and the savior and the way we tell our views as from that have been jewel norm if so what would it look like to shift away from that and perhaps tell news that connects the dots then tells a much more nuanced and complex story that the viewers or listeners deserve to hear where people can actually show authentic stories about what is going on from a place that is moving for people that shift something for them that doesn't truncate in flag in their lives and to just these one dimensional identities there's a lot of what media frames and that then leads to some of the assumptions that get made about whatever happened to the much as whatever happens to the people organizing the rally is people are still doing that work but it may look different we in the media have focused on the tip of the iceberg the protests of the violence the repercussions but you have been talking of what's going on beneath the networks of people building power over time the organization what do you think we can do to tell the story of protest better folks in the media need to ask themselves why do we feel compelled to tell these stories in these ways what do we believe about our audience about what they're ready to hear and what they're ready to listen to we can then have a conversation about whether the human stories that need to be shared that connect the dots people think that somehow Minneapolis was just able to do this overnight but they have been in a protracted struggle for years to get to this point if media where to tell the stories of what it took to get there that would be a different kind of conversation that has different kinds of implications and the time that it would take to tell those stories with me the focus of the story is not just around making a profit but we would actually have to honor people's time contributions much differently than the ways that we do right now are they willing to shift as an industry to live into the kind of lives that these movements are demanding in the clearing for
Rihanna and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey donate $15m toward mental health services via her nonprofit
"Riana is continuing to reach out to those in need through her foundation the Clara Lionel foundation announced a fifteen million dollar donation in collaboration with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to several organizations dedicated to mental health services food security and income loss to people in Newark and Chicago the donation is part of Dorsey's hash tag start small initiative
The tech behind MTA's fight against coronavirus
"Cases of covid nineteen are turning down. The threat of the coronavirus continues to loom over the city. I'm Rod Chang and this is your daily charge. With me as chairman and CEO of the MTA PAT Foy at thanks for joining me x-ray Ranch, Nasr meals, but more than a week since the city reopened phase one. What has ridership been like? Ridership has actually been a pleasant surprise. We knew we would get an increase comparing yesterday Monday of the fifteenth two two weeks ago before we increased service and the governor listed. Announced a phase, one ridership on subways and buses has gone up a total of three hundred eighty thousand customers. That's about two hundred, seven, thousand on subways, one, hundred, seventy, five, thousand, more or less on buses, three hundred eighty thousand people per day is the size of a pretty. medium-sized, transits. So we're we're pleased by that. We expect ridership to continue to grow obviously the summer months, and this is going to be unusual summer for new. York City and and the suburbs. And what ridership will do this summer is is unknown, but we expect continue to build and especially after after Labor Day assuming that you know New York City are phase. Two of the governors are newer Polish. So you mentioned those numbers. Nearly nine hundred thousand daily riders. That is you know off the highs of the pre coronavirus air where we're talking about millions rights so. Curious. There are still a lot of people out there concerned that they might get infected that there might be a second wave. For folks out there. Who still hesitant like what do you tell people to reassure them that? The Newark Transit System is safe to travel in. Here's what I on a couple of things one is i. tell him that I got on the seven eleven I. Think it was out of Port Washington this morning. There was plenty plenty of seats the car smelled and little clean and every customer as far as I can tell and every employee winning the at a bass, the same was true when I go to Penn Station and got on the two or three, and then connected with the one at chambers. Appear to me, every customer was wearing a mask mass for really important. The Governor is made wearing masks on public transit a state law. Employees and customers required to wear backs. We did a physical study about ten days ago, which indicated that subway riders ninety two percent ask appliance. We're updating that study this week. In the latest data, point is ninety five percent that's incredibly or the latest research from around the world, including a report a couple of days ago from Cambridge in ranch universities in the UK. Indicates. That masks are really important. The subways mass transit does not appear to have two vectors and creating the and Derek. In any part of the world. We believe that's true also in New, York nursing homes. Obviously meat packing plants and people's homes have been significant tributaries. Obviously, the public health doctors empty epidemiologist will figure that out to your point about mass, and how important they are curious how you are encouraging riders to continue where I, just I ask because I've gone out of the last couple of weekends, at noticed of among my soaks here in Long Island where I live fewer and fewer people are wearing masks granted. They're not riding. The subway were riding a train, but how do you? Encourage. There's no way to enforce it. But how do you encourage writers to continue to wear masks and to be more vigilant when it comes to social distancing question? Plan, so we've been distributing mask in the subway. Stations are starting last the last Monday June eighth when phase one started. We're continuing that we've got a robust messaging and communications campaign on subway cars on subway platforms on the website will be doing was starting a digital campaign on that, so the the mass message has been robustly communicated. We're GONNA continue to do that. We've got employees. Employees Platform controllers wear finders way finders were also suggesting to customers who don't have a mask. Go upstairs and get one. You need to be wearing it again on transit law Allah railroad and the subways by anecdotal experience, everybody's wearing them and the minded five percent data point on subway mask. Compliance I think is really important in addition to that since the pandemic started right the. The first case was reported in New York March. First or second, we started disinfecting our subway stations subway cars buses metro north railroad that continues talk in a second about a couple of innovations that we're really excited about, but every station is being disinfected, not cleaned disinfected twice a day. Subway cars multiple times a day. Bosses won't Allen Railroad. metro-north cars saint same thing we are. are running a pilot right now on New York City Transit, subway, cars and buses, involving ultraviolet C light We did pilot prior to that with Dr David, Brenner at the earning, medical, center Columbia, University and Dr Bernard confirmed for the first time that ultraviolet C. Wider Radic fates, the coded the COVID nineteen virus. That's really important finding We are working with antimicrobials on and. Applaud Anti microbials. All of our subway cars, two and a half three times at this point. For verification from independent labs and the regulators, but it appears to be the case that there's a great deal of promise with respect to the ability of the Anti. Eradicate the COVID, seen virus and to do that for day weeks, and perhaps months and the UV light in particular. I really wanted because I find that fascinating. In terms of what you've found. It seems like there's some progress there. How how a widely is that being deployed because you sent that sort of a trial? Is that something that's being deployed into every car right now is limited tested to running. It's a pilot. We ran a demonstration of two or three weeks ago and the company that we're working with them. There are many vendors out there you and your viewers, undoubtedly no, then all tra- violet light is an established technology that's used in hospital settings, emergency rooms, operating rooms for for decades right, so the a virus and bacteria radicalization qualities of ultraviolet C light it well not we're running a pilot with the three stanchions. Temporary stanchions put an age subway car. There are two devices per stanchion. I'd say the size of a hardcover book. The operator has to confirm that there's nobody on the on the train neither employee or a customer. The ultraviolet light is is activated. Anne will disinfect disinfect car We're doing the same pilot on on buses, and we are really encouraged by the progress and really encouraged by Dr Printers finding. Up to and to your point about. Distance. There is a at that you guys introduced today. The capacity tracker APP for the L. A. Double are clearly selfish reasons. I'm interested because I'm a daily eligible are writer. Tell me a little about that how it works. It's a really cool innovation brought by fillings, the president along our era will fisher. WHO's is? A innovation officer and just the Long Island Railroad Sports. It uses sensors on the ninety percent of course seek. That is electric. And it will help customers it so long island railroad train by by the way. Apple store or glue for a free, you can download it and. I go to the APP couple times a day and now going more, but he gives customers data that if you're getting on the four fifty
Cory Booker on how the U.S. should reform policing
"We want to speak now to New Jersey senator Cory Booker who joins us from his home in Newark a morning to senator good morning mark thank you for having me in Atlanta was the killing of Richard Brooks an example to you of excessive use of force I was a bit of a new Jersey's largest city with the police department if one of my officers shot someone in the back while they were fleeing with a non deadly weapon that is unjust use of force and unacceptable to community standards and it's very unfortunate and and tragic given the broader concern at the federal levels on how to come up with legislation that both sides can get behind you heard senator Scott say that when it comes to qualified immunity the administration has made clear to him that is a poison pill it cannot be in any kind of legislation how do you offset the concern in the administration that qualified immunity helps well it it it's necessary because police need to make split second decisions and they can't be thinking twice in a way that inhibits them from doing their job how do you offset that specific concerns well let's understand that qualified immunity right now it's not a democratic support thing Clarence Thomas and conservative Supreme Court justice is saying that we need to re examine qualified immunity well some of my Republican colleagues in the Senate right now have come forward to me and said we need to re examine qualified immunity or qualified immunity does in this country is allows a case in Washington were pregnant woman seven months pregnant was dragged into a street for not signing a parking ticket in taste three times no accountability those police officers were qualified all finding unity it's a case in Utah where bicycle rider the hundred yards away was shot multiple times by multiple police and then they claimed it was just mistaken identity no accountability in terms of qualified immunity even in Washington and even in Oklahoma the man with pneumonia wandering stumbling to a hospital unarmed was shot and killed by police so I can go through the whole rific example after horrific example we have to ask ourselves a society do we want to have a nation where police officers who really awful things cannot be held accountable to sit two civil rights charges and that's unacceptable and so I I hear what folks are saying but when there's so many conservative voices are talking about qualified immunity and when we know that no one in America should be above the law I think it's time that we change qualified immunity what what what you heard center Scott say that was the term poison pill meaning this could this could sink everything else what about his idea that he floated there of decertification as a way to reduce officer misconduct well every American should think for themselves if your wife or daughter or family member was that pregnant woman who was brought out into the middle of a street for not signing a property contains three times is the certification a real accountability we are a nation right now where the sense of what's possible has shifted the bill that I just did with incredible partners like Kamel Harrison house members that would have been poisoned pills just a month ago this is a moment in American history where there are things in the Republican bill that allows still choke holds for a no knock warrants which were being banned right now from Kentucky to New York this is not a time for lowest common denominator watered down reforms it's time to stop the problem because if you if someone's needs on your neck you can't take it halfway off and say that that's progress we have the tools with which to stop people from dying and any spill should have a ban on racial and religious profiling call four by George Bush in his first address to Congress are you saying are you saying on this one particular issue that you will not sign any bill unless there is a reduction that would allow for it to be easier to prosecute bad cops look hi I have witnessed in my life the awful criminal justice system getting worse from nineteen eighty till now are criminal or course Rhaetian going up five hundred percent in America and it was part of a compromise bill to liberate thousands of people out of prisons and so I did the best I can in the first step we did to tear down a system of mass incarceration which the land of the free has one out of every three incarcerated women on the planet earth even though we're only five percent to close population so do I want progress yes but when you when you stop shores and start talking about finding a bill that's the lowest common denominator it is meaning that we will revisit this again with another on armed black person gets killed in the nation the rocks we should be seeking to solve the problem pushing the back when possible and getting as big of a coalition as we possibly can if it did but didn't and you're saying that there is a chance here that this moment could you could miss the moment that Democrats Republicans won't be able to come to a compromise no I'm saying that we could miss the moment by not solving the problem and ending practices yeah we know would make a difference to lives things like having police misconduct registries yeah open to the public because sunshine is the best disinfectant so I'm gonna do everything I can in this moment that is it every day with with artists of activism nonviolent protesters on the streets every day well I want to ask you I want to ask about this moment because I mean it's an election year and emotions are already super charge the president this morning sent a tweet quoting Michael Moore filmmaker it said Democrats shouldn't underestimate white male trump supporters rage and emotion you heard my exchange with senator Scott about whether it is ignorance or deliberate nous to plan a rally around June thirteenth eight do you believe that you can come to a compromise with this administration on this issue this is what I know I know the harder to Scotton centers like center Braun who said to me he's full of qualified I mean it's on the table we we are one body the United States Senate and and people of good heart good spirit regardless what the president does he can veto a bill but we should come forward in this moment in history which will be judged we should put our best face F. best faith effort forward to put a bill on intact it will stop the kind of awful violence and in killing of unarmed people that we see in our country we can do that we know what about this and we know that half measures have not worked in the past from person to
Booker says he sees 'sentiment and the substance' behind 'Defund the Police' phrase but 'it's not a slogan I will use'
"News room the protests have stretched well beyond New York City we've seen them all across the country we've seen demonstrations in Hoboken Jersey city Newark Montclair and other parts of New Jersey as well and senator Cory Booker was on NBC's meet the press this morning he says there is a genuine call to action he was asked specifically about calls to defund police well I understand clearly the sentiment and the substance behind the slogan and so also slogan I'll use are your people just dismiss it and don't get deeper into the substance as I said earlier it is not a mark of a beloved community to prey upon the most vulnerable and your society we are using police and I think I ran police departments I would have exhausted police officer saying why are we using police to deal with the fragility or vulnerability of our society there's so much money going into our police departments but it's a more expensive way to deal with it I remember being surprised in Seattle with a housing group called Plymouth housing where they should be in data analysis where they look at what was more expensive for society keeps providing supportive housing for Americans with mental illness that were homeless or leaving them on the streets and they found out they were the same Seattle millions of dollars mayor de Blasio this morning says New York City will be diverting some of the six billion dollars the NYPD has in its budget to youth and social services when pressed on how much you wouldn't say he also promoted several other reform a police reform ideas including some that will be talked about this upcoming week in
The Myth of Systemic Police Racism
"So heather McDonald who spent her life studying the statistics on police brutality and racial disparities choose a piece in the Wall Street journal that is worth reading again we can acknowledge that people are angry we can now should people have anecdotal evidence of the of the police mistreating them we can even knowledge but if you are a black person living in a high crime area there's a better chance you had a bad run in with a police officer and there is if you are a black person living in a high income area or if you're a white person living in a high income area or a white person living in a low crime area the area is determinative any amount of interaction between police officers and people in particular races determinative to my guess is they can find quite a bit of anecdotal evidence of police abusing Latinos in East Los Angeles weather high crime rates and a lot of Hispanic populations yeah but here's heather McDonald talking about the the myth of systemic police racism she says that this charged systemically spices wrong during the Obama years it remains so today however sickening video sludge arrest it isn't representative of the three hundred seventy five million annual contact police officers have a civilians a solid a solid body of evidence finds no structural bias in the criminal justice system with regard to arrest prosecution or sentencing crime and suspect behavior not race determine most police actions in two thousand nineteen police officers fatally shot one thousand four people most of whom were armed or otherwise dangerous African Americans were about a quarter of those killed by cops last year twenty thirty five a ratio and remain stable since two thousand fifteen okay so first of all we should know just right off the bat the police officers fatally shot two hundred and thirty five black people last year there thirty million black Americans that sound like a campaign of extermination by police officers against black people it does not that you're black victims is less than what black crime rates would protect this police shootings are function of how often officers encounter armed and violent suspects in two thousand eighteen the last year for which such data have been published African Americans made up fifty three percent of known homicide offenders in the last and committed about sixty percent of robberies although they are thirteen percent of the population in fact if you actually want to break down that subset even further you should really use thirteen percent of the population as a substitute because really you're talking about young black men it is not black women who are committing homicide and robbery and it's a smaller percentage of the population of the net the police fatally shot nine unarmed blacks in nineteen oh nine whites and two dozen nineteen according to The Washington Post that is down from thirty eight and thirty two in two thousand fifteen the post defines unarmed broadly to include such cases as a suspect in Newark New Jersey had a loaded handgun in his car during a police chase that I was still considered on our by the post in two thousand eighteen seventy four hundred black homicide victims assuming a comparable number of victims last year those nine unarmed black victims of police shootings represent zero point one percent of all African Americans killed in two thousand nineteen by contrast a police officer is eighteen and a half times more likely to be killed by a black male than an unarmed black male is likely to be killed by a police officer I'm more of a weekend in Chicago alone ten African Americans were killed in drive by shootings such routine violence has continued this past weekend AT Chicagoans were dropped were shot in drive by shootings twenty one fatally victims overwhelmingly black police shootings are not the reason that blacks are dot blacks are dying homicide at a time eight times the rate of whites and Hispanics combined criminal violence is the latest in a series of studies undercutting the claimants systemically spices published in August two thousand nineteen in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences the researchers found the more frequently officers encounter violence suspect from any given racial group the greater the chance that a member of that group will be fatally shot by the police officer there is no significant evidence of anti black disparity in the likelihood of being shot by the police two thousand fifteen justice department analysis of the Philly police department and the white police officers were less likely than black or Hispanic officers to shoot unarmed black suspects research by Harvard economist Roland flat fire no no evidence of racial discrimination in shootings so none of this matters not because the the the the narrative it must be driven and the easiest way for there to be driven is to bully people into into buying the narrative and repeating
NFL player sues United Airlines, alleging he was sexually assaulted during flight
"An unnamed NFL player is suing United Airlines alleging that he was sexually harassed and assaulted by female passenger on a February flight from LA to Newark according to the civil suit this player and another passenger in the same row made repeated complaints to flight attendants before the woman was finally moved to a
NFL player suing over sexual assault on plane
"An NFL player claims that he was sexually assaulted on a United Airlines flight why is this different why is this a lot because all male NFL player is accusing all woman of sexual assault folks I mean this this is pretty significant a cues during sexual assault an NFL player I mean this is this is very very significant here because you don't hear about this very often here are the details for the NFL players from New Jersey any claims that he was harassed non stop by a woman that was intoxicated and may be held up as well a female passenger this is on a United Airlines flight this happened back in February he's filed the lawsuit so I mean again the significance here mail NFL player accusing a woman of sexual assault has filed a lawsuit against United Airlines the athletes the NFL player is on name all we know is that he lives in New Jersey and he is listed as John Doe number one and the claim that he was on a red eye flight from Los Angeles to Newark liberty International Airport back in February February ten to be exact claims the woman who is also in the lawsuit not identified that she was quote D. shoveled and unbalanced when she boarded the flight took her window seat next to him this was in a commonly plus I'm not business class but this was economy plus a little extra space on United Airlines and he says that she soon began allegedly sexually assaulting this NFL player and he was in the middle seat and he was assaulted by her massaging his knees and thighs according to the lawsuit this was filed Monday in federal court in you know I'm sorry Los Angeles Superior Court so this is filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday a second guy seated in the same role who is also suing he is John Doe number till he complained to crew members what they did nothing allegedly the stop the woman's behavior the complaint describes both these John does one and two as African Americans the professional athlete living in Haslett and the second man residing in Philly don't know if they knew each other prior to the flight according to the story out of the New York Post fearful of the perception of being a male victim in the racial stigma of being a young African American male John Doe one patiently pleaded for the a failed to stop and removed her hand but the alleged sexual assault of John Doe number one only intensified with the woman grabbing and groping is quads and then stroking her hand across his lap toward the inside of his leg near his genitals at one point she allegedly grabbed his **** and ripped off the face mask that he was wearing even in early February on this point he was wearing a face mask when he got to complain to the flight attendant the belligerent woman turned her sights on John Doe number two grabbed his leg and groin area yeah sounds like she was drunk and build up good huh and then she eventually was moved to another role by the flight crew and she admitted that she was drinking and popped some pills both men said twenty five minutes into the flight they witnessed the woman downing prescription pills because you have to become intoxicated the victims they were given one hundred fifty dollar voucher for their troubles and the men claimed that the abuse could've been prevented by the crew but the crew did nothing when they were made aware of what was happening early on United has not commented yet and typically they'll say that we're not going to comment on pending litigation but again the significance the the interesting nature of an NFL player claiming that he if such a reversal of watch typical usually would be woman accusing athletes of sexual assault and here we have an NFL player accusing a female passenger on the plane of sexual assault this finding to be
"Snow in Central Park! In May!": Rare snowfall ties 1977 record
"No it's not your imagination it's pretty wintry for this time of year in much of the country CBS's Tom Poti report almost a third of the month of may has come and gone surprisingly in much of the northeast one has not come and gone although it was mostly missing last few months winter weather CBS news weather contributor Jeff Burnell Central Park had its latest snowfall on record was tied for the latest snowfall record several places Newark airport ice of a couple of places to there were a couple of locations at our all time heaviest made snowfall on record Massachusetts had not seen measurable snow in may since two thousand two and on top the highest mountain in the northeast wind chill minus twenty two Tom forty CBS news
"Snow in Central Park! In May!": Rare snowfall ties 1977 New York record
"Almost a third of may has come and gone and much of the northeast what has not come and gone the winner Central Park had its latest snowfall on record was tied for the latest snowfall record several places Newark airport ice of a couple of places to there were a couple of locations at our all time heaviest may snow fall
"newark" Discussed on Pressure Points
"The Hitler effigies in the building and in the in the area in the street you burn books. He burnt Hitler effigies. A group of Nazis actually attacked a child like an eight year old with a lighting fireworks. Because I was probably illegal at the time no now he's actually walking home from school and they carve swastikas into both of his forearms carpet into their into his chest. But they were they were some cops came I Stephen King Bullshit. Exactly like it and they heard the Nazis weren't charged which some complete bullshit. They were immediately released and then they burned a swastika into a tree. Outside of this kid's home like they would target. Kid IS JUST SO RANDOM KID. God like it wasn't even like the kid of a cop. It was just a random random acts where they're like that kid looks Jewish folk among its Burnham. And this this attack on the child was the last Straw for are now. I'm sure like he is who is at this point. So nineteen thirty eight. I got scribbled in because I forgot to put it in first time The Nazis organized a rally and now are no created a coalition protests. So we actually want with the protesters most the time. They're just in with the protest protesters but he actually went to the protest groups and said hey this is now they fucked up this kid. We're not gonNA sit for this. Yeah there were thousands of protesters and hundreds of COPs. They called cops in from neighboring cities because they knew this would be a huge a huge issue God he had stashed weapons. People were hiding weapons in their clothing. They were fucking ready. And the Nazis were just no longer in any way yeah eleven. Pm One Nazi left the gathering hall and that started it. That started the Ryan. The police tried to separate the groups and create these cordon zones. So the Nazis could leave without being assaulted but that you'd have gotten knock and got the living shit out of to an inch of his life because the protesters and amendment then said caulking can hold his back. You can leave or we're going to beat the shit out of you too. So the COPS got the shit beat out of them and a low Nazis came out and then turned around and went back inside the the simpsons gift with a grandma walks in takes his hat off hangs up turns around picks up his at exactly goes back in. They completely overwhelmed the cops. The Nazis were like barricading themselves in barricading. The windows and the doors wall people were throwing stink bombs and bricks through the windows so they're trapping themselves in with this lake stink bombs smoke ball on makes and basically random attack started to happen from miles around. There was like a six mile radius on a tax from this point which was crazy like. This is a huge attack. It was. We're done with your shit. That's we gotta do what we can. And then very soon after Kris tap in which was basically the night where the Nazis went full Hitler and just targeted. The Jews killed Tunsil shipped off over thirty thousand people to the camps. Like this is when it started in four and this of course piss everybody off but the Bund Kinda didn't put rallies in Newark for about three months for some reason I wonder why even though they had a ton of membership three months after this event. The the membership to the wound peaked. Twenty two thousand Nazis assembled. Why God in a celebration of their peaking of Neha reaching new membership hit their peak. Twenty two thousand. Nazis assembled crazy amount. There were one hundred thousand protesters streets around this place book. Yes all of the you know. Two thousand minutemen spread throughout and it was basically plays out like the other attacks bricks and rocks and stink bombs people hiding in crowds beating the shit out of people pipes and bats and knives police. Hosing down just everybody And ambulances just lining up waiting to take people to hospital. Damn it was. This was like the explosion bigger than the last. Where you you know if you have over one hundred thousand people in a protest. Shit's real at that point seriously. My favorite thing is the story really. Just Kinda Peters out up three months later coon was arrested for. Grand Larceny and forgery. Between these three months there were smaller fights but nothing as big as that night But yeah he was arrested he. The camps were all found with evidence of espionage from Nazi Germany. So there were there were actual spies in these camps like sending communications potentially creating weapons and bombs and nation. I feel like prior to this. It wasn't like they were like okay. This free speech you can do this. This is fine. And then like like you said Christopher Tappin and America was like okay. Wait is over. The line hills are now. It's not just free speech now. It's now you're not genocide and so I feel like that's probably why they start taking their larger stance on it like because before it. I'm sure they really didn't give a shit that there were like actual Nazis and actual German representatives in the United States. Running these organizations like Yeah Freedom Freedom Freedom and then it's like shit goes down freedom's only GonNa get you so far in this. You're fucking douchebag exactly exactly this was the tipping point and yeah he cou eventually fled to Germany. Which oh I got later on. I'll talk about that in a second and then the war broke out We officially declared war started rolling out to Germany and Net. Arnaud began to focus on antiwar groups and Nazi sympathizers groups. They beat the shit out of those people. Now not just the NAP Nazis but anybody who said No. We're not going to go to war. We don't want to go to war. You get beat up by Jew because at this point are no had an interesting perspective on this that most of the United States didn't and that was no. It's obvious these people are doing horrible. Genocidal acts against the. Because I'm living in you know I. I've been fighting them for years. I know their ideology. Your than the average American medicine would shit is getting fucked up. He knew about the thirty thousand people being shipped off to the concentration camps in during Kristallnacht and most of the United States. Didn't you gotTa Know Your enemy? Yeah exactly so yeah they targeted on these groups and not even his group but pretty much. Everybody started to target Anti-semitics yeah that works And the minute men who would then begin to protect pretty much. Any religious procession like there were there. Were certain times when like there was one specific event where a rabbi took out these ancient scrolls and they were basically bringing them from one building to another one and to do this. They had an entire procession of an extremely respectful like congregation. People were showing their support and then some Nazi showed up and tried throwing bottles at the fucking ancient scrolls which even I'm not Jewish but I suspect the fucking history of ancient fucking scrolls blows my cousin spells on m. l. the Jew gold. Yeah because an unimaginable. Spills are always on scrolls. Just derail everything. Yeah so that those people got the shit beat out of them good. This woman came to net Arnaud as the war. Effort was ramping up and came to him. And as a mob boss does says now are no. You are going to enlist in the military net. Arnot said did I mess up essentially medicine a direct quote. Did I mess up it? Are You sentencing me? Basically saying do I need to go to war and die or do I need to go to war and try to survive. And he said No. You need to just go to war. Because you've been fighting the Nazis for this long. Now you as symbol are going to go to war. Now's the time to apply it. So he made this. It was a huge deal like he was covered by newspaper. Reporters him going to sign up for the military and they made this huge deal about it because he was a local hero. At that point he was actually the second wave into Normandy. Oh Wow and he survived. Got Shot five times. She's but by the time in that assault. The Nazis were so out of resources that they wouldn't bullets so he ended up surviving. Wooden bully started voting bullies. Because they didn't have metal on they were melting down everything they could to make bullets. I mean I guess it makes sense but like I had no idea wooden fucking bullet raising fuck so ended up surviving. And he eventually returned to Newark. He had spent up to that point. Twelve Years Fighting Nazism twelve entire years of his life justifying Nazis as longer than World War. Two as this man. That's fucking dedication. I spent twelve years doing anything. Yeah exactly probably jerking off. I knew your thinking it. Of course why wouldn't I just? Yeah that's a fair point. Yeah so he got arrested. He was doing some some fundraising he got caught. Basically doing the all insurance scam hell. Yeah on his own and we gotta do a scams two point. Oh and it's GonNa be about this sneaky schemes sneakers games woman basically got him out of jail and said hey you're going to go to California you're going to be a legitimate liquor salesman for the rest of your life and this is the last favor that you'll get from me. Kelly boy so he did he. Basically he flew over to California. He contacted his his I would say high school sweetheart but he left school at Sixteen so as middle school middle school sweetheart who even at that point was still kind of into him married yet It's actually kind of a kind of three story. He was like thirteen or fourteen. It was when he started fighting and she was like nine or ten. Just just hear me out. I know I know I wasn't it wasn't the A. It's it's messed up nowadays. But he handled this in a perfectly respectable way. He basically she was getting. She's going to get the shit kicked out of her. He beat the shit out of the people who were doing it. He said Hey. You seem like a a swell Ou- here's this. It's like a piece of paper with his name. His current address and said maybe in a couple years we can get together a he wasn't actively trying to pursue anything with her when she was nine and he was fourteen. It was what a free seem like. You're really nice so maybe when we become adults we can like hang out Netflix and chill and what was really interesting. She did reach out to him because back in the day you could pretty much just put a name and a city onto a letter and they would find it Yeah so she. She eventually contacted him. Sent a picture of her when they were in their early when she was in her early twenties and said. Hey this is me me calling you back and just kind of left it open to. If you're interested on here like we can date let's see. And then she found out that he was NAT Arnot the Nazi Nazi fighter worsely. It worked for her. She was like this is even better And Yeah they flew out to California together. They ended up getting married. He became a family. Man had a bunch of kids and haters his life forever. Now he he. He was weird because he got the best deal out of this..
"newark" Discussed on Pressure Points
"We're not cigarettes for being beat the shit out of the and it was making his group look. Unpopular is making his group his image. Look not as good on the world stage if it was just his group. It wasn't really all that great like with the amount propaganda is peddling at the time Germany. Yeah I'm no even even in the. Us really yeah. It was crazy. That's why all these groups formed because the propaganda machine was so works so well I mean that's why only the Japanese people got sent to internment camps and not the German people. Well I mean at the same time getting really till the difference between exactly. There's also the Irishman our wealth. Those Irishman is a bad example. For me say but yeah that makes it a lot of these groups. Kind of dissolved couple about a year passed. They are still you know cracking down on Nazis and nineteen. Thirty six comes around and a dude named coon coon. He became the ruler of a larger Nazi group called the German American Bund german-american Boon boom which I think is German for bond. But I don't fucking know in coon the leader of the German American Boone. You he was like straight up German from Nazi Germany. Who came over here on a boat and he created his entire idea was he wanted to create a German government to rise from within the. Us government like get enough people in this group that they would vote for the German candidates who are also in the group he wanted to take control from within so this Russia are doing in America right now or like the Chinese are doing in Australia. It's it's a thing it's a thing I am never. I haven't heard of that now. Mike I'll get into that so it took it like swept the nation. Everybody wanted to be part of this. Every state just about had one of these German American ballooned offices and that Arnold caught wind of it and immediately began to take action at this point. By the time he catches wind is over ten thousand people in the group. Oh my God. This is a huge fucking group. Coon rallied and he actually called out. Arno specifically and said that they would not be controlled by the Jewish militia which actually gave A. I don't like that you're pounding your face and calling him. You have this post. This feels like propaganda. I just realized I do. Have that cursor up there. The best is at some point. I'm going to get a picture of you in front of it and then I'm going to take that soundbite and play. Well you blur my face. At least no it's not gonNA be borrowed and all black nipples just to really emphasize long lines. I love it So I got. I got to think about things before I nobody. Nobody listening is going to have context for like what the fuck poster does he have. And I'm not GonNa Telo. Its Yeah No. You're not that out over the next couple of episodes you'll see when we face propaganda are when we release our faces in front of this poster and still going to have the black bar over all right back to that. Arno net owner could not risk interest at this point because of his earlier things so they had to really key fly under the radar. Something that blew my mind learning about is that across the US. I have not seen Joe Joe Rabbit yet we will. I was GONNA watch it tonight. But no way from its. I got to work in the morning but it watch with me. Coon started a whole bunch of summer camps across the United States that were that aggressively targeted. Kids his idea was you target was exactly what Adolf Hitler did. He target the younger generation. They grow up thinking that they'll raise their children and it continues from there. You can't teach dog new tricks no matter how many old people you get in his group. They're still going to be people who don't support it. But if you recruit them as kids to hear good so there were over twenty camps across the United States alone and they just want it. They were just aggressively indoctrinating. These kids and a lot of people didn't support these camps. But whenever net Arnold would send people into these camps on the public days or like whenever the camps through like open house type things they would scrub all the Nazi propaganda and basically leave a picture of hate. Hitler next one American flag. Oh my that was on all like the the symbolism that was in these camps because they knew people would be coming in scope and different groups different regulatory groups and government groups kept wanting to inspect them to make sure there wasn't this a ton of Nazi propaganda in their like parent groups and things like that and now it's just like a photo of Hitler's enough propaganda but they basically coon got sick of it and said. Hey if anybody else wants to come in this Spec these camps you're not gonNA get out of the camp of life. We're putting armed guards out. And he cited that it was just too expensive and it kept disrupting the camp like routine to have these inspections coming in all the time. It's mostly because he didn't WanNa keep closing down all the propaganda like cleaning it up so net. Arnaud hearing that basically they're threatening to murder people kind of got got his shoe in that kind of allowed him to be a bit. Less restraint in his attack was going to say now that there's that retail orbit more because they're blatantly making threats. They had this huge rally going like Indiana Jones level book burning rally. If you Indiana Jones suffering the last crusade there we go like that that level of rally might because they have so many members as you like stateside. Us In the US good Lord Man near Newark New Jersey so they infiltrated this rally. The mid would went in and that aren't distracted some of the guards because everybody recognized him. Yeah in this group so he kind of distracted the guards while more people more of his people went into this. It was the way they I. It was kind of like an opera hall like when Multiple Tiered Seating and a k a huge huge event a fancy event producing hundred event at Madison Square Garden. So while he's like trying to get in distracting all these people he has another group so a third group now going around to the cars and they pay the. What's the Guy Car? Pay The valet to basically look the other way while they go in and they find Kuhn's second in command who's name I believe was Koontz. No it's not going to school. Wants and coon coon an rickles. So koonce was the second in command type thing. So they go in they sabotage McCarthy idea is they sabotage the car. The second drives down a couple of blocks away. The car breaks down. They ambush him. Beat the Shit Avenue. Make a statement. Seems like a great great plan to work out all right now. Arnaud goes inside down and listens to the the speech or whatever's going on. Yeah it was a speech and when the when when it ends aren't comes out and he's ambushed by reporters saying why didn't you do anything like you always go to these things to me goes on and and he he says no we? This was basically his alibi. There's another we didn't do anything because nothing of their speech was antisemitic. The only thing they took they spoke about in this speech was how other Nazi groups de-legitimize them and how the attacks by these Nazi militia groups because the minimum wasn't the only one yeah turns out and have these are creating roadblocks and are super unprofessional. And all this bs so he basically said now. We didn't attack because they weren't outwardly antisemitic. Kind of in like you said giving himself an alibi saying hey look. I didn't send my minute man and look I'm right here. Yeah I'm literally here. You can demand this view. Dozens of people recording Jesus. He's smart dude. So wouldn't the no offence to anyone? That's a boxer. But you really huge expect that to come out of like thinking about Floyd Mayweather. You can't even fucking read a book. These guys are back in the forties. He probably got hit bare. Knuckle Chris Benoit's yet. Oh God I swear to God. You said yet. So I'm I'm waiting for it at the off. I'd even better murder as Moscow. The he reunites with his mom and then he beats shipped over because he thinks he's still mostly living with his mother at this point. And His parents jared okay. Good good good so somebody the valley they think squealed so when. Kunz went down to his car he said. Hey this is Gonna. This is going to break down. I don't want to do with it but take us this information. Do what you will with this. So so Cool who wants a was able to escape by sending a female Nazi fanatic to jump onto the hood of the minute men follow car and go fucking Shit Insane screaming. You're leaving here. You're not leaving your hands. Like nails into the windshield. Like crazy. Aqap had come over and pull her off with two ex boxer. Mafia enforcers took three calls to pull this crazy late up. And at that point they lost the car the they assume that they went to some to a body shopper. L. Mechanic that was had Nazi sympathizers. Got The car fixed and never came back to Newark. Tam To Nazi should've just use women as they're like block in guys Italy's nuts. Oh yeah she was. She was crazy. I think they eventually Eventually arrested her but that one that plan was botched but they had tons of other plans of a similar scale that ended up working. They would arrayed theaters in the DARK SIMILAR TO INGLORIOUS BASTARDS. But not with guns all. Yeah beat the shit out of people and the bomb it they would ambush cars like they have a car parked in the alley. Way Tibo and either get them arrested or beat the shit out of depend on how or both how accidental they can make it look they can make it look like the Nazi hit them. They would try to get the Nazi arrested. I'll my Goss like tons of these different different like operations and every single one pissed off. Coon like he he would get the reports back and he'd be like nine nine nine nine nine nine nine fucking. Mike maxed out. Sorry about that audio listener. We apologize for the technical difficulties you've experienced within your own eardrum. So at this point Hitler took Vienna and the membership for both groups grew both men and the German American wound boom it exploded and the battle for Newark as it was referred to heat it up a lot. How let's see. So gotta just look through my notes make sure at the right place. So Net Arnot arrived to a speech with forty minute men and one thousand protesters wolf and they broke up the group immediately and burned all of.
"newark" Discussed on Pressure Points
"At pressure points the two shittiest hosts in the business this is. Aj back at it with a season to episodes sex. That dirty. Boxing Ju Newark. It's going to get spicy tonight. So find us on. Instagram at points. Fresher strapping. I don't think you're supposed to say dirty Jew anymore. I know somebody else honestly. I have no idea we. We pay some men in India to film film to record. Just the INTRO. Sounds very similar to you. Just so happens that He also goes by D. That it sounds way more natural and it's great because we pay him pennies on the dollar versus you which we pay nothing. Got Outsourcing is amazing. It's great works wonder. We should switch the Philippines. I mean I'm down with it. So what she offer me. Today we got some big stuff that we're working on which will talk about more will tease it out through the episodes teas but there's a lot of big stuff come in. We got our first sponsorship. Which you'll hear from later on in the show. Now I finally say that show is it. Please don't tell me the block it with music. It's just like stupid. Bbb and the dumbest Shit fucking and add BBB. And I've got to cut it made word and just inserted fucking every worst cut ever. I dig it. It's not bad and then we got some some Valentine's Day talking and we got the Boxing Ju of Newark Nice. So what did you do for Valentine's Day or should I explain what I did I should? You should what you do for Valentine's Day. You know nothing. Nothing crazy still had a good time. How Nice night in with the. What identifies as she. So that's my car that's none of Your Business and enough to get the ladies rolling so yeah just had a nice little night in. We avoided the the Shitty consumer holiday that Valentine's Day is similar to Christmas. Which can also fuck off. I like both these holidays. See I enjoy both but I also just hate. How like you know me you know how I am with fucking money and with any right people like anything consumer is with half. I fucking hate all of it man but yeah like I like the holiday. I think that it's a cool day to really recognize somebody that you record they. You're you're like somebody really managed to you. Probably I think I like what what those Holiday Stanford? Especially Jesus Jesus crepes. Jesus crepes Nazi Jesus. Crepes point that in the tags again now that this review will show up on. Google. We can't we can't put Nazi on the tags because Google blocked us on podcast. They blocked our. What was what the Christmas holiday episode? Because you said put Nazi Jesus Yeah not see. Jesus God here. We are again talking now that we talked about it. I have it in the tanks. Don't do it please out. We'LL SEE WE'RE GONNA lose our sponsorship. I wish we would go back to like how the Romans did. Valentine's Day where you just basically get to have an orgy. And then you get your sex slave assigned to you for the next year. Okay in certain parts. I matter we're doing it wrong. Yeah right monogamy push bad a baby if you're listening promise. I don't mean it same. Would you not listening to do for Valentine's Day? I had a pretty similar harsh. I had a pretty similar experience. You know we just did. I went out with my fiance We didn't go to dinner because we knew it will be super busy. Which took a nice little day trip to some ghost towns and and the silo From the episode you chicken nugget. What would episode number two? Aj It's episode two zero two if you're on our instagram. You've seen the pictures that we talk about the silo together. Podcast couple. I forgot to invite you. You didn't forget to you. Just refuse to. There's a difference between forgetting refuse. You walk the original plan wasn't to go to the silo. Visit some ghost towns. You know. Find some minds. We got a break from the late. Eighteen hundreds of thing. I thought you were like from San Jose quite fucking you show me this or not or I didn't bring anything from them so it was really weird when we got there when we were driving similar to the original silos story. If you listen to that re parts of it a little bit here when they when the silo I appear they always described it as I showed up when it made experience with sweet tea him and his friend were driving around and it seemed like the silence of popped out of nowhere and we had the exact same experience was just kind of showed up. It was like a five foot hill that we went over and suddenly it was there like it's stopped the conversation in the same way like our stomachs Wrong terribly damn it was. It was so weird I wonder what that's like. I wonder what that feeling is fucking like. You'll never I'm not mad about definitely not we We pulled in and immediately another truck like fifty feet down. The road just pulled over and sat there idling the entire time which was pretty creepy. I took a bunch of pictures. There's a dead crow. Crow flew out when we pulled up. So that was spooky not spooky at Alfred Hitchcock right this. He had a silhouette back behind the windows and they it was. It was weird. Just we're gut feelings. Always Trust your gut but yeah it was a great trip. We also shot some guns something you also wanted to come to the desert and do with me but You weren't invited. I donated wrong trying so hard to make it work because we never keep on her recording schedule. We're yeah we're both the most riot unreliable fucking podcasts host to episodes out and I'm recording this six hours before it gets posted. We're just trying to do the most current events and you are fan. This is the most up to date. Podcast we've ever done. That is a good point. We're hours out. We are six hours away. It makes me stress. Don't talk about that six hours less than six hours. Actually we gotta edit this all right. Let's get into it well now now more importantly I know back when we recorded. This is the first to tie. Oh yeah this is the third fucking cut that we've added. Microsoft does not want us to do this and we're staring at the line to make sure it doesn't have Microsoft skype in fucking xfinity all just want us to fail. Microsoft's kicked an update. When we were trying to fucking record this and both of our computers froze at the same time we're like. Aj calls me and he's all. I think my Internet dropped us like my computer. Froze Egos all my God. Mine just froze to. It's like why why the fuck why. Now at that point seven minutes. It's thirteen that was thirteen. Prior to that your Internet kicked out and then skype was all fucking with my mic. And then Yeah earlier not even looking ten minutes ago Aj's computer took a shit on us. So I'm not angry that I've had to do the intro three fucking times and I've had to make the same joke on it three fucking times but if you caught it just no. I did it for you. I like that. You pointed to the book and recording for you for you recording. I have a good computer. I have a great computer. I don't know what's gotten into it. I think we're being suppressed by the Saint Louis wanting year chemicals in the water that are turning the frogs. Gay Well Alex Jones certainly dislike the things we're talking about. Yeah but so the government because of their whole leadship for a couple of the go on the lead so as I was saying we have a lot of big things that are going to be rolling out so keep an eye out. Were posting links like Aj said we have a sponsor so that's kind of a big fucking deal laying in the bio in the bugs leads the description not the bio in the description. Yeah not in the by. We'RE NOT GONNA put it in our fucking Yeah we're just going to be rolling out some new things. Keep an eye out and as usual always feel free to reach out Probably be doing a couple more giveaways here in a little bit as well. So yeah definitely kumble. Change eggs tuning in tuning. Keep tuning in tumor in consumer. Yes so back to those those boxing fighting underground bring Jews. I love that. You've heard that just the introduction to this I don't know anything about is still no nothing about third take and I still don't know anything about it other than his real name which I turn my phone off so I can't get thank God so you don't know it. No oh I thought you were GonNa make me look like an idiot. So the the person that we're GONNA be covering story in this. His name is net Arnaud but that's his boxing name. His his real name was so Jewish. It's just like how I go by. My real name is Maurice. Yeah Shit God damn it would have to feed. Took the fucking. Yeah so take four yes. I'm not even GONNA edit this. I'm just going to let this is just dropping out there. Fuck it all Syria. Now are no. He was born around nineteen ten. And you know great time to be alive by the time you're in you're just before you're ten years old. You Got World War. Two destroying the planet. I World War One. Sarah is like World War. One you're ten years old World War Two you're probably avenue fighting and then Korean works in but he's Jewish so he probably didn't have to go bottom out of it. Yeah definitely not here bone spurs so he there's not a lot to do in Newark New Jersey in the you know post World War One. Nineteen Ten's so you know what you do. The only thing you really have to do is beat. The shit out of people spend a large amount of his childhood doing that night. Imagine joining like mobs or screaming at your wife. That's another thing that I took life. But yes and the mobs come soon plays a large role. I come in. I know you're listening and I'm sorry about Valentine's Day I swear happened. That's three minutes of her life. Please take me back and are listening. She said the best three minutes. That's how long it takes for her. She's different wait a minute. Is that why the screen was based on? Is that what you're looking at me? Weird this whole time. Elevator is never seen a grown man with Dick that looks like babies a genetic disorder. Okay the share. I mean look at Your Dad's takes your dad right. No but here. Let me find the photo of it on my phone my we keep sidetracked. It's going to be one of those episodes so nat are not just would always be getting in trouble in school beating the shit out of people a lot of times who'd be defending his younger sister or generally any woman any young him he would just beat the shit out of dudes like because he was defending the girls are images beat the shit out of dudes and after it was done he was like it was ever rude to you and they're like yeah you know a couple years ago in like fourth grade. He was a cock and he's like I did this for you and they're like. Oh my God nat let me Suck Your Dick a little bit of both King. Yeah no he. He knew his shit. And you'll figure this out of basically. His parents would yell at him constantly because every single day the teacher would call or they'd send a note that said non Arnott's beating the shit out of somebody again like you gotta fix this. You're good Jewish family in the poor part in Newark. You fix shops downtime. You smack your kid around edit together. So at the age of fourteen he started amateur boxing. Okay like legitimate. As legit amateur. Boxing can be where they had arrangement. They would fight. People would bet on. Wouldn't make any money doing this but it then get a lot of that. That teenage angst out hunt interesting. It's almost like we do the same thing but we're not getting teenage angst. Were just finding as source for fucking coping. It's a coping mechanism. So it's totally not getting paid. Yeah Yeah we're just not even a coping mechanism. Enjoy my time with him. That's not true you know it. I'm half Chubb so he was amateur year and then he decided I'm GonNa go pro. Fifteen people were totally willing to like sponsor him to go pro at the age of fifteen. He didn't want his parents.
"newark" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"The legendary Jerry Izenberg Gerald Beers serving. Thank you Jerry. How did you get it right? How did I get it right? Well I'll tell you this monkey in the Las Vegas Near. How did I get like a massive stroke of luck? No no no luck is who made a bet on it. Your should double bet you bet one payment and the scores that that I would've won twenty six hundred dollars. We'll good thing you live in Las Vegas because you have a ample opportunity to wage. You're legally on these things did you. Did you go to a book in and put money down on this game now but I did pick. I told them I told them the under under I picked the scoring with lock. And but I did. I was very good visit home. Which was not gonNA throw three hundred yards insisting he didn't so there were there were three pitch. I didn't make them but I was hit. I've never seen this report on television. This is the first time period all these years you know. The first one was played in nineteen sixty seven you. We're at as we said all of them. Were speaking with great Jerry Izenberg. Why didn't you go this you Jerry? Well you know I always start in terms of anatomy output politely shopping out. I so I got good news and bad or good news was that was all right but the bedrooms my legs are not a right. And I'm sorry that kind of flew over my head on where I got. Good News and bad news Most of my body the part that are interested interest in good shape but the ladies went My Dad was a professional baseball player. When Mel Ott retired I was inconsolable. And he said good. I know the legs go first. And that's what happened with me and I was thinking ahead. Not only to these. Two Super Bowls has to get in and get out of you know they There's a lovely woman there who we're GONNA be healthy would tear. I can walk but I can't walk distances but then I thought going around the dark looking for where the bus is parked and every that always had for me and I was thinking ahead to the Derby. Wh where I've done fifty five every derby. There's that yelling Of course lew chores loose and I can't run away from forces anymore. So it's inevitable I go back. I'm writing for the paper. I wrote all week by the way and We got I feel with them and they should. You don't want to travel anymore. Choke with us. We think your port North Shore. Leave your picture a paper. We're speaking with Jerry. Izenberg of the Newark star-ledger the legendary columnist. Who's been doing it? Oh since the Eisenhower Administration is a columnist. Your Jerry sometimes young writers. I mean this was Sometimes the story would get columns from day. Were too young and maybe they had informed enough relationships. They had had enough experiences to to be great columnist. You were born to be a calmness. You've been doing it for decades and decades and decades sixty nine years but you haven't you haven't run out of things to say why haven't you run out of things to say as so many had a loud mouth just not kidding carried over into adulthood. No I'll never run out of things to say I. As a matter of fact I know we'd keep me in the AP wire that baseball is gonNA cut out forty minor league teams and I'm going to start a report series on that explaining why those teams mean to those people Number of years ago. I wish they'd kitchen North Carolina And most of the story on the main street were boarded up. They're having a tough time. And when I grow on Main Street it was a big Oilcloth Corp sign over the street and it should God bless are tobacco farmers and our concern Indians. And that means something to we speaking with Jerry Izenberg Jerry. Correct me if I'm wrong. You're eighty nine. Yes Sir. I'll be ninetieth September. Dr With Me. It's it's just great that you're still riding you still doing Still doing what you do. So well and and what drives you to keep doing it because it's really not to. I don't break off Let me tell you about golf. All retired guys out of your back. When I was young. I went to I went to the hotel. Cardinals were in town. They had an off day. And I don't WanNa go to the ballpark. The next night says are going there. I'll find him sitting in the lobby. Nobody WISHING TO LOBBY UP WRITERS ORANGE. Be Hit for one hundred before Williams and he was the batting coach. And I said Mr. I'm afraid I have to correct you. Jerry was actually Bill Terry. Who was last man before well? Yeah I'm so. And he was right before built either did it for a hundred four. He hit over four hundred for a five season period. I believe from twenty one through twenty five mark another Flash Independent. Yes and anyway the thing I wanted to say which I always young guy and I call the Mr Horne experience that whereas everybody and he said it kids are playing golf and I said well how come you're not playing well. Let me look to be. Listen Sonny boy it right. There's going to be. They hit a ball. Someone else's gotta damn well chase it and that's how I feel about golf. We're speaking with Jerry. Izenberg legendary columnist wrote so well and so lovingly about the sport of baseball for so many years boxing as well. And you've got a big fight coming up in your adopted hometown is I. I like. I'll tell you what I don't particularly think these guys would be very much. Can I tell her audience? Who's fighting Jerry? Would that be okay? It's a rematch. Dion Day wilder versus Tyson Fury. They had that remarkable fight. Fifteen months ago were fury. Came up off. The deck. Seeming is Lazarus. Like you could argue that. He really should have been given the fight since he won senior. Your Yeah Yeah. I was pretty good I'll tell you what the deal is here. I you know I wrote a boxing. Book called the the Golden Age of heavyweight boxing Once he retires and we don't have any guys out there but at least these guys are picnic and the interesting thing about it is busy guy. Six foot six six forty seven. He knows how to watch. I can't believe it is great. He's got a great job. You know when to get in. When did it out? Here's a boxer boxer period. The other guy has one arm and it's like or studying shredder. Or yeah absolutely each. It's thunder and lightning and the cigarette is always you'll Hanson. I thought show. He said he had thunder thunder in his right hand. After he's part. You said I'm not going to start today and I am she's resided. I'll go SPA. That's his brother brings him in the ring. Hit some is probably his girlfriend jumps on his back. There only gotta tears issues. We don't balk somewhere so it's GonNa win this fight you're well I like the boxer. You like the boxer. But here's the thing right and Tyson fury remarkable boxer particularly at that size. But I mean. Wilders just got to land one of those right now. Got a whole. That's a great fight. Wilder can make twelve major mistakes right and win the fight. It's twelve rounds like right. Yup the other guy cut up make one although last time he did get hit and he's still got up by you. Don't think I always hellacious. Pike but again I look at wilder. Tell you something I I'm sort of a purist a little bit The only guy. Oh convince me that outside. You know. Non Traditional boxers can really win. Was Allie 'cause before back it up but in this particular case while the footwork is not good. It's a little bit improved but it really is not good at all these clumsy in the ring East got another He. He's basically a one hundred five although he's working on the arm but They're right arm. Hennessy hitch and it comes from an Awkward Angle. You're gone and and so I took fine. You got a lot of drama. I didn't check the board yet. I always tied up Schumer. Bola I'm thinking about the bookmakers. You'RE GONNA a lot of actually. Yeah I think so and there could be a lot of people coming over from Great Britain. See it Jerry Izenberg. It is always a pleasure having you here on the sporting life. Congratulations on your predictive powers. Which were on full display in the last couple of weeks? Thirty one twenty chiefs that was his prediction and it was really more of a prophecy. Jerry well I just gotTa sneak this in at eighty nine. Somebody just bought my first. Is that true? Of course? Sometimes Jerry you say things you know yes I do. I love the book based on the Newark. Wired's black white love affair and I loved the book because I lifted And a lot of people territory. Your your your Gino. He he was in my. I know I said no Mohammed knows me. He certainly did Jerry. Thanks so much for being with such as always a pleasure Germany anytime. I'm Jeremy Shop and you listen to new editions of the sporting life every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and ESPN APP. Beginning at six am eastern time..
"newark" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"A ten year plan to get out of all the lead lines again. We need the federal government's health. There's a lot going on then. We didn't just decide to focus on let over the past couple of weeks. This is something i talked about. When i was running for governor two years ago working on with the city from day one so two last quick questions here i mean what's turn vice for other cities a major metropolitan areas to try and get ahead of the problem so they don't end up where newark ended up with all due respect. I think newark doc is getting ahead of the problem. There's no amount of effort or energy than any city or any state can put into this that can match what the federal government can do odd delegation in both the house and the senate has been a very aggressive in trying to put forward water infrastructure legislation at the federal level because this is is far beyond newark or any other community in new jersey. This is a national challenge. That's the x. Factor that i. I don't think any amount of effort by the city or state can replace right. It's hugely costly in an issue in many many cities across the country but governor one less thing. I think that residents in newark right now or the residents who were relying on bottled water for drinking water underwood totally disagree with the notion that the city of newark is a head of the problem i mean what would you tell them well. I don't think you know you're here long lines. I couldn't get a bottle of water. There's no evidence of that so so that's that's number one. We've got state. Troopers folks that at each of these distribution centers three data points leading to distribution of now what is about fourteen hundred cases of water water a day to affected areas is in my humble opinion and i and i wanna shout out to mayor ras baraka in newark. That's getting out ahead of and so i i have enormous sympathy with folks who are particularly the most affected the very young the the pregnant nursing and the very elderly in including the city is delivering for folks who don't have the wherewithal to come get the water. It's being delivered to them and we're just gonna keep our nose to the grindstone here and continue to work with the the city and <hes> and until we get this right well governor. Phil murphy is the governor of the state of new jersey governor murphy. Thank you so much for speaking with us back and we spoke with governor murphy late yesterday well joining us. Now is yvette jordan..
"newark" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Diners in east Newark and about how it's going to be refurbished going to take on a whole new look outdoor seating that's the part that that's where I said no no no it's a restaurant you can't you can't that's like the time I went to a place that has diner as part of the name of the place and they have like a linen napkin Satan now I think once you cross that line I think now it's a restaurant you can't you can't call that you can call that a diner so what does a diner have to have a what should never have one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five by the way real quick total aside but it's about diners real quick what's the best movie scene ever involving a diner I think the answer is obvious I would go to the diner now see now the end of pineapple express our road when he's I don't even remember optimize he laughed as boy that's already please are right that's what made me think of it because Seth Rogan laughs a lot in this scene is when the three of them are there and what's the guys they Danny Danny McBride and he's all shot up and obviously he should be at a hospital and instead ridiculously they stop at a diner and I just know your hatred of several full off a what does and does not belong in a diner Stephen Sucka sauna you're a New Jersey one one point five yeah I think locked in a a know that you can get him anywhere else but you know at least in the tri state area a locks off and what an exam and what is going to have a hearing on the beginning yeah it doesn't have that you would say it's not a diner are you just like your diner to have locks yeah I I don't know that you can get that in any any other place other than a diner okay yeah I guess times see I'm a bad person to judge Steve thanks for your call I have never once in my life yeah I see I hate I do agree I've never looked for that a diner Victoria in maple shade you're a New Jersey one one point five hi I love you guys thank you that is so well thank you on their behalf as well Kerry handles silver dollar you're closing the cherry hill mall has jukeboxes at the tables okay they don't still work to do today if they don't get out here yeah is leaving the company still maintains those there's still come to the comes right to even fix those when they break I guess yeah they even have a kid section in the back where the kids can pick out songs all that's pretty cool what keeping not alive all right so you're milk shakes are so thick they give you the fax five strokes and all right so with it so we would your main thing be that a real diner still has to have the juke boxes yes yeah it's gonna leave out a lot of the and then they got it looked like a diner with this over that's another thing too right yes sometimes a diner does not look like right there sometimes no stainless steel in a diner at all and it really just looks like a restaurant but the needed to have that length and shape in the stainless ideal online in car really came right okay right Victoria thank you call I don't think that you do I think you should have some of that like I think it could be like the dimensions I think could be big spread out wide open not like a dining car and you have to have a lot of stainless steel but some part of it I think should have some stainless steel Scott in Riverton you're a New Jersey one one point five a good a couple of things you need to have yeah I have to have breakfast a day old Mike I was waiting for some is a breakfast any Taliban to have decent pancakes if you can't make it the pancakes go home close down all right close down go home so you need to have one of those and I found everything included practice words potatoes an egg and a meet and it usually means either after the diner or the town or something crazy so a giant combo will collect yet the condo and it's usually the special and even named after somebody famous in the town or the name of a diner or you know something where you clues the call for you to choose everything like the cherry hill cherry bomb breakfast but ends up something like that exactly okay Scott thanks for your call the breakfast anytime I think that was an obvious we were thinking about that one and yeah what do you agree that that's got to be an element of a dying I would absolutely agree and because it the menu get always has to have at least one or if not two pages of breakfast and and they give you the menu anytime I mean yes absolutely did you ever hear of just talk about this without that tossed please but you've heard of diners that have a liquor license yeah I have never been one I only was wants to be honest with you but that I don't think you need because you get out of the bar it's kind of the respite from the drinking Raleigh rebound what is the point if you want you can have another vehicle is because the alleged drug by even if you drink this is a dangerous man I will take more of your phone calls we're asking this because there is pretty famous diner in east Newark it's being torn down re done but they're gonna include outdoor seating which just strikes me as not very diner like so what is a New Jersey diner to be an authentic Jersey diner have to have one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five time for the news to thirty.
"newark" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"In Newark biggest star in college hoops dukes Zion. Williamson has hurt his knee after a sneaker fell apart sunshine. Thirty six degrees in an happened right now warming up into the fifties on this Thursday, the twenty-first I'm Paul Dane, I'm Wayne Cabot CVS's next more than just the headlines. This is w CBS News Radio eight eighty nine o'clock. CBS news on the hour sponsored by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Police in Chicago have a news conference scheduled next hour on the arrest of actor Jesse smell let he surrendered overnight after he was charged with filing a false report about a racist attack. Correspondent dean Reynolds is at the courthouse. A thirty six year old actor is now charged with disorderly conduct for filing a false. Police report the offense is a felony and could carry jail time small that has refused for days to meet with police. Detectives despite repeated requests to explain himself to brothers told police smollet paid them to stage the attack a summit on preventing priest sex-abuse is underway at the Vatican archbishop. Charles should Kouba is the churches leading sex crimes investigator. Doc should know that we mean business videotaped testimony a survivor from Africa told bishops the priest who began raping her at age fifteen forced her to have three abortions and beat her when she refused to have sex with him are US Coast Guard Lieutenant is expected to be in court today after he was arrested on terrorism charges. CBS's David Martin says Christopher hasn't calls himself, a white nationalist who once served in the Marine Corps kept a hit list that reads like a who's who of liberal politics. Speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer Senator Kirsten gillibrand presidential candidates, Elizabeth Warren, Kamla Harris and Cory Booker federal agents say they found fifteen guns at Hassans home in Maryland and more than one thousand rounds of ammunition. Federal investigators are taking a closer look at Johnson's baby powder to checkout claims of a specis contamination. The company is facing thirteen thousand. Lawsuits over its talk and possible links to ovarian cancer and mesothelioma last year. A jury awarded twenty two patients almost five billion dollars. The New York Times has been reporting on internal documents showing Johnson and Johnson was concerned about a specis and its powder products. A Florida mayor says hackers got a hold of his Twitter page and the results immediately raised eyebrows. Correspondent Peter King has details from Orlando Tampa mayor Bob buckhorn Twitter account was filled with racist slurs, anti-semitic and homophobic, comments and pornography. You early this morning along with threats to city staff the local VA office and Tampa international airport. Profile was changed as well. Describing the mayors of white supremacist buckhorn spokeswoman says the tweets ravenously, not his and we're taking down when they were discovered. Police investigating not just the hacking but threats made by whoever broke into his account s.
"newark" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"In newark police in the bronx looking for two men and a woman who attacked and ron delivery camp driver happened just after five in the morning june fifteenth near east two hundred twenty first street and white plains road three were passengers on the driver pulled over one of them put the fortyoneyearold and the cold and they made off of his wallet forty five forty dollars and the vehicles dash cam but you can still see video the suspects at santan wins dot com rudy giuliani talking again and pushing back in this special counsels powers to hassle his client president donald j trump on cnn state of the union guiliani discuss former fbi director james comey is that the president asked him to go easy on axs national security advisor mike flynn something some people believe maybe akin to obstruction of justice where he said to him was tenure can you give took it as direct that's okay have you taken a doubt way by that time you've been fired and you said a lot of other things some of which have turned out to be untrue the reality is as a prosecutor i was told that many times can you give the man a break either by his lawyers by his relatives by friends you take that into consideration but not from the president of the united states giuliani also confirmed that the white house contested a special counsel request to interview chief of staff john kelly while the president will depart tuesday for a week long trip to europe eluding meeting with russian president vladimir putin in helsinki wins news time to fifty one from the ram trucks traffic.
"newark" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day
"Office and watched on my iphone as the cameras pan back and forth those white things those cameras i can see i can see you that's us that's us we are see you in my coat after the initial correal of spotting themselves on my iphone via the newark police department website carter expressed thread what do you think about them being able to see yourself on a camera that i'm very very concerned people collecting information it's like we're taking our power away as citizens because we don't get opt out and everybody else can use it for whatever reason whether it's good or bad paul says it changes how new workers like her will carry themselves in public we as citizens the whole way in which we engage with each other constantly watching our cells watching our neighbors and everyone becomes a suspect not everyone finds the cameras bewildering some residency violent crimes like murder are still common and the cameras add a layer protection this is taking see something say something to a whole 'nother level steve sofara is an official with the security industry association a trade group that represents companies that build security and surveillance systems he said he doesn't think the resolution is clear enough to cause concern which are able to do is to see people you're able to see vehicles you can see weather but you can't really read license plates and you can't really recognize faces he says the cameras can catch activities where the public can help like spotting a fire or a crowd gathered around someone in distress one downside though is that the public could misread what they're seeing like mistaking someone handing off a book to someone else as a drug deal mayor baraka says newark is installing signs to let the public and the criminals know they're being watched and he says that's not so unusual these days when cameras are in stores and on people's homes what we're trying to do is really compile organize all of this to give us the opportunity to stay.
"newark" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day
"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from the ups store who knows that small business owners can't afford to take days off so they'll be open to on may twenty fifth and twenty six for all your small business needs visit the ups store dot com for details newark new jersey is taking the concept of neighborhood watch to a whole new level they've installed hundreds of cameras around the city to create a virtual block watch but as new jersey public radio's karen rouse tells us some people don't want to be under surveillance newark mayor ras baraka says the new cameras replaced the old system that was wiped out during hurricane sandy he says these cameras are different these cameras are going to be watched they're gonna be watched by police department but we also recruiting our neighborhood and residents to participate in gauge with us to wash the neighborhoods as well but that engagement goes well beyond the residence newark's virtual patrol allows literally anyone on earth with an email address and internet connection to watch whatever activities the cameras capture cars driving through intersections a young woman leaving a corner store kids hanging out on a street sixty two cameras are already in operation by january there will be three hundred that anyway one anywhere can watch like adam schwarz he's a senior lawyer at the electron frontier foundation a civil liberties nonprofit in california i called and talked him through the newark police department website creating my account and within seconds he sees a list of locations for the cameras i can click on one of these cameras and then she was going on short says such easy access to the cameras could have a chilling effect on civil liberties there are people who if they are invited to go to a demonstration and they see that one of these blue cameras is up they might decide they don't wanna show up and it to put black and brown people at risk for being targeted it's lower income and minority communities where these technologies are deployed and they lead to more arrests it's a concern for newark linda carter and josie gonzalves i asked them to meet up with me at raymond's boulevard and broad street that's one of the sixty two blocks being monitored by surveillance camera we gathered in front of a taxi.
"newark" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"To the phones we go with brian in newark california either brian thank you for taking my call there's a group of people in some of the other teenage boys got some troubles and so there's they stay in some like dorm tight areas they're being bees and usually there's like the common area so they just make sure they're not getting any trouble there's been a little bit of history of of getting in trouble i mean if i had to send my kid on an overnight trip with a webcam i don't know if i'd want to send my kid is what i'm thinking you know it's it's because if the webcam doesn't work if somebody you know that means you're sitting up up all night watching what's going on you couldn't just even just face time to see if anything was all right there's the we could but there's a little reassurance we're not on my watch just checking in there are some other parents that are are in the closed areas but just to reassure my wife and make sure that if you need it then i get that i just seems it seems like it's it's a lot in order to do what you're mentioning is something called what they call the captive portal and so in order for you to sign onto the hotel's wi fi is that you have to accept some terms and conditions correct new you've got to go through a couple of hoops maybe entered your last name and a room number of things like that they're locked down that weighs specifically so that people can't put anything on the device without on the network without their acceptance of those terms and conditions it's hard to get around that the only way that you could get around that is by hooking up the camera to his laptop and having first of all first thing you do is you have the laptop everything's all working the camera hooked into it and everything's all working and then as soon as you wanna connect you want to see what's going on with the camera is that you can hook up to the laptop itself or if the laptop is actually using a cellular connection not a not a hotspot connection and so if it's on cellular then you're bypassing that whole hotel network in and of itself but as far as just buying a camera that you can hook into it without accepting the hotels terms and conditions.
"newark" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"No so she did that for ten twelve years she also got into modeling she was very attractive woman and she would model close that you know fashion shows and make some income there so between the millenary store and a modeling provided or with enough income to support yourself and then of course when cheap at a he bought her diamond rings in for coats and drove around and his ship vote lincoln limousine yeah you can imagine what the courtship might have looked like i can imagine i can hear the music i could see the scene already all right so but one little footnote right we kind of glanced over here i the the win moving when abe decide this is obviously before f about when abe decided and the management or maybe him decided that that they were gonna go from brooklyn to newark there was already though a team in newark wasn't there some kind of merger or some kind of i dunno agreement i mean how does added that sort of come about because i can't imagine that's you're not gonna have to teams in newark of course a name of which the newark might have been the newark brown i escapes me what the name of that but the newark dodgers ironically right ironically not being in brooklyn of course but that's interesting that's right that's right and those two teams merged and the newark eagles came at that surviving team taking some of the players from the newark dodgers one of whom was leon day pitcher who went onto the hall of fame and spent a lot of his career with other teams get back to the newark eagles until nineteen forty six.
"newark" Discussed on WDRC
"Peacock on a united airlines flight claiming that it was an emotional support peacock yes i have the story folks thank you so much i i do have it and we will squeeze this you know want let me just get around it away on this far down the road let me just give the story out of the way now and then we'll we'll move on our we have a amazing audio from representative gates from florida he's got an idea he knows what he wants trump to do with this memo we'll get to that in just a bit and also i wanted dive into there's some other aspects here uh because it's not all republicans are suggesting that this memo is the smoking gun i'll explain in a minute on a much lighter note yes a woman at newark airport newark liberty international airport tried to bring a peacock i we're talking about a full sized peacock tried to bring it on a united airlines flight by claiming that it was an emotional support animal united said yoon was said again so here okay all right yeah we do we we have this story you have a link to the story so okay uh if you wanna see how big this peacock is or was of still alive but it's not at the airport anymore so if you want to see the size of this the dakota go to schnitt show dot com we've got linked to the story and there's a photograph of the peacock.
"newark" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Two you know what i talk about the government i would i talk about government being too big in taxes being too high so i stayed at the hill newark airport and let me just read to you might bill you ready on top of the guest room but are you ready uh uh there's a state tax uh uh uh on the room and in parentheses it says group so of room state tax this is an occupancy tax uh uh uh uh uh uh uh uh this this city tax uh uh visit a resume tax i have a question or in i providing them with the tourism why you're my bay paying them to be the tourist and on top of the city in tourism tax fears a city tourism tax a separate encompassing city tourism uh this five frequent taxes on be staying at one hotel yet on providing them with a stronger economy yet they're going into my pocket five times for providing them with my personal appearance uh uh uh.
"newark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In newark he says blacks had been organizing for years to create jobs improve schools and end discrimination like his limburgers and low blood people still ambush they did i love i bucket and no black tell us anybody who will deliver lou the through will flow or doors of louisville too but he says the rights made it more difficult to attract business to newark precludes the stop people from liquor significant investments in the city that ahead to slim years turned correct repetition follows you gibson served four terms and most of that time he spent trying to restore that reputation and bring stability to the damage city sharp james with elected in 1980 fix newark's second black mayor he credits gibson with laying a foundation that allowed him to bring investors back to the city and sharp gains likes to talk about sharp gains short made no other people like it or not a renaissance city were they like it or not a destination while they like it or not the bond rate increase sharp jane brought to new jersey performer lawsuit of nor james disagrees with gifts and in the role the rights played in their rise to power so caller at car rebellion call it what you want but newark for the first time woke up then came cory booker who was elected in two thousand six the city's third black mayor if james created a renaissance inside the city booker introduced the world to what was their republican governor chris christie democratic mayor of newark cory booker and the founder of facebook mark zuckerberg are putting politics aside to help turn around the failing public schools in newark new jersey this booker appeared on the oprah winfrey show to announce a 100milliondollar gift from faith park or the city schools way to put the people of the city of newark really in the driver seat in the focal point and work to give all the assets and resources we need to give to them to succeed but booker with miss trusted as an outsider and accused of using newark.
"newark" Discussed on WINS 1010
"In newark brings news time 424 president trump sharply critical of his predecessors handling of the russian interference in us elections more from correspondent jerry bowed ladder in a series of tweets president trump says president obama did nothing about the russian meddling in the us election after he was told about it because he expected hilary clinton would win and didn't want to rock the boat this his press secretary sean spicer there does seem to be a bit of hypocrisy in terms of of what they didn't clearly do if they truly believe all of this was happening president trump tweeted he deserves an apology that there are quote zero tapes of trump people colluding because there was no collusion and no obstruction spicer says trump was joking when he publicly called on russian hackers to find emails associated with hillary clinton during the election sixty six degrees cloudy with some showers around we're going up to seventy eight inmates down to day and could see and other gusty shower or thunder storms some time this afternoon and early this evening wins news time four twenty five looks like some cable and phone companies are trying to sell home security but when a burglar sees one of their signs in front yard what does it say this home is five hundred ninety nine channels bore all these guys of highspeed internet but the adt sign bid says vis family trust the company whose name means security sold beat it's no wonder five times more people choose adt to protect their homes learn more at adtcom and and he licensing and terms and conditions in twenty feet stay single oh until you're thirty four recalculating by feet.