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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:10 min | Last month

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on WTOP

"Right now 36° in Columbia We have 36° here in friendship heights At 6 40 now jury selection is set to begin today In the sentencing trial of Parkland Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz his attorneys will attempt to find jurors who think that they'll vote against sentencing him to death for murdering 17 people in the 2018 massacre In the penalty phase those jurors will determine whether he will receive the death penalty or life in prison for the murders of 17 people he confessed to opening fire at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in February 2018 and already pled guilty to those crimes last October The jury selection process is expected to take several weeks Carly Barnett reporting The search is on and Sacramento California for at least two people who police believe opened fire on party goers early yesterday morning as the nightclubs and bars were closing In a matter of seconds 6 people were dead and 12 wounded Here's police chief Kathy Lester We know that a large fight took place just prior to the shootings And we have confirmed that there are multiple shooters Chief Lester's pleading with the public to share videos and other evidence that could lead to The Killers The largest federal employee union stresses the need for strong health and safety measures says more agencies plan to return to the office We get more from federal news networks jury heckman With the vast majority of federal employees returning to the office later this month the American federation of government employees says it's fighting to keep workplace flexibilities and telework as part of its office reentry negotiations National president Everett Kelly says more than 600 members have died from COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic They can take all the safety precautions there he is but then they still walk into a situation where many times they are coworkers are not safe And so it brings on a lot of stress jewelry heckman federal news network Australia has begun rolling out a fourth dose of the COVID vaccine as new coronavirus cases soar beyond pandemic levels The omicron variants causing great concern with case numbers had record levels Health minister Greg hunt says a fourth dose of the vaccine is now available That dosing regime will start in our general practices in our state and Commonwealth clinics and our indigenous medical clinics and with the Australian winter fast approaching the elderly and those with immune deficiencies will be the first to receive the fourth dose Scott maman for CBS News Brisbane Australia Last year a 150 children in Virginia's foster care system spent nights in social services buildings hotels or even emergency rooms while the state searched for proper housing for them Governor Glen youngkin calls that unacceptable and he's formed what he calls the safe and sound task force It's assignment is to come up with ways to make sure that children in need have places to stay April is child abuse prevention month Coming up on WTO heavyweight GOP support for one candidate running for Alaska's only congressional seat 6 43 Here's a highlight from trista Colbert the senior partner and vice president of hybrid cloud services for the federal sector at IBM on the DoD cloud exchange sponsored by IBM I believe that there are ways to leverage different ways of working much more automation Use a managed services delivery And then optimize right Once you've deployed those technologies really have a good way to focus in on optimization Listen to the entire discussion on federal news network search DoD cloud exchange Today what government needs most is creativity So let's create AI with integrity not bias Security that protects your data anywhere Cloud management that requires lust management and data fabric instead of data silos Let's create At scale right now together let's prototype Let's tweak Let's test Let's adapt Let's create something that changes everything IBM Let's create Learn more at IBM dot com And now a message from puffs.

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Florida massacre families to get millions for FBI's inaction

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Florida massacre families to get millions for FBI's inaction

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting families of the Florida school massacre settled their lawsuit against the FBI sixteen of the seventeen families of those killed in the twenty eighteen massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida have settled their lawsuit against the federal government the family sued over the FBI's failure to investigate a tip received about a month before the massacre saying former Stoneman Douglas student Nikolas Cruz had bought guns and plan to slip into a school and start shooting the place up a person familiar with the deal said the government will pay the families one hundred twenty seven point five million dollars overall the seventeenth family chose not to sue Cruz who's now twenty three pleaded guilty last month to seventeen counts of first degree murder hi Mike Rossio

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Nikolas Cruz pleads guilty to 2018 Parkland school massacre

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Nikolas Cruz pleads guilty to 2018 Parkland school massacre

"A guilty plea in a twenty eighteen high school massacre in Florida Nicholas Cruz pleaded guilty to murder this morning in the twenty eighteen high school massacre in parkland Florida that left seventeen people dead he answered a long list of questions from the judge aimed at confirming that he is mentally competent a separate court proceeding will decide his fate life or death life in prison would be without parole the judge plans to begin screening jurors next month aiming for the sentencing proceeding to begin in January Cruz killed fourteen students and three staff members on Valentine's day twenty eighteen during a seven minute rampage through Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school say investigators he had been expelled from Stoneman Douglas a year earlier I'm ready to fall late

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:11 min | 7 months ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Community. College are some of the provisions that could be dropped due to obstruction by conservative democrats. Joe mansion and kirstin cinema paid family. Leave could also be slashed. Just four weeks down from a proposed twelve weeks. Congressman pernilla giac. Paul chair of the congressional progressive caucus spoke after leaving the meeting with biden at the end of the day. The idea that we can do these programs a multitude of programs and actually get them going so that they deliver immediate transformational benefits to people as what. We're focused on on monday. A senate appropriations committee panel approved an additional twenty nine billion dollars for the pentagon ten billion dollars more than requested bringing its annual budget to nearly seven hundred twenty six billion dollars. That's more than twice the annual cost of the build back. Better act too even before any cuts the bill back better at would vastly expand the social safety net and combat the climate crisis in large part by fairly taxing corporations and the wealthiest americans group of sunrise movement. Climate activists are beginning a hunger strike outside the white house today to demand. Congress and president biden past the climate crisis provisions and the reconciliation package. The youth activists made the decision to strike following news. That democrats could cut. It came measure which would promote renewable energy to replace fossil fuels as a concession to senator mansion in related news a new report published by the un environment program finds governments are planning to extract double the amount of fossil fuels between now and twenty thirty. That would be consistent with the twenty fifteen paris. Climate accord's target of keeping global temperature rise below one point five degrees celsius in michigan. Activists took peaceful direct action to shut down and bridges line. Five pipeline in may governor gretchen whitmer ordered and bridge to shut down the tar sands oil pipeline calling it a ticking time bomb but they continue to operate threatening the fragile watery of the straits of mackinac and sovereign indigenous lands water protectors speaking before. Cutting off the pipeline. Tuesday bridge violates the public trust every second that line five continues to operate and bridge repeatedly and knowingly violated the terms of the one thousand nine hundred fifty easement and failed to correct structural shortcomings in the line five pipeline. Furthermore line five has already spilled thirty three different times totaling over one point. One million gallons of oil here in new york city elected leaders joined activists at a press conference outside national. Grid's headquarters protesting the north brooklyn pipeline and proposed price hikes to two million new yorkers gas bills. This is new york city council member and democrat candidate for brooklyn borough president antonio i know so did the dollars on infrastructure for guys and then they want us wants himself because of their decision to pay the bill on the future onto our into our help in more climate news. Another u n report out. This week warns the last three mountain. Glaciers on the african continent are receding so quickly that they could disappear altogether within the next two decades. One hundred eighteen million people already living in poverty could face drought floods or extreme heat. African countries make up seventeen percent of the global population but a responsible for less than four percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions in yemen. The un is calling for a ceasefire in the city of muddy where tens of thousands of civilians in need of medical care and other assistance sir trapped as fighting intensifies between saudi backed yemeni forces. And who the rebels to seize control of the city. The saudi led coalition said. It had recently killed at least one hundred sixty who the rebels and air raids. The un also warned yemen's economy is collapsing in its humanitarian crisis worsening with more than twenty million yemenis or two thirds of the population in need of immediate humanitarian assistance. This comes this unicef's reporting. At least ten thousand yemeni children have been killed or injured throughout the brutal war in yemen. This is the nsf. Spokesperson for out of every five children need humanitarian assistance. That's eleven million. Four hundred thousand safa acute malnutrition via acute now nutrition. That means i literally on death store more than two million or out of school. Full million more at risk at least fourteen refugees have died and dozens of others have been reported missing in the mediterranean sea in recent days people fleeing extreme poverty violence in the effects of climate crisis continued to take the dangerous trek to europe. Some two hundred thirty people were recently rescued off. Spain's lyric islands. Meanwhile the german humanitarian vessel see watched three let seven rescue missions on sunday and monday rescuing dozens of refugees off the coast of libya in chile. At least four hundred fifty protesters who arrested in two were reported dead as police clashed with thousands of people took to the streets of santiago and across chile. Monday protesters were walking the second anniversary of the massive uprising against the right wing. Government to present. Sebastian pieta his neoliberal policies and worsening economic inequality in chile the mobilizations in two thousand nineteen also triggered efforts to rewrite the chilean constitution which was created under the us-backed dictator augusto pinochet recent protests. Come just one month before chileans head to the polls to elect a new president. A group of central american mothers searching for their children are in the united states this week to demand action to find their missing loved ones who disappeared on the journey to the us. The mothers are also denouncing human rights violations against central american migrants members of the caravan of mothers of disappeared migrants from central america shared their testimonies with lawmakers in washington dc. Yesterday here in new york. A group of mothers gathered at a rally in queens tuesday night. This is our sla. Dahir a mother from el salvador who has been searching for her son edwin alexander since september. Two thousand twelve mothers. Don't believe in borders. We have participated in different caravans. We have pushed for different petitions to find our children. We have done. Dna tests with our governments in our home countries but then salvador. No one has listened to us in other immigration news unpublished data from customs and border protection. Show arrests by the border patrol. Shot up to its highest level since nineteen eighty-six over one. Seven million. People were detained along the us. Mexico border during the twenty twenty one fiscal year that ended in september this according to analysis by the washington post in parkland florida the families of the seventeen people who were killed during the two thousand eighteen massacre at the marjory stoneman. Douglas high school have reached a twenty five million dollar settlement with the broward county school district others who were wounded or survive. The mass shooting were also part of the agreement. This comes a shooter nicholas. Crews a former student at the high school's expected to plead guilty today to seventeen counts of premeditated murder and seventeen counts of attempted murder. Texas is one step closer to enacting a heavily gerrymandered redistricting plan after both chambers of the legislature approved the new map sending the measure to republican governor. Greg abbott's desk for signing the map severely diminishes the electro voice of communities of color giving disproportionate voting power to white texans and republicans. Texas also gained two house seats this year. The state's population growth is largely due to an increase in people of color but republicans still give white voters effective control of the new districts in colorado..

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:54 min | 7 months ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Steve Bannon The select committee is investigating the January 6th attack at the U.S. capitol NPR's trial Snyder says Bannon did not appear before the panel last week as requested The vote by the committee investigating the attack on the U.S. capitol was unanimous a panel 7 Democrats and two Republicans all voted to recommend that the entire house consider contempt charges against Bannon for failing to cooperate with the committee's investigation Bannon has refused to comply with subpoenas saying former president Donald Trump has directed him to claim executive privilege even though banner was fired by Trump years before the capital riot There is a court hearing today in Florida where a former student at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland is expected to plead guilty to 17 counts of first degree murder The attack in February of 2018 also left more than a dozen people wounded NPR's Greg Allen says prosecutors in Broward county have no doubt the gunman was expelled former student Nicholas Cruz It was 19 at the time Numerous witnesses identified him their surveillance video There's recordings he made himself before the shooting and he reportedly confessed to authorities afterwards Prosecutors say they intend to seek the death penalty This is NPR news from Washington This is WNYC in New York at 7 32 Good morning I'm David first 57° in Central Park going up to 75 today As of today New York City is requiring all city employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19 Those who do not comply by next Friday October 29th will be placed on unpaid leave Mayor de Blasio made the announcement this morning it will apply to more than 160,000 workers Uniformed department of correction workers who are not involved in healthcare have until December 1st in a concession to staffing problems there The city will also add an extra $500 incentive to the paycheck of any worker who gets their first shot at a city run vaccination site Officials say about 71% of city workers who fall under the mandate have already received at least one dose New York governor Kathy hokus has parents of young children should start making plans to get their kids vaccinated against COVID-19 sooner rather than later She says federal officials could approve COVID-19 vaccines for children to ages 5 to 11 in the coming weeks and that could lead to a rush for shots Kids in this age group are currently leading both the state and the city in weekly COVID cases You don't want to hear that the first appointment of elbows in February when you want your child to have that shot as soon as possible So I would encourage parents to start making appointments with their pediatricians knowing that this is going to be coming out early to mid November Hope will sense the state might also set up vaccine sites in or near public schools and could reopen mass vaccination clinics if necessary 57 now sunny skies today breezy as well.

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:37 min | 7 months ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hands and non binary people both on screen and in management And we visit broad channel queens where a conservationist is enjoying the end of an annual fall visit from a feathered friend This is WNYC and once again if you'd like to pledge to WNYC do so at 88 three 7 6 9 6 9 two as always thank you This is WNYC FM HD and a.m. New York Live from NPR news in Washington on core of a Coleman The House select committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol has approved a contempt report against former Trump strategist Steve Bannon He had refused to cooperate saying former president Donald Trump's executive privilege shielded him The content report will go to the full House for a vote tomorrow and could be referred to federal officials for criminal proceedings Separately the Biden administration is moving to release documents to that committee that Trump wanted to keep secret White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki The former president's actions represented a unique and existential threats or democracy that we don't feel can be swept under the rug Trump has sued to block the release of those documents President Biden is going to his hometown of Scranton Pennsylvania today and Pierre's moralize and reports he will pitch his plan on infrastructure and climate In Scranton the president is expected to explain how his build back better package of investments in public preschool community college elder care and climate will help working families get better jobs and more help at home Polls show that majorities of Democrats and independents approve of most of the pieces of his plan the problem is with Democrats in Congress Biden has been struggling to get progressives and moderates to agree on a bill that can pass with democratic votes only Because their margins in Congress are so small Democrats can't afford to lose more than one or two votes in the house and none at all in the Senate All Democrats agree the price tag for the package has to shrink but they haven't been able to agree on what to cut what does sunset or what to leave out altogether Marala isin NPR news The White House Senate Democrats will try again today to push forward legislation on voting rights and elections Their bill would set national rules for running elections Democrats say this is needed to counteract new restrictions on voting that Republican led state legislatures have imposed But the Senate Democrats will likely fail because Senate Republicans are expected to filibuster the voting rights bill The suspect accused of killing 17 people and wounding 17 others at a Florida high school in 2018 will be in court today and Pierre's Greg Allen reports that lawyers for Nicholas Cruz say that he will plead guilty to all counts Cruise's charged with 17 counts of murder and 17 of attempted murder at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland Prosecutors turned down his offer to plead guilty in exchange for a consecutive life sentences At a hearing today in Fort Lauderdale cruise's lawyers say their client will plead guilty anyway That will set the stage for the trials penalty phase and a possible death sentence Fred guttenberg whose daughter Jamie was one of those killed spoke on MSNBC I hope this person pays the price with his life And I do the penalty phase for me is a really important part of our ability to move forward as families The judge has said jury selection for the penalty phase will begin next month Greg Allen and PR news Miami You're listening to NPR news Good morning I'm David first 57° New York City It's going to be sunny again today with a high around 75 Federal health officials are due in the coming weeks to make a decision over the use of COVID-19 vaccines and children younger than 12 and governor Kathy hoffel says she wants schools to be ready to help administer those shots if an approval arrives What kind of permission slips we're going to make sure that the schools have the resources they need We'll give them the money if they need more money We're going to be there to make this happen Says she also wants pediatricians to be go to resources for parents of young kids given those doctors already administer so many other childhood vaccinations She's urging parents to start making appointments now A prominent immigrant rights activist has returned to the country after being deported to Haiti by the Trump administration in 2018 Jean montrevel is a cofounder of the new sanctuary coalition and arrived at JFK airport on Monday He said he was grateful to be reunited with his kids I'm here with them and I'm happy You know I woke up this morning to make them breakfast This is what I always want to do And send my daughter to school March reveals sued the Trump administration arguing that he was targeted and retaliation for his activism He was granted a 90 day visit so he can pursue opportunities to remain here as conditions deteriorate in Haiti The leading candidates for New York City's public advocate went head to head in an hour long debate on New York one last night The democratic incumbent giamatti Williams is facing a challenge from doctor Devi non Pierre rampal excuse me non pia perample a Republican One issue that divided them was mandates for the COVID-19 vaccine Says she is vaccinated but opposes mandates which William supports There are a lot of people who believe that they should have control over their own bodies And I believe that too this is probably the only time I made because this is really important The only reason.

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Nikolas Cruz set to plead guilty to Parkland massacre

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Nikolas Cruz set to plead guilty to Parkland massacre

"The parkland school shooting suspect is set to plead guilty today to shooting seventeen people Nicolas Cruz's attorneys said during a hearing last week that he would plead guilty to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school fourteen students and three staff members were killed on Valentine's day twenty eighteen Cruz had been expelled a year earlier after a history of threatening sometimes violent behavior dating back to preschool a jury will determine whether he gets the death penalty or life in prison without parole after the shooting Cruz's attorneys offered to have him plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence but Broward state attorney Mike Satz rejected the offer saying crews deserve the death sentence he stepped down this year I'm Julie Walker

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 7 months ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As opposed to any specific sort of discrimination against me as a woman All right so great to catch up with you Thank you so much Good luck with everything Thank you very much Check back again 'cause we'd love to hear more about your portfolio We've been talking with Valerie Shen She is here for graduate school of business class of 2019 partner chief operating officer at G two venture partners But it is truly one of my favorite conversations Just trying to get an idea of what are the new things coming down the road Venture capitalists certainly understand because they're the ones who are seeing this play out in real time Totally All right let's get back to world the national news over to Nancy Lion She's in our D.C. studio Let's take it away Thanks Carol Nicolas Cruz accused of carrying out the 2018 mass shooting in marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland Florida is apparently ready to change his plea in the case to guilty his lawyers has his lawyer has indicated he would plead guilty to 17 counts of murder 17 counts of attempted murder The police would apparently come without conditions prosecutors still plan to seek the death penalty U.S. consumer sentiment about the economy and its future measured monthly by the University of Michigan has fallen by more than a full percentage point It's been going that way for three months now Richard Curtin director of the survey said in a Bloomberg interview Consumers remain rather domestic confidence is really declined in how consumers hear the ability of the government to manage the economy You have the future of inflation Consumers have lost the notion that it won't be transmit At the same time according to the commerce department retail sales increased but curtain attributed that largely to the increase in prices in Washington or of Chapman Bloomberg radio President Biden while promoting his build back better agenda at a child care facility in Connecticut took time this afternoon to say he's been trying to get in touch with former president Bill Clinton who's recovering in a California hospital after being diagnosed with an infection I've been changing exchanging calls He seems to be going well and doing well and so when I talk to him out but let you all know Clinton spokesman says the former president is on the mend and responding well to antibiotics Global news 24 hours.

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:41 min | 9 months ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"6 10. W i o t not seeing any Ranger Seattle 16 Doppler radar 93 degrees in Southwest ranches 91 in the city of Miami. It is 201, a fourth suspect has been arrested in the identity theft of seven. Surfside victims Miami Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle announced Wednesday he arrested three other suspects. Today's arrest Nelson Ronaldo Garcia Medina is the brother of Betsy Alejandro Castro Medina arrested yesterday, Garcia Medina was caught attempting to buy $130 pair of sneakers with the victim's credit card. New numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after 12,386 coronavirus infections confirmed in Florida. Hospitalizations have been trending lower over the past couple of weeks. The latest numbers from the Florida Hospital Association show 13,100 Covid patients being treated around the state more than a million dollars being given a Walton County through the governor's job growth. Granted rural infrastructure fund governor to Santa says $500,000 is going to roadway, water, sewer and infrastructure projects, which could support up to 1000 jobs were also good doing 625,000 to the rural infrastructure Fund to improve broadband Internet access. In Walton County funds are part of a bigger plan to Sure the entire county is covered by broadband by June of 2022 sectors, saying later that access is important to keep jobs from leaving the county Democrats. Vera, Texas style abortion ban could be coming to Florida representative Lois Frankel pushing for Congress to pass the Women's Health Protection Act. This is federal legislation that would protect healthcare provider's ability to deliver abortion services and patients access to those services free from medically unnecessary and onerous restrictions, such as waiting periods, admitting privileges. Unnecessary ultrasounds. Frankel says Limiting access to abortions won't keep women from getting them but could make getting one more dangerous. Florida Senate President Wilton Simpson has stated he wants to look at the Texas law to see if there's more that can be done in Florida. Will all top news radio 16 w I. O D Circuit Judge Elizabeth Shearer has denied the motion from attorneys for confessed Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz. They be allowed to view the testimony and evidence presented to the grand jury that indicted him. Under Florida law. Those proceedings are typically secret, and Judge Scherer says she sees no reason to overrule that no trial date. Been set. Jury selection is pending Disney Cruise Line announcing a date for the return of the Disney Magic to Florida, officials say the crews will have its for sailing from Port Miami on October 28 with four and five night trips to the Bahamas in Mexico. The Disney fantasy set to sail for the first time on September 11th from Port Canaveral, making short trips to the Bahamas on Wall Street. We are sailing lower now. Jones Industrial Average down 128 points at 34,009 to the NASDAQ Down 11 Points S and P 515. To a four Another update at 2 30 MORE the Clay Travis and Buck Sexton show Next after we check whether I'm Lewis NewsRadio 6 10 w.

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Old reports, FBI Data says in 2020 Americans lost more than $62 Million in employment scams and the better Business Bureau says a lot of the times the target of these scams where younger people, two thirds of the victims were under 45. Many of them said that they had recently been applying for a lot of jobs. Experts say a job seekers should never click on links from email addresses that they don't know. As the U. S military is fully withdrawn from Afghanistan. Several lawmakers are raising questions about why Americans are still in that country. After the August 31st withdrawal deadline. Florida Senator Rick Scott was on Fox's mornings with Maria 13 people lost their lives. Because of Joe Biden's incompetence. On top of that, he promised every American citizen would have the opportunity to leave. No, they don't. The Taliban is making decision and says President Biden has done a horrible job with the withdrawal process. Democrats, fearing a Texas style abortion ban could be coming to Florida representative Lois Frankel pushing for Congress to pass the Women's Health Protection Act. This is federal legislation that would protect healthcare provider's ability to deliver abortion services and patients access to those services. Is free from medically unnecessary and onerous restrictions, such as waiting periods. Admitting privileges are unnecessary ultrasounds, Frankel says Limiting access to abortions won't keep women from getting them but could make getting one more dangerous. Florida Senate President Wilton Simpson has stated he wants to look at the Texas law to see if there's more that can be done in Florida. Will all top news radio 6 10 W I o. D a denial in the case of Nikolas Cruz Circuit Judge Elizabeth sure has denied the motion from attorneys for the confessed Parkland killer that they be allowed to view the test. Simonyan evidence presented to the grand jury that indicted him. Under Florida law. Those proceedings are typically secret, and the judge said she saw no reason to approach that no trial date has been set. Yet. Jury selection is also pending. And it's a sure sign fall is on the way. The several champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers are hosting the Dallas Cowboys tonight in the NFL season opener. You may not be ready for summer to end, but there's a good chance you or someone you know is ready for some football three college games.

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:27 min | 11 months ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"In El Portal at 7 31 Demonstrations continue here in South Florida and also in Cuba, South Florida, also taking to the streets protesting the violence and also the activity in solidarity with those on the communist nation. I mean, Mayor Francis War is a Cuban American as participating in Little Havana rallies. It's the best way to support the people in Cuba for them to know that the international world is watching them. And it's keeping an eye on the sacrifices that they're making and the brutal repression that we're seeing come out of Cuba. At least 140. Cubans have reportedly been detained or have disappeared since speaking out on Sunday, and at least one death is attributed on the island to those protests. Here in South Florida. How and where you stand in solidarity with Cubans could land you behind bars. Staging highway shut down Protests like what happened yesterday on the Palmetto Expressway is a felony under the state's new anti riot law. Protesting charges, which had once been misdemeanors are also now felonies. Miami police chief Art Acevedo says his department will help people exercise their First Amendment rights. But it's important that the people protest and demonstrate and a I think peaceful and responsible manner. Even though thousands have repeatedly gathered on Southwest Eighth Street, the few agitators have been moved along. Without incident. Erick Rodriguez news radio 6 10, w i, o D, and with the political unrest in both Cuba and Haiti, Miami Dade Public schools is preparing for possible influx of students from both nations. District officials in Miami Dade County have started reviewing and updating their school registration policies, instructional and food service procedures to meet covid protocols. Should the immigrant students flood the area if necessary, they'll be reaching out to local, state and federal entities for additional Resources. 7 33 in a body found in the Surfside condo collapse site is now the youngest victim of the tragedy. Miami Dade police identifying the one year old girl. The death toll now stands at 95 new developments. In the case of the bodies of two girls found in a lot of Hill Canal back in June, police overnight arresting 30 sexual tennis A. Hogan, the mother of nine and seven year olds, Destiny and Atia Hogan. Their bodies were discovered and pulled from the water about nine hours apart. Denisa Hogan's now facing at least two counts of first degree murder. The accused Parkland shooter has not appeared in person for their court hearings since Judge Elizabeth Surer put into place a blanket waiver at a sterile status hearing yesterday, though she ended the waiver ordering Nikolas Cruz to start appearing at all future hearings. The next one. The homicide case is set for August 11th and the coronavirus crisis is far from over. NBC's Miguel Almaguer has the latest Now there's growing concern over protecting the 28 million school aged kids under 12, who are still likely months away from qualifying for a vaccine before heading back to campus. The number of daily cases has nearly doubled from last week as a more contagious Delta variant continues spreading mornings at a time. Natalie Rodriguez NewsRadio 6 10 w Y. O T 50 Years ago, American Home Shield founded the Home Service plan industry to give people a break when.

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"I mean this this chick is a complete loon. And now finally she starting to backtrack but you know, I'm watching CNN and they're going going well. she she apologized. No, she didn't she never uttered the word after hearing. I'm sorry. She never apologized CNN stop saying she apologized you're wrong just because she admitted that Sandy Hook and Parkland actually happened, but doesn't mean that she apologized. Okay, so stop saying she apologized. All right, cuz you're pissing me off and you don't want to get under my skin CNN, you know granted I should be on your I should be on your network. We both know that you should have me on there, but you know, We know that I wear Harley t-shirts and you want a guy in a suit. Although I will wear a suit if I was on CNN MSNBC. Anyway, if you need any remote kind of who the lunatic Marjorie tail agreed is Marshall journalist. Thanks for the freaking super sticky. You know what I said, it's great. Cuz today is the fourth it then I'm doing a Stern oriented show me sad. I got the beer in the balcony on Friday and then Tuesday would probably be my last one where the supercharged will count for this month. But thank you there Marsha giannoulas. Let me know remind everybody who Marjorie Taylor green is if you can recall this this is a survivor of Parkland. She recorded herself in this video confronting the Parkland shooting a Survivor David Hogg on the streets of DC accusing him of trying to take away her second amendment rights responding to the criticism in a statement. She wrote in part over the years I've had teams of people manage my pages many posts have been liked many posts have been shared some did not represent My Views All rights to her friends views I thought that was nice to have her actually but I'm sure we all saw position the house education and labor of her now top Democrats are I mean screaming at this freaking look you know she was alone get off my screen freaking Shepard Smith okay anyway we all know she was a Kya thought that was going to be the one where she screaming at the freaking he let me see if I can find it It would scream and add. I'll look Midas Touch boys. Did Hal Sparks show. That's cool. That's I like to see you know off. You know use the same guest. Let's see Parkland. I want to find where he's Was she screaming? I guess just so we could remind everybody who this lunatic is. It should be it, right. Let's see. Trying to find the one where she screaming at this freaking poor kid. Hold on, you know, I can't find the Raw. Oh, here it is. All right hearings. Yeah. Yeah, let me Cisco 9 7/8. Thank you very much. My man. Thanks for that. I appreciate it. 96708 Tony macaroni with the $33 super sticker. Thank you very much. He let me see if this is the proper one. I want to I want to play this before I get Sandra on here. I mean Sandra before I get Sarah on here because it's important to see what a lunatic this freaking nut job is just so you I can remind everybody. I know you all seen us already, but I still like to see cuz this is the woman cuz I'm going to play her apologies 2020 presidential election. She's challenged the you know backed that President Trump lost and she's promoted the big lie about election fraud. She's also endorsed executing mccratic lawmakers on Facebook in 2018 and 2019. She's also suggested that the mass shootings in Las Vegas and Parkland were so-called false flag operations in other words Batesburg. Brain has now been rewarded for all of that with a seat on the house education and labor committee this morning. We are seeing this video before birth was elected to congress of her harassing Parkland Massacre Survivor David Hogg on his way to talk to lawmakers about gun reform. David why are you supporting the red flag laws? It's not. Then Nikolas Cruz would include anybody in your high school or at least protected them. Why are you supporting red light gun laws that attack our Second Amendment rights? And why are you using kids to get as a barrier? Do you not know how to defend your stance some blockage? You got nothing to say nothing to say because I'm trying to say you guys he has nothing to say because he's paid to do this. Guess what? I'm a gun owner. I'm an American citizen and I have nothing but this guy with his George Soros funding and his major funding has got everything. I want you to think about that. That's where we are and he's a coward he can't say one word because he can't defend his stance. Okay, there we go. All right. That's the freaking lunatic. That is the lunatic. There's the PayPal somebody asked me for it. And there's Moss Cafe. Thank you so much for the $5. She does. Oh David Hogg an apology. She's a lunatic. So now let me bring on Sarah kendzior here Sarah just this woman is a complete loon. Would you not agree? Yeah, and she's malicious. She's cruel. She's dangerous unless concerned about her beliefs than her actions because she's working in the capital side by side with colleagues who she feels fine targeting for assassination. So she's a danger and she needs to be removed. Now. Did you watch her bogus? It wasn't an apology. She never apologized. Did you watch any of it? I saw parts of it. I read the Paul quote unquote apology. I read the live stream of it. And again, you know, I feel like this comes down to action. Is what the Republicans are going to do is say, you know, rightfully everyone has the right to their own beliefs people can believe whatever they want. But there's a huge difference between just believing something that's false or offensive or what have you and taking actual action, you know harassing victims of school shootings harassing people like Corey Bush or Elan Omar threatening people backing Insurrection backing sedition, like those are major major offences, and that's where I hope the focus is because she tried to use passive voice and you know had that weird kind of wage something like I was allowed to believe this like Allowed by whom like and why and you know, it was just absolute nonsense, like mistakes were made level passive voice nonsense, but hasn't fixed our like to claim that the shooting of Sandy Hook and Parkland is.

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NewsRadio WIOD

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The Department of Health announcing over 11,000 new covert cases, the most reported it in a day since July, 24th Also 135 new deaths and the positivity rate at over 8% at 603, the maker of Clorox Disinfectant wife says the popular brand will be in short supply for a while longer. Clorox Chief operations officer Eric Reynolds, telling NBC news overnight that the wipes probably won't be well stocked until the middle of next year. We know that consumers are very frustrated with us. Reynolds says that they are producing more wipes than ever. But the demand has been incredibly high. 63 Miami Dade College graduates will be able to toss their mortarboard caps in the air tomorrow as they celebrate their accomplishments within person ceremonies. Live graduations are being held outside at both the North and Kendall campuses. Miami Dade College interim president Rolanda, Montoya says. They've done everything they can to ensure students stay safe. Everybody will be wearing their masks Area student when they arrive, will be checked for temperature and will be given a bag that contains hand sanitizer. Only students who graduated this academic year can attendant of the 15,000 eligible. Only 1500 will be on hand. University of Miami graduates are attending ceremony. Is virtually today. Florida International University's virtual graduation is set for Sunday. Wendi Grossman News Radio's 16, the B U Y o D six. So For now, some Florida Republicans are joining the call to reverse the election results. Excesses. Attorney general recently filed a lawsuit asking the Supreme Court to overturn the results in four states that went for Joe Biden, allegedly and nine Florida Republican congressman have signed an amicus brief in support of the lawsuit. They include Matt Gates, Neil Done, John Rutherford, Ted Yoho, Michael Wall Stand Webster, Gus Bill, Iraqis Ross Spano and Mario Diaz Balart Lord, meanwhile, seeing a spike in new unemployment claims, according to the Labor Department, there were about 25001st time claims for jobless benefits last week. That's up from just over 23,000 from the week before. Status hearing on tap today for the confessed Parkland killer. Judge Elizabeth sure is asking both sides to work through virus related hurdles as they gather evidence and witnesses. Nikolas Cruz is charged with 17 counts of murder in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas back in February of 2018, he will likely not partake in today's hearing. Victims of Ponzi schemer Bernie made off are said to get another payout. The Department of Justice says it's recovered another $488 million that it will hand over to some of the 37,000 victims who are swindled by made off. Those $23.2 billion been returned two victims in the 11 years since made off scam was exposed. He pled guilty to fraud that ripped off friends and family in the billions of dollars. He is behind bars in North Carolina, serving a 150 year sentence. 605 now Super Bowl champs are returning to the place where they want it all back in February. The Kansas City Chiefs are writing a seven game winning streak into hard Rock Stadium as they take on the Miami Dolphins Sunday afternoon, who are fighting for their eighth win in their last nine games will take a total team effort. Everyone's gotta handle their responsibility,.

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"ABC NEWS contributor Dr John Braunstein of Boston's Children Hospital, says doctors air starting to consider the long term effects of the virus is long holler concept where we're seeing, you know tens, maybe hundreds of thousands of patients in this sort of challenging dynamic over the long term, you know, that's a big worry, so it's not just necessarily about the numbers of death. It's about the morbidity that this disease Causes and the long term impact that could have 30 states reported increase in new cases. 23 States report rises in positivity rates and as the nation's health care system continues grappling with the impact of covert 19 experts are warning about yet another health threat, Dr Helen Boucher, with the partnership to fight infectious disease, says Superbugs are emerging, mutating and spreading globally, and it's heightened in the setting of Kobe because we have very, very sick patients with probate in our hospitals get secondary bacterial infections that some of which Because my antibiotic resistant bacteria developing and marketing new antibiotics is critical, she says. According to the CDC, more than 2.8 million drug resistant infections occur in the U. S each year and more than 35,000 people die As a result, that is Alisa Zee reporting. Coming up on 805, a Florida runner keeping a special streak alive. You're smarter peaches. Jim Mew Sand had run 39 Boston marathons in a row with this year's race was cancelled. Race officials did offer him and others a chance to run their own local versions of the marathon. And that's exactly what the 63 Year old did yesterday. While it was one of his slowest times, Musn't says it was worth it to complete his 40th Street Boston Marathon, and he looks forward to making it 50 straight one day. Well. The goal this week, meanwhile, is trying to determine if cyber attacks are related to a K 12 online malfunction at Miami Dade County schools Superintendent Alberta Carballo says that's why elementary students will continue logging onto the platform today and through the week while middle and high schoolers will be using zoom or Microsoft teams. He says a decision will be made after Friday. As to whether or not the district will continue using K 12 whether we have confidence that that platform can be reinitiated Without the systemic problems that we identified or if we abandon it all together. 16 year old is facing charges for hacking The system Search, though, continues for others, a status hearing on tap this morning for the confessed Parkland Killer. Judge Elizabeth sure schedule today's hearing after another 12 weeks ago. Nikolas Cruz was not present then and he will not be present today as well. An argument over orange juice appears to have played a role in a deadly shooting in North Miami Beach. Loose pages confessed to shooting his mom at their home on North East 135th terrorists policing the 29 year old shot the 59 year old after arguing with her about using her car, orange juice left in the fridge and using the remote control. Lee Se pages try to kill himself after shooting his mom. But when he realized he was out of bullets he called 9 11 told dispatchers. He quote lost it. Ortiz 80 38 06. I'm Natalie Rodriguez, Jimmy. All right, thanks. Coming up in just a couple of minutes here in the program will talk to Robert Runcie, the Broward County school superintendent were quickly approaching in Broward County 14 8% positive of covert under 5% When we're gonna open up, We'll talk about that with him while asking the question coming up in 8, 12 traffic 8 10 and his radio six and w y o D instant news updates before they even hit the air. Just follow our Twitter feed it dot com. Well, they're more waves coming off the coast of Africa. We know that we're peak hurricane season is Thursday, and that's why you gotta make sure your roof is in good working order. You know, we got lucky so far, but that could change that a moment. You know that. Call a master of the android Pioneer Roof. He's the president of a company pioneer has been around for decades and decades, right? But here's the affluent, and they have built a sterling.

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Commission, Pollack says the policies of the prior Obama Biden administration is what put kids and teachers at risk. Former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi will be speaking tonight along with first lady Melania Trump and Trump's Children Eric and Tiffany. Meanwhile, with Broward County Court's closed it's a virtual status hearing this morning for the confessed Parkland killer. No word yet exactly what will be discussed. Nikolas Cruz is charged with getting down 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Miami dates top teacher is ready to answer some questions for parents during this day number two of the week of Welcome orientation. Miami Dade School Superintendent Alberto Carvahlo hosting apparent Webinar this evening at 5 30. That is a great opportunity for parents to listen to the superintendent to hear what's in store for the new school year, especially for the online experience. District spokesperson Daisy Gonzalez Diego says questions submitted by parents over the past week will also be addressed. Yesterday. The Miami Week of Welcome website where students and parents watch online program modules ahead of next Monday's first day of online classes went down, but the problems are resolved by the afternoon aircraft. REGUS News Radius X 10 W 00 D 19 deaths announced yesterday by the Florida Department of Health and Broward County, including that of a 45 year old woman. 10 DEATHS Maurin Miami Day to Maurine Palm Beach Statewide 72 deaths were reported yesterday but fewer than 2300 new cases and the positivity right just over 5%. Meanwhile, a man in Hong Kong is now the first patient in the world to be documented as being re infected with Corona virus. NBC's Tom Costello. Reports of 33 year old man developed mild symptoms in late March when he was first diagnosed, got better. And then got sick again this month, But experts on this side of the ocean tell me this really underscores something that they've been saying all along How sick you are probably determines how much immunity you have. The sicker you are the more immunity Because he had a mild case that left him or exposed to having a second case off Corona virus. According to the University of Hong Kong in the man tested positive for the virus after returning to Hong Kong from Spain, he's been hospitalized but remains asymptomatic. Finding suggests that some patients who recover from covered 19 may have on Ly short lived immunity from reinfection. Yale University Immuno biology professor Akiko Iwasaki tweeted that this is no cause for alarm. It's a textbook example of how immunity should actually work. Dino for New York's 2020 Tunnel. The towers five k run and Walk is cancelled because of covered 19. Instead, a never forget virtual challenge will honor fallen heroes. The event was originally formed. Toe Honor New York City firefighter Stephen Siller, who was killed when the towers collect collapsed on September 11th 1 2009 05, a launch from Cape Canaveral is being pushed back a day United Launch alliance now aims for early Thursday morning to launch the Delta four heavy rocket on a national intelligence mission. And our I. Heart Radio Music Awards are officially canceled as well. They were set for March in Los Angeles, but the show was replaced with a living room concert Now what won't happen at all because of the pandemic, But winners will still be announced over Labor Day weekend on 840 I heart radio stations nationwide. Bands will also hear acceptance speeches, Billy, I'll Ish and Sean Mendy's had the most nominations that seven each, followed by Taylor Swift and Camilla Cabello. That is Mark Mayfield reporting it is 905 n ba MBA star LeBron James says he's afraid to be a black man in America because of police behavior. Leakers forward said People might get tired of hearing him say it. But black men, women and kids are terrified. James made the comments after police in Wisconsin shot an unarmed black man over the weekend that has stirred up controversy and protests for the last few days..

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NewsRadio WIOD

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Terminology of covered nineteen despite president trump referring to the virus as the Kong flu what the president does do is point to the fact that the origin of the virus is China is it fair thing to point out as China tries to ridiculously rewrite history speaking to reporters White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said the president does not use racist phrases and that he has simply been linking this to where it started she called it an indictment of China for letting this virus get here the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci and the directors of the CDC and FDA will be testifying before Congress today Hey the trio will testify before the house energy and commerce committee joined by Assistant Secretary for health and Human Services Dr Pratik girar and the doctors will be sharing their views on the health risks that are facing the nation as states continue expanding and re opening in spite of spikes of coronavirus cases six oh four presidential debate is coming to town president trump and former VP Joe Biden will be taking the stage for televised debate at the Adrienne Arsht center in downtown Miami come the fall the event was scheduled for October fifteenth at the university of Michigan but the university pulled out from hosting because of coronavirus concerns the official announcement is going to be made later today another round of stimulus checks could be headed our way president trump said yesterday very generous package is coming he didn't disclose how much money the legislation will be but did add that details are expected in the next coming weeks six oh five a virtual board at workshop on top in Broward as commissioners and the public discuss racial equality the goal is to find ways to ensure everyone is treated equally Jessica Williams with the arc of justice says the best way to do that is with increased sensitivity training and community oversight boards to police the police unfortunately in Broward county time and time again when officers have shown up to a blanket and how they are treated with lack of empathy it's very condescending the lieutenants and both were in the department of things thinking that but they're like oh we have to revisit this because it is raining she recommends all officers be equipped with cameras that should be rolling the entire time every time they respond or call Wendy Grossman newsradio six ten WYO D. folks lined up and waiting for hours outside of any user Baptist church in southeast Atlanta paying their respects to the family of ri chard Brooks but today his family says their final goodbye today at Ebenezer Baptist church congregation where Martin Luther king junior once served as pastor a funeral service will be held for ray shard Brooks the black man who was shot and killed eleven days ago by an Atlanta police officer that is it began as an attempt to DIY arrest with Brooks said fighting back against the two arresting officers grabbing one of their tasers and then as he was attempting to flee appearing to point that taser he was shot in the back twice and died at the scene that is A. B. C.'s Trevor all reporting and there's still no trial date for the alleged gunman in the parkland school massacre attorneys from both sides met with the judge for a status hearing on zoom yesterday Nikolas Cruz is accused of killing seventeen people and wounding seventeen others at Marjory Stoneman Douglas two years ago police say the crews did confess and prosecutors are seeking the death penalty next hearing August twenty fifth more news at six thirty six oh six I'm Natalie Rodriguez good morning any morning that does some good news and some bad news about the spread of covert nineteen in Florida with the latest numbers are telling us coming up and it's not just Florida seeing a concerning rise in positive cases in hospitalizations it's gotten so bad in one state but the Republican governor basically begging his citizens to wear masks what you're where that's happening coming up in our next couple of segments plus for three minutes away from the next live check on traffic and a brutally hot forecast in store and moments I'm news radio six ten WIOD original social media topics comments and your welcome to join stay connected with news radio six.

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Blogger and and he's written a ton of books the the the unauthorized autobiography of Kim Jong il is just fantastic one of his books we've talked to him about before he is now following a story in Maryland tell me about this my yeah there was a young man named Duncan lamp he was twenty one years old and in March or mid March if he was with his girlfriend in his bed he will be live with his parents and there was a no knock warrant that was issued to the police they claim that he was someone who was a prohibited person who is not allowed you have a fire arm for three months they had this anonymous yep they decided at four thirty in the morning according to them this is their side of the story that they executed a no knock raid he was holding a gun with there's no dispute that he was killed by the police now unfortunately for them there were many eye witnesses at the scene he was living at home with the girlfriend with the parents they say that the cops shot through the window he shot him through the window that Baker would flash Bob through the window we know this is standard practice for this and now there is a big legal situation they have not received the the body cam footage they're not giving a reason why they're not releasing the body cam footage when reporters asked them in writing why have you not released the body cam footage what is the procedure for releasing the body cam footage of race that you look at our press release now gland if you were me and you had undertaken action that would result in the doll by the way she's pregnant okay so now she's gonna have this kid in six months without a dad girlfriend the girl who is also a bloodied up the sun reports say she was shot she was not she was a bloodied up by rock handling by the swat team the thing about other point I wanted to make is I was going to be needed you know one of the big comments we used to have about the Soviet Union is that Mr in Russia you're waiting for the knock on the door Millen I write for the KGB to calm the KGB had the card he did not there is no reason in America life someone who is not an imminent threat to anyone should have hi team coming into their house at four in the morning at the very least it's going to endanger the officers what is the added if there's other people living in the home why don't you serve a warrant while they're there he's not there if these guns shouldn't be there flee from out that way this is the best case scenario for the police and laying out and it still doesn't make sure what happened it's under investigation by another county the end of the history that has lawyers are claiming there's no evidence he was a prohibited person to begin with and this is the kind of thing where I would hope more people would be upset that this is happening under our noses in this country so Michael I I read the story and the part that was they did cover was that there was no indication that he was of any danger in that warrant right right and the other thing may think they're quite a psychological and they're claiming that they can consequently that they came in and they asked him several times to put his hand up and he reached for his gun are you telling me anyone on earth sees the swat coming to your house the four in the morning and they identify themselves and you're like oh I'm just going to get my gun and take them on they treated this kid like they treat the lawn and that's what they did to bin laden they went to his house the middle night and started shooting so what is your what is your thought on what happened here was is just bad police work what what what are your what what are your thoughts my thought is you know the idea that we have had an escalation of police force against the citizenry for a very long time in this country the premise of no knock raid is part of the drug war with the idea that okay if we knock on a raid and there's a drug dealer he's been a flush the drugs down the toilet and then we won't have the evidence fine let's pretend that that's something that needs to be the case you cannot destroy gone within seconds you can't flush them down the toilet there was no claim on any level ever that this kid was in imminent threat and could look at the other side people like Nikolas Cruz who is the shooter in Brower in a in Florida who told the authorities repeatedly that he's going to get a gun and shoot up the school and they said well a regular kid when they that they put in a special way so I think it is we have something called the second amendment and we have something called due process and unreasonable search and seizure these are all principles we're all cold all the time every day are drilled into our heads and the fact that did this and the fact that there's evidence that could clear the police very easily and hasn't yet been released to me is extremely telling because the face that again like I said if I had been when these officers and now my friends are wondering if I killed an innocent young man I would be screaming at my boss released this footage right now I can't have this on my conscience all right now let me tell the audience something that you haven't shared yet that I think makes your ears perk up there is a suggestion that he was part of the three pers the three percenters which I've never heard of apparently this is the bay militia group that is you know rooting for the civil war it's after it's after a yeah and they say that he had an Instagram account he had posted a photograph that depicts two people holding up rifles and included the term boogaloo which I guess militia members use and other extremists to describe the future civil war in the US okay so let me break that down the kids twenty one and what you're referring to is an internet meme it is a joke that switch from people who are very frustrated I'm not seeing what this group of other comparable and there's two ways you can use it what is the real not for like we won an invincible war and the others who are like screw all this it's not working let's bring it on bring the civil war on now now there's no evidence or you can claim that he's meeting with other people that he's training with them he's a very which county in Maryland he's not in the woods somewhere in you know and I'm not trying to help you stay in Wyoming with on a ranch and they have their own electricity this is us Instagram post now and but but I mean they're trying desperately to seems to me to find some rationalization where where the other members of this group how come they're not raiding their homes so you're telling me that if someone had been Instagram post that uses a certain inflammatory term it is appropriate to raid their home at forty it's not like you said tomorrow you know blue stark I got my gun I'm ready if there is a claim that from an Instagram post it is appropriate to come in guns blazing on an American citizen at four thirty in the morning to me does not pass the sniff test so where we headed Michael because I I I see these I think you know tyrant wannabes that are these governors that are doing all kinds of really crazy things now they're upping the game by silencing people's voices like with Facebook you're you've got high unemployment's coming our way real economic instability where where we had it we were here there's nothing to hate his dad so we are ready here and we've been here for quite a while and being in a country where it is the law that if you are not an imminent threat and have a gun in your house instead of going through due process instead of this for the people in the house brother's girlfriend parents instead of saying Hey we're gonna come in here and search and we're gonna do thank you know you come if you knock on the door and pointed a gun at mom's had it during the day and said we have a warrant you're letting us in here should be like police officers and they can execute their search perfectly so did the fact that their preference is to do it this way if something especially conservatives should be very concerned about and I think the only way this change it is when police officers are in a position where they're facing consequences and they're the ones who have to say I'm not doing this this is not at the very least I'm not doing this because I'm not putting myself in harm's way there's no incentive for me to be cracking down a kid's door with who's in bed with his girlfriend who likes me for liking a meme at four thirty in the morning because listen anyone who is four thirty in the morning and people coming with guns blazing you're not gonna be thinking rationally and be like oh this is fine let's just have a tea party your first thought is going to be this is a whole litigation I'm going to get protected here's what else happened there's other article to point out that he had a booby trapped in a house it will be trapped there to keep what was certain door without permission whatever a shot gun would go off and make a lot of noise and while the girlfriend was laying there bleeding she won the officer acted dunk it was dead she wore the officers Hey there's a booby trap I don't want to get hurt and they disarmed all right well why did he have the movie I mean what was the what was behind the door of the booby trap it was just the kind of thing like that you we have a burglar alarm it's the same thing it's not like it used to be on the bear trap it is someone breaks down the store they're going to have a huge explosion earthquake explosion not gonna bomb the like whatever the better I think if you're up at home better he said he's got a he's got a girlfriend who's pregnant with and you know what it's kind of ironic but why do you have a booby trap it's like if the guy was scary home invasion correctly because that ends up killing him okay I guess one way that people coming over nine sh murder hello I don't know I got it I got it Michael I think but but but but some of the newspapers are making this case like what a lunatic it's like but he was right this is what happened you're right right I am I am I am concerned beyond this particular case that we are they were powder keg and and people are just throwing gasoline all over it and I when I see people I mean the states and the governors of the police officers and the people who are you know I have a story and went where was it story about how all of these Chinese drones.

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To clear water it'll take Florida veterans more time to get to their VA appointments because of corona virus the department of Veterans Affairs says it's now screening at all Florida facilities for possible signs of coronavirus and that means patients should arrive early for appointments there's also a temporary no visitor policy ineffective VA nursing homes and spinal cord injury units vets who think they may have symptoms of coronavirus should call the clinical contact center at one eight seven seven seven four one thirty four hundred before going to a VA facility I am Courtin bird state health officials have confirmed three new cases of coronavirus in Florida including the first confirmed case in Miami Dade County after his meeting with cruise line executives in Washington DC Wednesday mayor Carlos Jimenez announced he will declare a state of emergency in Miami Dade County mayor Jimenez told NBC six that will allow officials to do certain things the governor state of emergency doesn't provide these additional powers at a local county state of emergency will give us to be able to react or to anticipate a problem we can react faster the Florida Supreme Court is staying away from a public records case involving confessed parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz attorneys for crews are trying to prevent the disclosure of the names of expert witnesses meeting with Cruz behind bars Cruz faces a possible death sentence if convicted for the parkland school shooting the N. C. A. A. men's and women's basketball tournaments will be held without fans in C. H. E. president mark Emmert cited the ongoing corona virus outbreak in a statement announcing the decision about March madness Wednesday Emmert says only essential staff and limited family attendance will be allowed the.

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Dolphins are flowing freely jumping over to Broward county no major accidents or delays reported on that side your next traffic update at three AM I'm fighting my job is news radio six ten W. I. O. D. it'll take Florida veterans more time to get to their VA appointments because of corona virus that apartment Veterans Affairs says it's now screening at all Florida facilities for possible signs of coronavirus and that means patients should arrive early for appointments there's also a temporary no visitor policy ineffective VA nursing homes and spinal cord injury units vets who think they may have symptoms of coronavirus should call the clinical contact center at one eight seven seven seven four one thirty four hundred before going to a VA facility I am Gordon Burke state health officials have confirmed three new cases of coronavirus in Florida including the first confirmed case in Miami Dade County after his meeting with cruise line executives in Washington DC Wednesday mayor Carlos Jimenez announced he will declare a state of emergency in Miami Dade County mayor Jimenez told NBC six that will allow officials to do certain things the governor state of emergency doesn't provide these additional powers at a local county state of emergency will give us to be able to react or to anticipate a problem we can react faster the Florida Supreme Court is staying away from a public records case involving confessed parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz attorneys for crews are trying to prevent the disclosure of the names of expert witnesses meeting with Cruz behind bars Cruz faces a possible death sentence if convicted for the parkland school shooting the N. C. A. A. men's and women's basketball tournaments will be held without fans in C. A. A. president mark Emmert cited the ongoing corona virus outbreak in a statement announcing the decision about March madness Wednesday Emmert says only essential staff and limited family attendance will be allowed the first and second round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament is scheduled to take place March nineteenth and twenty first at Emily arena in Tampa with Florida's news I'm John Conrad every Friday night at seven o'clock our little Billy Riley Riley as we used to call them back in the sixties when I was singing with Stevie Wonder joins the Glenn Beck program.

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"nikolas cruz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"nikolas cruz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To clear water it'll take Florida veterans more time to get to their VA appointments because of corona virus the department of Veterans Affairs says it's now screening at all Florida facilities for possible signs of coronavirus and that means patients should arrive early for appointments there's also a temporary no visitor policy ineffective VA nursing homes and spinal cord injury units vets who think they may have symptoms of coronavirus should call the clinical contact center at one eight seven seven seven four one thirty four hundred before going to a VA facility I'm Gordon Burke state health officials have confirmed three new cases of coronavirus in Florida including the first confirmed case in Miami Dade County after his meeting with cruise line executives in Washington DC Wednesday mayor Carlos Jimenez announced he will declare a state of emergency in Miami Dade County mayor Jimenez told NBC six that will allow officials to do certain things the governor state of emergency doesn't provide these additional powers at a local county state of emergency will give us to be able to react or to anticipate a problem we can react faster the Florida Supreme Court is staying away from a public records case involving confessed parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz attorneys for crews are trying to prevent the disclosure of the names of expert witnesses meeting with Cruz behind bars Cruz faces a possible death sentence if convicted for the parkland school shooting the N. C. A. A. men's and women's basketball tournaments will be held without fans in CA a president mark Emmert cited the ongoing corona virus outbreak in a statement announcing the decision about March madness Wednesday Emmert says only essential staff and limited family attendance will be allowed the first and second round of the.

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Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz attacked jail deputy and grabbed his stun gun

Business Beware

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz attacked jail deputy and grabbed his stun gun

"List of charges against parkland shooting. Suspect nNcholas crews grew a little bit more. After an alleged attack on a detention officer this week the Broward County sheriff's office that cruise the man accused of killing seventeen people and wounding seventeen others in February attack the jail guard Tuesday evening and managed to grab his gun before being restrained.

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Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz describes "evil" voice in his head

Programming

01:44 min | 4 years ago

Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz describes "evil" voice in his head

"Season, many are blaming climate change. Many are blaming. Poor forest management those fires in northern California have created such, a haze of smoke in the area, that health officials advised. Residents to avoid outdoor activities for the. Entire week a newly released transcripts shows Florida's school. Shooting suspect, nNcholas Cruz told detectives he bought the, gun allegedly used in the parkland attack a year ago because, he was afraid of demons and voices in his head prosecutors released redacted transcript. Of cruises post shooting statement Monday afternoon he made it Shortly after seventeen people died at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school crews said, the voice began years. Ago when his father died and got worse when his mother died last fall cruise said the voice would, tell him to burn kill and destroy a tropical storm watches in effect for Hawaii's big island as hurricane Hector approaches the national weather service says hector's expected to pass roughly one hundred fifty miles south of the, big, island. Wednesday while the category four storm is forecast. To weaken during the next. Forty eight hours hector's expected to. Remain a major hurricane mayor Harry Kim says officials are preparing for whatever nature brings he says neighborhoods that could felt the brunt of the storm have been. Destroyed by an ongoing lava flow scientists say, there's less lava coming out. Of that eruption site in a big island neighborhood though a William gross was sworn in Monday as Boston's first black police Commissioner pledging. To create a more inclusive and, diverse department and prioritize officer. Wellbeing citing it A historic occasion democratic mayor Marty Walsh administered the oath of office to gross in front of us standing room only crowd of about nine,.

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Facing the death penalty, Fla. school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz arraigned

Michael Medved

00:56 sec | 4 years ago

Facing the death penalty, Fla. school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz arraigned

"With us are in news i'm val deore president trump has arrived in missouri to a recent tax cuts into campaign for republican us senate candidate josh holly the president will visit with the boeing the plant in saint louis and hold a roundtable with business leaders and workers also the white house announcing their president trump has chosen larry cudlow to be as top economic aid meanwhile oklahoma officials say they plan to use nitrogen gas to execute inmates wants the state resumes using the death penalty marking the first time a us state would use the gas to carry out capital punishment state attorney general mike connor says oklahoma and other states have not been able to get the drugs required for lethal injections amid opposition from drugmakers in school shooter nncholas cruise in a florida courtroom right now to be arraigned for killing seventeen and his former school one month ago today prosecutors say they would like to seek the death penalty for more details as renews dot com.

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Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz indicted on 34 counts, including premeditated murder

Chicks On The Right

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz indicted on 34 counts, including premeditated murder

"The level on on the go you get no concession from the accused man cloudy and thirty six degrees a few flurries or snow showers tonight i abstained lear here's what's trending at 430 does he feel remorse for the killing of a boon county sheriff's deputy a smiling 21yearold anthony bongartz's no the battle quoting holes as he was being walked was initial court appearance bongartz said he did it because he didn't want to get hit bitten by a dog deputy jacob pick it was a canine officer his dog brick was with him when he was shot the accused florida high school shooter has been charged with seventeen counts of premeditated murder fox's evin brown reports from i am a a grand jury in broward county florida has now indicted nineteen year old nicholas crews of seventeen counts of premeditated murder and seventeen counts of attempted murder in the first degree for his alleged shooting spree three weeks ago at marjorie steinman douglas high school they kounser for every person killed or injured at the school that day prosecutors have it officially said they'll pursue a death penalty but have made it clear that execution would be warranted if cruises found guilty in miami eban brown foxnew california we have a problem is as attorney general jeff sessions as the justice department filed suit against the state cannot be the policy of a great nation threw up in reward those who unlawfully inner it's country with legal status social security welfare food stamps work permits and so forth governor jerry brown fired back seen the state should not be blamed the federal government's inability to do its job still flood damage to be repaired in new albany but city leaders say nothing to significant with new defence measures in place kirk darling report according to the news and tribune the city upgrading its three and a half mile long levy in pumping system in 2014 spending two million dollars in the process with the ohio river reaching just over sixty seven feet last week they passed with flying colors says new albany flood control director chris gardner kirk darling 93 wibc mobile new year lamented ally from traffic and weather it's four thirtythree tony cats you ever certain appro painters certain pro dot com these are your painting specialists and spring is here it's.

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Salon: Did white privilege protect Nikolas Cruz?

The Jim Bohannon Show

02:48 min | 4 years ago

Salon: Did white privilege protect Nikolas Cruz?

"Meanwhile i mentioned that there is a writer for salon who wants to blame white privilege for what happened in parkland florida said terrible seems to me utterly shameful but the the peace in salon says white privilege can be lethal on february fourteen th and parkland florida it was channeled through toxic white masculinity when nicolas crews killed seventeen people at marjorie stone men douglas high school and wounded dozens this massmurder by gun should not have occurred it was almost entirely preventable in an extensive and schilling report cnn details a litany of moments when cruises murderous rampage could totally have been derailed an unidentified woman close to cruise probably a relative called up and the fbi they're tip line to describe a young man with an arsenal of knives and guns who was wind to explode she said she feared him getting into a school and just shooting the place up the woman said crews had mental capacity of a twelve the 14yearold that had been kicked out of school for throwing chairs its students and teachers okay we have every reason that he should have been taken in but by the way if people just had his name and his background wouldn't they have assumed that with his last name he was latino okay he was adopted by the crews family but they didn't know that when they gave the tip the notion that he got a pass the notion that they did not arrest him they did not prosecute him because they thought he was white is ridiculous and please try to imagine even take the black and white out of it use the latino idea what if somebody said latino privilege can be loof lethal it would be ridiculous would be hateful if somebody actually said latino privilege was channeled through toxic latino masculinity or toxic asian masculine eight or toxic blank masculinity isn't this a racist approach to a killing which to the very best of our knowledge at least so far had almost nothing to do with race yeah the killer was white so we're all of his victims was it motivated by his apparent involvement with neonazi groups that's worth finding out about but does that have something to do with white privilege one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six we'll be right back mypillow is now offering fifty percent of their four pillow baggage go.

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