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I Hope That People Go to Jail Over the Hunter Biden Laptop...

The Officer Tatum Show

01:20 min | 1 d ago

I Hope That People Go to Jail Over the Hunter Biden Laptop...

"I hope that people go to jail over the Hunter Biden laptop. Just kind of funny the two tier system because, you know, if somebody on the Trump side had a fraction of what Hunter Biden has had in the documents that have been revealed from a laptop, I mean, they'll be buried. I mean, Donald Trump haven't done half of what Hunter Biden has done. But I don't care if he's a president or not. The fact of it, the fact of the matter is he has relationship with the current president. But your boy Hunter Biden had done way worse stuff. And everybody just acting like it didn't matter. I saw some, I saw some stuff that came from another laptop somewhere. I don't know what it is. I saw it on the Internet, somebody was putting it out there. I mean, this dude is like such a degenerate. He's literally got prostitutes with these women that look like prostitutes. He sniffing cocaine off their naked bodies. And for some of y'all who ain't saved that sound like a good time. But in reality, you are a degenerate person. And your daddy's the president of the United States. It's like, you know, it's like on a smaller level, it's like the embarrassment that your son would bring to you if he's getting suspended from school and you're the president. I mean, you're the principal at the school.

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Why Is It OK for Black People to Simp for the Democrats?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:20 min | 1 d ago

Why Is It OK for Black People to Simp for the Democrats?

"I want to just wrap up what I was saying about the guy Eddie glowed, I think his name maybe, you know, the gentleman was on the show, you know, telling me, you already talked about black people, but see black people get on TV and talk like that. So why is it okay that black people have a profession at getting on TV in line about black people and simping for the Democrat party? But when I get on here and just tell the truth, people some people get upset. There is no way whatsoever on God's green earth. Should a man with a connected brain stem? Get on television and say Black Lives Matter is the most significant modern movement of our lifetime. You're talking about burning buildings, killing people, the cofounders buying mansions in white neighborhoods. They can't even at least steal the money to buy mansions in the hood somewhere. Or build stuff in the hood. Bill real estate and your real estate portfolio in the hood. Oh no, they can't do that. They got to steal the money from the black man and then go buy stuff in the white neighborhood and swear that they only about black lives. Now, I don't care what you buy your house there, but just don't be a hypocrite while you're doing it.

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We Need Support and Love for Police Officers

The Officer Tatum Show

01:01 min | 1 d ago

We Need Support and Love for Police Officers

"I think it's significant that we continue to grow support for law enforcement officers. I was thinking about doing something the other day. I work with this company that they make these patches for hats. And they make custom patches for us all the time and we, you know, we sell out of those things. But I had one idea that I was like, I want to make one for police. Because in the middle of all the hate towards cops, we really need support and love for police officers. And I'll say that, you know, my thought process was that we'll make a design and then proceeds would go to a police foundation. That helps police officers with the PTSD and things that I'm talking about. And if I do that, I'll let you guys know you can check it out on my social media at the office to Tatum. On social media, but I really want to do something to counterbalance this assault against police officers. You know, is this really funny? Because it bothers me that people who have never put on a badge criticize police officers, it bothers me sometimes.

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NYPD Sees Largest Staff Exodus in Decades

The Officer Tatum Show

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

NYPD Sees Largest Staff Exodus in Decades

"There's a mass exodus that it's occurring switch to background. That's occurring in America. Of police officers. Good men and women primarily good men and women. I would argue that most police officers are good men and women who serve, they are exiting, leaving police departments all over the country leaving the citizens in the city un patrolled in many capacities. I just want to talk about the New York police department, some 3700 New York member New York police officers have quit or retired last year alone. This has not been seen in New York since 2002. I'm on 20 years ago. 20 plus, 21 years ago. My math is right. 3700 people, either quit or retire last year.

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Greg Kelly of Newsmax Discusses Dad Ray Kelly's NYPD Legacy

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | Last week

Greg Kelly of Newsmax Discusses Dad Ray Kelly's NYPD Legacy

"Greg Kelly, are the son of the famous celebrated New York police department commissioner ray Kelly, who I've had the privilege of meeting a couple of times. So you have a very interesting background just in terms of being a real New Yorker. Well, that's true. And by the way, I'm glad you pointed out, yeah, you think it's kind of obvious the left is wrong about law enforcement. However, and they've been wrong about law enforcement for a long time, but there was a shift starting in about 2011, 2012, where and it really went into overdrive in 2020. Where the left suddenly started to ignore rioting and pillaging and the death and destruction of riots. I mean, the left media, they always had sympathy for those usually perpetrating the violence all the way back in the 60s, all the way through the 90s that Rodney King riots, but they still condemned the riots themselves. And they didn't really sugarcoat it. And that all changed in 2020. And it was pretty dramatic. So I wanted to address all of this. I wanted to figure out how it happened. And you mentioned my dad, I dedicate the book to him, it was a remarkable he is a remarkable law enforcement figure. And he did so much good when he left his position in 2013. His personal approval rating in New York City, which is almost majority, was used majority non white, was at 75%. Which is kind of crazy. When you think about it. Well, it kind of tells you that no matter what color you are, you don't like crime.

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Officer shot in arm on patrol in the Bronx; teen is arrested

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Officer shot in arm on patrol in the Bronx; teen is arrested

"A New York City police officer is recovering from a gunshot wound early Tuesday morning, while officials say a 16 year old carrying a 32 caliber gun is in custody. NYPD chief of detectives James Essex says, two uniformed officers were in an unmarked car in The Bronx when the shooting happened. That said, no one gang location at hats problems in the past. Police commissioner Keisha picks it up from there. While attempting to engage two males on a corner, one officer was shot in the arm, narrowly missing his vital structures. The officers returned fire, police say there were more shots from others nearby not directed toward the cops, mayor Eric Adams. To meet young people, have too many guns in their hands. He says there must be a pathway to stop that and ensure guns are off the streets. Julie Walker, New York

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NYC machete attack: Man arrested on attempted murder charges

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

NYC machete attack: Man arrested on attempted murder charges

"The 19 year old accused of attacking three police officers with a machete near Times Square on New Year's Eve is expected to be arranged tomorrow. Meanwhile, his mother reached out to police last month to express concerns about him. Police in wells Maine were Trevor bickford is from say they notified the FBI about him, and if the 19 year old was radicalized, he was not overt about it. Officials going through bickford's online posting say they include Islamic extremist views, the FBI says they believe he acted alone and NYPD chief of intelligence Thomas galadi tells WABC TV bickford knew what he was doing and why he was doing it. During the attack he did yell out, I thought, you know, and I believe he thought that this would be. Suicide by cop. Police shot bickford in the shoulder, one officer suffered a skull fracture another a deep cut, Julie Walker, New York.

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We Should Have Had the Idaho Murder Suspect Sooner

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last month

We Should Have Had the Idaho Murder Suspect Sooner

"I am really thrown by this Idaho murder case It's inexplicable how in this era of DNA testing ubiquitous camera footage profiling advanced level profiling which the FBI and other entities now do Networking on computers In other words people who even like stuff on Facebook would become suspects I mean hair and skin analysis and How we don't have someone right now a suspect I'm stunned Listen I was in law enforcement for about a decade that who cares right You get it but I didn't do murder cases We did more financial crimes as when I was a federal agent and when I was a NYPD officer you know the murder stuff typically got me stuff I don't mean to downplay but got turned over to detectives murder investigations But a lot of times these cases detect the techniques you use to catch the bad guy I mean if I just be straight to the point there are really no different The techniques you used to catch a counterfeiter are the same techniques used to catch a drug dealer surveillance DNA testing fingerprints interviews surveillance I mean it's the same tools How is it You know geofencing cell phone triangulation how is it that they don't have a suspect here I only have two explanations at this point One of them doesn't make any sense which would be you know incompetence on behalf of the investigators It just doesn't make sense It doesn't make sense They've got everybody down there for all my problems with the FBI and they are legion When it comes to these types of investigations they're profiling unit in some of their other the expertise their lab is world class

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"nypd" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:37 min | 2 months ago

"nypd" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Welcome, welcome, welcome back. You know, we're kind of like some mixing things up. So we're back to doing our standard intro. So that, as you know, came first. Now what we're going to do is bring our guest of dishonor. I don't have our guests of honor in. I say dishonor because look, will you guys thought you had enough of our NYPD buddies? No, no, no, no. We got some more NYPD stuff tails of the NYPD. Remember when we had those guys on? And Mike, so now we've got now we've got another guy and he's got some stories. He sent us 35 pages of stories. And you didn't tell me this was going to be a test, dude. I felt like I was doing a major case review again. Anyway, this is my brother, by the way. Yeah. You can introduce him or what? Yeah, retired NYPD detective Daniel Murphy. So she heard us talking to Murph today. You have to figure out which one of us is talking. Our accents might just give it away to give you a clue here, so this is what this is a thing of north meeting south today. Well, so Dan, hey, welcome, welcome. Again, and the other thing too is I'm glad we got you one too because we're just talking, even though NYPD is a big department is kind of a small department. You were mentioning that. And even though you didn't know Tommy on the job, you guys connected later like over LinkedIn, like you say. So it's always like, again, at the end of the day, it's a small world. So it is. Hey, tell us, you were telling us about that. So tell us, what we're going to get into this thing of ours here in a minute. But tell us in terms of, how do you get to know people in NYPD? Because you talked about, hey, when you work the streets, you know a lot of patrol officers, but then you work up from there. Yeah. Well, thanks. First of all, great to meet you, Morgan. And Steve Murph always great to see you again. Thank you for inviting me on this. I appreciate the opportunity to be part of your podcast.

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 NYPD officers, bystander save man who fell on subway tracks

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

NYPD officers, bystander save man who fell on subway tracks

"A dramatic rescue on the subway tracks in New York City's east Harlem on Thanksgiving. Two NYPD officers and a good Samaritan raced to save a man who fell on the tracks plucking him out of the way of an oncoming train and it was all caught on an officer's body cam. You hear the commotion in the oncoming train police say the man fell by accident Thanksgiving afternoon he's going to be okay. The officers were on the opposite platform when they saw him. They ran up outside across the street and back down to the other platform to get him. The good Samaritan was already on the tracks. They got the man up, but when one officer tried to climb up his gun belt caught on something and he had to be lifted out just

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NYPD: No known threats to Macy's parade, but tight security

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

NYPD: No known threats to Macy's parade, but tight security

"Police in New York say their planning tight security around the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in the wake of mass shootings in Colorado and Virginia. Police say there is no known credible threat to the event, but they say they'll deploy additional resources to ensure the festivities across the city are safe for all. The parade comes just two days after a manager at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, shot to death 6 people, and then himself, and four days after 5 people were shot to death at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Macy's is promising that the parade will be bigger and better this year than ever before, and the event is starting at 8 45 a.m. this year instead of 9 to accommodate all the balloons, floats, marching bands, and other participants. I'm Donna water

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Lawyer Sentenced to 15 Months for Fireboming NYPD Car

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Lawyer Sentenced to 15 Months for Fireboming NYPD Car

"I think most of you are familiar with the very famous Asian Indian prostitute, Uruguay, actually no, she's not a prostitute. She's a lawyer. I don't know if that's. I don't know if it's a big difference. Uru drama is a public interest lawyer in New York. And if it seems like I'm defaming our well, it's very well deserved. Why? Because this is the woman, the activist who firebombed a police cruiser during the 2020 George Floyd riots. She's one of these so called social justice warriors. And she was arrested and she was facing ten years in prison, which seems appropriate if you try to fire bomb a police vehicle. But the Biden administration decided to start protecting her. And pushing a judge and this is U.S. district judge Brian kogan of the eastern district of New York liberal Democrat to give this woman a very light sentence and in fact he did. So here's what she gets 15 months in prison. Wow. This is outrageous. You got January 6th defendants nonviolent who've done nothing who have comparable or worse sentences in this, not to mention this woman was never in solitary confinement, in fact, left wing activists came forward and put up money for her to be bailed. So she was given the opportunity to have bail. Why? Because she was not deemed to be a danger to society in the way that, let's say, just say some mom or grandmother or some guy in January 6th, there's a danger to society. We got to lock him up right now and keep him locked up until trial. Why? Because he's an election denier. Now, this woman Uruguay drama and her accomplice a guy named Colin Ford Mathis. These are people who they've been getting these glowing media profiles. And now they evidently have this kind of sweetheart deal with the Biden DoJ and with a judge going along. So, I mean, justice is really about proportionality, the it's not just so you get punished, but the punishment should bear some resemblance, some proportion to the offense.

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NYPD arrests 2 in Antisemitic plot

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 2 months ago

NYPD arrests 2 in Antisemitic plot

"To New York men were arrested for threats against the Jewish community after authorities spotted social media posts about attacking a synagogue Christopher Brown from Long Island was arrested at Penn station Friday night mayor Eric Adams says he made online threats to attack a New York City synagogue This was not in idle threat This was a real threat After arresting the suspects law enforcement officers recovered a Glock semi-automatic firearm According to the criminal complaint the 21 year old operates a white supremacist Twitter group and tweeted should I become a husband or shoot up a synagogue and die along with the gun there was an extended 30 round magazine a hunting knife ski mask and Nazi armband in New York City in 2022 22 year old Matthew Mara was arrested with brown the two pled not guilty at arraignment the FBI says there's no information This is a continued threat Julie Walker New York

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Anthony D'Esposito: Kathleen Rice Embraces Criminals, Not Lock Them Up

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Anthony D'Esposito: Kathleen Rice Embraces Criminals, Not Lock Them Up

"Nobody understands better The degrading public safety situation both on Long Island and in New York City better than you I don't know when you were on Anthony I got on in 95 would probably like the same cohort roughly but remember broken windows where we locked up people for like the little stuff like minor assaults and things and you took the bad guys off the street It's the exact opposite now They let everybody out for anything even the serious stuff and crimes running wild Absolutely I mean I remember the days where you'd stop somebody for urinating in public or a bike on the sidewalk and that led to a loaded gun But it's the world is upside down And instead of focusing on what we should be which is taking criminals off the street prosecuting them and keeping them in jail where embracing them or coddling them and we're giving them baseball tickets to return to court It's absolutely ridiculous And listen my opponent knows knows what the issues are You know it's the people in the fourth congressional district of focused on cost of living They're focused on inflation and they're focused on crime And instead of trying to understand that she instead is attacking my career as an NYPD detective she has that liberal rig to daily news writing stories from the on a regular basis The daily news It's a clown pickup Yeah They're now attacking me about lawsuits that I had as an active detective over 600 arrests when I retired And I had I think $80,000 in settlements And they don't realize that sometimes that's just doing real police work And the courts especially in the city often settle with these perpetrators just to get things off their plate But that's what she focused on She wants to focus on things in my career instead of the fact that I've spent my adult life in the public safety world whether it was as a fire chief in the community that I grew up in an island park or as a New York City detective

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Does the FBI Need to Be Dismantled? Joe and Victoria Weigh In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 4 months ago

Does the FBI Need to Be Dismantled? Joe and Victoria Weigh In

"I had a 23 year FBI veteran on the show last week, Steve gray, who is calling out the bureau for their corruption. And he said exactly the same thing that Dan bongino said a week ago, a former 1811 Secret Service law enforcement officer, former NYPD, both said the FBI has to be dismantled, do you concur if so, what happens to its missions? And what do we begin in the lame duck two years of this senile old man in The White House? What can the good guys do on Capitol Hill? They have to deny funding for various categories inside the FBI, and the Republicans have the power to do this. And they have to be strong. They have to resist this. Oh, you're against law enforcement. No, because they will immediately be called pro crime, right? Right. And they have to be able to fund the police. And one of the easiest things they can do is stop the FBI from building a new headquarters. The site selection is now underway. The FBI is seeking advanced funding for site selection. The Republicans should refuse to fund any FBI site selection for a new headquarters until the reforms are put in place. That has to be done. They must not be allowed to build any more facilities, they have to stop funding. But they can't dismantle the whole thing. There are really good agencies the agents who came to our House kept apologizing. We don't want to be here. We're so sorry.

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Steve Gray, Former FBI Agent, Describes His Time With the Bureau

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Steve Gray, Former FBI Agent, Describes His Time With the Bureau

"So you're hunting down terrorists in New York, sorry, you're hunting down spies in New York, North Korea, Chinese, talk about the rest of your time inside the bureau, Steve. Yeah, sure. So the rest of my time was spent basically working in the JTT, which is the joint terrorism task force with the NYPD. We worked basically covert surveillance, which meant that we were basically on the street acting as somebody else, meaning that we never only it was a police officer. We never identified ourselves as FBI agents. We were always identifying ourselves as somebody different. That was able to enable us to keep our cover why basically got as close to these terrorism suspects as we could. From there, I worked criminal division. I worked bank fraud and complex financial scams from there. I went on to work within the operations center, which is basically the heartbeat of the New York office. Along the way, I became a firearms instructor. I was the team leader of the evidence response team, but I think that my time in the operations center working within the operations center was what really opened my eyes to what was going on within the FBI and the fact that this bureau has changed 100%. All right,

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"nypd" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:58 min | 4 months ago

"nypd" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"And this guy, a stroke victim, is running for the United States Senate and the guy can not string together a simple sentence. Send me to Washington D.C. to send so I can work with senator Casey. And I can champion the union way of life. And Jersey, excuse me, in D.C.. I live 8 minutes away from here. And when I leave tonight, I got three miles away. Doctor Oz, in his mansion in New Jersey. It's the most important race for the Senate here for 22. We have to replace not tell me. Senator, tell me was not very nice to me. He had to me is a miracle. What is wrong with demanding for an easy safe kind of their income? A path to a safe place for them to win. Excuse me, to work. All kidding aside. I mean, he had a stroke, Joe Biden has dementia. I'm convinced of it. Kamala Harris sounds no better than either of those people. No, not at all. And she's got no excuse. Dumber than a bag of hammers. And by the way, he's not running against pat toomey. Right. He's running against Doctor Oz. He doesn't even know who he's running against. Right. And that is the star of the Democratic Party. Yeah. And again, this is just yet another example of someone who should not be a politician at this point, and they just keep forcing these folks, right? You look at Kamala Harris. She couldn't get out of a primary. And we wonder why she's a terrible vice president? No kidding. Joe Biden couldn't get out of his basement to campaign. We're surprised he's downing the country right now, not shocking. This guy is going to be the next example that if he wins. And you keep going down the line, right? Rashida Tlaib, did you see that video with her last week? You should have played that. That was epic. I just threw it in my mouth. That was epic, right? But these are the types of people that they're pushing. They're all terrible. And here's the thing. The Democrats will do anything. Anything to not talk about the economy, gas prices. Right. Defund the police. Now, there are basically convinced that if they talk about abortion. Okay, that will get people to not realize that they've lost thousands of dollars in their families personal income because of inflation and the polling shows that, you know what? That's going to be the kiss of death for Democrats in the midterms. If they try to talk about things like abortion because you know what the American people care about is Chris Christie, would tell us right now they care about the economy and not abortion. 84% of the voters say the economy is their top issue. Only 62% say abortion. And when you go deeper into the poll and look at some of the cross tabs on this, what our poll is showing is that the pro life people are more motivated by the abortion issue to vote in these midterms. Which is why I think Republicans are going to have a massive red wave. Who would have thunk it? People's money in the economy is one of the most important issues.

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"nypd" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"nypd" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"Terrible politicians want to stay in power, whether it's an Albany or Washington D.C. in the Democrats are catching on. They must see polling that says, we're getting slaughtered on the issue of crime and safety. They must because Democrats in D.C. in Congress are just furiously trying to rush through and cram through all of these bills that so called fund the police and so called favor law enforcement and Florida representative Matt Gaetz just call them out on it basically saying it's election year pandering and all you're doing is trying to federalize and handcuff police. They don't want to fund the police. They want to addict the police to the federal dollar. And that comes with a more efficient way to ensure centralized decision making, not the localized decision making that are constitution promises and that it has offered great promise to this country for generations. So do not buy this theory that this legislation is intended to help law enforcement. The best thing we could do for law enforcement is get out of their way, have their back and call out the politicians like those in Congress who keep trying to defund the police and devalue the commitment they make to our communities. We got to meet him in Florida at that event stuff on. And he was great. And he always sounds great. He's right on point with this stuff, because you know what? It is funny, I was going to say before that clip. Isn't it funny how now the messaging of the left is like this at times depending on who you're talking to. It's like this America first agenda. And it's like, oh, no shit. People actually want that. No kidding. You guys are finally catching up to it. All right, you won safe streets. My God, I can't believe it. But this is how just shallow. And frauds and hypocrites that the woke left is, is that they, for the most part, they have no moral compass. They have no philosophy, core belief core values. It's all based on political polling and staying in power. So they must be seeing polling that says, we're getting our teeth kicked in on crime and law enforcement. So, okay, what are you rush out some kind of Bill that shows, oh, we fund the police. We fund law enforcement. Where two years ago, you didn't hear that at all from these woke radicals, like AOC and the squad, they were very open about defunding the police.

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"nypd" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:46 min | 4 months ago

"nypd" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"Can you be comfortable as a police officer when you're a panicked all the time? I mean, you can't, and they have all these laws against police. You look at New York. Look at Chicago, LA, San Francisco, Seattle, all these places. They have law after law after guideline at the guideline against the cops. Meanwhile, I haven't seen a single law or guideline that's been against the criminals. That's why I keep saying, whose side are you on? Are you on the criminal side? Because criminals are going to do what criminals do. They're going to carry guns. They're going to rob people. They're going to kill people. They're going to steal. They're going to commit assaults and rape things like that. That's what makes them criminals. They already know their job description. But the law isn't out there, who they're trying to take their guns away. They're trying to take their personal freedom away. They're trying to take their medical autonomy away. They're doing all these things against cops against law abiding citizens. Whose side are you on? And that's why I tell people you have to vote better. These politicians they don't hide what they're going to do. Kathy hochul, she's not hiding what she's going to do, de Blasio as much as I despise what he's done to the city. He never hid who he was. And people voted for him and he brought him twice. So people have to vote better. They have to get more educated on who they're voting for. You can't just be because they have a D or an R in front of them. Be educated for who you're voting for and that's the direction that you will be pointing your city in. So I've got a question too because I do think it relates to the southern border and the openness of the border and it literally impacting Manhattan, New York City. I have a question about basically the free flow of fentanyl across the southern border, where it's drugs are just running rampant in all of our communities. Doesn't that have a major negative impact too when it comes to crime in Manhattan where a lot of those even so called petty crimes, robbery, things of that nature. Does it all go back to, okay, I need to rob this for that drug. I mean, isn't that a big component of it as well? Well, yeah, everybody, we all saw it during the crack era of the 92 crack era where people were robbing other people said they could get their crack fix. And for this fentanyl fix, they're doing the exact same thing. You're seeing the same patterns over and over again.

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"nypd" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:22 min | 4 months ago

"nypd" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"You have to take responsibility for yourself and for your own actions for the info actions of your community. And that's where I wanted to go to this second part of my question, Stefan Zeke, where we talked about, okay, defend the police had a horrible impact. A numerous levels when it comes to law enforcement and you during your job. I'm curious, especially when it comes to New York State and no bail laws where you had a democratic majority for the most part eliminate veil for even some very serious offenses. How hard is it for you? And all police officers to keep families safe because for the most part there is no bail in New York State. Well, like I said earlier, the criminals know they're going to get out within a couple of hours. It used to be, they would be held for a while and they had to go see the judge and it will hold up the process or if you arrest them on a Friday night, they're not getting out until maybe on Monday morning or something like that. And then you understood and actually stopped a lot of people from committing certain crimes because they knew they wouldn't see a judge till a day or two later. So that was always in the back of the head.

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"nypd" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:43 min | 4 months ago

"nypd" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"Into murder Apple all over again. Crime goes up. Murder goes up and your neighborhoods are less safe when you deep on the police. Around all righty, welcome back, Mike and mihai Lu bit of a sad day stuff on today. Tough bills lost this week. Tough start to the week, I should say. And they're just injured and it's just makes me sad. I think they're going to win the Super Bowl though. Yeah. The best part of the game though was the offensive coordinator after the game. Josh trashing his notes, the tablet, everything after the bills lost. I love that. I do too. And I love Josh being upset too. He was angry yesterday. And you got to give it to the bills. I mean, they were down to their third and fourth string guys in certain positions. And they really should have won the game. There were 5 plays that they could have made that could have won that game and here we are. I'm convinced more than ever the bills are going to win the Super Bowl based on their performance. I mean, they're practice squad, basically lost to Miami in the 100° heat. And I think it's great things on the horizon for the Buffalo Bills. God's a bills fan. I don't know if you knew that. I hope he is. Bills fan. Yes. And I will be looting with everyone else in downtown buffalo when they win the Super Bowl this year. It'll be like the summer of love and buffalo. Hey, hey Fanta can protest and burn and attack cops and all during the height of the COVID crisis. Why can't we win the bills when the Super Bowl? Somebody's gonna cut that clip and get you in trouble for that one. Again. So we do have a special guest coming up in a little bit. We are going to start with some clips though until our special guest is ready. Again, Stephanie, I feel like I say this every week, but it's just like one thing after another and one stupid comment or stupid clip after another with the all loving left. Especially with Hillary Clinton, you lost the election. I have lost elections. You move on. You take your loss like a man or a woman or a woman and I'm not sure which is Hillary's case. But either way, you take your loss, you shake hands like gentlemen or gentlewoman, and you just move on. She can not get over losing the Donald Trump. No, and she's never going to be over that. And this is why Stefan, I think she will run again. Do you think she thinks she will? Do you think Hillary Clinton is going to run for president in 2024? I think there's two reasons why. I think number one, the left has no one at this point. You saw Gavin Newsom this weekend. That guy's a mess. Pete Buttigieg is a mess. Joe Biden can't stop talking about 12 year old girls. It's getting a little weird. He doesn't know what his name is.

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"nypd" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"nypd" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"What's your plan? X, Y, Z okay, sounds good. You know what? Did you ever think of doing a B and C instead of XYZ? No, I hadn't thought of that chief. Thank you. All right, well, you got 28 days. Make sure you come back next time. You come back. This problem has been eradicated. And then there was the philosophy, right? There's four steps in this. Accurate and timely intelligence, rapid deployment, effective tactics and relentless follow-up. You can eradicate this crime problem and then just walk away from it and then two weeks later, reemerges again. Like you have to say like we got rid of it and we're holding the lid on it and it's never coming back. And so I think they went from insane and violent wicked meetings to it really got fair. It was tense and it was hard, but it was fair and then they eventually got to the point where we commanders who did not know what they were really doing, who had an elevated too fast, started playing a game of gotcha. And I got a perfect example of that. The stop question impossibly frisked and I used the word possibly because not every stopping question ends up with a frisk. Okay? But to stop and question that the NYPD took a beating for. And at the Blasio paid out, sums of money and violations and he changed policies and Kelly and Bloomberg said, no, we're not deviating. Stop question and frisk works, right? Stop question possibly for squirt. You have two 50s is the report that you fill out. So NYPD jargon and vernacular is two 50. But it's a Terry stop. Terry V Ohio, right? Those are allowed to happen. They're constitutionally protected. And you're allowed to do that. And I think the all police have a terrible PR arm, right? They never had good PR coming out of the police. And the stop question frisk, and so why do you stop and question and possibly frisk so many people. I'll tell you why. Because if you are engaging with the kids and they're mostly kids, young adults who are banging really hard out there and they are driving the quality of life and they are driving the violence in this community. If you engage with them, if you pretext them with their loitering on the corner, motor vehicle violations, and all these kinds of things, they actually allow you to give you the legal authority to engage and find out what's going on. And you can inquire and you can decide to say, all right, everything's fine. Let me explain why I stopped you. You're a good kid, go on your way. Or, yeah, I did see you urinating. I'm gonna write you a urinating summons in the street. Or I stop you for urinating, I run you, you get a warrant and the next thing I know, I just got a really bad guy off the street, right? All of this is good solid sound police work. Now, that being said, the to prove my point that it eventually evolved to a game of gotcha is they didn't look at the numbers for what they were actually doing, they just counted the numbers. And so commanders were telling cops. I want to 50s. I want two 50s. I want two 50s. I want you to stop, guys.

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The Reality of Race-Based Criminal Reform in New York

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 4 months ago

The Reality of Race-Based Criminal Reform in New York

"Final day in New York for a while. I was here on business and just here for a couple of days. What I witnessed yesterday was so wild. I watched a guy over on 48th street, 49th street, go up and down a row of garbage cans in front of a residential block and just empty out all the all the trash cans in a rage, screaming at the sky, and you know, you got to have compassion, but the damage this guy did, somebody's got to clean all that up. People were just watching him. Warily, New Yorkers are so beaten down, I was at a target, I was hearing there were two police officers, two NYPD officers in there talking to the manager about the same two guys that come in every day and just rob the place blind. The guy with the hatchet, the axe wielding maniac at the McDonald's. He's given interviews. He says, I'm not unhinged. The guy who flew into the axe wielding rampage at a lower east side McDonald's who did not did not go to jail because of the no cash bail rules that progressives here in New York have instituted. Alvin Bragg, Kim Fox, good on the list of all these lunatic prosecutors and district attorneys who don't want to incarcerate black men who commit crimes like this. That's what it's about incidentally. It's all about race. They'll tell you it's race because this is criminal justice reform to right the wrongs that have been done against black people in the past.

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FOX News: US Murder Rate Highest in 25 Years as Big Cities Shatter Records

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 5 months ago

FOX News: US Murder Rate Highest in 25 Years as Big Cities Shatter Records

"The murder rate in the United States last year is estimated to be nearly as high as it was in 25 25 years ago according to Fox News One more than 19,600 people were killed nationwide The murder rate was estimated to be 6.9 murders per 100,000 people in 2021 It's the closest the nation has come to the high crime scourge of the early 90s The FBI estimated that 19,000 645 people were murdered in 1996 In 2021 Chicago New York LA and Minneapolis to name a few reporting upticks and murders Former NYPD commissioner Howard safer attributed the high murders last year to several factors including cancel culture woke mentality That assumes police are racist and brutal Soft on crime policies and lack of support for police Safer was at the helm of the NYPD from 96 to 2000 and said he reduced New York City crime by 38% He noted the majority of crimes in America linked to drugs and guns Chicago reported the 2021 was a deadliest here and a quarter century 797 murders Minneapolis 96 murders and God knows this year it's even going to break the record from last year Look at Philadelphia

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Prison chaplain who sexually manipulated inmates is sentenced to 7 years in prison

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Prison chaplain who sexually manipulated inmates is sentenced to 7 years in prison

"Gracia reporting a former NYPD officer gets ten years in prison for his role in the January 6th attack A retired New York City police officer has received the longest sentence so far among roughly 250 people who have been punished for their conduct during the capitol riot on January 6th 2021 Thomas Webster was sentenced Thursday to ten years in prison plus three years of supervised release for conduct that included using a metal flagpole to assault one of the police officers who was trying to hold off the mob of Donald Trump's supporters The 56 year old Webster was the first capital riot defendant to be tried on an assault charge and the first to present a self defense argument also Thursday 33 year old Julian cater pleaded guilty to using pepper spray on police officers including officer Brian sicknick who died after suffering a stroke the day after the riot Cater could face up to 20 years in prison Mike Gracia Washington

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"nypd" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Very, very serious. And I have to say the next police commissioner has her work cut out for her. And that's my hope. I will just say that you are absolutely right. The management of the NYPD has been systemic. It's been intentional over the years. It's looked basically the same for decades. In too many ways to express it's there has to be a substantial change made in the culture of the NYPD. And that is a culture that has so much strong so many strong roots. You know, decades and decades of a lot of strength, a lot of impression in the department. It is my hope that incoming officers coming into the ranks will have a new perspective and again it's going to have to start with the top down. And that's why I say the new commissioner really has her work cut out for her. It's going to take a lot of courage to make that impact on the NYPD. Because it is so ingrained it is so systemic. I happen to believe in the democratic nominee for mayor. I believe in his background. I may not necessarily agree with all of the plans that he has with regard to NYPD. But we do agree on more than we disagree on. And it is my hope that he has lived that life that that top down leadership will be the most effective change that the city has seen in a very long time. And as you get at alluding to she is police commissioner, Eric Adams at least has promised to name the first woman NYPD commissioner. So if he's victorious in this election, that will be a promise he's expected to fulfill and of course, be very interesting to see if it is Eric Adams the next mayor at a former NYPD officer, former captain is the mayor. How he has promised to run the police department as you're saying will be one of the most important things to keep tabs on. This other hearing about the responsibilities of the NYPD coming out of that,.

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"nypd" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"So as you mentioned, there's been a lot of shake up in the special victims division of the NYPD over the last few years. The things you're saying the things we heard at this hearing, we've heard that we've heard it prior hearings. We've heard testimony at different times. Do you have any confidence that things are now on a better track? Are there promises that have been made that really need to be followed up on? What, you know, I mean, we're about to get a new mayor and a new police commissioner very likely, all but certain. Where do things stand now coming out of this hearing with these terrible testimony and a lot of excuses and promises? Yeah. What I hope that we have is that we have a promise from the leadership in SVD that follow up will be had between SVT leadership and these survivors and we have now taken names and numbers. We will hold them accountable. And we will follow up between our committee and our partnering committee. We will follow up with these survivors and with the SVD to ensure that there needs have been met that the appropriate phone calls. I mean, we're talking about evidence and that survivors had that evidence that is lost now that they actually led their their leaders under SVD to handle for them. They led them to evidence. A lot of them spent their own money. And I mentioned in the hearing that a lot of them became their own detectives. That's preposterous to me. These survivors became their own detectives because they're detectives through them away. And thought of them as lesser than, and their cases really didn't matter. At one point, one survivor was even told, look, don't call here anymore. We closed your case. So, you know, it was the more I think about it, you know, the more appalling it all becomes. And this is a culture. I mean, this seems to be a cultural problem not a one or two off and do you have some sense that the culture is being addressed by new leadership that the shakeup that was announced a while back now has taken some root, you know, does it seem like there's been some culture shift? I'm going to give Michael king, who is the head of SVD? I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt at this point because truthfully, he expressed to us that he hadn't been in the role that long. I believe it was August when he started in the role, but he also touted his many credentials for becoming who he is right now. And that was my challenge to him. You have touted your credentials, you know, to these committees and to these panels, yet we really haven't seen the needle move the way that we would want to see it move even in the smallest areas. So I am still going to give mister king the benefit of the doubt. I know that after hearing the testimony of the victims that he was moved as was the world that was watching back hearing, so he ensures us that there will be changes made as far as administrative changes, hopefully any other kinds of changes, a personnel changes that need to happen, that will happen also. But it's very, very important..

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"nypd" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"NYPD Detective Scott Strauss, a third Port authority cop, Dominick Pezzulo, survived. The first tower collapse only did Die in the collapse of the second will picks up the story. At that point, I just remember Dominic kind of crouching up standing up and everything was shaking. Things are coming down really hard. Um, so I've always done this with my family. I say I love you. That's sign language. Try. I love them. All I could do was because I figured at that point we're dead was take both my hands covering over my chest. I love you because I figured if I died, and they found me in a family like this They would be able to tell my wife. We found him on that she would know what I meant in my mind. That's that's that's what my thinking was. And I covered myself and I just brace and I looked over and I could see Dominic just something, hit him and sat him down like a rag doll. He was yelling. Now this point sergeant blocking his young because now he's actually being crushed. He's crushed so much. Actually, His weapon is being pushed into his body leather and I could hear him yelling, Dominic yelling, I'm yelling! And again, everything happens to seem like it was lasting forever and then just stopped. The second building had fallen on us. But we didn't know was where the epicenter we actually had both hours, actually landmarks. And it's a miracle that we were still about two of us were still alive because at that point I looked over. And unfortunately, Dominic was coughing up a lot of blood. And you know we were. We were just all gray. See this kind of red stuff coming out of them. And he said, William dying, and I said, Dominant Hold on. I just That's all I could say was hold on. I wasn't even thinking about my pain. I could hear Sergeant blocking yelling really loud. And Dominic. Sir William, I'm dying and, you know, don't ever forget I died trying to save you guys, said Dominic. I would never let anybody forget this. And I just kept telling. Please hold on. Please hold on and in the middle Of him literally losing his life and his life is needing him. He says. The sergeant McGlaughlin, Sarge, can I get a 28, which is a break and report authority officers. And Sergeant Malaga stopped. As young said, Yeah, you can have a three. I don't know what was going through his mind that he actually said, Can I get a break In his last moments? He pulled out his weapon, and he pointed up into that hole that I told you about the lights coming in. It was still coming in. And he fired one round in the last ditch effort to let people know we were down there. His team was down there and I remember after five the weapon just slumped over and he was gone. And that was that was very difficult started, really our fight for our lives. You know, I kept yelling P a p d officers down and I'm yelling. I'm yelling at the top of my lungs, but nothing because we were literally near the globe. We were in the epicenter, So we were just alone. You know there was nobody around us. Nobody could hear us. Nobody was coming in at that point. This is too dangerous but fight for our lives happened and I said charge. You know what's going to happen to us and a little bit time passing yelling? He said. No, he said. Basically, what's happening to us is we're being crushed. We're gonna we're so from from Compartment syndrome. If they don't get to us by the morning. We're probably going to die and it was hard to hear that, but the same time I really appreciate it because he's being straightforward with me. So we knew what the situation was. And at that point I was at a point where I just wanted to back And I said a prayer to Donna. I'm Catholic. I don't preach religion, you know, But I told God I said, God. Thank you for 33. Great years. Thank you from my beautiful wife, Allison. Thank you for four great years with my little girl, Bianca. Um, my parents were bringing me this great country. And I said thank you for allowing me to be an American cop and doing the right thing today, and if I die, which I know is going to I'm okay with it, but I'm going to ask you for two things done. One is to somehow some way. Let me see my little girl be born. That's all I wanted, you know and beat. Let my mother and my mother will be there for her at her birth because I knew that Alison just wasn't gonna happen. And the second thing and you can laugh at it. I said that when I get to heaven because I felt everybody I think was going to heaven because his powers affect innocent human beings. Whether your first responder for civilian we were all going to go ahead was just give me a glass of water. I was so thirsty. We would cape and concrete. That's the one thing that was Eating me up the thirst. And I closed my eyes and I was going to die. I was going to give up and at that point you can call it a vision. A dream. Whatever you want to call it as I close my eyes to literally give up. Had a vision and a person walking towards me with going white robe. No face brown hair. Over his left shoulder was upon in the back of beautiful trees just very tranquil over his right shoulder was endless sea of tall grass and I knew who it was in my heart. To me. It was Jesus. And this is walking towards me. What's he got in his hand? A bottle of water. I don't know if it was, you know, Poland spring or what it was, but I snapped out of that vision that dream whatever you wanna call it hallucination..

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"nypd" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"Listener supported w nyc studios with us now former new york city police. Commissioner bill bratton. Who from what i read is still influential in new york. City law enforcement policy as an advisor to eric adams. Commissioner bratton has a new book called the profession a memoir of community race and the ark of policing in america. Now for those of you don't know some of the history bill. Bratton was first hired by mayor. David dinkins to be the transit police commissioner when that was a separate force in nineteen ninety the reduction in crime there on his watch. Lead mayor rudy giuliani to hire him as nypd commissioner in nineteen ninety four when he took office and mayor. Bill de blasios brought him back again as his first police. Commissioner during the blasios. I turn beginning in twenty fourteen. Not many people can say they were rudy giuliani and built a blasios first choice to do anything and the new york times did report the other day that bratton is now advising democratic nominee for mayor. Eric adams who was actually on the transit police back during britain's first stint in new york under mayor dinkins. The book is both a memoir of brattin's various stints on the job in new york and elsewhere and a discussion of the difficult criminal justice issues facing the country today. commissioner bratton. Thanks for coming on. Welcome back to wnyc. It's great to be with you and your audience this morning thank you. Let's talk about what has become your signature. Approach approach to policing known as the broken windows theory Which you write about at length in the book for people who have only heard the term used on the news and maybe loosely or inaccurately what is broken windows policing according to you who implemented it well first off Brian it is one of the strategies that i employ. It is not a singular strategy. I also employed position policing cop stat back in nineteen ninety. Four sir robert peel in eighteen twenty nine articulated at best when he defied that the mission of the police is to prevent crime and disorder seventies and eighties. We focused almost entirely on just dealing with crime and not disorder. We see that. God us by nineteen ninety. New york place was a mess in terms of the quality of life. Wilkin windows issues on the street. So i am a strong advocate of it. But i'm also a strong advocate of physician policing in the to being used together. It's like doctor dealing with a patient. He just doesn't deal with this most significant issue or illness life threatening also all the other illnesses that might impact on the treatment. That serious illness. So if your audience broken windows or quality of life Issues if.

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"nypd" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

The United States of Anxiety

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

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"nypd" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

The United States of Anxiety

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

"In those communities. Didn't poverty do you look at with corona virus hit. Where was the epicenter in. Southeast queens and other areas was every a bit the precondition that we suffer from is poverty lack of like the video. Take the heard me screaming so vehicle. Or i should say not but They are policing our community. Who don't work together with us right In chris cole of trauma in our areas the crack. Because let me ask. You can still speak because in that tape. You say we shouldn't be calling three one one nine one while we gotta handle this ourselves. So what does that mean. What is the role of police in the model that you just laid out. Where does the police finn in it or not. I don't know that. I don't know the content of that compensate. That is a piece of me speaking. I don't know what the conversation was on what i can say. Right not clip. 'cause i don't know what the clip was attached to write that the people in community have to work to resolve incidents amongst community. We have to because it is us that live with us it is. Our children is in our house. Household is men and women of community that trained to be interrupters retrained to be credible conditions incredible credible messengers in the community to help work with these. Young people are in trauma right. We cannot separate what is happening. I we can't act like just some people shooting. No reasonable shooting incidents happened in areas where there is no resources like. I heard some of the people say on your video. I was going to say that the speech we played there. That was a juneteenth celebration and rally last year. That's the cut. That was the context of that too. So folks know. And you know. And i i want to ask you erica. Because i started to show talking about justin wallace the ten year old boy who was killed by a stray bullet in far rockaway last weekend. Which wasn't the first stray bullet incident. Lately what's your sense of just where the community is at around that event. I mean it just feels like it's been such a big deal in in so many of our consciousness. I think the incidents of the stray bullets were you talked about. You said it was over the driveway. Right so i would take that situation right. New have a lot of people in rage right. People were locked anger houses or a year. People lost their jobs. People lost their loved ones. People couldn't greed with family members who they lost people. Couldn't connect to the people who lost people were living large families in smuggling environments and couldn't get to it. You know to access to just breathe. They didn't have a living in housing developments. When you're living in these clothes captured areas. You don't have big backyards. You don't have access to the park's 'cause the rims were taking down couldn't go outside can congregate here. It's so people could not release the inside on video games. The dopamine is building up the Everything is building up and there's nowhere to the lease and so we have to put things in contextual reality when you look at the lack of resources in community then you get situations bit uncontrollable in march of last year. We went to The mayor end the city and said these are the things that we need to do. We need to double triple because if you talked about in the beginning of your show also that the summer was coming with more cracks in the summers communist the most dangerous time right and on since you know. It's the most dangerous time when you know these situations are happening when you know. People are confined to release in. So how do you then prepare for peace right how you invest in not police but invest in peace. Right is what made you have to give access to healing tools. You have to give access to space to allow people to have the freedom to grieve lit janie and york ville manhattan jim walker the show. Hi thank you for having me. I just wanna say that. There's a direct through line here in our city. From george floyd to january six because there is a discernible notice of the police here standing down meaning when they heard on january six and prior to that stand back stand down. That was a message to them to back up. Don't go on as many calls. Don't just sort of hold off on your job. There has been a major notice of that when that guy opened fire in times square. Their office is in times square on forty third street. And they're supposed to be on forty sixth street the swat teams in their cars. There's no reason that that shouldn't have gotten handled right away. Let me put that to you. Erica decide we constantly struggle with this. The idea that you know if you criticizing way pd pullback and if you don't Than they do too much you. But i hear you talking about a model that is about neither nor that isn't about whether or not nypd. What they are doing one way or the other can. How do you think about that. I think that we have to co produce public safety. I think the police exists in our community right now and right now. They need to do their job in a manner bit is of empathy and compassion to our community that when they show up in bayside when they show up in the upper west side when they show up in howard beach is not the same way they show up in our community so what we are saying is that they need to do their job. The other thing that we're saying is that they have too much money in policing everything can't be done with a hammer. Can't fix all problems with criminal lacking people up and and Can arrest your way out of it. You can't criminalize your way out of it right. And so therefore you have to invest in community based resolutions to invest in the people being able to deal with issues in the community when the fourteen year boy got shot and killed on the basketball court in bazeley projects. Police was standing right there on the basketball court in there was a police tower on the corner. What was not there was a community center where he could have been playing inside. It was closed. Pal where he could have been playing basketball inside. It was closed. And so if we invest in our community and giving people the proper resources equity in our community and equity in policing.

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"nypd" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

The United States of Anxiety

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

"Is not acceptable to be racist. So cause for what about dickens's plans for the civilian complaint review board did. Did he ever get the reforms he want. You know for the most part. Yes soon after that riot. Dinkins and the city council created an all civilians. Crv it's essentially the that we have today and in many ways police behavior. That day spark even more impetus among lawmakers to get that done but to be sure. Critics still say the agency has its flaws. Me for example. The police commissioner still has final. Say over whether officers are disciplined and in serious cases. They really rarely are so. That's as far as dinkins was able to push this reform ball but christopher what lessons do we draw from all of this from his experience with the police union but also just in trying to reform nypd. In general you know like i said earlier. The police union still wields allowed of power political power in your and that's true in many other cities. i mean take. Mayor de blasio promised big reforms as a candidate but he backed down when hundreds of police officers turned their backs on him at a police funeral in two thousand and fourteen literally turned their backs on. Yeah and that visible show of force was organized by the pba. The police benevolent association in the unions openly declared war on blasio. But at the same time you know this greater scrutiny that we've seen on police in recent years has also come with a greater scrutiny on the role that the unions play in opposing police reform. They only have the power that was given to him by legislators by the elected officials. That's it you know. Each of the serious mayoral candidates. This year are promising. Some degree of police reform some more than others and mark claxton says that what the union will do challenge. That new mayor's authority like did dinkins like it did to the blasio and that whether they succeed depends on whether they're willing to stand up to the union politicians are still afraid of the pba. They still think that the pb have more actual voting power. Would they do christopher. Thank you for sharing all of this reporting with us. Thank you coming up. We resume the conversation. We've been having about how we want our next mayor to both manage public safety and in police brutality and corruption visit queens neighborhood. That has seen a lot of gun violence lately. And we'll take your calls new yorkers. Do you feel safe right now. Why or why not and how big a deal is public safety for you. As a voter six four six four three five seven tweet zero. That's six four six four three five seven to eight zero. And this is the united.

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"nypd" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"nypd" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Sort of linked in you know speaking of that bill piece. He's on linked. Dan and i sent him a message. I was trying to get him to call me and beyond the show but he wouldn't do it. I told him about my friend who they were pretty tight for a while. They worked in baker the baker the prison bakery together but he seemed to know who i was talking about but he never would get back with me so i gave up on him. Offered a really well. You never heard staff ask you ever know all right tony. Thanks very much bye by. Oh folks thank you for listening and all your nice comments on the apple. Podcast reviews plus your nice comments on my youtube channel. Where i often put up the least zoom interviews so you can see what my guest looked like in real life also on our facebook group. Gang-land wire podcast. I see a lot of really good compliments on that. I've got some great people that helped put up really good content. So if you want more mob information than you can shake a stick at go to gang-land wire facebook page or actually it's a group. Remember that if you support. The podcast was him donations. You'll get an invite to my lives. Zoom call where we'll share stories answer questions and in general have a good time. Don't forget to buy me a cup of coffee. Or shot. And a beer on vin mo on your ben mo- app or you can go to gangland wire. My website ganglion lenoir dot com and donate but donate page and each podcasts. That i put up has a pretty lengthy written blog piece about what the subject is. And they're at the bottom of that page. There is a way to donate. I have some fixed costs and bless. I'm raising some money for my next documentary. Which is about the casey mob and the election fraud of nineteen forty-six. I've already had to hire a film guide. Do couple my interviews. And i have one more interview film. Plus i have an artist that i paid a dim illustrations for my movie. If you remember from brothers against brothers are gang-land wire you some illustrations in those and by the way you can rent those on amazon for only a dollar ninety nine to ninety nine if you want the hd version and finally. I have my book leaving vegas the true story of how. Fbi worked apps ended. Admob domination of las vegas casinos now that titles a mouthful but in that book. You're going to find copies of a lot of the transcripts of the actual wiretaps and if you get the kindle version. I took those audio's that i got out of the court files and link them to the book in the proper places have an explanation. And then the actual audio wiretap. Which i think is kind of unusual. So you can go to amazon and get that book and get it in the kindle version. Gangland wire supports the veterans administration and their programs that help veterans with. Ptsd you can call our at one. Eight hundred eight seven three eight two five five and push one or go to their website. Www dot p. t. s. d. dot v. A. dot gov. I hate saying that. Www i left it out when i said something about gang man. Are you guys all know. I can leave that out haiti. How thanks for listening and listen up. Next week i'd rather put out one a week. Using provided by our good friend and superfan. From portland oregon. Casey mcbride thanks casey..

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"nypd" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"nypd" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Gary jean average out there back here in the studio of gang-land wire getting into the springtime. Now you probably noticed as warm up a little bit after long cold winter. I don't know if you've got your covert vaccine yet. I don't know if i will have had it but then this comes out. I blow but older so i'll get it quicker than some of you younger guys. I hope but right now. I'm actually recording this. It's got a nightmare out there. Nobody knows who's gonna get wet and mess. But anyhow we keep putting out these podcasts and that something i can do here in the studio and be zoom. I have anthony solano on zoom call. So you'll be able to see it on youtube also if you'd rather if you wanna go see what he looks like and twenty two years with the nypd in a variety of different post like all of us. Did you gotta spend some time in uniform. You gotta spend a time. Some time was maybe a detective in a different unit. He spent a lot of time with working organized. Crime in new york city. So we're going to talk to him about his experiences. He also has written a couple of novels a crime novels since he's left the pd. So welcome county and thank you filing. It's good to have you let let's start talking about in a little bit about your overview of your career with the nypd. Okay to the police department actually occurred i was on a bus going to college is only about a twenty minute ride from the time you know. Twenty is all line years old. I didn't really know what i wanted to be until i show these two policemen come on On the bus and they happen to sit directly across from where i was sitting on the bus were on their way to go up because his the hand and three things stroke me about that is. The first thing was a on the bus with not having them. Hey i thought that was the second thing was they had these guns and i thought that was pretty impressive. Third thing that struck me was they were happy and the the cops were happy time which other ended up thinking that maybe that would be something. I could do the police tests. And i got appointed w later i can finally went on at least one in uniform. After a year. Until i i ended up as an anti-crime cop basically they will claim. Plain-clothes detail we would jump at. It actually gives make arrests stuff like that. So crimes being committed in progress them wanted to the organized crime. Control bureau a section Exhibition and i spent some time in. And i wanted to journalist. Repairs force was made up of the agency state troopers and the a day i went to the fifth. Detective squad in little inlet in manhattan Wise guys the reagan is. Social club was down at neil. Del approaches club. And i spent two years aaron from atlanta the angel of his own reads county. Which was the residence. Borough many makati including the guys like john gotti and i spent four years. I exist got an expertise on ice. I was liaison for the a with willie outs at agencies consigning womanized crime cases. So we will try to make cases last balance out there the allies guys and believe it or not lot of intelligence. I got came from the houses because when these folks were on trial. I'm sitting in every day at the trial and i watch and see how they interacted. She who the voices would just by the way they handle each other. And you on the san into these guys. And i didn't affoil is in that i made sajjan and walked in uniform again for about a year and then i went into the detective division as a detective. Sergeant all amanda in a bunch of different places again in brooklyn sort of broken up the Broken out and all the gangsters were brooklyn. Ny happened to be googling off until the avenue. Bobby got killed and transportation brooklyn not to work on on the sidebar. Yellow is jong driver. And i did that. 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"nypd" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"nypd" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"I have anthony solano on zoom call. So you'll be able to see it on youtube also if you'd rather if you wanna go see what he looks like and twenty two years with the nypd in a variety of different post like all of us. Did you gotta spend some time in uniform. You gotta spend a time. Some time was maybe a detective in a different unit. He spent a lot of time with working organized. Crime in new york city. So we're going to talk to him about his experiences. He also has written a couple of novels a crime novels since he's left the pd. So welcome county and thank you filing. It's good to have you let let's start talking about in a little bit about your overview of your career with the nypd. Okay to the police department actually occurred i was on a bus going to college is only about a twenty minute ride from the time you know. Twenty is all line years old. I didn't really know what i wanted to be until i show these two policemen come on On the bus and they happen to sit directly across from where i was sitting on the bus were on their way to go up because his the hand and three things stroke me about that is. The first thing was a on the bus with not having them. Hey i thought that was the second thing was they had these guns and i thought that was pretty impressive. Third thing that struck me was they were happy and the the cops were happy time which other ended up thinking that maybe that would be something. I could do the police tests. And i got appointed w later i can finally went on at least one in uniform. After a year. Until i i ended up as an anti-crime cop basically they will claim. Plain-clothes detail we would jump at. It actually gives make arrests stuff like that. So crimes being committed in progress them wanted to the organized crime. Control bureau a section Exhibition and i spent some time in. And i wanted to journalist. Repairs force was made up of the agency state troopers and the a

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