35 Burst results for "Nypd"

It Only Takes a Few Instigators to Create a Riot

The Dan Bongino Show

01:12 min | 2 weeks ago

It Only Takes a Few Instigators to Create a Riot

"During my time with the NYPD when I was a police officer they did a lot of training with crowd control And one of the things with crowd control they used to teach us is that these large groups of crowds and you know it doesn't always have to be a riot right It could be a baseball game a football game a rock concert There's this feeling of collective energy It's not always a bad thing Now in a riot it obviously is But do you know what I'm talking about with this feeling of collective energy If you've been there you can sense it It's like you know what it is but you can't really describe it It's like you're feeding off the energy of the guy next to you and it's like one big pulsing organism at a basketball game when everybody's going crazy right Well the same thing happens with these riots in civil disturbances People get emotional and they get excited And you have these instigators in the group and typically when they hit this violence flashpoint it's always a small cabal of instigators who do it They have the bull horns are screaming and yelling like freaking lunatics call the bag throw The Rock throw the bottle They're handing people stuff It'd be a real shame if you launch this brick at the cop over there It's always a small group of instigators that

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NYC BLM Founder Suggests 'Riots' and 'Bloodshed' if New Mayor Brings Back Plain-Clothes Officers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 3 weeks ago

NYC BLM Founder Suggests 'Riots' and 'Bloodshed' if New Mayor Brings Back Plain-Clothes Officers

"Black Lives Matter leader Hank Newsom promised riots, fire and bloodshed. If the incoming mayor, Eric Adams reinstates plainclothes cops, that's what BLM is against. Plain clothes, police officers. You know why there are plain clothes police officers? They help stop crime and catch the bad guys. Sometimes you can't have a uniformed officer. Prevent or stop a crime. Sometimes you need men and women who are playing closed. Street clothes. Black Lives Matter doesn't like that. Black Lives Matter thinks that's racist. So Black Lives Matter is now promising bloodshed in the streets of New York. I want somebody to tell me how these black lives it wasn't just one. It was this Hank Newsom's, I don't know, sister or whoever she is, a couple of Black Lives Matter founders. Founders of Black Lives Matter. These are leaders. Threatening bloodshed fire, riots and shutting the city down. If Eric Adams follows through on his promise to return the plainclothes NYPD gun unit to the streets of

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BLM Threatens 'Riots, Bloodshed' in NYC if Eric Adams Brings Back Police Unit

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

BLM Threatens 'Riots, Bloodshed' in NYC if Eric Adams Brings Back Police Unit

"You know what they're doing in New York City? You know what Black Lives Matter founders are threatening? The leaders of New York's Black Lives Matter movement threatened riot and bloodshed in the streets if the mayor elect in New York Eric Adams reverses the abolition of the NYPD's controversial anti crime units. Now this is as described in the New York Daily News, the liberal tabloid in New York. Eric Adams is a pro police guy. The new mayor of New York is a former police officer. And he is pro Law & Order. It's a small miracle that this guy got elected. Now, he's still a radical leftist, but coming from a law enforcement background at least he's pro police and pro law enforcement law enforcement. The cofounder of Black Lives Matter of greater New York said, if Eric Adams thinks that they're going to go back to the old ways of policing, then we are going to take to the streets again, there will be riots. There will be fire and there will be bloodshed. Because we believe in defending our people, shed the founder of Black Lives Matter New York. Um. Well, that sounds about right. Threatening mash violence if a new mayor who's black, by the way, doesn't obey your policy demands Black Lives Matter. Yeah, that's great. That sounds totally normal.

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Gov. Ron DeSantis Invites Any Law Enforcement Officials to Move to Florida

Mark Levin

01:40 min | Last month

Gov. Ron DeSantis Invites Any Law Enforcement Officials to Move to Florida

"Serious governor Ron DeSantis in a press conference yesterday This guy is so damn sharp He's thinking okay they don't want these cops We in Florida we'll take these cops and we'll incentivize cops to come to Florida How about that I mean that really is sharp Cut 9 go It is not no no no no It's for officers period It is nothing to do with their vaccination status So that's just wrong That's a bad I think there was a headline from a corporate outlet which we all know corporate media lies They do not tell the truth Assume what they tell you is false and then figure out why they're telling you a false narrative I put that out there as a proposal months ago And the reason we're doing it is because people are being treated poorly and Seattle in Minnesota and New York NYPD They don't have the support They've had their funding cut They get criticized if they just enforce law Some places they don't even enforce the law Like in San Francisco they don't prosecute people's shoplifting So you have rampant crime So that's why we're doing it because morale is low Morale is low for years because of how law enforcement has been treated But when you saw the rioting last summer all the vitriol directed at them Florida stood up and said we back the blue And so we are a 100% excited about saying anyone that's being mistreated if the morale is low If you can't take take that environment and you have openings here you're going to get an environment where people are going to support you And I think that that's something that's and I can tell you the people that have come down from some of these places already you talk to them It's the best decision they've ever

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"nypd" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:55 min | Last month

"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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NYC Resident Coretta James Writes 4,000 Thank-You Notes to NYPD Officers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 2 months ago

NYC Resident Coretta James Writes 4,000 Thank-You Notes to NYPD Officers

"Me give you a little bit of good news. I read about heard about kereta james. She lives in queens new york and she's been embarking on a mission for the last few years quietly writing. Handwritten thank you notes to police officers. I wanted you to meet her. You buy packages of hallmark or american greeting cards from walmart and cvs and then at night and on the weekends you write these. Thank you notes. I mean not not for nothing. There's thirty six thousand cops in the nypd. Name is to get as many cars into the hands of the nypd. As i can. Also i've done the philadelphia police department. The dc police department boston police department. While while i'm telling you make the encouragement is needed. Schreiner so your story. there's a. I met a fireman and he used to be a cop right before he became a firefighter and he said the first thing he got under fire truck when he became a fireman and people waving at him. He said i didn't know what to say. Because as a cop. I was used to get in the middle finger or the f. word so and that's unappreciated cops are so i do the show them. You have support out there that not everybody shoots you and joining up the anymore.

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Marxist History Is Repeating Itself

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Marxist History Is Repeating Itself

"All of this is just indicative of how Marxism is playing out. If you've read American Marxism by Mark Levin, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Chapter six, Chapter one. It really describes how these institutions in America have just been hijacked. Write everything. I mean, everything has been hijacked. Nothing is the way it looks. Everything is some sort of, uh, to reference the Soviet Union like politburo and these and these ministers of propaganda, and they're in line force mint, federal law enforcement and I support law enforcement. You know, I actually was a volunteer cop in Jersey and for for like, two years, and my brothers served both of them. 20 years, NYPD have nothing but respect for law enforcement, But it's Sad to say. At the federal level. We've seen it time and again. There are some bad apples that are Trying to spoil the bunch. And that's just not there. I mean, we see the same thing in the media. We see the same thing in in the schools. You've got teachers that come in with very altruistic, altruistic. Excuse me, Um Rationale of why they want to become a teacher, and then they get there. And that is all kind of, um, usurped by the unions and them saying No, no, you've got to do this and you've got to teach this and we're going to do this and parents. I don't want to put this on the parents, but the parents have a role. Have been taken a back seat, some of them because they don't know better and some of them because they're too busy because they're trying to make a way for their family. So when we look at all of that stuff It's like, man. We're looking at the same thing that we saw. In our own history. A 20 years ago. And it's happening right before our very eyes the violence in the streets of last summer, we've seen that play out.

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Former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik on America's Heinously 'Loose' Borders

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik on America's Heinously 'Loose' Borders

"Bring back america's hero new york city police commissioner former new york city police. Commissioner bernie carrot bernie thanks for staying with us exports bernie as police commissioner nine eleven. You experienced what happens when america's borders are loose or non-existent as they are right. Now you experience with the influx of migrants who are not vetted does an ends with thousands of americans dead. What are your feelings about. The influx of gani migrants on planes being transported here by the biden administration. Without any real vetting. What does that make you think of nobody. Nobody knows what happens. When look people into this country that you know wanted the minds of this country. And i don't care what the president says. I don't care what milly general milley says or the president's press secretary. There's no in how you can bet the people coming in from afghanistan and here's why aghanistan was ruined by the afghan government which is a logger of power. The taliban is taking over. The taliban is a terror group. We don't have a diplomatic relationship with this country. They're not going to have relationships with russia. China in iran have nothing to do with the united states. Only to get money lewis. That's what they're gonna do. They're not gonna give us their intelligence On operations they're not going to give us access to until we have two hundred thousand people coming to this country and if they're not in a us dod database or cia database or an fbi database. They're not in one of those. We don't know who the hell they are. We don't know where they came from. We don't have any background on then and we got nowhere to go get it.

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A Day of Remembrance and Reflection: 20 Years After the 9/11 Attacks

NBC Nightly News

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

A Day of Remembrance and Reflection: 20 Years After the 9/11 Attacks

"The final moment of silence at ten twenty eight that moment the north tower fell late today. President biden's last stop laying a wreath at the pentagon after visiting. All three sites. Memorials are really important. President trump making a surprise visit to the f. d. ny nypd in chicago. A flag raised at west point. Army takes the field with flags raised and windsor castle. Guards playing the american national anthem just as they did twenty years ago a world coming together to never forget

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Actor Michael K. Williams, Star of 'The Wire' and 'Lovecraft Country,' Dead at 54

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Actor Michael K. Williams, Star of 'The Wire' and 'Lovecraft Country,' Dead at 54

"An actor best known for playing a man who robbed drug dealers on the wire has died you want Michael K. Williams has died he was found dead yesterday afternoon by family members in his penthouse apartment in Brooklyn New York the NYPD says his death is being investigated as a possible drug overdose and the medical examiner is looking into the case with fifty four years old Williams is best known for playing Omar little on the wire one of the most beloved and enduring characters on that show which ran from two thousand to two thousand and eight on HBO I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Hurricane Ida Knocks out Power to New Orleans

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Hurricane Ida Knocks out Power to New Orleans

"Of Louisiana after Hurricane Ida. I don't have a generator. I am in the dark. She's in material. Louisiana. Ida is now a tropical storm and is just passing through Jackson, Mississippi as it heads north. There have been many water rescues along the Gulf Coast. Sheriff Joe Le Pido was with Jefferson Parish and says some wanted to stay back as long as they're okay and not needing assistance. We were not going to force them and put them in a boat to bring him back, But there are other people that obviously not in that situation, so we're making sure we're getting all of them out. First workers from the F D N Y and NYPD are heading to the area to help and President Biden says federal help is headed to the area to More than 5000. Members of your National Guard has been activated from Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Texas to support search and rescue and recovery efforts. Only one death was blamed on the storm. FEMA says power could remain out for weeks CBS News Special

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"nypd" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"nypd" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

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

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Why the NYPD Is Grappling With COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

TIME's Top Stories

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Why the NYPD Is Grappling With COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

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

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Remembering When Dan Bongino Joined the NYPD Cadet Program

The Dan Bongino Show

01:14 min | 3 months ago

Remembering When Dan Bongino Joined the NYPD Cadet Program

"When I first joined the NYPD, I was in the cadet program. It was an internship program. They were called cadets, police recruits or police officers. Cadets was a separate program. And I was a young, smart ass kid. I just was And I show up for the first day, and there's a young cadet who had already been in the programme who was handing out paperwork. And she missed me and one of the pieces of paper. You know what I did? It's your story. I said, give a little whistle. Oh, boy. That didn't go over well. Never forgot it still talking about it now. She was about 21. She turned around. So you are you whistling to me? And I looked, and I was like, Yeah, I need a piece of paper. Then the police officer was running. They said. Did you just whistle at her? Keep in mind. It's like 100 people in this room. They're like, um Stand up. They're like potential cadets. This potential could that here thinks it's funny whistling to people because he missed the people paper piece of paperwork. It's not appropriate. Horrifyingly embarrassing. One of the

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"nypd" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

03:25 min | 4 months 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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Angela Merkel Tours European Flood Devastation

Mark Levin

00:13 sec | 4 months ago

Angela Merkel Tours European Flood Devastation

"Today, Merkel was in a historic spa town devastated by month's worth of rain between Germany and Belgium. Nearly 200 people are dead. Hundreds more are missing. NYPD beekeepers are staying busy removing

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DA: 6ix9ine’s Bodyguards Broke Man’s Phone After Wild Chase

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

DA: 6ix9ine’s Bodyguards Broke Man’s Phone After Wild Chase

"The restaurant is on to Roger being called out over their alleged role in a crazy car chase in New York City it's the kind of thing you would think would not have to be said but the Manhattan district attorney says the streets of the city are not the wild west Cyrus Vance juniors messages saying that rap star Takashi six nine and his bodyguards over an incident last summer that has now resulted in indictments authorities say five members of six nine security team were irked by a man taking cell phone video of the rapper so they chase them and their S. U. V.'s lights ablaze until they caught the guy who took his phone and then smashed it six nine was not charged with five members of the security team were indicted on charges of robbery false impersonation and other charges one member of the security team is an ex NYPD detective who is also accused of falsely claiming to police that the mandate changed have threatened them with a gun I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"nypd" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:22 min | 5 months ago

"nypd" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"We'll talk about national review making a claim that they a deserved sex even though they're conservative. They're worried about that. We're gonna talk about how. America actually invented the residential schools program that canada's been getting a lot of coverage in national rocketing over public outrage american vendor that shit and had those same programs going on so we'll talk about that we'll talk about the nypd's new program the nypd game truck. Baby get ready for those. Oh you don't know why. Pd game truck. yeah man. They've seen the succeed of for many years. The here come into my shaded van with promises of things that kids like and so they're trying their hand at that with a video game truck the drive around and it's -posedly public outreach. People have reasons to be concerned. Like look kids. we're not all bastards. Are we because we were. We wouldn't have this sick ass to ks reagan. here right. are i literally literally. That's the the game plan and we'll talk about chakari. Richardson being just out of the olympics. Why the us ats is ridiculous in foolish. It and why the olympics are going to suck this year. All that clinton more but i dare. We like to ask our guests. What is something from your search history. Been doing like a shit cooking just like you guys are going to come over in sample. Some of this delitzsch. Wow i mean almost you're saying cocaine i've been doing a shit ton of cooking just all the just tons of cooking so like right now. I'm focusing. I bought a couple books on like particularly like cuisine from mexico. So you know trying to tap back into tap back into those routes you know Made us of each a made like an hour delay which is kinda the same little bit different. Yeah you know chicken binga like i'm gonna try into some company fast like mature style for although mitchell con folks roca who are listening to the podcast. Shout out and this. Is this something that your like you. A person who's very comfortable in the kitchen is something that comes natural to you or you am now. Yeah i mean before. I don't like it's something not develop. I think so like for a long time like almost my entire twenty s. I was living by grandparents and my grandma's cooking so you know like when she died in two thousand nineteen. It was kind of like a big moment of like certain things missing. Calm like you know family time so like that christmas. We normally got together in november started making tamales. That didn't happen right. you know like major holidays. I mean obviously during the pandemic my family was like maybe should we. I kept being like now guys. We should not right but you know the the desire to like get back together even for like this. Last easter break you know was was sort of they're like just like the family staples were missing and so i felt like well. I'm probably the.

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Eric Adams Declared Winner of NYC Democratic Mayoral Race

Ben Shapiro

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Eric Adams Declared Winner of NYC Democratic Mayoral Race

"Press says Eric Adams has won the New York City mayors race Democratic primary. If he wins the full election, the Brooklyn borough president would become the city's second black mayor. The former NYPD police captain ran as a centrist New York used a new ranked choice voting system this year, which took many days to sort out. Adams will be the favorite in the heavily Democratic city when he runs against GOP nominee and Guardian Angels founder Curtis Selwa.

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Working a Job Is More Than Just Earning Income; It Teaches Skills and Life Lessons

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | 6 months ago

Working a Job Is More Than Just Earning Income; It Teaches Skills and Life Lessons

"Floor. I learned a lot about showing up on time. How to take instructions from people in a job environment, not be a smart ass all the time. When I first joined the NYPD, I was in the cadet program. It was an internship program. They were called cadets, police recruits or police officers. Cadets was a separate program. And I was a young, smart ass kid. I just was And I show up for the first day, and there's a young cadet who had already been in the programme who was handing out paperwork. And she missed me on one of the pieces of paper. You know what I did? Your story. I said, give her a little whistle. Oh, boy. That didn't go over well. Never forgot it still talking about it now. She was about 21. She turned around, said You. Are you whistling at me? And I looked, and I was like, Yeah, I need a piece of paper. Then the police officer was running. They said. Did you just whistle at her? Keep in mind. It's like 100 people in this room. They're like, um Stand up. They're like potential cadets. This potential could that here thinks it's funny whistling to people because he missed the people. Paper piece of paperwork is that appropriate? Horrifying. The embarrassing One of the best things

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"nypd" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

The United States of Anxiety

01:33 min | 6 months 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 | 6 months 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 | 6 months 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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NYT Reporter Said Americans Acted Like ‘Selfish Pigs’ During COVID, Unlike Chinese

The News & Why It Matters

01:54 min | 6 months ago

NYT Reporter Said Americans Acted Like ‘Selfish Pigs’ During COVID, Unlike Chinese

"A new york times writer called Americans selfish pigs. In comparison to average chinese citizens speaking of china of who behaved heroically amid the pandemic this a former veteran writer for the new york times. Not and this was in an email to anthony fauci in february twenty twenty as the coronavirus pandemic was just beginning to become An international news stories so By the way this is he was fired from the times but he worked for the paper for more than four decades. He wrote to anthony. Fauci and sad Let's see i was just watching the hhs briefing online and thinking about an article. I read this morning. And bruce aylward description of what he saw in china and a lot of videos. I've watched on the south china morning post website they're doing great coverage he puts in parentheses And then he says you know to china. They behaved incredibly heroically in the face of the virus. Twenty-five thousand doctors nurses went into wuhan to help knowing they might die and by the way meanwhile in america people tend to act like selfish pigs interested only in saving themselves. How can i afford a mask. Where's my vaccine this morning. I read an appalling article from alabama and He says this behavior is unacceptable from From americans it's interesting. I don't think it matters much. And i know we only have a couple of minutes left. I don't think it matters much from this. Nypd for you know. it's like okay. He wrote for the new york times now he doesn't anymore. But i do think it is indicative of this greater push that we have seen during the pandemic that i think will linger on which is to call americans who want to prolong their freedom. Who wants to make sure that they don't see their freedoms go away to call them selfish and they want to condition you to think that oh well just engaging in your own personal freedoms that you have. Because you're an american is in fact

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Looking Back: George Floyd Protests in New York City

The United States of Anxiety

02:05 min | 7 months ago

Looking Back: George Floyd Protests in New York City

"We started talking about the new york city mayoral race. This is a huge huge election. Given all the very serious stuff. We're facing as a city. Voting starts in the democratic primary on june twelfth and while anything is possible in politics the winner of that primary is very likely to be the next mayor of the nation's largest city so that election is top of mind for our team and we've decided to focus particularly on policing. Nypd is the largest most expensive police force in the country by far michael bloomberg once joked that he had his own army and then it was the seventh largest army in the world. So there you have it depending on how you count the money. The city spends anywhere between six and ten billion dollars a year on nypd. B billion with a b. But in the wake of george floyd murderer a lot more people are asking how this massive expensive army is managed and in particular whether it even can be held accountable for what it does in our names. Tonight we're going to start with one dramatic example of how. Nypd has responded to that. call for accountability. George floyd was murdered about exactly a year ago today. People filled the streets in outrage. All over the world including here in new york city for the murder was also a painful reminder of the many many incidents of police brutality in our city. Jimmy floyd who is the editor of wnyc's race injustice unit has been reporting on what happened during one of those demonstrations which took place in the south bronx and the motto haven neighborhood. Jamie has been interviewing people who were there that night to reconstruct what happened from their vantage point. Take a listen so paint a picture for us what remind us what. The protests last summer. Look like in new york city. Well you know we all been bottled up. There was a lot of tension around the economic and health. Disparities around covid and into that came the murderer of george floyd and immediately people took to the streets because

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"nypd" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

03:32 min | 9 months 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

07:15 min | 9 months ago

"nypd" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"I think anyway very unfair. And that's a good point on the public as it really understand that at all when we had this michael brown incident in saint louis. Which is you know. Pretty close kind of more personal here in kansas city and and young policeman got off so now i've lost his name. Dennis someone please mun ends up. This guy's is huge. Big guy is confronted. Tried to take his gun away from him and then lost at that walked away and then came back after and reshot him and killed him when he came back after him. I had a guy a lawyer. Young lawyer that i went to law school with law school after i left the pd. Hey call me. He was a lawyer down in middle part of their stay. Calm a smaller town and it got hold of me. So i'm really concerned about this. He's actually a question he said. Good that guy that policemen done anything else. They wouldn't or something else they could do. And i said well i don't know all the facts exactly but it doesn't sound to me like it and he said well couldn't he just like locked himself in his car. Delay got help. I said man i said. Do you wanna policeman locked themselves in the car when you got a huge big guy. That's already robbed a store and tried to take policeman's away and you had to fight him off once do you guys just get in. The car is young lawyers. I guess not. I mean that's not the kinda guy that you want out there. You want a guy that's gonna protect. You got the ball j. japan in there and protect people. Jesus looks at the thing that stopping the bad people from taking things away from the good people watch them up. I would not want to be out there on the street today. I don't know for sure i don't either. I walk down with to demonstrations going live reasonably close to that. And i walked down there just to be close for a safer myself. You know. I used to do that. When i was intelligence. That's one thing. We did demonstration. We would go in and mix in with the crowd and that we always had to be really careful. We've gotten some trouble once. They got exposed. The liberal media doesn't like it when the police are using acting as media and get working themselves into political demonstration. So you've gotta be really careful when you're doing that. But i walked down there and it was amazing. These people were the police. Were just standing there on this line. And they were harlan all kinds of abuse and getting their faces. And then every once in a while there'd be bottles of water come flying out of the back of the crowd and of course would hit them and they just standard until they got the order then they acted with great discipline and then they got the order then they start moving forward and they hit them with tear gas pepper spray and things like that and they back up and push them back to where they were and then go back to their line and old again. It was crazy. I never got. I'd never had gotten myself. I got one situation was kind of like that. It was terrifying. Mattel you being up on. That line is terrified and you're up front so anyhow. We've digressed from organized crime. Quito bet but i liked that in on. I think listeners out there kind of like a couple of cops talking about what is really like and i've gotten that feedback before so talk a little bit more about the columbo organized crime task force during the was at the third colombo war or they tried to kill this arena guy. And that's when greg scarpa was operate news. I just did a interview with somebody on him. That guy own my god. He was a scary. There's a lot of killing going on. Victorino's that lincoln persico just passed away when he went to jail. Let vigarini be the street. Wash is i understand. It and victory didn't want to give that position up and so created a wall between the tillenon and the bodies are dropping like crazy because there had been like a period of quiet for a long time and then what was on. This thing started up so pressure resulting up with pressure on the colombo family. All gangsters basically the seeming his neck and he started the task force. And i remember dealing with these guys and sometimes they ask what you. I'm joop outsmart them a little bit. Remember the prejudice. Quite a minimum precinct with colombo. Apo got into a scuffle with a bunch of cops over and even know what it was. Just something silly. And what happened was the cops Thirteen inches gulf health. Anyway when they got back into the precinct You office looked at the photos of will vice guys that we had in the will appeal. That were involved in his that circle them and all of that and we ended up doing a report to the eastern dishes. Any milan read the eastern district of new york and we had gone to surrender themselves reached out. I got all of the drive of this cacao ability toll who's dead now and tell you boss his case he's gonna get his lawyer in surrender. The thinking was surrendered to us. Pay for that lawyer which they did and ultimately ended up being used in federal court report that we did because show that he was the boss of this particular crow. Just on in this climb. He was directing and use the board and all of that so actress. In that sense we got about fox. Them a story where i was at. These guys have various. Maybe they'd lack of education various and native at deligence. John guy is always was. He added this leadership quality. People would follow him. No but that was just one banana. Guidance on i'm asleep loosely. Me anyway is name. Was frank cova. Who i think became a federal informant. Now if he's still alive. But i had a call from prosecutor in los angeles saying that the this particular is going to be coming on an plan into different body kennedy airport. And we'd like them seville in new york so we didn't this on this person up and we followed him and he meets this guy in lower manhattan by the in frankie koba. Who was a banana. Guys into a rational. Now we're outside and we'll talk sort of a parking garage. We view founded a restaurant. So there's no way he's coming out of they were gonna miss one. Two hours house for the came out so my partner went in and he came out five minutes later. The guy's not in there. I have to way with you. We miss them and we went into the restaurant into into the back. There was an edge on other side. He wanted highly straight slick. Yes see holland again. I said i got away with back on the this. Follow him around. And now. I'm going to pick him up at his house on. Staten island which is pharmacy kind of an area where he lived. Big trees stuff like.

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"nypd" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

07:57 min | 9 months 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. I at than twenty two twenty two years ended up studying infra security company cool. I security services at blessed with a huge competence under me now. The security company goes out notch company. I didn't ask for two years now. I started my own company in midtown manhattan investigative Seventeen years i retired. The young closed up. And then i started writing news novels. And that's what i do that interested. He had quite a varied career. You've got a lot of fodder. Shall we say of for those novels for crime novels. Be you'd say it all sounds like you're gonna tell you something about do. See so much that you know you had the thought. Row seating circus all chromatic. Everybody else really honestly honest with you. The medicine inside. I had was i was much of the stone was around quite a bit and i lived in three different. Neighborhoods donnas as when you moved into a neighborhood in other play agreed with opened on sort of establish yourself these day. Now's you make france and enjoy each wanna landlords in different from different ethnicities. So you have to learn to adapt and along with everyone and was the greatest fodder a interesting inside really really have that say you spent a couple years down on mulberry street watching l. relied gotti's crew now. Did you work at a task force for the fbi or you guys doing your own thing assigned to fifth greasing and we would just catch with cases happened from aside robbery. Whatever came out way. The interactions i had with the sky. Basically incidental wasn't now look into anything but an interesting story. I was the first week. I was assigned to that i had to make an audit fixation family member of somebody who lived on the bowery. Now the battery. Zoli people down ella jones. Alex loudon houses now net and the the rule was if somebody happened to be hospitalized. You notify the family. Otherwise it became a missing person. I got a line. On the family of this particular person was an ice villain. I up mulberry street. For making the notification open up the shape there was a guy and this was the summertime who was standing on one of that all will present ova coach a suit and tie and a fidora and he then of sixty years old me look hundred him early thirties he loved. It may have the diet he made. It could kill me nine on history. And at later i was a guy named joe beck alamo and use a may jump deal as a family and he was. The guy were giovannucci. Who's in jail. Jove illogic jenner interviews. I remember that right so the lashings paranoid and he saw guy in jail who he thought was this. Joe beck showed palermo and the laci kill them in prison and the prison you in with a vipin ill. That was a guy who standing on the corner. He was a guy who standing on happening. Now we know why scare job laci so much.

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"nypd" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

02:08 min | 9 months 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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"nypd" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

"Over here so there you go. They're gonna open up a because if there's anything buildings needs it's one more casino Household hazardous waste collection project. All them fucking bids. Yeah remember when they used to do the like toxic waste roundup every spring. Still kind of do they i. They didn't well. i guess. Last time i checked. I guess at the warehouse or the firehouse. Oh no this don prescription pills or something you yeah you can. There's a bunch of prescription drop-off boxes around. Apparently there's one at the crime prevention center on third and thirtieth but it was like bring up old cans of fuel or old kansas oil or old paint or like a bucket of asbestos. If you have at our batteries fucking you name it bring it up. You got to drop it off. We won't ask any questions polian. We won't be right down your license plate or anything like that. Roll off multiple fifty five gallon. Drums of waste air quotes. Yes yes. this is three court jars of cyanide. Don't ask me where. I got used to be a high school biology teacher. Let's just go with that. That's just tanna right. It doesn't work anymore. i don't need it. it's not a big deal. I'm not waiting anymore. Carry it carefully. It was pretty cool. I like that anyway. So reject all bids roloff truck by one of those for one hundred seventy three thousand dollars with a five year warranty knocking three news side. Load trucks itching. Three nine one hundred seven thousand dollars. That's a lot of money. Sure is that's like one hundred bucks a piece basically if my mad at direct i think you got it nailed right there. I remember business professionals sense. Yes you do quite well have to say you gave me an invoice. And i paid half of it and haven't said anything since even actually broke. Look at this declaration of surplus property and authorizing the street and traffic divisions sell a road patching unit of to the city of miles city for twenty two thousand dollars. What we pay for that. I'm here welcome. I'm frankie wall right now. What we pay for that. What did you pay for it. it's thirteen years old. No what we pay for it. I didn't ask how fucking old it is. We paid one point seven nine million dollars. Jennifer de ray. You're not answering my question. Why are we asking one point. Seven nine million dollars for it because it's gonna mile city and it's because they have twenty two thousand dollars total two thousand dollars checks out. Preliminary major platt of western. Padilla do was i judi judicial quasi-judicial the fuck squad judicial goal mean well in my opinion stocky and this is just my opinion. It means caution must be exercised concerning any potential expert day communications with interested parties. Oh boy this policy. Making body may exercise approval or other adjudication of thirty which is judicial because it directly affects the legal rights of persons. All right someone on the council has has docked to somebody at this western sky. Subdivision and browsed kickback. or something. They gotta you know deal that you bring that up and say oh i was talking to jimmy yamaha down there scott visions and we worked out a deal so everybody knows and everybody gets a thumbs up and do the clap thing like when you get like a round of applause on zoom. Call you betcha off ago. Yep that's for listeners. At home we touched our hands together and the was a tribute oh yes the tribute and type f to pay respects type f out there. You go Bills for the week of september. Twenty first and twenty eight. Th twenty twenty brown will be abstaining. I meant to email a andy about that. There was one. I went full. Ewald o on the bills one week sifted right in there. I sent it right down there. A couple of bills from the trampoline park couple. They were random charges from the tripling. Looks like a team building event or whatever the trampoline park and scape world blue man. Yeah i actually would be curious on what that was. I actually don't have any problem with city. I don't care but it's really weird time to be doing team building event. Yeah nice big old sweaty exercise event. Yeah but you know. I mean said he's going to be doing shit. They would with a local company. That's fine but if anybody was going to bring up anything. Frank didn't bring that up for quite surprised. We were speculating on that. Last time What else we got on here got public hearing. That's the special review beer and wine special review or beer and wine allow existing all beverage liquor. Licensed to relocate from nineteen eleven king avenue west unit ten to twenty four ninety nine gable road. Okay what's he's nine hundred. Eleven king avenue west of me nine hundred eleven. Forget it's true nineteen eleven nineteen th street. King have anyways that like i dunno. Sea grill might be around there. I would think ooh might be. Didn't carney close yeah. They're they're owner was doing some bad. Things are still open. Allegedly style actually sorry. The due process has not gone through. Is what kind of asking according to court documents. Don't know jason kim going. Oh the cynics park subdivision on gable road. I'm hoping the stays going down to seven percent. Why is it down to seven percent plug in. Let's get that sweet buzz. Not nobody's listening still flipping around so the court points. The other way for that light to come on there is that it might work anyway. Thanks for listening even got to the most important stuff yet. I think that's recording or searching. I reading ordinance for own chain ninety four zone. Change from residential seven thousand residential multifamily. Having conducted public hearing considered written and spoken public testimony moved to approve quasi-judicial. Which one is that. That's a quasi-judicial sunset it so division. Twenty twelve nineteen wall street west. Oh that's the that's the one on alderson isn't it Thirteenth and alderson. So they're going to vote on that one turning Putting up at thirty two family apartment building or something on alderson by albertsons. My neighborhood All right start.

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"nypd" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

"It's worthwhile conversation to have these to happen. This is october twenty. Fifth twenty twenty in the state of montana population about a million in the city of billings population of one hundred and fourteen thousand hundred. Twenty thousand talking You know search or metro. One hundred thousand or one. Sixty metre one sixty metro. I heard a lot of people a lot of people out here so many. So it's been it's been a while since our last publication drop go something. what what. What's the fancy lingo for dropping something. I just dropping something. I'm just dropping something we drop the last episode kind of like how macy gray drops albums haphazardly and badly all right The this is the friday. Pack doubt. this episode sponsored today by a red lodge ails lactobacillus logger. Dang generous monetary support. Red lodge thank you for the. I just gave you money. That's pretty much. What happened if i like the packet. You'd better get red lodge ales. Logger fun fact. There was an aluminum camp shortage. And i believe sam was worried about not being able to get enough cancerous actor so he just took a paper thing so be warned. Stout don't take it off because it's going to stick your hand art. But he put a sticker over scotch. Can't so it's it's really like drinking two beers at once. Yeah it's incredible. Isn't it my imagination. I'm bending space-time which one is this under their scotch. Oh yeah ninety f- it's like where's although of beers it's very tasty and you don't have to your beer at all. No the cancer just goes straight through your pores can smell the benzine. F- this is a podcast about local goings on in the billings. Montana metro area. Is that okay. When i stick labels to the wall give a shit i mean. There's already some weird smorgasbord scotch tape over the ball and mosaic of scotch. Tape oriole on the corner. That's i mean that's it's not. I don't think that that's even low enough for me. It's a bad as it. Looks like the power cord through just a plug into this out with. Its in this this room. They did some real accurate wholesaling. Looks like they sure did in the the dump studios do boy no down here. Oh just wonderful anyway. Like i said a podcast about local goings on in government. Here in the city of billings. There's no shortage of topics or subjects to discuss go over. We're on the patriot if you like supporting local. Organic sustainable sustainable. Because this doesn't cost much. Sustainable podcasts dishing. Whatever you can go to patriot dot com for slash the friday packet and donate a dollar. Become a robocop remember do that. We're on instagram. That's the thing. Yeah we go in there occasionally also on what else tumbler directly. It's the grinder. Just the huge fan. My soc meets absolutely hashtag. Woke the packet find us on fat life to forty year olds and talking about the internet. Do you love it so much. Space mice basic go on. They're going to france turf. You want bittorrent napster wanna send us a couple of songs who some comedy routines that you downloaded illegally. Get that new blink. One eighty two of them. I've been in california rare. It's not even that was two years old. Where would someone email us the variety. Pack it at emails dot com. That again is the friday package. Email dot com once again. We are sponsored by vic firth headphones. When you can't hear it forget about it vic firth. Forget about a belinda. This week we're gonna go over three meetings that we need to catch up on because life gets in the way can get in the way. Apparently snow things happening which montana's doing really well on that front just fantastic rivoli. Are we keep having ridiculous. Conversations between pam county health officer who has a medical degree used certified doctor and change feels the need to discuss back and forth with him about the validity of having a mask on even though it's proven that it does help but she feels every single meeting that she needs to bring up. I read on the internet that there are different opinions and no one showdown yet and i'm confused why that isn't happening. It's very very frustrating Well that's nothing new. Nothing new the mask debate is just as stupid as the vaccination of me. There's no debate and it's just wear it. I mean it's that's simple. it's the seat belt. Doesn't one hundred percents all of it. But it gives you a better chance. Although i do not know a guy who says he both wear seatbelt because he's afraid that if he gets in iraq it's going to break his neck that's fine. He works construction. Yeah yeah but you're going to expect those kinds of things. But it's the weekly pam update so usually when they have the update from john. Feldmann had stone you that back and forth and they just sorta let her go just a lot of i rolling and palms on faces in the crowd. That's pretty fun but she can ask those questions. She's entitled to do that. i guess. Whatever it's not whatever it's to put it on shut up and just put it on. What the fuck fuck and heart is. It's not forever. The same shit happened during the Spanish flu in one thousand nine nineteen benefit between the kansas. Yes that's what i meant. Okay the anti mask league mask leaks pretty funny. Curious morons. half of them died. So that's still happening. We're plowing through that The simplest thing you possibly do the one thing that people do not wanna do seems really counterintuitive and absolutely obnoxious where our own people here in montana. We don't need. We are individuals. Chur are self sufficient to trying to reach that community. One death at a time. That's absolutely right. and there. We go only takes forty percent of the population today so this take your parents and anybody with an underlying health condition is murder him all right now absolutely not. Stick them in the next wrong. Nothing and i mean it's not like whatever so you want to see so. There was work session obviously on october. Twenty twenty wonderful day was bright and sunny and what's been like ninety degrees out l. I remember like it was october. Fifth five days ago five days six days ago There was the the cova like we've we've detailed. The complete streets progress report cares act update and expectations and obligations quad. One of my favorite agenda. Titles i think i've.

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"nypd" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

"We talked about today. Here on freddie package macarthur grid recipient peabody. Working actually got now. I think we got an ego. Yes second one actually got. I talk about you know we started off. We started off easy. It's going to be a henry. A slow dip extreme life. It's like just waiting into a nice shirlow slowly so they're willing river. Temperature doesn't shock you Laying in the bottom of the chico pool at six forty five am as the wire steinle raises their next thing. You know floating on your back and to disney to stand up you need somebody to drag out of that thing because you're drunk seven forty five. Am anyway today. We started out with a nice wrap up of me. This is a this is at the beginning so Today start out with a nice wrap up of the last. I don't know fifteen twenty city council session three. Yeah i think to regulars work yup standard Got some project recode. Roll off trucks. That's that's that's a very specific. Very very niche yes. It's exciting turns out we're going to sell something to miles city. Probably gonna stick around for that. Welcome there's some trampoline park stuff good neighborhoods reasoning kind of project rezone adjacent anyway. But what's what's left of the fluff before we get to the real real stake cheeses recode coal annexation one. A little Ronin news little discussion. Keep having the pointless conversation with certain counselors and that's just tell him to shut the fuck put a mask on yanni. that seems like britney's not exactly saber. At this point it's shut the fuck up. Put me too easy just by. Not what's you're going to be. Okay gonna be okay and then we're going to roll straight on into the old yet cops and.

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"nypd" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A seismic shift in the culture of how the NYPD police is this great city it will be felt immediately throughout the five district attorneys offices it will be felt immediately in the communities that we protect so my wife and I have three years had a little game yet we try to avoid timessquare simply because it's it's just packed with tourists and bill but it for cutting through Times Square I always say okay can you spot the undercover gas because in Times Square not now but in most times there are lots of undercover police officers in Times Square they're out there and and there's a way to spot but it's hard but they're great they do an amazing job of of bringing a getting people that are about ready to commit crimes grab him stop them with a crime in progress they're fantastic and they go out into areas where there is high crime and they work as under cover crime prevention and the bad guys know that the under cover guys are out there but they don't know exactly what cars are driving what clothes they're wearing I don't know how you do policing without undercover police officers so the New York police department has gotten rid of their undercover police which makes note which I'm going okay how fast if you're a criminal you're going this is great now all I gotta do is look for the marked patrol car this makes no sense to me I don't know what's going on New York City councilman Jim Morelli said these undercover police officers are more important than most people think well it's certainly not a good day if you care about reducing crime and overall public safety in New York City you know as you mentioned the six hundred officers are spread out across the city and they're tasked with one thing and that's going after the worst of the worst violent thugs and criminals and their job is not always pretty they go up to these guys they used confidential informants they use intelligence and they physically rip guns out of these people's hands these are the people that that that basically took the city's murder rate from when it was in two thousand three well when the program started and they cut it in half over the last seventeen years we should be buying these guys a beer rather than just banning the unit but I suspect this is more of a more about commissioner Shay trying to eat perhaps even protect these cops there anything else I don't understand it I N. yeah they do they they're all over the city there's six hundred of them but there was an episode in Times Square I don't know seven eight nine years ago there were these guys they were selling bootleg CD's on the street and one group of guys selling these bootleg CD's got into a fight with another and out came the guns and they it right the middle times where thousands of tourist these undercover officers jumped on them at the gun fight started and brought it to an instant halt within seconds I don't know how many lives they saved yeah they're they're amazing they're just amazing and Hary how Cruz a retired detective said that this new commissioner time for him to resign what's a what's a crazy move he should resign from his post for making a comment like that okay the plainclothes officers that are out there the anti crime units they're out there in plain clothes clothes trying to watch criminals you know and catch them in the act now you know what the perpetrators out there in the streets saying Hey listen we have to worry about undercover officers anymore we don't have to worry about uniform so we see no uniforms there's no cops around and believe me they will take advantage of that yeah they will so Seattle let's there police precinct they said a close it up lock it up and leave from the mayor's orders so there goes that police precinct for that part of Seattle New York says we're going to get rid of the undercover officers who are shoals so important to crime prevention Minneapolis of course they ran from their precinct with their tail between their legs so we're going through a bad patch with police and that what you have to wait for unfortunately is for the crime to go up in the meantime your hope and pray that you're not one of the victims of the increasing crime rate but this is not going to lower the crime rate this is it going to ring around the end of of crime this is anti police in its broadest form will be right back the.

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"nypd" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"His victims an NYPD officer who police say was targeted in a hit and run he's in but stable condition and in buffalo a suspect is in custody this morning after police officer and a state trooper were hit by a car where there is no law there is no opportunity where there is no justice there is no liberty where there is no safety there is no future the one hundred and fifty three days from order to order the our final news roundup and information overload our and now we have four all right there is size.

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"nypd" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"nypd" Discussed on KTRH

"Ambushed an NYPD officer in the Bronx in New York the police commissioner calls it an assassination attempt I have to say there is just too much hatred out there right now there's too much hatred in general there's too much hatred being directed at our officers that has to end tonight thank god our offices are safe thank god they will go home to their families the officer was shot in the chin in the neck and is expected to make a full recovery but that man then went into the precinct headquarters and opened fire shooting another officer the suspect is in custody the United States military says two American soldiers were killed and six wounded in a so called insider attack in eastern Afghanistan a man dressed in an Afghan army uniform opened fire on fox news Republican congressman Michael waltz talked about it he's a former green beret it is a tried and true tactic for the Taliban al Qaeda ISIS to use Afghan uniforms to try to infiltrate our ranks in it and it looks like that's what they did here six US service members have been killed in Afghanistan this year K. T. R. H. news time it's eleven OO three to Houston shootings in one on the north freeway overnight a security guard shot a man at a sports bar then in acres homes yesterday yesterday afternoon in Houston rapper was shot and killed on a basketball court a drive by no suspect in that looks like that long awaited **** is closer to reality the US army corps of engineers has selected the Jacobs Stan tech company to design and build a nearly twenty seven mile long levy and flood wall system along the southeast Texas coastline the system is part of what the army corps calls the orange project which is aimed at reducing storm damage risk to the Texas Gulf coast region the eight year one point nine billion dollar project focuses on a stretch from the Sabine pass to Galveston bay construction on this segment is set to begin in twenty twenty two Cory Olson newsradio seven forty KTRE assuming you've given thought to it have you decided who you are going to wear tonight you know it's Oscars night the film that was met with criticism leads the ninety second annual Academy Awards with the most nominations Todd Phillips joker leads with eleven nominations Martin Scorsese's the Irishman Sam Mendes's World War one drama nineteen seventeen in Brooklyn Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood follow with ten apiece since this year the Oscars again going host this there will be plenty of performances to keep the show moving among them Elton John sincere Revo demons out Chrissy mats and Randy Newman all perform this year's Oscar nominated songs and Billy I wish was recently added to the performance roster the show airs at eight eastern on ABC shop we now fox news there we go my microphone suddenly didn't work I apologize for that Utah Jazz in town tonight against the Houston.

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