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Noel Casler Explains How Trump Corrupts Everyone in His Orbit

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Noel Casler Explains How Trump Corrupts Everyone in His Orbit

"People famously know that you worked on the apprentice with Donald Trump and, you know, started talking quite openly about a lot of things about him a long time ago, but you said what you're seeing from Trump's vast tentacles of corruption. Toadies on loan from Doug ducey acting sicko fans, you just said it should be very illuminating for those who wonder how Trump got away with so many crimes in his New York City days because people from New York are like, he's always been a crook. We've known that from day one, right? And you look right up through what's happening right now. You're like, oh, of course, he has somehow loyalists and people that are destroying evidence and God knows what, right? Absolutely. He's always had a skill, a 6th sense to attract men and some women around him that he could corrupt. You know, he can look into a crowd and see the kind of guys that are going to do his bidding. The dogs that hunt, so to speak. And that's what his security team was. You know, keep schiller was an NYPD sergeant rammer, who would knock down doors of drug dense in The Bronx, you know? He was the guy who knocked the door down. He went up to Trump in court and said, you need to hire me, right? And Trump hired him. And then when you're walking around with a detail of X NYPD cops, you get away with stuff in New York City, right? Because it's an impenetrable sort of wall of authority. And Trump knows that. And you know, we could probably get into it, but the Secret Service stuff seems very, I worked with a Secret Service ton tons. I did inaugurations. I did the tree lighting at The White House, all kinds of stuff, where the president was at. The Secret Service under Trump was a different Secret Service. You know, and I went to high school with Bobby engel, the guy he tried to choke in the back of the SUV, and he was like a marine kind of jarhead cop type. And that's the type that Trump will suck in. And it's almost like before they know it, they're doing his bidding. Do you know what I mean? Who is the guy? They all set out with the intention of being corrupted, but being in Trump's orbit will corrupt you by osmosis.

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Two Black Teenage Girls Charged With Hate Crime in 'Anti-White' Attack

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Two Black Teenage Girls Charged With Hate Crime in 'Anti-White' Attack

"Black teenage girls in New York City were arrested Tuesday that is let's see Friday three days ago. Charged with hate crimes over the brutal attack on a 57 year old white woman, riding a bus and queens earlier this month. The New York police department said that a 15 year old girl in the 16 year old girl were arrested on Tuesday in the confines of the 102nd precinct. They each faced two counts of assault while carrying out a hate crime. And aggravated harassment while carrying out a hate crime. Their names were not released by police due to their ages. Quite follow that. I mean, this is serious crime. NYPD released a video on a photo showing three black girls walking down a city street earlier this month. About 6 50 p.m. police said the three unidentified individuals now to approach the 57 year old female passenger. On the southbound MTA bus and the vicinity of Jamaica avenue, and woodhaven boulevard struck her in the head with an unknown object, causing a laceration and bleeding. They carried out the attack while making anti white statements, police said. God even Fox News capitalizes white. Oh my God.

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NYPD: Preacher, wife robbed of $1M in jewelry during sermon

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

NYPD: Preacher, wife robbed of $1M in jewelry during sermon

"A New York City preacher and his wife or robbed $1 million in jewelry during a weekend sermon I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A well-known flashing New York preacher was robbed of more than $1 million worth of jewelry by armed bandits who crashes Brooklyn church service just as he was sermonizing about keeping faith in the face of grave adversity bishop lamorne Miller Whitehead is known for driving a Rolls Royce and his friendship with New York City mayor Eric Adams He was delivering a sermon at his leaders of tomorrow international ministries last weekend when police say three robbers walked in in a video posted to Instagram the preacher said he wasn't sure if the gunman wanted to shoot the church up or if they were just coming for a robbery The service was also being live streamed online Miller Whitehead is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the gunman's arrest I'm Lisa

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Steve Deace: Why Americans Aren't Watching Jan. 6 Hearings

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | Last month

Steve Deace: Why Americans Aren't Watching Jan. 6 Hearings

"Oh Dan brother I know that you're a former NYPD officer Secret Service agent and but this is adorable You're actually assuming that on any level this is about getting to the truth or justice You're still a recovering law enforcement officer I'm dry bro grasping I'm grasping at striking man It's the same reason you're right in your book Why thank you Your grasp of me can still save the culture and you've got hope I've got a little bit of hope I'm sorry go ahead I know I know I know There's a 12 step program for that somewhere I think But I mean this comes on the heels of you know there's this story that came out this week that in 2015 2016 hundred Biden was literally filming videos with himself and Russian escorts Prostitutes that are $10,000 a hit which probably would trace back to some Russian oligarchs and certainly maybe potential Putin and blackmail fodder Maybe that's why this prostitution ring might exist And if you look at the timeline of when this is alleged to have occurred this is right when they told us for three years that Putin had a tape of Trump and doing water sports with Russian prostitutes And that's to run and have him infiltrate our election process and be a Russian agent to steal an American presidential election at the same time they claimed that they claimed this narrative for three years It was actually true but Hunter Biden was doing it and self taping it while he was doing it I mean everything that they always doing they do Every single time And I think that's why a lot of Americans aren't watching it I have not watched a nanosecond of it You know I've got a cream rinse to try and there's lotions and other things I want to look at And chamomile tea selection Your wife purchased that you want to check out today without getting a Steve dance

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NYPD's sex crime unit under investigation after victims say they were shamed and traumatized by officers

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

NYPD's sex crime unit under investigation after victims say they were shamed and traumatized by officers

"Federal review has been launched into the New York police department's sex crime unit AP correspondent Norman hall reports The Justice Department is investigating the NYPD's treatment of sex crime victims after concluding there is significant justification to do so Prosecutors say there have been reports of deficiencies for more than a decade The investigation will be led by the Justice Department's civil rights division and federal prosecutors in New York They will gauge whether the unit engages in a pattern of gender bias policing There will also be a review of policies procedures and training for investigations of sexual assault crimes U.S. attorney Damien Williams in Manhattan said sex crime victims deserve the same rigorous and unbiased investigations of their cases that

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NY lawsuit against ghost gun dealers

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

NY lawsuit against ghost gun dealers

"New York sues ten ghost gun dealers selling parts online to people in the city and state where it's illegal State attorney general letitia James says gun makers must be held accountable especially in the wake of the Supreme Court striking down New York's concealed weapons law Prayers words just not enough It requires action Mayor Eric Adams says the NYPD has seized a 180 ghost guns so far this year alone These are dangerous weapons We should not think these are just kids used for hobbyists they're being used by murderers Adam says undercover investigators were able to make online purchases and in the city and state it's illegal to sell components that are needed to make untraceable guns Julie Walker New York

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How to Support Peter Navarro's Legal Fund

The Dan Bongino Show

01:20 min | 2 months ago

How to Support Peter Navarro's Legal Fund

"Having been a former federal law enforcement officer And NYPD at the time It is pretty common practice to not alienate the people you want to arrest Why And whether it's Peter Navarro or Billy the Kid it doesn't matter If they're cooperative and they're nonviolent what you typically do is you call the attorney you had an attorney and you set up a time We'll meet you at the house at this time and then you go and you tell the Marshalls what time are you going to bring them in The magistrate wood knows what time the initial appearance is You don't lock someone up in an airport for a I mean nonviolently this was a nothing burger but that's what happened to you Well it's worse than that Dan And by the way forgive me for saying this but I've got this new book called taking back Trump's America on Amazon And it's like I mentioned defense funds Folks out there here my story taking back Trump's American Amazon If you want to support me that's the way to go But here's what happens On Tuesday last week I filed a civil suit which basically challenges this witch hunt kangaroo committee on Capitol Hill which is all it's trying to do is build a phony criminal case against Trump so he can't be in The White House in 2024 That's what's going on there I filed this civil suit on a constitutional

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John Solomon Discusses Peter Navarro's Arrest by the FBI

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | 2 months ago

John Solomon Discusses Peter Navarro's Arrest by the FBI

"He is the founder. He is the editor in chief of just the news dot com a good friend of the show. You can follow him at J Solomon reports. John, welcome back to America first. Good to be with you, Seb. So when you see other people being held in contempt of Congress, in fact, former attorney generals like Eric holder actually go on book tours and give speeches because I don't know that Democrats and then Pete and Navarro is arrested put in cuffs and shackles despite the fact that he literally lives a couple of blocks from the FBI headquarters. In your history of covering this city, have you seen the like before? Yeah, listen, this is becoming a repeated story here. A dual justice system in Washington and in America quite frankly, think about this on the same weekend that Peter Navarro shackled up for what's essentially the administrative crime, right? I'm not complying with a subpoena. A woman who threw a molotov cocktail into an NYPD car gets a lenient plea deal. Just think about that. She put lives at jeopardy. He simply didn't comply with a piece of paper. And again, I understand they're both crimes, but at least alleged crimes. But we continue to see this assessment trial, gave us plenty of great examples, right? Once again, you see Mike sussman has a relationship with the FBI that isn't disclosed during the trial. They've got a secret compartmentalized secure facility that they and the FBI keeping up at their law firm, something that comes out after the trial, the coziness, the double standard, the two systems of justice are apparent every

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Man fatally shot on New York subway train; suspect at large

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Man fatally shot on New York subway train; suspect at large

"A random shooting on a New York City subway Sunday just before noon leaves a Brooklyn man dead and police searching for his shooter Police say 48 year old Daniel Enrique was sitting in the last subway car of the Q train as it was crossing the Manhattan bridge from Brooklyn on his way to brunch according to reports NYPD chief of department Kenneth Corey says witnesses tell police the gunman was pacing up and down And without provocation pulled out a gun and fired it at the victim at close range He says witnesses tell them there was no prior contact between the two the gunman fled at canal street police have video from the station and released photos Enrique worked for Goldman Sachs which says he was a beloved member of the company and they are devastated Julie Walker New York

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What Are the Driving Motives for Showing up to Polls This November?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:46 min | 3 months ago

What Are the Driving Motives for Showing up to Polls This November?

"And then we were talking about Ed was talking about inflation being the driving motivating factor for people going to the polls, this November, and he said, what's the other factor, Mike? And I told him I think it's rampant crime. We're seeing stuff happen that was unimaginable in this country. Things are happening to this country that are unrecognizable. I told you the story about my apartment in New York City across the street is a Dwayne Reed, of course it's a pharmacy, drugstore, retail store. And they've had so much trouble with people, the smash and grabs, people think they can walk in with a garbage bag, clear the shelves of items and just stroll out of the store and nobody will stop them. So they had an NYPD officer stationed inside the Dwayne Reed. A police officer, an NYPD officer standing there and thank goodness because the smashing grabs stopped, well, the Democrat administration evidently decided that's not a good use of having a cop. That's not a good use of that resource, so they yank the police officer out of the Dwayne Reed. No more police presence. Guess what started up again? In fact, the doorman at my apartment building told me every single day the same guy goes into the Dwayne Reed with a garbage bag. Clears the items of the clears the shelves start walks out, reportedly, if anybody says anything to him, he says Black Lives Matter. And then the person kind of backs off and he walks away.

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Eric Adams on Rising Crime: I Thought Black Lives Mattered

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Eric Adams on Rising Crime: I Thought Black Lives Mattered

"But he has a good question This is a question that we've asked here on many occasions Cut sex go As the NYPD was searching for this suspect in the subway shooting yesterday there were more than a dozen shootings in the city last night and not to mention the shootings that we've seen recently of young innocent people some older as well being shot on the streets of New York How do you get a handle on this crime in this city mister mayor Bobby and consistent with our message Here's my question that I put out to the city I felt Black Lives Matter We are all those who stated Black Lives Matter Then go do an analysis of who was killed or shot last night I was up all night speaking to my commanders in The Bronx in Brooklyn The victims were black Many of the shooters were black So I asked the question that was asking me when I was a child It's 10 a.m. 10 p.m. do you know where your children are Why are 16 17 and 18 year olds out in our streets armed with guns 12 1 o'clock at night When are we going to start asking these serious questions If black lives matters then there are thousands of people I saw on the street When Floyd was murdered should be on the street right now state stating that the lives of these black children that are dying every night matters

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Man arrested in Brooklyn subway attack, charged with terror

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Man arrested in Brooklyn subway attack, charged with terror

"A a a a man man man man accused accused accused accused of of of of shooting shooting shooting shooting ten ten ten ten people people people people in in in in a a a a Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn subway subway subway subway station station station station in in in in New New New New York York York York has has has has been been been been arrested arrested arrested arrested a a a a day day day day after after after after the the the the shooting shooting shooting shooting mayor mayor mayor mayor Eric Eric Eric Eric Adams Adams Adams Adams declared declared declared declared we we we we got got got got him him him him is is is is Frank Frank Frank Frank James James James James chief chief chief chief of of of of detectives detectives detectives detectives James James James James Essig Essig Essig Essig said said said said he he he he was was was was taken taken taken taken into into into into custody custody custody custody in in in in Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan based based based based on on on on a a a a tip tip tip tip NYPD NYPD NYPD NYPD patrol patrol patrol patrol officers officers officers officers from from from from the the the the ninth ninth ninth ninth precinct precinct precinct precinct responded responded responded to to to Saint Saint Saint marks marks marks and and and First First First Avenue Avenue Avenue where where where they they they apprehended apprehended apprehended him him him without without without incident incident incident in in in recent recent recent months months months James James James railed railed railed in in in online online online videos videos videos about about about racism racism racism mental mental mental health health health and and and violence violence violence Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn U. U. U. S. S. S. attorney attorney attorney Briand Briand Briand piece piece piece pointed pointed pointed out out out one one one federal federal federal charge charge charge against against against James James James which which which prohibits prohibits prohibits terrorists terrorists terrorists and and and other other other violent violent violent attacks attacks attacks against against against mass mass mass transportation transportation transportation systems systems systems he he he says says says there there there are are are no no no signs signs signs James James James was was was tied tied tied to to to any any any terror terror terror organization organization organization the the the motive motive motive for for for the the the attack attack attack remains remains remains unclear unclear unclear I'm I'm I'm a a a Donahue Donahue Donahue

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NYPD Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell Speaks on Subway Shooter

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 4 months ago

NYPD Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell Speaks on Subway Shooter

"All right here comes the commissioner Here we go And a hatchet Also found is a liquid we believe to be gasoline and a bag containing consumer grade fireworks and a hobby fuse About an hour ago detectives located a U haul van in Brooklyn that we believe is connected to the suspect At this time we still do not know the suspect's motivation Clearly this individual boarded the train and was intent on violence We are conducting a highly coordinated investigation that includes NYPD detectives The FBI NYPD joint terrorism task force and the ATF who have been instrumental in tracing the firearm and ballistics The suspect is a dark skinned male and was wearing a neon orange vest and a gray colored sweatshirt We do have a person of interest in this investigation But we need the public assistance with additional information We're asking anyone with information to call crime stoppers at 805 7 7 tips We know this incident is of grave concern to New Yorkers We can not lose sight of victims in this city We will use every resource we can to bring those to justice who continue to prey on the citizens of New York

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Matt Palumbo: The Left Are Primary Beneficiaries of Corporate Money

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 5 months ago

Matt Palumbo: The Left Are Primary Beneficiaries of Corporate Money

"You know when it comes to Soros I find it ironic that when you write a book like you did backed up thoroughly resource with facts and footnotes That the left in order to get you to stop talking about one of their big donors will claim ridiculous absurdities like oh it's anti semitism which is hilariously stupid on its face Especially when it comes to me and you people who have actively supported I mean it's just a joke But it's really strange If you happen to be a conservative who happens to be black you're also a racist right away So you can't win the argument You are a minority group and you're a conservative You're definitely a racist Yet if you're a conservative regardless of what you've done historically to back minorities speaking about any liberal you are definitely an anti semite It's a lose lose isn't it Pretty much It is hilarious that I mean for the past I know 20 years preceding the past 5 the last was very vocal about getting money out of politics And I think in the most recent elections I go they realize that the primary beneficiaries of it I mean I remember when put together a chart and it was just showing like the hundred most influential organizations in America which was like the NYPD we were various colleges There are big corporations And I think all but two older nations went to Democrats I think the NYPD and some other law enforcement agency were the only marginally right wing major institutions in the country So you know they are the beneficiaries of billionaire money We really only like a Sheldon adelson On our side who was also Jewish yet no one really called an anti semitic to criticize him So no I mean these people ultimately don't really believe anything when they're throwing these claims out

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RNC Research Posts Montage of Democrats Praising 'Defund the Police'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 5 months ago

RNC Research Posts Montage of Democrats Praising 'Defund the Police'

"This is a Montage from RNC research It's only a minute 20 This goes on for 6 minutes and 40 seconds We can't play the whole thing This is a minute and 20 of Democrats prominent Democrats from Gretchen Whitmer Yeah W JR Our audience up there in Michigan This is the dreadful governor you have This is her at the end talking about going to reallocate money away from the police You got London breed for a KSFO audience out there on the West Coast in San Francisco Yeah you may or out there Nancy Pelosi also for you west coasters out there You're going to hear a bunch of Democrats here Arguing for defunding the police These are the people that are going to fight for liberty here in Ukraine give me a break They can't even keep their own streets safe Check this out So we've been talking about defunding the police There's some issues that we ask police to do like mental health issues or policing in schools and all the rest that perhaps we can shuffle some of that money around Suck it up Be fun in the police has to happen We need to defund the police Mary Eric garcetti saying take some of the money from policing about a $150 million I applaud Eric garcetti for doing what he's done Not only do we need to disinvest for in place but we need to completely dismantle the Minneapolis police department So yes defund your butts Defund you Yes I support the reallocation of resources from NYPD We will be moving funding from the NYPD to youth initiatives and social services They are talking about reducing the allocation of resources to that department And I think every single city in this country ought to be thinking about the same thing Yes I support the defund movement I'm for responsible reallocation of resources And defund the police I think you do all those other things You don't need all the money that's going to the police department So yeah I mean the spirit of it I do support

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How Is Al Sharpton Seriously Complaining About Crime?

The Larry Elder Show

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

How Is Al Sharpton Seriously Complaining About Crime?

"Al sharpton. Complaining about crime, some guy goes into a story, steals ten stakes. I guess he's not a vegan. In our sharp and commented on it. And now I'll sharpen is being criticized for criticizing crime. By the way, Al sharpton also criticized Donald Trump for misinformation. Because Donald Trump apparently tore up documents on January 6th. Misinformation, this is a guy who, as you know, made his bones by falsely accusing a man of raping to one of Raleigh and by the by. Unlike Jussie Smollett, he was not prosecuted. For a fake hate crime. Despite all of the hundreds of hours of manpower put into this investigation by the NYPD. Is it too late? Has the statute of limitations run out?

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The Dan Bongino Show

01:03 min | 6 months ago

Testing 123 Testing 123 Testing 123 Testing 123 Testing 123 Testing 12

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Recalling New York Spanish Radio Debate With BLM Leaders and Retired Officers

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 6 months ago

Recalling New York Spanish Radio Debate With BLM Leaders and Retired Officers

"But a few days ago and I put this on my social media at rich Felder with an S a few days ago There's a big Spanish station in New York City Music station You know Saddam and Angie reggaeton that type of thing I listened to that to keep my mind right you know Because it consumed so much political talk And I was listening And you know I listen again for the songs and the humor and the jokes It's always a good show And they're talking about coming up next we've got the leader of BLM and two retired NYPD detectives And they're having this spanglish bilingual Spanish debate between Beale and I was Florida Some of the best radio I've heard in years Yes the board op did not know where the dump button was And so nothing was bleeped F bombs everywhere I mean the FCC must have had a field day if they were awake that day But I'll tell you this great programming they probably played one song per segment and really allowed this thing to go in and they went in And you know of course you know they kind of started with hey look we're talking about the murder of these officers who happen to be Hispanic and it's a Spanish station So it was a big deal And BLM hawk who was a hawk with his name hawk Newsom He starts with well let's talk about what the police are doing And I'm thinking hold on a second sir How about we talk about what just happened Because you're here to talk about the issues not necessarily blame the cops right It wasn't the cops that decided to go there and kill this guy He was the guy that decided to kill the cops when they were just doing their jobs And I'm not going to belabor this point But I found it interesting that it seemed like the majority of the callers that were calling in and the social media comments that all of the Hispanics that were tuned into this they were pro police They weren't like the pro crime DA that you have in New York

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"nypd  " Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:55 min | 10 months 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 TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

01:58 min | 1 year 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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"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 Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:22 min | 1 year 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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"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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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

07:56 min | 1 year ago

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

"You want to talk about. I mean do. I don't know if this is gonna be sloppy. This hot but an issue about an issue. I don't know how to know how to feel about this. But i'll work through it with you. I mean hash this shit out all right. Well let's go to the first. Let's so a person was killed in an overhaul killed so a call came in. It was the avenue area. Twenty four th and between twenty four and twenty second street west yeah A person called in suspicious activity which has one does as one does and ultimately just ended up with someone being killed by the hands of police officers again here which seems to be happening more and more chattering. I'm just gonna let janelle slade. A local anchor. Mainstay described the incident. And then we'll have a saint. John also described the incident as well. And then we'll kind of go off basically into the ether. Because i'm now because more details today surrounding an officer involved shooting in central billings last night that left one man dead. Cheap brick saint. John's has police responded to suspicious activity on the twenty two hundred block of avenue c around ten twenty last night where they make contact with rain. Known drug suspects saint. John told reporters during a press conference about an hour ago. Wild fighting with the officers as they were trying to take him into custody. The twenty nine year old box elder man pulled out a gun. And that's when the two officers fired multiple rounds. The suspect was taken to the hospital where he later died. His identity is not yet being released. Although none of the officers were wearing body cameras. Saint john says there were several dash cams rolling at the time and will be used as evidence for the investigation. So i guess to start with like the reporting on the incident itself. It's ten thirty at night obviously. Do maybe some suspicious shit sure. But just the way the Described the the people that are involved in the situation as basically you know guilty before anything could be divulged or any you know. This is the way that the reporting it kind of struck me initially. When i heard it when they were describing. What happened the way that they were describing was. Oh there was all these meth head assholes doing something suspicious between twenty four and twenty second and basically drawing conclusions before everything could come out. I you could say regardless of the fact they were following him or regardless they add previous warrants or whatever just the way that you reporting it is problematic in my mind. Yeah i kind of get. I don't know how to exactly work through it because obviously the rebuttal to that is well. That was a stolen car. These were known to the police. But still you're basically dehumanizing these people immediately without without even thinking about it. I don't even think they meant to do it. It's just the way to describe situation kind of jumped off the page for me. Yeah you wonder how that the the situation apparently where they turned into the parking lot of an apartment building and pop. The hood on the car turned into one of them dying right. That's an interesting and you know. Of course i wasn't there. I haven't seen the dash cam footage or the a cop cam footage. I mean the reporting says the dude pulled out a gun and pointed at the cops which doesn't make a lot of sense because he was on the ground on his stomach They were going to try to put him in handcuffs. Which i guess we have. Saint john describe. Let's listen to what this was a rapidly evolving incident that took place under thirty seconds and it could have been disastrous. I'm very relieved that i'll talk with free. Drug timid wanted to hit. That was stolen. Okay right there. Blake provide information on police procedures and evidence relevant so yeah him. What did he say. This could've turned disastrous. Could have been disastrous. Died was disaster. Disastrous diastrous one hundred percent bad human died. Good hands of another human case. We'll give you and the public a better understanding of what took place based on what we know right now. We are at the early stages of this investigation and it could take some time to complete. Our understanding of this incident may change as additional evidence collected and reviewed. We will update as needed understand that. We do not draw any conclusions whether the officers actions were consistent with policy or applicable law until the facts are known and the investigation complete at approximately ten twenty pm less night. Officers responded to the area of twenty-second west and avenue. C in regards to suspicious activity in the alley. The caller said three individuals arrived in two separate cars. We're acting suspiciously in the apartment complex covered parking area which is located in the alley. Four officers arrived shortly thereafter. Contact the suspects attempting to identify them and find out what they were doing. A male subject was outside of one of the cars and when the officers attempted to detain name and pat him down for weapons and put him in handcuffs or safety purposes. He refused to cooperate and comply. This is a standard procedure for officer safety and citizen safety as i said the mail refused to cooperate or comply with the instructions any invisible altercation took place resulting in the officers and the mail going to the ground while on the ground the mail continued to refuse to comply with instructions and follow at the officers. Who were trying to get his hands out from underneath his body during the struggle and officer deployed his taser but had no effect the male refuse to producers hands which were underneath his body as she lay face down as some point during the struggle. The meal was able to pull a semiautomatic handgun from his waistband area and pointed at the officers. One of the officers saw the gun. And y'all morning to the others officers disengaged and to fired multiple rounds striking the man the officers security them then rendered i dane until medical assistance arrived. He was transported to the hospital where he later died of his wounds..

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

The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

07:18 min | 1 year ago

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

"Himself so he could buy hookers and blow And fly an airplane to iowa so it could be president for about six months. that's a patch. Which steve there's too. Many steve's a lot of steve's also there's a very old movie from the well not very old it's from the ninety s it's called the dow of steve and it's all based around the idea that any dude named steve is really cool because like there's like three examples which isn't that great a sample size should watch it okay but the recent election has disproven that movie stif so the cares act funding flowing into the city. Don't exactly know hurry up and wait thing. Pretty much billings. Mets got some money. The faa sent money to the airport. Some grant funds for some operating costs of the airport since nobody. That's going to be. I think the next year to follow what happens to all the airlines exactly. Yeah that's going to be a little interesting. I do think that there's going be a healthier bounce than expected on those. Because i think the folks who can afford are going to want to travel over. And then i think the falafel be a year following that when everybody has traveled and is now out of money. That's just my dumb ass prognostications. Okay cliff notes of that one to october twelfth showing. It's a regular business meeting. If you're new to the podcasts or regular bid business meeting here in the city means that actual decisions get made. Motions and votes accessions are going to discuss. Things basically both are like a work session if you watched any city council meetings because they just go off on tangents were sort of glaze over and like. Why am i doing with my and when they're talking Guess if there's a core anywhere they can actually make motion and vote or something like that. That the case. I know they can't be as we advertised to the public that they're meeting. If there's more than more than four. i think you can and can make like actual decisions. Maybe the can. I don't know. I think maybe that is but if there's more than four of them it has to be advertised in planned ahead so if you want to invite somebody to the opening of your grocery store the you can only you can pick for just four One of the bigger ones on there. That niece called for some reason was the three hundred thousand dollars on behalf of the homeland security gave us three hundred thousand or tweet gave herself three hundred thousand dollars. Yeah that makes sense for drone drone piloting program cool. Yeah all right. He's worried that these drones we're going to go up and then we're going to have to call matt rosedale and he's going to come down with his rifle everytime drone went up and shoot it down because because he's the only that's what he does and that's yeah but now these are only for like emergency stuff so if someone gets lost on. The river flipped over on the rims. Or something they can't get people down into they can deploy that drone and flight round and find him. Kind of the idea the guy describing. It's a niece had an extremely hot mic. I mean he was screaming into the computer screen was it was a little little much. Liked that idea to. Its little something to throw in there to break up the monotony. Sure does what else was in this one. A new lighting on twenty-seventh there if you ever if you've driven up twenty-seventh recently. They've tore a pretty much every single intersection sidewalk. Obviously now the time to do. I've been when twenty inches of snow falls and you won't be able to do shit until spring could go wrong. Sure status quo. It's fine all twenty seventy s Zone change got moved. Limits of annexation. Map That was presented as well. They're trying to plan for inner belt. Loop and future expansion with a lot of detail on that one joe way to go. You're welcome october nineteenth. Let's do twenty twenty one legislative preparation spoiler alert. They're just going to focus on the budget. There's not going to be. I don't know what they're expecting to happen exactly. I mean they're not going to discuss local option. They're not going to discuss. We'd stuff it's going to be. Oh shit. something's coming down the pipe here next year. How do we prepare for that. I think that'd be the focus of that. So there you go there. You got your legislative update. I mean we go through the thing. I printed out of the league city in towns things that the legislature legislature should focus on. But i mean thirty pages very dry. What's the name of the young lady in young fella who were giving the update any melas. Apparently flex and greg darlington. Have you read amy's have you looked at amy's last name. Spelling g. r. m. o. l. i. jesus over g. r. m. o. l. i. j. easy. Yeah grandma is yeah. it's amazing. I any spell the traditional way m e. Yeah sure why not. I sat across from her at a table in Why he works at a law firm. Yeah the fucking redo it. No no i. Wasn't helena for the okay for the legislative session two years ago and we were discussing some very heavy things but i couldn't look from her. God goddamn named tag gamy. I i got that. That's no problem. I'm with you on the amy part. What the grandma. Grandma grandma kicked grizzly amateurs. I drove up. There took a busload of folks up there. Think we left town of like i dunno five. Am or something. like that. And i drove out there and it was rough. I was seeing stars anyway. She's very knowledgeable. She's fantastic starts but she's asleep through street right edges just not yet like a not a hook at reach over and slam your head against yup right in the forehead there. I deserved it. Probably what rediscussing the public incapacitation stuff at who dealt with central episodes ago. Look it up.

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

The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

07:59 min | 1 year ago

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

"Ever read are better than a slide dick expectations and obligations quad. So that was i. Think many as attempt ad council members to see what's on their mind and maybe see if that goes anywhere just turned into kind of shit show bagel folk and ugly mess ugly mess the got off on a tangent and no one could corral back. No one leads the meetings. It's hard to believe that that group would get off on a tangent. Okay sorry i was thinking all day today about how this is just an opinion show. Sometimes i don't think that's actual information. You all know how i feel. And plus who gives a fuck. How i feel but i do. Thanks buddy appreciate that. It's just there's just a couple of members of city who have really warned me out but it's okay it's going to be fine this thing the breath just let them happen. Just let them have whatever say they need to say. Take one hundred percent control. The meeting take over. That's kind of. I think the impetus that the whole expectation expectations and obligations qualities is to put a glaring note on that. Nobody actually runs the meeting. People just ask very wide ranging questions and often ether we go Yeah no real direction. Yeah no one takes the reins really. How long does candidates tried to a couple of times. She's like well. We're getting a way off base. That's we're in the weeds. Basically can we focus on this and no. It's not what happen. go fuck off. I need drank wants to talk about. Causation correlation with. Go with numbers. That's favorite thing to do. I think right now. I think we should stop testing as many cases step one. We've got a one three hundred of the population of america in montana. And we've got one fiftieth of the cases on a daily basis. That's pretty exciting. that is. it's something's happening in together. Come on come on buildings speaking. That's all not join hands and no. I'm trying to think of something clever. Social distance across america social distance. There you go speaking of just focused derailing and going off on tangents state saying stupid shit. That's what i just did. Complete streets one of the notes. I made that The mayor at least known as the active transportation planner here at the city. Our nice lady fantastic very knowledgeable perfect for the position incredibly smart very good at her job there ago from mayor caller elsie at the beginning. Sure why not. She didn't correct him. I wouldn't do that but she is very quiet. First name is elise mo mo mo at least at least that's the only note that one other than niece challenging her data. Saying you need to have more than i forget. What the fuck exactly. But you need to have basically man splaine how you collect data once he do for a living again He does like swipe fees at a square reader. Yeah okay so yeah so. He's basically concerned that all the data collected was with bunk just on one little section of it which required melissa henderson and healthy by design. And and lisa's well to write them an email. That explains all the data collection and all that information which is which is totally fine. Sure but to call him out and just to sort of explain man's pointed to them. This is how you collect data and this is how i wanna see it. Just kind of fucking annoying. He's like he have said i noticed. On some of these arrays like a low you know percentage or low amount of people that you dated from. Why was that and could you get back to me. Maybe in an email with your data collection process or something like that rather than going on a five minute diatribe basically going down somebody which is completely annoying being a shitty old white dude incredibly intelligent younger ladies Kind of gets on the track of like no one takes control the meetings and it just goes off on tangents where people just sort of half fall asleep which. I'm pretty convinced now that most of them do watching zoom meetings. Oh yeah because there's multiple screens are watching at the same time it's hypnotic. It is very hypnotic. Look away. And i'm guessing they're young and watching young sheldon some shitty. Ncis fucking new orleans dot com show. You went that direction much direction. That's very good. One councilmember brown like sets up shop. I think in the middle of his living room where his wife is watching. Tv so every time he starts talking. You can hear audibly going on in the background. Usually i'm guessing. His wife is watching some sort of tv show. And it can sorta here the dialogue and forth nice so it's very confusing when he starts talking and then you hear david caruso talking or something. I think it's nice that we can stay up on american ninja warrior. Well we watch. I mean sitting world really amazing. It's amazing american city council warrior. That'd be fantastic. Would win hands down frank okay. Think he's got some upper body strength that we don't know about. Have you seen him grow through some thickets ever. Let's take a big fuck off on the side of hawthorne optimistic. There's a fantastic jungle gym down there. They stopped and played on on the clock. And i'm not worried. Because i don't think my boss listens to this testing a high. It was fantastic. They've got like a little Zip-line emulator basically it. Just sit on it instead of hang on it so much fun and then there's like this weird big spider net thing that you can crawl through. It's fantastic we take all fucking tent. Well eleven because you have to have an odd number a tie this is true and take them all down there and just time and see how they do. that's great we can just. We can figure out each ward. How how much money they are allocated every year in the in the budget and we can just put a little incentive on their time a little. Okay i think the heights people would be quite surprised how much they have to do. Three hundred thousand people who live in the heights and we all bleed and vote did you. They've been trying for the inner belt loop for one hundred seventy one years now. This is true. Did you know that. I got nothing. What else is on their cares. Act update from andy finance director at the city. How's that going. I didn't hear any You know there's a lot of money out. Let's see a fiscal fix the city billions. It's been awarded thirty three million calendar year twenty twenty directly related the cares act funding passed by congress and signed into law march. Twenty seven two thousand twenty. The cares act provided over two trillion economic relief to the american people from the public health and economic impacts of covid. Nineteen i've heard. According to youtube steve daines sent a lot of that one hundred twenty million dollars to his chinese companies. Well according to my youtube source steve bullock Got a whole bunch of money sent to his brother's firm then he got a kick back to.

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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 NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:16 min | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"nypd " Discussed on 710 WOR

"NYPD is stepping up enforcement on speeding this weekend well last week and they were six traffic fatalities in New York City officials say most of these involve drivers going high rates of speed another beautiful weekend weather wise and lots of pedestrians and bicyclists expected out so police say NYPD highway patrols and local precinct officers are stepping up enforcement on speeders they also want drivers to turn slowly and yield to pedestrians and keep an alert eye out for motorcyclists it's all part of the city's warm weather weekend safety campaign I'm Scott Pringle doubly Ortiz the Yankees beat the Indians three to two they play again at one OO five and it's Marianna Rivera hall of fame replica plaque day Mets lost to the Royals four to one back in action tonight at seven fifteen in Kansas city here's your W. all our weather channel forecast temperatures will run pretty close to average on this Saturday with a high of eighty one and mostly cloudy sky there will be a slight chance for a thunderstorm a few breaks in the clouds this evening with an overnight low of seventy three after partly cloudy start to Sunday scattered thunderstorms may develop into the afternoon high of eighty five sunny and hot Monday with a high near ninety I meteorologist Jeff mark next news at eleven breaking news at once start your day with Len Berman and Michael regal in the morning six till ten Monday I'm a show of ball on seven ten W. O. R. and NBC news radio station losing money in the stock market roller coaster frustrated with the government taxing you into oblivion worried about inflation how do you prepare for so many financial uncertainty welcome to the show that will help you develop your game play the financial quarterback with Josh Josh is a noted financial adviser and president of the advisory group and he's here to answer your questions call into the show at eight hundred three two one zero seven eight hundred three two one zero seven ten now let's kick off your financial future years Josh Gillespie Josh Billings the financial quarterback and we're taking your calls at eight eight eight nine eighty Josh if you want a quick scoring app today which will I'll be giving away to those of you who want your risk review so get your hands dirty figure out how riskier top five holdings are of your portfolio and we got a call coming in Tom on social security go at Tom hi you know I was just learning what your thoughts were on if you if you're all set retirement I'm comfortable with the money I have invested where it's invested but I haven't taken social security yet and I will be sixty four this year it usually is this is sort of a another question I've got a son is in a wheelchair now's wanting if there's any way you can have some or all of your social security benefits pass.

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