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"Since the pandemic began. The city has been housing some homeless people in hotels instead of traditional shelters, Mayor De Blasio says, though that's not a permanent fix. While we're dealing with this crisis until people are vaccinated, then once we get through that we're going to course start to move out of those hotels and go back into the shelter system. We're gonna constantly try and reduce the number of people in shelter with all the other tools we have. We'll have a lot more to say on that in the coming weeks, but I think we're gonna have an opportunity here to be creative and continue to get people to other better housing. When a reporter asked him about simply turning the hotel's into shelters, the mayor said the city could much better would much rather convert the properties into affordable housing units. To Capitol Hill now on the latest on the stimulus talks. Guess what, folks? There are no stimulus talks. Things broke down pretty bad in the minority leader. Schumer's as the Trump Administration should have taken a more cooperative approach, negotiate with Democrats and meet us in the middle. Don't say it's your way or no way. And if we do that we can accomplish a whole lot of things, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says. Now that talks have broken down, the president will take accent. Personally. People have run out of the enhanced unemployment, so that is something we will recommend an executive order on Relates to rental foreclosures. We will recommend it executive order on that and also student loans. The president has tweeted, he says. Pelosi and Schumer only interested in bailout money for poorly run Democrat cities and states. Nothing to do with China virus. $1 trillion. No interest. We are going a different way. Democrats say that's what they wanted in the first place. The NYPD was involved in a tense standoff today with black lives matter. Activists in Hell's kitchen cops in riot gear, helicopters and police dogs were all on the scene as Derek Ingram refused to let officers enter his apartment without a warrant. Ingram live stream the whole thing at one point saying, What did I do? I was born black. The police eventually left without arresting him, and NYPD spokeswoman says the officers were trying to take take Ingram into custody. For assaulting an on officer, though they released no other details about that alleged assault. Actuate.
New York City has had more shootings so far this year than in all of 2019
"Five months into the New year and five months until the New Year Sorry, and New York City has already seen. Twenties. More shootings in 2020 in all of 9 2019 New York Post compiled NYPD data, They say last year's total of 776 was passed last night. 24 year old man bleeding from a gunshot wound walked through the Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx, reportedly told police he was at 135th and Alexander Avenue outside the Mitchell houses in Mott haven when he heard gunfire and felt the pain. All of that came after a bloody start to the weekend. Four people were killed in a 12 hour period killings. All separate incidents began at six Friday night in Washington Heights, Someone stabbed 48 year old Telmo Ruiz in an apartment hallway. Then at 10:40 p.m. Here in the Soundview section of the Bronx, 21 year old Shaquan Wilson was shot to death while playing dice at the corner of Rosedale and Rattle avenues five days after becoming a father for the first time. Mourners later gathered here, including Thomas Alva, good person like he was loving. He cared about everybody like even to make sure everybody was happy like This is unbelievable. Like a hit found you hauling the killings continued a 34 year old man shot in the East Chester Gardens playground in the bronze at 1:30 a.m. At 6 30 A 35 year old man is shot outside as Far Rockaway Queens apartment Just Sean speaking for many, like when is going to stop, and then about being shocked? Mom was like Ferraro for
Fresh update on "nypd" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Kind of lenient because he knows that catch public transportation but Be on time is really good. Things just got to take everything in stride. It's nothing to do about it. Now. Montclair. There's so much debris still in the roads, many already piling up at the curbs on their front lawn, officials say. Take your time, though they're setting up a special collection. Pick it all up. On August 19th Glenn Schuck, 10 10 wins here in Montclair. Police are looking for a man has been going around robbing taxis at gunpoint in Brooklyn. There have been at least seven holdup. So far. No one's been hurt. The NYPD has released video and photos of the suspect. You, Khun See them a 10 10 wins dot com In Milwaukee and Oversight board is demoted Police chief Alfonso More Alice After questioning how he handled multiple incidents, they included ordering officers to fire tear gas and pepper spray at protesters. Wins news time. 3 26 now. Bloomberg MoneyWatch on 10 10 wins. Here's Andrew All day Stock indexes have been down and they remain down here inside the final trading our down losing 33 B 500 up seven NASDAQ Down more than 1% 122 points. The labor market gain ground last month more slowly, with a rolls up by almost 1.8 million beating estimates the economy would and 1.5 1,000,000 jobs. The unemployment rate fell more than predicted to 10.2%. But that has investors worried that the positives in the report could ease pressure on politicians to reach their deal on more Corona virus aid. Vester is also watching carefully President Trump's latest attack on Chinese tech companies and it's playing to sanction Hongkong's chief executive for a crack down there. Financial uncertainty hitting Americans is showing up in the Census Bureau survey. More than 1/4 of adults in the U. S missed rent or mortgage payments last month and little more than 1/3 day. They have little to no confidence they could make the payment this month, either. Right now. The Dow losing 32 Bloomberg Money want to 26 56 past every hour. Amanda Rhodey, 10. 10 wins wins News Time 3 27 She is.
New York City shootings rage as New York, Queens endure bloody weekend
"Five Five months months into into the the New New year year and and five five months months until until the the New New Year Year Sorry, Sorry, and and New New York York City City has has already already seen. seen. Twenties. Twenties. More More shootings shootings in in 2020 2020 in in all all of of 9 9 2019 2019 New New York York Post Post compiled compiled NYPD NYPD data, data, They They say say last last year's year's total total of of 776 776 was passed last night. 24 year old man bleeding from a gunshot wound walked through the Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx, reportedly told police he was at 135th and Alexander Avenue outside the Mitchell houses in Mott haven when he heard gunfire and felt the pain. All of that came after a bloody start to the weekend. Four people were killed in a 12 hour period killings. All separate incidents began at six Friday night in Washington Heights, Someone stabbed 48 year old Telmo Ruiz in an apartment hallway. Then at 10:40 p.m. Here in the Soundview section of the Bronx, 21 year old Shaquan Wilson was shot to death while playing dice at the corner of Rosedale and Rattle avenues five days after becoming a father for the first time. Mourners later gathered here, including Thomas Alva, good person like he was loving. He cared about everybody like even to make sure everybody was happy like This is unbelievable. Like a hit found you hauling the killings continued a 34 year old man shot in the East Chester Gardens playground in the bronze at 1:30 a.m. At 6 30 A 35 year old man is shot outside as Far Rockaway Queens apartment Just Sean speaking for many, like when is going to stop, and then about being shocked? Mom was like Ferraro for what is going to be done. Roger Stern, 10. 10 wins and sound view the
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"The armed security provided by the NYPD D that he's so sick and tired of cars. He can't wait to get out of office because he's never buying a car again. And he suggests all New York City residents that they don't go out and buy new cars. Use cars. Why don't we just shut down all the dealerships? That would be his dream? Kind of like shutting down the police department is his wife Stream fender benders. Demolition Derby rejects The guy is out of his mind, You know. Unfortunately, there are too many in the City Council. He who don't call him out and take him to task for that. We'll break it all down to you. And then Trump says its guns and God and says the Biden is ungodly. Dirty and sit in the morning..
New York Lawmakers Look To Do Away With Open Container Laws
"There are calls to do away with New York's open container laws with bars and restaurants now allowed to serve alcoholic drinks to go. WCBS is Steve Burns has been looking into this for us, and he joins us now. Steve, where these calls coming from. Kalinda. We know there are now Bill's in Albany, one of the Assembly one in the Senate that would repeal open container laws for the duration of the Koven emergency, and they really stand out of the belief The government is essentially contradicting itself. Right now, bars and restaurants are now allowed to serve alcoholic drinks to go as you said, some of them are doing itjust through. You know, a front window and supporters here say this is the government really telling you to break the law that public drinking was going to be inevitable with this going on? There's also a belief that banning outdoor drinking is going to lead to people gathering indoors, which is obviously much more dangerous in terms of spreading the Corona virus. Well, there are numbers available around how open container laws are being enforced now. So what do those numbers tell us, Right? That's AH, That's the other big part of this call that the ones who are paying the price for this a restaurants that are already struggling to survive. And disproportionately people of color. As we see. In the NYPD data, Gothamist published some numbers on the NYPD enforcement Since January, 91% of summonses went to people of color, black and Hispanic people, 7% went toe white people, which is obviously well out of whack from the general population. The other concern is restaurant enforcement. The state has been focusing most of its efforts on the city. Even though there's no evidence the problem is any worse here than anywhere else in the state. These lawmakers say We shouldn't be making life even harder for these restaurants that are struggling to survive as it
Fresh "Nypd" from Brian Lehrer
"Tenancy in put together one and, you know, we found out about all of these just through various social media. Handles and promoters. And that one was wonderful. One of the chance that we said was Change starts here at home that felt very important to be out and use your body and a way that we felt safe and honestly, everyone was Wearing masks than keeping apart even in a big crowd, And that has to be the last word. I apologize, Ryan, but thank you for that story. Thank you all for your really beautiful stories of Deciding to go out and protest for the first time despite the unknown risks. Of the pandemic Brain, Laurent WN y Seymour to come. We'll continue our summer Friday special after the break when we'll hear your stories of being an immigrant in the year of Covert and George Floyd also from callers who have left city life during the pandemics and things you bought and stop buying during locked down. But first it's the latest news. Live right now from the W. N B C news from Hi, Brian. Good morning. I am Sean Carlson from the W and my senior's room. Some residents in Queens are still without power after an outage early this morning. Con Ed says there's no electricity in the area around Middle Village and mass path for about 3400 customers. They have not yet determined. The cause. It comes after much of Upper Manhattan has lost power at about 5 15 this morning. Cruiser stored power about half an hour later. Utility says it's investigating a problem with their transmission system. In that incident, 126,000 customers in New York City in Westchester are still without power following Tropical Storm Lisa Yes. Kind of says they expect the vast majority will have it restored by Sunday afternoon, though son won't get it back until early next week. That my PT paid at least one informant to embed with recent protests against discriminatory policing. That's according to federal prosecutors, who charged a 24 year old protester with sabotaging a police van in July. They say the NYPD paid informant to befriend the protester. Gothamist reporter Jake often, Heart says that apartment commonly uses informants and has surveilled black lives matter Protests in the past, he says, This latest disclosure raises more questions. How many informants are out there or how long we've been out there? Are they targeting specific people, or they're talking to activists. Waiting to find someone who ah might be considering committing a crime. Civil rights groups say they pay informants and or civil rights groups say paid informants are incentivized to encourage their targets to commit crimes. The NYPD has not responded to a request for comment on that. NYPD has ordered police officers to comply with investigations by the civilian Complaint Review Board into alleged officer misconduct. Police have refused to provide testimony as to the boards since April. Gotham's David Cruz says officers are supposed to be interviewed remotely due to the pandemic, but that police union said the process was unfair because it didn't allow officers to consult with their attorneys. They had stonewalled the C C R B for that reason alone, even though the chair of the C C R B Fred Davey had said that they had negotiated in good faith with the NYPD to develop such a system. C C. R B says it has to interview with East 900 officers and should take 12 weeks to clear the backlog. Those looking to enjoy a weekend at some of New Jersey's best known lakes might want to rethink those plans. The state's Department of Environmental Protection has flagged several lakes for risk of harmful algae blooms, including Lake, Pat Kahn and Greenwood Lake. Dr Mayan wuss that he's aquatic ecology at Montclair State University. She says runoff from big storms can help feed the blooms already spotted at several lakes. In New Jersey. We have a lot of town and still have come by to overflow system so when the precipitation is greater than the capacity of one.
New Yorkers demand answers after NYC protester arrested, thrown into unmarked van
"Were looking for some answers. Now, after plainclothes officers jump out of an unmarked van and whisk away a protester on the street. More from CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett. Currently there's no plan to deploy federal agents here to New York City, where demonstrations are planned for what will be a 60 full tonight since chilled Floyd was killed the use of plainclothes officers and that unmarked van in the NYPD playbook, although Mayor Bill de Blasio says, given the current climate with federal agents on the street It may not have been the best play video of the incident, sparking outrage on social media. The NYPD, he says the woman under arrest was wanted for spray painting the lenses of six police cameras.
Mayor Says Wrong Time And Place For NYPD To Arrest New York Protester In Unmarked Van
"Following Tuesday's early evening arrest of an 18 year old woman grabbed out of a crowd of peaceful protesters at 25th and second and forced into an unmarked van Pare. De Blasio is questioning the manor and timing of the actions of the NYPD warrant squad and says there will be a discussion with the police commissioner. This is rich land. Of the plainclothes warrant squad officers pulling the 18 year old protester into an unmarked van that there was blunt. I think it was the wrong time and the wrong place to effectuate that arrest. The mayor referred to federal agents actions in Portland, which he labeled as clearly inappropriate and thoroughly unacceptable. So anything that even slightly suggests that Is to me troubling and so kind thing that we don't want to see in this city. But as to whether the arrest itself apart from the circumstances was justified. De Blasio defended the NYPD D. The arrests as I understand it so far was for damaging police property. I want to affirm very clearly you. No one is allowed to damage police property That is a real offense that is an offence that can lead to an arrest. Mayor added. If you're out there, protesting protest peacefully.
New York police officers force protester into unmarked van, video shows: 'NYC is taking after Portland'
"And we began in Kips Bay with that video of a protest of being hauled off by police is setting off all kinds of shouts. On the surface. Even some officials say, it looks like that scene in Portland. You know where folks have complained that federal agents of snatch people off the streets allegedly without any I D or mark vehicles, But here in the city of Merida, Bastille says, No, This is not that. And while they're saying the arrest of the woman charged with vandalizing police vehicles might be Lawrence did. The way the police went about it turned some heads, even in the vehicle. They drove off in Juliet Papa now leading us off with the arrest, motive and the alleged questionable method. De Blasio says that no time or federal agents involved in the arrest or would they be, But he's not happy with the way it went down. I think it was the wrong time and the wrong place to effectuate that arrest. Protester Nicky Stone was taken into custody, accused of vandalizing police cameras in public property during prior demonstrations. Video shows the protester picked up by playing close members of the warrant squad while uniformed cops on bicycles surrounded the vehicle. Governor Cuomo also questioned the tactic. I'm surprised that especially at this time the NYPD the would take such an obnoxious action, the NYPD says Vandalism like that will never be tolerated.
New York police confirm arrest of protester in unmarked van
"The New York Police Department is confirming that officers arrested a protester and put her in an UN are unmarked Van videos of the episode on Social Media Show a group of plainclothes officers doing a protester during a demonstration in Manhattan and shoving her into an unmarked van. As the arrest took place. Tensions between officers and people on the streets escalated. The NYPD says the woman taken into custody was suspected of allegedly damaging police cameras around city Hall
Protester Nikki Stone Released From Police Custody Overnight After Video Captured Arrest In Unmarked Van In New York City
"And East 25th Street in Manhattan. Last night, a group claiming to fight for black liberation rallied Violence against the NYPD during this protest with police struck with rocks and bottles. An 18 year old transgender who identifies as a woman, 18 year old Nicky Stone was released from police custody at 1 a.m. She was given a desk appearance ticket after being charged with vandalism and criminal mischief. The charges in connection with allegedly vandalizing police cameras on two occasions during occupy protest demonstrations. NewYork City Council president Corey Johnson and other city officials are demanding answers about the aggressive actions by the warrant squad in an unmarked van and stones arrests. Video of that incident has gone viral, a
Outcry in New York after police force protester into unmarked van
"A video that has gone viral shows undercover officers, arresting a protester and tossing her into an unmarked minivan and chips of a pay last night. Some city officials are concerned and demanding answers. WCBS is Marla Diamond is joining us live with more And Michael. The video shows plainclothes police, forcing a young woman into an unmarked van here, a 25th street and second having you Mike Laster was among the protesters who watch the scene unfold. He spoke to CBS to Andi grabbed the changes in the woman and flee down, trying to separate myself from the officer and a protest alone My hands and stuff. After the incident, the NYPD explain the use of the unmarked van, saying the warrant squad uses unmarked vehicles to effectively locate wanted suspects if they had used a marked vehicle. The suspect may have fled. He also said on Twitter that the protester was wanted for spray painting over cameras in and around City Hall Park during protests there, and they say it was anything but a peaceful protests last night, with seven officers injured by thrown rocks and bottles for were injured so seriously, they were treated at a local hospital. Mayor deBlasio has yet to address the incident. But both the City Council speaker and public advocate tweeted last night that they are very disturbed at what they saw. They have both called for an investigation and we're
NYPD uses unmarked van to arrest woman accused of damaging police cameras
"Be the NYPD warrant squad that took a woman into custody issue was walking with protesters threw Kips Bay Tuesday afternoon, prompting some in the crowd to believe she'd been abducted since those who grabbed her. We're not in uniform, and she was forced into an unmarked grave minivan, CBS two's Jessica Layton spoke with a protester near the scene, a 25th and second Avenue, trying to separate myself from the office on a protest when he threw his bike. I just put a little in my hands. The stuff between the men in plain clothes and the unmarked Van Laster and others say it looks like a kidnapping. But the NYPD says the woman they arrested 18 year old Nicky Stone was wanted for spray painting the lenses of six police cameras during separate criminal incidents in and around City Hall Park. Police also say this squad uses unmarked vehicles to find wanted suspects, adding the arresting officers were assaulted with rocks and bottles. City Comptroller Scott Stringer took to Twitter to demand answers, as did public advocate Germany, Williams and Council manner. Councilmember Carlina Rivera, The NYPD offered an explanation on Twitter. Hours later, around 9 p.m.
New York Police Searching For 2 Children Allegedly Abducted In The Bronx By Their Parents Who Do Not Have Custody
"The search is on for two young Children believed to have been abducted by their parents who lost custody. Of all three of their youngsters. The NYPD eases the toddlers, ages two and four are from Virginia, and we're visiting their maternal grandparent's their grandmother, Latifa. The right of veto, spoke to several reporters outside her home on Grace happened. I just want him to be returned safe, whether it's to me also the grandparents of Virginia just if their parents is watching this or if they happen to see. Just do the right thing. You're not helping yourself by doing this. I don't know what you guys were thinking. Even trying to attempt it. You guys kidnapped your Children. Leticia Beretta vied says the parents lost custody of their Children to their paternal grand parents, who also live in Virginia. Every summer, she says she and her husband got a week with the kids in the Bronx. They arrived this past Thursday. Investigators say the parrot showed up and took two of their three kids without warning, leaving their five year old son behind. A couple was last seen in 2008 Toyota Camry
One dead and two injured in Brooklyn shooting
"A teenager was killed in two others wounded in a shooting in Brooklyn just after 6 30 this evening, NYPD officers responded to a report of a shooting at home on Vermont Street, Crosby Avenue. In Cyprus hills. When they arrived, they found three teenagers shot police. A 16 year old boy who was shot in the head was pronounced dead at the scene. An 18 year old man who was also shot in the head. Is hospitalized in critical condition. A 17 year old boy was shot in the leg and was transported to a hospital in stable condition. So far, no arrests.
New York PD disperses protest encampment outside City Hall
"Justice and police reform protest that followed the death of George Floyd, which also brought an occupy city hall. Encampment Tomato Vlasios doorstep. Our Steve Burns has been covering this all week, and he spoke with Lynda Lopez on our Friday evening show with the 80 weekly Rewind. We are now weeks into the racial justice and police reform protests that have followed the death of George Floyd and here in New York. Movement also brought an occupy city hall encampment to marital Blasio's doorstep in lower Manhattan. Our Steve Burns has been covering this story all week. Now, Steve. Many people may not be paying the same level of attention, but the protests are ongoing. And take us back over what you saw over the last week. Right. They called an abolition plaza right outside City Hall on they had basically been camping out there for a month. This was right before talking late June when this started right before. The City Council started debating the budget, and the main purpose of this encampment was to call for a big reduction in the NYPD is budget they wanted to see. A $1,000,000,000 taken out of the NYPD is budget. The headline was that that happened. It's debatable whether there was some fuzzy math and some bathing and switching going on in the budget, But in any case, the budget was put into place on July 1st. But the encampment continued. A lot of people left. It shrunk in size and kind of turned into more of Ah, homeless encampment. Lot of resource is for homeless people. There was food. There were some artwork going on on the mission of the encampment didn't really resonate as much once the budget process was over, But Regardless, they stayed there. There was some questions about how long they would be allowed to stay there. They kind of straddle the line between protest and encampment. And I was kind of the political struggle that Mayor de Blasio found himself and he didn't want to be stifling anyone's First Amendment rights. At the same time. He has a history of Ah, dismantling encampments like this. And our colleague Rich Lam asked the mayor the day before. You know how long is this going to stay in place? And he basically said those same things that people have the right to protest. It's up to the NYPD. And the following night. About 3 30 in the morning. Early Wednesday morning, the NYPD came through shoulder to shoulder shields down and dismantle this encampment I got there right afterwards, There were still some people. They're kind of mingling on the periphery. They told me they got no warning whatsoever. The NYPD you just came through. And by the time I got there about an hour after it happened, they already pulled garbage trucks up to the plaza. We're loading Anything and everything into these garbage trucks, tables, chairs, clothing signs, all getting put right into the garbage truck. Some of these demonstrators told me this was Ah, you know, a special place there were Providing services for homeless people picking up the slack where the city wasn't performing, but The NYPD and its leadership basically said the time that come in a trunk in size. It wasn't as much of a protest anymore as it wasn't encampment, And they decided that when's Was the right time to do it. WCBS is
New York Gov. Cuomo To De Blasio: The Graffiti Has Got To Go, ‘Cleaning Up The City Is Important’
"And Governor Cuomo's telling Mayor de Blasio clean up the city, A lot of New Yorkers have been frustrated that anti police graffiti spray painted by protesters. Has been allowed to stay in the graffiti off the buildings. Detergent, power washer brush, get the graffiti off. The mayor ordered the NYPD he to clear out that encampment at City Hall this week. The buildings in that area have been cleaned. But other structures have been vandalized, telling the mayor the cleaning up the city. Is important. You have a lot of negativity in the air. Now. Positive progress move forward to blast you administration says it could take a few weeks to clean up the buildings because of the unique nature of the
New York Police Clear Occupy City Hall Encampment, Mayor Says ‘Health And Safety Issues Were Growing’
"After the city Hall Park encampment was dismantled. Protesters marched to City Hall, but we're forced to disperse when met by police not occupy city Hall. Protests that went on for a month no longer exists after police staged a predawn operation, clearing everyone out. Able to use. CBS reporter Steve Burns described a scene about 90 minutes after it was over over What What What had had had had been been been been an an an an encampment encampment encampment encampment filled filled filled filled with with with with people. people. people. people. Tense Tense Tense Tense signs signs signs signs is is is is now now now now just just just just an an an an empty empty empty empty plaza plaza plaza filled filled only only with with graffiti graffiti over over pretty pretty much much every every available available surface. surface. Sanitation Sanitation crews crews methodically methodically put put everything everything into into garbage garbage trucks. trucks. Now Now getting getting to to work work on on that that graffiti. graffiti. People People in in the the encampment encampment woke woke up up right right around around 3 3 32 32 police police wearing wearing helmets helmets with with shields, shields, telling them to get out or get arrested. NYPD chief of Operations race, Bonilla says it went smoothly. We felt the time had come to end occupation and allowed cleanup crews to begin the proper process of removing the graffiti. He says. They gave an advanced warning of atleast 10 minutes. Demonstrators here tell me this is direct evidence off. What they're protesting. What we saw here today was nothing short of No freedom. No Justin. The NYPD tells us seven arrests were made outside City
Virginia-to-New York City Gun Trafficking Ring Busted, Queens DA Says
"Guns have been been rounded rounded up up after after the the NYPD NYPD and and the the Queens Queens district district attorney attorney announced announced today today that that arrested arrested four four people people for for bringing bringing the the guns guns to to the the five five boroughs. boroughs. The The guns guns were were purchased purchased from from private private sellers sellers in in Virginia Virginia and and made made their their way way along. along. The The so so called called I I 95 95 iron iron pipeline pipeline to to New New York York City, City, says says Richard Richard Green, Green, with with the the NYPD NYPD is is Gun Gun suppression suppression unit. unit. These guns would have undoubtedly made their way. Hey to the streets of Queens and other New York City neighborhoods. But the highest bidder was an undercover detective who bought 23 guns from the alleged dealer, 35 year old Jessica, Hi, Linger at the Ravenswood houses and historian that detective put his personal safety in jeopardy. Time and time again for this case with a spike in shootings Queens, D A. Melinda Katz created the Violent Criminal Enterprises Bureau to aggressively target gun traffickers. For all of you that want to traffic a guns. And bring them from other places into the county of Queens. Queens, is is absolutely absolutely closed closed for for business business in in Kew Kew Gardens, Gardens, Queens, Queens, Marla Marla Diamond Diamond WCBS WCBS News News Radio, Radio, 8 8 80 80
New York Police Officers In Riot Gear Move In To Clear Occupy City Hall Encampment
"Out the occupy city hall encampment. Cops in riot gear moved in on those demonstrators at around 3 30 this morning. They gave them a 10 minute warning. Only seven people were arrested. Police say they gave those protesters the warnings before they swept through the area. There were a few issues. There were a few issues even hours after they moved through the encampment that's been around for weeks and just yesterday, our own rich Lam asked Mayor de Blasio. Why was still allowed to stay up? What makes that legitimate at this point? I mean, there's been all this graffiti that's been sprayed. Even on David and Jenkins building. I mean, would you like to see that encampment? And do you think they've made their point? Or is this just gonna be going going on for good? Rich Look, First of all the graffiti is just not acceptable and I want to be very clear Graffiti on public buildings will be removed period. We've been dealing with budget challenges. We can't do everything that we used to do in terms of private buildings, but graffiti on any public buildings. We won't allow it. We will remove it. Again. There is a balance. We always strike between the right to protest and especially public safety, and I always put public safety first while respecting constitutional rights. That decision will be made by the NYPD. As things emerge. We're looking at the situation every day. But again, I think we look at the specific facts of what's going on and then decisions will be made day by day, and the decision again made early this morning as Those officers moved in on the encampment at 3 30 Police say the area around city Hall will now remain closed as they allow cleaning crews to get rid of the graffiti and any other trash that was left behind that cleanup could take weeks. It's 10
NYPD clears 'Occupy City Hall' encampment
"Gear moved in on the occupy City hall encampment this morning. Demonstrators have been there for weeks. They came in. At about 3 30 Dozens of cops showed up and started making arrests are Steve Birds
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"Like what the hell did. The to the got in the way of them doing their jobs. The answer is well. They ran away now from an unmarked car from Marc car and a plainclothes policeman, but the way. So because they're minors. There's pay a central city office that needs to deal with the charges. So I I called that office and I said you guys Has a record of this. Have these kids been charged? And surprisingly enough the office came back and said No. We have no record of this. And, yet. and. What's more I followed up with the parents afterward and I was like I said the kids could charge. No, no nothing ever nothing ever happened. So. How do you think of this kind of like? Ask covering move. I think that that's one possibility. After pushing to figure out the NYPD side of the story and hitting so much resistance. Eric wanted to talk to other people involved in this incident. The boys who were detained. Eventually he got one of the boys to talk on the record. A kid named Devon. He's this very softspoken. Kid agreed to stick with me basically, because like his mom and the head of school in asked him to ease the head of the school. Pointed out to me the difference you know she double check never had any discipline or suspension of issues at school, and when she said that we were all sitting down, said Yeah I never even get in trouble at home. When you met with Denver and his mom was there. was she pursuing some kind of complaint process with the Police Department. So. Here's a crazy fact. She said to me first of all. She pointed out how traumatized, not just different has been, but she has been. She makes different. Call him when he goes down to the corner store 'cause she's worried about him being outside, and so she said you know been able to get some help though I. Get some counseling through work and I said. Would you mind if I ask what kind of work you do, said well, I work in school safety I said we'll okay. What does that mean? She said? I'm a school safety officer. And I said Oh will wear, and she said in Brooklyn. And I happen to know because my kids go to public school, every school has a school safety officer, and they are an wiping the cops, so I was like. Do you work for the NYPD? Her answer was yes I do. so different mom is a officer herself. works in schools, and among other things therefore knows exactly how the system works. She's been trying to get records. You know she was. Referring, to the sixty one report now I don't know what it sixty one report is Jessica. Telling. You know this exists in that exists and she hasn't been able to get anything anything. and. She's particularly worried because she's worried. That different has some record in the system right and if he gets stopped again and his name in system this up right in. The nursing made on a problem. And yet at the same time, she has no access to any. She told me look you know. I have no records. I have no paperwork. All I have is the story. And when she she went to a number of lawyers to because she's thinking about suing and bunch of them told her well. What do you got right like? What what? What's the evidence? They said well. This is gonNA. Be Really hard. So something that seems minor to the NYPD by all evidence from how they've spoken about it with you. Is this major, not just trauma, but concern for this woman and her family. I mean it's an ongoing thing she. She told me reject in a few days ago. She told me that Devon was The kid loves basketball and was Playing basketball on by the way this pandemic so. He had just started being able to do it again. And he said he called her, said Ma they're a bunch of police year. We're just hanging around or should I go home? What should I do? And he was Lert. She said keep playing basketball, but no. That's what he's dealing with Massachusetts. Can stands out to me like your whole story begins with I saw a kid. Get hit by a COP car. We never even find out what happened to that kid like. There's so many people touched by this night. That! We don't know what happened. I! I actually happen to know. Who that. Is and he's not interested in talking..
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"One of the DADS was like. kept, expressing worry that. His son had school the next day. It was getting later and leader. There was just something about that that. Hammered home. Kids. Were held for hours. They weren't released until after midnight. Right? Yeah, they weren't released until close to one o'clock. And at one point A. Another officer came out and basically said look. We know these kids didn't do this. This is like an unfortunate saying. We just gotTA process them for release, and then it still took more hours. And when the kids were finally released. One of them told me. They said you can. Gonna That's it no record of any of it. Eric took all his reporting from that awful Halloween night and decided to release it on twitter. See if anybody else saw what he saw. And he got a message back from the C. C. R.. Be The civilian Complaints Review Board. They look over the NYPD. And they told Eric they were looking into the matter. And I was like Oh great. This is great are ready. That was so easy the. The at work gaining yet, democracy work work here is done. Thank you very much I'm glad I could help. And I talked to somebody from the C. C. R. B., and I was like something like. How does this work? And he was okay, so we have the full power to investigate. We totally investigate were independent agency, and then we make recommendations than the police chief gets to decide what what he wants to do. House like us, so you're an independent agency seeing the NYPD and then the NYPD can take your oversight. And just decide to give you the finger. They have no authority, essentially they essentially, if no thirty, and then the more I dug into it, the more I understood that the N. y. p. d. has those kind of road blocks and complete discretion built into the system, so to take one example body cameras right which a number of the cops did have that night at standard equipment. Equipment for uniformed officers in the NYPD and the CR be the civilian oversight board the way it gets that footage is asked to send an email requests to the nypd that can decide to fulfil it. However it wants can redact stuff and can say it's not relevant. Do wants and can take time thousand requests from the C.. C R B been waiting for more than three months. The officers involved in what happened that night. Were you able to figure out if they'd been disciplined at all before? So That was a quite literally a state secrets until about two weeks ago. New York at this law. Some listeners may have heard of this fifty a that made it illegal to disclose any disciplined information about police officers. Quite literally illegal so one of the things about CCR bees reports is. All you would know is if a complaint had been substantiated. Basically, this oversight board says yeah. Yeah you know we investigated? We found it happened. We can't tell you if there was any discipline We didn't power to give the. And we don't know or we can't disclose the officers history complaints. Mom that has literally just changed as a two weeks ago and now we can know. Does that change? Make you hopeful after having been through this reporting process over the last few months. It's a change in. It's a significant change, but I will say that transparency is different than accountability. One of the things that I really understood in a way that I had not before is. It's not just about that secrecy. Secrecy was a problem. It's also about the complete discretion that the NYPD has over disciplined really amounts to is who's really in charge of the NYPD. The answer to that question. WHO's in charge of the NYPD became clear to Eric. The more he dug into this story from Halloween. NYPD is in charge of the NYPD. You can see it in the statement. The Police Department provided to him about the incident that night. Like what might have been actually the single most shocking moment may was when. NYPD spokesman former journalists is by the way former New York. COPS reporter He. Called me after I had been digging into it after I had spoken to multiple witnesses. Who saw the car if the kid? Who said to me, okay, this is our statement. The kid a unidentified male ran over the road of a stationary NYPD. Do. You think it was laughable I told him it was laughable. I had this conversation where I said. Really clear with you. I have four people including my wife who saw this and in you? Guys are GONNA say. That didn't happen and I am going to put those. Facts rate against each other and that's what you're going to go. I basically said look. I'M GONNA call you up, and he said not so many words fucking do it. You know he didn't say this, but it was the reality like as a matter right the only way you would say that is if you're not going to be held to account. And Ask for the kids that got detained that Halloween. Eric says the fallout for them is still unclear first of all. They wouldn't say that they were innocent. Right it not on any way they wouldn't say. And I spoke to the mom of one of them, said you know the leverage met that they're wrong, so it was this sort of mastery of frankly Beijing. Because what they would do was they would say well. It's an ongoing investigation. We're not going to say and in fact I spoke to the heard from the commander of the precinct at one point basically began to save one point. You know we know they didn't do well. I shouldn't say that. I should say that in fact, the investigation. And Meanwhile what they charge well. They said that they charge them with something called obstructing government administration. What is that so obstructing? I had the same question. What the Hell is obstructing government administration? It basically means resisting arrest right like getting in the way of police doing their job, so you're.
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"The ones with well-manicured stoops and a lot of good places to eat. It's called Carroll Gardens. But in the last few months, he's been thinking about the way the cheerful facades all around him separate people subtly cutting off the white residents from the black ones. The segregation. It can be hard to see because everyone live so close together, but it's there. You can quantify it where I. Am I actually looked up? Our senses track, which is just a few blocks directly around me. Three black residents three. Three. WHOA. Eric's been thinking about this since last year Halloween night. Ironically it is one of the days the neighborhood feels like it isn't segregated kids from all over pack the streets looking for those big candy bars. There's a parade. But last Halloween Eric's wife and daughter. Sarah and Alice they saw a scene. They just couldn't shake. Bucolic. Mahala weans scene and night than all of a sudden Sarah and. Saw Police Karski swarming together including a Racecar, going the wrong way a retreat, which is a one way street. Also saw these kids running. Who clearly running away from the police and at one point, a kid sort of? Jumped out into the street to keep running and this NYPD car zoomed didn't hit a, but didn't seem to hit him. Purposely kid is popped out, but. Definitely hit him. Did your wife have this moment of? Did that really just happened? Right in Frienemie yeah. Yeah, and you know it's like our six year old kid, right? Who is like really scared? She could scared for easily, but Got Up and ran away actually. Turn their attention to these other kids. who were around there? Seem to have anything to do with the group of kids that they had been going after they were younger. They weren't together. The only thing they did have in common was that they were black. The cops put this other group of kids. A against the wall of a neighborhood movie theater pointed weapons at them. How are these kids reacting to this? Because you mentioned they were young. Yeah, they were. So Young as twelve. There forget. Imagine what your kids with! Tackled enthrone thrown up against the wall and Sarah said you know. One of them was crying. Being like what do. The cops were like well. You of a baseball bat to. One of them. This is part of a costume A. Air IX. Wife rushed their daughter home, but when they walked in the door. She told Eric I think you need to go back. Find out what's going on here so I. saw how how did you think of yourself in that moment? Who who were you? At a mix right at once. A journalist than all journalists have the like. Gee. This is a potential story, an interesting story or something important, but also like. WHAT THE FUCK! A COP car went down the wrong way of a one way street that was crowded with kids on us. And it hit somebody and what actually.
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"Mean we all know that change takes time but it's very encouraging to see so many protesters out and. Youtube video. I don't know what bridget was in. If it was in New York, or what of theft of people, man thousands? On, a bridge in a major city. Laying on their stomachs with their hands behind their back. That is so whoever organized that whatever whatever like I, don't know what I'm sure. Black lives matter behind that the the minds specifically were like. Let's everybody fucking lie down on your stomach your hands behind your back. What a beautiful peaceful sentiment! And and one of the things when credit marched other than seeing that that white lady tagging fuck, and while you were Nyu, was racist on on the thing and look what the fuck are you doing? There was this guy that no, Vince. You chatter of the lawyer Guy. Who has to make sure you don't say anything illegal on here? We love you named him Chad 'cause. That's what I would name him. Are, lawyers, name is actually is chaplain never met him. But if you look at this guy, you bet your fucking chat. Our Chad is is is not of that. He's one of. My Chad my chat good? Chat but this dude and I kept looking behind me, because I kept hearing this guy who and I kept hearing loud bangs and I knew everything that was going on. Protests had been happening for a twenty four to forty eight hours at this point, and then you start to see crop of ood irs. You. Take it away from the narrative and also those. Look like a little white as so little white in a black space motherfucker you respect the 'cause, the mugger, the violent videos and I've seen a lot of videos this week on today's of cops putting weapons. Yeah, people's hands. Most violent videos by a landslide are always cop videos. It's I. Mean there's there's so many instances we detect in. A cop just and this was an attack on a a white person, but and it was a white person who was disrupting in a way and a person who should have been arrested, but the manner in which this person was arrested in front of me and Christina's fucking. The shit out of his head there. Yeah, there's footage on my. Instagram of Maine feet of this incident because. There was he's the guy is like fucking five foot seven you. Like easily could have arrest yet him and there's like five people. There's one guy steel toed boots fucking kicking. Page ribcage, and when these and obviously the cops all Santa around, they try to hide it. They try to buck and block your cameras, but I was like. No, there's no fucking chance in hell and not videotaping this shit, yes, and. And this guy I mean. He emerged his face was just fucking covered in blood, and like the brutality and accused cop is good tar. In his first of all. I can settle white dude guitar in his back. He alleged one of the there was a black guy that was riding a bike that was marching with us. That was like this guy fucking. Push me. The COPS didn't get seem to give a shit, and then for whatever fuck reason fifteen minutes later eight cops beating. Beating them up and I'm like I feel like they are not beating them up because they pushed black protester. Because the nature of the way these cops have been handling these protests is fucking disgusting. I highly doubt they were like. Oh, you push tim. beat the shit out of you right? But but whatever the fuck reason. It was tape. beat the shit out of this guy I was four feet away and I was like Oh oh, God damn wow. Yeah! Everyone was appalled. See like there was a couple people who were happy that he was getting beat up, but I would say ninety percent of the of the crowd of protesters. You doing quite whatever we're like. No, we're like we're like we don't want police brutality of any kind, and if it goes away, person we don't care. We don't want police brutality period. And of sense, which is like such a fucking testament to black people after all the shit, they've been through with the cops. They are still like yet. No, no, no, we don't want this bad shit. Happening to anyone. They still have our backs, even though we never have their fucking right and wow, wow, what a beautiful showcase! A showing of their humanity in a way that did not have to be like they wow, wow, yeah, I am I. AM taken taken aback by by that and and but this fucking Chad. Guy Non are Laura, but. If you saw me like fucking. He was marching with no shirt on like fucking shoes on his blonde shaggy hair with a backwards hat and a skateboard like. On the boardwalk at Venice beach so cow. Braille yeah, and he kept going black lives matter and it was just jarring and I. Kept looking over my Gosh, how white Chad saying that and then I kept hearing bangs, and he was slamming his fucking skateboard on the street signs above people that were like walking, and not protesting and I'm like fuck. Is Your problem breath? Put, the fuck is your deal, and then that there are so many videos. About white extremists, infiltrating the black lives matter protests, and specifically inciting violence and let me tell you there is a special place in Hell for you. Okay, there's a special place in Hell and if you are a white person, marching and black lives matter you are in a black space. One of the things that I personally do is I'm on the lookout for the bad Whitey's I'm on the fucking look. Look for? The front and confront them. Yes, and film them and with a sucker you doing. There's videos from Los Angeles from. Videos to us if you need them, amplify rabbit fucking. Sure there's a cop car that was like a nine hundred ninety two model of a cop car, so first of all the vehicle was not. Like the the cop cars and a Labor Day vehicle, and then these three white people, and they in the guy pointed out in the video in the video as he's filming. This is weird. This is fishy. I feel like this weird. And then he pointed out pauses the video, and these people have water bottles filled with. Oil..
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"Stand up to your family and friends who remained quiet and were open their mouths to spew hate. Or don't do any of it, but to remain silent is to be complicit in my oppression, and the impression of oppression of others, and I have zero tolerance policy for your complacency. So if that's you delete me as a friend. That's cool I'll I'll I'm surrounded by a strong circle of love and support, so your negativity won't be missed, and to my friends and family or speaking up and checking in. Thank you I. See you I. Love You and I deeply appreciate you. So those are some emails from our from listeners sharing their experiences I hope I hope you listen. Up You fucking listen, am I? It makes me like when the term micro aggression I remember. You know because we're all. If you're a white person that you you, you were at one point, ignorant, all shit, and of course you. You you work because you didn't get treated like you weren't a person, you didn't get treated less than you didn't have somebody. Be Self fucking. Treat you like inferior how that can. My God what that does to a human being soul, yeah, living as a second class citizen in a place that you were forced to come to to begin with. And so the term microaggressions used to make all my. Is it any more now I get it i. get it i. get what Am I. GonNa Aggression is well because again again the immed-. You Roll Your Eyes. I'm sure because you were hearing it from fucking white people yeah a lot. I I was rolling my eyes when I was hearing it from white people talking about like wight microaggressions. BLABY MOSAIC I saw like make Meka Chloe, Hilliard, and people like that would say, and I was like Oh. No. You understand what I mean I I don't understand the experienced it, but I'm like. Oh, I! Get what you're talking about things. Can I fuck in? Touch your hair or you? Because people say it with the best intentions, but like black people are not an exhibit. Black people are not an animal at bees. They're not your little doll to experience your first black person with like. That's like Yasser. Lester said it really great he is. He's a comedian who? Is One of my favorite twitter followers lives in La now, but like he's just like he's lake. Yeah off all the stuff you're doing right now is great things for protesting thanks for. Now and I'm paraphrasing here. He's like thanks for donating. He's but a lot of white. People are being like what can I do and he's like you know what you can do you can. Say Hi to a black person that you don't know and smile. And I was like you know what great tip yeah yeah yeah because people. Oh my God fear fear is the ultimate way to control a population in or control any movement or control people, or to keep people down is to incite fear, and it's really important that you know that right people and it was so interesting I mean. I was I, didn't want to respond or give my two cents or interrupt any of those emails because that's certainly not. We didn't ask on your stories to comment on them. But the Norman the gentleman who wrote about? Women walking down the street. Yeah, Yeah I! I was talking to my mom the other day and I was just like yeah. I wish I wish. Black men knew that I was just scared. All men and I really am I. Mean if it's not and there's a man by me. Whom like unless I can tell like by looking at him that he's a gay man right right, right? Can't man. I'm scared off so just so if that makes anyone feel. Better Yeah it is. For me, personally, it's all meant to me. It's the penis. All men. Scared of all May. I was saying this recorded my personal podcast yesterday I was. I was really thinking about like white people that that aren't understanding or that are like just pushing all. That stuff that they're saying a big far out of your mouth just. When you say Ellie Ellie! You should check on Lena Dunham. God fucking focused guess. That kind of white person to me I. Have I think? They're not in their body. They're not present with themselves. Take a themselves. Yeah, right? Just they branly Mata tailing nearly okay. Well I mean truly breathing. We'll get you back in your body. Feel like like this. There's this type of white woman that is so any little poker prod. She'll be like. From made it's like boo, boo, you gotta get yourself to a place where you are in your own body, and you're in touch with your own morals and values, and you of a fucking conversation with yourself. Ask yourself questions. Ask Yourself. Let me think about how I live my life when I see a black person walking down the street towards Maine I'm alone. Do I clutch my purse? Ask yourself those questions. Yeah, and if you do correct behavior, yes, whatever the fuck you've done up until then we're GONNA change it and we're gonNA. Make it for the better because boy. Oh boy! Doing some shit, and not even knowing it like I mean it's. It's kind of like something. This is just an example, but it's like I went to the dentist and she was like it looks like by looking at your molars that you're clenching your jaw and I. Never I had no recollection of ever clenching my jaw and she's like okay well. She's like it just seems like by the damage. That's on your molars that you've been clenching jaw. And then Shirley had now I had it in my head I have to think about do I close my jaw, and then during the day I caught myself so many times clenching my jaw I. had no idea was leaving clinching my jaw. You're probably doing things that are not out like you're not..
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"Percent of the NYPD calling out sick today that account system seventy six hundred uniformed members now it's important to point out these are not all people who have tested positive for corona virus but that is still seventy six hundred members of the NYPD the police department has lost its thirteenth member to a suspected case of carbon nineteen wins news time twelve oh six officials onboard the hospital ship the USNS comfort have decided to reduce the capacity from one thousand hospital beds to five hundred now that a decision has been made to admit corona virus patients the move will help maintain distance between patients Kerri Anne Hudson is executive officer of the ship she spoke to ten ten when we were very proud and honored to be able to come to the service of fellow Americans and in some way shape or form almost all of our crew has some attachment to the city and said to be able to provide a service for our brothers and sisters and family members and fellow citizens filled up with a lot of patriotism and cried like New York New Jersey has reported its largest single day death toll yet two hundred thirty two governor Phil Murphy we know that we are not out of the woods yet we're not close to that and that more residents sadly will fall in and some will not be with us when we get to the other side but we have to do this to make sure that those numbers are as low as we can make them and certainly as low as they otherwise would be we get there together folks as one extraordinary New Jersey family Murphy has announced that all state and county parks are closed we have seen far too many instances where people are gathering in groups in our parks here Roni Astley thinking since that they're since they're outside social distancing doesn't matter nothing could be further from the truth the order does not apply to city parks and town parks Murphy said that it's up to the local municipality the governor said that social distancing will be necessary for many more weeks all public schools in New Jersey are closed indefinitely New Jersey health officials say long term care facilities in the state continue to be severely impacted one hundred eighty eight long term care facilities in the state have at least one covert nineteen cakes according to the White House coronavirus task force there are glimmers of hope but also new areas of concern the president revealing that numbers of cases and deaths are generally turning down work or have lower trajectories we have to thank the American people for continuing to follow our guidelines on slowing the spread in some states however as many as half the coronavirus deaths are among African Americans Dr Anthony Fauci pointing out certain health issues affecting blacks more than other groups make fighting the illness that much harder IDT's hypertension obesity and asthma with corona virus they are just those very comorbidities that unfortunately disproportionately prevalent in the African American population Bob Costantini Washington Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and other Democrats are proposing hazard pay for essential workers during the pandemic the proposal would give doctors nurses and other essential workers including grocery store clerks up to twenty five thousand dollars and hazard pay as part of the face for coronavirus relief bill the bonus pay which would amount to a thirteen dollar per hour race for some employees also would go to truck drivers and janitors who are essential to keeping the healthcare system and the economy running during the crisis senator Schumer calls this proposal by heroes fund and says it would apply retroactively in addition the fund would provide benefits to families of essential workers who have died as a result of covert nineteen.
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"The NYPD but at least crime is down thousands of police officers may be out sick but the NYPD said crime was down twenty percent during the last two weeks of March when the mayor declared a coronavirus emergency that ordered people to stay home there were fewer murders and robberies but the police are paying careful attention to corona virus related hate crimes they generally fall into two categories anti Asian due to the origin of the virus and anti disability due to a perception that someone may be infected since the outbreak the NYPD said there been about a dozen cases were Asian victims were targeted because of discrimination correspondent Aaron Katersky the department of defense is obtaining one hundred thousand body bags to accommodate the anticipated demand from morgues across the country recapping some of the major developments federal health officials are now advising Americans to wear masks cloth masks not much needed medical masks leave those alone leave those to the people in the in the most two are saving lives but you can create a face covering what's anything you have at home right now governor Cuomo says New York state has only six days worth of ventilators comma was blunt if a person comes in and needs a ventilator and you don't have a ventilator the person died according to The New York Times more than two thousand ventilators in the federal stockpile are not usable because they were not maintained in storage several models show that the U. S. death toll could be as high as one hundred thousand with aggressive social distancing and as high as two point two million without that new sobering guidelines for EMS in the city people in cardiac arrest two cannot be saved in the field should not be taken.
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"Your own. Discretion welcomed stories. I'm your host Tom. Morris junior prime reporter in Washington. Dc Special Police officer today. I'm honored to have the chief of patrol for the NYPD Rodney Harrison joining us. It was a very scary moment. Ally especially senior partner shot especially when he tells you that he's having trouble. Breathing was a night that I'll never forget he oversees all eight patrol boroughs of the NYPD and has seventeen thousand officers on his command not to mention he's been instrumental part of the new NYPD program. That's taking a breast. Look what it means to work closely with local communities throughout the neighborhood policing project one of the best things you can do in law enforcement is communicate talk to one another share each other's concerns and ideas today. We'll dig into all of that and much more chief. Welcome.
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"Welcome the PD stories. I'm your host Tom. Moore Junior. My guest today is marked. A Mayo Mark was on the NYPD for twenty years before retiring at the rank of detective. He's like a wide receiver. He's six foot one hundred sixty five pounds. He kicks me on my back to him in the back of the leg and then breaks away from my part and takes. He's gone on to make a name for himself as an actor and comedian hearing on comics watching comics recently had a role on law and order. Svu especially when you get a laugh. It's not like really. It's a beautiful thing it's like riding a wave have done tons of shows with bill urging again. Dave Chapelle Tracy Morgan the cast of. Snl You name. It also does comedy acts for good causes like his standup autism. Show that bring awareness to important issues mark..
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"The NYPD had recently re focus its mental health program for cops in the wake of a series of suicide attempts a few a few a suicide incidents I beg your pardon a few months ago well today a reminder of just how fragile things can get a detective found dead at his home in queens police say the officer worked in police commissioner liaison unit sources of Aidid him now as detective Paul for d'errico if that name sounds familiar he is the brother of Anthony for Eriko a police officer in Rockville center who was recently acquitted of police brutality and other crimes in Nassau the NYPD lost ten of its members last year to suicide prompting then police commissioner Jimmy o'neill to describe the situation as a mental health crisis tinted lenses in the neighborhood where this recent incident happened saying that friends and family are stopping by the house there's a lot of mourning and that there's a very heavy police presence we will continue to to monitor the developments there and we will have more later on the broadcast New Jersey state police have issued an overdose alert now in Sussex county after eleven deaths were reported there last month and they say the toll could have been even worse Thor he's reporting a fifty percent rise in administering a lifesaving antidote to opioid overdose eleven suspected overdose is represent a one hundred seventy five percent jump from the Ford deadly overdoses in December they're concerned because the heart the huge jump in the number of overdoses in such a short period of time a Washington as you've been hearing more than eleven hundred excuse me now it's up to two thousand we're saying two thousand three to be exact one in two thousand three justice department prosecutors citing a statement calling for Attorney General William Barr to leave town that is resigning claiming bar has turned out to be nothing more than a personal lawyer for president trump and many of them are speaking out today Attorney Shenmue signs a statement calling on bar to resign he was a legal counsel to Attorney General Janet Reno herself allow the number of investigations into president Bill Clinton to proceed one of which led to his impeachment who says the statement makes clear bars not likely to resign but is really aiming at current to justice department employees worried about White House pressure we have their backs other people have been there and share these views and they're not gonna be isolated by themselves if they stand up who says anyone who feels pressure from the White House on down to affect an investigation can start by contacting immediate supervisor a sort of whistle blower process Bob Constantini Washington the people at justice started when all four career prosecutors working the Roger stone trial jump ship after bar overruled their sentencing recommendations just hours after president trump tweeted his objects into them well if you're worried about getting skin cancer might not to he might want to avoid use off a new study published today in the international journal.
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"NYPD those hours on your recall as a follow up on the couple involved in a shooting at a kosher market in Jersey city police investigators say they found evidence suggesting they add more sinister plans on their mind before they went and firing in in Parsippany with GPS problems with Iran are right into a lake it wasn't the GPS is all but the driver who was allegedly meddling with the thing and lost our focus on the road an Oscar named its favorites today never mind the who's in and who's not on the big screen one act was made of planes yes answers about that left down at the director's chair will explain accu weather says cloudy skies tonight we're dropping down to a low of forty degrees on this Monday and in support of our newsletter after getting hit with major punishment in the cheating scandal the Astros fire their general manager and their manager Elihu versus plans for college football's national championship islanders Rangers at the card this is Sandra loading a Bloomberg bad for Wall Street kick off the weekend of Wednesday's scheduled signing of a U. S. trying to trade the Dow at eighty three Gwen's news time six all one ram trucks traffic center tonight expanded traffic and transit for the evening commute to and here is great right now I'm not the most efficient way to stay warm northbound side of the deacon there was a car fire getting up to the mosque Lou but now everybody is all wet the fire department showed up and now they block two lanes in the exit ramp on the northbound dig into the Marshall is they get rid of this car fire if you are not in a truck over the Bronx river parkway or the hajj instead even the New England Thruway get you up towards the Westchester line in much better shape as the deacons bad all the way over the R. F. K. eastbound side of the Long Island expressway getting out towards the cross island parkway in a broken down truck knocking out a V. a right wing very tough from the Clearview getting it to the area PQ it's still messed up by the way over towards Hamilton Avenue he got the westbound wreck into the area right atop the go honest canal and last check a couple of lanes were knocked out they still are as we see it on the ten ten would stamp camp that's why the westbound mess goes all the way on back towards the con shoes go bridge EF Amador trains those are the bad ones right now getting into queens they are moving again right now but you're still a big time delays one two and three trains still have delays following this morning's water main break and the two and three trains north federal and local from Times Square to ninety six because of a switch malfunctioned over its seventy second street even when things get better they still find a way to be bad traffic sponsored by Mavis tire dot com I'm Greg rice on ten ten wins is a buzz going on tonight involving were the New York Attorney General to see James is looking into whether the NYPD has been targeting communities of color through its enforcement of theft of service that is jumping the turnstile down in the subways is James is fired off a letter to NYPD commissioner Dermot say requesting fairy basin data and other info which could tell what's really happening just as we've all been now we've already that's heard the stories and we've seen the disturbing videos of men women and children being harassed dragged away arrested is James is that's why we need to investigate calling it deeply troubling just as a group of new Yorkers have been unfairly targeted because of their skin color she says my office will not hesitate to take legal action and then this some current and former NYPD officers of recently alleged in sworn statements after you at least twenty fifteen the NYPD had an unofficial policy of targeting blacks and Hispanics for low fare evasion and other low level crimes in the subways between October twenty seventeen in June nineteen black and Hispanic New Yorkers received almost seventy percent of all civil summonses for fare evasion even though the only account for slightly more than half the city's population by the way you can read that letter from the AG to the NYPD on our website at ten ten wins dot com we'll keep our eyes on this one and we will keep you posted in other news on this Monday night apparently we hadn't seen the half of it police say the man and woman who killed four people in Jersey city last month in that hate filled assault at a kosher market had broader and more sinister plans on my mind there was a bolo out for the U. haul van David Anderson and Francine grammar driving in connection with the murder of a livery cab driver three days earlier in bay on it's probably why detective Joseph seals confronted them that morning according to U. 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Attorney cry carbonate out we believe that he threw Graham Anderson off of what we're piecing together now was likely a broader plan and probably lead to saving dozens if not more lives their phones reveal they've been googling the Jewish community center in Bayonne at Ortiz a ballistic evidence has link them to the murder of liver a cabbie Michael run Barker and the shooting of a car window in Newark days before that the driver was a Hispanic man so on your ring Conn ten ten wins at the FBI office in New York meantime a diss Grafton Thomas might need a lawyer who specializes in death penalty cases and especially of one of his stabbing victims dies Thomas is the man accused of attacking five Jewish people at the home of a rabbi in Muncie during a Hanukkah celebration one victim remains in a coma US district judge campy Siebel raise the subject during a hearing after he pleaded not guilty to federal hate crime charges she said she'd appoint lawyer specializes and specializing in death penalty cases as soon as possible if it becomes likely that charges could be upgraded to include death penalty a request well in the presidential campaign trail it wasn't pulling very well any figure what the heck I move out of the way so somebody else can get in someone with a higher following and with that senator Cory Booker says I'm done this morning twenty twenty candidate Cory Booker making the quill difficult decision to drop out of the race for president the democratic senator from New Jersey telling his supporters in part that he got in the race to win and no longer see the path to victory Booker citing in part a lack of campaign money to keep the effort going money that he says is harder to raise because he won't be on the next debate stage and because quote the urgent business of impeachment we'll be keeping him in Washington on a costar Abby reporting and his departure now leaves a feel that was once the most diverse in history with just one remaining African American candidate that's former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick president trump tweeted I can rest easy tonight I was sole concern I would someday have to go head to head with him referring Booker Joe Biden's with it you made our politics better by just running serve grateful to you and looking forward.
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"NYPD is questioning to teens about last night's fatal stabbing of a barn are college students Morningside park police fully two suspects that eighteen year old Tessa majors of Virginia during a robbery attempt number two New Jersey Attorney General to be a great wall says the Jersey city shooters hated Jews and law enforcement but investigators have not definitively link them to the black Hebrew Israelite group he's calling it a domestic terrorism investigation and three the house Judiciary Committee is expected to vote today eventually on the articles of impeachment against president trump they're still debating Democrats say they have a duty to stop Mr trump's constitutional crime spree Republicans call it a hot garbage impeachment New Jersey Senate committee has approved a bill that would allow convicted criminals to vote after their release from prison W. CBS's mac Rosenberg has more those who favor the decision say giving ex cons the right to vote is an incentive for them to turn their life around when they get out of prison Eric Pereira served six years in prison and now works at rockers some currently on parole and I'm currently a state employee of New Jersey so I pay taxes and I have no say in where this tax dollars go to what decisions are made for who is able to make them some who oppose the bill say former inmates still have a debt to pay to society former Edison mayor George but Dorough says this bill is also about race more than sixty percent of inmates in New Jersey are black which means that disproportionately the black community is affected by this restriction on voting and it will give them a greater voice as far as an impact on elections in New Jersey but Dorough says it's not likely the bill needs full Senate approval on Monday governor Murphy is expected to sign back Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty a federal appeals court is re hearing arguments today in the lawsuit accusing president trump of illegally profiting from the office there is a luxury hotel just blocks from the White House a three judge panel initially ruled over the summer that the action should be dismissed but a request for a re hearing was agreed to attorneys general in Maryland and DC argue their jurisdiction suffer competitive injury because officials both domestic and foreign hoping to gain favor with the president are more likely to stay in his hotel and they cite the constitution's emoluments clause Mr trump's attorneys argue that clause only deals with compensation provided in an official capacity Steve cave in CBS news president trump has some harsh words for teen climate change activist credit tune burger day after she was named time's person of the year in a tweet president trump says gratitude Berg must work on her anger management problem then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend he writes chilled credit chill in her updated Twitter bio sixteen year old tune Berg says that's exactly what she's doing the backlash on social media swift with critics calling out the president for bullying supporters include Dilbert comic strip creator Scott Adams who says there's a reason people can't run for president until they're thirty five Deborah Rodriguez CBS news W. CBS news time three eighteen traffic.
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"NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo will not be charged by the justice department for his role in the chokehold death of Eric garner garner's mother Gwenn Carr says it's time for mayor of laws you to step up and fire Pantaleo police commissioner James o'neil says he'll make a decision on whether to fire Pantaleo in late August and three years are meant to one oh one sponsored by Caldwell university discover you would called world university learn more at Coldwell dot EDU Stephen maps gets his spot back in the starting rotation tonight after his brief stint in the bull pen he made two scoreless appearances in relief before the all star break his last start came three weeks ago in a five four loss to the Braves at Citi field Robinson Cano has had a resurgence as of late he's betting three ninety five overs last eleven games he's homered in back to back games for the first time since September of twenty seventeen someone who's been pretty consistent all year is all star Jeff McNeil the Major League Baseball alumni association today named him the Mets twenty nineteen the heart and hustle award winner tonight are given to active players who demonstrate a passion for the game and best embody the values spirit and traditions of the game you are listening to the are W. J. Barnabas health Mets game night we're back with traffic and weather together in a minute to protect your engine you have to.
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"NYPD looking for the person who scrawled anti-semitic graffiti in a synagogue in Brooklyn, John Lesher. We'll have the latest on that coming up in five minutes. Seven fifty five on WCBS. We check money news closing numbers from Bloomberg. The Dow down one hundred ten points today twenty five thousand to seventy s and p down seventeen the NASDAQ down seventy seven points just over one percent. CEO radio. I'm Ray Hoffman. The past several days of again, driven home, the divisions, the fractures, and sometimes the rotten hatred within a society that's built around an idea that all are created equal one of the many ways in which those divisions would at least be softened is if more of us could share a sense of trust in government corporations and the economy at the business research organization, the Conference Board CEO, Steve omlund feels so strongly about this that he co authored a truly thoughtful book of bipartisan ideas aimed at restoring that trust so much of what goes on today in Washington, where I live is this notion of well, let's gain the system, and you know, not all lobbyists do that. But the whole point of let's make laws to our benefit or regulations that are to the detriment of my competitors. So that I can get ahead and blessed not right? And so that's why the Conference Board. We talk about reason solutions in the nation's interests. So it's not in my own parochial interests in the nation's interest bore with Steve ostlund and the book sustaining capital. Eliza on CEO radio at radio dot com. I'm Ray.
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"This is a conversation that changed how i think about american policing i sat down with two current nypd officers kept it really real you're being told go arrested bunch young black beth yes we are here the rest white kids futures we knew that but you don't usually hear officers say it that's the kind of candor ought from officers edwin raymond and derek waller who are part of a twelve officer lawsuit against the nypd alleging that officers are given quotas number of people they have to arrest and give summonses to for each month they don't meet their number as cops say they're punished and with cops pressured to be harsh on black suspects and leaning toward white ones we have a system where officers are incentivized to arrest black youths for anything it's not about bad apples it's about a policing system that sends officers chasing after black people i understood all that before but i had not heard it quite laid out in that way by people inside policing i didn't know that the department would prefer that officers make arrests versus stopping crime department only care about the quantity of arrests not the quality of them i didn't know that this flu by mind that officers know that the police are not here to protect and serve their here to generate revenue for the city or the state for the department most people learned about for profit policing from ferguson missouri but we saw that the city was funding a significant part of its budget by parking tickets and traffic tickets and fines being assessed aggressively this is a legacy of decades of taxes lowering while citizens continued to demand all the same civic services so cities used police to make up the shortfall blanketing citizens with all sorts of tickets to to raise money quite often clawing money from citizens in ways that are totally unfair you know what i'm talking about it's probably happened to you if you think there's only happens in small cities no officer raymond tells me new york city is doing this on a far bigger scale than ferguson after i had this conversation i looked at policing differently i think it will influence george wholesome policing to if you want to know more about edwin raymond and this lawsuit against the city watch the documentary crime and punishment which follows him and the other officers in the suit and sees how their lives have been changed by it this is a special episode of toray show with two nypd officers edwin raymond also discretion man and cubs that it broke away does is taking that away and derek waller spitting no no really as it doesn't the spitting taking us inside the nypd.
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"Yeah yeah without a doubt so so what do you what do you do about it again how much how much does it does it bother you of course it bothers me i'm in i was the became chief of department in november two thousand fourteen right after the ferguson decision right after the garner decision and i lived through those protests i was there everyday joe lou and raphael ramose were killed in december of two thousand fourteen by a mentally disturbed man not sure if it was directly related but i'm sure it had something to do with it so this is something that's on my mind constantly and anything that we're trying to do in the nypd now is is to build trust and to let people know that they can trust in nypd cup that police officer is there for all the right reasons you measure how do you measure if these things right comsat is very metric oriented you know how many shootings how many solve cases how many homicides how many times have has the firearms been discharged but newport glued all of this is as you say community trust are there metrics you have the you can measure feel yet yeah there it can't just be anecdotal i mean they'll is good but it's it's not going to really help us be where we wanna be we actually were in the process now of it's in beta right now it's intesting it's called the sentiment meter sentiment meter sentiment meter if you're in new york city and this is down to the sector level you might get a pop up but question about new york city i i think it's anyway it's up to seven thousand it's seven thousand aps that'll be an innocuous question about new york and if you answer that question they'll be four or five other questions about trust in the nypd and whether or not you feel safe in your neighborhood so that's gonna pull its research.