20 Burst results for "Orlando Pulse"

Miami Dolphins Helping Feed Miami-Dade Students During Summertime

Rush Limbaugh

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Miami Dolphins Helping Feed Miami-Dade Students During Summertime

"One Friday marks four years since Orlando's pulse nightclub attack killed forty nine people self Laura congresswoman Debbie Ricardo Powell says it's time to put pressure again on the Senate president more than a year after the house passed two bipartisan gun safety bills we're not going to stop we're in this fight because it is hard work in this fight together it is time for courage and it is time to demand that our leaders listen to our voices one bill would require background checks on all gun sales the other would close the so called Charleston loophole June seventeenth marks five years since the deadly shooting at a Charleston A. M.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on Here & Now

"There have been shootings at numerous schools at searchers denver at the moment you know nearby in aurora colorado at a movie theater you know at the orlando pulse nightclub but there is a current conversation happening about the media that is not only antagonistic to the coverage that we provide as journalists but to the journalists as people and i think it comes often in the last couple years from the top from the president and while there's no way in which one can at this time show there's any evidence of any direct correlation i think we should underscore that very clearly i think it is a problematic element right now that you know the way in which the president has called the press the enemy of the people he's called it fake news he's encouraged people at campaigns when he was a candidate to you know he's pointed out and encouraged people to boo them when actually i saw one journalist tweet today i never want to see the term or hear the term fake news ever against you're well and then you had this week as well the farright provocateur milo yiannopoulos who sent out a message to reporters on tuesday i can't wait he was in a spat with some reporters and he wrote i can't wait for the vigilante squads to start gunning journalists down on site of course this was on tuesday before the shooting he since said that was a joke but doesn't come across as joke and then you also sean hannity of fox news yesterday on his radio show he he lamented the shooting but then he said this i've been saying now for days that something horrible is going to happen because of the rhetoric really maxine you want people to create call your friends getting their faces in an obama said that to getting their faces call them out all your friends you know get protesters follow them into restaurants and shopping malls and wherever else she said so david folkenflik there you have him calling out maxine waters who called on protesters to harass trump officials what's offer some true news there what he's saying about obama i just don't think there's any there's anything he can hang his hat on i don't think there's actually what he's saying about maxine waters is a distortion of what she had to say let's talk a little bit about president trump and candidate trump's rhetoric enemy of the people suggesting that journalists are traders what we do know that he's doing from talking to you news executives at major news organizations here now swear and human rights activists is he's providing cover for a third tarian figures like two tart in the philippines the leader of turkey the putin regime in russia to act at times with impunity against journalists the united states is not able convincingly to act as a spokesman for a freedom of expression and human rights of journalists serving on behalf of informing the people who live in their countries when you have rhetoric from the top accusing journalists of being among the most serious problems that america has and of being enemies of the people and that is rhetoric that the president owns so while there is no evidence i want to underscore again to connect with the president has said with what occurred in annapolis you know this is a moment where i think people need to think really seriously about the ways in which they the rhetorically target a journalist who are just going about buying large the best they can to help people make sense of the communities in the world in which they live so david you mentioned bill shine there he has apparently been chosen to lead the white house communications team he comes from fox news.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So now they're requesting that witnesses turn in their personal phones because they want to look for things like what's app and confide other apps that allow you to to communicate with people overseas okay so they want people to turn in their phones is that mean give them full access because remember when i can't remember what we were dealing was it the orlando shooter at the orlando pulse club the the nightclub where they couldn't get into his phone and apple refused to unlock it yep zack going to be one of these things are gonna get everybody's turning over their phones and i'm guessing it will be automatically unlocked and they're all fearing a subpoena and that's where they've all complied this is i think this is a bridge too far man this is just because you turn over your phone now you're turning over all your personal stuff like they're not gonna look through they're gonna look through everything they go through everything right they're gonna look at your bank accounts they're gonna look at your personal photos email chats with a wife chats with this is nuts this is absolutely out of control the special counsel declined comment of course but this is where they're going so of course legal this is crazy a lot of people think this is just over the top and of course you know the other thing is they're really interested with what's app and another one called telegram because they say manafort used use these to contact witnesses in his case but keep in mind you know when it comes to manafort and people don't want to listen to all of this by the way i'm just surprised that witnesses voluntarily giving over possible evidence to federal investigators but they're they're doing it but at the end of the day you have to remember that in terms of those who have actually pled guilty to various crimes etc these were things that were not associated with russia collusion right so the people who have pled guilty it's not even associated with russia collusion but no one wants to talk about that they wanna make you believe that all of these people were involved in russia collusion yeah they're getting busted on other things or they're just pleading to other things because it's like i don't have the money to defend myself.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Same thing and they just don't care this is w cpt a twenty four facts matter zero hour now learn as a result of the acquittal of numerous salman noor salman is the widow of the orlando pulse shooter it turns out she had no collusion in the crime turns out that our criminal justice system has a terrible problem with a women who are victims of domestic violence being treated as coconspirators in their husbands crimes steve zero hour every saturday from seven to nine pm on w cpt backs matter tower funding is not available in all states timing of funding varies case by case callers must be represented by an attorney repayment and fees apply upon case settlement i was in an accident and couldn't pay my bills i call tower funding and got a cash advance on my case tried to go back to work back couldn't i needed some cash there's no credit check and if i lost my case i own nothing have you been injured in an accident that wasn't your fault do you have a bad drug or personal injury case we can get you a cash advance on your case in as little as seventy two hours there's no risk or obligation to repay unless you win or satellite couldn't wait any longer for some money and if i lost my case i owed nothing not one penny call now there's no credit check and you only repay if you win or settle get a cash advance on your legal case in as little as seventy two hours call eight hundred five eight seven seven seven six zero eight hundred five eight seven seven seven six zero eight hundred five eight seven seven seven six zero eight hundred five eight seven seven seven six zero.

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American, British service members killed by IED in Syria

Michael Medved

01:04 min | 2 years ago

American, British service members killed by IED in Syria

"It was a rare attack on u s led coalition forces a bombing northern syria that also wounded five other service members the american was the fourth u s military member to die in syria since the pentagon began attacking a slavic state militants there in two thousand fourteen while officials here at the pentagon are not giving any details about the american who was killed britain says it servicemember was killed while embedded with us forces during an operation against the militants saga megani at the pentagon the widow of the gunman who killed forty nine people at the orlando pulse nightclub has been found not guilty of lying to the fbi and helping her husband planned the attack family spokeswoman susan clary tells w f tv nor salman's family is grateful to the jury family is elated nor can go home now to her son zach resume her life and try to pick up the pieces from two years in jail after the verdicts were read salman began sobbing with joyner family held each other on the other side of the courtroom the families of the victims of the pulse shooting sat stonefaced.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It is fifty eight degrees we'll be taking a look at the weather in just about five minutes time good morning i'm kendall buhl and here are some of our top stories both supporters of noor salman and those who thought she was guilty let out gasps this morning when she was found not guilty on terror related charges prosecutors had said she helped her husband omar mateen plan the orlando pulse nightclub attack that killed forty nine people and lied to the fbi the husband a former massachusetts senate president stanley rosenberg plans to plead not guilty to sexual assault and other charges byron hafner will be arraigned next month and a pipe company in roseland dale accused of manslaughter in a deadly south entrench collapse now accused of forging worker training documents connecticut fifth grader has been punished for bringing a knife to school and reportedly trying to attack another student with it according to the republican american students at reagan elementary school was going to attack victim in a bathroom before other students intervened police took the knife but the students is not in custody nearly half a million students in oklahoma could miss school on monday because of a threatened teachers strike cbs correspondent omar villafranca says lawmakers passed raise but it misses the mark that raise would increase teacher pay by an average of about six thousand one hundred dollars alicia priest is the president of oklahoma's largest teacher's union educators wanted a ten thousand dollar pay raise but since lawmakers fell short of that amount she's urging teachers to walk out of class next week we must ensure that every student in oklahoma has the resources and opportunities they need to succeed the potential strike in oklahoma follows teacher walkouts this month in west virginia and arizona columbia ranks forty ninth among states and the district of columbia for teachers pay a brockton man has been sentenced to more than five years in prison after being convicted of human trafficking the brockton enterprise reports chuck one simpkins was sentenced yesterday two days after jurors found guilty simpkins was arrested in two thousand fifteen after he tried to recruit an undercover police officer is a prostitute he's one of nine men arrested as part of an operation targeting prostitution experts are looking into the possibility of underwater communications tampering the ap shirley smith reports on what they're worried about most most.

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Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearing on Florida shooting

Frank Beckmann

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearing on Florida shooting

"The senate judiciary committee will hold a hearing on the florida high school shooting and failures by the fbi and law enforcement correspondent diane gallagher reports the senate will hear testimonies from some senators and people affected by the shooting senate hearings today about what may have been missed in this particular suiting both of florida's senators are expected to testify as well as a teacher for marjory stoneman douglas and a parody of one of the children who were killed in that shooting us houses expected to pass more funding for school security across the country with more schools are closed the superintendent posted that there was a threat of violence against one of the schools these superintendents post said the northfield township police made arrests statements made by the widow of the pulse nightclub terrorist gunman in orlando florida omar mateen maybe the most incriminating evidence when her trial starts today in orlando reporter roy o'neil or salmon statement to the fbi came just hours after forty nine people were shot and killed in orlando's pulse nightclub in the statement she said she helped omar mateen select the target and she expressed regret for not trying to stop him the defense will claim that statement to the fbi was coerced the special election in western pennsylvania not all of the ballots have been counted yet but the democrat connor lamb declared victory lamb says he expected a close race known that we were in a tough race here for the last five months we expected to have a good fight on our hands and we were willing to.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Made january the fifth was quite specific about cruz the kind of weapon that he had the constant things he had done agencies said they could not identify the september threat but the january for threat was wellknown affect the fbi apologize so in this case the fbi was tipped that the shooting was going to take place a stolen douglas high school as it did take place about five weeks after the tip and sadly the fbi what which is overwhelmed completely and their responsibilities and duties without enough ages to do the work the fbi was tipped and the fbi apologize and did nothing many years ago a month before kennedy john f kennedy hit his head blown off and daily plaza the fbi interviewed lee harvey oswald and released him said no problem in 2015 dylann roof shot nine people at a black church in charleston south carolina he was only allowed to purchase his weapon used to kill those innocent people because of errors by the fbi when the pulse nightclub shooter omar mateen f pledged allegiance to isis before killing forty nine people at the orlando pulse nightclub the fbi investigators mateen twice before the slaughter in orlando and the fbi cleared omar mateen and uh a twenty away twenty '09 of forget the specific other it might have been '09 when uh fort hood shooter army major the dow has sawn had been in contact with alqaeda terrorist i'll walk he and others they declined to investigate an army major no dow has sawn who goes on to kill thirteen brave american soldiers in fact the fbi did not notify fort hood that a major in the us army was communicating with terrorist fbi didn't notify anybody does aren't a of brothers who blew up the boston marathon or notified by russia that the they had associations with islamic terrorist leading to an fbi led taskforce to question the future terrorist tomor lend is our native the agent ernie boots are now have closed the probe saying quote haven't found no link or next is to terrorism and there have been many others so it looks as if if the fbi interview somebody we're gonna be left for the dead president or a blownup marathon or dead american soldiers are dead black worshippers or dead die gays and a post nightclub in orlando.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The september threat but the january for threat was wellknown affect the fbi paula josh so in this case the fbi was tipped that the shooting was going to take place as doman douglas high school as it did take place about five weeks after the tip and sadly the fbi what which is overwhelmed completely and their responsibilities and duties without enough ages to do the work the fbi was tipped and the fbi apologize and did nothing many years ago a month before kennedy john f kennedy hit his head blown off in daily plaza the fbi interviewed lee harvey oswald and released him said no problem in 2015 dylann roof shot nine people at a black church in charleston south carolina he was only allowed to purchase his weapon used to kill those innocent people because of errors by the fbi when the pulse nightclub shooter omar mateen tif pledged allegiance to isis before killing forty nine people at the orlando pulse nightclub the fbi investigators mateen twice before the slaughter in orlando in the fbi cleared omar mateen in uh uh twenty away twenty '09 i forget the specific other it might have been '09 when uh fort hood shooter army major the dow has sawn had been in contact with alqaeda terrorist i'll walk he and others they declined to investigate an army major no dow his son who goes on to kill thirteen brave american soldiers in fact the fbi did not notify fort hood that a major in the us army was communicating with terrorist fbi didn't notify anybody those are native brothers to blow up the boston marathon on notified by russia that they at associations with islamic terrorist leading to an fbi led taskforce to question the future terrorist tom melendez are now have the agent ernie routes are now have closed the probe saying quote having found no link her next the terrorism and there have been many others so it looks as if if the fbi interview somebody we're gonna be left with the dead president or a blown up marathon or dead american soldiers or dead black worshippers or dead died gays and of pulse nightclub in orlando the record is awful and then also what happened in in in a stone mun douglas high school the fbi was notified twice and so i'm left to wonder if this organization which it is this is overwhelmed with all their uman trafficking investigations all the.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Interviewed lee harvey oswald and released him so no problem in 2015 dylann roof shot nine people at a black church in charleston south carolina he was only allowed to purchase his weapon used to kill those innocent people because of errors by the fbi when the pulse nightclub shooter omar mateen tif pledged allegiance to isis before killing forty nine people at the orlando pulse nightclub the fbi investigated ta muth teen twice before the slaughter in orlando in the fbi cleared omar mateen and uh uh twenty away twenty '09 of forget the specific other it might have been '09 when uh fort hood shooter army major the dow has sawn had been in contact with alqaeda terrorist i'll walk he and others they declined to investigate an army major nidal hassan who goes on to kill thirteen brave american soldiers in fact the fbi did not notify fort hood that a major in the us army was communicating with terrorist fbi didn't notify anybody those are neighbor brothers to blow up the boston marathon on were notified by russia that they had associations with islamic terrorist leading to an fbi led taskforce to question the future terrorist tom melendez are now the agent ernie routes are now have closed the probe saying quote haven't found no link her next the terrorism and there have been many others so it looks as if if the fbi interview somebody we're gonna be laugh with the dead president or a blownup marathon or dead american soldiers or dead black worshippers or dead died gays and of pulse nightclub in orlando the record hair's awful and then also what happened in in uh in a stone mun douglas highschool the fbi was notified twice and so i'm rift to wonder if this organization which it is this is overwhelmed with all of their uman trafficking investigations all the investigations of embezzlement and counterfeiting and bank robberies and money laundering and the russian collusion delusion in clearing background checks on white house personnel and all the other stuff the fbi agents do on a regular basis does it make sense to give to that organization more responsibility when it can handle present responsibilities that makes sense for you how do you get the the florida department of public safety more responsibility when you.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Kind of weapon that he had the constant things he had done agency said they could not identify the september threat but the january for threat was well known affect the fbi i apologise so in this case the fbi was tipped that the shooting was going to take place installment douglas high school as it did take place about five weeks after the tip and sadly the fbi what which is overwhelmed completely and their responsibilities and duties without enough agents to do the work the fbi was tipped and the fbi apologize and did nothing many years ago a month before kennedy john f kennedy had his head blown off in daily plaza the fbi interviewed lee harvey oswald and released him said no problem in 2015 dylann roof shot nine people at a black church in charleston south carolina he was only allowed to purchase his weapon used to kill those innocent people because of errors by the fbi when the pulse nightclub shooter omar mateen pledged allegiance to isis before killing forty nine people at the orlando pulse nightclub the fbi investigators mateen twice before the slaughter in orlando and the fbi cleared omar mateen in uh uh twenty away twenty or nine of forget the specific other it might have been '09 when uh fort hood shooter army major the dow has sawn had been in contact with alqaeda terrorist i'll walk he and others they declined to investigate an army major dow his son who goes on to kill thirteen brave american soldiers in fact the fbi did not notify fort hood got a major in the us army was communicating with terrorist fbi didn't notify anybody he does on am brothers have up the boston marathon or notified by russia that they had associations when islamic terrorist leading to an fbi led taskforce to question the future terrorist tom relend is now native the agent ernie routes are now have close to probe saying quote hadn't found no link or next is to terrorism.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"And the rest up past real estate insiders with paul zarella for sunday morning at ten on wpro oh no no putting out the great american and on talk briefly about the fbi many friends and the fbi good retired fbi agents and active duty and marshal service ta and often have maun great respect for the rank and file when i look back over the fbi's performance with the florida shooter it's rather sad because they were warned at least twice by uh callers into their one eight hundred call fbi tip line that there was a are worldclass professional school shooter in the making and a check it out in the second call that was made january the fifth was quite specific about cruise the kind of weapon that he had the constant things he had done agency said they could not identify the september threat but the january threat was well known in fact the fbi apologize so in this case the fbi was tipped that the shooting was going to take place estonian douglas high school as it did take place about five weeks after the tip and sadly the fbi what which is overwhelmed completely and their responsibilities and duties without enough agents to do the work the fbi was tipped and the fbi apologize and did nothing many years ago a month before kennedy john f kennedy had his head blown off in daily plaza the fbi interviewed lee harvey oswald and released him so no problem in 2015 dylann roof shot nine people at a black church in charleston south carolina he was only allowed to purchase his weapon used to kill those innocent people because of errors by the fbi when the pulse nightclub shooter omar matif pledged allegiance to isis before killing forty nine people at the orlando pulse nightclub the fbi investigators mateen twice before the slaughter in orlando in the fbi cleared omar mateen and uh uh twenty away twenty '09 of forget the.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The nra had in the legislative process in florida uh she sort of in every in in every part of the process she has a hand dimitri alternately overseas the development of legislation she often creates it with her nra lawyers and then shepherds it through the legislature that means you know there are governments staffers who helped make sure that language in bills cords of the constitution stuff like that and she's working directly with the staffers as if she were lawmaker which of course she's not she's a lobbyist but winds of happening is that legislators ultimately abdicate the responsibilities to her so she effectively acts as if she were legislator though she's more powerful than they are um and then does things like you know as the peace detail sets up perot bill signing ceremonies wants a bill gets to the desk of the governor now there's a quote in your article that you have it's as if you're the governor and you've won by a handful of votes in you've got great political ambitions you're going to take marion's call in the middle of the night and if she needs something you do it and if you don't think you can do it you try any way given that the florida uh leadership has been in the hands of one party at least for the last twenty years and the influence of the nra as you report has been fairly strong what's the likelihood that something changes if it didn't change after trayvon martin if it didn't change after the orlando pulse shooting it seems like this is a very i mean this is a very rare moment nice sort of think were in uncharted territory right now to be clear what's being proposed right now raising the age limit uh buying assault or buying rifles you know from eighteen to twenty one uh expanding the three day waiting period for all gun purchases made at the private you know private dealers these are still really modest proposals despite the fact that the nra opposes them so as you you know what happened recently when there is a.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Have you tearing down the building where the shooting actually occurred to have a memorial in to build an additional building i want to understand one of the things that you just said you you said the baker act holding some one for up to three days we were talking about a kind of protective detention where someone who seems like they might be a threat to others would be held on that basis absolutely and i think all these things that i just mentioned there are all on the table on i've heard you know in florida your listeners understand that we've had republican rule of state a government for twenty years now we've had a republican governor for twenty years without republican state house a republican state set it to state senate is about 23 republicans to fifteen to sixteen democrats and in the state house it's about seventy nine to forty one so we have had a common sense gun safety up bills by democrats in odor of by members for many years now offered but he never been hurt now you have governor rick scott a republican using the phrase you've just used all measures are on the table do you take governor scott seriously i do i do and there's a big reason why i take him seriously this shooting compare to the orlando pulse nightclub and the fort lauderdale airport shooting what a difference between the d three shootings that it is that this one happened during session the other you didn't so everyone is coming back here to tallahassee this week for three more weeks are nine leak session of our 60day session and you you can't ignore what happened pulse happened to the middle of the summer and almost two years ago and we haven't had really any thing since you no meaningful change their mind heavier from reminder of how many match shooting there have been including several in recent years in florida i want to ask one of the thing you've criticize republicans for not acting on this issue they say they're standing up for the second amendment i'd like to ask you though since you.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

WHYR 96.9 FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

"Sutherland springs choline his wife at his uh uh uh badly is a step car but the baby had a fractured skull the orlando pulse nightclub shooter abused his exwife the virginia tech shooter was known to harassed female students before he shot and killed thirty two people emma sandy hook shooter murdered his mother before gunning down a kindergarten clashing with twenty kids and six adults we so many women in my life wasn't have experienced sexual harassment sexual abuse domestic violence including uh always having these conversations about uh how how swimming 100 protects girls and the connection between that domestic violence and violence and ob suit totally overlooked so tony ignored that we thought it was important to put those pieces together so that we can begin to understand the patterns and a systemic issues that lead to these mass shootings about what is it between these two kgb jews that cause of what we're seeing in our nation ipr water i think you might not even a psychologist derision advaucu skiing i can really i i'm not an expert but i think we can connect the dot off by people who have been hurt hurt people hurt people hurt people i imagine if we tracked each of these individuals we can go back into a family cycle of violence made an angry father or angry grandfather these patterns of power exerted over the vulnerable and frankly wealth and now power exuded over women in a culture like ours to be side watches it public proclamation a sexual predator does donald trump when we hear him talk about how he tweeted women in the beauty pageants in here talk about grabbing women's vaginas and we let that person message something about culture blessing a kind of patriarchal my cheese moral meal domination and violence in our culture that has made us turned a blind eye so that shows up in the way we discipline our children that shows up in the way we treat women in ministry some of us can't stand male pulpits shows up uh welcome in the way women are paid still no more than eighty four cents on the dollar in.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Or your order law enforcement or why nobody ever trap fact that off duty officer engage acting on fire and why me back in the building of ambush agai weren't clearly going to go on felony are on a lot of that model might be because you what your go in there we are armant ridiculous you're not gonna get a straight answer on the answering they want to go home and ingraham are our eu ordinance adam bacher off on you know and that would caught equal live one on a point i wanna bring a group called the international association of want work requirements hunters they actually have a group of about different quoting the higher in one of the train course next do in an ego incident where you up term responding officer when the shooting art i no cure yachtsman aware of that did you know about that charlie i'm turkey repeat that last one we just have a bad connection he was just saying that um for a law enforcement the they do these scenarios and one of the scenarios is that mass shooting uh that that took place and a use wondering if you're that they do you use that as part of a training protocol uh i i think what all mayor shooting they have a review of some kind in we are police some oganization going all over the country giving lectures and symposiums about how each bash shooting was handled and you try to discuss ideas and brainstorm and think about what you could do did make the next match shooting uh response pine in reaction better uh yes i have for that uh the 84 incident was used in some training uh may maybe video or or or lecture uh but i from what i understand a lot of these mass yuding are investigated the orlando pulse nightclub one they've already had some people around the country talking about that and and and a whole seventy eight page report came out in april about about the shooting so uh yes i am aware of these things being used for presentation that lectures to the what they can do to improve um gyp police reaction to these things let's go to wildcard line one lee in.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Fbi report for for the orlando pulse nightclub shooting they're saying it took three hours and twelve minutes because it was a hostage situation some of the victims i've interviewed they're absolutely furious at the length of time and they should be furious that it took three hours and twelve in a right that the police cost the hostage situation by not going into the bathroom think i wanted a bathroom and go after i'm i doubt thirteen more victims with guy i doubt that seriously did go after the active shooter kill him and if a couple of other people get hurt then that awful but if that's what they needed to do to save lives then then that's what you do one of the victims i interview boys she furious she called the police cowards he said all they did was five behind a patrol cars and when you hear from a victim he lost her only son in the attack uh it really hits home harder and this victim that i interviewed i have a lotta respect i use a former police officer actually and boy did she go off on the police calling them cowards for not storming the bathroom and going after the killer so the orlando incident three hours and twelve minutes you can't use the excuse would not ready for something like this how many incidents that we seen in america right would bash shooting sandy hook virginia task aurora you can go right down the line with all the insidiously seen in the last five years we have to take a break we'll come back with your calls next on coast to coast am.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on WLAC

"Fbi report for the orlando pulse nightclub shooting they're saying it took three hours and twelve minutes because it was a highly secure way some of the victims i've interviewed are absolutely furious at the length of time and they should be furious that it took three hours and twelve and it right that the police cost the hottest issue wasting by not going into the bathroom going to the bathroom and go after um i doubt thirteen more victims with guy i doubt that seriously did go after the active shooter kill him and if a couple of other people get hurt then that's awful but if that's what they needed to do to save lives dan then that's what you do one of the victims guy interview boys she furious she called the police cowards he said all they did was tied behind their patrol cars i mean you hear from a victim he lost her only son in the attack uh it really hits home harder and the victim that i interviewed i have a lotta respect i use a former police officer actually and boy did she go off on the police calling them coward for not storming the bathroom and going after the killer so the orlando incident three hours and twelve minutes you can't use the excuse for not ready for something like this how many incidents have we being in america right would bash shooting sandy hook virginia attack aurora you can go right down the line with all the incidents these seen in the last five years we have to take a break we'll come back with your calls next on coast to coast am.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Up a memorial outside orlando's pulse nightclub marks one year since the shootings there left forty nine people dead andrew spencer looks at the rememberance staring at the candles at the memorial outside the pulse nightclub brought many people back to last year's shooting when you remember the tragedy that happen there's no way around it there's going to be clear for about an hour overnight people dressed as angels stood somberly outside the shuttered orlando nightclub the formality a of the ceremony helping them deal with the gravity of what happened i think that what we came from all of this and the remember is that we again and again that orlando fans together at around two a m on june twelve 2016 a gunman entered poll said gay nightclub in orlando omar mateen killed forty nine people in injured dozens more keeping police at bay for more than three hours before he too was shot and killed his wife nora salman is still awaiting trial on charges of obstruction of justice and aiding and abetting the teen in providing material support to isis she his pledge did not guilty the pulse nightclub is still closed shuttered since the shooting while many of the physical injuries have healed survivors in the community as a whole likely be dealing with the emotional injuries for a long time i mean through spencer reporting it's twenty two before the hour demine damaged rations against sharia or islamic law took place saturday and more than two dozen cities across the us rallies drew counterprotests by people who said the efforts stoked unfounded fears jim bohannon conducted the following interview before the demonstrations took place we're joined by bridge she gabriel the president of act for america dot org jews also author of the book they must.

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"orlando pulse" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"orlando pulse" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Following fired fbi director james comey senate testimony that president trump did not order him to end an investigation on former national security advisor michael flynn some are suggesting a case for obstruction of justice against the president cannot be may whether or not there there was obstruction by the white house is a matter of debate to republican senator and judiciary committee member mike we of utah's says he doesn't see any evidence of intent to obstruct i i don't see any indication that there was even the potential for corruption but former us attorney berrara says not only does he think there is evidence to start that discussion there's no basis to say there's no obstruction both were guests on abc's this week special counsel and former fbi director robert muller will ultimately make that determination fox's grenell scott president trump yesterday tweeting an attack aimed at former fbi director call me i believe the james comey lethal be far more prevalent than anyone ever thought possible oh totally illegal very cowardly boxes kristen fischer that tweet comes on the heels of news that attorney general jeff sessions will testify tomorrow before the senate intelligence committee it's not known whether sessions will testify in public ort behind closed doors today marks a year since the massacre at a gay nightclub in orlando night of terror at orlando's pulse nightclub specializing in lgbt patriots but serving all now bloodied by bullets police on scene got the message the government called them but but garmin he would later be identified as omar mateen any killed forty nine people before cop shot him dead his widow will stand trial for helping him plot machines onslaught was praised by isis put them stories emerged mccain might have been secretly gay fox's evan brown fox news.

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