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In Wake of George Floyd's Death, James Blake Reflects on His Own Experience with Police Brutality
"One of the most popular stars in the pro tennis tour for fourteen years says he has had nightmares sensing the police killing of George Floyd about two weeks ago in Minneapolis nearly five years ago James Blake was standing outside his upscale New York City hotel waiting for an afternoon ride to the U. S. open just standing there waiting for the car and definitely not thinking about this thinking about the day what's going on and see someone running from the street towards me and my first reaction was naive as it may be was that this is probably someone that knows me from high school or some coming to give me a hug or play joker or mess around in about three seconds later when I was on the ground I realized that wasn't the case a plainclothes officer had sprinted toward him from his left tackle dump body slammed him face first to the pavement hand cuffed him didn't tell him why and held them for ten to fifteen minutes the video shows a pretty clearly I never raised my arms I never ran and never did anything they could be seen in anyway as confrontational the carpeted soul to the wrong man wanted in a credit card fraud case Blake suffering elbow and knee scrapes and bruises now forty years old Blake who was ranked number four in the world to know six realizes how lucky he was to have been able to walk away given what's happened to so many other black men he sued the city but later withdrew it after the city agreed to establish a legal fellowship to investigate police misconduct and advocate for victims of police brutality the officer who was assaulted him was punished with the loss of four vacation days that's it and he sued Blake later for defamation suit that was thrown out in federal court as being frivolous several months earlier of course Eric garner was choked to death from behind by a New York City officer Daniel Pantaleo after saying I can't breathe eleven times face down on the sidewalk for allegedly selling cigarettes illegally and resisting arrest the medical examiner ruled that a homicide but a grand jury declined to indict the F. B. I. launched an investigation recommending that federal civil rights violations be charged but U. S. Attorney General William Barr declined to prosecute Pantaleo was fired last year after which he sued the city backed by his police union and people wonder why Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem protest and police brutality in the black community
Trump attempts to link NYPD Commissioner's resignation to bail-reform law
"President trump in a tweet try telling police commissioner o'neill's decision to resign to a new state bail reform law the new measure could lead to the early release of hundreds of people being held on non violent charges in a calmer responded the president has lost his right to call New York our city when he moved his residence to Florida the move was an obvious legal tactic to convince a judge not to grant the Manhattan district attorney's motion to force production of trump's tax returns on quote Mister o'neill who steps down next month says one of the toughest decisions he had to make was firing officer Daniel Pantaleo in the garner case Eric garner case I've been a cop for a long time and that decision there was no many police officers looked at that and said but you know that could have been me and rose Marie Maldonado I thought did a great job as the deputy commissioner trials the band Tucker concurred with that decision I thought it was important for us all to move forward so it was one of the most difficult things I've had to do incoming police commissioner German Sheri talked about the importance of integrating the NYPD with communities like all eight point six million people to get involved to to to call the police when you see something to attend community meetings this is my neighborhood policing is so important J. speaking there on good day New York a new pilot program aimed at improving relations between the NYPD and young people Rechlin borough president Eric Adams held a student workshop in response to the brawl at the metro tech subway stop we need to do training to young people he's launching a peer to peer pilot program homeless students will be trained to teach others how to respond responsibly to bullies Josh's on board taking those steps to where I can adapt to what's happening is the step in the right direction the borough president hopes the training sessions can be adopted by the school system and the NYPD Juliet Papa tented wins news
NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill resigns, Dermot Shea to be new top cop
"Wins he has overseen ongoing drops in crime in the NYPD response to high profile attacks but he struggled this summer before deciding to fire an officer for the twenty fourteen chokehold death of Eric garner and now after just three years as commissioner James o'neill is stepping down for other opportunities merit of law's heal quickly replacing him with chief of detectives Dermot che Denton was reporter Sohn urine cone is it sitting all this is a safer city and a fairer city and we have proven that those two ideas go together and Meredith Blasio says outgoing commissioner James o'neill has worked hard to make that possible with help from his chief of the active German J. who will take over the top job Chasez neighborhood policing has a strong foundation he intends to build on but it'll take more collaboration with police public agencies neighborhood groups but I know that we are up to the challenge as to why o'neill is stepping down it's the right time it's the right time and I'm gonna miss it I'm I really am I I love being a cop asked if this had anything to do with the decision he admittedly struggled with to fire Daniel Pantaleo he said it was the right decision o'neill says he's not concerned about his legacy but wants to see the city continue to get safer wants cops to be
NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill resigning, Dermot Shea to be new top cop
"McKinney NYPD commissioner James o'neill announcing he's stepping down to be replaced by chief of detectives Dermot che o'neill is leaving to take a job in the private sector and he's leaving after thirty five years of the NYPD I love being a cop I consider myself a cop is the police commissioner I never considered myself a sergeant lieutenant captain whatever rank I was I consider myself a cop incoming commissioner Dermot Shea and his philosophy of police work a sacred trust that we will protect people we will serve we will be there for them and we will do for those that need our help the most when no one else can do o'neill had been commissioner for more than three years his recent firing of officer Daniel Pantaleo the officer at the center of the Eric garner chokehold death caused o'neill to lose support among some of the rank and
The officer who was fired for using a chokehold on Eric Garner is suing to get his job back
"Fired police officer Daniel Pantaleo was fighting to get his badge back you suing the N. Y. P. D. and police commissioner o'neill the unintended consequences Mr garner's death must have a consequence of its own the police commissioner sided with the findings of the department trial Pantaleo employed a band chokeholds contributing to the death of Eric garner as he resisted arrest on Staten Island five years ago at the time of the firing PBA president Pat Lynch said justice was not served there were no criminal charges or federal civil rights charges and the evidence showed and many of you saw and the public storage as well that this was not a crime this is a chaotic situation garner's mother Gwenn Carr
NYPD officer fired in Eric Garner's chokehold death sues to get job back
"New York City police officer Daniel Pantaleo is now suing to get his job back it comes nearly two months after he was fired for his role in the twenty fourteen chokehold death of Eric garner according to his lawyer had a lawyer filed a lawsuit against the NYPD yesterday alleging the decision to fire him was arbitrary and
NYPD cop fired in Eric Garner's death sues seeking job back
"Former cop Daniel Pantaleo wants his job back he was fired for his role in the death of Eric garner former NYPD cop was canned by police commissioner Jamie o'neal in August following an administrative trial that came five years after Eric garner's death it is Monteleone who can be seen putting Gardner in a chokehold right before his death the only other officer disciplined in the garner case was docked twenty vacation days no one laden W. O.
NYPD cop fired in Eric Garner's death sues seeking job back
"Daniel Pantaleo who was just fired by the NYPD for his role in the death of Eric garner is now suing to get his job back his attorneys as Pantaleo his behavior and actions were justified and his firing was not the city law department says it will defend the administrative law judge's findings and recommendations and the police commissioner's decision to fire Pantaleo Reverend al Sharpton issued a statement calling Pantaleo lawsuit disrespectful not only to the commissioner and the NYPD but also to the garner
NYPD arrests plunge since cop fired for chokehold death
"Figures confirm an NYPD work slow down arrest totals in New York City a plunge sense York City police commissioner James o'neill fired officer Daniel Pantaleo the chokehold death of Eric garner the commissioner says a felony arrests are down some eleven percent and misdemeanor arrests are down seventeen
Final Punishment in Eric Garner Case: Sergeant Loses Vacation Time
"Press the NYPD is now at odds with the union leaders in the aftermath of the firing of officer Daniel Pantaleo in disciplinary action against the first supervisor on the scene of the arrest of Eric garner sergeants union leader at Mullin's blasted the NYPD's disciplinary process and said he wanted the truth out about sergeant Kizzy Adonis this Adonis was not and I repeat what is not the patrol supervisor on the night of this into Mullen says she refused to admit guilt and agreed to a settlement where she would be docked twenty vacation days we see this in consideration of a deal that was nearly complete on behalf of all this Pantaleo and pulled at the very last minute sources say panel layout was supposed to retire with his pension but that decision change after the trial judge's recommendation to fire him was leaked to The New York Times Mullen says it's time for commissioner o'neill to resign Juliet Papa ten ten wins news
NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo fired for Eric Garner death
"The NYPD has finished its case related to air dark garner's death on Staten Island a sergeant who supervised officer Daniel Pantaleo will give up twenty vacation days to keep her job the lady was fired by commissioner James o'neil on CBS this morning o'neill said the garner arrest was a difficult situation for all of the officers involved I don't know if any of you ever tried to handcuff anyone no problem we not it is this this situation was a matter of nine seconds ten seconds this is where my experience as uniformed cop comes in I've had to head because it's a very difficult thing to try to do is to try to heck of someone that's not
NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo fired for Eric Garner death
"Police commissioner James o'neil says he thought about the death of Eric garner for five years before deciding that officer Daniel Pantaleo had to be fired on CBS this morning he acknowledged the criticism he's received from the patrolmen's benevolent association but he said that comes with the job the TVA is been very vocal and and the other criticism of of may which is fine I make my skin was very thin when I started this job three years ago it's not so thin anymore he says the messages there is accountability and the
Fired NYPD cop Daniel Pantaleo to sue commissioner to get his job back
"Topping our news fired cop daniel pantaleo will lsu the police commissioner james o'neill and the n._y._p._d. And new york to win back his job that from the new york post his lawyer said monday pantaleo filed suit under the state's civil practice law and rules and why p._d. Commissioner o.'neil fire pantaleo over the death of eric garner in twenty fourteen incident excellent on staten island that fueled the black lives matter movement that one is cell phone video showed the victim repeatedly shouting. I can't breathe
Eric Garner, Officer And Daniel Pantaleo discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"More fallout from the arrested led to the death of Eric garner first officer Daniel Pantaleo was fired down the first supervisor to arrive on the Staten Island scene is facing discipline sergeant Kizzy Adonis forgoes a departmental trial and will be docked twenty vacation days per discipline for the role she played in the confrontation with Eric garner the punishment came just days after police commissioner James o'neill fired officer Daniel Pantaleo and determined that he used a banned tell call to subdue the Staten Island man I don this was the supervising sergeant and had recently been promoted to the job according to a statement from the NYPD the commissioner found that some of her super vision was lacking but she did not because this show called to come into play and did not prevent medical aid from getting to garner Adonis was taken off modify duty and reinstated about a year
Daniel Pantaleo, Officer Who Held Eric Garner in Chokehold, Is Fired
"Than five years after he placed eric garner in an illegal and fatal chokehold new new york police officer daniel pantaleo was fired the decision announced by new york city police commissioner james o'neill garner's daughter emerald wearing a t shirt with a word murderer written across a picture of pantaleo. Thank the commissioner for his decision. Then promise that this is just the first step toward justice we we will be we will we will be going after the rest of the
NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo fired for Eric Garner death
"Officer Daniel Pantaleo firing back following NYPD commissioner James o'neill decision to let him go after their arrest and death of Eric garner Daniel Pantaleo is suing the NYPD and the police commissioner to get his job back claiming his firing was arbitrary and capricious if he wins he could be reinstated to the NYPD and awarded damages for lost wages attorney store at London also accuses the NYPD of reneging on a verbal agreement with high ranking members that Pantaleo would be awarded a pension and seven years when he would have been eligible but on Friday he was told the deal was over ruled by the police
Daniel Pantaleo, O'neill And Commissioner discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning
"Let's get right to it Daniel Pantaleo was fired yesterday by commissioner o'neill and who better to we'll get his thoughts on this subject that I think is really dividing the city than former police commissioner bill Bratton good morning to you bill morning Michael so I got to ask you did your friend commissioner o'neill make the right decision in firing officer Pantaleo well obviously Jimmy commercial nail believe she did that he had access to significant amounts of information that's been gathered over the last five years the by the trial judge that went into great detail as to her recommendations so process was one of the I think everybody agrees that took much too long that will be one of the lessons learned going forward the the idea that historically police agencies the poor to the justice department the US justice department on issues involving US civil rights investigations I think this one will be a watershed in that five years justice department could not make a decision that delayed the NYPD Blue report on theirs I think in future years to be less difference the justice department but quite obviously occasional Neil anguish over his decision let you know by that one and that is say is the final say what message bill does it send to other policemen I mean a commission it was saying the chokehold was appropriate the beginning but he held it too long for seventeen seconds I mean seem to send a message to the police beat out he could be really careful when you arrest somebody now well technically that message is always there going back to my days in nineteen seventy joining the Boston police department at a rest the ultimate use of police power other than the use of deadly force and it's something that is always brought with Carol cheekily when that aggression is being resisted it was as it was in this case absolutely led to the awful tragedy in New York state as in many states there is no right to resist arrest and this one certainly have extraordinary tragic consequences for the god family discount certainly but also for panel ale for the department for the city for the nation as it wrestles with this historic problem that is very much in the forefront of very much look for fun over the last few years here in the ark because of the we got a case its resolution of the garner case in the sense of it was an action there was a charge there's been a finding there's a penalty but the issues underlying it all the racial tension the racial discord the country's original sin if you will what remains of apartment has been making great efforts with the support of many communities around the city to try and heal those historical tensions conditionally on particular the irony the neighborhood policing program that he lied about that that pushing very heavily these last so we is is beginning to take hold one of the things that would attempt to address is exactly the situation that the hospital they honestly gonna found themselves in Hopkinsville plaque that morning the idea of a community that wanted something done about major disorder in the in the area drug dealing distorted public drinking public urination they had said enough but as the police to into the sea please send to cedar and unfortunately the result was what with with us for the last five years going forward the the restoring order requires such as police action active which is based but it clearly is a shared responsibility do you have a message to the rank and file and the PBA as you saw was extremely upset there's some talk about job actions slow downs and things like that and obviously they feel put upon now and and and sort of dissed by the commissioner what would your message be to the rank and file today but it's the same one official nails quite pointing out that putting out to them that this was a tragedy for everybody but as New York City police offices as police officers if taken the nose to uphold the law to enforce the law to go to a danger and they will continue to do that I think some of the union comments unfortunate that being betrayed as a call to inaction in courage in offices to slow down if you will some offices may the majority will not the nature of policing often times require is strong assured of action and offices will continue to move toward the calls the service the calls to danger a slowdown serves no purpose because it gives the criminal element in the city a sense of the police aren't going to do anything and if it goes on for a long period of time then please trying to regain control is more difficult effectively a call for a slowdown in action increases the danger and risk June the oxy city police officers because the message will go out the cost of college the cops in cells are free to act well we we already have the situation with the cops having water thrown at them the other day in Brooklyn I actually shots fired whether trying to respond to will call I I think they feel pretty put upon right now and nobody's got their back again and you know in this this comes right after these type of episodes where it seems like this kind of behavior was tolerated well that's exactly the point I'm making the I. dear they do not feel that they are being supported the judge for example on one of the arrest was made in that melee a book from the other evening the the prosecutor in book one was not been particularly supportive of the police and the police are respected I recommend the ten thousand dollar bail according to the article I saw in the paper this morning and the the judge in that case basically put the the young man into a diversion program she didn't accept the bail recommendation from a district attorney's office who very seldom recommends bail in mostly focuses on the version this case he did not show it correct that is not a great deal of support on the criminal justice reform movement on the part of a number of Jie's water judges and cops understand that but the idea here is they still have to go out and do their job do it legally constitutionally within the guidelines and policies as if they don't then their job becomes even more dangerous to them and to the public as a whole that's just the reality of it Joe might be a B. H. H. slow down as it was back in two thousand fourteen during the tragic deaths of boxes the detective of the salute probably likely will there be a vote of no confidence informational nail in the mail almost guarantee but the as time goes on all this will basically be behind them in some respects as relates to this issue but the underlying problem is still there that yesterday was not a resolution it was with a basically a the swatch will particular incident at a particular time but the underlying issues many of which you just raging terms of officer concerned about not being supported at the ironically after three straight years of crime decline in the city which was largely brought about by the NYPD working with the ace that working with the community but largely the direct result of their actions and their sacrifices all right former New York police commissioner bill Bratton thanks for your thoughts thoughts bill we appreciate it okay all of us Michael good morning take care bye
"pantaleo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Officer Daniel Pantaleo fired he will appeal in connection with the apparent chokehold death of Eric garner in twenty fourteen the decision in the end by NYPD police commissioner James o'neill and through the testimony look at the video a number of times I know what the definition of a of a chill cold is this is what led me to this decision and again a difficult decision reaction to this decision here's correspondent was marred officer Pantaleo now out of a job the Reverend al Sharpton wants to see new changes in the law we are challenging this city to now move to the next step of making chokeholds the legal and to not castigate and disparage the name of Eric garner on unproven allegations garner's daughters emerald applauds the termination of Pantaleo but wishes it had come much sooner commissioner o'neill I thank you for doing the right thing I truly sincerely thank you for firing the officer regardless so however you came up to your decision you finally made a decision that should have been me five years ago I'm Liz Warner for seventy seven W. ABC news New York City mayor de Blasio says justice was served and the decision he hope springs a small measure of closure to the garner family democratic representatives L. hand more and Rasheeda to leave sharply criticizing Israel on Monday for denying them entry to the Jewish state and called on fellow members of Congress to visit while they cannot here's a representative and to leave it is unfortunate that prime minister Netanyahu is apparently taking a page out of trump's book in even just direction from trump to deny this opportunity meanwhile Omar Minnesota suggested the president and prime minister Netanyahu were suppressing the lawmakers ability to carry out their oversight role it may be another Republican candidate for president former South Carolina governor mark Sanford says he is considering a primary run against Donald Trump obviously after human terms is there is a bit of fear and trepidation in a project so daunting and impossible and I don't relish the idea of being a human turned out in front of Donald Trump he says he plans to make a decision by Labor Day a driver taken to hospital conscious and alert after their vehicle was struck by an oncoming L. I. double our train yesterday just west of center Avenue in east Rockaway happened about three forty five Monday afternoon the MTA says it appears the person drove around the crossing gates W. A. B. C. news time seven oh three traffic sports weather next seventy seven.
New York City, Officer And Eric Garner discussed on Chip Franklin
"New York City has fired the police officer at the center of Eric garner's chokehold death here's correspondent Steve Kassebaum Eric garner's daughter emerald waited five years for this she thank the commissioner for firing Daniel Pantaleo listal however you came up to your decision you finally made a decision that should have been me five years ago the reaction was quite different from the side representing police officers the leadership has abandoned ship and left our police officers on the street alone PBA president Pat Lynch said the commissioner made a political decision he decided to run for the corner that has the
"pantaleo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Org you're listening to All Things Considered on WNYC I'm Jamie Floyd police commissioner James o'neill today fired the police officer who place an illegal chokehold on Eric garner back in two thousand fourteen Mister garner died after the confrontation on Staten Island and his last words I can't breathe help fuel a movement against police use of deadly force but it was five years before we had any resolution in Pantaleo skates and garner's family was angry it took so long the mayor is hailed today's decision but the police union is outraged and is calling on the rank and file to show their displeasure our team coverage continues now with W. NYC Cindy Rodriguez and bridge Bergen who are back in the news room and join me now hello hi Jamie paging me as police commissioner o'neill said today it was his decision to fire Pantaleo but what did he say we're his reasons Cindy so Jamie he detailed everything that happened on that day in Staten Island five years ago and made it a point to say that Eric garner was argumentative and non compliant when officers tried to arrest him for allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes and he said Pantaleo acted appropriately up until a certain point when the two men fell against a plate glass window that's when Pantaleo is grip on garner turned into a chokehold and when the two men fell to the ground he said Pantaleo had a chance to let go and readjust but he didn't and while o'neill agreed with the judge and fired pants away he also took every opportunity to sound supportive of police officers and remind people that he was a cop for thirty four years and that had he been on patrol that day in Staten Island he may have made the same as steaks and had I made those mistakes I would wish I'd use the arrival of backup officers to give the situation more time to make that arrest and what of wished I'd released my grip before it became a chokehold every time I watch that video I say to myself that's probably all of you do to Mister garner don't do it comply officer Pantaleo don't do it and the decision comes despite the fact that neither the state nor federal government file charges against Daniel Pantaleo right that's right Jimmy Staten Island grand jury declined to indict Pantaleo and the justice department took five years to say they would not bring charges against the officer because they didn't have the evidence to prove intent now this was all very frustrating for garner's family because they desperately wanted police officers to be held accountable so what was their reaction well at a press conference that was held today with Reverend al Sharpton emerald snipes garner this is Eric garner's daughter thing to people that have been pro testing and pressuring the police commissioner to act and she was relieved by the decision coming up now.
"pantaleo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"His fire Daniel Pantaleo a white officer accused of the choking death of an unarmed black man five years ago Eric garner said eleven times before he died I can't believe that became a focal point for the black lives matter movement this is NYPD can police commissioner James o'neil even once Mister garner was moved to his side on the ground with his left arm behind his back in his right hand still open an extended officer Pantaleo kept his hands clasped and maintained the chuckle Mr garner's obvious distress is confirmed when he coughs and grimaces owner's daughter emerald says her family still demanding a law named after her dad which he says would hold officers accountable for their actions I thank you for doing the right thing I truly sincerely thank you for firing the officer regardless so however you came up to your decision you finally made a decision that should have been me five years ago the police union says the commissioners chosen politics and his own self interest over the police officers he claims to leave it's six so five a federal judge in Philadelphia is considering whether to approve what would be the first supervised drug injection center in the country US attorney bill explain his sued to block the site saying it violates federal drug laws and normalizes the use of heroin and fennel the judge heard from an ER doctor also one non profit leader supporting the plant open safe house presumably in Kensington or about a fifth of the city's overdose deaths happened last year and where more than five hundred overdoses were were first last year there's no word on when the judge might rule mayor Kenny is creating a new city office to coordinate critical services for people returning to the community after spending time behind bars the one of the city hall bureau chief Pablo reports he office of re entry partnerships will consolidate a number of separate programs to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy for assisting those returning from prison according to deputy managing director Vanessa Garrett hardly but I've had some really good program but other things going on in your area but it is not all we needed so that he had a an online continuum of service the director will be Bianca van Hey dork currently at temple the announcement comes at the same time the re entry services coalition released a report making pretty much the same point it finds there's a good base.
"pantaleo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"D. commissioner James o'neill is firing officer Daniel Pantaleo following the twenty fourteen arrest and chokehold death of Eric garner every time I watch that video I say to myself is probably all of you do to Mister garner don't do it comply officer Pantaleo don't do it W. A. B. C.'s Kristin marks with more o'neill said it was a tough decision whether to accept an NYPD judge's opinion that officer Daniel Pantaleo be terminated I mean a cop a long time if I was still a cop I probably be mad at me o'neill says while garner was a non compliant when being arrested and that cops are given latitude to use physical force during arrests Pantaleo used a band to choke hold o'neill expressed sympathy for both garner and Pantaleo but noted both men faced consequences following the incident I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news more than fifty four thousand dollars has been raised for a woman who lost her father when a plane crashed into their house Saturday in Dutchess county more than a thousand people have donated money for Serra Boker so far assistance slammed into their home in Unionville it burst into flames killing the pilot serwis father Jerry and critically injuring her sister Hannah the plane took off from Orange County airport on route to farming jail but had reports of engine trouble Wall Street the Dow up two hundred ninety three points the nasdaq up a hundred twenty six the S. and P..
"pantaleo" Discussed on WRVA
"Commissioner agreed and Pantaleo was firing is effective immediately ABC's Eric garner ants perspective to what he is and will be your controversial decision the Staten Island district attorney declined to bring criminal charges and Attorney General Barr declined to bring federal civil rights charges as the gardener family had hoped the police commissioner really tried to strike a balance at heart the police commissioner James o'neill is a is a street cop has been for for all of his career he's not a political guy but the politics have become inevitable especially since the mayor of the city on a national debate stage promised that there would be justice for the garner family stay with news radio W. R. V. A. as we bring you the latest information on this developing story Richmond police are still working to identify the man whose body was found on a rock in the James River yesterday and to figure out how and why he done a pedestrian walking in the four hundred block of south ninth street saw a man lying on a rock in the middle of the James fire EMS crews and the corner responded the Virginia state crime commission is meeting this hour to look at gun bills referred to them during the short July special session on guns W. obvious Matt deadline the crime commission chairman senator Marco been chain says there will be no recommendations this week but that the commission is aware of the General Assembly is coming back to look at gun issues after election day governor Ralph nor them some members a letter saying Virginians deserve action that the proposals he's offering on gun control do not need further study the governor is backing additional background checks and extreme rates protection orders the commission receive these bills after the July special session that was called to respond to the mass shooting in Virginia beach and met since the special session they're also mass shootings in el Paso and end date that double line news radio W. R. B. yeah president trump fires a warning shot at fox news says something's wrong at fox and hinted the network may not get a Republican presidential debate if it doesn't change as recent criticism of his administration and the British royal family is responding to a video when unseal documents that connect prince Andrew with the alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey abstain ABC's linsey Davis a blistering statement from Buckingham Palace defending prince Andrew after new video service purportedly showing the prince a Jeffrey abstains Manhattan mansion in two thousand ten the palace telling ABC news the Duke of York has been appalled by the recent reports of Jeffrey abstains alleged crimes his Royal Highness deplores the exploitation of any human being and the suggestion he would condone participate in or encourage any such behavior is abhorrent checking your money the down he is up to sixty six the S. and P. up thirty five the nasdaq up one eighteen you're next news at the bottom of the.
"pantaleo" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Whether to fire officer Daniel Pantaleo for his role in Eric garner's death an administrative judge you recommended that Pantaleo be fired over the two thousand fourteen chokehold death has said Pantaleo was implausible and self serving in his descriptions of what happened two in Stamford Connecticut the girlfriend of the estranged husband is due in court a connection with the disappearance of the mother of five Jennifer do Los the girlfriend Michelle proponents just to face a judge this morning and what has been described as a pre trial hearing and three police say a man jumped to his death from a Manhattan apartment building and his wife was found stabbed to death inside the apartment police responded to a nine one one call in the Inwood neighborhood just before ten thirty last night and they found seventy two year old Campo Elias Montalvo lying on the pavement unconscious and unresponsive they then found his seventy eight year old wife Francia walls lying on the sofa with stab wounds both the man and the woman were pronounced dead at the scene at ten seventeen Newark's water emergency heads back to federal court today residents have been demanding that the city of Newark expand its water distribution to an even larger number of people court resumes this morning after arguments were presented last week advocates one door to door bottled water deliveries after was found that some water filters weren't working this happened after lead levels were found to be high in other parts of Newark ten eighteen ten for traffic and weather together on the eight send Tom handling thank you back we look at the New Jersey Turnpike heads up here we have a crash on the northbound side of the car lanes the into roadway just south of the interchange ten and that means as of now the accident is taking out all lanes of you going north down south of interchange ten after crossing the Hudson of the hygiene W. B. about only five to ten into the city thirty outbound if you're trying to do that by way of the cross Bronx now the Lincoln and Holland those aren't so bad that the inbound Lincoln and Holland looks like about five to ten in either direction as a matter of fact order queens we go pretty busy trying to get into and around the greddy airport WCBS tip caller Kevin checked in with traffic of the Grand Central approaching the internal roads thank you Kevin now some of the other things to watch we have some stop and go in the westbound L. E. if you're trying to get to the queens midtown tunnel and FDR drive you slowing down to the usual spots about the one teens in particular down into the seventies the west side highway is in good shape going down the Deegan that cross Bronx delay we told you about that's good be slow below Fordham road our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS sponsored by your tri state Honda dealer let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to.
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"Pantaleo was shown on video holding garner in a chokehold while he was being arrested for selling single untaxed cigarettes outside of the store owner infamously gas I can't read multiple times before dying for spot it's the Kassebaum reports that the decision will have wide reaching implications this city is bracing for decision from the police commissioner soon while he has until the end of the month he signaled that he may decide officer Daniel Pantaleo was fate as soon as next week earlier this week lawyers for officer Pantaleo and the civilian complaint review board submitted their responses to a department judge's recommendation that Pantaleo be fired for his role in Eric garner's chokehold death commissioner James o'neil finds himself in a difficult position if Pantaleo is and fired there would be outrage in many parts of the city if o'neal does fire him he risks losing the respect of many officers on the force Steve casting about New York meanwhile back here in Philadelphia Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf signed a sweeping executive order taking aim at what he calls a public health crisis of gun violence he tapped for Philadelphia commission police commissioner Charles Ramsey to lead the effort now announcement comes just two days after a gunman in north Philadelphia shot and wounded six police officers during a violent standoff the executive order I'm signing is not an impulsive decision made in the wake of the recent mass shootings rather it's the result of months of work by my administration working with partners to find real tangible solutions that focus on reducing gun violence the executive order creates an office of gun violence prevention what is giving it six months to recommend how to reduce mass shootings domestic violence and suicide as well as accidental shootings Ramsey's been appointed the senior adviser governor I just want to thank you for taking the steps to do it at the state level because we wait around for the federal government to do it is not going to happen anytime soon separately the governor is set up a division of violence prevention within the department of health and state health officials will be responsible for collecting data on gun violence incidents to help inform more effective responses and policies discipline policy decisions meanwhile Philadelphia prosecutors say they're going to appeal a city judge's decision to toss out charges against the trash truck driver accused of killing a biker in a crash nearly two years ago they wanna be's crime and justice reporter Kristin Jon Hansen has this store bicycling.
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"Against officer Daniel Pantaleo or any of the other NYPD officers involved in garner's death we explain this to me because the the officers on police department says he acted improperly you're not supposed to put your arm around a guy's neck like that take him down a man died because of what he did like that's not in dispute so how do you not get charged for anything this would have made perhaps a classic reckless endangerment case maybe even a manslaughter case at the state level but prosecutors on Staten Island where all of this went down declined to bring officer Pantaleo up on charges so the only option left was the federal government officer Pantaleo was not engaged in a chokehold on Mister garner when he said he could not breathe there's been a debate night for the last five years as to whether they could prove beyond a reasonable doubt that officer Pantaleo willfully violated Eric garner civil rights in this dispute ultimately was refereed by the Attorney General William Barr the civil rights division really wanted this case to move forward the Attorney General at the time it happened Eric holder had pushed for it and it was always this dispute internally within the justice department and what the US attorney in the Eastern District of New York Richard Donnie who told me yesterday was he wouldn't comment on the internal dispute I will say that the end of the day Attorney General Barr thoroughly considered this case and made the decision himself and that is the decision of the department so what's the reaction from the family that I mean what what are they wants going forward the family came out obviously.
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"Pantaleo won't testify, the disciplinary trial because of the pending criminal investigation. But a transcript of his interview within wipe e investigators was allowed into evidence over the objection of prosecutors who won't be able to challenge his version of what happened for NPR news. I'm Cindy Rodriguez in New York. Oregon could become the fifteenth state to join the national voter interstate compact, which aims to ensure that the electoral college votes are awarded to whomever wins the popular vote, Oregon has seven electoral votes opponents say the compact goes against the wishes of the nation's founding fathers that will not eliminate swing states because candidates will still campaign in areas with the most votes. You're listening to NPR news. News. North Carolina Republicans who failed to override the veto of legislation that would make it a crime for doctors to fail to care for an infant delivered after a failed abortion, democratic governor, ROY Cooper says the so-called born alive. Bill was unnecessary because current law already protects newborns in Wisconsin, Wednesday, the legislature gave its final approval to a similar measure and democratic governor Tony egos, has already promised to veto it. Thailand's. Military is calling the country's election of a new prime minister return to democratic rule after the military seized power five years ago from Bangkok. Michael Sullivan reports that election critics say that the vote was neither free nor fair. The new prime is the same one who's lead the country since the two thousand fourteen coup. Former general turn politician prior channel job. He was the candidate of the pro-military party that won the most votes in an election. They opposition claims was rigged, but still had vibe. The strong challenge from the anti military coalition candidate Tonnetto on June wrong kit. The former general had five years to prepare though and a military appointed election commission whose arcane vote-counting helped the military-backed parties at the opposition's expense, then there was Thailand's two hundred and fifty seat appointed Senate its members chosen by the military, which meant private only needed about a quarter of the seats in the elected lower house to win the post for NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan in Bangkok, I stock market shares are mixed lower in Shanghai following gains. On Wall Street, I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Sierra Nevada brewing company, family owned operated and argued over since nineteen eighty proud supporter of independent thought whether that's online over the air or in a bottle. More at Sierra Nevada dot com. Welcome to all of it on WNYC. I'm Alison.
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"Daniel Pantaleo is scheduled to resume it NYPD headquarters today he is accused of using a fatal chokehold in the death of Eric garner on Staten Island in two thousand fourteen a medical examiner from Missouri is expected to testify and challenge the New York City, medical examiner's, determination that Garner's death was a homicide brought on by cold Garner's mother Gwen Carr has attended each day of the trial, which began may thirteenth, and she plans to be there. Again. Today. City public advocate Jimani Williams's calling on Manhattan DA Sivan's to investigate misconduct by the prosecution in the central park, five case, specifically by former assistant DA, Linda fairstein. There's been a new focus. On the case in the wake of Netflix mini series, when they see us that series deals with the convictions and subsequent exonerations of five teenagers in the rape of a jogger in central park. Williams says he wants fairstein disbarred fairstein resigned yesterday from the boards of several nonprofits, including the safe horizons victim services agency, and her alma. Mata Vassar college. She calls the miniseries maliciously. Inaccurate wins news time eleven forty three of potential new Telus shortage has been averted workers at a French plant had walked off the job to press for higher wages, but later returned and tell a production resumed the enter the hugely popular hazelnuts chocolate spreads set that access to the factory was reopened Dave nights, and that normal activity resumed at the sites, according to the union, the one hundred sixty of the factories three hundred and fifty because he took part in the wool Coutts demanded a full point five percent, salary increase a one time, nine hundred euro bonus and bets awaken condemn. It was unclear whether that amounts had been gone sets the plant produces six hundred thousand jobs of the chocolates, and has not spread to every day. That's a cool tr- of the world's outputs. I'm Karen Shammas wins news time eleven capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. Doc Graham street, Bryant shorts your energy Bill went up sixty percent this month. Stand clear,.
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"And the second day of officer Daniel Pantaleo disciplinary trial and the death of Eric garner. Steve burns says we heard from the man in charge of recruit training at the NYPD academy. Deputy inspector Richard de testified that the maneuver officer. Daniel Pantaleo used on Eric garner meets the definition of a chokehold move. That's been banned by the NYPD for decades dis the NYPD's head of recruit training. He also refuted a big part of Pantaleo defense that it was another move called a seatbelt saying Pantaleo wouldn't have been trained on a seatbelt. Pennsylvania's attorney Stuart London has said not only that Pantaleo didn't use a chokehold. But also that garner was a ticking time bomb, thanks to his obesity and heart problems, the NYPD's chief surgeon agreed with that assertion in an internal report. According to London on also used Garner's words against him saying the fact that he was able to say I can't breathe eleven times was evidence that his airway wasn't blocked Pantaleo been on desk. Do. Since Garner's death in two thousand fourteen the trial could end with Pantaleo losing vacation days or getting fired. If he's convicted Steve burns WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty in Albany state lawmakers due to vote on a Bill that would ban so called ghost guns firearms that are made it Tom with no traceable parts WCBS Puerto rich lamb says the measure did pass the state Senate anelle heads to the assembly Brooklyn state, Senator Kevin Parker's measure would make it illegal to use a three D printer to produce whole guns or gun parts in New York state. We don't want people printing out. Your printer that can't be detected by metal detectors can't be that by some of the other scanning devices, and then using them to commit crimes, you know, on planes, insecure facilities at the UN, you know, any places in a school where we may have a metal detector under Parker's Bill. If you are caught printing out a gun or gun part. You could be locked up for up to a year, rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eighty a bipartisan group of Connecticut. Lawmakers plans to free up five million dollars in state bonding to increase security at houses of worship this comes after a New Haven. Moss was intentionally set on fire over the weekend, you haven mayor Toni harp says they found evidence on site that points to arson sponsors of the legislation say the money will help create a sense of resiliency, and protection it churches, synagogues and mosques across the state. The rise. In Arkansas, outhern jersey has been vandalized on at least ten different occasions in recent months, in some cases, fibre optic and copper communication lines have been cut the vandalism has update TV internet and landline. Phone service for thousands of customers horizons offering a ten thousand dollar reward for information leading to a conviction in some cases, up to twenty four hours for Verizon to repair the damage to the lines and related a man. That's eft Brooklyn, Muslim or two. That's ahead in three minutes. Subscriptions.
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"Officer Daniel Pantaleo disciplinary proceedings with the head of the NYPD recruit training deputy inspector Richard de testifying at the restraint technique Pantaleo used on Eric garner meets the definition of chokehold choke been banned by the NYPD since nineteen Ninety-three Pantaleo is attorney Stuart London claims. It wasn't a chokehold, but another maneuver called a seatbelt and that garner died as a result of his own health problems. London also says he has an internal report from the NYPD's chief surgeon who came to that same conclusion de counter Pantaleo never would have been trained on the seat belt. If Pantaleo is convicted he faces a punishment of anything from a loss of AK days to getting fired. The final decision will be made by police Commissioner James O'Neill, Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eighty Verizon has announced a ten thousand dollar reward. For information on the vandal who has been severing its fiber optic and copper lines in south jersey there. Been at least ten attacks in recent months disrupting TV internet and landline phone service for thousands of customers. For is says, the vandal must have some knowledge of the systems and infrastructure, in some cases, it took variety up to twenty four hours to repair the damage, the New York state Senate has passed a Bill that would outlaw ghost guns untraceable guns made with three d printers. Brooklyn state Senator Kevin Parker says his measure addresses, the reality that whole guns and parts of guns. Can now be produced on three D printers. The problem is that many of these guys become undetectable. The possibility that you could when he's gone. Airport get on a plane and a disaster the Senator adding we wanna make sure that we are moving law along with the technology and to make sure that we band was called ghost guns. These guns that undetectable. Senator Parker says his measure would make it illegal to three d print a gun or gun parts and anyone caught doing. So in convicted could get a year behind bars, rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty WCBS news time seven twelve. Time..
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"Of NYPD officer. Daniel Pantaleo got underway today attorney Jonathan fold you're quoted from the autopsy report explaining that any illegal chokehold started a lethal cascade that ended Eric Garner's life. But defense attorney Stu London took the autopsy report, and tore it up then tore into its findings saying officer Daniel Pantaleo did not use a chokehold and other health factors contributed to Garner's death. Garner's mother going cars spoke to supporters during a break. Five years five years. We've been on the front nine try to get Justice. She left the hearing room twice to compose herself. But returned as Ramsey Orta. The man who took the video of the confrontation testified. Juliet Papa ten ten wins. News time four four. Wins. News time four forty five from the WFAN sports desk. Here's John minko or the gates will open at five o'clock with the expectation of trying to play baseball weather permitting. Yanked Orioles are scheduled for the stadium tonight. Louis that's what makes the start against David psyche to from the race over the weekend of Florida now center fielder, Aaron Hicks, the strain left lower back. He was activated from the injured list today. Michael Tuchman sent the triple X hurt his back during practice March. I will be playing into first game after getting that seven year seventy million dollar contract extension back in February. And the Yanks certainly will be hoping to get the version of they saw last year career highs with twenty seven home runs and seventy nine RBI hitting two forty eight. He's in the starting lineup if they play and will lead off the Mets are in Washington. Open the series tomorrow new head coach at Cleveland Cavaliers has John beeline leaves a most successful college program in a career to join the NBA lease Michigan nine NCAA tournament. Appearances to four appearances reached the national championship game both times too. Big ten regular season championships and two big ten tournament titles..
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"Daniel Pantaleo will undergo a disciplinary trial this week five years after the death of Eric garner will be prosecuted by the civilian complaint review board Pantaleo lawyers argue he put garner in a seatbelt maneuver, not a chokehold to governor Cuomo signed legislation that expands the number of speed cameras in the city school zones. The program will go from roughly one hundred sixty school zones to about seven hundred fifty over the next two to three years and three a fire broke out at a mosque in New Haven this afternoon. It's now under control no reports of any injuries. Officials say the fire was mostly contained to the parts of the building which are under construction. It's located on Middleton avenue. The cause of the fire. Not yet known. Six seventeen at WCBS a five year old girl fell into a fire pit over the weekend. She suffered severe burns and had to be medevac. Police in demerist Bergen county say the five year old girl has been stabilized. But have no other word on her condition at this point. They say they got a call at around four thirty Saturday afternoon for a child with critical burns. They arrived in found the girl with second and third degree burns on her face and arms. Police say she tripped and fell into a firepit responding EMS workers decided her injuries were so severe that. She should be flown by helicopter to a hospital a med evac landed a nearby school field, and she was taken to Saint Barnabas hospital in Livingston Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty a school violence prevention programs started by parents whose children were killed in the twenty twelve sandy hook school massacre. They're receiving a twenty five thousand dollar donation..
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"So today March four years to the day since the death of Eric garner and the NYPD says it is ready to go after the officers involved in the case if the Justice department doesn't act soon Sean Adams he is on Staten Island with our update initially the NYPD deferred to the Justice department and the air Garner investigation four years later, patience is thin the NYPD has given a deadline August thirty first after that it will move ahead with disciplinary proceedings with or without action by the Justice department a grand jury did not indict police officer Daniel Pantaleo four years ago here on bay street Eric, garner resisted arrest video shows police wrestling him to the ground officer Pantaleo appears to use a prohibited chokehold garner. Repeated I can't breathe you went into cardiac arrest. Disciplinary proceedings would be held for officer Pantaleo and sergeant Kizzie. Donnas who was supervising the scene the PBA says officer Pantaleo is entitled to due process, and eventually will be vindicated on Staten Island Sean Adams WCBS NewsRadio eighty twenty three people, are recovering after a terrifying moment in the volcano. Country in Hawaii, CBS news correspondent Anne-Marie green says molten, rock smashed, through the roof of a sightseeing boat the. Boat, was taking tourists to watch lava flow into the ocean The. Boat was about two hundred and fifty yards from. The coast explosions can happen when. The two thousand. Degree lava hits. The much colder seawater the. Flying lava left a big hole in the boats roof one woman is in serious condition with. A broken thighbone one boat captain says not running the tours would only withhold income from.
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"Two the NYPD said. Today it's going to allow disciplinary proceedings against patrolman Daniel Pantaleo who was accused in the chokehold death of. Eric garner said to be running out. Of patience with the indecision on federal, authorities part. On whether to bring a criminal cases Garner's, mother Gwendolyn car says it's been four painful years that she's been fighting but there's still no. Justice July seventeenth, is the fourth of Garner's Jeff he was. Arrested by officer Daniel Pantaleo I selling loose cigarettes on Staten, Island Pantaleo allegedly used a chokehold Gardner was heard on video saying I can't. Breathe eleven times Gwendolyn courses she wants officer Pantaleo fired we want it done swiftly we don't want. Politics to play a part in this Justice peace. And all of, the officers with Pantaleo who lied to cover up the alleged crime should be fired too Carol, d'auria ten ten wins at the national Action network headquarters in Harlem and. In a statement today the policemen's benevolent association, president Patrick Lynch said in part, we agree that the Justice. Department's leadership should move to close police, officer. Pantaleo case and put an. End to what's been a highly irregular fishing expedition. By those seeking seeking a diamond at all cost wins news, time eleven twenty four those in your. Sixteen year old Justin Richard. Devastated by his loss fatally. Beaten and shot yesterday police sources that happened during apparently a brutal gang related attack near his home in east New York when it. Snowed here Justin Ritchie would show, up. Shovel, in hand, that's how we doing here Gemma having a tough time, dealing with the teams murder the. Day after he, turned sixteen beaten then shot to death outside the Bodega here on the corner of pine street in Blake avenue Mike, says he knew Ritchie for years, tutored him in l. Gibran you know he was like the neighborhoods kid. You're gonna see a lot, of people walking around crying, heads down and police believe, this killing may have been retaliation Richie's brother is alleged to be a member of the Crips his attackers are bloods Al Jones ten ten wins.
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"In washington square park wins news time one twenty three there appears to be more controversy surrounding the garner case sources tell the new york times that federal civil rights prosecutors have recommended criminal charges against the officer who used a chokehold to subdue garner but they say justice department officials have expressed strong reservations about moving forward according to the sources deputy attorney general rod rosenstein has held several meetings on the matter in recent weeks and no decision has been made attorney general jeff sessions is also said to have been briefed on this case garner died four years ago on staten island after being put in that chokehold by nypd officer daniel pantaleo he was trying to arrest him for selling loose cigarettes a state brand jury previously declined to bring charges suffolk county police say four people including two police officers were hurt in a fiery crash this morning it happened on sunrise highway and patchy fog by say nineteen year old woman was behind the wheel of an suv that rear ended a truck which then dragged her vehicle for about a quarter mile and it caught fire highway patrol captain patrick may hand says two officers and a good samaritan rescued the team was very it was very challenging rescue the car was crushed certain portions it was a fire in the inside of the car they have a hard time extricating the women's able to get her out of the task job mercedes ramos is listed in serious condition the others suffered minor burns and.